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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L E T U B R I D G K DA U, Y II B R A I 1) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 ty :h- Lethbrldjl Herald CA, Ltd., every lawful evwlnj at. lt> office, Sixth SL, JOHN Bullnew Manager. W. A. Director PHONE: t-dltorUT, Reporlorlil and Newi Department 1224 PHONB: Tng. Circulation.and Department! 1252 DAltV SUBSCRIPTION RATtS I yeir, delivered f.W t ycir. by mall tt.OO 6 month E. delivered S2.00 6 months, by mill SI. 50 S ueliiersd It. 00 S monthl. by nail 75 I month, delivered .33 1 memo, by mall 25 ArtJresf s as often as dejlred. but both rcw arO old addresses must be given. HERALO FOR Red Cross Brittle- Lake Boot Store; J. G. Co.; Cranbreei ertson i- Co.: Jacison Coaen Co.; Aleaaudra Hotel; Provincial Agency. ple's brug Store; Kenny Leading UoolE end Allln; Lethbrldse Br. Store. 109A Sth Aie. Droj Co. World News Co. Station ITdward -x Olamsni Dr. The Wide Mtdietne Hat Asilalboll Co.; Shop, 445 Granwell World News Co. Kuol- Jamleson Xews D. Hirer Side World Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD "rtb'Jshed every In etshl of inore pwes, and contains a Eiimmary c-I the news c-1 wefik. local and district I leir In 0 months In advince................... SOa Mr. Strongly EtiUbrses Motion for Free Implements When Uio motion to remote the duty ou agricultural .'mplemunU came uv lu the Heafe, W. A. Buch- anan, -M.P., spofce In favor of it. f records Ms speeches declared: reciprocity does not go far enough: It not give you free agricultural Implcmvatr. wait until our rarty lato power and we will lake the duty off. Well, Iho Conservative parly has been In pow- er 1511, and there has not been a rcilm-llou III lie tarirt o( any kind the only expression or opinion on this In favor of the farmers and their question from tho Conservative side dustry- of tho House, has been given by the beM fM (he hmm Prime Minister, nod ho had to ta> o[ ,Ms counlrj- d? uol any taxation to the hon. frleud from West Peterborough (Mr. Insinuated .'.uusl that watt until the Budget lias been bro'Jght down. But thts was not al- ways his cry. Prior to 1911, tie rlfht hon. definitely promised i1 con him, and 1 can tell others, that as soon as he came to power a U-ho nave -that (armers crea winy of the grievances of the o, are ]list'as reprlo of country would he tern- the clche c'an. edied. a member on thlj Eldo ut' the House. 1 am cot preparei to any longer, and so 1 shall eipress'.my opinion tonight. I believe It Is ne- cessity that tint governmeut should "COST OK THE NATIONAL TRANSCONTIN- 'ENTAL UXUER the above'caption the: Gapadiau 'En- engineering "journal "of .v repute, jjuhlishcs ii letter which should read by everj- Canadian inlereslexl in Ihe recent.'finrting-'of the expenses Other items Galelius-kynch-Siaunion Commisiiori, appointed by Ihe Borden'government to the work-of the commission thai.had iu hani-.the.construc- tion of the National.TransoontineriUVRailway. There is no more reason to doubt the acy of Mr. Bravley's figures thjuii'those- of -Mr. Gulelius, former C. P. R. official loaned to the government for the purpose of probing the ad- ministration of the late government, who .says have been squandered. The leHer follows: notice in the daily press, under the lieading of ''Bonded Indebtedness and Annual Interest Charges of Cana'dian an; item for the Notional Transcontinental Railway as fol- lows: "Line, .ydncton to Winnipeg, being constiruct- cd by Dominion government. "Estimated cost guaranteed by gov- crnmenl, f The cost of the. National TraugconlinenUl Railway for constructing and equipping the roatl, outside of fulling stock, from Moncton to 'Winni- peg, will not far exceed ?i Major R. Leonard, commissioner, and Mr. Gordon (Jranf, chief engineer, estimate this'cost to be sijmcwhere around An item ap- peared in another Montreal paper as follows; February National Trmis- coiilinentarRailway and its cost is dealt with