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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta r.nrnnai'inr.p: SATURDAY, DECEMBEH 0, OF INTEREST TO THE ;KESOIOIM BE PUCED IIJ.F1 One Local Says Present 1'rohibi- wittoui imposing on them lion Law. Interference With Personal Liberty v C1 v "I1 it lu a boi or trough under cover where all Iho tmhnatB may havo free Recess U. Horaes In tho ALCERTA HEIFER -jUtihle should hsvo a smill box for 'Eai; fa reznEor. Ou (lie basis ot tho above esllniates cf the quantity of WON FIRST PRIZE PLANNING INTERNATIONAL from I " ihe present .grant Ihe government ot 25c per iialieoi per day is totally inadequate under ''eilstiog conditions; The following resolutions liava resolved wo sent to tha U.b'.A. tor petition the legislative assembly to lion to .he convent.on: rato to per patieut Reso'nt'or. Irora Huron Local. No. per day, and that Section' 3, of the Alta., August "Hospital amended ac- 'Rciolred: That at each polm with- cordliiB.y." ID Ue province, whera the railway HeEoluiion from ArdrossaTi Local, hoM sessions soliciting No. Ardrossan. _XUa.. Nov. 4. .afcrcallon for or against lhe man- V L.' rA ol Canada, iMs ccnTentlna sppolci committc-c of at leasi Tfhose duly shall bi Iho iiiiei-id-i ol iha farmer and slock- raiser. rhile that commission LefsioD. Resolulion from Kicw local ua, the conditions sell. 05 live slock at the various al the present time at the coal yards and the seitlemenls by lhe DE WlNTOX A'lta. iW A j sail- needed, u cov In tUe course ot a Word was rec'eired today i rear ecusuuio IS Cbas O Beechiny local I iwunds c-r sail, a horse S3. and ahecp rancher, who Is attending Lhe O H> Pounds. Pigs require imaller Chicago livestock show that amount. his I50N heifer Lavender 47th had wim first prlM. cleo Junior chauipionphlp and reserve t-haiaploujalp. This Is considered a grcal record for western o nectlng Detroit pJaus have teen the proposition Resolution from Halherssge Local, No. 1915: Hathersagc, Alia.. Oct. 25, "Whereas we believe the system.of si three adjacent to Edmonton are notorious Livestock Co, to take cara of satisfactory In so much as Ihc larm- between the farmer cannot so to the mine any is in flegree of. satisfaction lo get a load iof coal, being told that there is an ,.'abundance ol wood use and "no! reserved for Commission men, acd the buyer not conducted on to Inspire confidence en the parr or ihe farmer; "Nbiv be it resovlea Thai it would bo lo the beher inferesls ot all concerned il Livestock Commission "Mkrhe'ccnerai'conTcntron of I "Whereas many farmers have driven men cither to the farmer the 'tte V.K.A. aESCicbleJ in io we fourteen to fifteen miles to get coal .buyers cheqiie or indisputable its rnishlv influence to gel the War and bare to go home empty; Act repeated so IhaL "Be It resolved that we ast lhy'. ocr minicipal council.thai LS under'the crs brTVcs'lern Canada to manage and cpulrql. The Grain Growers' Guide. Farmers to mean the la'rger-- cummerclal organizations as irell Assoclatlob, and Manitoba Aswclatlon. such Pffi CAPITA to UI3MARCK K. AccoMlng U nl ted Stiles goYerpmeut MMljllee tho agrlcuUurtil products of North hare Increased about f 000 since wer cam in wealth lu ihe Stare of ?2.SCG at the I close of 191S. Tho ITultetl Stiles Ihe c[ much of which hkd previously neglected. Mme loveranieat report which lellft of lhe ailoatahloff lacreaca o[ wealth iii SUt? 5175 fuel problem baa been forever solved In North Dakota." Tho westeru hilt of the Siale fa uoderUld- wJtb (lie teds to contain GOO billions of tons. Over thousand? ot square miles lies EQ close lo the surface al farmers dig n hole In tbeli; m -fields and take oul (bo roal us tiii-y icijulre it, Durli'.g S onu niillioa Ions were mined. U LLo far- Oh" DETHOIT RIVER fcfa- Uc-c Under the Gustav LtndenthaU the sh engineer of N'civ meet Is on foal lo or-ration under the States and CaaadEan or ib.9 "purpora of suspension Ibe IVrlolt River, con-t aad Windsor.. Tho an so Jar advinred that n eeems assured. A as been provided for la to collect dnU oh Bureau estimates tho per capita of the en i iro