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ST. JOHNS HERALD
RELIEF FOR FARMERS
SPECIAL RUSH SERVICE: secured If
yon mention this paper when writing
DIAMONDS AND WATCIIES.
Reduction in Freight Rates is Necessary
IIOHM-ALLEN JEWELRY fiO.
Mfgr. and repairing1. All orders promptly
to Save Agriculture, Says President
attended to. last. i73. I6tn & Champa.
CLEANERS AND DYERS.
Eminently fireproof. American and
European plan. Rntew 81.K0 Pp.
- f dame H cadi mounted
-.-& Far Rue's. Tan and make
i . : -die Purs. Scarfs, Capes,
i etc Ladies and GentV
i&'jr fur Coats made to order:
fart. Heads, etc Write or call for
catalof wanted. JONAS BROS.,
1023-25 Broadway. Denver. Colo
Pianos and player pianos of our own
manufacture of every description.
Free exchange privilege. Lowest
prices, reasonable terms. Write for
a catalog', prices.
THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY
1630 Onllfornln St.
BE AN ELECTRICAL EXPERT
Learn a trade. Be an Automotive
Electrician. 80 of our graduates
piacea in good positions earnintr 530.00
to $50.00 per week. We have more po-
. sitions tnan we can nil. Have connec-
tions with 4,000 firms taking all our
graduates, special rates and terms
Free catalog'. Johnson's Automotive
Trades School, Dept. AZ, 729 Broadway,
The investment of your
surplus funds is not a hit-or-miss
is a definite, established
set of rules to insure the
safety of your principal
with a positive yield of
Just because you live out
of Denver there' is no
reason why you cannot
satisfactorily invest your
money in Standard Muni
cipal Bonds with the help
ful co-operation of our
Mail Investment Depart
ment. Let us indicate your in
- THE NEWTON PLAN
of systematic saving.
Write Dept. G-3.
First National Bank
Pope Block, Pueblo
"Nation Enlttprha uMllthtl In
Colorado Stnet 1 868"
MACHINERY, PIPE, RAILS AND SUPPLIES
We buy and sell. Send us your inquiries.
The Denver Bletnl & Machinery Co,
Offices 13th & Larimer Sts. Warehouse
and yards 1st to 3d on Larimer, Denver.
for your old stove and furnace. All
makes. Ask your dealer.
The J. A. BATTIN STOVE SUPPLY CO,
1641-43 Lawrence St., Denver, Colo.
CREAM WANTED The largest buyers
of "direct from farm to factory" in
the Hocky Mountain region. Write ua
for cans and prices. THE MIDWEST!
CREAMERY CO Denver, Colo. (Men
tion this paper when writing.)
Farmers' Income Averages $465.
Burlington, Vt The average net In
come of the American farmer will be
less than $465 this year, Gray Silver
of Washington, D. C, representing- tha
American Farm Bureau Federation
said in an address at the annual meet
ing of the Vermont Farm Bureau Fed
eration here. He declared that tha
national organization, with 1,500,000
members, 2,000 county organizations
and many thousands of community
centers representing more than 80r
000,000,000 invested, was now In tha
"throes of distress."
Gen. Wood Remains in Philippines.
Washington. Maj. Gen. Leonard
Wood, governor general of the Philip
pine islands, has decided to remain, at
his present post and not to accept tha
offer made by the University of Penn
sylvania to be the provost of that In
stitution, according to Information re
ceived here by administration officials.
War Department officials declined to
make formal announcement of General
SALIENT POINTS IN MESSAGE.
The recommendations of Presi
dent Hardingr in his message to Con
Steps must be taken to prevent
Announcement that a conference
of governors would be called here
to discuss prohibition enforcement.
Greater credit facilities for agri
culture and live stock interests.
Abolition of the railroad board
and substitution of a labor division
of the interstate commerce with
power to enforce its decisions.
Pooling of freight cars.
The merger of railroad lines.
Adoption of a constitutional
amendment to abolish child labor.
Adoption of a constitutional
amendment to restrict the issuance
of tax-exempt securities.
Approval of a proposal for the
survey of a plan to draft all re
sources of the country, human and
material, for national defense.
Attention to the super-power sur
vey of the eastern industrial region.
Registration of immigrant aliens
and establishment of immigration
boards abroad to bar undesirables.
Extension of reclamation and irri
Conservation of forests.
Attention to the wide difference
between the cost of production and
Creation of a central agency to
aid railroads financing.
TO ENFORCE DRY LAW.
