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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE DAILY SA'ITIUUY, DECEMBER 13, municipalities in wblcli the IBJK 776, Strslhcoan. AUa., Nov. IS, reside, ihe money 10 be expanded ami we believe that if thero ibe reply giyrn lo the iwpro H great reJucllou lu the number I'.F.A. ciccuiirp aftrr our last Con-jof dOjaies attending the Auuiial .ventton was chit "The Government 1 Convenes there vould te 6. was binding bark aH the auto--opportunity for ihc IntelllBrnl dlacus- Lnobile (Ki :o luuntcipiIltEof." anilisEeit and fair of ihe every hog producer out of Resolution from Drccielawu. Local Ni> 410. Ucmrll. Alia., XOT. 1919 ''Whereas tho partisan and capita- listic newspapers of Caljarr iiaie mis- represented aud misquoted certain year, ihe reportec lhat ymr> Incoruf, (bo amount which apcouh The loUiiwinp au-liuoiiil reso'.L- OQ6 for the anuuul I'.F.A. ive been submitted He solution passed a; retards" onventlou, Kdmonion, Nov. the ad general Appearance i1' mrai :hooU leaves niuch 10 be desired. auJ. responsibility fur ibasr nngs snould be enured in irusiefs avlns such in charsr, we wouM mmprioJiza is Departmeru of Kducaiion 10 sian- ardUe our runil >chrol? nlcns tmilar to ibe N'orih nakou plnn." from Local "Whereas iho primary objeci cf iho 1-F.A. Convoiuion is 10 thr and life ol Hie farming com- hereby thai the (he rAkers there say o-js ihe it eom- if i "h orras'on of a-ii by various spr be ;i r.ol eic ISreo of hour subject tiity are F resins i iu sane of ;he rcsoli ling before ihe Coiivpinian: 'speaker IE dealing whb sivue subject deilt In the resolutions but of mitres, to Ihe be InTfccd 10 give his address fit nu session providing ihe program can arrange1 it." Resolution frtiir. Monn', VMc-Jks-arrt, Locsl No. S10. Muhlbach, Alia.. Nov. 1, 1919 "Whenus, tho V F.A. ha? repeatedly 5ked the Provincial Government lo '.he autcuuoH'.e tax to lUe AHu, aud by our President at "U heresy the irfinbors cl this Ic-cnl imiuy restful ions and oiher huportam "Whereas K would appear (hat they made enquiries and have found thai which has to be tmusicu'd: wlfib by eo doing to siir up Etrite far as ihe munJolpiliiv ia which'also, there would l-s an iiurr.fnse and discord In our orcmlzatlon, I hey Is concerned there has: iug 10 the locals cT iranspcrtallou ami "TbereCora be it resolved !hai (he bed no auto tax refunded by ihejoiher tbc present cliatte-1 inert- the secret ballot ia now in page system is esponsivc wnJ lucon- gein'ra! In elcttlous for public veoieni. uiiJ -licos. atnl "Whereas there" should be fciciUly the open billot is still in tLe mailer of pledging thaticl uscil in rural districts fur Ihe olcclicu ty to secure loaus uml ks and -Therefore be K resolved ibnt oilier of Si-iiot'l Trustees, Ibiia helping an ot date syttcui be it resolved that Ibis bo uscJ of BLtte-guurding iCotivciuiun tho Provincial prior crc'dliors, In Ihp place of thp 'Cloveniuic-nt lo amend the School Or- numerous afdJavlls KDIV rtMiulrod in -finance, so tbai Si-hool Trusties in th.ittel ind. That for the; rural districts wilt elected bj' iho better accommodation ol Uio public IPBCTCL ballot." "SICKER'N A PUP' NEXT DAY rs of Alberta in Convention assembl- i cd that there be a law enacted where y all wheat tliat will make lErsi grade flour be gmded No. 1, that mates second prade flour he gradcil public highways, anJ we No. and all '-vhejvt uniii for Tour beiereiu tyres of foc-d. Ke-oluiions from nurns, Local Non 6in. Iteisl, Altn.. Nov. 15. ini9 'That tho folio-Tins uraii- Jenjand tbat ihe license? fee Mi all he at once be reduced to a reiEonablc flat rnip, or if it is desirable and fjir 10 discriminate bMwern diff- weiebt the deciding factor of sucli crhnmalion raiber iliiiii wlioelliase, and lhat any sliding MiouUl not exceed Salts, Oil, Calomel and Griping Cathartics Shake You never Sicken! Cabarets end biliousness, licridnchc. [like Calomel. Salts, stcfccnlng OH colds, and conslipallon so gontly i t'ramping Pills. Tonlgtu take PI els .Tiid rid of the bowel ami iiwr which Is keep ing yju miser ;ihki and sick cos', lltllo work wliilc you Advert, op I ud a cd by tliy KirkpaLrlck Local Tnion, j nium or as n maximum license No, 'iDl. be endorse J jfor any car. Also ibnt as tho Govern- ment state lhat. ihe automobile license Alberta sur-! money is put Into n special fund for 'AVlicreas in Central have been made between Eni- the making and keeping in repair of 53 And Coronauon by the CV1MI. continuous rnoior roads ibroughoui nee and, ihe country, wa consider that certain of ihe grading is deCiuUe amounis should, be allotted. on iliis Hue1: spent in l.irge fireas in son." pro- "TliTreforc- be it that this portion lo the nmount collccled tbere- coiivention demand o[ the proper ii'J. all roads undo with these authorities thac this line be. corcplei- f monies should be properly surreyed td vUhotii delay." and of standard