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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. April THE LKTUBlMDrtE DAILY HE KALI) lliflpii Italy. lUiHlod or tinned whorv thfi Oil IB nmdo hitmreu you Dm (JJCNIJINM'! without oi' beiiiK Him perm) with. V. V. O. O. in for sftltulp; bettors tiio food uooked in It: IB a body builder and a complexion beiiiUifior, Write For Our Free Gook Book JohnVittucci Co. Exclusive 'Importers Vancouver Seattle B. C. Wash. Local Jobbers Campbell, Wilson Home, Ltd. MR. W. J. LLOYD GAVE THOUGHT FUL AND PRACTICAL AD- DRESS AT CONVEN. TiON Mr. Clmlriiuin. IiaillOB and Oentlc- siisgcslliw wo should huvn ontnMiahMl RnuloH of hay and Kir.iv.- and an innped-ion system, IK in keeping tt'lth tho dosii'o of rnixnd farmers to ndopt tllo moat orrldrat mellioilH in niarkctliiK Ihn of tin: .mixed (arm. I will not attempt Hi deal witli th'u mutter of tlio wlHilom or ollK-nvisu of growing ror oxiiort. fju" It, :iml in most jwru; of SliiK SIR WILLIAM MEREDITH Of Ontario HI0h Court SIX MONTHS Hat. FOR FORGERY Anrll 51. Thurm was given a six moiitbfi' siiut- i ance today by- Clttof justice Harvey. 1 on a Charlie of fuigsry. HiE was the only conviction of the long list on the docket. O. freed of nine counts of forgery, eon- i splracy and fraud. His was the last case. Caldwell's Molasses Meal FOR YOUR STOCK The on'ly pure cane molasses niflal in Canada. Becornmended by feed exports. Unequalled for stock in condition quick- ly. Improves digestion. To introduce tijis famous meal in Southern Alberta, we1 will send: 200 Ibs. 500 Ibs. Al) charges paid. J. C. Feed Merchant, Athletic Park, Phone 349 Lethbridge Alberta. a jnoi'n profitable ilt-pond- ;ibh! crop than wheat. 'always; provid- ml (.lint we can rosuifi a fair market. 1'iiLll i-ficuntly wo luivi; hud thai mar- left ritflil -it Jjomt) oi1 nnar home that it easily reached. In oaaes of mtaiimlursfmidiiiK to ijuality of hiiy supped, shipper and consuinKr t-oiilA UiH.'tMy fo inspr-iit tin; hay together and adjust, their dlf- It, was not sails- and it was always wasteful nU'Uiod, still we could "lonff. Now all this in arc; fimwiiis more Iiay tluin can fee and ruoro than we wish ID rend. We ilwt. British Columbia imports hirtiu (iiianliUes of than we rim hopo lu supply J'or Home yi'iii'i! to we naturally turn io H, C. with our tmrpliis. Thrro wn j find competition from tho nouth. Wo Und consumers at-'uiisioijit'ii io j _ -ude liny and to got ting jusi what oi'dor. not once awhile, not; nine times out of but UMI times out of ten and one hundred out of OUR lumdrnil. I rfutently canvassed customer in Nelson who Jias Import- ed tour hundred cars or AWurtcuii buy during iho past years without to make one t-omplaiui as to finality. Thin, Mr. Chairman, IK the Itlnd ot cimipniitlOTi wft mutt In MrH- ish Columbhi and I submit. in order to meet it we must have a bet- ter system of grading unil InsncctmR hay Umu we have, tit time. Mr. Slovens Hpokfe yesterday of tin) fmUUes of iiuman imlurp. 1 want to thank htm for that word. I'm ftfrnid I have' .lomrtlmus used a stronger one on Duding of low hay shipped to a grade customer. Perhaps it was only a frail- ly. In fact I should not be surprised if it was merely a mailer1 of "not know- ing: what No. One, us utvtltift to means, and 'when you ronio io UilnU it, even after t'urninliiim1 mrm with all possible information us to what the buyer expects when lie on! a particular grade of hay. it isn't reasonable to ask a man. to pass-judg- ment on his own product; IE each owner were also judge in the Live Stock Show over here you would not, need any -blue or wliito ribbon. Every entry would carry a red. To illustrate: A pious old lady saw n clergyman of a denomination other than her own riding his horse at :i furious pace. she said, "'a gultf man is merciEu' tab his beast." A few, minutes later her own minister rode along also as "fast as his horse could go. "Eli, she. "his 'heart's in his -workman' he's eager lae be at it." With tho heal or: intentions on the part of the