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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT T II E I, E T H B K U> tt E WEEKLY 11 E K A L 1) THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1911 (r Chew Food Thoroughly In these days of sofl, nmshy fouils unit nu-flk insurtu-icnl uiaslicalion of food is often responsible fur sloimu-h trouble, headache, biliousness, canctipntion, tlnll brains, and various oilier ills. Ihesi- IroiiMesoiiw results IKI avoided or corroded by a reguUi1 Crushing Defeat for the Critics ly of rape-Nuts FOOD The.tiuu. crisp granules, wilh i-ivam on the side, invite llioroiijju eliewni; which is of double advantage. It promotes ;i sure mixture of the food with the first step in digwtion. it :tlso lends to nurninl development ami preservation of the leclli. (inipc-Nuts food is'made of wheat and mailed barley. II contains all the rich imlriuic-ni of thr grains, includinp; the n.-Unral Phosphate of Pnlusli so essential for strength of tody and keenness of brain. Cirnpe-Nuls eonies ready Io cal tlinvt Iroin Ihr a delicious ami is easily digested. Hat your food thoroughly. There's a Reason for Grape-Nuts sold by grocers everywhere. Made bv Canadian Post tun Cereal Co.. Limited. Windsor, Dili. (t'ontinufd tlou lu CalgtO" nrh lo Uunch out lolo of co- CROWDS WAITING FOR WORK OUTSIDE FORO-FACTOHY IN Reeer.tljr Henry Ford, -President the Ford Company of Detroit, ciadc the announcement thai lie needed 4000 new employees at not less ,'jOO fcetweon tbe cniployets as a bonus. The above picture in line fur a position, after coiuins frua all pans ot the .western than ii> per day; and he was soine to divide ahoKs or Ihe of who are KnUed States and Caaafia. FAVOR.A Ition. I'Jt the moiiou to have- the clause referred to, eliminated seemed to meet ibe approval of tbe majority. ai k tvas deemed by most of tie farth- ers altogether superfluous in tbat the plan bad never been given an oppor- tunity to prove either operative OT inoperative. Tbe report as it Oooperaivfc pecking uf pork receiv-1 iuus sininp in tne pritt? of hugs seenv c-d the hearty c-ndorsatioii cf liie farm- j imminent, and although the prs at toe ccnvenUon yesterday, dc-s-iers believed that the price being paid I lite the rider auac'jed to fork at the prefect time TTUS a lining erne, i lacking committee's report tu the j the removal cf the tarifi on effect that tte "present plan is in-1 by tbe United States helped toe siiua- operafiva." The rider ivas struck oft i tion. lir. Boiver. former president of the report by the authority of a iuo-1 tiie .U. F. A., tho'jgiit tbat the smaller the adopted follows ic'part: The tommiUee met on Xof. o and very fully into the matter I marketing the large quantity of boss The agltatioa to have couM corner the marltet and tbe province this season, acking planta estahiish- j pricea, and that the establishment decide-d that acd -mea'cs ticn. Rice Sheppard. wLp read tie'" plants coiild act feeders to to explain why com-: market, and were altosetber dtsi inittee bad the plan .in-, as rcgulatori, as tbc- larger operative, or. bow it could Le still "uad the advantage tbat lc opera live. co-operative packing plants estabiisn- j pncea, ana teat tne eaiatmsnmeni c" cd was started at a lime when a ser-1 co-operative! pJacis would tend to jmuBt be found at once to prevent a big slump in prices, and alter much consideration, we decided to recom- mend it-at as far as the sjatem adopted by the Kei Deer Co- operative, under the able manage- iiment o; -Mr. B, should be I adopted by our local unions, that fa. o'jr members to list with the local secretary or some other responsible petaoD. the-nuraber of hogs they bave Tha man bcltlnd Ihe inloorlty report titos that he lo Claiue o of tte bill aa the first draft considered by the 't ot the conunltttc, liiiD conseat to It without cci- be wUMtew from h.p meeting. Thereafter he rare- j considered, and (heierore the it; it In iDftJcvrlty report present- Co on to the oStJCt tliat the committee was unanimous in doclsloa to adopt tbe bill, is Mr. Freim's Contendlog that "Ifce whole of proceedings with regard to the Uni- ted- Farmers' Cooyeiallve elevator tho asXlng that they be established, was pasted by U.F.A.. reflected the favorable e of !Jr. nsvlngton towarJ the s and the Elevator Act, E. J. manager cf the com- pany, ably refuted the charges made against the bill and Both Mr. BevlDslon and Mr. Soren- he clftlmed. had placed them: selves record as being !n favor of the- and he read reports of icotloas endorsing them, irhlch mo- tions were cither made or seconded by Mr. Sorenson, chtef ir.surgenL He attributed the failure of so-called co- operative elevators In the past to the faut that each elevator was made a separate unit. "You can't field com- bines with Individual said he. "you tmisl fight them with a combine of your (applause.) Committee Approved Bill Mr. Bevlogtpn had clalued that the coinciittee bad not listened to bis ob jectlons. Mr. Fream pointed out where thn board, was in hEinttoiiy be- I fore the final adiniirnnienl. ncd