Union ai I1.9SG. so that the average wealth In North Dakota Is iiiuro thaii tho arcr-ace for the whole unlou, Including horses, rattle, hogs, sheep and creamerv products, tho production of the State al ihc close of was valued at The sumo production at the C'.OEO of 1915 valUtJ uL about f360.OPD.CDD. Aside Iroai the Increiicd prices commanded by foo'l products during the last few years, (hero has been n tremendous Increase In product iou, War Bond mor is too busy vlth his ftrm to hlnise.f, he cau buy It for J1.5D tu J2 per ion. my of tho largo- grmiu clerators iro operaleil by povrer furnished by Is uilned 'oh Ihe'spol. DIIJ [Mi geDersl ccouoiuy fuel 1ms Aided materially In Increasing Ihc capita ivojillh. WOULD SALT CLOLIDS TO PKOUUCK RAfN TORTLAND, Ore, A plan' 10 prlohle itU on ioe c load a to proil'iva ralu, which would curb the Ilift Govtrnyr 01-" Orvffou, In a letter from I. J. of PortlaiwI1. Boyce would the ulllnx do no from cirplaues. Tha (ioreruor did declirt. himself of iba Id-Jt. bul-wia u- with automate EHlt shaXcr.-. Doyce in hit letter tilled .tbo' Gov- ernor's attcUUon lo the. f net tun In UK cad through zonn where thera Iti uolflture In-.llio but not enQucH lo coudenw and form raindrop. ,Common ull; would draw this raolftture It dropped from above Eueh pu air current, maintained. Come to Western Canada's VACATION LAND No Furlher Sales for European Market-Until present Ex- periment Tried Out L. A., of Okutots, leader of tbe lion in the last session of tha legisla- ture. Is being swarapud vlth Inquiries from persons having scrub horses Trhlch Ihejr wLsh to sell for the pur- pose of ".the European market. Tha letters inquire as to the purchase of these horses to the order that has already-been re ceived In Alberta. Mr. Hoadler wishes it to the'f ig '1915, 'and in ei- I Act, to control of .tb'e earlr Laying of sleel .-dr-liieslpck in 'the miinicipalitr hr .ihclGding'lately many non-liipayers. and aod soldier settlers; went into'the Peace Whereas, ire-the members o[ the River bl'ock .oE: B.C. and commenced II.F.A. local have had who be forced to rigbis infringed-upon, by Ibe runDiog -aba'ndoii. ualesa .railway e[ sucb livestock, and can obtain no transportation, is soon arailable, and redress'tberefor, and condition we hare spent the best of the roadbed, of the E. D. C D. C. ol oiir.Hves and our caniUl In 'and tbe eilremely poor train service ma'te ..the' shipping of commodities, especlilly "unsatlsfac- :ory.-and rca'a as 'soon as war prices are over, tbe anil heavy freight rates incurred-by ehlppinj eastward wliL Ena'Ee nibsi; forms of farming un- jrofltable In.tie Puce River country jntll direct --railiraT connections arc made with Coast. "Tbererore be it resolved That kind 'of pressure'to bear on the Alberta and Dominion vovemnients wliL the ob- ject-'of (i) HaTiag the steel laid at once l tho B. D. t B. C. graae from Spirit Iliver to the B.C. boundary (S) .Having the E. D. B. C. put Into condition' 'Having railway conneclions be tw.eeh-the Peace'River country and tbe. FacifJc Cbatt is soon B3 posslbie -.'Resolution "from- Raylne Loral, No Iron'Halkirk Local. Xo.J67, navine, No7. 9, 1919: HO, Halkirt, Alia., March 15, 1313-. "KlsolveJ that the Government be Resolution 'Rev-! demanded lo pat the Farm Loan Acl .enneTai.' luhder ojierLition. the eir'e '.ol Ibe depend-! ttisolullon froni Ravine Local, No er.lj of the soldiers Is illsllnclly aniliCi, ItaTine. Alia., SOT. 9, 1S19 Qjidjiniably a-Duminiou adair; and I "Resolved that Uic Convention be "Whereas tbe' raising of money by anked to organize a Society the. ffuTinclal goTcrniflcnt through in lhefPrbvlnCe o( Alberta so that.tb taiallon'for this purpose Is nn- Locals' could be supplied with any 1rlr ar It does not the bur- 'tblnff waatcd frem UU Society to, den equitably among .ail.'the :'V of-the Dominion and Is apparently an Educational Facidtiei attempt to enable the Dominion gov-1 from Ravine Local, Xo crninent to shirk Its responsibility nnd 'Alia., Nov. 9, 1919 side-itep the Issue of direct taiation '-ThiL whereas the educational fac lirlff reform; Illtles ara far from