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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE srx THE LKTHRrunr.R IMII-Y HERAT.n SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910 Great Britain Has Nesd of Her Agri cultural Population LOOKING TO THE UNITED STATES A Western Opinion That Transports- tation and Other Conditions Will Be Such That We Must Look South tor Settlers pive a little Interval for adjustment; the season ot tlio year at which the war terminates will affect tho pro- I cess- and no one ran the date Uf the termination of hostilities, nor osacllv what the nature of the term- imiiion "'ill be. But if it were Iiossi- l-lo to foresee that us soon us trans- portation facilities could be provided there might be an influx ot agricul- turalists, from Europe; or. if it wero to surmise that there might In- an influx of farmers from the Urn- led States, the outlook woulu -X lirighler. For an influx of population would bring requirements for build- Ing materials and machinery and equipment sooner or later in ils train, and additional groceries, etc.. and clothlns won'd, of course, lie wanted from the start of the movement. If tlio facts as stilted in the preced- ing paragraphs are accepted as cor- rect it may be concluded 1. There' will not be 11 very great ttT I 10 OFFER 1HEMH FROM IIU. S. of Market, Intersit and the Cost of Commodities THE FARMER AND THE TARIFF Agriculture Demands Free Trade, But Manufacturing Calls for Pro. CaM for Fair Adjust-ne'it what Is offered, will bo found la many cases to bo remarkably cheap, oven when all duo allowance 19 made, for early frosts In tho mixed farming dis- tricts; for oceasionil drouth In some parts ot the districts tliat nro at pres- ent moro exclusively devotod to gram growing; and for crop damage occa- sionally by rust or other causes; all of these drawbacks, and -many more besides, ho has bocoma familiar with In the United Stoics. For theso nro offset from time to time by phenom- enal crops such as have toon harvest- ed last year and this year in the Lethbrldse district, where 60 bushels of wheat on summer fallowed land was not uncommon in 1915, and 50 bushels this year. 3. He will find the prices for build. ing materials. Implements and ma- v.-iiluery higher tlmn So sas boor, ac- customed to pay. Some of his sup- plies and clothing also. It the differ- ences are not great he will sot those down to the greater distance from producing centres, otherwise he will be puzzled. Ho will find that conditions for getting credit are different from those he has been accustomed to; but that met! of good character are able to ing' community would seem, to Mioso of us who are' neither fnrinom nor nmuufaclurors, to require investiga- tion. Tho HIM lu tho street is miz- zled to know whether tho couniiyu Interest as a whole Is rocclylig ;vst consideration. Our iminufactnrois, who are wise and far-seeing, are tomplating tho sale of a greater part of their productions by export. But1 tho man la tho street reminds himself that our farmers arc our biggest maa- ufaclurors, and that their export busi- ness forms by far the greatest part of their trmle and market. The tannins interest in the West calls for straight free-trade, for they have to sell their products on their merits on the various markets of tho world, and against tho world's vari- ous tariffs. Tho manufacturing in. torost in the East on the other hand. and tho milling interests, call with a potent voice for protection. Tho na- tional and that is the in- terest of the man on the street, your interest and my interest calls for a fair and reasonable adjustment, with due regard to tho fact that unless such adfustment is arrived at, our established agriculturalists will not bo fully successful, and that so much tho less encouragement will be given borrow from the Chartered Banks at will suffer bv the loss of; favorable. It may be argued that the capital community; and the only interpreters That number of workers. neces-! ditions that formerly induced immi- As to markets for live stock, he .will We know that Canada j provided by the daily avocations of prices gradually been increased as are are fintl- lias got'her share of these men in the j our returned soldiers may be made agajnst the ultimate producer, the past; but we must now recognize that [profitable to them- ask for, or hope to get, j It would be unfair to infringe fur- ther on your readers' patience at this ith opportunity by opening a new topic ananv more in the future. The committee points out, farmer. Readjustment of Values But there must come a point of bal- ance in attraction for the movement Tile COIUIUII.ICK PUIUVO UU.1, IT 11." ULJpUl LUUIL.' U] u anCg JTJ miiitUUUll IU1 LUC HHJiaun-.n grave alarm, that Great Britain discussion; but this is important, j of people. In the case of the free ports in normal times four-fifths o- j and it is cognate to the subjects al-1 ]antjs jt comes when their distance her bread-stuffs and one-half of the j ready touched upon. The question is from transportation becomes too meat she uses; besides enormous sup- we baen too long neglect-; great> or waen the reasonable prom- plies of cheese, butter and eggs. ful of our duties to arrivals of fellow-: -se Qf jts Advent seems afar off. This Attention is also directed .by. the citizens in recent years? And must ig the po3itj0tl jn regard to our home- committee to the fact that cultivated j we not seriously consider the impor- stead ,-ands now. lands in England can produce five j tance of such work as is being done cheap lands the ing buyers by "supply and and by the push of