Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
25, THE L E T n B KID G EDA IL Y IT E R A I.L MARKETING OF SMALLER THE FARM (Papon .-cad by t. N. B.rkor, Cardstor, Mixed Farming Convention) Yon will it a great satisfaction to do More Home Baking You will make biscuit, cake and pastry clean, fresu and tasty-better every way than the ready made foods. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially devised for home use, and makes home baking easy and a delight. It will pro- tect yon from the dread alum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure you food of the highest healthfulaess. W. B. NORTHUP, M.P. (Con.) and RICHARD BLAIN M. P. (Con.) who movcd'and seconded the Closure resolution In the House of Commoag. Insane Men Made Their Escape Edmonton, Alta., April tlieir shack in llamcs followlUK. a !us- ilaclc of shots irmn a detachment ot mounted pulicemmi and citizrn volun- teers, Fonbcrg brothers, who shot killol Detective Corporal George of the I3clmoiiton detach- i merit H. iV. W. M. 1'., and wounded Constable of tlie Siime ladimi'Ilt, vhih: the olliccrs were try-I ins! to effect tlii'ir arrest on the; charge of insanity, ehCnped and word o! tlieir capture has reached. the headquarters of the mounted po-1 lice here. Constable Guftker follow-1 ed one 'of the fugitives across the The Frank Co., lias a Preparation That Will Grow Hair Abundantly. j This IB an age of new discoveries. To grow lialr after it has fallon out today is a reality. SALVIA, the Great Hair Tonic and Pressing, will positively create a new growth of hair. If you want to have a beautiful -Jioail of hair, free from Dandruff, use SALVIA once a day and watch Uio results. SALVIA is guaranteed to stop fal- ling hair nnd restore the hair to its natural color. The greatest Hail- Vigor Kkown. SALVIA is compounded by expert Watch your hair if it is railing out. ]f you don't you will sooner or later be bald. SALVIA prevauta baldness by fas toning the hair to the roote. Ladies will find SALVIA just the dressing they are looking for. It makes the hair soft and fluffy and IB not sticky. A large bottle BOc. 6 prairie from the shack to Cbipmaii a distance ol U miles, Ml owins tf the darkness, Fonhorg managed to cluile tho policeman, who arrived il Chipimm about 10 o'clock last night The. body of tlie murdered officer..... recovered at the scene of the shoot- ing and brought to Tolield by a far- mer named Thor, who lived near the Ponljerj; homo. Reports are fiomc- wiiat conflicting as lo whether the uteri -escaped during the burning of the shack gr bcfoco it took lire. At any rate, tliey were not to be found when the police closed in. It- is proh- alilc that they gathered up some clothing after _the, police went to get heavy arms and a supply of ammuni- tion after the shooting of the olh'c- ers. Lack of convenient telegraphic communication near the scene of the crime and the singe and Edmonton, makes it impossible to get very com- details. Officer Whitley, vho was wounded, is in the barracks and his recovery is assured. in order to inulw our mixed fanning ropagamla a real and living -.nieces' me of llvst problems we havo to :onuldm- iu tlio markaUnK of what nay term tile smaller iiroductB, he produce of tho dairy, the poultry ml and Inc. garden. Tile first essential to consider would be the rapid marketing of those pro- ducts iu tlio best possible condition, direct trom the producer to [ha cou" sunior. yoini! of our newcomei-H, and we shall havo newcomers with UB for nuuiy years to come, havo had exui'r- iuuce in certain lines which they can rapidly turn to account, provided tho moans of doinK so ia available. It. is moot important that these means should bo available for it out of thn prollts of tho by-products of tin farm that many a family might live in peaco and plwUy until tho larger products had time to mnterlnllic, for being largor tlicse take longer 1" coin- ing into being. It Is the small farmer and his wares that mint bu loaned alter In tha m'.xeil farming line, and it Is the iinal! or smaller farmor that will 1111 p the country and make the country nore prosperous. System will have to be evolved ill 10 marketing ot tho smaller products o obtain the very best results, and his should lead us into co-operation, vlifcli IB the very beat method for mulling the smaller products of the ivrm and them direct to onaumors at the least possible coat md with the least possible delay, Injures no one, for the gimeral tore or tho country store would prc- bo relieved of the 'biirdon of aklllK in produce In pay for Us wares mil taking tho chances ot euttliiR rid a( thorn at a profit. Co-operation could also tnlto euro of advanced mar- nnd prevent congestion. He- sides this the co-operative method en- ables tha standardizing ot the pro- luce the sorting of it and proper lacking so that It Is most attractive .0 the consumer. To moke our mixed farming pay we shall need at once the local market In our larger towns and cities, not only one market but city lot markets scattered about the different pre- cincts under proper supervision where consumers can buy vegetables, fruit, butter, fresh cheese or what not, de- livered by the producers fresh from the farms anfl Bold at a moderate price In the