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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. KETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JAXUAKY 22, 1911 CKXTS NUMBER 35 THE TWO ELEVATOR REPORTS HNG OEFEftl FOR IHE [MRS Resume of the Negotiations Which Followed Immediately Aftet Last Convention OTHER PROVINCES Defects Noted in the Saskatche- wan and Manitoba Systems Status Claim That Farmers' Elevators Are not in Reality Co- Operative Certain Members of Committee Acted in a High-handed Manner Eleralor wnnmlt- lee vns na follows: GenUojnun, Your Elevator '.'om- tiH'oe "appointed -by tbb board of directors to report H3 follows: nfter die convention ITOMT lull board mot and a consMer- amount of time was rforoted lo the discusfloa of lLo elevator Farm mlop- stairs noticed smoke coming from Ihe -fit of the fanner at large. tion of legislation, protecting tiie far-; laud yuablcd today to reduce ils hasernent, Iher. hnard heartrWid- I IMIODUCK DKPARTMEXT mers from the implement men is rc-i'mmtnmn rale of discount to 4 per Ing shrieks as of some-tody in The Calgary market scheme figured to as one ni the achievements cent., owing lo tlic im prove men t in He rasl-crt downstairs closely (qllow- prujoinently in the report and wai of toard. anrt then, -ff'hen the constaWe's mointnlarlly turned, back into tie burniag cell to meet his. death by suffocation, was (ho terrible fate tonight BANKS OF ENGLAND AND GER. MANY REDUCE. THER REDUCTIONS London. Jan. Hank Kna- Corporal n'arScr. and Constable considered a Ws forward, as il Meat O'Neill. Thp dense volume ot.araoho olii.iinalc.1, by a clever Ir.o c. tte bvbw made it Impossible to see anything. mi they irere gasping for Lreatii loiig a" Ijeforo tlioy readied (tic lou-cr floor. :sorance tliat (tie They to localu the source liut when tbes' oiioned t.._ radded cell door they were met by i'w' ma'If by talEaiy to establish a tho moTictarj' fituation both here and modification scttlenient of the LsT.elitting thc uroilucer I cor.siir.icT. TJic boatrf has .the as- Orain Growers1 ipcn produce Tiie ef- o( (irain company viH o] tbe [department at their TCI coincs in lor favorable ronnnent. Tntiercular laws ing Ihe itisiiection oi cattle are con detuned as ni-snlis-Iac.tory. SKCIIKTAKY'S UEl'OHT Secretary ttooilbriiljic, ivho has been in thr report VTITC licking of (lame, which made the bravest of them flinch, but they stuck to their task, and willed son to safely. While Constable Jtichle went up stairs lo give the laarm, tbe other officers escorted tho remainder of the prisoners lu the basement to temporary quarters. No sooner had the mounted :nen iurned their than Ibtcson dash bach into the burning ceK. (iovcrnnitnt to rral of the r-olicemenl made heroic bill at Ibis romins session altenipls at rescuing liim, it was (hat thc act is now being rtraitcd bj lo remain for long in the the solicitor general.- union stock yards" was also heartily so active in connection with the in-j week or two. c-ommendH. Other matters touftird on trresls plncrti uniler his i-nro, during Soutli AfrTcr.n general strihc. Tbo fact that tho German batik rate d- also was lowered toJay, antl the lic- lipf tiio Trench bank rate soon follow suit, make tnniket ex- perts confidently anticipate'a further of Hie KnclUb, bank rate lu Agricuii'Jral credits be the aeit fanners' problem to bo grappled br the f-rovinciai government. Tbflt waa fhe fiord of Hon. Btewari, of Public Worts, to the delegates ai Wednesday evening1! of the United Farmers' con- vention, and as the minister IK tofb. a farmer and a member of tbe. gor- L-rnmtni. he ftLouM knov ivhereot ne pronoun cement in tbla regard was greeted by A burst of applaupa on, ihe part, o' eveiT delegate present, for probably when Is eiid and done the question of credit for tua farmera SB tbe question nl all fn ihe province today. Tho Minister admitted'at the out- sei lhat the problem was not an eaEy one to tackle, for H U not easy ol solution. He admitted readily that he had bis tears whether the provfu- clnl government ol Alberta, without nfd Irom other prorlncial governments or some other outside source "frpuld. able ta solve it alone. But. that It- be tack'ed, te could give jv-ord, and that some aoiutlon factoiy to the farmtira would be found in thiie, lie was not afraid. TJic- occasion was the first Mr. Ste'ivart had ever addrefiseil. an and the- impression made was like tne big and full of optimism. He Vlcas.'d. lie to address an andt enrc HO large and, so representative j of every r-oitiftn of the province. It I well for fee future tbat Iba jentlrjsiasm is kept no. It augur? [wpll for the legislators also, because 1 from thc deliberations, 'they will hnon- what the peoi-1e want, and will Jmve n basis on which to make start the riybt direction. There it a fair lepresentatlon of farmers on both sides of the house at Kdmontoa lie assertoa. be hoped ft uould hs year, submitted a CO OPKRATIVK IjKUISI.ATIOX factory lepori. He coveted tin Thc Directors, ihroiigh the C'ana- volnniE ol work done by.) rlinii Couricil of Agriculture, hcnc ''is in a brief am! pleas- ovj.