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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta lYlday, April 25.191;^ �^�^la mmk ........�� I>.................� "ii -fci'u TIIK Lin TIB RIDGE DAILY II Ell A LD of (lie Olive VHtuccl's Virgin / ' � V V .. . OLIVE OIL ."lit rirnt pi-oshIha of t\\o. bout rlpo oHvDH grown in Nor- tJiftrn Uniy. HoU.lod or tinned whoro llio Oi! Ib niado InHures you Ui(^ OlCNUtNM-: without four of being taiuporoil watb. V. V. O. O. is (l(ilici()UH lor snlndp; bettors tlio food cooked in It; iB a body builder und a complexion beautifior. Write For Our Free Cook Book JohnVittucci Co. Exclusive 'Importers Vancouver Seattle B. C. Wash. Local Jobbers Campbell, Wilson & Hornc, Ltd. MR, W. J. LLOYD GAVE THOUGHT FUL AND PRACTICAL ADDRESS AT CONVENTION Engagement Extraordinary One Day Only, Sat. April TWICE: 7.30 AND 9.00 SPECIAL SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MATINEES AT 1.30 .tnd -HS All Sonool Children-10 cents. E. Oswald Brooks and William P9^\eAr\ Present THE GREAT PATRIOTIC NAVAL EXHIBITION n v;ar I I F f K \ SIR WILLIAM MEREDITH Of Ontario High Court SIX MONTHS FOR FORGEi^Y .MedJtine ilat. April 1:4.-A. M. Thiirm was Kivcn a six nioiUbh' scnl-H i>rovid-(ul that we can reacli a fair marluH. I'niil recently we hav(^ bad Uuit market )i>;bi ai honu� or .so near home tiiut it w\Ms easily reaiiliotl. l\i cnijes of jnisundorslandiuK u> f|uaUly of l��y .supplied, Hhi))per and consuu'er could usually arrange to meet, inspect ! the liay tOgr^tber and a(l,1u:M their dif-" fer(�nc*\':'. It was not alwavK satis- w faclory ;jiul i] wa.s alv/ays a wasteful nicthud. still we fouid ^et alonj)^. Now al! this is changed. Wii are lirowiuR" nu7rc liav tlian wo i-an -feed and more than we wit-h \o feed. Wc liTiov.- that Brltinh t'oliimbia imports large quantities of hay-more; tiuvu we can iiojie to supply for h(;me yoar.^ to come-and we naturally tuj'n to H. r. with our HurpiUH. There wo nnd comi)etitiou from the south. Wo !ind consumers accustomed to a high grade hay and to getting just v.imt they order, not once in awliile, noJ nine titnes out of ten. i)nt ttm timefj out ol ten and one htindred times out of one liundred, i rec'ontiy canvassed n customer in Nelson v.'lio lias import-eil four bvindved cars of .Vmerlcan hay dnrin,:; the past two years witlioul having to mal^e ouo complaint as to )|ua!ity. Thai. Mr. Cliairman. is the kind of comjieiilion we meet in Hiil-i�h ('ohimhia and i submit Tuat in order to meet it we must ha\c a l>et-ler syHtoni of gradiuK i^-ml inspecting the hay llutn wo have al the prei'en'l lime. .Mr. Stevens si)oli.o >esterduy of the frailties of ininnin natuie. I want to than]; him for that word. I'm nfraid I hav(!* some tinn's nsed a stronger one on lindint; a ear of low grado hay aliipped ;o a Ijigh grade customer. Perhaps it was only a frailty. In fact I siiouid not hj* .snrprised if it was nu"^rely a mattni- of not. knowing wlmt No. One as ai�ult' jiul/lisljpd. 'J'iU'v are as :.()U iiiiov' only tPiHaiivo and wo i wouid he Kiad to ha\- introduce this famous meal in Southern Alberto, wc will send: 200 lbs........$ 8.00 500 lbs......... $19.00 All charges paid. Hanrahan Feed Merchant, Athletic Park, Phone 349 If each owner were also judge in rhe Live Slock Show- over you would noi vieed any 'nlue or wliiu> r 1 biJ 0n. K ve ry e n t ry w o111 d c^a rr y a red. To illuslrate: A pious old lady saw a clergyman of a denomination other i than her own riding his horse ai a furioub- pace. "Ah," she t;aid, "a i;ui(i man is mei-eifu' tae his beast.** A few uiinntes later J}cr own minister rode along .ilno as Snst as liis horse eotild go. "Eh, mon." slie .said, "hi.s Iiearl'B in lils work an' he'.s eager tae he ai it." With tlie best of intentions on the pan of iln; shlpp.:r the syst/im is unfair lo tiieni. unjust to ihUigeii-'g Hn^ ear, and the sy-^tem in under the control of tile (Jrain Inspectors iioartl. I might say that on be-half of tiie Associate Hoards of Trade, ^Ir. Barker and I took tlie matter ui) witli the CSrain Commission dtiring their recent fiesfiion here, and \^ t* were assured of th(dr BUi)port though spi-clal I Lethbridge Alberta. / f We Recommend 2 lots 13th Street North. $625.00 Each ALSO- 3 lots Kith Street Norlh. $600 each-Terms HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. SHERUOOK r UILDING, 7th } You owe it to your health and intelligenoe to seek the host in beverages ae well as in food. Unoc't;-down and drap-out lipht with us for ilic establi'hiuj; of the gradeH ami ihc appoiiumcni of competent I iaspectors.