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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HKKALD BACKACHE NOT A DISEASE But a a Danger Sig nal Which Every Woman Should ii symptom of organic WenkiMBJ or If you have backache dont naglect it To get relief you must reach the root of the Read about Wood tHs Mortons raftered two yean with female my health was very bad and I had a continual The Grain Commissioners Hear an Excellent Case Continuedfrom trout Die Central Point Ives then submitted a map ui Southern Alberta showing the vari ous railway lines over which wheat is routed which must through which holds the position of an assembly All wheat west ni the Crows on the and us far north as High on the Aldcrsyde line as far us From th t and the is necessar ly routed through Hav ng set forth the position Lethbridge j the mnay Mays that occur at lres enl in the Winnipeg Lethhridge should also be un order point where the producer could consign his and teccive the lioneiit of bids from The crop report for districts 1 io 10 us compiled by government i reports is as follows a meals victuals without my nearly killing ami I would have such dragging sensa tions I could hardly bear it I had sore ness in each could not stand tight and was I was com pletely run On advice I took Lydia Piukhams Vegetable Com pound and am enjoying good It is now more than two years and I have not had an ache or pain I do my own washing and everything and never have backache think your medicine is grand aid I it to all If you think mj testimony will help others you may pub lish QLUE Mor tons 1 If you the slijrhteifc donh LydJtt Ptnkhaius Vejreta hlc Compound will write lo Medicine Co j confidential for ad Tour letter will opened iread and answered by a tend haJd in strict backache which wna j ftniovs in relation to the simply 1 could on my feet long enough to cook Ives went on to show tlir advantages which the creation ot an inspection point here would bring the of CongostUm For several years it has btiii ap parent to western shippers that there has been much congestion in the Win nipeg yards and consequent delay in The average time between FreckleFace New Remedy That Removes or Nothing Heres a chance Hiss Freckle Paee to try a new remedy for freakJes with the guarantee of a reliable dealer that it will not cost you a penny unices it re moves the while It it does give you a clear complex the expense Simply get an ounce of othine douWe strength from Hig onboham and one nights treatment will show you how easy it is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beautiful Rarely is more than one ourice needed for the worst case Be sure to ask for the double strength othine as this is the only prescription aold under a guarantee of money back if it fails to remove Higiubotham Bushels 1907 IMS IfllO I 11 estimated mil estimaledji j Now this shows a steady and taking Idl2 as a basis and al lowing 50 per of crop to would infau upwards o 000 and with an inspection charge oi 50 cents per car would mean a revenue of for the lib ridge ami if charges were added it would moan PIT Now in conclusion we would say that we believe that a pretty fair of fice could be maintained on this amount of ami besides it be the means oi benefitting the producer by giving him quick inspec date of shipment of western grain and date of inspection is about fifteen and in a number of instances it has reached forty i cite in stances as follows Jones A Dill report 14 to 60 Cardston Mill reports 30 to 00 days Ellison Mill reports 1 to tiO Others report similar There if the average is fifteen days in and if some cars ate forty it must be apparent that UPS tern shippers are seriously handicap ped and are buying of cars before they even know the official grade of a single To illustrate Suppose an elevator using ordinary j care and good judgment and buying usual of grain offered at the beginning of the season which is about two cars per day would have thirty or forty cars bought before the J J talk to his then lie first car had reached an inspection point if the elevator has missed IMPOSSIBLE TO HELP MY KIDNEYS Used Fruitatlnes Worlds Greatest Kidney Cure Practically everybody in Toronto Professor the elite of that city has token lessons from Davis in the art of Dimciugaud constant activity gradually ened his which calamity threatened to make him But read Davis 563 CHURCH DHCRMUER 1911 I want to say that FruitaUves is r only And lins been for the past five Previous to I had been with JRheumntisiu and Kidnev and had taken