THE HIGH PRICES DECLARED 10 TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH. S, pacity, our economic processes are la- - gross, I Peso hardly say, with very critical extricably Interwoven with, those of and very difficult matters. We should go other nations and peoples most Intiforward with confidence along the road mately of all with the nations and peo- we see, but we should also seek to com. ples upon whom the chief burden and prehend the whole of the scene amidst confusion of the war fell and who which we act There Is no for are now most dependent upon the co- some or me fearful forecasts ground I hear ut about me. tered condition but the of the operative action of the world. world is unquestionably very grave and Exports Greatest in History. we should face it comprehendlngly. The We are just now shipping more goods of our country Is out of our ports to foreign markets than situation fortunate.own We of all we ever shipped before not foodstuffs can afford to keep our heads and peoples to demerely, but stuffs and materials of every termine upon moderate and sensible sort; but this is no Index of what our courses of action which will Insure us foreign sales will continue to be or of against the passions and distempers which the effect the volume of our exports are working such deep unhapplness for will have on supplies and prices. It ts some or tne distressed nations on the Impossible yet to predict how far or other side of the sea. how long foreign purchasers will be we may be Involved In their dis But able to And the money or the credit to tresses unless we help, and ,elp with en pay for or sustain such purchases and intelligence. a scale; how soon or to what extent ergy Disregarding the surplus stock In the foreign manufacturers can resume their nanus of the government, was former production, foreign farmers get greater supply of foodstuffs there In this countheir accustomed crops from their own try on June 1 of this than at the year fields; foreign mines resume their former same date last year. In the combined to output, foreign merchants set up again tal of a number of the most Important their old machinery of trade with the foods In dry and cold excess the storage ends of the earth. All these things must Is quite 19 per cent And yet prices have remain uncertain until peace is established and the nations of the world have risen. The supply of fresh eggs on hand in concerted the methods by Which normal June of this year, for example, was life and industry are to be restored. by nearly 10 per cent than the greater All that we shall do in the meanon hand at the same time last supply time to restrain profiteering: put and yet the wholesale price of egga the life of our people upon a toi'efable year, was 40 cents a dozen, as against 80 cents be will makeshift and provifooting a ago. The stock of frozen fowls year sional. There can be no settled condiincreased more than 298 per cent and tion here or elsewhere until the treaty had the prices had risen also from 344 yet of peace is out of the way and the cents per pound to 37V4 cents. The supply work of liquidating the war has beof creamery butter had Increased 129 per come the chief concern of our governthe price from 41 to 53 cents per ment and of the other governments of cent andThe pound. supply of salt beef had been the world. Until then business will augmented 3 per cent and the had inevitably remain speculative and sway gone up from 334 a barrel to 336 price a barrel. now this vay and again that, with Canned corn had Increased in stock nearheavy losses or heavy gains, as it may ly 92 per cent and had remained subchance, and the consumer must take stantially the same in price. care of both the gains and the losses. Few Price Drops Not Enough. There can be no peace prices so long as our whole financial and economic sysIn a few foodstuffs the prices had detem is on a war basis. clined, but in nothing like the proportion in which the supply had Increased. Europe Must Know Situation. For "Europe will not, cannot recoup her example, the stock of canned tomatoes had increased 102 per cent, and yet the capital or put her restless, distracted price had declined only 25 cents per peoples to work until she knows exactly where she stands in respect to dozen cans. In some cases there had peace; and what we will do Is for her been the usual result of an increase of the chief question upon which her quiprice following a decrease of supply, but in almost every Instance the increase of etude of mind and confidence of purWhile there Is any price had been disproportionate to the pose depends. In stock. decrease that the peace terms may be changed or may be held long- in abeyLaw Department Active. ance, or may not be enforced because The attorney general has been making of divisions of opinion among; the powcareful study of the situation as a ers associated against Germany, it is a whole and of the laws that can be apidle to look for permanent relief. to better it and Is convinced that, plied Points Out Present Duty. under the stimulation and of But what we can do we should do, exceptional circumstances, temptation combinations and should do at once. And there is of producers and combinations of traders a great deal that we can do, provisionhave been formed for the control of al though it be. Wheat shipments and plies and of prices which are clearlysup-in credits to facilitate the purchase of our restraint of trade, and