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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Xetbbribge eralt> All The Loul New. Where You Expect K FHHUY. DECEMDliin 12, 1019 SECOND SECTION ALBWITA. SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE LH. Jelliff Again Heads Farmers of the Lethbridge Constituency Officers Elected at Annual Meeting in Last Half November Farmers Air Their Grievances About Movement of Hay Under Free Freight Hesolulions Head Talks of Organizalion. "While a resoluliuu in favor uf irri- gation, ntnl Uie rtcslra (bat the federal and provincial govern- made a. point lhal Ibis system ot yay- ins iielfclil qiily ID the case of Ions liaul-t accentuated (he difficulties of the feed situation, as cars vicro held up in lung Journeys made; whoroas food Irom (lie and tbc I'oildate districts could Lo supllsd In a day 31 look sometimes ivro months to Lrlng the hay through theso long liaule. One of the farm era rrcsont i-afil lio uiulcraiood that thli arrange- ment aid not stand at present, but. no OQO clso appeared to thtcfe [bat this TV as true. Vulcan Farmer A fanner from Vulcan staled tliat ihe non-free frelpjil dltl not apply to input.-; should conlmue to cooperate j l.fllhbridgc and Coalrtale only bul to lo make it available ns (ar as possible, Vulcan. He great amusement t he bed applied for Irce -as tolJ Jhal he ivaj lo-j near Iho dry territory. BO tic had tlio feed removed eight miles further and Then obtained Irce frelgbl. v.-as jiassoi without .1 roniark at the bj' Baying that evening session of Iliu fanners' bui m convention. one rirolcsLinj; against free freight not being allownl for feed from tbc LothbriilBc 'ami Condole dla- Mr. Higlnbutham, who ealil that (rids started :in animated The session vrlili a concert'he hud no for ihu provincial in v.-hiuli ibc following jiartlcijiated in government, polnle-1 out that it mndcrins snugs: ;Mls3 Alice Simms, I not' entirely to blatiu- In the mailer In Mrs. Claude flushes, Miss M. C. regard In ihe freight question, in that It rooks aud Mr. M. I'urranT, accom- U palj one-lbird of It, the federal cov- ilic nianp by Mr. Claude I emmem one-third, ami IhR railway HugliCF. Kvery one of singers met with encores, :md the cloao of the performance fcrnuglit a hnarfy Jiypre- clalEon !rom Presideul Jeliff, ivho re- lirJrted tbat If ihe rro'jtkeM for the organization could tafce Lho binders nlODR wllh iLoni on lliair campaigns would be DO doubt on (Jic num one-third, so thet It wes a CBBU three authorities wbo determined and fil Ihe smite lima (lie railway, no doubt, looked to it tbal the free transportation did not under- mine revenue. Freight and Price In further it was brought President-L. JL J el Iff. First Vice-President- S. 3. Dunham Second ML Mullln constituency: T. Mariln Warner. L. II. Slcc- klc (MHX Illvcrl; .eihhndgc. W. saacs Cardsioa, II, llngliam The following additional Herald's Christmas Cheer Pund Man From Near Rctlaw Fined By J. P. in Court ;it Taber Ai-ting on the ailvlcc or the A.P.P.. thai it wss not only nccossary lo mate romplainla, Lut lo give tlie police tn- foroiatlon as to whore the individual could be tracked to Iii.s Jair, tlie good ere adopted al the afternoon folks ot netlaw> seriouEly 3'on" cotictnied over the fact lhat n con- "Wheroas, Hie president and socro- 1 nldrrablo amount of Loulleg whlskey lary ot our Provincial 1'ollllcal Asso- j ri-as befnt' circulated in their midst, cJalinn arc our honored guests al this: conventloa; sallsfacllon ot nailing one of- 1 lender. "lie R resolved lhal MC express information received. Con pleasure in having them present. That Morgarty journeyed to Lie wo would be pleased to Have tliem dis-lfarni or J. F. I.aniliau. of Itcllav.