many remedies without satisfactory Noticing the advertisements of Fririi atives I adopted this treatment and as everyone I am have been since taking Fruit the best of If Rheumatism or Kidnev Trouble is making you take Fniita ives and get 500 a 6 for trial At all dealers or sent on receiptot pricf sioii in I found some curious problems in owing to the fact that Kansas is a winter wheat Although the State Is not on and as all expenses are charged 1 the water at there are great as sembly elevators where winter wheat is shipped and stored ami then re I shipped to all parts of the Southern Alberta is the winter wheat growing region of the and I think that special attention might be given It on this The winter wheat growing industry might well be The local consumption of Southern j Albertas crop was another matter on wlutw wheat whea IB one of the bout milling whouttt ii the but not fall treatment in comparison with the hnrd Bprlnf Alberta wheat In and he bulluved Unit grading should bo HO governed that those characteristics might be taken Into AH a practi cal farmer he urged the Hoard of Grain Commissioners to make Lcth brldge an Inspection The cast em provinces ilwve enough advantages In being closer to water Give the province ofAlberta the bene fit of inupectlon at and he was sure that the farmers would benefit by several cents per Chairman Magill then expressed Iho difficulty which they had to tulco Into Since 1909 It had been the policy of the government not to create any more Inspection They now had to show good reason why that policy should be and also that It would be practicable to change Harvesting Work Delayed S T A R L A N D A PROGRAM THAT COMMANDS ATTENTION AS TOLD iiV HMNimS Our Big MidWeek Greatest Indian Production of the A delightful pei 5 jvutsi of LOVE STRATEGY TEACHING A LI AH A Riotous KolllcUlng Uoarliig of MISS AGNES ERROL Will Sing CONSOLATION SPECIAL pictures aro now the efibw ol owing io our bniiHliiew you S T A R L A N D Continued from front io the we Relieve that fie is entitled to the very best sonice in was the case ni ihc Board of Ives ilso Hntt ed out the producer nl ays suspicious of an inspection mado 0 I or 800 miles away from the poitib IF this obstacle could le removed so that the producer r be within a feuhours reach of j inspection and if the farmers j Heavy Rains at Yorkton ing operations would have been erai inthis district commencing yes terday hart the weather Everywhere large acreages of wheat and oats arc ready for the but heavy and frequent rains prevent fanners commencing Rain fell Friday Saturday night and Sunday afternoon and an eighthour rain fell Har vesting operations will he delayed two daysat least as a Situation at Boisscvain has been delayed bv wet I could he put better position to which the commissioners required ev The following points with and their consumption annually there would have to be some senous j MAY GO TO BOMBAY to a fctatement published in a Sydney news Lord governor of jKew South atthe expiration of office will sue Sir Clark as Governor of 1 K eaeollnc launch drifted into the JCoUau raplda on the jrad fourteen wotnen passengers were strioken till the fflen In charge f ofc out of tie grade on fifteen cars at the prevail ig spread of tlic loss would Lvc Producers consign cars to Fort Wil withtheir bills of o to es of 75 to 90 per of values and requently have had to take 50 per advance because the grain was iot and they have to wait hree to six weeks for With vcstern inspection the producer coiild ealize the usual and leg thnate ad ice he is entitled of Inspection If the grain is inspected at Leth objection entered on the part f lie government if the inspection loint were to be not The Western Outlet He also pointed out if an in were given bushels Bay the bank for the usual wcrc it i would likely lead to the eslablisu meat of a drying plaut which wouht reliftVc the congestion along the Hue at the lake It would encourage the milling interests Southern Before concluding he also attention of the commissioners io vhe fact that within a few years it vas hoped that a large volume of the grain in Alberta and the grades would he estab J tiud an outlet at the lished as soon as tIie first shipment reached which would he j The major portion of this grain within twentyfour hours after shipI would go by way of the Crows Nest This would have the effect of line he The is iuw atabliHhing more uniform grades jid Ahampooa the Wetting I tht i hi of Nn luien wbich has a record tor growing out of is a Machela Dry yKio