best possible condition. We are' behind In a" lbDSO matters nnd too many of us are too proud to do our marketing ourselves, so use the telephones anil pay accordingly. We should take some leaves ont-of tho books of other countries, becom- ing more thrifty and help, out tho farmers by buying direct from them. Perhaps the greatest channel of all be the Parcel Post or Parcel Ex- press. This parcel post has 'been growlr cost of shippine the Biiia 1 parce y i and tho mora r; :IOP that there are men, and good men, .son o. his CREATING NEW POSITIONS Ottawa, April Robert Rogers tonight gave notice of a re solution, providing that it is expedient to incorporate the National Gallery of Canada, and to 'transfer its pro- perty to and vest it in a hoard ol trusteen for tho government, .this board to be authorized to purchase pictures, statuary, works' of., art, etc. and to be remunerated. The gallery is now administered by the public jrks department on the advice o an advisory The corner stone was laid of a ne'w Methodist church in Tillsonburg, tc replace the one burnt on January 8 1912. specialize In Hvo stock and utliwj li.-ios, anil they are alive to value of advertising. This also means thoy liavt stand- urdlzc their products, so lluit tin- buyer cnn rely upon a steady supply of products of uniform quality. The United Slatos authorltloK are ilready making this possible iu tlu'lr parcel post operations by Introducing '.lie C. O. D. system. Just a post card sent to the city by the farmer ami a package corned out CX O. IJ.; Just a can! from tho city tfwcllPr to the farmer, and some fresh Imtter and CSBB go into town C. O. It. If the farmer sends in for a dozen yards cheese cloth ho knows that what lie orders will conic out-, it thn position Is reversed, the city dwolier would be just as sure what the butter and eggs will be like when they arrive. This IB just what of tho farm product means, ami" It should be just as reliable one way as the other. All that it needs is a com- plete change in our methods, rapid trnvistt at a lower rate, co-operation and method in marketing, with stan- dards lor everything that we can all go by. Under the C. O. U. system, Ihe farmer Is pretty sure to eel pay fir his products and the city dweller who sends the money for some butter and osgs will get the butter and OSRB. It the butter and eggs arc bad, the far- mer lose-i the trade, if good he in- creases his business. This later will leod us up lo great er postal banking facilities, but this is too great it subject to talie hold ol now in tho short time at our disposal but there is no good reason why tlie postal bank should not be adjunct to the parcel post, nnd would develop with it as postal 'bank cheques could bo used in payment tor goods. Considerahlo power has been left in the hands ot the United States Post master-General, in order that he cai amend conditions and make addition to 'the service In the interest of tli public, It having been recognized tha the making or lowering of rates an the changes in other lines are no legislative, but administrative- func- tions. This saves a great deal of time and rapidly helps to improve the system without subniitling of little changes to parliamentary procedure rind conseaitant 'delays. The development of business be- tween tho producer and consumer tll- rect will depend a good deal upon the 1 personal relations established. This has been factor in the devel- opment of tho business of raising and selling of pure-bred stock, and those have followed that game know that .It 13 fry -satisfaction given and guaranteed that customers are added I to the list, and the satisfied custom- are the beat advertisers for the j seller. Customers satisfied ure also I constantly coming back for some 1 more of the same product. Ay it is necessary for tile farmer to have a clientele in order to build himself up as a mixed farmer, it up to all of us to try and help r Hysa'iii IK Ibnl H hurts no l will tic. doing Mimclbiiig that lias ne-vt-r 'lone tK't'ore id this coun- try. As was by a tew, 'hi- tim'nctloii ol' the parcel post iu Rivat- tr volume at a lower rate has li'-vr such a BlKS-iitic sticci-ss In 'tho "frit thre-u mouths of 11s being In HIP lied .Stall's, that it hai not only conn! to slay for all time, but will bu in- crousi'il liy bounds until embraces far moro than it ,'iC.cs now. The first three mi-mils of par- ceil post service In the- I'nllwl Slates SIUVB dtmolifit.-atcd that tho rates might be cut In half, and It would still pay, and the size of thi; pan-el can bn increased far above the cloven j j In conclusion, let me say that it is my opinion that if the average farmer, would work to a common end, and In thn same manner us the breciloi of ure bred poultry, the breeder of igh-dnss milk cattle, Clyde horses, ure-bred sheep, or pigs, or what not, ml work along tho Hues ot having a tiuidard to work up to. nnd place tandaul articles on the mn.rl-.ut I" ood shape, tlic-ro would bo less com- plaint about finding markets and low irlces. We require uniform quantl- les of uniform quality in sufficient Iliantity to build up regular markets, and obtain thn best prices. And if such products were available In any sort of regularity at town or city lo- markets, or on