against these proswheat can and will be limited and conecutions will be promptly Instituted and trolled in such a way as not to raise actively pushed which will in all likelibut rather to lower the price of flour hood have a prompt corrective effect here. The government has the power, reason to believe that the There is within certain limits, to regulate that. of leather, of coal, of lumber and ofprices texWe cannot deny wheat to foreign peotiles have been materially affected by we who are in dire need of forms of it. and concert and ples among do not wish to do so; but, fortunately, the producers and marketers of these and the wheat crop is not what other universally necessary commodities though we hoped it would be. it is abundant which It will be possible to redress. No if handled with provident care. The watchful or energetic effort will be price of wheat is lower In the United spared to accomplish this necessary reStates than in Europe, and with proper sult. I trust' that there will not be many cases In which prosecution will be necesmanagement can be kept so. sary. Public action will no doubt cause Immediate Relief Measures. many who have perhaps unwittingly By way of immediate relief, surplus adopted illegal methods to abandon them stocks of both food and clothing in the promptly and of their own motion. hands of the government will be sold and Publicity Will Do Much. of course sold at prices at which there And publicity can accomplish a great is no profit. And by way of a more permanent correction of prices surplus deal. The purchaser can often take care stocks in private hands will be drawn out of himself if he knows the facts and influences he is dealing with, and purchasof storage and put upon the market. Forers are not disinclined to do anything, ei tunately under the terms of the act the hoarding of foodstuffs can ther singly or collectively, that may be be checked and prevented, and they will necessary for their The department of commerce, the be. with the greatest energy. Foodstuffs can be drawn out of storage and sold by department of agriculture, the departlegal action which the department of ment of labor and the federal trade Justice will institute wherever necessary; commission can do a great deal toward but as soon as the situation is systematisupplying the public systematically cally dealt with it is not likely that the and at short intervals, with informacourts will often have to be resorted to. tion regarding the actual supply of Much of the accumulating of stocks has particular commodities that Is in exno doubt been due to the sort of specuistence and available with regard to lation which always results from uncersupplies which are in existence but not with regard to the methods of price fixtainty. Great surpluses were accumulated because it was impossible to foresee ing which are being used by dealers in what the market would disclose and deal- certain foodstuffs and other necessities.. ers were determined to be ready for Retailers in Part to Blame. whatever might happen, as well as eager to reap the full advantage of rising There can be little doubt that retailers are in part sometimes in large prices. They will now see the dtsadvan-tauas well as the danger, of holding part responsible for exorbitant prices; off from the new process of distribution. and it Is quite practicable for the government through the agencies I have Facts Quoted. Significant mentioned, to- supply the public with as to the prices at Some very interesting and significant full information facts with regard to stocks on hand and which retailers buy and as to the costs the rise of prices in the face of abund- of transportation they pay in order ance have been disclosed by the inquiries that It may be known Just what marof the department of agriculture, the degin of profit they are demanding. Opinpartment of labor and the federal trade ion and concerted action on the part of commission. purchasers can probably do the rest. They seem to justify the statement that Congress Must Supply Funds. In the cafle of many necessary commodiThat is, these agencies may perform this ties effective means have been found to service provided the conprevent the normal operation of the law Indispensable gress will supply them with the necesof supply and demand. to funds prosecute their inquiries It would serve as a useful example to sary the other communities of this country, as nnd keep their price lists up to date. of well as greatly relieve local distress if the Hitherto the appropriation committees the house have not always, 1 fear, seen congress were to regulate all such matof and value the full these the inquiries, Columters very fully for the District of bia, where its legislative authority is departments and commissions have been very much straitened for means to renwithout limit. der this service That adequate funds be Would Have Prices Plainly Marked. provided by appropriation for this purprovided as promptly as posI would also recommend that It be pose, and sible, is one of the means of greatly inrequired that all goods destined for the present distressing conterstate commerce should In every case ameliorating of livelihood that 1 come to urge. where their form or package makes It ditions In to concert with the this attempt possible be plainly marked with the best ways to serve the country you In this price at which they left the hands of emergency. the producer. Such a requirement