salesmen and owners. Incidentally, the question of some of the large and very sparsely popu- lated Indian Reserves, in fertile coun- try, with excellent transportation fa- cilities available, is due to receive attention; for instance there is a Re- serve close to Lethbridge containing acres, with railways on three In the cacs cf ths -aides of its area, the greater part of attraction fades jwhich is spiendjd agricultural "hod. ian is one of essary to look more carefully at should be a protective tariff on wheat, very of assimilating As to the Tariff ThL question of how our tariff LYPSYL FOR YOUR LIPS! The smarting of chapped or wind-cracked lips is hard to bear. Also, they are an unsightly inconvenience you can well avoid. Use Lyps'yl. It's a soothing1, healing toilet dainty that keeps the lips rosy, full colored and a-bloom with health. pretty, fluted nickle it about in purse or pocket. At all druggists. for the Lips, one of the family Vinolia Toilet Preparations. Made in England and in Canada by VJHOLIfl COMPflHY LIMITED Soap Rafters to tbe 'Kins London Paris Toronto has been elected nresi-l E. P. Nesbitt, a well known of the Calgfl'ry Canadian Club. lumberman is dead. ;he general public has had hitherto have been politicians. They have dis- played an ability so to deal with the subject in accordance with the exi- gencies of the situation that at the only time the man on the street is. rec- ogaized, that is during an election, he charmed for the moment into a state of inanity or inanitation. Lethbridge, Alberta, Oct. a, WIG. PAYING OFF MORTGAGES (Grain Growers Guide) A farmer with a ten year mortgage i which has now been running eight: years writes us that he tendered pay- ment in full to the mortgage company, j but that the company declined to ac-; cept the principal until .the.full ten years had expired. According to the. Interest Act" of Canada every mort- jage company, must accept. (full. payment of the liprf-sage after, It has vun'jfd'r f ive, .pay-j ment lis offered ;tokether i with a bonus of three months interest. such payment is refused by the uiort-. gage company, no further interest may be collected. No mortgage com- pany will refuse payment when they, realize that the farmer is aware of. this law. As a matter of fact there Is a con-, siderable difference in the 'practice o' various companies in regard to the payment of mortgage .loans. Some j companies will allow a farmer to pay up his mortgage at any time with a bonus of threa months interest, unless f the prepayment is offered within the j first two years, when six months in- j terest is sometimes asked. Other companies will not accept prepayment 1 until the mortgage has matured., When loans are. being .paid off as a rule less frequently than new loans are beisg made, it would seem a rea- sonable practice on the part of mort-, gage companies to acceptjull payment; The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891. Grain Insurance MR. FARMER PROTECT YOUR YEAR'S WORK. We will Insure your grain In stacks or buildlngi, by the day, week or month, and when sold the pollclei can br cancelled and a refund allowed, insure in an Agency that will be In to look after your interests If a claim It made. Our Agency hat carried on business for over 25 years, and is permanent. ACADIA BUILDING LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1325 fects the welfare of our western farm-at any time with, a reasonable boniis. inroadi _ etc., should be improved for agricul- tural uses? 1 doubt there will be some few E- farmers and farm hands who vi vuiae to Canada anyway; but it readily he seen that il would not supplies and 3. The urice of money. 4. The availability of markets for his grain and his live stock, and the Entirely too many farmers are be- fst of transportation, to these mar- ing enticed into purchases of practi- j !7K P be rf -.otic to conduct any aggressive j stocks that are ped-1 Meeting Settlers' Problems I c, gn for their emigration to Can- i died throughout the country by slick- The average American farmer from ,JB- the Mother Country EO sore-1 travelling salesmen. We have had a-the. Middle West is shrewd, and he iv is them. The present writer. !arEe number of letters in our office fill carefully and critically consider i i to Great Britain in 1903 and i smce harvest time from farmers who "H 'hese points. It is high testimony tonnd farmers compsaining of i fcave purchased stock from travelling: to the. quality of .our Western Cana- tne withdrawal of labor by emigration I or ilave solicited dian lands that he has been willine Canada and on subsequent agents for such stock. Unfortun- i to admit that'as far as production, in 1911, 1912 and farmers spoke- >'ately most of the letters announced; and quality of production are. coa- liitterly of their difficulties in j that tie stock had already baen pur-; cerned, our lands compare very fav- fann hands even at greatly increased: chased and almost invariably the pay-' orably ivith those that he "now farms, ment was given in the form of a note But when he comes to examine points In previous communication (pub- flue some months later. Such cases and 4, he becomes-critical and lished in the Herald of Nov. IStli) the opinion was ventured that very few be are like "locking the door after the i want- to "lie shown." If we can horse has been stolen." We "show and satisfy him, we can of our returning soldiers would be j however been able to save a number of Meel sure we have gained an immi- fc-und who would be desirous of set- j farmersifrom losing money in the pur-! grant who will make a good and con- tiiug down