Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 7, 191-1 TUB LETHHIUDGH DAILY II KHALI) PAGE SEVEN A CRIPPLE Fl .Tortured Four Years Until Hs Took "Frult-a-te" Rinr.XTov.'x, May int. 1913. "Your "I'rult-a.ltves" cured me of illicit run I fem. It u-as Ihe only medicine thai inaile any iinprp-ssiun on mi'. I was icnibic Lificrer from Rheutuatiimi. I was laid up for four winters with Sciati- ca and Muscular Rheumatism, and n cripple roiupletcJy, not telnp; able to ro anything. 1 tloclnied wlth four dif- fcrenl physicians, bm they did not hrlp me. Ollu-r mli-cftised remedies Mere tqnalfyuiisitfsfaclory.aiut I havetakcu t-vcral. Some neighbor of mine told me that him, and I look them faithfully every day and Hie result was innrvclioua. Pot over iwo years now, I lisve been free from any Rheumatic "I'niit-a-lirce" the full credit for miklnp a remark-able T. KACHUR If you are subject to Kheumaljc At- Sciatica, Lumbago or Neuralfjin, right now and ffUit the cure vrliicli 1'tttft-a- complete if lalien faithful- ly, 500 a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At dcnlerg or sent on receipt of mice by rruit-a-tlves Emitted, Oltaivn. LUNCH COUNTER TRAINS (From tho Springfield Republican) Tbo I'rmiiaylvanin. railroad hn3 in- r.ii'iuraled n new in putting en a lunch counter car tu between Vork end Philadelphia on trains Also carry ordinary dining care. Wi- nro tolil that tho plan [3 to con- tfa-.io the TiumlnR ot toth feeding pliicos "for a eufllc'lesnt period (o ilfi- ermine which is tho more popular wllili Iho traveling public." In (ho lunch car IE OHO long Counter, extending, over bah! tho li'iiyih of tho car, wllli revolving inn- Jiopnny chairs secured to tJio floor, iifior the fnnhion of railroad restau- vantR, Twenty-ono people can be pouted at a time, leaving Uio usuitl porlunlty for (ho to reach over and get they want In tlio Hun of sandwiches and what 1101. Tho advent of tho lunch counter car Mill fimlier threatens the old stylo dining car, whoso jiatronB aro obliged tri jiay nt for a. meal, when imluro mny call for a couple of. sand- wiches. Tho dining car servifo which [iwinite travelers (o Ret and pay for what Lhoy want Js Increasingly poji- ular. The Southern Alberta Farmer His Financial Obligations and Ability to Engage in Mixed Farming-Article 9, Aiinio aouclmn, ngcd 12, a Rirl. ia at North Hay, having set out alone atnl moneyless, from a settle- iiicnt west of Cuchrnne Lo try and find her parents who went to Ottawa, wliere she Jjns an mint Her mother it neema has returned to Europe. How you can do your share toward lowering the cost of marketing merchandise 1 BY, J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager Wana- maker'a, Philadelphia Practically every standard thing you buy is an advertised article. And It is always cheap- er because It IB advertised. Tne volume and the distribution more than make up for the ad- vertUIng coit You can't send a salesman around from door to door SB cheaply as you can a newspaper. If you woiifd only learn to read cor lously and even eagerly what the have to say about Us product you woutd bring down the coat of each article Immeaiurably, After you have read what a man has to say for hJs product then you meaiurc the goods themselves up against his claims for them, and In a very short time you know where to get the beet of everything, It is nil so simple, It ls such a money-saver; It Is such n time-saver. And since every good thing you buy, you rfo buy through .idvertialng, whether you know It or not, why not look for the advertising instead of making tt 'constantly IOOK for you. If you wll (So this, (he whole problem will be simplified Im- mediately. When this done, the scll.ng cost of everything wllf be lowered and you, the buying public, will be the ones to gain the benefit. It also makes a fot of differ- ence whether the man you buy from Ic really behind hie mer- chandise, or merely behind his counter. And, whether you are buying for quality or buying for price, the man behind his mar- chnndbe Is the only man to trust. The man who advertises gives you his bond of good f.iith. He signs his name to what he says, If he doesn't live up to Ills claims, you've got something to come hack at. You can put your finger on dim. YOU know where he's at. The man who doesn't advertise has nothing to lose nnd therefore he Is