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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LETIIBRIDGK -OAIIA FRIDAY. >fAY 18, 1917 Several Cases Heard Two Farms Sold at Splendid Fig I'rospecls Good (From On' Ottn Marleod. May In the supreme rourl In Ibe rase ot L. AUIf. asi the town ot CLaresTiolul. Tor dsm water in Ills property, to the ounl ot whlcb he claimed was from ihe l ol a water roalu. ihe Famine Prices for Wheat A reccul artlrle O.r.nv (putioD jwssiMlUy of-a w taiuinc toll owing the world war. may be proOlaltle to make sooio iuves- tigailon fnlo ihe 'qwsilou whellier a state bl fauiiue does not already ex- ist. It is a common error to JSUPIHISO ihat there can be uu siaip of laurine witlj- liroiiarlton human labor _______lo the cost of a bushel ot wheat U is Uartl 10 determine, luvestlgntlohs at-1 JMM trlil I and out bread other physical As a miiiuv- of rai'i, and soup kitchen? do nol riculiuro of that the In that province in by the lleyartweni of As- acre o( wheat J7.S1. This, bowever. lucludcs anlmat. _ Hue snJ sie.tm labor as well us liu- is. aim labcr- The average- wheat croi> of" huu-H'tr acre lu for tbe lasl six years lias beeu SO bushels. It U therefore1 that with lalior lawn was able In stow tlie court that the properly was slluatr lu tlie uaiur I (law ol trouni) examined Judge SroU reserved deci clou to look over Ibe evidence. In Ite case of KerguscQ vs Ibe King, accused asked to be tried a and the examination occu- plfi the greater or two days, the case being given to tlie jury Thursday KfteroooD. who were out only. a few minutes and returned a verdict at KM Eiiilly. Slater vs Ferrule. This the' lualns of 'one cl the boom day land. The balance of payment of 000 was in arrears. After Uearms.the case tlie judge ordered an accounting from both sides; alter which-hls. hon- l give judgment Cutting Ihe Is the popular bear any relation TO the vorltl's sup- ply ot food, or ovoa to the toot! re- o[ the cily or coumrv which Is obliged to mlopt sutrh weans (o ived a portion ot Us population. Soup VUch- ens are an evideuco of scarclij of em- ploy mem than scarcity ot food, f'surfacc water IromThe land and ihe war lias brouglit aboat a sii- several Vilucsses were uatiou iu Lhe labor world fes rcniart- able as that which preraila m :hc tcr of food supplier, and one., the surfacp. to neutralize ilie other. Scarcity o( tood lias (orccd ihe price to levels unknown Fine? steam trans par latlon maSe the resources ot cne couniry quickly availnblo 10 an- other, bu1. scarcity ot labor, and ihe impetus given to business by war ex- penditures. Lave ruaje lor ihe masses, as the price. The general pros peri ty'vwVich enables the public- lo pay hish-p'rloes fpr food Vhould DOL be allowed'to" (Hssuisc tbo tbcl that prices-are.High. 'Abnor- mally hlph; that high prices are an evidence of scarcity, and tVat scarcity, unless relieved, spells fatqlne. li'must be wheat at dollars a bushel no more food Value than wheat at one Oollar a bush- el. The increae. in price to competilive'buj'liiu in which Ihe fam- ily thai has two dollars yilh .wBk'li (o bjy a bushel of wheat sets the 'svheat and the family unable to pay tivo dol- lars a bushel must do without. And nu increase in price, lioirever great, can possibly provide ennugh wheat (or boil classes ot families, excepl by (he ancient and slow process or eucaurag- lag greater production from tho soil. The fact is, that lo ihe family cannot afford to buy-flour at 55 and moro per hunJredKeight, a state ol famine already eiislp. Jn normal times, ilie price of wheat bears a direct relationship to the cost ol produclion- This relationslnp may be lost stghl ot owing to tbe [act that operations are- apparent only when viewed ovey period of years, but it .is fundamental