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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1911 -I.. Chew Food Thoroughly In theso days of sot'l. nnishy fot)ils and ciuiok nioals. insurtu-icnt mastication of food is often responsible for stomach trouble, heaihicbc. iiiliousnoss. cn:v"tipntion, dull brnins, and various otluM- ills. (ieuorally those truiil)lesonK- results caii be avoided or correcleti by having a regular \- your food thoroughly. " There's a Reason " for Grape-Nuts - sold by grocers evtrywhere. Matle by Canadian Poslum ("erea! Co.. Limited. Windsor, Dnt. Crushing Defeat for the Critics {Continued from front Page). CHOWDS WAITING FOR WORK OUTSIDE FORD FACTORY IN. DETROIT-Recently Henry Ford, President of tiie Ford Motor Cciupany of Detroit, made the announ remeut i.liat lie needed 4000 new employees at not less ihaa per da,v, and tlia^ he was going to divide JlO.Ono.OOO between the employees as a bonus. The above picture shows pan of the crowd of ISnO who are waiting ii; line for a position, after coming frcm ali parts of the western I'nited States and Canada. FAVOR A CO-OPERATIVE .PLANT eliminate tliis advantage. There was considerable discussion over the ques- -- i lion, but the motion to have the I Co^)peratVe packing of pork recoiv-, ious slump in me price of hogs .seem- ! '''^"^'^ referred to, eliminated seeiped ed the hearty endorsation of the farm-  ed imminent, and although the farm-11� meet the approval of the majority, ers at the convention yesterday, des- i ers believed that the price being paid | as it v,-as deemed by most of the farm-pite the rider attached to the pork j at the present Ume was a living one, ! er.s altogether superfluous in chat the j)aclring committee's report to the ' the removal cf the larifi on live stock ! , . j effect that the �present plan is in-= by the United State., helped the situa-' "'^'^ '^^"^'^ ^'^'^'^ operativa" The rider was struck off I tion. .Mr. Bower, former president of the report by the authority of a mo- i rhe V. F. A., thought that the smaller tion. Rice Sheppard. who read the ; plants could act as feeders to th-j i adooted follows in part: report, failed to explain why rhe com-; market, and were altogether desirable ! ^he committee met on Nov. 5 and luuity to prove eitiher operative or inoperative. The report as it was mitlee had considered the plan inoperative, or how it could jiosaibly be Inoperative. The agitation to have ! could corner the market and boost as regulators, as the larger plants ^^^^ ^^t^^^ ^, still had the advantage that they ] marketing the large quantity of hogs ^. . , , that are in the province this season, oo-operative packing plants establish-1 prices, and that the establishment of | ^ve decided that ways and means ed was started at a lime -when a ser- i co-cperative plants would tend to AUCTION SALE OF A VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WILt BE HELD AT 409 5th ST. S., IN THE PIONEER FURNI-TURK STORE OPPOSITE SHERMAN THEATRE FRIDAY NEXT, 23rd COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK Consisting of the following: BtoTes pregsera �rt"as& StfcDds Eiiension Tables Centre Tables Chairs liitchon Cupboard 5-Pi� in t!ie shape of pork packing plants j this season, we recommend that the .Minister of Agrieulture be asked to render assistance if called upon, to help fonvard the Shipping scheme, ^Jl' that should we not be able to get fair and proper bids from our provincial | 1 buyers, we proceed to ship if possible I I in train lots, to the outside markets, I i and the Department be asked to have | ; the T-.d.needay to the effect that the committee was unanimous in Its docisJon to adopt the bill, is er-roneoiv*. Mr. Fream'e Defeni* Contending that the whole aerlee of proceedings with regard to the United Farmers' Cooperative elevator scheme, since tiie reiolutiou asking that thoy be establlBhed, was passed by the U.F.A,, reflected the favorable attitude of Mr. Bevlngton toward the scheme and the Elevator Act, E. ,f. Freani, manager of the farmers' company, ably refuted the charges made against ttie bill and the director*. Both Mr. Bevlngton and Mr. Soran-sou, 'he claimed, had placed themselves on record as being in favor of the proceedings, and he read reports of motions endorsing them, which motions were either made or seconded by Mr. Sorenaon, chief Insurgent. He attributed the failure of so-called cooperative elevators in tlie past to the fact that each elevator was made a separate unit. "You can't light combines with individual units," said he, 'you must fight them with a combine of your own." (applause.) Committee Approved Bill Mr. Bevlngton had claimed that the committee had not listened to his ob-jections. .Mr. Fream pointed out i where the board, was in harmony be-I fore the final adjournment, and where i .Mr. Stewart, the government mem-I her of the legislative committee, had, ! at the flnal meeting of that committee j before the bill was to come before the house, asked the members if it was satisfactory, and all had replied that it was, .Mr. Bevlngton included. As to the sentiment of the board of dii^ ectors, .Mr. Fream said: "when you give instructions to 13 men to do something, and 11 are in one mind,' the other two should put their shoulder to the wheel for the common good of all". No mentiin was made by Mr. Be^'ington of Clause 36 at the last meeting of the committee, and other clauses that he had recommended had been inserted. Mr. Fieam cted cases to show that prominent members of the opposition had ^endorsed the bill as co-operative. Mr. Tweedle, the member from Calgary-had said "It is a good bill and I am, going to support it." At Mf. Bevington's request, Mr. Fream'had met .Mr. Bram-ley Moore, e.\--M.P.P., a co-operation specialist, who had endorsed the scheme. Mr. Bevington baCt contended, after the bill was passed that it was not in the interest of the farmers, and asked -Mr. Fream to take the oljjec-tions to the board of directors, stating that he had seven of the board with him. When Mr. Preara brcught the matter to the attention of the bt'avd. Mr. Bevlngton retracted the statement. Proven Beneficial Mr. Fream outlined the erTlatethat Wean" and ismade in thchcavicst grade of plate. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Sold by Leadlnn DedciP [xtraordlnary Auction Sale -ON- Thursday, Friday and Saturday January 22, 23 and 24 AT 3 O'CLOCK EACH DAY AND SATURDAY EVENING AT 7.30- AT 7th STREET (HULL BLOCK) CITY FRANK WADDINQTON is Instructed by the consigners to soU by public auction aud without reserve a valuable stock of Furs and Fur-lined Goods Including: Splendid sets or badies' Purs, Muffs. Neck Pieces, Throws, Tippets In Hussiau Sable, Black Fox, Mink Marmot, Kr-mlne, Muskrat, Grey Squirrel, etc. The stock also includes Pony Coats, richly lined, flent's Furlined Overcoats, Cocn Coats, etc. The Auctioneer calls particular attention to this sale as offering an excellent opportunity for the purchase of fur goods. Owing to the peculiar circumstance of sale, the wiiole of the stock must be realized. TERfrtS STRICTLY CASH Auctioneer's Phone 469 Office Room 11, Stafford Block 92 08 5216 7153 ;