being'sallsfaclor be It resolvea that we, the Rural Dlatrlcts, and U.F.A. of Halklrk Lbcal, No. "-OTiereaa IhoUEinns of children ar do demand lhat (hs Supplementary growing up without any educallo the'coantry, and bei.eve in the rule oltho majority, and deny the rig hi of nonresidents and non-tax- payers, lo special privileges, i Therefore be H resolved that we asJc Ihc; central committee of the 'UJVL to. demand frnm the provincial Jegislalure such amend men La lo tia Municipal Act as-will give tbe munl- cipil councils finch control, and fall- ing Tfhtch ta secare same by the as e of referenda a. .Resolution from Kirk pal rick Local .No. 651. Fenncr, Alia., Oct. 25, 1010: In Central Alberta surveys been made betTreen Empress and Coronation-by ihe G.P.R. since 1912, i and, -JVhereas as parl of tb.e'grading .is on the line, Resolved that this convention de- mand'Qf Ibe proper, authorities .that this line be completed withoat de Rorenufc Tax tc discontinued." Want Loan Act Resolution from East Clover whale Ver, and "Whereas It Is as much an Injaallc to ratepayers within a School SALT FOR LIVE STOCK (N'or-Weat Farmer) All animals renutre aall. The amount required varies a little wllh the kind of feed being used and the season, but approximately Ihrcc-o.uarter.i of an ounce per day should be allowed for each mature cow, ami proportionately less for younger cattle. Horses .al hard require more sail than Ihosi it light work or Idle. A hofsc on dry fccrl, If given free BCK.-SS lo salt will consume an ouncfi, and a half or two ounces per duy. need sail regularly. On ordinhiy winter feed sheep will lake 'oboul half fln ounce of salt each per day. Plg.i rcqulro less tall vry ainlfi iritk'the reneral ft coil of. all entllled to be paH for every pound: nock salt Is the mail con- and It his (Men found of grain so form for feeding nail to cat- ( such laillta-.'... "Now It Is resolved: That hiit cheap i Irm Itei paid bx jxllenlJ, Mm loveniintnl lo at once take No; 135, Aila., to put the Jyoans Acl Into _ i "Whereas wo beltere lhat nockag from Pincher Creek on grain told farmers to the va Irniat, No. 107, Mricher Creek, Alia., Elevator'.'. Is nil 1919: am umtarrante -ywiensas of cosfln t hotfltala has adVatttd In step we consider the fanner Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will all War Loan coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation; irithout making any charge whatever for the senrice. If von have not Savings Account, why not use your interest money to open one witi ThisBankl .._. BANK Head Office': LETHBR1DGE BRANCH, ClVNADA. Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, UaoasCT. the horses or the sale-bl Ihe.mca terwanls.. Mr. Hoadley, however inquired -from I hose i that iiave e matter in hand.and has obialnci statement. Pint Horses Already. Obtained These people say that they have an der for 500 barrels of boned, salted d frozen, horseflesh, which 'wil ean approiimately 500 .horses. Thli rder Is In tha nsl'jrs ofian eiperi ent and all the horses which will b ed in filling It hare already been btained. If Ihls shipment ot iould prove satlsTactory to the pur lasers, say the people, carrying on he experiment, both In regard to rice and quality, they.expect to m- clve orders by the beginning ol Llic ew year of such Ihey.ivlll e enabled Lo purchase horaea, for ale for slaughtering "purposes: In arge numbers. They earmol, IioV- ver, estimate the price to be paid 3 yet for Iho simple reason thai this rice will be controlled by.the Euro- market. Everyone will have an pportnnily to sell as'-they hope. e shipment succeeds fh establishing marhej- The newspapcrn1 ounce the result' experiment when In ,a pojiilun (o do so, abd If ny further purchasing 1g. lo be con- ucted U will be announced through he press when, anrl how, and bj whom It will be' conducieii. Clear'Off Economic! Burden WltK reference to the foregoing suli ecL Mr.