shipper the system is unfair to them, unjust to the custom- and absolutely disastrous to the Alberta, trade. As to government grades and gov- ernment inspection, there are difficul- ties, but they can 'be overcome, such a system is in force in a large nufii- her of States to the south of us, the Minnesota system being about .the most comprehensive ot. all. All cars shipped are inspected at the doors. Heavy penalties are provided for at- tempted fraud by plugging: the car, and the system is under tlie control of the Grain Inspectors Board. I might say that on behulf of tiiu Associate Boards of Trade. Mr. Bar- ker and I took the matter up witl the Grain Commission during recent session here, ami were as suretl of tlioir support thougti >sptcia Engagement Extraordinary One Day Only, Sat. April TWICE: 7.30 AND 9.00 SPECIAL SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MATINEES AT 1.30 jnd .115 All Scnuol cents. E. Oswald Brooks and William Palean Present THE GREAT PATRIOTIC NAVAL EXHIBITION The Hne.-it I'ic-toriul lOxpoKillon of the Grealeat Topii- of the Hour --the lopie which is (iKltatliiE tllrouoa of Kilrow tml-iy, i.e.. the Imperial Navy of llrllain. Come and see the Empire Navy in Peace and War; see the Officers and Men Training for War; see the Naval Sports; see the Entente Cordiale; sec the "German see the Mighty Dreadnoughts Quiltling month by month; Bee just what the Em- pire Navy Means to Canada. For this Special Engagement TO ALL PARTS CHILDREN 10c. 25 c OUR ATTRACTIVE WEEK-END PROGRAM "IIKH OF YESTERDAY" A STRONG DRAMA of Love and of Human Pathos and Sweetnest. "A iTAKLEQriNADE LET LOOSE" A ROARING COMEDY, DlrfOt from Good Old London. BRING THE KIDDIES to see the Pnntomlne Favorites. "THE CHANGELING" With the Thanhouuer Kid In a "Dual CHEAT. "ON MOUNT ST. GOTIIAJRD" A BEAUTIFUL HAND COLORED FILM OF THE RESPLEN- DANT GLORIES OF NATURE IN SWITZERLAND. ''THE HALF ORPHANS" A POSITIVE RIOT OF MERRIMENT AND FUN. JESSIE MONOLOGUE AND SONG The Very Best Week-end Program We Have Ever Secured. Every Film a Feature KATAL WRECK OF 'REAL ESTATE TRAIN GUIDE The Sunday excureion train which was wrecked near Montreal, when eight people were killed and thirteen injured rlpht slilo. Another proposition to which hnvn given a gaod dual attention tlio potnto date we have shipped some llvo thous- and bushul-s to outslfle (joints {ind agiiin we aro building a imirkftt for tho, fniitre UK well flf rid We Recommend i 2 lots 13th Street North. Each lots lath Street' NorLli. HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. 5any -whiskies are advertised as The 'Best but no proof is ;iYen. The quotations 'in ,rade papers prove the beat is JOHU all outside markets and are still doing so, and shipping whenever we can get an offer that will accept. It has been our aim to make 10't Sherlock Building the farmer's city office. Each member-of, our company feels, ami rightly feels, that he lias an office in the city selling fus pro- duce, making his collections and in ijvery way possible attending to the business end of hu farm. And I Tho terms don't need to worry you. Wo will arrange that. It's noL-'your money we want, it's you, your red- blooded, straightfrom-thc-shoulder all- the-way-out-and-back co-operation in placing your products and ours on the best market in the shortest time j with the lea-t expense and the You owe it to your health and intelligence to seek tlie bost in beverages as well as in food. legislation will Imve to be passed be? fore they will have power to act. I "have some fcxtra. copies of pro- posed grades hern, and they have lu'cn widely published, Tlwy ace as only tentative and we to hiivc, us intuiy Siiff- itcstions as possible from all parties of at least pun. cf our Interfistc-d. Tafcn these home; with triad Io in touch with yon and Icolt them over at your leis-j ire and 'he prepared when the oppor-j unity olTurs to make a stand-up, mock-down and drag-out fight with is for- the establishing of the grades uid UIR appointment of competent Them is a good deal