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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE I- E T H15 R E A1 H K A l.l> U'KDMKSDAY. JANUAHV 21, 1911 Loi'4 Strathcona Away in Peace at 1: i IKOUS. .LiiJ imi-t hii! i'i ri'M had H. UP j i.rst vl. he :Uo in s-rrs fat beyic.i il.c ery interests cair.e at all ki.uun linn who viiivalK tai-t aufJ Stra'Jn HIS WONDERFUL T ie itcaiilnnitOii CAREER TIu1 Air, Smitli :inJ Mr. Stepbtni.i were 10 liioir turh ato (orturn1 :i orthr Hie work could 50 lu today thorp are uiHiiy lorU's In escalation of ihe nieeUugs cf diri'vtors sal vjth bliiili faiv? s HiM we cau'[ raise il Let iis comeback I'-e boara iifxt day L' Tvjwrtijii failoro uu'.il !t camo Sir.UJi'a rum. "I've raised ua- il vill carry u? cti for U'hr'i ii will raise linirf." And so tlio work utnl :i G. ISS5, flvo :i btfuro Us ihuo, (bo rail fray an-l the people began Ciow much hiaii batl Alberta Farmers Are in Coriven- l'-v O V Til sc-J by dto ij. orj ci t [I: of Lord Sir.ilfi- Iron.'1 His life Setomes Sir Donald hi nfUT ih Pi'.oific ilaihvay. Mr, is thr v, i realise tiajei-e's tribmo. i or rfmarls ih.u all ikeJ Lipto that todiy thul they or.e of the li'ioKf of voiH's hiaioi T.oi'J is i.ui l in th? Tiii'jht have l-eea ;t Je'.v i it has I'foa auiicipAltd ni'fji.v cf the Order of of IKO farm- ers cu v.fs' i-ollcy (probated for the vo-efit of tin- city iho iluc-stipn, "Wtiai ihe oT this on tbe farming vom- He roiKmtulaicd farm- ers ou their fino provincial urgauiza- tfoii. Tlib IrjasUtyrcs- aro ail tu tbeir f'jnctfons. bill whin he wants lo what is soed tor iLe farcicrs lie urns to tbp of tbe U.. K, A. ind similar orgauizscions for it. is: artUUy .5. iikhael Si. George. Cut" ho While was it.e i-ol :t IUJB m make hiiuKi'iif luu.L. of his rt-- j his_ riches increased genius, whole of ihe i .lid hU of his jmluum wi.-i iiXii rf iipcratior.s iiud Mcutroal will uevcr iines nt finanre Liulysiry. j thP crectwu of a fivo Pori: K'iropc v.-5 j vriK.u U-. iu.-t the1 agony of Cai.aa trie was liitie Vfp.ce.-: of ine lutuic of 3Zf, and. t-vi- e! falliLE poner. vas-bciti- E'jcceedc'd bv oiaeis in fho work ma of some of the srMt enter-j prUes v.liirh his r.axe will ever j h? His rflrri'totsbip at the uf his death included the AngUv- I'ptfiai Oil Co.: Hndwrs Hay- t'o i his V.oaie Morayshlre. and ?ait- National for Tauaila. CJueeu Victoria haj awe- Car.acii Lar.d Co.; :Jtat crowced and the iteam- rinr.iiercial Caile Co.; Uorjbioa CVjl: EbiP iireparinsr !o cross the At- Tn.; L-br.dcn ami TinaJian H took hia sK weeis to do n anii Li-ncLon aEd journey irhk-li id now accomplished Lite' Assurazte Co, lie also tori-j in six uays. S u u'ou lived ageJ eiphteen. of Mont-! i-rary leal.'1 POLITICAL CAKEKII riral in roiltii'S was in 1STU [lie iMULmit; with ihe ml his now Lord .Mount Stephen, STAVO WA'a-nIp. ili euJowuieut. Tlit-re is no ilr.er ?ite for a hospital anywhere. Ovi-rloo'iin? the eiir, and the valley of the St. I.iwrer.ce. it a ftt- monumeut to the "patience aad pert'evenmte of ihe man wbo buMr it. Toward the cause of education 1-orJ 31 retched a liberal One of his most popular-be- ciueits u'as to Jloyri Victoria Col- lege for Women. It is xralled "Don- ald a "feaiinued" form of the donor's Christian iiame. As illusirai- ing the reserve TVhich has characters red the man. it i? loM o( Tho funuer kut-vs Le net worib alout. Tbe Centre land -West were not for ihere was UQ railway arross iKe coa-- the territories ad- with Pr. C. .1. Bird he was by the Honorable the tousc'cf bv Henry commor.? at Ottawa for ihe coa-jyur. and a? the Hudson's LauJ cf ndventurous trappers and trailers. Veto this vriiiltfiiefs wtat Donald A. Suiiti In After ten years-lu the St.'