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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, IJ)I I THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PPEA r i To I. . K. A. Amiual I'uiivdilioii '-!l-2.j J:ni. mil : (IcuUriiien ; Aciiiiii, nii l.lio .rPtiui'sl 111 I 111' rnnvciitiun i lieicliy respci'lr riiliy Hiiliinil. my rcixirl (iii tlio elova-iDi' iiKillcr. i'lic uiiijoril.y of llii! boiii'd ol directors did nol' put. im; on iiny ol till- \iirioiis foniiiilltpcs last, \ear and UiMfl'orc Mr. ficornc Hev-innl.oM will doal wiMi mutter in his i-eport. as it was liaiidleil by [\w eonmiiLtee. My rejisoiis for voting a'.;ainsi I he iiia'orily report of your direelors, are as follows. The last, eoiiveiitioii passed a hnal iiiiaiiimoiis rrsidiiliion as follows, and which was III lorin the basis upon which the elevatoi- act to he es- tablished ; "Thai, the Hoard oi Directors be in Klructed l,o appointi a special com-mil tee lo falalit.v, against the. niuuiciyality asuuiuliig fhe instalment payments of KO\eriunent j;uar- a,nter!il bonds for tlie. erecUoii of the clovatorH, slaughter houses and cold slorago plants; "Anil further: "That the; .-Vlberta. gov�rnmont ot-fer its assiataneo lo the niuniclpali-lies in coniieolioii with bond issues for the erection of elevators, together wilh alauBhterhoiises and coUl storage blunts, only &''e- 1 lion of this clause which deals with I the prorata distribution lO shareholders and patrons, .vou will notice, ar-rlves after all the earnings h.ive .jeen disposed of. Therefore, it is only like i the title to this act: evidently placed there for the purpose of 'deluding tlie unwary. We would furllier point out that in this manner of distributing, this is not even co-operative to the alnireholders, as, for example: "A shareholder o'wnimg one share, and marketing ten thousand bushels of grain against another shoreholder owning ten shares and marketing one thousand bushels of grain, would be contributing 9-lOths more earnings to the company than was returned to .him on his share, and naturally, must be distrlUuted to the other uiitn who holds ten shares in order to pay liim ills Just dues on Its face as provided for in the urraugGment of tliiis distribution. We would wish further to lioint out that in this clause the shareholders and patrons have no voice, the directors alone having any voice whatever in the distriibutlng of earnings, and they are limited in their I actions by the terms of this clause, which specifically point out that these i.'arulitgH shall be distributed in this I manner. This being an act of Par- FRY'S Cocoa-Every Drop is Nourishment Dr, Andrew Wilson, the eminent British authority, once said of the cocoa bean- "It is a kind of vegetable egg which contains all that is needed to build up a living body." Tea and coffee are mere infusions-but cocoa is an actual food in itself. Elderly folk should remember that. Cocoa, made the FRY way, from a selection of the world's choicest cocoa beans, is pure, extremely, soluble, and of delicious aroma and flavor. Nearly two hun.dred years' experience and knowledge of the cocoa business stand back of FRY'S. Remember "Nothing Will Do But FRY'S"-A11 Particular Grocers Sell It Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY & SONS, Ltd., Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver. Victoria 3 a liame.Tit, it is la*, and must be complied with. "We would wish, further, to point out bow, in our opinion, this may develop, and probably was designed to develop, into a glgantie monopoly, which 'will forever exact tribute from Hie producers for the benefit of the shareholders. Clause 5 of the act provides that the company shall have power to construct or acquire by purchase, agreement, leiuse or otherwise, any or all elevators in the ijrovince of Alberta, and that to enable them to do so the Here It Is At Last Sanol Kidney Remedy is made from herbs and is perfectly harmless. , If you are a sufferer from Gall Stones, Kidney Stones, or Gravel, Sanol will effect a positive cure. ' If you have backache, kidney, bladder trouble, or rheumatism that is caused by excess of uric acid, dizziness, puffy swellings under the eyes, swollen feet and ankles, tiretl nervous feeling, urine very pale, or extra dark and cloudy, too frequent and painful urination, brick dust sediment in urine after standing a few liours; you are in danger and Sanol Kidney Remedy will save you, |3.50 per bottle, Kree Literature. Sanol Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Man. Frank Iledley Drug Co., Lcthbrldse. wli't government, under the terms of tliis act is compelled lo assist them to tbe extent of S.'i per cent. The only thing which mlglit prevent them from doing this being the clause \vhich requires that sufficient amount of shares be sold to agriculturists to cover the same, agTicultiiri IEach Cube enclosed m a duslproof wrapper-everyone a meil-simplyaddhot water Splendid to work on-gpod for the digestion-a tome to the wl\ole system. A Cube to a Cup Ottawa, Out., Jan. '21.-Today the leaders of both political parties in the Senate ;ind Commons paid earnest tribute to the threat Canadian who passed away in London yesterday. At the conclusion, both houses ad-.iounicd uniil tomorrow in respect for the honored dead, flracciul tributes \ from Rt. Hon. Uordcn, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in tlie Commons, and Sir (rPorgf \V. Ho.s.s and .Senator ' Loughced, a nephew of the deceased, ' in tlic senate, bore evidence of the high'regard in which the late high ; comrais.sioncr was held in parliaineii-i tary circles, and of the great work I which he has pprformcd in coiisolidat-i ing; l\inada ami materially advancing; I the Dominion's proE;rcss, ! Of those who wore colleagues of Strathcona in the House of Coni-inoiis, only IJ are now members. Thny a.rc i3ir Wilfrid Laurier, Speaker Sproule, Ceo. I'), i'^osler, .1. 1). lllazcn, .1. 1). Ueid, lion. David Hen-iderson, \Vm. Smith, ot South Ontar- io, Reuben L. Truax, of South Briice, Hon. Col. Sam Huglies, W. B. North-rup^ of East Hastings, . W. F. McLean, of South York, ana W. H. Bennett, of East Siincoe. VJach of the men retain memories of the late hiRh commissioner, when a� member tor Selkirk and later ot ^lontreal Center, he occupied a,place in the Commons. Mexican Federals claim two victories over rebels at Cuernavaca and Modesla. Tlie Canadian .\thletic club gymnasium, Montreal, was burned, Toss $100,000. Local Druggist Makes Many Friends .1. 1). Ifiginbothani & Co., Ltd., | reports they are making many 5 friends through the QXTfCK ben- { efit 'which Lethbridge people re-ceive from the simple mixture ot buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adior-i-ka. This remedy b'jcame famous by curing appendicitis and it is the hiost thorough howel cleanser known, acting on BOTH the lower and upinir bowel. .7U8T ONlil DO-SiB of .'Vdlei--!-ku relieves constipation and gas on the stomach almost LM'.MKDLVTBl^y. ;