liable to Le less careful oT what he does. paper today Is filled with the advertisements of men who have the courage to stand bacV of their merchanrilBC, Look over the .id vert icing news; whnt these men have tc s.iy anct nnfca your choice oF nil you .ire going la buy. Hnvtng dealt with Iho nnccnBlly of colil F.tornjjo na CBSG.ICin.1 to Mu> ilovL'ojinient of mixed" farming insofar an poultry nnd ablna nro concerned, Din next consM- o rail on In dealing with Uio relation of tho livestock industry wonkl be Iho rmiulmrtntH in ihn wjiy ot paok- luji 11 hints, etc1. In connect ion ivhh packing plan IK, wliilo they aro not an ahjoluto r.sHRiitial, tfiero couhl bo no more markul for the fitucfc than to have- Biich plants muHinliorl to iho limit of Hio ability or llm country tci tho stock. Tho Bucking is tho ultimata lifsllny of n very larg.i proportion o[ Ihe Muck r.iiseil and the nearer the to tho farmer llio greater tho in fn Kim? of profit through the elimi- nation of lutiK JimilB. IMie packing i'lanl tivarlab'o hlHory, but there Mii't n elimlox ot dottln wtili It constitutes one of the Bnfi-st niiil mo-it pttjfU.-iMo of nionU. Tlio history of, the trade is strewn with In hye-gono daya largely sin nil groups iiuricr- tahiiiK to with capital j on ihti cooperative basis, and thn stock i-alKPTu killing ihe cooperative plunt through the seiluclivo hifincnco of a fraction 01" a tout j-aiso in the llfl Co.- Kiosk. furmers have hnd ninny unch experiences and in j nearly every tho canao of J fa Hiiro WPS in tho inaliillly ot (ho co-oprrallvc pticEoty to inoci tho high- er priors bid by Kin larger linen It wiis plan i ngninnt p.i eking plant and the competition 'and re- sult tint fiffpctB in uo ivay reflected on tho I'-at-klng plant ae- an adjunct to mixed ffivmins, nn to tho development of a homo market. the -pactrlnjr plniic, (ho rarket couM not coii- fiinne the offering under general mixed Farming and tho surplus woirid have lo fcol; an ondet In tlie exjKjrt ir.jKket. Tiirn> is nothing objection- ablo !n tkat exrcpt that the more tho homn marlir't developed the better aro tt'id prices likely to be, providing tuiRt find monopoly can he kept In the hartkerounti. Tho ftigsest inc'pyis the- farmer hag to reel srith today l.s tho long haul and heavy freight charges which destroy almost every voatigo of profit. With tho elimination of f-he haul, a big Raving would bo effected and thh stock raiser sho-ild rcan tho Tho co-opcrativo principle be all ripht in tho ilevcloiimcmt of the industry, providing tiio capital Forth eo tiling to meet competition, but unless the farmers hnd the moans and were loyal to their own institu- tion It 'would bo much holler to or- gar.izc on a joint nfoek basis nnd en- lei- Iho open field ready for any coin- petition. It !a notorious Icdny that who hold shares lit co-oper- ative, elevators lielp destroy tho value of thoir own an vestment by selling their grain to a competing concern for I'm bake of a higher grpde. There no disposition to ulaiuc tho farmer for Bcoklng the utmoat pos- sible for his gr.iin but It -ia extremely iloubtfjul if ho gains by accepting- the higher grading, especially when ho IB docked BiilUcient to make tin tho dif- ference in money. When farmers take stock In co-oporativo elevators the.y should stand their Investments. Ttiero should too so mo means of reaching a fair grading without giv- ing occasion for tho opposition to i at [ho Instability of farmers engage Ii; eutor- a. It was tho samo Htory in con- nection 'with co-operative packing plants in Ontario. Tbo big competi- tion a fraction of a cent more and got tho Jiogs. All (his exjKjrlcnco tinea not 30 to show Hint Iho coQponitivn principle IK EL fnhuro. It only goes [p prove that loyalty is the baaic and that human for not long resist thn temptation of a hlglior If the farmora tjilnk they can form n ro opcratlvo pac-ktng plant end cur- ry It on fiuccpaafully, liy all means thc-y Rhouhi do lust ihn cost shoiilU bo well weighed in mlvnr.CG. t ivouhl bn better under cconomlo "R-ould for the fsrs lo In tbo support of n i regularly organised and fmV FCrtbe for a RufHcient of the oCotk io ia'iiu a. voice In tho innnaKenuint of it. Tho Grain Growr-rs' Gi-nfn company is n sLrlkfng fit tliis Illuslra- lloti. It cannol Uij described :IK co- opoi'fltJve. It Jfi n in the field competing with other