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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHtftlDGC 7 H I with delays 1 only had been and "only payable in ill parti of r tj -ixv Ctiiadairid the United UfcTI ,il Cftlil the use of Travellers; world, r" SlYilfS ttftk established at all at highest current rate paid quarterly. J, QlAi PARLIAMENT AT OTTAWA purpose of mmuul twelve an4 p fect! The four dajk' bdtt tp- around thu> use.' ion; and af- pro- chiefly thc giiin ami a railway' which wns us to 'the.hhortage of money Vesponsible for the ab- normal "jjprihid'' lasfVall was also mentioned; ami generally nutic-tl that the fjeqn greatly of but Umt the measures "by the xoxHnment had biid Uie of Tues- to the weht than last, 4 ings in parliament was what-might called Uie "grain parliament" which sat oftics ler of trade ajjd day, Wednesday, Thursday and' Eri- day, discussing" i-hc Western grain trade. Jt originated out of thc de- the" grain growers and farm- of thc piairie pro- present to the government _s thoir views in-regard to cnr distn- but ion and the terminal and transfer electors Ihe report J; of tho grain commission had dealt features of th> gram trade and had, generally speaK; met the views "of the t farmers, -r'butT'on two points, the farm- felt that theirjintefeflts required. that special representations to 'the Kovei nmcnt the "opportun- advantage, without regard to the teicsts of either the pi winter or con- r7r Tlwy toFiieriiled .that where aMMJV.'erful t-oroblnatioiT existed tlefiuile la winch the prodiwer, had no part, tho result could "not be otherwise than to his disadvantage; and thc wide {Spread" street and track prices at purchasing points was giv- en as f cadence of the, hardship of the fanner of >ihe alleged, combine Thc price, it.may be cxplasn- id, is value of the .wheat when loaded into a tar at'a receiving tion.rcady to go forward to'the ter- minal elevator at Fort Will mm. 1 the terminal elevator" each Lfixes thc track: price at ity of discussing matteis' from all ly inftiwted the would admitted the dim- Jtlea, which but strong- vjtmn of the tKmt Jn the i ing to" He insisted t stored in accord- thxsw id-nt it of the so that tiic miller would foo.i the actual wheat" on guido, upon which it, was by the Do- 'i Tort Geraade Breakfati Food it uot only su priori a ajl other 7 cereals you ever ate, -L One 9 Ib. package 50 Ibs. when "served. f full I tip 0iUCOui OATS FOR THE HORSE AND WHEAT FOR MAN (f A creamy-white ilelicions food. A real for breakfast ami '-.an Ix? served i'i numberless dainty wTijs for luncheon and dinner desserts Your grocer lUt it now distract of chyt aid Office. finator Co. Ltd, Raymond Magrath Lethbridge An_ experienced Q inan. pany. 960 William tions The nlUicetl improving condl- quatc for identity had mot of adequate provision' for storage in and passage through the tcinmml and transfer was with exhaustively, the fiu- contending that it wns> to their interests that the giam go forwaid loathe ultimate maiket m the Jbamu w.is supervihion of lha .storage of in'the Toit William elevators, but no stich" supm ision of the grain 01 of! only wuy to insure thc identity of grades in transport from Fort Wil- mam to I-Jverpool uas to cut out in tho the intercut of the grain dealers, in Xr. }fac- tjk0 of the elevators by placing thc elevators under absolute the goveinment contiol- So'long, he There as ine el- evatoi had, a financial Interest in the grain, there was no.pos- BUSINESS FOR, SALE _ FOR Feed and' Boardmg Stable.' Drayfline in eon- n in town of "six hundred 101 measures ad- licfoip, know betu-r what thau-1-, [on prjncc Aibert Jarauchl -Canadian to Jw said for the "man on the oth-1 Noithcni. Would consicler live stock ei side of tho question." In thty net j for ]jox result it would scorn that the farm-r PCS hud tho bettor case or wore bet-j ter able to present tho case they had for they in the au tnat woulcf their opponents at