-. cuss liili uses niii] oltjecls or iheir! where be v.-as Hint one William ccnlral office; iiovr it is-to lie financed I Kearna had his manufactory lor the and wliat Is Vo be ya..... live." "Resolved lhat this convention odoiiL tbc i-Vrmers' platform." ber of voles Ihuy would uhtam forjoui that the free freight not thoir eauso. A nearly emlorsatlon ol i lowed at the polnlu nmilu in ibat ill tho appTcctalion of the convention of Ihe efforts of tha singers lo please the was given. President McPherson Following Ihe shurt Mr. McPhcrson. of Vulcan, president nf'lho ftssoclalion, oddressed Ibc meet In K, losing hJg remarks wi iho value of hervk-e. He spoke from n fr.nncr'3 urging lhat Iho members of Ihe -.LI social Ion should adopt lha mean- ing of llic word "service" in its sirlct- esl Eensc. Tbc causo Ihcy bad re- quired [or Us tuccc'sa service in full measure Lo attain ihe ideals tlicr fouulX, K rot only ihe officers whu M'ere of service, but tbo rank and tile, ono hatl an Influence in his own sjihnrR anrt this be ci- erclEied (or Lhe good of ihe cause. Willingness to giro serrJec, eald Iho .was exemplified In Life result onlr related 10 which did not ci- ceecl ?24 a ton, and hey In the Coal- dale district could not. lie obtained el lhat price. U was pointed out tha.1 UIQ arrangement ns lo the prico of. hay in rrgard lo freight n good one, otherwise the dealers ha cbarg lug tho farmers an cxorhltant price. .Mr. llamiltun argued Ibai in Ihi; long run It was the peoplo irho would have to pay for tha long1 hauls aud lhat IL was better policy to pay the price for Coaldale hay than. for slough hay_ (if I I'ochrano The Bccret cT puctess waa entliusiasm for Ihe I'hcilc cause and not for a. single is- The members of the association be willing to detach thcrnselvca from separate lasucs and, after Uirash- itig ITicni out on their nicriln, conccn- Irnto on (lift main fssuo. Dlfferonce: of ojnnlon on a single issue should nbL-be allowed lo interfere with 111" It Manitoba _ Dealers to Blame brought oul thai hay from frco freight. sldo by Iho railways and the hay [rom Ontario freight paid wn.3 r.ushed by the railways. In respect Lo the railways, .Mr. HlglnboLham said trmt lie fell BUTO Lhal they were doing their best to help oiil Ilio feed situation. In (he case, of delay It was not tbo fame oflenLlmcB ot Uic railway hut ot Ihe dealers who would "not load Uic cars when they were available bccaute Lhe price of hoy had risen since the dcrs uere recelrrd. Relief In Iho matter o: relief io farmers In Lho drouth itrlcien areas, Ibo com- With full military honors the re- nains on the late Constable ?'lie irero removed, on Tlinrsrlay afternoon, lo ,he depot to he shipped lo his home n Vermont, U. S. The rorlego as It wcndcu its way inJide a very Inipvca- sire ai'fioaranco, wilb a pathellc touch to R In Ihe presence of the riderless charger of the deceased with emply saddle led by one of the Motmtles. Tha procession consisted of a. large number of C. O.'s anil men of Lhe otal detachment, together with Sup- 3rlntcudcnt Pennehther and Inspec- lor Sliocbothain, and a. firing squad of twelve men, movc'menl of the cause. Mailers i mltlce appointed for the same TVH.S not Trhfch wcro rcearJeii aa Jo report oa thero was no rep- -vrhen illscutsed and adotped dirt not j rcsentatlvc present, (or the Foremost In tho perspective look EO Important B3 thry were considered to be at tbo time in tbe nature ot single issues. People's Movement Tho farmer's movement, continued the speaker, had spread from to The farmers prided them- i elves in IhaL It was a people's nvive- rnenl, but unless Iho people continued 'to do ;ht thinking iL wouH not remnin n people's movement. The work of districts. It Tras staled by Mr. Iligiiibotham chal tho iirovin- clal fled Cross was attending to re' lief, and lhat thd various'locals were forWArding llicir cnnlribullons to it. 