buypvs. Xo prctAaso is n-.adu nt paying a hifiher price for pr.ilu iiiaii ia paid al IJie elevators. Tho dor-a In a business way, ei'.rna fat Jivlflenrls, nnd ilJ.itri- bntea the earnings among Iho share- holderB. who are chiefly ralfi- orrf. Tliat Is gixxl for in ml- ilitlon to providing for coirretltloa wit hariy tnini million of interests which may exis', ii provides op- inity for farmer to trnce his grain lo the snoui and to reap Ihe profit made in tho of tbo company. All farmers are not alinrc- holdors, ,-uul nil not be aharo- iio'iderB. but the farmers control, and that should bo Bistnc.'ent lo guarantee fair play for every other fnrrner. in the Hacking plant industry. If tho fanners we-u to suliscrfbo the majority slock they couhl control nntte as effectively -would enter rearly to compete, with all coiners iiinlcr [ho same terms nrnl similar conditions. U Is certain that ciicourfJEing (ho farmer to raise stock ho should ho Riven somo fiuiirniitno of a and the pack- Ing plant is tho best a33iirance thnt could bo given. emphasis is being placed on tlio home market ihero is no dispo- sition to flout the export trade. It ihe standby, and perhaps iho fac- tor 'which would tontj most to keep liOinn market steady, but If SoulhC'-ii Alberta irf to reach tho full- est possibilities !n development, wo should hnvo our own plants for using' ihat which wo prothico. One factory lifting tho natural products is more to the country than two using imported TLV material. We aro not only devetopiriK (lip industrial llf.e Imt likewise developing (ho agricul- tural interests. Tho country which dflvelopes theso two classes so tlmt they, ivork together lie pre- vented being a wealthy country. The flour mill and the packing plant aro industries germane (o Albo.-ia mm it would bo much better fur the farm- ers to sell thoir steers, 4ioea njid sheep to a home plant than to send them abroad. Tlio export market will bo always us. H la a safe- guard against too much manipulation J at home, but U does not give thoguar- 1 aiiten to tho farmer which ho has the- right 1o expciU before embark- ng extensively Into stock raiding. We must vacate the premises and are now offering our big stock of Hardware below cost at our BIG CLOSING OUT SALE We must sell the entire stock. Your opportunity to secure uour require- ments in high-grade Hardware at immense reductions. Kneading Pans Hegulnr [nice S if2.2Tr, Sule pricr ir SuV- price jji Dish Pans PRESSED Hcijnlnr 75c; Stile jiricc Hcgnlnr 65c; jiricu nugiilnr 51.00; Sale Preserving Kettles ENAME! __ HuRnliir Idr; Sale price 2oc. Regular 50; price Tea Pots S'.P., BcK- Side pi'irc ,51.73 Coffee Pots lU'ifiilar 53.30; Snlc price S2.00 Tin Boilers rtrgulur Salo price.' Wringers ReHnhu'S.YOO; Sak- pvia- fU'gulitr Sak1 price Hampers Regulnr prict' fyl.lW; price- Heating Stoves Sak- Sak Sak' price IlcRiilnr Sale price Riverside Oak Heaters ihir SnJe price Cast Heaters ihu- 532.00; Sale- price Snlc price Royal Range ihir Sale pi ice Jewell Range Sale price (JAH ljcr Cent Off. Builders' Hardware VALE MORTISK Sule price KANDOLK MOKTISE Sulo RUSSWIX MORTISE Regular Sale price Hand Saws liffjiilar ff2.M; Sale prici: CARPENTERS TOOLS .10% 01T. Portable Forges ?22.00; Snle price Blowers Regular Sale price Washing Machines Kefinlar SHi.riO; Sale price Sale price .S10.00 Don't fail to see as. Stock is complete and high-grade CORNER 5th STREET AND 4th AVENUE S. Mayor Stedman Presides Over a Hostile Council (Continued From Front I'agc) "Rut you can'l do Iliat, oh- jrctei! Mr. Bryan, "tor vrhat would j'ou do wiiii tlie other I Mr. THckson's luotinn was lliori put to ;i vole ami ii lioing rnrried, the rnininittoPs tor 3 n IJ were thrrebj' traiuc-il as proposed at first by Mr. Dfckson. question of ruim- filkirs Eor their services tvl just whrtt had hfcn itoae rognrriing same1 ai tho last The Mas'or cxphtined that Mr. MacDnnnfll had hy a mo I ion tint was juissed, cut that the Mayor and coun- cillors drew each luit that, 1 UK the bj'law had not hern rescinded i tlm councillors could still draw their I'.iy if wisJicd. WANTS ins "Well, cut in Mr. "I jirojinsf in come nut ask for my .nllowiimc cvcvy .is i stico ratcpnyerH will be to pay the i-ouncillors lor the work "bli yes, E atn sum (fcpy up tlie Mayor, "and j[ ytni ask for it yon may lie SUIT you'll get Hut you must rnnuinhcr it