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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday, April 25, THE LETIIBIUPGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 RESOLUTIONS PAS3ED AT THE CONVENTION URGING SOME VERY IMPORTANT CHANGES T1.0 Mixed Funning convention Is ovor. Although tlio attendance was not whfit was anticipated by all the addresses wore well given and gratolully reoaived, anO in1 jitirpose arid effect this, tho first con- vontlon in the interests ot mixed funning, wider and tho r.on- Borvatlon of abll' fertility, will yo rfo-vvn In history aa :m uiuiuaUtlod and Ki-aud auueesa. H'a Influence will tmid to fcir-raors throughout -the continent, und tho roBolutloua adopt- ed will represent tangible results at- Rained, and bo tho means of righting any unsatisfactory conditions now ex- latliiK. At tho close of tho BOHBIOIIH tlm following TGBolutlons were pass- ed: Credit Banks Tlte following resolution reported by tho committee' on improved 'ImnH- iiig system. Prof. W. J. Rutherford, W. D. Finloy and P. P. Wooilbrldgi w.ia moved Lincoln H. Jellff Italey, and seconded liy A. Jlo lonsli of Lunilbrccfc, and unanimously adopted: Whereas tlio government is incjuli ins into the tanking system with th evident purport of endeavoring certain remedies to meat th repeated demands ot the tanners o Canada, and Wherens existing banking facilities are entirely inndcnuuto for tho pro liov. and reaionablo financial accom moctatlon of the' farmer and the con dltton'thus wfnted to retard and discourage Uie adoption of mlxud farming methods and the proper do- vclojimont of tan. agricultural resour- ces ot Southern A'.hOTta, therefore be It Resolved; 'that -this convention, th first Mixed Farming Convention held in Alberta, and -representing farmers, hoards of trade and various other bodies. appreciating and com- mending any movement In the dlrac tlon of Improvement of our present Banlt Act. boiioVeV that really eftic lent rollot to'iiie'bxiating diftlGultie experienced by tho farmer in obtain Ing needed financial assistance cai iicst bu met by the legalization of thi Co-oneraUvo Credit Societies similar to those which have been so success fill in Europe and India, and be it fur ther Resolved, thnt a copy of thaio solutions be- forwarded to Domin ion {loverrvment at Ottawa and tho Provincial government at Edmonton lor their consideration. Profitable Marketing Whereas, the necessity Jia3 "to provide in ample season a porman ent method of marketing at a profi to the producer of tlia products o the (arms in Southern Alberta be cause of the rapid increase In mUei fanning operations, and Whereas, tho present marketln through retailers lii all small towns and Jobbers 'In the larger cities ar insufficient to handle only a sma portion of the present output ot on fawns, and Whereas the ratall merchants tue smaller towns and cities, and th ALBERTA SADDLERY CO., Ltd. See our Specials in Buggy Harness Nickel and Black Trimmings TWO STORES 210 Fifth Street 306 fifth Street Pure Clean Economical TeaasausoautoSy fe cleanly pragasrati, It costs no than ordinary Teas. In italvd pnobAlu 000 BLAQK, BIIBEN AND MIXED. holcfi.ilers jobbers In larger laces Inclined to pay 'tho lowest lo purchase price for farm pro- uctfl ami dispose of thorn at tho Ich'Ht margin profit that the trade 111 submtt to, and, -tlio 1'annor Js often uu- bio to BiUiafiictorlly murktil note under such coudftions, -which to dally ffettins mcro se- ero upon Itlm financially, anU otfcov- 'lne, WherciiB ihcra In a vast demand lor hoso prvtluiSs in ovevy large city in VeHtern Canada, and that it in now let through tlio Importation. In. turn- red ton quantities of huUer urom Tew Zealand, stca-niHiilp loads of beof nd mutton, train loads ot hoga and .oef cattlo, and carloads of oh'K9, ;oll as other farm products It: vast uantitlea -to tho detriment of inul In GEORGE GREEN GIVES REASONS TO SHOW BENEFITS OF TERMINAL ELEVATORS As JL result of thft excellent ad- tlrcKs by Mr. G .W. Grec.n, chairman of milling section ot the Loth- Board ol1 Trade, and manager of Mm KHIson