in an interim' repori of (he commissioner, Major Leonard; for the nine rrfonlhs of the fiscal year December 31. It was tabled in the House last night. "The total outlay in the nine months and up to the end of the. calendar year the aggregate was this is exclus- ive of interest on capital. "Track-laying was completed on the eastern section on November 17.... There are 1863 miles main line, 20 of double track, and 407.of sid ings. Steel bridges are.95 per cent, .cornplefe'd. "The rest of the; report deals, with contracts awarded during the year for ment and supplies." Tins proves that my statement is correct, as fcmy competent railway engineer knows that should not take more Uisn lo lo complete the road, ready to operate in an clflcieM manner. Any engineer conncctet with Ihe headquarters stuff of the National Trans continental Railway at Ottawa, will affirm tha the cost of construction of this road will not be over and that according to the Na tional Transcontinental Act, the Grand Triml Pacific will only iwvc to pay interest on the act ual cost of the road, which will not exceed SI 60, My reason for drawing-your ultention to tlii iimtler is that I'don'l think it the credit o Canada She wiuj were connected s doing, .with the National Transcontinental Railway, lo advertise, not only in Cannrta but in Europe, thai Yours truly, II. Victor Brayley, A.M. Can. Soc. C.E. Montreal, Que.; March alii. 1914. Certainly there is some difference iu.llic fig- ures of the two geutleiuen. Ce'rlainiy Jilr. Gule- lius' figures have not be riglit. Neither have those of Mr. a qualified engineer, been proven lo be wrong. But lo gain a petty advantage, whafdoes the bo Impressed with the. Importance of at any other niri of ihc pojrala- Uoa. They are not prepared, how-' ever, to tuition to (he man- ufceiurers ot aud that Is what they are compelled to do under Ihts milter, and should he reminded of Its want of concern lor the. Inter- Mis of the farmers ot western '6 US "6 u the 'as U eslita today on agri- C'jllnral implements and on certain hlujs. would like to have little nyra Interest displayed he West have been told tiat; in, ely-1 by' (Heir" tvlwten tma'wftn "ci ng elpresslon to our candid .views I ,n lhu ouesllon. mau nsEloD. ire have been HbeMlng c d d Canada, and harm to tho West.; Wra- nfan a Mi ,rits ,0 In belnj; franV >'tth. retard make living for himself and his fare- o cond.tlons In Canada, and I and, tonight that wo are not lly, he is not facing Ideal conditions. havo the misconception of, today aa We were prior ta-mf.I am not put the responslbil- j ity Le immediately rich; that ho has great ou the Komnrcoiit for bringing crops every year; that he (reta'hi-li nbout IU. condition, hut I do glace! prices. in a veo .horJ ie he Is aWe lo retire the responsibility .on the government [period' of Urn for not having attempted to. Improve.- ,jd'live In me Of the or clt- It. One .of the greatest obstacles ifs. But.wlial are the facts' with now facing the western firmer Is that li .the last t he tas to pay big prices and high freight rates farming imple-: that the farmer I ments, irhen ha knows that on 'on. a. profitable other side ot the line tho same.imple-1 H, rnentg are sold at a much lower "ndusti isiry. great many years ago, In nearly 'iv-1 The agricultural Irniilemeiit Industry j awihe tools of bis In this an old Industry. Afhas to pay a hith tariff on the oth7r necessaries of life. I say thl, gov- ernment Is not trying to do anything ery county In eastern Canada was an agricultural implement 'ory ot some tlnd. but thete factor- Borden government do? H allots pus combined from yeir. aid i .