point. of; suflk.lcnt Lo that mixing elevators at Oorgmn tftkmg plau, ilr. Gibb.Sj who contiols thc gov- the trahsfc't Bay jioits 'or at MoiUrc.tl lie ar- ultimate maiket m the Jbaniu K'Jes MHU gram ue.Uei-, actually vinmont at Fort William, cpnditum'm it' was received j operating Jn whole-, in pait the concurred in this view; and said that mto the te7mmul elevator. and the.! compicte supoi vision ot tlie process lower wnth tho-higher qualities. to KI'wlc's lg UK' which they allege took pUicc m of who .t A rrrn teiuimal or transfer elevators a gram t undc? giaded the 'quality "of western that tho British miller, whotlhc Prcwjnt paid for what he? got, and, as tho price he fivcd tho pi Ice Jn the point .throughout thc west. he isvtho value of tJMt wheat- that ..u Fort Interest, and m- spection tharges. The street price is thp losiilt was that-th" west-" ern farmer tcceivod Ic-is than he otherwise would. The western miller who owns his own elcvatois, has the opportunity (o, and, as a matter ot tact, does, take thc choice of tha gram. The second qujThtv is lor- CKJixed, ciicumstunces, inspwtioiT .it Tort Wil- liam was not adequate to insmc that mivmg did and that, Ing or countiy elevator, pay thc farmer for his gram nChis wagon should not he lost, and invited representatives of the stoi- and financial m- V terests" tonnectiHl the, grain f "conference' accordingly opened" on when there belrnlf of the government, Sir Richard Cat tw right, of trade and commerce, fllou S. A Fisher.-anioister" of Vgiiculture, and Hon.: Frank minister of intei- it f lor; cuisociations, CtU- beioie its price. can thftt which thc Jjuyer at ithc receiv- to the terminal eloatois to the street It is1 to froai thtec to ten or twehe cents less than the track price, the differemce being called the' "spread" which varies from time to time, because, as allege, of con- R "Nlackcnyic and R. 0 Ileii- M'anitoba, E Langley, and P.- A and-JMr. Alberta, on behalf of tiade, ming atid .T T from the Winnipeg Gram W Ij. -Parnsh, T'. ti oiled 01 the" associated interests of the dealers Grain on the stieet has to be loaded into .L to actually fiN.ed by tho price at Fort William It Tiiay either be loaded from tlie wagon dufct intor the car 01 stored in an, elevator to wait until a car in default at thc tiansfor theic was abso- nothing it from taking pface f" Jn Mippoit of thfsrMi 01 complete supei ision oT the process of binning and grain from the elevntors would mean prac- tically a duplication of the opciatiug stall, v.hich, of course, would add considerably to thc storage charges. The farmers' lejircscntatives ex- themKeUoii as quite prepared ih.lt _thc grain, itself, should all thc costs of inspection and hand- that it should bear these costs jt Lmdsaj, Ont rf spokejStrongly of thc [identity shtpiXKlto Great'lint.ain foie, uhat remains of the first choice- that the western miller did not want and which must nccessanly be con- siderably ovcr-giadc is mixed'with an. rnfonoi quality- m the tiansfer' and. teuninal elevators, so as to bring it down to giade The Biitish millei buys this as tho best the West has1, and the pi ico. he pajs fixos the pi ice in the West for- the best Mr Parti idgf contended thai ar- -ttngcrncnts should )x> made for the binning- of wheat in the ter- nmal and transiet elevators, that and v thereby have the xi grades preserved than Condition fh which western the dealers should be able to received Jmn, IK nig atcord-Iskiii the grades either in the termin- ng to j.hc_ on H R-OS al or transfer elevators at pres- rs. the Canadiaxn Vaciiic, C. If. sKawr of thc Incomes available or until thc'buyer is inclined to send it forward In there is some delav and W Kneeland, W I and thc possibility of get-' O Fowlrr, N i tmg a caj- and w lien it can be "got llawlf and--1 >-Seixi xhc terminal i is consideration. If elevators and 5forth West grain deal- icars were alwajs there eis G. ithc grain Secrctrvry, of Canadian