mills, at the conven- tion ycHtfrilayv the resolution was urging the locution of an hi- nisi elevator here. In bis jiddroHs Mr. Green eaitl: "To fin-nusr's losses In JppiiiK to Fort terminals, I 'will eito two "Wo shipped from Raymond, Octo- ber N'o. '10700, supposed to bushels of wheat No. 3 Northern. "Inspected Novembor 5, graded No. Northern, per cent, dockage. "Cur weighed conlala- td pounds. Paid freight ou pounds at 2-1 cents, 322 husiiels 10 ctual discrlmiimtiou the In- ovests of agriculture and its future evelopmont In Southern Alburta, tho gruiitoat pronpccttve produclns BOC- ion of Western Canada In diversified arm products, and this the ilgli freight Tales, the irofits arid tlio marRiiiB of the alor, commlflHlon man and retailor, horoforo bo It Kcoolrocl, that wo in Uie first 'arming Convention over hold, in as- omblage at Lot abridge in Southern ilberta, this 2-lth day of April, 1913, o advocate and urge tlie estabUsh- noni of improvL-u-iisarkotlng condl- Ions which will permit, of- .near belns brought into closer con- act with the consumer; and that wo eoommond that an Independent eom- sion ot tlvo bo appointed by the Chairman uno tleHboraffon, as the Mixed Farming and intfiroata of Southern Al- herta; and ho It JlQBOlvod, that the couimlflalon he empowered in its" to o-- tabllsh a centralized market or mar- iota, aud that WR recommend that nil 'armors and all boards ot trade, in Southern their heart- ,est co-ojioratlon and assistance to iho commission, with tho expectation hat at leaat on such centralized mar- It et shall be established within six months. General Vote of Moved by A. 'McCuUough, l.und- -seconded by B. S. dnJe, and L. H, Jelfff, Raley: Resolved, that Iho Mixed Farming Oonvontlon In aesalon In Lethbridgo, "Was paid' for pounds. "In tho car thorn were, pounds nl 2-4 caiit-a, "Short weieht, pounds at 24 cents, "Totdl freight, on screenings, "Wo skipped from Magrath, Movqra ber Ifi, (sir No. supposed to cajituJn No. I Red, Jts record fol- lows: "Inspected December 7, graded No. 3 Northern 'tough.' "Weighed Documbor 12, contained busholB. S7.C50 pounds. "On which wo paid freight at uentB, "Received pay Eor bushels, "Dockage amounted to "Those are only two cases, but t believe they show that Uie shipper pays tho freight on tho screenings, for which ho gets no benefit. 1 firmly be- lievo this excess ciuirgo averages at least an averape of a car, which It weighed and inspected hero, would be saved to the fanner, The Saving "It we ship ten thousand cars, a year from Alberta, the 6fi Ing would bo saved to tha fa mer. etieb yenr on screonlnss and aliorr. 'weight. "Btjeldes this there tiro thonsamli cE cars from EuTniera am elevfitcrs on wlilc-li weight. iiro not known ai tlmo of Ehlp lofises tire incurred en route, am shippers cannot, or do aot reiioivi any adjustment. This loss cannot b' but with internal elevators uwned BBil by the govern ment, al! this would be eliminated and would be a direct saving to farm or and producer, other savings can be mad holding wheat back to arivantag (his 23rd and 84th.dayfl of April, ns of litgher markets ut home or vi tho progressive farmers from tho dIE- western route. ferent parts of the province of At- bsrta, 'ivia'b at the conclusion of this sesaion to extend n voto thanks to "Keeping grain at home If grade were not up to expectations Man cars have been chipped to Fort Wl the Associate Boards of Trade of, Ham, and when grade was estahlls] Southern Alberta, the various boards ed shipper would have been better of of trade affiliated the Letb- to have kept the grain at home. bridge Herald, the News, the -mayor and city council and citizens of Letb- brldge for their kind and courteous treatment shown us on this. occasion and wish sincerely the continued suc- cess of this good work now begun. SEVEN PERSONS REAL ESTATE DEAL AIRED BEFORE' HARVEY Medicine Hat, Alta., 'April 34.All charges of conspiracy, ialse prfitaiic- and Forgery against Donald Doug- las Fitzgerald, real estate and" elec- tric trolley line promoter, were dis- missed today by-Chief-Justice Har- vey in the