It is one of the absolutely necessary would bear a close analogy to certain means, underlying many others, and can provisions of the pure food act. by which be supplied at once. it is required that certain detailed inare many otner ways. Existing There formation be given on the labels of law is Inadequate. There are many perpackages of foods and drugs. legitimate methods by which the And It does not seem to me that we fectly can exercise restraint and could confine ourselves to detailed government measures of this kind, If It is Indeed guidance. me urge. In the first place, that Let our purpose to assume national control the present foodstuff control act should I be extended both as to the period of time of the processes of distribution. take It for granted that that Is our during which it shall remain In operation less our and duty. Nothing and as to the commodities to which It purpose We need not hesitate to shall apply. will suffice. nahandle a national question In a Its provision against hoarding should be tional way. We shuld go beyond the made to apply not only to food but also measures I have suggested. We should to feed stuffs, to fuel, to clothing, and to formulate a law requiring a federal many other commodities which are Inlicense of all corporations engaged in disputably necessaries of life. As It Interstate commerce and embodying In stands now It Is limited In operation to the license, or In the conditions under the period of the war and becomes Inwhich It Is to be Issued, specific reguoperative upon I the formal proclamation of peace. But should Judge that It was lations designed to secure competitive clearly within the constitutional power of selling and prevent unconscionable the congress to make similar permanent profits In the method of marketing. to provisions and regulations with regard Law Would Do Much. all goods destined for Interstate comfrom Interthem exclude merce and to Such a law would afford a welcome opred state shipment If the requirements of the portunity to effect other law are not complied with. forms In the business of Interstate shipSome such regulation Is Imperatively ment and In the methods of corporations moIn necessary. for the It; but which are engaged The abuses that have grown upwith-In ment I confine my recommendations to the of prices by the object immediately In hand, which la to the manipulation holding of foodstuffs and other necessaries lower the cost of living. iif life cannot otherwise be effectively preMay I not add that there Is a bill before the congress which, If vented. There can be no doubt of eltlie. or the legitimacy of such passed, would do much to stop speculation thhe necessity May I not call attention to and to prevent the fradulent methods of measures. analthough the present also, Tact, the that, our are people promotion by which act prohibits profiteering, the prohibition nually fleeced of many millions of no Is penalty. It Is clearaccompanied by money. I refer to the measure ly In the public Interest that a Density proposed by the capital Issues committee for the control of security Issues. It Is a siioulil be provided which will be persuameasure formulated by men who know sive. It would materially add to the serv. the actual conditions of business, and ti we of the law. for tl e puro-s- c irealiility adoption would sen a great and benehu've In view. If It were alo prenow ficent purpose. We are dealing, gentlemen of the ton- - scribed thai all oc .Is released from stor excep-tionate- : - BE ARTIFICIAL President Addresses Congress on Subject of High Cost of Living. LAWS ARE NOT ADEQUATE Executive Declares "Vicious Practices" Are Responsible for Perilous Situation Which Faces the Nation Makes Impor- Chief tant Recommendations. Addressing congress and proposing remedies to check the high cost of living. President Wilson declared that existing laws were inadequate and that high prices were not justified by shortage of supplies, present or prospective, but were created in many eases "artificially and deliberately" by "vicious practices." The president recommended that the food control act be extended to peace time operation and that congress exclude from interstate as well as Intrastate shipments goods which did not comply with its provision p. His address was as follows: Gentlemen of the Congress: I have sought this opportunity to address you because it is clearly my duty to call your attention to the present cost of living and to urge upon you with all the persuasive force of which I am capable the legislative measures which would be most effective in controlling it and bringing it down. The prices the people of this country are paying for everything that It is necessary for them to use in order to live are not justilied by a shortage in supply, either present or prospective, and are in many rases artificially and deliberately created hy vicious practices which ought immediately to be checked by law. They constitute a burden upon us which Is the more unbearable because we know that it ie wilfully imposed by those who have the power and that it can by vigorous public action be greatly lightened and made to square with the actual conditions of supply and demand. Washington. ' Profiteers Lawbreakers. Some of the methods by which these prices are produced are already illegaly some of them criminal, and those who employ them will be energetically proceeded against. But others have not yet been brought under