--jih.in3 possiMe to forward with the piu thc matter ot the cslabllshmcnt Co-opernthc Associations under Do-1 Who Will Land inin'lon Charter, and arc reliably foVmoil'that. i! is' tbe intention of llio union. Jlr. IVnorlbridge 5.1 id number oi Unions on onr ont yeai HS. Tiie rer- s711- in a compreticr.- is increase in the niom- anrf iccivcfJ. Last year. in: The London Job ng EiifforaUnt-; nlmosphere, and .it was not until streams of u-ater had Jieen played on the cell, and after the ar- rival of tho firemen, that II. was'pos- sible lo reach the unfortunate iran. Attempts at artificial respiration prov- ed fruitless, and Coroner Krailliwaite pronounced life extinct. RESTLESS NIGHT Memorial in Westminster Ab- bey For Lord Represent Canada l.f.ndnn, Jan. ley is uol tn be the last, 'pLuo of T.nrtl StrAllirtina .Mtiiitil lloyal. Thr- relatives of flic slalranan definilfly dcddrd today lo earrv "ai'l phonic founder ot the Co- (ConHimcd un j'.igc the ap- iioinnu-nt arc fit least subjoel or sip at the carnal. subject is like- ly tu (ontiniH.- to arise the greatest curiosity. Ijec.i-jse- the preblem con- Ktvcrnrnent in its selec- lic" o! ('-'r-M1a's llliri1 commis- most of iiliicli aie i roiL-liliiles a great political [nr which, had FOR TI1K U. Urges Real Co-Operation I lie saifl. "one nord to iay to von JontgM. Forget yonr differ- ences nf oninEon: everylbihs '.Continued on Pago Will Start on The Subway at Once HUDSON'S BAY STORE TO PAY ITS THIBUTF Tiio Hudson's May LA clos- ed aU day Monday on tiie of liie of Tho order liaa from thc commission- er lo nl] stores nnd posts of thb conv pany to ceaso business on Monday as n trlljute of respccl to one Identified tiio company nearly alt his Ufe, during thr, thn ImmHe slsa aa a ciir f The crosses llir Pnivinci- Altn-rlii nnrt iwpsl n few miles soiilh of Csiluary. j Tluil porlion nf llir Province sinilli Ihis liiu- shipiivd !78 8-1IJ per ci-nl. of llif Ri-dhi i-niii or bushels. The shipments from norlh of Ituil line were hnshcls, or 2'2 per mil of the total. According lo Ihe Dominion reports for the jirain ele.- ynfor capacity for Alberhi iiniiiiinfeil U> 11 Imshels. Of this clnvalor wipiicity only Inishek or per rout, is located south tif Ilie same line, while Ijnsh- cls ciipacily or oS per cent, is lontled norlh of that line. The..capacity north of Ihe line is hushels fp-ealei- Ilinn thc shipments. The capacity south of Ihe line is hushels than the shipments. On this showing wiierc shullld new ulcvijlor.s be erecltd? tiie situatiurt of whioli will be a v.-ail with keen interest not only In Canada, lint in Creat UritaLn as well Morn tlian half a are ing rientioiie'l in connpcllcn v.ltii tiie vacancy Incliulin.E; nt lonst liirec cal> ________ inet ministers and two provincial1. The catiiiitt who COHIC dfiwn fircct as to IM: flgnrinr in lUc Rpe.iilii-j many of our best customers as lean lion arc1 Hon. UoLcrt KCgera, lion. (i. irncpt, and lo tell )'our major lhal it Koiter. and lion. .1. Ma7.en, prtivincifll ninislers nifciitionefl, are Sir Diehard McIJriiie, of lliidsh Col- uinbia, an.l Sir ftoiiliii uf In addition to caljin "islnistcrs wlta who nrc. Up'jkcu likely successors o! I.unl there, is Cccrgs minister without portio'io. nhc fgr ver! l'1osel-v Ihe. inlrtition ol Ilif r. K- pnitce'd with thc constnirlion nl the ai i-lHl at Tlrs is the' good r.fivs dial Mr. K. Colcnian, supcrintrr.denf ..I tliT At- lirita lines ft the P. It. brought with him froi'i l.'nlgary this a.ltpr- Mr. Colrrn.Tfi is a very IJIIKV man, and the reporter had only a few nioii.rnls ivilh him. b'Jt the qualily f Ihe news.given out was very Cameron, tiie divisional surcrinltr.d' .Siioltier IHrly for the HP.U Hon. Adam Beck, Iximrmi, Out., fl erijoytil'V loukriii at 'thr man of wcalili, and distinction. Vno o! Mr.' Cnfeuiari exprcti late hns spent cunslcler.bJc ilt.ic (f) on 11 c.csttioun-j1 in' tW, abroad. ;