Chief Executive Says Conditions
Enforcement Savor of Nation
Washington. President Harding, in
his annual message, delivered to Con
gress In person, deals with nearly a
score of subjects, chief among them
prohibition, farm credits, the transpor
tation problem, child labor and immigration.
President Harding tackled first the
farm problem, recommending credit
legislation by enlarging the powers of
the farm loan board to provide ample
agricultural and live stock "production
The executive announced his pur
pose to invite tne governors of tne
states and territories to an early con
ference with the federal executive au
thority with a view to adopting defi
nite policies of national and state co
operation In administering the prohi
bition laws. He says the day is un
likely to come when the prohibition
amendment will be repealed and that
the nation should adopt its course ac
He warned those who evade the pro
hibition law they are undermining the
moral fiber of the republic.
He characterized the present en
forcement as "a nationwide scandal"
and "the, most demoralizing factor of
our national life."
More extended credit for the farm
ers Is strongly urged by the executive,
who declares that the very proof of
helpfulness already given is the strong
est argument for the permanent estab
llshment of widened credits. He says
the farm loan bureau may well have
Its powers enlarged to provide ample
farm production credits, as well as en
larged land credits.
More Credit for Farmers.
Two constitutional amendments are
proposed. One would give Congress
authority over child labor and the oth
er would restrict the Issue of tax-ex
empt securities, which are declared to
be "drying up the sources of federal
taxation and encouraging unproductive
and extravagant expenditures by states
Registration of Aliens.
Enactment of legislation providing
for registration of aliens and for more
thorough examination of emigrants at
the ports of embarkation Is urged. The
President says there is a "recrudes
cence -of hyphenated Americanism
which we thought to have been
stamped out when we committed the
nation, life and soul to the World
War," and adds that advocates of rev
olution are abusing the hospitality of
American shores, "finding their delud
ed followers among those who take on
the habilaments of an American with
out knowing an American soul."
Registration of aliens, the President
adds, will enable the nation to guard
against abuses in Immigration, check
ing the undesirables whose irregular
coming is his first violation of the law
and, at the same time, will facilitate
the needed Americanizing of those
who mean to enroll as citizens.
Dealing with foreign affairs, Mr.
Harding tells Congress that American
relations are not only free from every
threatening cloud, but the country has
contributed its "larger Influence" to
ward making marked conflicts less
The President pointed to the arms
conference, to the recent Tacna-Arica
conference and to the Central Amer
ican conference now sitting in Wash'
Incton as evidences of' America's de-;
sire to promote International under
Would Abolish Railway Labor Board,
With regard to the transportation
problem, Mr. Harding proposes that
the railroad labor board be abolished
with the substitution of a labor divi
sion in the Interstate Commerce Com
mission with ample power to require
Its rulings to be accepted by both par
ties to a disputed question. The ex
ecutive also proposes that the law re
quire the carriers and their employes
to institute means and methods to ne
gotiate between themselves their con
stantly arising differences, limiting ap
peals to the government body to dis
putes of such character as are likely
to affect the public.
Calls Attention to Readjustments.
The President began his address by
calling the attention of Congress to
eeneral world conditions, which, he
said, still were seriously disturbed as
a result of the war. He asserted that
"the Inevitable readjustment of the so
cial and economic order Is not more
than barely begun," and continued :
"There never again will be precise
ly the old order ; Indeed, I know of no
one who thinks it to be desirable. For
out of the old order came the war It
self and the new order, established
and made secure, never will permit its
"It Is no figure of speech to say we
have come to the test of our civiliza
tion. The world has been passing Is
today passing through a great crisis.
The conduct of war itself Is not more
difficult than the solution of the prob
lems which necessarily follow. I am
not speaking at this moment of the
problem in its wider aspects of world
rehabilitation, or If international re
lationships. The reference is to our
own social, financial and economic
problems at home. These things are
not to be considered solely as problems
apart from all International relation
ship, but every nation must be able to
carry on for itself, else Its Internation
al relationship will have scant import
"Doubtless our own people have
emerged from the World War tumult
less impaired than most belligerent
powers; probably we have made larg
er progress toward reconstruction.
. . . Had we escaped the coal and
railway strikes, which had no excuse
for their beginning and less justifica
tion for their delayed settlement, we
should have done infinitely better. But
labor was insistent In holding to the
war heights and heedless forces of re
action sought the prewar levels, and
both were wrong.
Rail Strike Hurt Agriculture.