-t-t- ._ June, 1910, a protniiieiit New lumber merchant was granted an policy for fourth annual premium was due He pay auu it on August 26lh, when he the Company oontiiiued tlir insurance in its Automatic provision, the proceedi of tht policy to the aisured's children on" September think whit v.'oultl.havr happened hid the po'iry contained thij sm-inij clau'e. which is all Imperial policies. Insure In the ImpwUI, the Company .that Mfefiurds its IMPERIAL Company of OFFICE TORONTO J. t. Wffit, Disfrict Minajtr, J-etllringe Imfttial Lift faliry t-ntj. in. nr- The National Transcontinental Commission's mding looks like a false start in the wrong dircc- OUK POINT OF VIEW. The suffragettes have taken to trousers. They'll soon he in the right class. o other conclusion than tlial tliey are doiiig ir- rfri reparable damage lo Ihe country's Add lo this the recent flolaliqn vhich rumor slates is to appease Ihc demands of he Canadian'Northern, and some idea of the jolt Canadian credit has been given by .the govern- ment at Ottawa may be have gone dtfwn, so today is not farming Going Spme! I rant to be'frank and hon IT-REFORM leadership is again by our showing of new Spring Narrow; individual- in' Worsteds and fine Saxonys; promise to be the" big 'sellers'. We have them in a. plcraiirig variety of, the spring season's .choicest styles; j "I thffirhiis a'jbject'g Worthy1 or raoris attention than ir as'given: to It by the" Prime .Jlinjitef it might" haTe beea'Vell .bad .he'llnvok- td a- freo and frailt frbm somb p! his own suppprtara, beciuie I kaow that in of theiCon- serrallvo. parly In wesfern' Cinadi there is a very sfroni (eellng In conspiracy In' In- of free agricultural was filed today with tho Prime .Minister..told, uj today IhatVbepartraenl of. Juitice. The petition the reciprocity arrauf'eraent did that the men were Innocent Include free agricultural Implements, and that judge Albert B. Anderson and I knor (t but 1 who presided orer the Federal court like to Inform him that the they were con- vatlve speakers In. going around, my Washington. D.C., March plication for pardon for eighteen of the labor Iwden convicted In the McKelvie MeGuife This is Ihe season when our grandmothers used to regale the whole family on a good bul lardly palatable combination of sulphur, cream f larlar and molasses. Ever take any? THE STARTS I enlng, when jjx. himdrcd 'passcng Winnipeg, .Jlan., JFnrch The from the BmprSss'of Brifoln" and I vangiiara'ot "thl5 year's immigrants j Alannla will detrain.- -The MalorKy. from tho Old Country ami Europe are arc bound for_fac_ polnU In due lo arrive afternoon and ov--'Canada. Mme. Caillatix didn'l know she would stir up such a rumpus when she went after the Paris editor with a gun.. Il must be a great 'thing lo be a Paris editor. Magralh will have ihe sympathy of every town and city in Southern Alberta in the flre loss of yesterday. II serves lo impress again that one of Ihe flrsi needs of any town is an adequate fire fighting system. That French deputy who was attacked by a woman will be able to wire, words of real sym- pathy lo Prtmier Asquith and others of the Bri- tish cabinet who have to run the gauntlet of Die fighting ladies every day. Winston Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, lias introduced a new method of keep- ing ahead of Germany. He will go just one better lhan {lie other fellow, bul if the other fellow doesn't go, he won't. Which is a prelly sane policy considering Drilain's position. The main thing is to be sure lo know whaf Ihe other fellow the Grand Trunk Pacific will have to pay interesl on lhe amount of when the cost of the road will nol exceed The cost is divided approximately as follows: Grading Bridges Shops and terminals............. Knginc lionsos. stnlions and oilier buildings..................., wages and admiiiislraliou Evidence of the value of a stock yards in Lethhridge was amply exemplified in the ship- ment of 13 cars of hogs made by the Swift Com- pany Friday. One thousand porkers were gath- ered from nearly every district tributary to the The travelling expenses of the buyers came out of Ihc price paid lhe farmer, whereas if there had heen a yard here, there would have been no need lo travel in order to assemble Ilie lot, and the farmer would have profiled just the amount that (ravelling cosi. WATCH FOR '-If ;