. Laurence iioris. he Ijah- rador. where he-rebiained tiati! and CatabJlEhed a repjlaiion o: Thp'fiame" year c'rctrd nithoyi as i rrprcscn l at ive .i r.i arid H t John h 1h? Joc.il .'-Thus tLr.iirsi parlian-.ent- u; Mani- {ij'oa Ttas tell ir. the oi A. K. linRnftlvr.f, .iiicl .dioui building in Wirr.ipfE." TJie .of ths couiary were j hiai when hospital was fin- irbed. and, the committee wished to opto i( with pomp 'and ceremony, ?ir-Donald ?aid: "No. no; open thy "when the building is ready, and Itt the patieuU come In 1SS3 eame the hlgboat honar. of all in lus-eomniurcial ap- pointment as Covernor to the Hud- son's Hay Company. He had jronr chro'jgh stage, troni elerk tc coremor, of the company's busiaeiB. fend' pro'reiT -all." Vorther honors were In for iSm. At the are-of needF. ami why lie metis it. "l he continue. "Uiat you have admtited; into your deliheratloris the voice or the laditE. Vor ihey are fat tor? in Oie development of our factors ttiuii lUrtiiy of tioiieve. and !f. i wanted to know the reul sratns of the farming InduEtry in our province, I go to the wives uf our farm- ers." Urges Activity Mr. Tracy urgeo greatf-r aollvlty on the part of the United Farmer? cf Lerta in Southern Alberto durbg the coniitig year, and thit beforo the end o? 1P14 there wo'uM iiol be a farmer In the great territory- tributan- lo tho city ot who could Rot produce a'card oi.'membership in thy farmers' great co-operative asso- ciation, HQ assured them also that he Vould. on behalf cf the chy of Lethbridge, co-oijemte with them In parcels post, the posial maar otter im- pprtaat U-zislative matters which will make the pioneer on the Alberta farm a more contented and prosperous man. Telejraias were read at. this point from the B.C. Fruit Growers' associa- tion m convention, and from the Sar- nla Fence Co. impressing bast irisl for n convention. looV on Mircn 1S7I. av.d in iue mmant, fMkirk eonstitnrare. tte rote enabled hhr 'Z IT ..._ A. Smith .John Taylor him to thrive on the of Uie climate. Ars'yUhire, add Montreal, Can- K'.i The P.iftT Rebellion j ada.- Xow conies a moat Irjtereatir.i chap-'j -r in': his" life: (lie Kcd Hiver rebel- High Commissioner For IcTie the hold cf the z: SECOXl) .teen on the second Dominion eld-luiii in The rule whirh i'ue provinci ol Manitoba was in Hep- I hitoerto had been v, ice and practical, {fmbcr.--l.S72. Posald A. Siuitii Wa? detioucced .as arbitrary. The- ihis time ni-liosert by Mr. Wilson '.of pjrer aetilemcnt bad then a mis- tbe firm of Wilson and Hyiiian. in of some I'arty and personal ieeiic; .A-erp Europeans. Canadians', ran higi, at this In Wiruip.- Atnerit.an3 aild. French riot toot plive whicii 'iffices oE1 tfie ilaniioban Gazette Metis were sacked. DoiaU A. JMnith was again, elecled for .-Tins pariuaient saw the defeat BJr John "A. in what was known at tl.p lime r..i durable bed spring made. THE MATTRESS -'V Is-made out of excelsior and col ton. No rags or shoddy outer into the jnakiuc; of this mattress. Big Reductions on other lines as well We Extend a Cordial Invitation to All Strangers to Pay Us A Visit BawdenBr Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 7O9-3rd Ave. South The Minister of. Agriculture Koa. Duncan Marshall.is always at ioir.6 among-.