permanently to farm lifij chase of stocks that are almost or! tented citizen. in Canada. Those of whom were i entirely worthless. Agents and their Let us attempt- to answer the en- farmers before the war will be likely i principals' who are selling these use- ouiries that we will make..' to find their way back to the farm; iless stocks are very partial to the I 1. He may not be very deeply con- >by the artisans and -merchants .and note system of payment and often cerned just at first as to bankers will largely settle down grad-jguch notes are sold to "an innocent; because all the time he wiil.Jje asking ually to work as nearly as possible' J" similar to their previous daily avoca- tions, if such work is available. A Place for ths Soldier is such work to be made available, and on a healthy third party" before they fall due for; himself this this. low. payment. In such cases it is pretty j triced land, when'put in'the balance hard for the farmer to avoid pay- j against, all these, Buffi- ment unless he wants to go to and; cient to tip the sca'.e in favor.prray spend, a lot of money in litigation, j bringing my wife and family- and 'my Farmers should be continually on j equipment un here? sound basis? Manufacturers in their guard against traveliins etortj 2. The prices and quality of lands! the East have no doubt been giving, salesmen or in fact against stock in! jf ne Km make careful selection from this matter serious thought, aid have any company. There are a. _ bef-.n considering what the domestic. many safe ways to invest money; but] foreign demands will be after the there are a very few "get rich auick j When in doubt leave your, money in for goods that they can produce. But whatever such demands will be, must consider also, what can br schemes" that ever produce any: the bank or buy Dominion" govern riches except for the agent and the j ment five per ee.ht, war bonds or take company for whom he is selling stock, j out a life insurance policy.Jn a reput- dons to stimulate anil increase should not forget the company or purchase hisli class d-.mestic demand. The task of find- tional Grain stooker company, the municipal stock. .Your will suitable emjiioymcut for the re- Hammond Steelier company. be safe. The Intercut you will vjrned who are not farmers Farmers'Steel and Wire company, the j earn on it will not set rich will a very heavy one. If it is famous'aboatoir company, and scores j quick" rate, out a granted that comparatively few of of other companies whose stock has j lot and save many neart.purns. them will find their .to the farms, been peddled around the country and ONE DAY WE LOST A The Live Ones Are Still With Us. Give us a chance to aervice'-by entrusting your next order in futures to our care. Our new office is in the Empress Block, Ground Floor SHIP YOUR NEXT CAR TO US. Business Worries In our past we find that many merchants, farmers, and well know.n', business men are absolutely ignorant own If your creditors are worrying you. If your affairs are not as they should be. Could not afford Five per ctnL of your to. have adjusted, satisfactory to yourself an4 to your crpdiforsj .spljclted and respected, t ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQUIDATOR, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. British Canadian Trust Co. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Minager and Secretary CO ABEARE BLOCK LETHBHIDGE, AUTAi ffjl PPPM pglfjff ill srfly the problem arises as to how work that the others are fitted for it to be found for them. The labor situation in Western cities was verging on that of crisis for some months previous to the outbreak of tie war. The fcrce) reUn. of tha man will which never returned a cent to the in- vestor. The Guide will gladly look iato the The above the Grain Growers Guide ol Now- 18th. It'will be remembered that President I Allen, stocks of any of these companies I of Raymond, was quoted In.the Herald about our readers will write the other day as saying "Don't buy but it Is to write before tha oil stock or mining stock, the only made lean afttrwarde. kind of stock to bny livestock" FARMS FOR SALE South West HO-o-26, West miles from Ewelme. HounJ, barn stable granary, chicken house. OB acres broken. All fenced.. Good well and creek. South Halt Sec. .30-6-25, West miles from Macleod. 2 Fenced and cross fenced. Clear title. Price North Half Sec. 10-6-26., West miles 8 'miles from 'Standoff. Fenced and cross fenced. 310 acres broken. About 160 acres fall plowing. Shack and granary. Clear title. Price North West 6-7-26, West miles from Macleod, 9 miles from Piegan. Good well, shack and stable. Fenced and croH.feneaA. 80 acres -broken: Clear title. Price North Half 21-8-25, West miles from Macleod. 200 acres in stubble. Small shack and stable. All fenced. Clear Utln. Price J6.000.00 North Bast 26-9-27, West mile from Nolan station. 75 acres in crop. Shack. Stable and shed.. All fenced. Clear title. Price North West J6-9-27, West miles from Nolan. 8 miles from Macleod. 15 acres summer fallowed. 3 acres 38 acres broken. House, barn, granary. All fenced. Qoodvwater. Clear tltlo. Price East Half 36-9-27, West miles from Granum. In stubble. 2-storey house, barn and stable, and granary. Fenced and cross fenced twice. Good well. Clear title. Price SEND FOR OUR LISTS OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE. The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY ALBIRTA Public Administrator and OflleUI V tor the Judicial Dlttrieta of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALOARV WITAtKIWIN Lethbridge office, Bank Commerce W. MaNjetl, ;