where Mr. Stewart, tfte government mem ber of the legislaUve comoitttee, had at the final meeting'of that committee before" irie- bill was to come before the house, asked the :nembers if it was satis-'aclory, and all had replied tha it was, Mr. Bevlaglnir included. Ai to the "sentiment- of the board ol dir- ectors. Mr. Freaur said: "when you give instructiocB to 13 men lO' d .bins, and 11 are in one mine UID other should put. their ehould er to the for the common goot of N'p mentibn was made by Mr Devirigton. Clause 35 at the las raceiins; oE the committee, and oihe clauses tbat he bad recommended had inzerled. Mr. Fream c'tcd to show that members of the opposition'had'endorsed the bill as co-operative. Mr.; Tweedie, the member from said "H is a blU and V am, golug to sup- port It." .it Bovington'a re- quest, Mr. Fream had met Mr. Uram- ley Moore, ex-M.P.P., a co-operation specialist, wlio had endorsed the Cold Weather Is Doing It OUR Big Hurry-Out-Sale is certainly boom- ing now. The cold snap is responsible and such weather as this is sure to last through- out the balance of January and also February Ladies' Furs Hurrying Out-This is our Complete Stock of Fur Coats ONE ONLY, RAT COAT Regular H39.00 for 1 Only RAT LINKD colljr, RegulKr flSoOO for 2 Ofily, RAT LINED COATS. Mink collir Regular {125.00 (or 1 Only, RAT LINED COAT, Sable Collar C7C Regular now for a 19 t RAT LINED COAT. Wertern Sable Collar, regular nor1 lor 1 MINK MARMOT COAT Regular J125.00 for 2 BUCK PONY COATS. Regular JS5.00 for........ 1 MARMOT LINED COAT. Ger- man Otter collar, reg. for 2 BEAVER CLOTH COATS. Sable Collan nebular J30.00 for THESE PRICES ARE AWAY BELOW WHAT THESE GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT WHOLE- SALE FOR TODAY. Clearing Out Our Shoe Department HEN'S FELT LINED, RUBBER SOLE Regular 1 5.EO for AUCTION SALE OF f. VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WILL BE HELD AT 403 ST. S., IN THE PIONEER FURNI- TURE STORE OPPOSITE SHERMAN THEATRE FRIDAY NEXT, 23rd COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK Consisting of the Clares Eitenilon Tables Centre Tables tTaalre Kitchen Cupboard 5-PJece. Parlor 9st Single and Doubl? steads Folding Cots Set of Large and Small Hugs All sizes cf Ur.ol.eurh. Oil Cloth Ori-talns. r.lankets Set of nfsbes Odd Tinware Ar.d other ailicles too rjumeroua to ir.eAtlaii. MUST BE TERMS CASH. GUS AUCTIONEER Mr. Bevlngtbn haa contendeJ, after :he bill was pasacd that it iraE not n the interest or the and asked Mr. Fream to take the objec- :ions to the bc.ird cf directors, stat- ing that he tiad seven of the bnard with him. When Mr- Fream brLucht mailer to the altenttoix of Hie ;.'javd. Mr. retraced tiie statement. Proven Beneficial Mr, Fream outlined tlic jrincipJe, sh lad reaped for sale each ir.ontb, or as often as required, and us soon, as a car lot or I more ia listed, get a trom our I provincial or other burerd. and if satisfactory, order the hogs 'to be i brought la for shipment on a certain date. also considered tbat at points where the Co-operative Elevators are I In operallcti, arrangements could be r made for the man IE charge to keep a I Hat of all who wished'to do business along lltics, and atterjl to the I and st-feing that It IB Impos- jsibla to gtt help from the government the shape of pork packing plants I this season, .we that tbe Minister of be "asked lo render aeSifitBncc II called urion, to help forward th's'dipping scheme that should not he able to get fair -and proper bida from onr provincial their elevators. wilh where the farmers a benefit already from T-iiere are fifty local 30 shareholders, or about 110 to every elevator. Eight of theeo elevators hari purchased on instmctlon from tlio local. Prices as reported paid for theae elevators had befca by thous- ands of dollars by the papers. Kach had been ta'xen over at thp. sroaHesI possible and by remodelling bar been brought up to the standard of others. 7.Tembers of the obstructionist con tlngertt rose to points .of order on MEN'S l.BUCKLE Regular J1.S5; now MEN'S 2-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Regular now MEN'S 3-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Regular uou- MEN'S CLOTH TOP RUBBERS Regular >I.7f; now MEN'S ALL FELT BALS. Regular 52.25 for MEN'S ALL FELT CONGRESS Regular J2.50 for.............. MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS "Regular Sac for............... 65c Oft I .OU C1. ftrt 4) I .UU LADIES 2-BUCXLE OVERSHOES Regular J2.25, now LADIES' CLOTH TOP RUBBERS Regular ?1.25; now............. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' STOCKING-OVERS [tegular 11.40 QCn llegular {1.20 now .........O3U Now O3C ALL CHILDREN'S RUBBER GOODS EQUALLY REDUCED A FEW PAIR Or HEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOCKEY SHOES LEFT Some Specials in Whitewear LADIES' CAMBRIC NIGHT sleeves, low neck, lace or embroidery trimmed! Regular 75c for............ LADIES' COTTON CREPE GOWNS vltll Klmoiia 1 eteevea, neck and aleoves finished with nar- row I.lnen Lace. Regular price ff