-There is a good deal more to he snid (m ilUs s\il)jeet. bttt I have been asked lo deal with another one not dov. n on t he program ami so must i)aBS on, A good deal has hivxi said during this convcaiion about co-opevatlon. and / lia\c been asked to ?;lve :i l)ricf (tulline of the work undertaken by our co-operative company. K'arm Pro-ducts, \Ai\. To bpgin at the b�-ginnlng. a. num-J her of us who grow a good deal of hay. particvilarly aluilfn. for sale, wore ir.ia!)le to linti a market in if'11 und were comiiclled to carrv a con-\iderahie amount of luiv over the � summer of 1(U2. About t!ie middle of last summ(M' market, conditions looked bp.d, in fact wort-e than the year before, and we felt sure that we would he again unable to sell our hay at a profit. We felt thai our whcUsaie dealers were not developing an outside market as fasl as we should like, j so we df'ciilt'd to set In ar.d take a ha)id in Wit ivaiin- or.rs(dves. A number of UK, some twenty-live in aU. all bay or vegetal)ie pu'ower-. ol)ta'.nod a charier under the Joint Stofk Com-1 panics Act and started biisiness. \Ve act only as agents for our mMnl)er3, r.etting (hem tlie best i)ricc we can, taking care of ail collections, paj'ing casii dttwn for all produce siiiiJped and retaining a conintisHion of one dollar 1  liev ton. Wliei'e wt* g/:t o:tiers that membors cannot 1111. we of course get' the prod\ice where\er v/c tan, so a.^ lo take care of our cuatonur.'^. t)ur biggest ccmx'rn when we organized was ihc saie of our alfalfa. On account of I lie late rains thousands of tons of oats did not ripon but were cut for oai hay and went on tiie market in eomptiltion with our alfalfa, thus even further reducing the price which consumers would .pay. Still, by looking for tho right customer, for the most part the H. C. dairyman, we were able to sidl all the >No, One alfalfa tliat offered, at from $tH to $ia.r>0 per ton f.o.b. shipping point, r.nd not only that, but wo have built up a connection to wJUch we will be al>lo io sell an even larger (juaii-tlty (luring the present year and with a good deal less exj)enHe-though to dale the commission charged has met uU y i\ V'A r t y oI in en b'rin?;in g him home, covered with blood. His dying words were: "They all i)iUd on to m?." Tlie four men supposed to be rospoijsib!(> have disapj)eared. Arrests are r.vj.ecied .shonly. English Liberals and the Navy Time was when those membevs comprising the linglish Liberal party were dercribed as "Little England-ers." That time has passed, never to return. Those stalwarts of the present Kngllsh Ca'blnot, Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George, the two men respectively upon whom the iiuestlon of the size and magnitude of the Rrltish navy chiefly depends, cordially agreed In the last Budget to an overwhelmingly increased navy vote. ' The Overseas Dominions aro not behindhand-India, Au-tralia, South Africa, New Zealand. Newfoundland, India, Canada, and ev6n the little Federated Malay States, all are "up and willing" to add their C)uota In one form or an- Monarch Theatre On account of the excellence of the subject, the management have decided to repeat the two-reel feature "Diamond Cut Diamond" eo the eame may be seen again tonight along 'with two splendid comedies. Tlie above-mentioned feature was thoroughly en-Joyed last night by a goodly audience and a bumper hou8� 1b expected, again tonight. Tuesday, AJ?rll 29, will surely be a r?d-letter day In the history of the Monarch. On thl� date the Excelilor Male Voice Choir nwili appear. This organlEatloa has crested for Itself an enviable reputatioa. and aB it will render for this occa* slou entirely niew mu�lc, a moet en* joyable time Is aesured evarybofly. Keep the date in mind, a - J-- + i> � r J -J ;