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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE n.VUA'.ITfiRALT) November S. f 1 I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1W7 Published by the Lethbriiji HeraM Printing Co., ltd., every >avt ful evening it Its office, Sixth Street, Alterti, Canaoi Report A-d NtV 1224 W. A." BUCHANAN JOHN TORRANCS 0iUtreii Manager Adverlltlnj C! real alien And JcS QeparlnteMi 1252 OAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year delivered 1 by taall..... S moitbs, delivered months, by nail 3 months, delivered Ji.OO 3 months, mall I month, delivered. SSs. as olten 1 niontb, Seiirtd, but both ntw 3.00 75c Jit. THE DAILY HERALO FOR SALE AT Rod Cross Cms Taber-rWestlate Bros. Vancouver Wide WorU News Co.; N'ews Shop, 415 Granwell Street....... News Co, River Slie Avenue. Gnsiy Laka Hotel. .Co- htn Nevrs Aseacy. Book aad Kens Store. 109A Sth Ave. New a Co.. Plnchtr Station Reid. St. News Co. Knot dea. News Co. Lethbrltfg 4 Book Store; J. 0. Rob- ertson Co.; Jackson Co.; Aleiacdra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kens? Lethbriiise Hotel Cigar SUad; Empress U'Jf- fet Lunch. Diamond D'Aro. Medlclno Hat AsjintbolJ Hotel. D, Ferguson.x 4 Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrcok Book Company. News Company. Ptncher McCrea: Miieioli Urus Co. our luniu1 markets ;uv being extensively [xilroitiml by the Am-1 erkan-buyers." r The eiVeet of the new larilT was brought sUu-llinylv tibinc to) i dwellers along llie boundary 011 day. The joy of Ihe day was marred in many ij household by llie absence, of lhe usual Thanksgiving turkey ujiou the table. Al Windsor turkeys could nol.be1 procured for love or money. They had all been j bought up before.liahd by United Stalcs'merchanis for lhe'iuiiigry mouth of Detroit where they brought high prices, and the Ctm- adian consumer hud'Jo ilo -s I Instances of Ihe'kind which pQrlrud an increase in tlwal- i ready high cost of living from n one-sided reduction in laritl' may tie found in connection with many oilier classes of food stutfs. The'bordcr cheese and linlter factories tire already beginning to suffer from ilic "effects of the new tariff. The effect here is somewhat peculiar and in no ease possibly are the relative advan- tages of reciprocity and Ihe new American Itirin" from ;i Canadian standpoint more clearly ninnifcslcd than in the dairy industry. Under the new (aril! milk and cream enter the United Stales free. On biiller there is a lax of two and a half cents a pound j land on cheese a lax of twenty per ccnl. Ihidijrjlhe IKW taril! large quantities o.f.miik and cream are being stripped from .On- I tario and Quebec for the simple reason that it is move profitable j lo ship the imlaxcd "raw product" than Hie taxeirmahufacturcd j i article. Already from Windsor in the west of.Ontario to. King- ston in llie cast this new trade current is selling in. The immed- iate cilecl of the drain upon milk from the Kingston district for j the supply of'lhe American market 1ms been to.'close up local cheese faclorics at an earlier dale than usual. (ipVH.KNMEXT TKIWINAL liLKV ATOR AT PORT ARTHUR, ONT. THE WEEKLY ever? Wednesday In tlslit ofmSi't and cosUJtu smarF of Ihft Hen's of the w 1 year in eek, local epd dl 6 moriths In advance 504 CANADA'S NEW ELEVATOR THE OPENING of the new federal terminal elevator at the ,._ head.of Hie great Jakes is an cvciit.ofjnbre.thanordinary.ia- leresl to the West, and if, the hopes'afc-fulfilled it should assist greatly in facilitating the marketing of llie western .wheat.crop. :Thc elevator is said to be as complete as'il is possible lo get such ;ii building and the conveniences' for the receiving and handling grain are away ahead of any oilier elevator in the world. The' .government is entitled to credit for the step taken, a step which ilias Inc'eridorsalioii'of all 'political parlies, and was built in con- formity lo the demands of western farmers. The Herald trtisls thai lhe. best expectations will be fully realized and thai llie con- gestions which have.paralyzed the: handling of grain by Canadian routes in lhe pasl be fully obviated as a mailer of necessity. Of the inlcrcsls affected wish, lo ship by other routes the llenild no objection. Tfade'isMrddc'and llie-shipping Try one'route- or another does not affect the man selling the grain. Whal he is i.fitercslcd in is that.the market should be product and thai he should receive the highesl possible price for that which he has lo sell. What is desirable however, is that grain being shipped by Canadian routes should be handled with ijthhl promptness and satisfaction which