Lhe farmer rinds wheat fields unprout able he gradually reorganizes his duction In such a. way Lhat his and hts Isnd can be made to give of. Inose who hafe any Lo cut. Tbe first cutting was done ilay; Pth. AVhcn they are nol busy .wiili Ihclr lawns, the back yard nrden call? lor help, and many will fiod it a great source of pleasure, as vrcll as a ulacc later on where (hey can uict iheir own TegeLables, anrl grow enough for win- ter uic at the same time. i Sells Hit Farm Kred Garrow. lives north ol Macleod, sold his farm of two and a half sections of land and has gone to New York state to live. D. XclEOnr.iri' the same district, has jusl sold his-large farm, including his slort of horses and callle. Thl5_ig B sale that totals up toxnearly 000.00. Mr. XelEon Is not sure that he lire act! be idle. John Duhlclt, the noled motor car expert, has sold out, his Maclcod, arid is opening up a garage in Cardslon. During the supreme court many visitors were in Mackod from the north towns, and country. They al) fell Ihe same sloiv of Ihe jreat crop that Is coming from the present U Does (tie uiatkf answer, (r! lion anil the selling vrtcc of whcul liwmp llalonx club, alter a mountain fahifue exist? Let page of your dally (uner uswer, Aclual waut IU those coun- !es IL surplus of food not to te auue'li'iU'J, wattt (hero must be. and alrc-sdi Is. in lUAny parts ot tUo world. In llio meatillme. buth huiuanlUrtinlsm aud stlf In- terest point the coun-e to Iho land. The world be fed, U U willing to pay fabulous prices for food. Aud iLo JanJ awaits the jnd power at Iho urive prevjiillng iu 1311 Ihe labor ana power cost ot pro- bushel of wlieai iu Sas- Is 39 cents a bushel. or% practically two-thirds of Iho total) wst of production. How much bas that cost been In- oascJ Ihe war? The- Canadian Department or Agriculture fills to. find any Increase whatever In the cosl of'farm labor In Saskilchewnn from Ihe years 19M lo lu 1MJ Ihe average ycarlv wage for male help in Saskatchewan was aud in 1915 it was 53SG.OC. Tbero have, however, been sharp In Ibe years and 1517. out It would be a generous allowance lo that the cost of labor and power required to produce a bushel of wheat has increased sfl.p'er cent. This would make' the present cost' of production approximately 'eljlity, cents a bushel. Hut tfic present, selling price In Sas- katchewan is over iier bushel! By the laws to which reference has alrcadv been made, (his stale of fairs must cvcniually correct itself. XVheat produclion vfill Increase until WALE (From Our Own Corrcsron.lenn Coalilale. ilav S. Pike and Irs. Pike of Iron Springs, (were visi- tors at the parsonage last iveek on their return from the district meellug In Lelhbrfdge. Mrs. S. A. l.lndblad returued on Monday from Duluili, where she hns been medical (reatuieht for several cuoulhs'pasl. She Is consid- erably Improved 'in health. J. K. Perry has disposed of bis Ford car and, lias secured _a new Chevrolet A rather serious accident ..was sus (aiueda few days ago by second son of, 'Peter, La vatic, of Cnnifron field. A team'of ponies which ha was rfrlriitE from Injuries nbout the iirtcon the selling jirice of a bushel of wheat iscious for several hours. He however, iho naute lu (ho SjUuds, Your correspondent IB not ti format of the slgitlAcance of the itanie, yiirpose, films, objects, etc.. of Ihe orgaiilzullou. hut believes IIiaMLo o will not be 'ucflcctcd. club made Its Jebul on Fri- day evening wheu Us members tuter- lafned ihflr friends at The hall was dcooralcd with tbo club col- ors purple nuil xoliC lu which Hie club lauio featured itroiuluoiilly. Tracllc- nlly all the younj; people of tho dls rlcl were pfpscut. us veil as a large uuuibcr from l.ethbrlJgo, itiioug whom vhere Misses Bessie LUtle, Helen and