"The railway strike accentuated the
difficulty of the American farmer. The
first distress of readjustment came to
the farmer, and it will not be a read
justment fit to abide until he is re
lieved. The distress brought to the
farmer does not affect him alone. Ag
ricultural 111 fortune Is a national 111
fortune. . . .
"This Congress already has taken
cognizance of the misfortune which
precipitate deflation brought to Amer
ican agriculture. Your measures of re
lief and the reduction of the federal
reserve discount rate undoubtedly
saved the country from widespread
disaster. The very proof of helpful
ness already given is the strongest ar
gument for the permanent establish
ment of widened credit, heretofore
temporarily extended through the War
Enlarge Scope of Farm Loan Bureau.
"The farm loan bureau, which al
ready has proven its usefulness
through the federal land banks, may
well have Its powers enlarged to pro
vide ample farm production credits as
well as enlarged land credits. It Is en
tirely practical to create a division in
the federal land banks to deal with
production credits, with the limitations
of time so adjusted to the farm turn
over as the federal reserve system pro
vides for the turnover In the manufac
turing and mercantile world. Special
provision must be made for live stock
production credits and the limit of land
loans may be safely enlarged. Vari
ous measures are pending before you
and the best judgment of Congress
ought to be expressed In a prompt
enactment at the present session.
Appeals for Treaty Ratification.
"But American agriculture needs
more than added credit facilities. The
credits will help to solve the pressing
problems growing out of war Inflated
land values and the drastic deflation
of three years ago, but permanent and
deserved agricultural good fortune de
pends on better and cheaper transpor
tation. Here is an outstanding prob
lem demanding the most rigorous consideration."
Why Bake At Home
when you can buy bread like if,
COUNT the raisins at
least eight big, plump,
tender fruit-meats to the
Taste it see how the rai
sin flavor permeates the
'No need to bake at home
when we've arranged with
bakers in almost every town
and city to bake this full
fruited raisin bread.
Just 'phone and they'll de
liver it all ready to sur
prise the family tonight.
Jt comes from master bak
ers' modern ovens in youf
city. And it's made with'
That's another reason for its
superiority. A rare combination
of nutritious cereal and fruit
both good and good for you, so
you should serve it at least twice
Use Sun-Maid Raisins also in
puddings, cakes and cookies. You
may be offered other brands that
you know less well than Sun
Maids, but the kind you want is
the kind you know is good. In
sist, therefore, on Sun-Maid
brand. They cost no more than
Mail coupon for free book of
tested Sun-Maid recipes.
The Supreme Bread Raisin
Your retailer should sell you Sun
Maid Raisins for not more than the
Seeded (tn IS oz. blue iiz.y 20c .
Seedleas On IS os. red tkg.) 18c
Seeded or Seedless (11 oz.) ISc
r CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT
I Sun-Maid Raisin Growers,
. Dept. N-S4S-12, Fresno, California.
B Please send me copy of your free book,
I "Recipes with Raisins."
On the Eve of Election.
"Make the announcement as usual,"
said Senator Sorghum, "that on elec
tion night I have given myself to
tranquil sleep, absolutely fearless of
'What's the Idea?" inquired the
"I'll probably keep tab on the" re
turns all night, and I don't want to be
Soap 25c, OsBbseat 25 and 50c, Talcsa 25c
A lazy man is always ready to hand
you free advice.
Cooking Utensils CLEAN
For quick results on
all metalware use
Cleans Scours - Polishes
Maaofactaras Enoch Morgan's Sons Co., New York, U.S.A.
Vast stretches of undeveloped fertile agricultural land of
the highest productiveness await the settler in Western
Canada. The land possesses the same character of soil as
that which has produced the high quality of cereals that
have carried off the world's premier honors so many times
in the past tea years.
Native Grasses are
Risk and Abundant
Cattle fatten upon them without any grain being fed.
Limited capital on high-priced lands is not a success, neither
can ue tenant ouraenea witn xugn rents nope to succeea.
iuc pibcc 10 overcome uiesc is in western ianaaa
where land is cheap where a home may be made at low
cost; ana wnere aavying, mixed jarming ana stock
raising give an assurtd profit.
Land may be purchased from the Railway Companies
or from responsible land companies or from private
owners. Froo nomeatoad or 160 acres eachareto
be had in the more remote districts.
tion of farm opportunities In Manitoba,
. Saskatchewan. Alberta and British Co-
W. V. BENNETT
800 Peter's Trust Building
Authorized Agent. Dopt. of Immi
gration and colonization.
Dominion or canaaa.