-fbe .fimaers, acid the: 'arruers aVways Eeennto-ba at home the man'tttiO'ISr directing; the pol-. ties of the govern meat toward the] 5 -ir Phone 625 -province-of of ing session, but he carried a message abounding .In assurances of1 sol-eminent-support which was re- ceived in a manner which would as- sore a listener .that jht} government of i province of ie closely al- I'.ivith the .Uniteel :Farrnere of Al- berta-ln mako-the lot of the farmer an one, and .10 the farmers, the backbone Qf too in what Harphall the highest iuil us iry. t j Mr. doubt about tbe desire of the govern m. 2111 see Uie farmers of Alberta" succeed. "I wish lo congratulate, thia organ- ization and the .of ho satrt in introduction, "because iEs officers the directors of Iho Co-Operative- Elevator asso- ciation, on its rhenorcenal fiucc during the past year; for H is r.u easy task to laiincji and put into operation a elevator scheme, whlcn has seen carried on tp much success !n the snort time in 'which U nag been, in existence. I am already convinced ,t can ty" a com. feet, and., theyt tad first ten. carloads of hogs, price was raised 75 cents per.hundrcd. And- I am pleased to tell you-that at-any time you may" be able to gatber a few corioads or a tralnload of prodoce to- will glva yoi .tie services, freev'o'f our Hveatock ctimmlBsloner.-. to'taie tbat aloclt to ibebcst market that wo can find." of Progress Mr. Marshall drew forth applause lliwn oil in this rositio'n, it is niy'alm iicwlcil to get more. fanners in par- where the end- as much money -in tiiccneslTtcn the infoicits are in the inajnr- yeacs educating Uie hoys can'l'esprot Irce tmrtc, ers to faint as ha5'been 'spctit. cannot expect government ownership heretofore in educating them tojoavc of railways, we cannot expect single the farm mid-croud iutu the cities, lax, so as o'.ir government at 1 PllAlSED THE-pATERS iUltawa is do mi netted by interests Mr. Marshall paid a tribute arc opposed to us.TJ daily papers of Western Canada for Mr.' Tregillus in closing cxleijifol what.-they-iWfre. dpjPB. iliakc best'Wishes of tiic officers of farmer's 'profession ir.o'ie difiiiific.il. association fora fiiiccessful convention considered matters nt iiulicy fnr consumption. Ho said (he government Intended during the cornlog year to !31iss make some provision for cooperative t on farmins' in W marketing of which he looks to ntKomc ono of the prorince's csr- during I9H. THURSDAY NIPHT TO MEET THURSDAY NIGHT llaynvwid, JMI. The ru Canada lo'lay, ami her efforla sre class of tbe First lVnr.l Sunday echool rcgardeii by his department.'1 aro giving a social at toe wnni the conclusion of his aiHrpss Tlmreday evening January 1'2. ,1C nTO vole'or Inanks -.vw tendered Picnic tea 'tviil bo and R ir.iiustrj- waa. growing. Liberia, hejiion. Mr. MaisliallTor the splenilid grammo rendered. It Is Uio am] o. declared, stood at the head of tiia lift 'address he bad help-; these classes to get together ou mat- In In Canada, so far as Us to start tUc convor.iion-off v.illi ti-rs of geueral Interest, Use 'picturw He was glad also that the dairying Ihrarty vole'of (hanks i pany farmers, directed by the farm- ers ap a wnole. teUer than it can he operated by any government. As a reati j t. o? li avin g th is organt zation r thro-jgh which the fermera of the fro- vfncc coulrl work, aid. somethin pairj' Act ia toncomed, and EU lar as the fi'jeatlon of govornnient aid to tho industry 'may he tafcen into considera- tion.