more o he said on this subject, but I haye jecn asked to deal with another one not down on the program and so must pass on. A good deal has been said during this 'convention about co-operation, been asked to give n. brief the work undertaken by our co-operative company, Farm Pro- ducts, Ltd. To begin at the beginning, a nnm- of us ivho grow a good deal of hay, particularly alfalfa, for sale, were unable to i'w'i n. market in and wore compelled pto carry a con- siderable amount ot hay over the summer of 1012. About the middle of !ast smnmGr luai'lcec conditions look- ed -bad, !n fact worse than the year before, and we foil sure that we would be again unable -to sell our hay at a profit. We felt that our 'wholesale dealers were.iiot developing an. out-j side market as fast as we should like, j so we decided tn uet in and take a hand ir. the game ourselves. A num- ber of us, some twenty-five in hay or vRgetable srower-s, obtained a charter under the Joint Com- panies Act and started business. Wo net only as agents for our members, getting t.hfjni the best price we can, taking care of all collections, paying cash down for all produce shipped aiul retaining a commission of one per ton. Wheru set orders that members cannot fill, we course set the produce wherever wo can, so as to take caro of 'our customtrs. Our biggest ccnccrn when we or- ganized was tho sale of our alfalfa. On account of the late rains thous- ands of tons of oats did not ripen but were cut for cat hay and went on the market in competition with our alfalfa, thus even further reduc- ing Ibo price which consumers would pay. Still, by iceliins for the right customer, [or the most part B. C. dairyman, we were iiblo to sell all the No. One alfalfa, that offered, at from Ml to ?15 per ton f.o.b. shipping noiiii. and only that, but we have built up a connection to wtlilcli we win be able, 'to sell an oven larger (juari- tity during the- present year and with a good 'deal less to dntu tha commission charged has met al) niu) left a balance on 'the cat possible profit, not only producer, but io bin liund-pick-tho- j changelinK." one llko- 1 by thi consumer, tho who pnye t.lm bills. Ladles find Gentlemen, I thank you. COURT ENFORCED KEEPING OF THE AGREEMENT Week-End Programme at Starland The. best 'woek-ond programme evor secured by Starland will he at- froction at this popular photo-play theatre for today and tomorrow. Foromost on the is A poworful dnima, "Her Dreams of a story of love and adventure, and 0110 fairly brimming over with heart interest. "A Harlequinade Let is one of those ripping, roaring crockory- breaking comedies, which never Tall Io send an audience Into a veritable hysteria of laughter. H is a virtual reproduction of the old-time Christ- mas pantomime favorites, clown, pantaloon, harlequin and columblnRp in one long riotous Bucceaslou of their old-time pranks. This film in sure to prove a source- of endless delight, especially to th0 kiddles, who should an opportunity to see It. 'i he clevc-r Thanhouaer Kid will charming drama, "The of the bost recent by the great Thanhouser Co. A number of other excellent films will also be shown, and the hill will bt! completed with Jessie Bell, iu anotiier of her entertaining mono- Monarch Theatre TONIGHT Cut Diamond Two-Reel M llano feature, Adventure and Peril. Cupid Rkms Great Comedy. Mountain Girl's Self Sac- rifice. 10c IS0' SPECIAL April 29th, "The Hxcelslor Male Voice Clioir. ic Etature for next Monday Calgary, April 2J By virtue of nn J ft.m bo one Jnjuncti.on.. obtained today from Judge j Qt Uie begt iwo.reel features o( the Stwart, Hie Christian Scientisih- night obtained possession of the Paget Hall, owned by tlie Bagliali Church, for a lecture" tonight. The hall was originally rented to local scientists for a lecture by Rev. Wm. P. SlcKeuaie, ami when the Angli- can authorities discqvered that their I may say that our stock re- j hall had been rented to another re- (tor i" always onea and we are llgious ;bcdy, they sought to break the welcome ne'w