Dorolliy lUchmdson. Young. Swlizer, Gallesple. lltruls and AlqCaaxbly Messrs. Moore, Allau. Muir. Alrd. UvIUEstone. Macbclh, Lund anil Hyssop. Da.nly re- freshments were served at otldnfght anil dancing continued an hour, it (he future of club Is (o be determined by Prlday ulgh't, It again prcseuis a reasonable relation- ship to the cosi of jrowiog U. For- tunately iliere Is still plenty of un- occupteU laud to be applied lo that purpose. In Manitoba. SssK'atclie- an and Alberta alone Ihwe arc acres ol lacd suitable for ag- ricuUural purposes (Canadian Gov- ernment return. ol icli.ch loss .han acres were under crop n .1316- If ooJj1 half of the arable area-ln these provinces ivcre prwTuc- ng wheat it would supply Ihref times as is now gro'R-n vln e ol the United Slates. .This for most part, available lor settlement on lerms within the reach of Ihe ordinary even with rap.Vly increasing EtttlemeuL, the breach between Lhe cost of produc- contiiiions of Ibe weather, soil and, grealer return. This may be accom- sown. v plisried by going more eitensively into fodder crops, livestock, dairying, elc. ESCAPE IN Fernie Workman Fallsjnto the River But Geis Safely Out' (Special to tie Heraldt Feniie, Maj- is superintending the rcnioral ot tie Fsrey Creek bridge wrecH, prepar- atory to erecting a new one in its place, had an eiclling eiperience yes- terday when a portion of the old struc- ture fell into the creek taking with H a "Russian Trho could not get off Lhe falling timbers in lime to escape a duelling. He went" under when he "atruck the foaming torrent but struck of the fallen timbers which had a drift bolt projecting from it and grab- blng H he hung on and went itream. Mr. McDougall slarLed lo lawn at once in his motor car ip secure grap- tackle and assistance to drag fpr Lhe lost man. OP Tits way in TIB iret the" Russian coming to the bridge, 'he having succeeded In making a safe landing some distance down stream, H was'a joyous meeting rzzn 735 taken lo camp auci received! warm clothing and is now al work wllh his Death of Prominent Lady Tie funeral of Mrs. Ijncaater, 'ct Wm. Lanc-aslcr, look' place loda> from the .MeLbwllst church. The charch was crowded lo the doors, the Rebekah Sisters and.Ihe I. 0.'0. F, i being put in large numbers Bey. Mr. Cafr, of Knoi church, con ductwl the services In tbe absence o Pastor Perley, who Is aUendirig con at Vlcloria. Mrs. Lancaste wig 42 years and seyea rrjonthE o! ag and of the best itnbww ladie .'of Femle. She came" from Englan with her family several years ago. Al William LancaaLer is orcnnan at Creek and he and his wife have al- ways been foremost In (he rwrtorm- ance of good .works. She leaves a large circle of .warm friends who sym- pathize with (he bereaved husband and sisters TOO will miss Iho loving care of a faltMul wife and mother. The floral emblems from covered the casket and a very concourse of people followed Lhe re to Its last resrfng Or ihe same effect may be obtained by an exodus from ihe farms to the cities, such as is frequently nolcd and lamented during periods ot low prices for farm At any rate, the economic law is not mocked, and th? relative production falls off during a eriod of years until the resullanl hortace causes an advance In wheat rices and the reverse process ill. This fs Hie fundamental law govern Gg farm prices and production under armal conditions, but Lhe inrestiga- or into the present state of affairs will search'In rain for eridence of its peralion. In a country lite Western anatJa, for example, Lbe of wheat reduction under normal conditions 35 been delrrnnlned at approximately ixty cenls a busliel. A price which will allow a moderate profit on tha1 osl is, therefore, a normal price. The igh price of Xo. 1 Northern wheat tQ Western Canada