supremo, court. Plea a stay oJ proceedings was entered by tho crown in the case of John Prank Bending, who was the alleged con- spirator, with Fitzgerald. The charg- es arose out o? land deals .whereby Fitzgerald and Bending were buying large tracts of land from farmers in Seven Persons district, south at Me- dicine Hat. According to the evi- dence Bending bought the laad from farmers under agreement by which payment extended over six years, but farmers were assured they would. cash in hill and that the form of agreement used was necessary in or- der that Fitzgerald might use tliem "to raise money in New York to lend Bending to pay cash- Bending and Fitzgerald fell out as the former re- Suscd to give personal security for the amounts of the purchases and without this Fitzgerald refused to pay the money. The case occupied nearly three days- Fitzgerald was ac- quitted. PILES CURED IN S. TO 14 DAYS Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OtNTM ISN'T to cure any case oE Itching, Blind, Blui'dmg, or Protruding I'ilys iu fi to H ihiys. 50c. "As In the case of Mr. J. H. lifCe, who sold wheat that only nette him 35 cents, per bushel. Avhicli ne ted him a loss of Had b but known grades or price that h might havfc received, he could hav fec0t the grain at home and got a -pr fit of 10 ib 15 bushels. "Tims a person could go on all da citing similar' cases, going to aho the Immense benefits farmers ca obtain in having Internal terminal e cvators established in Alberta, wher grades and weights can be establi" cd before tlie wheat has'gone out our reach, arid where a farmer oa have it returned to his farm, does not realize a'fai-r price." GAMBLING CASE.RESULTS IN Wl FOR 'OKOWN SENTENCE WAS DEFERRED The Ilex. vs. Beardsle went to the jury at 0-15 last evenii and it was not until quarter to se civ that a verdict was arrived In reply to the clerk of the court, C H. Bovine, foreman, declaml f Beardsley guilty. of the charp brought against, him. His Lordsh deierred sentence until tbe close the present sitting.' Prisoner, had been-out on nail, is now in. t: custody ol the Mounted Police.- THE 'HAT'S STREET RAU.WA Medicine Hat, April stre 'railway agreement Between the .cl and Sir MaJc Altken has been sign up, aud will be submitted -to the bu on Moy 22. Miss Florence Snarr, of Toron who this wniik completed ber cotir of training is the tint nurse to graduated i'rom tiic Cobourg hosnit. Saturday MONEY FOR THE A Picked Company of 20 Men's Suits for Men and Young Men Picked because they were down to one size. There aro ncal Mixtures, Twcpds or Worsteds; pin in navy sevges. Usual values. Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses in the Ready-to-Wear Section Buffet Cloth, 3oc, Yard Pamnak Shamrock pattern, 22 Inches wlda; Uuuul 50c value Bed Spreads, Semothlnff new; A fine Dimity Siwond, per- fectly plain; lanndrloa beautifully; usual Linen Crash, lOc yard Usual 15c Value Huck Towels, 15c Daroaak Border, or plain colored border Huckaback Towelling', 1Bc Yard Bed .Spreads, 95c. Fine Honeycomb Spreads, fringed; usual ?1.25 value. Sheets, Unual value; 72 x 85. Pillow Cases, Of CJood Cambric. Usual U5c; 42 x 4-1 inches. MEN'S KHAKI SHIRTS, The strongest work shirt, made of henry drill finished with t-so pockets and reversible collar; S2.50 value. WOMEN'S CAMBRIC NIGHT- GOWNS, 85c. Fine Cambric Gowns, laca edged sleeves; V-aJiaped yoke, Iftce and embroidery tvimmed; medallion centre, n.- value ?1.15. WOMEN'S PARASOLS, (We shall have rain.) Just at the mason when you are likely to need one; a strong eight Tib iframo, steel handles, eroolt or straight, with neat metal ornaments; Ulp of cloth, of extra Bearing quality. Usual S1.75 value. WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE; 15c. 3 Pair fast black, throe-ply toes ami heels. MEN'S KHAKI TROUSERS, ?1.75 -A fine woll worth the onllnary prlce, ?S.2o. Heavy English drill finished 'with belt loops, Hide poc- kets, and clotli holt. Deep turned up cuffs. BOYS' RIBBED HOSE, 25c a Pair Well worth 3ae a palp. A Btroni; durable Unit Hoso of great wear- Ing: finality; all serges; fast black. WASH WAISTS, Of 1'lno quality lawn, luce trim- med sleeve, lacft trimmed collar and centre neat crocheted. But- tons add elegance to those dain- tiest of waists. 