members.! agreenien-t. The scientists made ap- was held th< The tuclOent has created quite a flutter in Anglican circles here. Must You- Be What have yon done to stop your hair from famng? Have you tried Rexall "93" Hair Tonic? If not, we want you to try It at our risk. If you liavo dandruff; if your hair is failing out and your 'sculp is and shiny, il you use lle-iall Hair Tonic direc- tions for thirty dnys. and al the end of that tinis you are not thoroughly .ri'Ji tlie results and wili tell im ao, we will immediately hand back your inuliey. Wu won't ask you to jiromidc anytliias. won't oven question you. Wo will take your mere word and ruturu your money. Docr.n't it stand to reason that Rexull "9-i" Hair Tonic must bo a mighty rametty and have given crent sutipfaction to our citstora'crs if umlorsc it like this? We "know oi 110 similiir remedy that is as good. It is because of-what Kcsall "03" Hair Tonic lias done .for others that ivo baclt it with our own money, suffer scalp and hair trouble or bo'bsild, when Ucxnll "93" Hair Totiio will remove dandruff, mako your stfnlp comfortable and healthy, promo to hair growth and tend io prevent- baldness when wo will pay for the treatment ghoukl it fail to please you? We doti'fc obligate you to any- lliijig. You simply buy tho treat- ment; use il, and if not, pleased, come to us empty-handed aud wo will hand back what you paid U3. Two Sl.OO a bottla. You can buy Rexall "93" Hair Tonio in tbja community only at our store; M. D. HIG1NBOTHAM CO. tetfifirirfie Wo Atbcrfa Thore 13 a witl city in t Grfent Briicin. The Komody for, nearly cvtry ordinary human ill ouch especially for tho pnrticiilur ill for-wbiali it a recommended, The Rexall Stores ore AmerJca'B OrcaUit Dray Storce tour men, Jiis firatflnd second cousins ;-aad their qilota ,n one form. or an- while under the influence of liquor, j _____ Bis wife was awakened nt midnight j a. party of men briagirig him 1 home, covered with blood. His dying' words were: "They all piled on to me." Tlie four men supposed to be. responsible have disappeared. Ar- i rests are expected shortly. MET WITH FOUL PLAY Sherbrooke, Quo., April English Liberals andrtht Navy Tim e was when those members comprising the English Liberal party were described as "Little England- ers." That has passed, never to return. Those stalwarts of 'th'e pre- sent English Cabinet, "Winston Churchill and Davfd Lloyd George, HIE- two men respectively upon whom (he question of the size and magni- tude of 'the British navy chiefly do- tietids, cordially agreed in the last Budget to an overwhelmingly in- creased navy vote. The Overseas Do- minions are not Ail- tralia, South Africa, New )ther. Some in cash and lot ihips. The navy Is tho paramount ques- tion of tho day, wherever the brave old Union Jack Js flown, and in the exclusive moving picture series, 'Our Empire. to bo exhibited at the Morris Theatre for one day, on Saturday, April 26, stirring scenes of life in the British navy are deplet- ed. A boy'a career Is followed from tlio tinifi ho leaves home until he is eeu engaging iu actual warfare. Every parent should take his Bona to 'this unique exhibition of Britain's might, and thus teach his boys to "think imperially." There could ba no better way than this ot inculcating tho great lessons to be learned from Britain's wonderful heritage of pow- er over the aeaa of the globe. Popu- lar prices have been agreed so that every citizen may have an nortuntty of witnessing the vivid and realistic pageant of Britain's glorloua first line of defence. Monarch Th'eatra On account of the excellence of the subject, the management have decid- ed to repeat the two-reel feature "Dia- mond Gut Diamond'1 ao tiie earns majr b0 seen again tonight, along 'with two splendid comedies. The above-men- tioned feature was thoroughly en- joyed last -night by ft goodly audi- ence and a bumper housa-la expected, again tonight. Tuesday, 20, will surely be a red-letter day la the history of the Monarch. On this datti the Excelilor Male Voice Choir