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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, AiHil25,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 a' if / The Bohl) of the Olive V V Vlttucci's Virgin 0 0 OLIVE OIL is the gentle flr8t pressing of the best ripe olives grown in Noi'-thern Italy. Bottled or tinned where the Oil Is made insures you the GENUINE ivithout fear of being tampered with. V. V. O. O. is delicious (or salads; betters the food cooked in It; is a body builder and a complexion beautifier. Write For Our Free Cook Book . JohnVittucci Co. Exclusive ilmporters Vancouver Seattle B. C. Wash. Local Jobbers Campbell, Wilson & Home, Ltd. MR. W. J. LLOYD GAVE THOUGHT FUL AND PRACTICAL ADDRESS AT CONVENTION SIR WILLIAM MEREDITH ; Of. Ontario High Court SIX.' MONTHS FOR FORGERY Medicine Hat, April 24.-A. M. Thurm -wasglven a six monthB' sent' oace today by Chlet Justice Harvey, on a charge of fcrgerry. His was" the only conviction of the long ILst qn the coui-t docket. D. D. Fitzgerald was freed of nine counts of forgery, conspiracy and fraud. His was the last case. He Likes It Caldwell's Molasses Meal FOR YOUR STOCK T,he oiily pure cano molasses maal in Canada. Becommeaded by feed experts. Uneaualled for putting stock in condition quickly. Improves digestion. To introd'uoo this famous meal in Southern Alberta, we' will send: , 200 lbs. :......... .$ 8.00 800 lbs.......... $19.00 Ail charges paid. J. C. Hanrahan Feed Merchant, Athletic Park, Phone 349 Lethbridge Alberta, We Recoinmend ,2 lots ISth Street North. \ $525.00 Each iVI.SO- '\3 lots 13th Street'North. \ $600 each-^Tervns" V; HOUSES TO RENT The Bowsley - Mulhern Land Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. Mr. Chairman, Ladies' and Gentlemen:-Tho suggestion that'we should have established grades of hay and straw and an inspection system, is In keeping with, the desire of mixed farmers to adopt the most efficient methods in marketing the products of the mixed farm. I will not attempt to deal with the matter of the wisdom or otherwise of growing hay for export. We do j;row It, and in most parts of this province at least we have found it a more profitable and .more, dependable crop than wheat, always provided that we can reacti a fair market. Until recently we have had that market riglit at home or .so near home that it was easily reached. In cases oi: misunderstanding as to guality of hay supplied, shlppef and consumer could usually arrange to meet, Inspect the hay together and adjust their differences. It was not always satisfactory and it was always a wasteful method, still we could get along. Now all this is changed. We are growing more hay than we can �feed and more than we wieh 'to feed. We know that, British Columbia imports large quantities of :hay-moro than we can hope to supply for some yeara to come-and we liaturally turn to H. C. with our surplus. There wo find competition frora the south. We find consumers accustomed to a high grade hay and to grsttiug just what they order, not once in Efwhile, not nine times out of ten, but ten times out of ten and one hundred times out of one hundred. T re'dently canvassed a customer in Nelson who lias imported four hundred cars of American liay  during the past two years without having to make one complaint as to Ouality. That, Mr. Chairman,, is the kind of competition, we meet in British Columbia and I submit that in order to meet it ,we must have a better system of grading and inspecting �the hay than we have, at, the presBn't timfe. . Mr. Stevens spoke yesterday of the frailties, of .human; nature,; 1 want to thank'Kim for'that word.' \'m afraid I have' spmetimes nsed a stronger one on finding a. car of ]o\v grade hay shipped to a high grade custome.r. Perhaps it was only a frailty. In fact I should not be surprised if It was merely a �matter'of not knowing -wiiat No. One as apiplied to hay means, and ,'when yod come to Uilnk of i't, even after furnishing; a man 'with all possible information as to what the buyer expects when ha orders' a. particular grade of hay, it- isn't reasonable to ask a man to pass-judgment on - his o'wn. prOj^ucJ.