The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, May 26, 1911, Page 12, Image 12
12 VOLUME 11, NUMBER 20 The Commoner. ft I T gfc. B ftr 'if doclarod Clayton (dom., Ala.), chair man of tho house committee on the Judiciary. " 'Wo will have to wait to seo how tho courts work undor this now in terpretation of tho law,' said Clayton." Paper can bo manufactured in Canada for $5.35 a ton less than In tho United States, according to tho tariff board's report on tho pulp and print paper Industry, which Presi dent Taft has sent to tho senate. Tho cost per ton In Canada is $27.53, In tho United States, $33.88. This difference in tho cost of production, according to tho report, Is duo in part to out-of-date machinery used by American mills; to tho fact that pulp costs nearly twice as much in this country as in Canada, and to the slightly higher wages paid American workmen. The house committee defeated tho proposition to put wool on tho freo list. Tho existing rate will be cut from 11 cents a pound to 5 or 6 cents a pound. 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