for complete Sold and by more uniform among the buyers and afairer more equitable basii for tliu seller or Lethbridge being the junction oi the Calgary via j Crows and Medicine Hat line j to nearly all j the grain hauled over these liuci is j brought into Lethbridge and held Blong enough to make up trains for during time it could be inspected and no further delay neari as trstint could then be made up direct for Fort or lor western terminals when the grades are This would save All Leather Collars These collars are nJl in perfect ii nil are good Just the collar you re to wear out that old The Alberta Saddlery 5th Lethbridge engaged in constructing a him Iv ni Cranbrook to iliis when will 21 wify grades to the as it will cut out the heavy grade on the main line between Laggan and Hie main obstacle at present against the western shipment oi freight the main With the western movement of grain a an inspection point for grain at Lethbridge will handle thous ands of cars for the ship ments west will then equal the ship mentseast from the prairie provinc In taking a broad view of the situation that point should not be Case Impressed Him Chairman Magill replied that th case had jiiore merits than he and wanted all the intornfc tion possible to He was hand cd the various resolutions passed bj the farmers and th Boards of Trade in Southern Alberta dealing with the and als statistical information regarding crop estimate as compiled by the Associated Boards of Trade of South ern Mugill Toe wan answered now arc How long are cara here In transit now Does tha give sufficient time to allow forIn spection of grain without further de lay We want evidence in these It wss impassible to get the Inform ation necessary together for the morn ing so those questions were left over for the the Board will endeavor to bring In stat istical evidence covering the enquir He was given some general formation showing that Is iffassembly point for cars from the Southern and that tralus are made up for shipment to Winnipeg and Fort A In Paint OlagfH It would appear that Lethbridge U an assembly and If the volume of buaineaa pin KM through I am Inclined to might an order point if is creMed an lu ipectlou There it another thing I would like to menltoa also A couple of yours ago J was celled upon to go to to took Into certain elevator problems there In connwtioa efevator corhrnia Car Pincher 000 making a total consumption of Calgarys Limitations Calgary Is an inspection point for grain for and for western It is illegal for the inspector there to give a grad ing on eastern The com missioner then wanted to Itnow how many or what percentage of shipped to for grading and western are returnee over the same linei or shipped east because the grade fell below that which would make it profitable ship to the Only high Erases vt wheat are shipped where It is all usedfor local No one could answer this although of the Mc Laughlin Grain stated that during the past year he had shipped at least thirty cars to which ha thought would grade On arrival In Calgary the inspector hud graded them and they had to be ship ped to In several cases the Winnipeg inspectors gave a 3 with the result thaithere was a great deal of dissatisfaction to the who was never sure of Jiis Chfof Inspector Series said that he could not credit this statement and will make a very thorough investiga tion into The commission had re ceived similar complaints before reach ing The commissioners flien wanted the Board of Trade to getj information as to the number of cars About 25 per of wheat is The sample of wheat is good and the yield about the Estimated yield 30 bushels per acre 45 to 50 The binder twine situation lias been relieved by the arrival of a car iof twine by emergency special on Mon day There is a big demand harvest and farmers are offering big wag Conditions Around Brandon heavy which fell over Brandon district the majority of farmers around here are again busy in their fields today slashing down grain I That rain would do practically little i or damage owing chleily to the fact that very little grain been in this is the concensus of opinion among In the meantime standing grain has been bent toy the and with dan ger by frost now very pros pects for splendid crops are Helped Fill the Berry threatening sky and cool breezes from the today dawned with poor prospects for harvestingof any grain in this immediate Farmers in the city today for sup plies from the country say That all that Is now needed is sunshine to dry up the pools of water in