in tbe month of Apti or six years previous t% Lhe'outbreak f averaged per busheVFort Villiam figure bearing a very irect relalionsnip la Lhe cost of pro- uction. But In April of Ihe first ear alter the outbreak of war the irice jumped to Trhirh ears no relationship whatever to the cost of producLlonJand at the present writing it is over 52.25. It mast be s rid cat that another factor distinct from the cost of production, lias lie- come a determining Influence on the price of wheat. That factor Is (be spectre of world shortage which, i ng lo the length of time lo bring additional land- under ruUlva- jon. cannot he Immediately counter- acted by Increased produclion. U may be argued that, simultaneous ly with this great Increase in the. price of wheat has come an increase In Ihe coal of production. This Is true, imt the increase Is by no means propor- tionate. The only serious increase in the cost of production has been; the human labor factor. There have been some increases In Ihe cost of equip- ment, but this, dlslrlbuleJ over the period'of years which comprises the. life of equipment would show an effect on 'Lhe cost of production so have also been some Increases In the cost of mechanical In Lhe incidental ei pen ECS ol Lht farm. There ag yet been Increase In the Appetite Finicky and Fussy? it-with a light, nutritious food that helps you to shake off the shackles of a Winter diet. Eat Shredded Wheat Bis- cuit with berries and cream or milk. Two or three Bis- cuits with fruits and green vegetables make a nourish- ing, satisfying meal at a cost of a few cents. Rcady- kitcKen worry, Made in Canada.' ---V SASKATCHEWAN FRAUD PROSE. Reglna, Sast., May the re- quest of counsel for Llcul.-Col. J. K, .Jlradshaw, Hie Wet more com- in 133 ion adjourned this af lemon to June .5 lo Uhc evidence on Ihe Sas- katoon bridge charges, Tlie cornmls- Eton wjjl meet asain nexl Thursday, 'however, lo discus's (Tic eFfccl of ihe resolution passed Tiy the late legls- covering Ihe powers of ihe body. The resiolullon set rorlli that from the Saahaloon bridge and other matters-Ujforuwhlch Inquiry had been 'bCgUD and not concluded, the take up Investiga- tions only 'when charge3 of actual j'rtutl were by counsel 'for Col- cnel, OW- An fckctrtaUfy chirked on t wigpn for re moral to. where II may heeded, baa ftirented ID .Argentina for.ffhofettle desLraclton of cost of the land Itself, although Lhe tendency In that direction now well marked. Bui ,thc principal Increase has been In human labor. Tlic -Ladies WILL HAVE CHARGJEO KEITH'S STORE On SATURDAY May 19th' IN THE AFTEHNOON THERE WILL BE A-SALE OF COOKING TEA WILL BE L" k ptrctntage of the of tht afternoon tea wILI be glv- en (o Ihe. Hen" BUTTER cost cut in half by usini more CROWN BRAND At present prices it payi lo eat' less butter and more Crown Syrup. In 2, S, 10 fat 20 I'm, so "Perfect Setl" Quirt 1m. 'Writ, lor tttt CANADA STARCH CO. UWtTtO, LIST INDIANS FOR WAR DUTY Helena, MoLt, bu come from ot War Baker to register the Indian's: on Montana reser- vations for -war 'duly It is believed there are enough In of (he proper age aiid physique to form s eral rcgimeuls. RAILWAY HEADS FltalMAL Ottawa, May railway Interests are very Ilio fnyjl In Ottawa at prewot. .Visitors Included Uaron Sbaugbuessy and E. W. fleaUlc; or the Canadian Pacific, and Sir Wil- liam Mackenzie iiiid.a rellime, of tbij Canadian, Northern; while Clialriuau Smlthers, of the Grand Trunk, has ar> rived ou side of ihe Capadltit Pacific U an Interesleit .outsider. Wlille a decision la ei'pecled ehortly. the' government's railway policies, H undprilood, have not There has been 'no opportunity to slQii's Sir RolwH Bordei rclurued. V. amend- ment, "esplouago bill proposed by Senator Thomas to suspend exchanges and board of trade dealing! In fulur.ec In foodstuffs Uurlng.triQ war was rejected today by the senate lo --f.l as recovered, froru ttic- Mrs. H.'J. and children are teitJng for iVetfroek at Commerce ith her sister. Mr. and Mrs. John, pass inoiorcd lo algary on' Saturday, returning on 'uesday. t-' Mother's Day was fittingly ohserv-l d In our church service on Sunday. 