farms where they jould be shipped by parcel post these troducts would sell. Old Friends and New Blup Ribbon Tea is making new friends every has never lost an old one. Once used it. is always the very good reason that no Ten. at any price, is ilM equal I'or and real economy. Where discriminative; taste applies, the choice must be Sold with n, "money-hack" guarantee J} MEANWHILE COMMITTEE WILL INVESTIGATE CHARGES AGAINST WHITNEY AND HANNA committee member, together "with Samuel Clark, of Northumberland. The new opposition appointees were Messrs. Elliott, Marshall, Monroe and -McQueen. Following the re-adjustment ot the committee. Sir James Whitney made the request that when the House ad- journiui today, it would not meet ag- in until Tuesday, May C. This was greed to. "We siill wish to avoid .any delay with not hn stated, UK an explanation for this lonK adjournment, the expectation being by that time the committee ivill havo completed its report, anfl bo ready to nmko SOHIQ recommimdation to tlia House. A CLERGYMAN DOES WRONG Calgary, April, O. W. who was In Calgary recently, was ri-stod today by tho police of Victoria., B.C.. an ho wns About to take pas- sage on a ship bound for Son Fran- cisco. With him was Mrs. Bella Ma-r- sliu.ll. a pretty Calgary woman, -whom he IB believed to havo induced lo elope 'with him. The arrest was made at the Instance of N. H. ahull, u Calgary contractor. Toronto, April changes wore made In tho personnel of tlio committee on privileges anil elections whioh is to consider the charges ag- ainst the Premier and the Provincial Secretary, wllon tho LosiBlaturo met this afternoon. In view of the fact that tho cabinet ministers in tho com- mittee all had refused to serve. Sir James Whitney announced the new government appointees as Messrs. McKeovvn, Morel, McCTco, Ferguson and Preston. Two resignations from the commit- tee on tho opposition side wero an- nounced by Mr. Rowoll: Mr. Proud- foot, who pressed the charge, had signified his desire to -retire as a Southern Alberta ot ours but have abandoned It because they could not get their produce from sarden o the city con3umer t a cost. Think what a check this is OUT development. The means the bringing into m rect communication the krme? gardner and the of fresh produce could be made up m the couutfjr_and shipped by post rect to any house-.u or citl.ai rivins in first class condition m rapid time. .This wouid be a .tjmalo. to development m many Ime, at Depots will Jtave to be erected in our smaller towns in charge of co-op- erative institutions, where eggs could be collected and such like farm pro- duce, sorted, repacked and mailed to customers. Or hampers of mixed pro- ducts could be made up for city dwell- ers and unfilled. The parcerpoat i not be called upon to handle large jduantitieB, for 'the town dweller will I want constant supplies of farm i dnee in small quantities and strictly i fresh. AB the business develops rates will fall, -the mailing of the I smaller parcel will aid the develop intent of the rural delivery, probably AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 629 5th St. South (Round Streot) on APRIL 28th AT 1.30 SHARP Instructed liy the owner, who is leaving the city, T will soli the following without reserve: ParJor Suite Mahogany Centre Tables JX'i vcnporf: ISasy chairs evpral -rockers, rass Mounted Beds pnnss and Mattresses riiEocr :md stand. i pets, OMc nidyboard t of Oak Dliicry 1 Extension Table 1 C'.iiffionier QyantlLy of linoleum. 1 Refrigerator 'J Kitchen tables 1 Kitchen cupboard Kitchen cabinet Gram a phono Quantity of: silverware Dishes, kitchen utensils 1 Pot lamb .And numy nihcr articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH W. L, WILSON, Auct. from the farm at a cost that would malce them available. The 'greatest trouble with our pres- ent system, or want of system, is the waste of it all, for there is, as a rule enough going to waste in Alberta to mate quite a difference in the general j about by poor marketing methods and the high cost of transportation not only in Alberta, but all over Canada. If the city dweller could order of dressed fo-wls or a dozen eggs from a farmer friend, to be sent at once by post at a-cheap rate, it would nol only be a great convenience to the M eller in the city, but would soon be a great source profit to the farmer, increasing the trade by leaps and bound's. Now 'this brings us to another matter that "requires to bo taken up by the farmer. The gen- eral rule, is the one business man that does not spend any money ta pJace his wares before his customers. The introduction of cheaper parcol post woult1 necessitate this and the method has 'been in practice for time by the breeder of pure-bred stock, poultry, fruit, etc. In the farming and country papers we. read maiiv advarUnameiUs of those who is limited, and a doubtful quantity The more we study the parcel pos and its possibilities, the greater thi subject becomes. It, smoothes ou BO many tangles; opens up so many new channels, and leads us on uati we are in. danger of being too eut And the great advantage o The Wires All Carry The Saiae kind of salt on Uic table You must use salt In you cooking aud baking. Arc you using Uic bes salt-WlNDSOR TAJ9LE SALT?