Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL T0 LOCAL NBWi WHERE TOC KireCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tVE HERAUXV PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBIU1X.E. ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PACK ELEVEN; Farmer Admhs He Doesn't Know How To Sell Wheat to Best Advantage; Wants Wheat PoolToDoItfor Him Discussion of Wheat Pool Plan] At A. Convention Brings1 Out Strong Other Resolutions Passed. Decision of; the Letbbrldge District U.F.A.' association to -urge inpbii tbe provincial convention thn plan of elect Ing distinct dlreq'orn on the cent'-al Ilia district conventions, decision fo tale political action in tho next federal election and to aid in the fyrmatlqn of the proposed wheat jwol were the principal matters die posed of at'lha Thursday morning session of tho convention When the convention rose at noon there were Kllll a number of resolutions to he dis- posed tho_annua! election ot Officers to v.lnd up tho session Dele- gates were hoping to be ablo to leave for their homes eboul four o'clock Tho ipcrning session opened with a contiruat enf'irca a bone drv luce also endorsed Evermp Stsslon Dealing at length upon the neces- sity tor a wbeit pool and the need" for co-operation" to this end, Mr S S Dunham addressed 'thei TI-F.A. conven Don Wednesday evening ''The hal crowded to capacity, with over flow In the gallery, and was decidedly enthusiastic "Is srdor to take up the question of iho wheat pool said Mr. Dunbnm In introducing., his subject, must study the' nhole clrcura stance Eurrouadlng it, and, bavins CANDIDATES FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL ALEX. HARROW REV. STANLEY RIPPER for knowledge aboul in Its .practical workings as they it was'flrot broached Tbe> did not to lake a vote until they felt thev had as thorough an under standing ot tbe proposal as possible at the present lime Issues a Warning derijrf Wilson Siding while entirely sin-pathetic to the pool Idea the fanners that, should vke plan be would have to eipccl discrimination ag.ilnst pool iaarabei-8'by line elevator companies They might also cipea undue inflation of prices forsperlodo hy outside Inter- ests In order tLat nonpool farmers might get more for their vjheat than ihe average price ot the year which decided to undertake it, we must con iTiMe our neighbor he should do 18 I likewise The farmers have demons gs as they Tsere ._, a trated their ability to unite on a large scale and have proven thoy just as capable body olse.m handling great business propositions Mr Dunlikm wen.y'oii'to his of the rdavelopment-of tbe farm era In the west from tbe time when ftheat growing started in Manitoba The peopto western Canada ft ere poor K Tbey had to farm on'credit.--Each-year's crop was pro; duced on what was tq dime from tbe future crop Thus commenced the practice that gfew 'up requiring tbe farmer tq market 'hit grain as soon as it was birvesteoV Also tbe geo- graphy of the country was conducive to this practice Half tlio distance the pool members would receive This (n ,te ocean covered fay.lakes which Mould be done to stir up dissension treelt oveVln December, Jhe pool Another farmer said ho thought ono the big things about the pool would be tiat thj farmer Indivlduall. would bBrelieved'of 'Ihe'necessily Of market log his own eraln and trying to get ihe best price for It Liperts would So that Ac for himself, this fall Iio bad buss that he had neglect ed to go to the elevator to sign with the resiUt that he did not selMt "when he might have received per bushel His loss is a rush to get the_wneat4o tbe head of the lakes before they as the consequents railroadjftransportation is much more expensive" tbe Increased yearly nn fbe am6unt ofVheat'Teady la.a lump ex- ceeded the'enrtr0 amount that Europe buy? dnrln j that As_tbere mpre produced coneum- wlieat itound Up Bunch Of Gamblers Another bunch'of gamblers', with the keeper of the.'joint, run .on tho premises of the Alberta ed before Magistrate -Irwin at. tho city police' court this (Thursday) morning. The" keepor, Jesse Douglas, xas fined with the sli frequenters with, ,'cpsls, each.. The latter gave or loss fictitious names'. could' be mistaken for any other than a'Jew o the good old Scotch naira of McGregor Another gave his name as Smith but there was more of'the :'steln" than the Smith about him In'.the 'same court" Lorenz Taylor was fined with -costs for being Intoxicated' in a public place. -John Donahue was fined costs'for having liquor other'thariiin a private dwelling i NEWS OF WEDDING-- .CAUSED LAUGHTER Thursday the board of trade luncheon was to well attend ed that overflow had to be No business-, was brought upt tut practically all the the table concerned of the plebiscite Monday Sev era! good re, heard when I the dispatch '.Wring about Sf George FosteVf wedding -vai -ead I To Cast Vote i Plebiscite Judgment For The Defendant The unusual may be causing people to'be-forgetful of the festive season and the Ing cold period The are to bright and cheerful that the Good Fellows find it hard to appreciate that there are homes'- -in'- Leth-- bridge where 'distress already reigns. Without an Inspiration from the Good Fellows''these homei will spend a very fltobmy Christmas when-our severe'Winter-arrlves-rcal suffer- ing would be every Good FetloWin the city wilUio his bit homes.will be cheerful on Christmas day and they'will be able to eo through-the Winter without th: suffering that-would 'be' their The Herald Is anxious to tee, the'fund reach the mark before the weekend. It looks to the Good Fellows to get busy'and tend in tneir The need for help is greater this year than year and the call for con. tribtttons -should be proportion- ately greater. Let- the fund beat all. records by Its 1920 returns. Previously acknowledged. Mary Baines, Ted Baines, Gordon Balnea, Allie Baines' and Alfred Batnes............. Dr. and Mrs. Rusk...... 5.00 6.00 WILL BE DEPORTED At Medlcino on Wednesday, John Panjko was hard lauor, In the Lethhridge Jail for Vagrancy and ordered 10 lie: deported on .tho -his sentence. Sir Jok Carson Visitor To Gty Sir John ,W..Cat-son, ol Montreal, and Howard Poilloin of Xen York ar- rived In Lethbrldgo this morning and will remain here tor fouror five days. Sir John was Indisposed today.'