Bankers'; dealing interests, thc "spread" be- .and the railways, iless- twecn, prices would not. the farmer contends, be moro ccnts'per is eu- _ Canadian Northern. nnH oiigh to pay for handling and putt- pic ,of, jng through the clmiinian TJoyal difference between 2 ..cents 'Grain Commission, attended to CK- bushoi and the actual amount of "plain the reasons-for the find frigs the "spread" is a. dead loss to commission. of, Whether or not it is profit to'thc Lindsay, Out., vvas a rep- combinctl interests, he is nof able to rcscntative- of Ontario millers, and say and is not concerned in, but the neaily nil the western of r fact is a loss to him being parliament as w'dll as A. Pillinger of jcstablisliCd, _he demands such the railway couimissiori and as will cither it of'the grajnv oj rctlucc it lowest point. also at the meetings. j .From foregoing, it will sittings occupiwl ihat' from thc question oftfce noon, Wednesday forenoon'and-after-! oxistoncc of a combine, car distribu- at thc root of the noon, and Friday foienoon, and R is ;n prices nt receiving points." safe .to say; that the "grain trade was -Manitoba Grain- Act 1 makes certain old, although-covered an inspcc- _ion lower with tha ,mixing 01 higher qualities t'nc of "'ram w hoi eby gi ain that is over giack? is i educed to wouurresultjtn laigc profit to the dealer, uason of the gcncial detqiior.it ion in iho standard oi the glam as it reached the British millei, the gcnual'pricc to the farm- ei, which is fivtLby price paid by thc Bi msh "miller wimld IMJ ro- diicetl >fi contended that the cut. The elevator and shipping interests while willing tu accept any supervis- ion so long" as it did not interfere with tho cflicicncy.of the plant, dc clared that it vas impossible, as a business proposition, to carry out the farmers' wish to preserve thc id entityof gram. Thc discussion throughout pointed and at times warm. there is no doubt that all concerned have acquired a knowledge of conditions which they never Hail wiu Bu I to the- Choice Cut flowers Carnations Lily of the Valley ;i TO RENT Two furnished rooms, respectable young men. Apply 541 Buidett St. tjf. TO LET Fuuiished looms, suitable for young men. Apply H. Hutchison 308'Red path St. 101-0 FOR SALE MODFL IiNCOBATOBS and Brood- 'ers, best machines on the i Catalogue on application Sole agent for: Albeita. H, C. Box 1273, Calgaiy. 101-12 "NURSING -it Afrs. Biggin is at libeity fo' tnke up nuising again. Apply Road. 101-6 WANTED Two men as Will p.iy good salary. Hoi aid Office. J :canva.s.sers. Apply! tg FOR SALEy -h Fouitfon scares Lethbridge Brew- ing and Malting company" stock at 125, ex dividend Apply Herald Of- fice. 102G-1AV. ETC. T.L.Clarke Florist Comer CutVdi and Courtland Sts. is a long opportunities have waited oh economical buyers lay in-a stock of money sav- ing; purchases as occur at .the present moment There-are" bargains in all departments and right at j the start of the season when goods are new and fresh. ,_.- i are, a few of the specials we are are and look around anyway General Teaming WANTED AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEP- ER and clay clerk Apply Hotel Leth- bridge. 104-3 _ _ _ _ LOST A GOLD BROOCH, crescent' with Vipart set with peailc, on, Wednesday night. Reward for return to Herald Oftice k 103 6" BALED HAY FOR SALE Good Lalf-d hay for. sale. Apply to Jas. F. Frame, 521 Bound 103-6 When you require your gardens' sloughed, your yards cleaned cellars or any other teauHiigj lone. ttEE US. or phone 201, 03 I a post card in the office, youi order will receivoour prompt uUen- cion. COAL must be ixiid m delivery. Residence and stahlt ?ast ot the bjirraoks. SVM. TAYLOIJ, STRAYED J VRK 20 der. Owner apply tc W7 1 or on the premises. As tho farmcis had asVwl for thc tern of distribution was .strongly ob- place, they spoke joctod to by" the railway first. "Mr. TTendefsMcd off, the allied- interests of followed and Their as closed on