the law. and should be dealt with at once by legislation. I need not recite the particulars of this critical matter; the prices demanded and paid at the sources of supply, at the factory, in the. food markets, at the shops, in the restaurants and hotels, alike in the city and In the village. They are familiar to you. They are the talk of every domestic circle and of every group of casual acquaintances even. It is a matter of familiar knowledge also, that a process has set In which is likely, unless something is done, to push prices and rents and the whole cost of living higher and yet higher, in a vicious cycle to which there is no logical or natural end. With the increase in the prices of the necessaries of life come demands for increases in wages demands which are justified if there be no other means of enabling men to live. Upon the Increase of wages there follows close an Increase in the price of the products whose producers have been accorded the Increase not a proportionate Increase, for the manufacturer does not content himself with that, but an increase considerably greater than the added wage cost and for which the added wage cost is oftentimes hardly more than an excuse. The laborers who do not get an Increase In pay when they demand It are likely to strike, and the strike only makes matters worse. It checks production; If It affects the railways It prevents distribution and strips the markets; so that there Is presently nothing to buy, and there Is another excessive addition to prices resulting from the Bcarclty. Conditions Not "Natural." ' These are facts and forces with which ; we have become only too familiar; but we are not Justilied because of our familor because of any hasty iarity with them and shallow conclusion that they are and Inevitable, In sitting inac"natural" tively by and letting them work their fatal results If there is anything that we can do to check, correct or reverse them. I have sought this opportunity to Inform the congress what the executive Is doing by way of remedy and control, and to suggest where effective legal remedies are lacking and may be supplied. We must. I think, frankly admit that there Is no complete Immediate remedy to be had from legislation and executive action. The free processes of supply and demand will not operate of themselves, and no legislative or executive action can force them into full and natural operation until there la peace. 'There Is now neither peace nor war. All the world It waiting with what unnerving fears and haunting doubts who can adequately say? waiting to know when it shall have peace and what kind of peace It will be when It comes a peace In which a nation shall make shift for Itself as It can, or a peace buttressed and supported by the will and concert of the nations that have the purpose and the power to do and to enforce what is right. Politically, economically, socially, the world la on the operating table, and It has not been possible to administer any anaesthetic. It Is conscious. It even watches the capital operation upon which It knows that Its hopes of healthful life depends. It cannot think Its business out or make ard provident diplana or give Intelligent rection to Its affairs while In such a case. Where there Is no peace of mind there can be no energy In endeavor. Must Know Terms of Peace. There can be no confidence In Industry, no calculable basis for credits, no confident buying of systematic selling, no certain prospect of employment, no normal restoration of business, no or a hopeful attempt at reconstruction '.he dislocated proper reassembling; of until peace has elements of enterprise so far as may be. been established, and. life national has no Our ruaranteed. doubt been less radically disturbed and life of dismembered than the national the war more diother peoples whom with all Its terrible rectly affected, destructive force, but It ravaging and afhas been nevertheless profoundly and our Indus-.rlefected and disarranged, ca our credits, our productive s, ty food-contr- ol e, -- much-neede- hard-earne- d ly age for Interstate shipment should have plainly marked upon each package the selling or market price at which they went Into storage. By this means the purchaser would always be able to learn what profits stood between him and the producer or the wholesale dealer. The world must pay for the appalling destruction wrought by the great war, and we are part of the world. We must pay our share. For five years now the industry of all Europe has been slack and disordered. The normal crops have not been produced: the normal quantity of manufactured goods has not been turned out Not until there are the usual crops and the usual production of manufactured goods on the other side of the Atlantic can Europe return to the former conditions; and it was upon the former conditions, not the present, that our economic relations with Europe were built up. We must face the fact that unless we help Europe to get back to her normal life and production a chaos will ensue there which will inevitably be communicated to this country. For the present, it Is manifest, we must quicken, not slacken, our own production. Knew Her Brother. Maudie was evidently feeling embarrassed about something, and she blushed prettily as she told the sister of her fiance that she would like to buy a birthday present for him. "Tou know him better than I do," she said, "so I came to you to ask your advice." "Yes?" said