inrnns. an cMvnUilmp oi about tr> the riiiil we may as well save tlial, ynn kurtsv." Mr. nickson shot dial, the iiiutiry ttf savnl aM right- in jsoiiio ;ir.'l on it motion at.d scfoinlcd hi- Mcsbis. Tasv- cr.lt anil Su'inr.prtou, Mr. W. C. JJry- nn was appointerl Deputy Mayor lor the months of January, February and pl.irch. iDii, in proposing the motion Mr. Kjuvcett stated tliat- whcti lio Jlnyor he had hflfl of pitting over Mr. Hryan, but now he would take pleasure in having the i conditions revci soil. Thp. motion carried unaninio'.isly. Tho grants [jpen Riven to jllir- hospital anil tlic Imuril ol trade were here 1 nkrn and the luiii-r. Mr. Dicker. sairt tlmt this OJIR plaee where there would luivp lo he cer- lainty the srnr.t, ,is the results did not justify Ilio expenditure. -Mr. Fa wee 11 thought that perhaps the Hoard of not ask afi large. a pranl as they tmd beea rereivijifc. The Imspita! ,ivaa fining to rut expenses nin( jierlnips (hp mem- bers of the Hoard coidd do so loo, to a certain ex lent. However, they wriuM Jirar (lie tiiemhers had lo say after (hr annual At this point Mr. MacDonr.ell Ravc _ mil ice that ,il the next incct- j iiiR lie would inlronrce a, re- Rcindiiit; ihe bylaw granting remuiic'r- nlion Co tlic and eounell fur their services to Die lovn. 1 HALL j Mr, Dirkion moved .m-i rii Iint; sn seeondrd Hy Mr. Fiwoj-ll, That in tlm opinini; this roiin- 'cil the roailJt'ojj.s mnkfi it KnadvLs.'.Sle. to go ofi ihc ciinsLmciion of the m'.nurii-.il huiid- (2) That it would he in Mio in- trrrsls of ihe town to make ml- jV.ir.irif'rniifi terms with nil olher in- mteiTSleit Jn I lie miinicipnl iiifiliiini; for (hn purpctsc of the rrmstrni'lion of buildiiiii at tlie present .timu, ['lj tlie Finance coiuinittce be and is here- by aiithorizeil to ascertain terms and I conditions umEi-r which tim fotegoini; pnaj" be done aad to the coun- and in iUe meantime stop all fui- tliet sale rtt debentures. Mayor Bteilinan opposed this mo- tion strongly and taunted Mr. Rich- son with the statement thai lie had 'made to the effect that he was per- fectly ivulfrg to spend just as tnncli nionev as Mayor Ktcdman. His Wor- ship said tie would certainly put the motion, but as the bonds iverr sold hii knew the buitiling cjulrt not he 'sold- He then invited Mr. Dickson tn 'come down to the ollicii at any time j and go catctuUy into thrse matlers, 1 as it took too long to do so at coun- cil Mr. MacDontiell inSoimed Mr. cctt that saying the municipal rate would bo doubled in the next two years he was not correct, to sav the least, tor if the town did not grow a hit, the rate could cot be doubled. WHERE mOPHKTS DIFFER Mr. Dictson tint there would be no real estate speculation any- way for a couple oi years. "Hov.' dii you know shot hack tlie Mayor. "That's my answered Mr. Dickson. "Well, H isn't mine11, countered His Worship, "anil what is more, I feel lliat 101-1 will prove to he tho i host year that Maclcod has scon." Mr. Dickson did not agree with the Mayor and at cntcrcil into a hlco, garstritlB, mst-ninri- tion, dysentery nnd vertigo make a const Lint torture and an ultimate failure. The man who is golnst to cuod today must have, liia body, na well as his mind, in perfect working order. Stuart's Tablets arc n noccasity to who would al- ways lili body in subjection to his'will. "I Eat When Will, What 1 Want, Re- cause alien each Meal 1 Take a Little Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet" Stuart's Dyspepsia furnish Just Uioso and other tlio normal stomach Accretes for tbu digestion of food. One cr two of (hose tablets n'ill completely dlpcfit the heartiest meiil witliont any aid from tbo stomach. At the time they tone np ar.d Invigorate tbo enfeebled .uotnach ?o that it. is soon in a be.ilMiy condition again. I'rndont inon nlwayb have a box ot Stimrt's ny.-ipopsla Tablt'ls on hand. They make digestion curtain no mat- ter ivhat or how much is think because your sloinach is usually all right thai you don't need them. Tha policeman carries a rovolver, not be- caiiEo ho needs it nil Uio time, but be- cause when bo docs It, bo neoils it riplit then. When you v.anL reiief fron1. .'niliscEiEcn, you relief at once. Ho armed -nyalnst stomach trou- bles, utiii ii Imx oi b'lunrt's Oyspepsta Tabieia, HO omts nt. any drug stoic. Sui'cosAful in on nverywlicrci tiiem and rely upou ihom.