-, ?^ _; If each owner �w 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; see the "German Menace"; see the Mighty Dreadnoughts Building month by month; see Just what the Empire h^avy Means to Canada. * ' 1   Fop this Special Engagement f^mt Admission ^� ^'-c'-Hri^Dl7lN ioc. 25c ^VHERE Ieverybooy; .GOES T O D A Y A N D OUR ATTRACTIVE WEEK-END PROGRAM "HER DREAMS OF YESTERDAY" A STRONG DRAMA of Love and Adventure-Full of Hum�n Pathos and Sweetnesf. "A HARLEQUINADE LET LOOSE" A ROARING COMEDY, Direct from Good Old London. BRING THF. KIDDIES to see the Pantomlne Favorites. "THE CHANGELING" With the Thanhousep Kid In a "Dual Personality" Role-IT'S GREAT. "ON MOUNT ST. GOTHARD" 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 BELL-IN MONOLOGUE AND SONG T O M O R R O W The Very Best Week-end Program We Have Ever Secured. Every Film a Feature FATAL WRECK OF REAL ESTATE TRAIN NEAR MONTREAL Guide The Sunday excursion tram which was wrecked near Montreal, when eight people were killed and thirteen injured Many whiskies are adyertlBed as The ""Best hut no proof is given. � The quotations 'In trade papers prove the best is JOHN JAMESON'S. . JohnJamesoil^ You owe it to your liealihanii intelligence to seek the bast in beyerages as wall as in food. legislation will have ta.be passed be? fore they will have power to "aot. I have some extra copi&s of proposed grades liere, a,nd they have been widely published. Tliey are as you know only tentative and we would be glad to have as many, suggestions as possible from all parti^ interested. Take these home; with you and look them over at your leisure and ibe prepared when the opportunity offers to make a stand-up, kneclv-down and drag:-out fight with uB for the estabiisliing of the grades and the appointment of competent inspectors.' There is a good deal nio.re to be said on this subject, but I have been asked to deal, with another-one not down on the program and so must pass on. A good deal has been said during thi^ 'conven'tibn' about co-qperatlon, and I havo been asked to give a iirief outline of the work undertaken by our, co-operative fmpany, Fa'rni Products, Ltd. 'J'o begin at the beginning, a ;nuin-:ber'of us who grow a good deifl of hay, pai'ticularly , alfalfa, for' sale,' w^'re, unable to find a niarket in^ 1J>11 and were compelled ito carry a' coh-ElderabJQ a'raount of hdy over the summer dt 1912. About the middle of last !sunimer market conditions Jook-�d 'bad, in fact worse than the year before, and we felt sure that we would be agalii unable 'to sell our hay alt a profit. We' felt that our wholesale deal6rs"^vere .liot developing � a'n. outside market as' fast as weshbuldiike, so we decided to Set in and' take a hand' in the. game ourselves, A number of U.S, 'some t'wehty-ftve in ail,"'all hay or vegetable growers, obtained a charter .under the Joint Stoclc, Companies-A^t and started, business. We act only as agents for ourmemhers, getting them the best; price we can, taking- care of all oollections, paying cash down for all produce shipped aud retaining a commission of one;dollar per ton. Where we get orders that members cannot Jill, we of course get the produce wherever we can, so as to talcc care of'our cus'tomens. '" � , oiir biggest concern when we organized was the sale of our al-falfa. On account of the late rains 'thousands of tons of oaty did not ripen but were out. for oat hay and went On tlie market in competition with our . alfalfa, thus even fUfther reducing the price which consumers would pay. Still, by