her future " bqulringly. "What," went en the - blushing Maudie, "would you advise me to get?" "Oh, I don't know," replied the other girl carelessly. "I could only, advise you In general terms. From what I know of him, I should say he would appreciate something that he could pawn easily !" depend the affairs of naIt Is in this supreme crisis for all mankind that American must prove her mettle. In the presence of a world confused, distracted, she must show herself capable of sober and effective action. She saved Europe by her action in arms; she must now save It by her action in peace. In saving Europe she will save herself, as she did upon the battlefields of the war. The calmness and capacity with which she deals with and masters the problems of peace will be the final test and proof of her place among the peoples of the world. And, if only in our own Interest, we must help the people overseas. Europe hi our biggest customer. We must keep her going or thousands of our shops ..and scores of our mines must close. There is no such thing as letting her go to ruin without ourselves sharing in the disaster. In such circumstances, face to face with such tests, passion must be discarded. Passion and a disregard for the rights of others have no place in the counsels of a free people. We need light, not heat in these solemn times of and saving action. Must Be No Threats. There must be no threats. Let there be only intelligent counsel, and let the best reasons win, not the strongest brute force. The world has Just destroyed the arbitrary force of a military junta. It will live tinder no other. All that Is arbitrary and coercive Is in the discard. Those who seek to employ it only prepare their own destruction. We cannot hastily and overnight revo lutionize all the processes of our economic life. We shall not attempt to do so. These are days of deep excitement and of extravagant speech, but with us these are things of the surface. Everyone who is in real touch with the silent masses of our great people knows tnat tne old strong fiber and? steady self-control are still there, firm against violence or any distempered action that would throw their affairs into- confusion. . I am serenely confident tJha they will readily find themselves, no matter what the circumstances, and that! taey will address themselves to the tasks of peace with the same devotion andi the same stalwart preference for what Is right that they displayed to the admiration' o the whole world in the midst of war. tions everywhere. is Sinister Influences at Wffrtc f AT l! ' General Interest First. SIXTY-FIV- E ! 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The worst thing, the most fatal thing that can be done now Is to stop or interrupt production, or to interfere with the distribution of goods by the railways and the shipping of the country. In the disWe are all Involved tressing results of the high cost of we must unite, not divide, living and to correct it. There are many things that ought to be corrected in the relations between capital and labor. In respect of wages and conditions of labor and other things even more and I, for one, am ready to go Into conference about these matter with any group of my fellow countrymen who know what they are talking about and are willing to remedy existing conditions by frank counsel rather than by violent contest Personal Experience AMERICANS MAKING GOOD Labor Must Consider. I believe, This Woman Recommend Lyt&a E. Pinkhara'. Vegetable Compoundr Her sudden-changes- 1 appeal with entire confidenc our producers, our middlemen and our merchants to deal fairly with the people. It is their opportunity to show that they comprehend, that they intend to act Justly, and that they have the public interest sincerely at heart And I have no doubt that house keepers all over the country, and everyone who buys the things he daily stands in need of will presently exercise a greater vigilance, a moee thoughtful economy, a more discrimicare as to market in which the nating he buys or the merchant with whom he traded than he has hitherto exer cised. WIIOAREILL Age-Heral- d, And I enter another confident hone. I have spoken today chiefly of measures of Imperative regulation and legal compulsion, of prosecutions and the-- , sharp correction of selfish processes; andi these no doubt are necessary. But there are other forces that we- - may count on besides those resident in. the department of justice. We have- lust fully awakened to what has been goiny on and to the influences, many of th very selfish and sinister, that have be producing high prices and imposing intolerable burden on the mass of people. To have brought it all into the will accomplish the greater part ui result we seek. - , McLean, Neb. "I want to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable iv lampounu women who strtf er from any functional disturbance, as ft has done me mora Not in the Running. than all the good "How are you getting along with medicine. Since taking it I Miss Pen cher these days?" have a fine healthy "Not well, I'm afraid. She wants to baby girl and have; put me back on a prewar basis." gained in health and' "What does she mean by that?" strength. My hus"I don't know exactly, unless she band and I both discounts the eighteen months I spent your medpraise in France." Birmingham icine to all suffering women." Mrs. John Koppelhann, R. 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