would tend to make llie Canadian way lhe only way. Members of Parliamenl'whose constituencies1 are close lo lhe border predict that the nliimale effect will be.' to i-'lose practically' all the butler and cheese factories along the boundary of Ontario i lhe world and Quebec. They will lind it impossible lo compete will) Ame'ri- j pw Ojl, XDV s _The can buyers of cream and milk, who take lliese'arlicles inio the United Slalcs duly free where all dairy products rule.much high- er than they do on this side. If the finished product could be en- tered duty free coinpelilion -would be impossible. Under reciprocity bullcr and cheese as well as cream anil milk IVIVP entered tlie United Stales market free with an illlltx VtUlllu c nautiu uiu guaiumeti vi uiu interchangc on the. other side. Under lhe arrangement very hltlc I ment the marketing of their of the fiw nroducl would-have crossed lhe border as it .would grain-at the head of the lakes. 1 i r i people's elevator, as it !B know: have been more profitable lo manufacture it. II is believed al Ollawa lhat as a result .'of the new lariff Canada will lie compelled to imporl more bnlter Ihau ever before from Australia and New Zealand. lush cost of living promises to be an imporl- This Is the first government termini! elevator at the head of the lakes, and with a capacity of three and a- quarter million bushels It Is the list word In elevator construction, being the most perfectly equipped elevator in hew Dominion government terminal elevator litre Is now ready and un- der .operation, and It ie taking care of a big proportion of Western Can- hundred'million bushel whe.a'f; crop. It Is the result of a long agltatio.n -by western farmers the guarantee or the govern- ant issue in the east at no far fuiure date. o u E P Q-J. N -T JIanitoba's one million club onghl lo be cheered by the birth of triplets in a Winnipeg home. The. locating iii Lelhbriilge gfva well cold slorage plant" is one, of the essential fiis] movcs'Jq dnclion- of mixed fanning. dividends' 'from the start! Such an industry is bound Icrpay The R'U lo- cally, will'be tli; standard for many years to come. H is absolutely the last word in elevator construction, isitbe.biggest Individual elevator in the hrings Fort Arthur's elevator capacity up to bushels: Ttere Is also a ijig capacity at the sister cily of Fort William. Description of Elevator of .re-lpfprced.'COi cret'ofr throughout At soluieiy no' inflammablo raateHal la included in either building or ma- chinery. The elevator ia operated bj electric power, a separate motor be- ing installed for each machine. ly" cars can Tie Unloaded 'slmulUn the unloading capacity ol the house being-, forty cars per hour i interltx-UIng device connecting Hie! valves of the car hoppers 'prevents any rossibtlity of the mixing.of Iho contenta of one car with another. loading capacity to boats is'sbout bushels per hour, Iml Tor tho first lioiir this can ho cd to bushels. Tie wortlag house lowers to. a height of JSi feet above rcaler level. It contains 7a circular-bins of about "bushels capacity each, 5S Interspaco bins or 3000 bushed, an'ci SG outer space bina of 1500 bushels each. Its total ca- padty is about' bushels. Three and a Quarter'. Mjllioq Bushels houBa' has'fieventy Cir- cular bins, each 24 feet in diameter and 90 feet bush, els' capacity, together with Inter- spaces ot .bushels, each; giving- a total capacity V bushels. Thus the total capacity of lhe elevator In designing especial' pro- vision was made'for a large number of bins of small. capacity for stortug small lots of grain'that may rcqulrq jiepafaie binning.' -Cleaning arid Drying Plant- Tbe vrorklng bouse is equipped with ton hopper scales of 2000 bush- els oath, "with a garner of ntjual ca, over each scale. .TJie elevator less are as follows: five for rvcelv- iug, five for EhipplDg, Rye for clean- Ing, ono for screenings, ono .for dry- Ing, one for O2ts and two for flax. Pifteou of receiving cleaners arc provided for cleaning oata, ivhcat and birlcy, and Pfleen additional cleaners can be- Installed wjicu they are needed. Special machines are also installed for separating oats from 1n addition to screening and two flax separators. Separate Drying Plant At (lie- south side of -the worhint; house a drying plant Is Installed In a separate, building. 