many are lying on their The is not an unmixed for it ilias filled out the berry of the wheat to a great extent in tho last Afraid Wheat Will Sprout heavy rain fell here last mak TONIGHTS PROGRAM Usual Programme of Pictures And In addition Professor Daniels lecture oh White Slave Traffic Exposing the worlds greatest using a series of fibrty hand colored photos taken by a noted detective while in the employ of the American Purity NOTICE TO THE LADIES OSF Do not stay away or miss this lecture as there is positively nothing said or seen to offend the most The i lecture is strictly and MUSIC AND DRAM A Conducted by FIDELIO ing it impossible for the farmers to continue It will take a couple of days of fine weather to dry he fields enough to cut the and the number turned back at on account of low Jeliffs Address of Spring then J addressed the conwnimas loners at routed west from this dlvl1 Should the damp weather the grain in stook will be damaged by Storm Delays Harveit rain fell about seven oclock this morning anddelayed harvest for a the first delay since cutting For tunately the sky kept cloudy last night and there was no frost Cutting is half done in this district and reports received at Indi cate that twentyfive pur cent of cut ting in southern Saskatchewan is eom some stating that a conven tion had been held in Calgary in which had teen called Premier when the elevator and in spection question was He had been present at the and their contention was that there should be three inspection points created in one at one at Leth and one at the ern terminals of the three transcontln ental lines in the grain growing pro He himself had tent that Lethbridge should be one of the because of the fact that Southern Alberta is the centre of a Big Program at Starland A splendid midweek jjTOgram is being shown afc Starlund one that is an assured The big feature is a new and novel Indian j story by Princess a photoplay with H stirring plot which commands attention to tha very Enacted amid superb sur roundings and scenery and with an all star this delightful Indian romance will prove a sure Another splendid production to be seen on bill is Love versus an enthrallingstory of in trigue in modern business with a charming love story throughout whole Numerous other ner attractions are included in vhe and with Miss Agnes Errol completing the with her rendering of the program leaves little to be Queens Hotel ROYAL VIIEW fi miles north of Lethbridge All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meals a a Carte Arrangements csin be made for private dances Everything Fiusc Class Special Sundmy Dinner from to PHONE JT624 For Home Bread Makers Thousands of satisfied usera of White Swan Yeast prove that It is good reliable Jf your grocer doesnt sell them adviso WhiteSwan Spices Limited and ask free sam Morris Theatre Attraction Criminology ifc something that has strange fascination for and many disputes are heard in re gard to what constitutes the greatest Professor who is to lecture at the Morris Theatre states emphatically that the white slave without the greatest crime in all In this business assumed such proportions that the United States government felt compelled to take a hand In suppressing That white slavery is a fact can be at tested hundreds of prominent of Professor while lec turing will exhibit a of stereop tican views dealing with These are all as they were taken by a noted defective hi the employ of the American Purity is stated by all heard this lecture that it is the moat intensely interesting lecture that ever been presented befor tho i Table Board AM home cooklnig Ladies Gentlemen 1208 Third Redpoth PHONE 1150 What makas the lecture so popular is the fact that the snibject is handled U such a manner us to give offenco to It should by ev as is educational A TRIPLE DROWNINQ drowning occurred at Mud near when three Gross1 Phillips were cap id from a The men were and a heaVy breezestruck the liow of the overturning The moior car of Edwards of Niagara caught fire near hippowa and Jtis chauffeur ran it nto 25 feet of THE BIG ALL FEATURE PROGRAM SOLE MANAGER THE BIJOU THEATRE and 15ccnta MATINEES DAILY AT 2 TODAY AND E XTRA SPECIAL WAfTCH THE AND PiiSf Judgment UHL THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS DAUGHTER THE OLD LOVE STORY TOLD IN A NEW General draft nml Kissing Ytlls I Bronco Billy and Tlic ffiirl Two ADelightful GJ Andlirion Orchestra COMING WEDNESDAY AND SEPTEMBER 4 th and THE BROTHERHOOD OF MAld A 1OWKHFUO STORY OF AM ATHbBTK8 UMVOTIOX TO HIS ;