nod Hcsojuiioa from' Dooiidale. Local (by cor.meieui road-makers under iho No. Alta_ XOT. S. 1919 direction of the Local iluoicipal ili-i the Government en- and lhat nn annual state- force tho Income Tas as a means of nie.ni should be issued showing the revenues instead of resorting amomu of tbla special tax collected to high tariifs, 39 high tariffs are a tar on all business." (In and wLerc spent." llesolutioa from frocu Local Xo E09, Alta., Nor. 22, 1919. .Vo._753. Et7ikom._ Alls.. Nov. S. 1913 "Thai this local send a resolution er is being very unfairly treated No. Swalwell, Alta., NOT. 22, 1919: ic mailer or the low price paid "That Oils local believes the tlras price pam ha "Resolved ihat the SeEfl and Feed Graii; 10 be adraaced lo ibe farDiars bo delivered on or before March 1st." Resolution from Cralgmyle, Local No. ?42, Craigaijle, Alta., XOT. J'jl? HE price and handling ot wheat. "Resolved that we protest that Iho farn: the him for his waeat. we believe wholly In interests ol (tie inillers, and not ot the consuming public. This is accomplished 1. By Uie minimum bein? set so fcr below the actual Talue, being ap- iroiimaie'.y one dollar below that iaid on the Minneapolis market. 2. By selling our 10 the mill- ers at around 52.30 Fort William makes lhat the maximum, inasmuch as it i5 .inconceivable that the millers ivill pay more than the set rlrice. or :bat anyone else can, and compete vilh (hem on the Canadian njarkei, il hey did. S. By ike grading, ive feel w.is exceptionally severe, wheat that roost of us thought ought to have gone al least. Xo. 2 Northern going Xo. 2 tou'sb. with a consequent drop ot 10 ccnta. We anllcipate that the con- sunjer will pay the same price for the Hour from this that lie will for flour from the very little that was graded Xo. 1. AgaEn nc protest ngainsl the sil- ence of n Government assisted press as 10 the price for wheat on the U.S. markets, an well as against the mystery and secrecy gurrouTidlng the doing? 'ho Whcii Board. "In financing liio waeal we claim the Gcvernmenttivas only doing ivliat -.vas its duly lo do and at (hat much ess than it vras doing for the product oi the and other Inter- esla. They left iliclr products Tree to the markets of the world nnd that all they had lo do to liave our lo the Convention to the effect that v.-e deem it now expedient for auto- Djobllc taiDs to he so arranged as to allow To per cent, ol their to be spent on the roads in Lha local- ity from which these taxes are rais- ed." Resolution from Swahvell, Ixical now come when ths Supplemen- tary taxes sboirtd be levied in sucb a manner that tbe farmer shall not be called upon to shoulder Ibe greater parr of the Jiurdenj but Ihe town tax payer shall bear an equal his rural brotliDr." :oluiion from Durness, Local No. 355. LloyjnJnster, Alia.. Nor. 1. "Whereas in the formation of Rural School districts from limo to (true by the Department of Education, small pieces of land adjacent lo two or more school districts have been left not included In nny organized school dis- trict, nnd, in such said lands pay the nominal educational 32.00 per quarter per annum while able Lo participate in .the bene- fits of the organized school adjoining them "Therefore be it resolved lhat this Convention request the .Minister oi Education of tbe Government or Al- berta to review such conditions and lo include all such isolated parcels ol land in organized school districts art- Joining them that taxation may there- by be more eiunt'r'-id." Ilcsolulion from .Silver Locsl No. 14, Alta., Nov. 22, 13 If' "Whereas the present system of managing Hural Schools by means of a local board of iru.-Ucs is oflen un- satisfactory, owing 10 ihe following causes: 1. That sullablc persons arc often unwilling to act m they feel they ot spare tho tlniL- to properly per- tvbpat selling al the same price Hiatjform iheir or else they dread the V.S. farriers arc Celling. Aa the ineviinhlc HOSE Ihc short time they loft Lho market open when the pricnj wont up IwDDly-IEvc ceuls per bushel. And all our Government had to do was keep their handa off." nesolullon from That members of Ihc Board of' ten fall In tlicir duties from lack ol Interest (except In keeping down larh of understanding of their Superintendent of Nursing School Says Internal Bath- ing Gives Best Results in Dr. It. M. Rmythc, PrcaMcnL and S-jpirJntendenf, School nl Nursing, Toronto, wrltc.i: "1 much pleasure in Rending jnu r, bel- ter iPcommondlng the J.IJ.L. I thnll also he nTeased to do RI per- sonally or by phono. From perron a I oxporJencc afsD from my varous pa- v'tio fire uslns Ihe Ca.--.- 1 have no TicsiltnMnn In recorn- mendinK it lo wilh fonnllpa. lion or any trouble arising therefrom. [Its Tjfn'fltj in Fticf] case-i arc felt'at and in my own care na 1 as othora that hrwn conic illr'j' itj lunder my H has certainly been 'he means bringing about many j wonrterful mirra of const'pallon