'TLo relief was being wcH'aLlcndcd to by flits organization. Ho considered that the great object in relief, uns to centralize in this respect (he women's institutes ifhlch had un- fierlaken Iho samp ivere OTcrlapplns j eiecu- supply of raw spirits. Nothing in the way of a sfill was discorcrei on ilie premises or on the farm, but the swrch uf tlio constable brougtu 10 light Iwo of home made whiskey In a had 10 apytar before Justice of Ihe Peace. Lay t OH. at Taher, and ivas fined ?oO and costs. Part of Iho liquor, sent to Edmonton for analy- sis, showed 72.4 yroof spirits. Accused pleaded guilty, and Mr. Cook, bis counsel, nskcd thai Lhe mag- istrate inflict the smallest tine pos- i sible. in Lhat Ihcre nas uo harm In a 'man having n (err bottles of whiskey HP'in his possession. The police argued If ilhil iL was not so In pns- 25c Roasts Veal, per Ib. ZOc Roasts, per Ib., 15c and ZOc. Parieion Ivory Hair Brushes We overbought last year. You can buy from us an extra good brush 20% cheaper than if we had bought this year and they are advancing in price rapidly. Xmas Crackers and Decorated Paper Will not last long. Get yours now. Frank Hedley Drug Co. CRISCO 3 for This is the last day for Grisco as we prom.ised the manufacturers we would not advertise il al this price after today., 21A Ibs. Pure Compound Ice Cream Bricks, any flavour............ 20c Ib. Butter (with worth of bread 60c 40 Ib. box Crabapples................... 9Sc Libby's Mince Meat, 2 Ibs................. 55c Seedless Raisins, 1 Ib., 2Sc; 2 Raspberry Jam, Baker's Special, 3'bi. 70c KIRKBY'S 606 Third Ayenue South Do You Love Your Children? Do you like Lo sec them healthy happy? Then give them nJeniy of mill: to drink. It la Lhe cTieap- csL and best food for them, IL keeps them healthy nnd ol- wajs Tit to ward off disease. Our milk Is rich In faL You only have Lo sec and tasto IL It) fcnovr Ihnt. Good bread and Dillk arc tha best ot foods. Crystal Dairy Limited SILVER GRILL NOW REOPENED STATEMENT OF MANAGER After a long Jrom Lhc feeding or entering business I >vas persuaded to (ry IL agAln for a J exlcnil a very cordial Invitation lo nil my old patrons and an many ones as 1 rin teach vrllh this notice. Knowing yon aro all Aiixlon.4 to get Iho moal of llic best you can got for your money, (buy Iioldiiig down the gradual in- crease In Iho High Cost of Living. 1< will be. my lilghcst ambltton In Ihla Imnlnoas to give ono ami all !t courleous, prompt and efficient and clean'scrvlco and any In- on such TJC greatly If reported Io the inftnaffcmenf, in ottier wonla it wo don't please you tell us, If wo do, tell others. SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY MANACJEH PURE, RICH MILK OUL milk tests exceptionally high and is pasteurized. Thfi paslcurljallon U-mpcrature of milk la 142 degrees held for 30 minulca. Our bottles are washed in Botfa and then scalded nt n loin re rain rC of J60 dcgreca In clear water. lha pure and Ihf bi4Llc3 tboroughly Blerillzcd. YHE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Half Pint..................15c Whipping Cream, Half Pint...............20c OUR BUSINESS IS INCREASING DAILY Deliveries (o all parts of Iho city. Norlh ward dclifcrlca In lha Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1929 ;