52.00 values. DAINTY SWISS EMBROIDERIES 20 PER CENT Oi-F I'Biuil pricco. Wide HouncingH. edgings and insertions, headinga, etc. MAGRATH Magralb, April Mutual Jmprayement association held their last conjoint session last Sunday evening, the Young Men's associa- tion having completed their season's lourac, is discontinued until the fall. The young ladies will continue to hold meetings during the summer. To give the young men pleasant roe-, mol'ies of-ihs-psst season the young laddies are giving a farewell ball in the Electric Theatre on Friday .even- ing next. Refreshments will Tie serv- ed and a very good time is promised to all who attend. All are given n cordial invitation aid it is expected to lie the event ol 'the season. In preparation for the big athletic meet to tie held in Raymond on May 26th the young lad'ies are also prac- tising volley ball, in which they are going 4o compete. The young men, under the coaching of E. Bonnion, are expecting to put a good track team Into the events and will make a good showing. A Tviii uiau ua colored LAXATIVES are entirely different from others both in (Nslr compost" Uori and thtlt evacuation without purging or discomfort, 25c. a box at your druggist's. in-the debate which -takes.piano in the morning ot the meet. We are very glad to report that Henry 'who had his leg amputated, is getting along very nicely. Expert care and a good con- stitution has helpe.d htm from' a bad condition and he is a very Cheerful and hopeful mood. One case of measles is reported iu town'. Mrs. J. A. Pasniussen, wife of Postmaster Rasmuasen, white return- ing from Idaho, where she had been visiting her parents, caine In contact with the disease in some way. Upon bar arrival boms her daughter was taken doyvn. It 13 a mild case nnd there is not oniicli likelihood of it spreading. The Magratn Club, since the install- ing of the "Baby Grand" pool table has taken quite a cosmopolitan' at- mosphere. Another room has beea rented for a reading room and it is possible for the members to spend their leisure .hoiirs with profit and pleasure. New members have been admitted and the organizers of 'the club are to be congratulated on -found- lug a place the young men can find such an assortment of attrac- tions, Mayor Ririo is in Great Palls on business and it JB likely that the re- gular ton-n council .meeting teat was to be held tonight. will be postponed. A ride through this district does the heart good. The Hall grain is looking fine apd there is a great deal of spring grain beiog put in. It is a good country and the farmers con.- tlnqe to trust in it as is demonstrat- ed by the amount of work that is be- ing done. .lames Anderson recently sold 80 acres of land about five wiles south j ot aiagralh to Ackj-oyd Bros., for er acre. Among Lethbridge visitors this week are G. W. Heathersbaw and Ben JIatkln. Sarah A. Mercer and .Gayelle Mark- Joy, of (lie presidency of the Relief Society of the Taylor Stake, attended the funeral In Cards-ton on Sunday last of Jane Hinman, president ot the society In the Alberta Stake. It is understood that there 11 be ui-to a niim'ber of men from Wash- ington Stats invest in this district this summer- NSW DREADNOUGHT LAUNCHED Naples, April new Italian Dreadnought, the Duilio, was launch- ed today at the navy yard Castella Marie, in the presence of'the King and Queen. Queen Helena, ed the vessel amid of an Immense crowd. Gideon King was droiraed while driving Across a bridge owing to Us having beea weakened by the rise .pf water caused by dynamiting of a dam on the Napanee, river at Hlncb.- inbrooke. causes run-down health and sickness. Scott's Emulsion and rest are needed, but SCOTT'S EMULSION is more important because it, enriches the blood, nourishes the body and restores strength, vigor and immediate energy without interrupting daily Scoff Emulsion drives out colds and strengthens the lungs. SCOTT St'BowNK, TORONTO, ONTASife. iW? ;