looking for' the right customer, for the most part,the,B.',G, flatryiman,'-we;were ahio to sell.all tho No. One alfalfathat offered, at from .?13 to 5.13.50 per ton f.o.h. shi&ping point; and not onlv that, but we ba.ve built up a connection to which ;we:will be able 16' sell, an oven,,larger oua'ii-tlty during the present year and iWit$ a good deal less .expense-though to date, the commission charged has'met till expenses and left a balEmce on i the great lessons to he learned from ' Britain's wonderful heritage ot pow- . er over the seas of the globe. PopUrV',;-� lar prices have been agreed upon, srf v s %, realis'tlo pageant of Britain's glorious first line of defenOe. " Monarch Theatre , . ' On account of the excellence'of the'4:;,,TO�i^4*.�^ tloned feature was thoroughly ' enjoyed last night by a goodly audU/ ^ ence and a bumper house is expected, \ I'i agal'U tonight. Tuesday, A(pril 29, win surely he a p->d-letter day In. th'd . history of the Monarch. 'On thl�'datp,-the iJxceKlor Male Voice ChoIr/'fflil''-J^ appear. This organlration has' cre-;\f'I ated for Itself an enviable rei�utatlqa^fl,'.'''r* and as It will render *>r this ^ocW,;;,,^ slon entirely new muBlc, a meet'.'eH;''!;.?} joyable time Is assured evwybody!, Keep the date in inlnd, and watch,'-the Plerald for farther. annQiucM'':�:|^j mentB. '  ^,'>'"'4'i __, SUING THE UNION ' '' Winiuipeg, April 24.-A Biatemeij^'J of claim has been filed .in the colH:t4;*']| of King's Bench' In which the Master^ Painters ask damages of $25,000' ftjr, injury alleged to have been dood thejr^ ^ business by the picketing methods' Ol.f' the striking painters. ' ARCHBISHOP, OF CANTERBURY ^ RIpht Reverend Dr. Davidson, Arish-bishop of Canterbury and PrImata of AINEngland, who celebrated his 66th birthday on April ,rth. Over half of all Sickness Caused ' by clogged up weakened Kidneys HUNDREDS ARE SUFFERING WITH KIDNEY TROUBLE ANO;, DON'T KNOW IT. BACKACHE; BLADDER DISORDER, AND RHEUMATISM ARE THE RESULT. It is a well recognized fact among physicians today, that the greaiter .part of all sickness can be avoided by keeping the , kidneys working properly. This is even more important than for the bowels to move re^larly,: hecause, the Itldneys' and bladder, are the : fllterers and sewers of the body. It you ; suffer'wi'tli pains in-the back or*' sides, bladder: or. urinary dlsor^ dera, lumbago;; i'heumati8m> alz^ ziness; puffy swellings under tlie cyes or in the feet and ankles, nervousness, tired and worn-out ; feeling, or,any, kind.Qt the many ,. other, symptoms of kidney trouble, don't neglect yourself another:' day a.nd run the risk 'Of serious complications. Se-' cute an'os'lginal package oi Crox-one, which costs but a trifle, take three doses a day, for a, "few. days, and you will be sup- , prised- how entirely different  you will feel, ' Croxone euros the very worst cases because it removes the cause of sucdi troubles. It soaks right :)n and cleans out the kidneys and makes them filter out all the poisonous waste matter and uric acid that lodges in the, loints and muscles, causing rheu-'?,, ma'tiam; soothes and heals the,'' bladder and quickly, effects a? i cure, '.v , - ; It is-the most wonderful rem-:i edy ever made for the purpose.!' You will find it entirely, differ-;.' ent from anything else''ybu have;'/' used. There is nothing else op, earth to compare with It. It matters not how old you-are. or*' how long ypu have suffered, the,'.: very principle of Groxone is Buchys that it is practically Impofi^lblefs^ to .tt^ke.It: Intothe Ijuman �sys^i' tem without results. ' Yoji .con, secure an .-ori^Inalf' paokpge, of - ,Qroxone .t!f,OTa^,jRiil;f* first class drug store; A1|;(;h1j^p' gists are authorized 'tp.-perwi ally return the-pui;chaae''^pifjp�.'l Croxohei fails (toglye: ttie;;aej' rfisCilte the very rfh'BlfStlme^' B3.+/C ;