-harraE only rested three days in Montreal al- ter returning from England Sir Joh's was a prominent officer of ian forces during the early stages ol tho war He is proffilaent in mining and financial concerns and is a; direcy tor-of tho Union Bank of visit here is duo to his Inte'reel-jlt coal-mining. a fall was considerable how tq sell tls tp the best advantage, and be JjeheY Id there wers -nan> other farmers "mah'e the same admission Lawrence'Peterson safd that in EO curing legislation to make'the wheat pool possible tho farmers would have to plar politics That was ono more argument in of the farmers as a bod) uniting to take political action It was also pointed out th.al the pool plin did to force up tho price. %ut'tb'secure'for" tbe farmers tbe world price without tiie gamblers anil mid dlerafen taking' big profits It was con- 'tended that .the. consumers .would not pay thev do pre- sent private soiling arrangements Possibly T 0. King of Raymond thought that the pool plan might lirtig. about a tetter grading of their product He contended that the present gradlng'by inspectors rotten The unanimous vbto L favor of tbe proposal was foreseen as all through the': dfscusstoir the talk'of-'the dele- gates was favorable Hamilton report- ed showing thai the association has a baiance on hand of ?11S, and the ro cent drive bringing a member would gteaUy swell their funds Tbe relief fund for the yea1 was }145 with a. balance'on hand of Tbe re nalnder had been spent for eboeu and clothing Tho flrst resolution dealt with came- from East Lethbridge UFA. anil asked that.tho provincial UFA price has falleB-'becauae So much of the produced'lfiBarej for the years 1909 to 1913 showing lhaf tbis was the case and establishing the that Europa wheat as she oats 'it, and Bank Clearings Advance Again This week 'the bank clearings total as with same week fast year This is an increase of nearly three hundred thousand _ farmera boiling deal tbelr wh that the heat ont to Europe "VanjVjt? i It Is to our interest (o-fetd .Europo la.a steady stream and tQ me farms in a s'eady streaml and tbat the stop- page should prodafer as long as Is consistent with proper Sj- The war ti tbe'farmsrs11 wheat board, .wheat lime has prove In the pleWsciteHo be leli OB Mon all. on :he city_votere' j 1st vo'te ou dtiestions sunmitted inciorftf-a 1 -those1 who are as- sessed personal 'properly Lo the of tenants who are in ,tenure of nt -save been do' occupa v NO REPRIEVE FOR BASOFF Any hope of of Hip death Sentence of Tom TJisoff Judgment has been i the case ot Rider Bros vs John H Bennett heard at tbe reCent-sitttnES i of here. .Tbe'iic- tiorf of the, plaintiffs has been dls missed 'This was the case in which' the. who are'fa.rm- Coaldale, sued.the defendant for special' damagesrto the amount of and ccacral damages, sustainedLtbroughi.'as alleged, tbe.dD-- 'fendan't lauds and pas- turing .his rattle thereon. By reason of the. trespass it was claimed that a largo quantity 'ot'unthreshed flai was i ;For the was set up that die-1 and-had'been leased by. him for pastuic and that he had warned the plaintiffs that be bad waited long cuou'gh to: get'his' stock on It, but no heed was paid to this, tbe fla-? be entitled to so late as December 13th -Hi was argued, bad'ample, time to move tho.flax. ____......____cntltlelPte This will include who belong to the district and arc put ottbV city limits, such as the people of HardieUtle, MAN IN TEMPER WOUNDJBDlHORSE W1TH.A FORK KIRKBYS HOME-MADE BREAD Oui- Bread is acknowledged, to be ,-It-is good and tastes good. Now sells at, "I per loaf> YOU ORDERED, YOUR' Christmas Cakes t You will have a fine cake if we make it. If two or more'gnesses on the weight ol the cake in our wlu ,aro.tho same and nearest, a. .draw will bo made; We have some fine Christmas Candy. In a penitent mood, and pleading bad temper, James Wilson, man works at Hvatta livery barn appeared before the magiglrale at Foremost, on to an-ner tho of unlawfully wounding a horse by striking it with a fort Ho was fined Jo left the A meeting of the Bar Association) co'lrt Promising to care for ihe animal BAR ASSOCIATION ok jbifs question out of fAt the Wd'Vlr.' Dunham, "bnt riheVyheat'board has wo got more through j the'1 whoat board thari TIO would have otherwise" Tho speak er explained, that be waa convinced now thai as a permanent institution wo do notiwahl Ko'ard hecause this is an econqnllo problem and a government arid political institution We dont -vant this questlou settled under the Influence -of claim- ed Mr Dunham x Mttns The other alternatlvfe Is the one the h6w Jrylng to'ac complish i Jt t means co operation, handling It thenfselves The only so-, lutlon is to Intelligence and patriotism, eft-operate and unite, realizing lllit, jour' interest is tha other fellow'g; Interest and stadd with- Slxleen) tiflcatlon receivctl by Sheriff tbat tho Governor Gen. eral in council sees no reasflR to an interference tha sentence The will, accordingly, fake place at' the'.date December 9. ot tho cltj has been held to enter a protest against tne congestion in the; appointing of further judges to It, and to allow an cxtra- Itting In the Supreme Court here. 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