- tlic right I'RKKIDKNT'S IlKPOKT Quit.sey of Haror.E, the chair, while President. Tre-. gillus presented his annual rejiort io He also dwell for time on tho the members ol the V. I'- A. Among oUerkull'ural education. lie the most important legislation Kam- had bren -severely- c'riliuizH. he said, c.l by the larn-.crs this ye.ir .through U.c medium of tlicir organization, he for.it; that ia. provided them with because o the manner i as rcnmijer-for atikirk by the, ien a m unaniniovin. of com- bi- riia.s nni lime lo fn'nr: of him.- elf the srai it be uvferaloni it.al in thcxs A- Smith; i-.n-x a'.snost n supporter of Sir Johii A. raunity. As a result of lunl all, ncsf supplier ol Mr. M from ai-attio lii tailed tfit Calgary mar- in'anfl all rrrtvlace' on a lhal'he CTpcrtcd liiat will.-1- Iiad hrcn'VjoM-Wwanl "the cs- n the next f.vr years five OT more UMisbmrnl ot the tax jirmcj- iiiun. tchwls have lo he hniii. asstssmcnl and Inxatlon. l is his desire lo educate the boj-s herfa, hesaid, was tlicesren in to the farm c! educating station of taxation in the IXmifntoti Whooping CougK iTUMODIC CKOIT ASTHMA CO WHS HOOCHrrU CATARtH COLDS fe: Miriamit. IlllJiPOOSH ol Canada, ami many am. liririic 'from across the Lli.c Kccause of thrir heHe( in this form of thr great succrss ulkilli il has mrl ,stj far. Mr, extolled the Cn-operalivc As- sociations Act, lur it pavrs the way to grsatcr mutual Irlp. spri-kc proli-Ciion nmtms; tfic lannrrK Mr. looks kit more to IIP done iliulnx convpjitlon tiir Utits ol hwn fii'JorsrU lij the V- A., nm! was plpasnt to slate that arrange- rncritR hail lifcn u hereby the latlic.'3 tt'tmlrt Iiold sessions of Iht-ir o'Ah llii-s yeai. wa? "hole theme of Iiis a'Mrcss. Ifc tliat the y. A. working toward KIDNEYS NEED LOTS OF WATER DRINK PLENTY, ALSO TAKE SALTS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS frir.'atid In meat excltfE (he ncys they Iiecomc ovemorhod: BhigglBli. atihe anrl fed like of lend. Tlie becomes cloudy; Iho Madrter ia Irritated, and you inny brj oliHgtil Lo seek relief two or thro-) tlmw during the ufglit. When Iho kldncj-R clog you iitnst lielp lUcm fliiali ciff Iho tudy'R iirinoiia -wHPte or vou'll be :t ntclt shortly. Ai. first you feel a dnll misery In tii'j kidnry region, you suffer froui liack- ache, sick headache, cUzKliioan, sto- mach KC-ts soifr. loiiK'H- foated nnd you feel rheumatic twliitcs wlicn Iho wcatbcr JH bad, lesa mraL drink of nlao from finy riiinrts fjf Jntl Hailfi, (attn a tabli- apoonfnl in a xlass of water bcfora breaking t for a few and. JOIT kidneys will thon art fine. Thla oiis tfftHn is jnndo frtini the acid c.f crnpnfi and leinon Inlrn, with llthfa antl bas lioon naod for generations lo rlcan kidnov-t and (horn to normal ncllvily aUo to tho acEdH [u nriii''. it ito lunger IB o noiirro of frrlin- tlon, tlj'js hlfidfler ,1ml Salta Is Inr-xuciialvo. ninnot in- jure; makes R cTfc-rvrscciit II tlila-water (frink which cteryoiin should tfiko now and then lo rhr> xjrlncy.i dean "nd acllvo. las, govcrnnilnt owncrsbip r.f utili- lies and free trade, for nri1 the here pay they "11 lots of .lad things that uill the1 fatmrr on to folks -ft'ho tielleye in overcoming Ihe proper plane where he will not kidney trouble while It Is only troubl he ground under lircl iiie inlir- 1 fur sale by lllslntmtliain C esls.1 Cu (he [arjarrs Is Ud.. drugsisis. ;