'This has a ca- pacity, of iSiODO bushels .per day, and Is for drylcg tough or wet grain and putting each. grain in con dltibii for storage." A revetment wan' is -being built whlcli a half acres. Tho site was formerly cover- ed by water, hut Is now bdng filled in IcveP with the top. otithe revet- ment wall. v around three, sides of tho site, contains aboat thirty-two and .'AND .BETWEEN l'.ti HOME RULE WILL CARRY. ANNOUNCEMENT for the com- ing session gives .little.hope Jo those _who Vwere expecting llial the British government would compromise on the Irish Home Rule bill. The government, probably realizes thai political agitators of a most dangerous stripe have excited a considerable .number of lhe people of-Ulsler, using the cloak of religion; to cover the raising of the passions of and bigotry .for parly ends, but it would be folly lo amend Home Rule bill so .as fo exclude anypne pafrl of affd there is iitlle likelihood iof Mr. Asquith doing so. !f Ireland is to have Home Rule, all Ireland should he included. To do other would be to prolong the slrife and add new elements of disturbance. Ulster Orange- .'inen may listen lo the voice of llie hypocritical piirly capital mongers Tor a while, but time, will-reveal the folly of the stories now poured into Iheir ears.- Mr. Asquith is sufficient of a statesman lo steer a straight and having decided on giv- ing Ireland Home Rule he will steadily advance to that'end so Jong as he has a majority of lhe. House of Commons at his back. There is hut thai in lime Scotland, England and crossing lo lhe coal camps across Die be cfl'eclcd, the radial scheme passes out pf the niylh. class.. Some of the civic candidates would strengthen Ihcir posilion Dy eliminating lhe altacks on the commillce of.biisiness mcn-foi' selecting a'ticket.' They hadiafgcrfejlfright so, and were equally wilhin their rights'in presenting the namcs't'o llie public. Any other committee of citizens have llie same'privilege. Too much grouching.wiil give rise to the s'uggeslionof spur grapes. The Merediths like the pslers arc a dislinguished Canadian family. Two of them are leading judges on the bench of Ontario and another member of the faintly has just been clioscn as presi- dent of the. Bank'of Monlreaj. The Osiers have ,lwo knighls in the family, one former high courl judge and the late U. B. Osier was probably the ablest criminal lawyer Ontario ever.produced. THE GIRL AND THE STYLE. chenille fringe and bead mssem ____ erie and kill plaitlng.-anil fehe'caught A corrfsponilent to the Toronto, frthei's tyo In spite of all. So don't be sufficient task of dealing with great imperial problems. CONSUMER THE ONE SIDED Wilson tariff lo piil up prices in Eastern Canada as a result of the demand from v> United Slates for the prodticls of tlie Canadian farm. In order Id OJt rclain these producls in (his country higher'prices have to he .paid. Canada has no recourse for it musl pay a duly in order lo bring food of any kind inio llie coiinlry from lhe United Slates. Surely conditions being brought about by the Wilson tariff, should establish to all anii-reciprodty people that reciprocity was an ideal agreement. It gave llie producer two markets and the consumer practically a whole continent from which lie could, buy his food without any tariff barriers. According lo a Canadian government official: "The operation of the new tariff is primarily, and almost wholly, responsible for the marked increase in the price of Canadian meal. There is no other esplana- lion. Why, lhe day aflcr Ihe new (arilf wenl inio force lif-al jumped from a dollar lo a dollar and a quarter a hundred in Toronto. His all folly to say Ibal lhe farmer is nol benefiting by the increase. I le may not he alone in if, hut cerlafnly lie is getlins a higher price in the Ameri- can liiarkel. Why should he sell elsewhere? j arc Ihiit for some monllis in anlicipalion of IhcJ passing of liic new. tariff American buyers have been on our mar-, kefs buying all classes of btcf callle for exportation (o the L'nilcd' .Slofes. It'is h simple problem of supply and demand. There may be othcr-faclors huf.lhcy'are certainly subsidiiiry lo llie ap- parent fad that by reason of meal Jjeing free under the new lariir M Crow.'a N'cfit Kxpress 12 Soo-Kpoknno Flyer Soo-Spotiano Flyer Lccal Ef tli, Brule! Ijld-you hear: about Iho scrap of'the. Kilkenny cata? Illl) and mi-cl .in thn municipal arena with :voler6 in every will see fne analogy. Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS FROM DDK TO ........Kootenaj- Landing Medicine Hat .....i..Spokane ........St. 1'aul ........Cranbrook.............. ......15.20 ,11 -Ixical 5C5 .'...............i'.'..'.-..-.1B'1 507 (Alucrsytlfl branch) DEPAUTUKES roil Medicine Hat..................' ..........Koolonay !.indlng ..........SI. I'aiil ..........Medicine Hat ..Cranbrook .Cardston NO. NA.MK 512- Crow.'s Neat Hi'. Nciit KsprefS 1Z Flyer H'.- SooiSpokanu Flyer S12 Local 611" Local DUB TO.UKI'AKT Ixichl Local ;