Friday by "Mr. MacKenzie, president thb dealers, as lending to 'JM car shortage, and, thereby, crease of bv of As- sociation; ami by behalf of" the Albert a "Banners' A The position taWen by the representatives of farmers was that between thc weslem farmer-the the _ THiller of eastern Canada-or Great for marketing purposes "the consumer thc grain dealers Xorthern Railways had on commission, thc grain _tji_ _ hc farmers. "Mr. argued that the .shortage was not ,aggravated by I he car "of tho Gruin I cUrs had said that the average de- lay cars distributed _ to farmers for loading' at-platforms was tA'-'ee t THIS WEEK ONLY 20 PER CENT OFF SKIRTS AND MUSLINS t t Manufacturer's stock of New Spring, 1908, Dress i Skirt styles different: Reg. for for for for for WANTED: Girl to do general ply lit dooi north of Enterprise Lum- ber Co, Round St. v Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE: 63 A The New Spring Muslins everyone has been talking about, White and elevator the railway com- panies and the bftnks-Ai.ll properly serving thc interests and consumer, a matter rof fact, combined or- Grain Ex- 000 cars, with which J.o carry grain. During the six months of 4444444444444444444444 4 DRAYING All kinds DRAYIXG promptly nttemled to. COAL delivered to .'any pnrt of the city for 85 per ton Phone ISO HAYRTRANSFbRCo Reg. per yd. 12k; for lOc, I7jc for 14c, 20cfor 16c, 30c for 24c, 40c for 32c, 60c for 48c season, carloads of grain wore j L. M. JOHNSTONC Barritter and .toliciUr Office joining Union Hank. at ,Fort William. That would-moan four round trips for en CM the grain service, with 15 dajs to the trip. Messrs. Peters ami Shaw hnd given thc a caF should make the romvl trTp Wjl'.Jam as being from 14 lo 20 day.s. Therefore, thc cars actually occupied 2o days I Watch Our Window for Carpet Squares and Rugs New, Goods Displayed Every Day for the. Next goods are priced on our cash for yonr own Roods when yon bny here. You pny ISe Turpin Fumitiire Co. HOME Of WC VALU1S 45c for 30c 40c 88c fiOc 1.05. l- 75c 1.55 8oc Drew Goods Strings Materials are Lustres, Tweeds and Suitings Bocfor20c 50c 30c 40c- CARPETS GO are down. Get your new carpet now. They include Mysore Tapes- try and the rich, soft, Velvet Pile Axminster, and also other makes. Here are a few prices haphazard: Ring Up 108 Wlien yon want DRAYING Done promptly find satisfactorily JOHN BROD1E STRAYED From Belly Hiveir Bottom, one red or blue roan inare, 6 years old. branded on i left, shoukliM one bay or buckskin 3 years old, bracled tho as above When last seen klu> (5 ear" old mare had a colt run- ning her. unbramled. A ill by paid for their delivery to Win. Tax lor, 1231 Hompns St., 106-7-3J) 1012 U TENDERS WANTED twiU bo iv- 'ccived by the undersigned until 5'o' {clock Saturday, April 23th, erection of a church building for the Knox rrcsbytcrian congregation. Lethbridge, A lift. Hepn rate .'tenders u-ill be receivud 'for the Treating and Plumbing. Thc lowest or nny tender not neces- sarily accepted. A marked cheque lor r> cent, on'.the amount tender must accompany' thc tender. Cheque to be made payable to EI U. Rylands.. chairman Board of Manoge- niul to TV forfeited ?f tbo Con- frnctr.r fails to enter into satis- factory contract. rians and spocificaltons on_vicwr nt Kooms 21 and 2'2 Southard "Building. JAMES A. Q Architect. t I x 4, reg. for 3 x 3i, for And Many Others A FEW 28 in. Stripe Flannelette, TCR. and for7c per yd.' 8J PUiu Heavy Bleached Sheeting, rcg. 40c for 35o per yd. 36 in White Victoria reg. 18c for 14c per yd The J. Brown Co. Ltd., Lethbridge, Alta. M r i M M f t Don't forget J. F. RODGERS and S. BORRUP ARE DRAYING ONTMCTIII6 IflSINESS Nothing too big Nothing too small 139 Canadian Pacific Railway Eastern Holiday Excursions Ticket on sale April 16th U 20th' in- clusive good for rtturn till -April1; 21 it at rate of FARE AND ONE THIRD For the Round Trip f 'For complele information relative, to those rate? also