'he pastor preached a syllable ser- mon and aL ihe conclusion of Lhe ad- ress rendered "Mother's both of which-, were appreciated y a good Mzed coiigrcgaUoiL Sunday. :-May 27 will Wbbservcd ere as U.F.A. Sunday, flcf. J. M. airycett will ureach to the members T (he U.F.A. and their'friends on fhnt ccasion. Special'-music will be pro- ided for, the Decision. The officers f. Lhe U.F.A. are "desirous-of seeing a arge audience at (hat service. Every- ne Is cordially to Ihe school May S p.m. Coaldale's lastesl announcement Is nat of the organization of a young adies1 Hawaiian club, bearing tho 'Wear longer ordinary rubbjbrrjbeels; because -MLSL Unusual Biscuit Unusually crap ind, tender, they inetf in tfe'opufth. BOOB overdone Cf icocched. Unusually 10 than many fancy Ummul in striped Uomual IB price. With dessert and light re- freshments our COCOAIfUT WAFERS arc simply IfMtk-Vest Biscut Co., Lmifed CBMOITT011 B BIIH I K J SENIJ A MAN! tt'i J and you ring US YOUR GFiQCERY LIST And Let Us Show You Our Goods and Our Prices Thai's fair. All is for ydu lo ttrmg iu yuiirgrocecy.-Hjjt and'let us show you oil aiid our kuinv we have ihe best quality; we know >vV have fair, honest prices, aiul will find thai- rim-good groceries costno more Uianothers.aKk fop inferior grades. New Cabbage 15c Oranges, fancy navel Sunkitt, 35e, 40c and -Lemons, large quart buketi 5 Ibs. for......... fancy Cauliflowers, to arrive Mead Lettuce e ........r- Leaf j 45c 30c V 25c nd 3Sc HOC 2 for 25c 35c IDc Green Onjons, 3 for...... Rjdlsho, 3 bunehea for 25c Grape Fruit and I5c Tomatoes, fancy hot houM, Ib..........40c New Potatoes, Ib. New Carrots, New Beeti, Cabbage, Green Beans. Asparagus, per 20c Parsnip's, 6 Ibs. Celery, per Ib, ...I.................... 15c Carrots, 6 Ibs. for....................25c a Ibs, far Onions, 3 Ibs, for .....................25c I b........................ ISc Devil fed Ham, pure, 2 tins Coffee and Milk, Consented, tin 35o, Evaporated Lcganbfrrl'es, 25c celflcted In bulk, pint 30c Wliccniln Brick, per Ib. 4Bc biilk, 2fe Dromedary, .1Sc 20 OK. tin Hygiene, 20 or. tin ...........26o Silicon, 2 tins for............ Grape FruUConterye, 20. oz. glaii Jar, each 40c Lfmfia, a select combination of J Frulf, Orangti, Lemons and Syrup of FIQS, Pint sealer, each......'..'.., 40c Qingcr Marmalade Pineapple Marmalade 35c Sardlnei, King Otcar, 2 tint for Peat, 11 all an, extra fine 30c PeaV Italian, fine 25c Montserrat ...............tOe Herringi In 10 oz. I5c Ammonia Powder, on tale this weik, 2, 2Sc Chicory, Taytor's, per Ib............... 2M Powdered Balhbrlch, per tin 10c Brooms, regular 70cr On sale Me Blicuits, Christie's mixed. On this week, per Ib, 30c Onion Sfttt, Yellow Dutch, 25c Kerr's per 45c Coffee, eur-Jdea! Blend, freih ground or bean, 3 for Coffee, Mocha and Java blend, Ib. Rice, ffcncy Japany Ibe. for t... 2 Lemonade per tin............ 1 (BUto, the 15c Macaroni, Spaghetti and Vermicelli, per package Pickles, pint ........._. 20c 2 tint 45c Corn and 2 Peas, per tin .f P.ineappje, Gold or Ltbby'i 20o and 25c No. 1 tin, 22c Frull Cake, 40c PeanuC'Butter, advanced tn price, Buy now at the old price, Jrlceulf, Rjce Flakes, Wheni Flakes and Wheat per pkg, Drlnket, A new beverage, per .tin Corn Bin 2 Juice............. 25c, 50c arid 35c Hominy, pearl, pcr'pkg. 1M Vinegar, Holbrobk'a .Engflih MaH, On Sale fhli 25c GEQ. KERR COMPANY Family and Provision cs i J53 ;