-lloadlfty saltl ihat hl3 chief ntere-st was lo sec tbe country I eared of an economic burden tha slahlng millions of dollars' worlh o eed away from desirable slock. "How aald Mr. Hoadfey 'have Ihla winlor sold good Vrblle Ihc feed1 that, might hare sup- ported them la being consumed b> ndealrabTc hortcs. FKty Lhousam f Ihese undesirable horses shoitlt go In barrels today, and fifty thoua and'-good cattle hs taking Ihcl places'and eating which Is iceplng theso scrubs SAVE ANEI IPROSPER The companions of Victory are Work and Thrift tjie. people of Canada these essentials, our grekt probleirisbfreconsfiructibn can be settled to tne'mutual benefit of all. Don't waste an dprpsper.731 THE CANADIAN BANK .OFGOMMERGE PAID-UP CAPITAL- RESERVE FUND LETH'SRIDCE BRANCH, R. T. Watch Your Victory Bond Coupons Dec, 1st OOO.COO in Interest oh December 1st, II bolder ol the first Victory Bonds or the llret Canadian War Loan, you will share In this Important distribution. 11 your bondfl BJV repoaloff In of our Safety Deposit Boxes, 'Ba they 'should lor your 'complete protcctloo, come to the Back and clip the coupons that day. We will cash them for you or deposit tbe proceeds. UNION BANK OF tUJJXC.OOO Lethbridge Branch A. Ehinbar, Manager 'BfAnches ilso al Caiditon and Barons. Investment Some people'ask, "Can'l iBford not realizing that they dnnot afford lo'do without one. Why wait until you are skit for the doctor lo order you a o! scene and climate? may then be tod late. It is a timely permanent' investment. Your farm, your business, or your ptofeiiion will be worth more to you after a vacation becauje. health will be better and you will nave izioce vigor and-enthusiasm. SPEND THIS WINTER IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON AND .OREGON 'Amongst its mountains, on its evergreen goli Unks, along its'mighty risera, by the shore! of its enchanlinj lakes, motoring on its scenic, highways, and enjoying THE MOST TEMPERATE CLIMATE j ON THE CONTINENT It will cost yoa very little more thjn to remaia- al home, and you cannot spend your money to better advantage. Hotel and apartment house rates are reasonable.. Write for Illustrated booklet to Herbert; Cnthbert, Executive Secretary, Psclfic Norti- vest Tourist Association, inaintained by Government funds, L. C, Smith Building. Seattle, Washington. THE ROYAL BANfe OF CANADA' f or riinlil at SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for tho BafcVcciiins of valuable sloct cert.ficales, polices, etc. Victory Bonds, Etc. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES UUibridge r....................... B. J. K. W. H. W. The Value of Saving A savings account is the key that opens the door to PROSPERITY. It is the first step on the road to, INDEPENDENCE. It gives you security against possible reverses in the future. Open a savings account with this Bank and lay the foundation-for .permanent success. Interest paid at current rales. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HKe TORONTO THE OLD WAY to appoint a friend Executor pal him In mlEerr.V THE NEW WAY 14'in apiholnt a Trust Company which te finacciaUy available, and'has ihc experience. Company administration (han personal.' The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTORS LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA J. C. SCOTT, MAMAcm I3TM STREET NORTH O. E. BLE7CHEB. MANAOM 4nt AVENUE SOUTH P. HIW DAtTOM f.NO SllHLIHO BRANCHES L. a. THOMAS, MANAOCH COALMUaST BRANCH w, B. FEacusoM, MANACEB COALDALE BRANCH c. T. MCKINNON, HAHAOCR BunOETr BRANCH Few Men Desire To Undertake The proper a'CmlnlBlradon nf no etsy last, If put on the ihotiUtri-bl an Individual, U demands an nmounl ol.llme anil fare thnl ffru" hu'ilnesa men fan willingly spurn from Ihelr nffalrs; moreoycr. should anything happen to Ihe Indkldual More tho CEtate Is lellled, confusion, lltlgaltbn and delay, with Ing losn, irenuenUr reiult. The Trail C6mpiny specializing In tha ndmlnlslratlon of Is {he logical answer lo tho questlou of whom .to name- aa your Bxcculor, Cunmlt ui now about thli Imptrlarrt matter Hie Trusts and CoRipaiif, CAL6AHY ALBtRTA OF COMMERCE -i, W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. Public and Official AMlgnee for Judicial Oljlrlcti of Lelhbridi'j, MaCleoA Mtdlclnt Hat, Calgary, Diet, Stclller. ;