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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 19H THE LETIIBRIDGE WEEKLY a PAGE F1V! When In Rome Do As the Romans Do when in the West do us the majority of Westerners do. Drink You will then gelling; (he be sure of Tea sold Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cock Book. The best cook book Tor use In Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. are pale and in pinched and poor minds and bodies are actually jtantrl btcause their regular food doe's not nourish. Such children need Scott's Emulsion above everything else; it contains nature's rarest life-giving fats; it is essentially food ana bone-food, free from wine, alcohol or harmful drug. Scott's Emulsion often builds many times its weight in solid medicinal, tonic and nutritive properties make all good food do good. IS NOT A PROP. BUT A FOUNDATION FOR STURDY GROWTH, Ev.rjr DrunUt It. Avoid HGIi JINKS IN NEWSPAPER WORLD .Mwlrcal, Jan.' Hugh Ora- ;ata, having acquired control of tho leraid, auuimarUy dismissed the ed- itorial staff. Ho followed this ui> by ettluj coutrol of the Telegraph, awl Li yiiKtf iiaS tccO iiiu- lally de-ilt Tho purchase o( tut-so payers U In connection wllh the ruwajE Interest. U said, lion. W. s. fielding 13 editor o{ the Tele- graph. Bow Island Budget How Island, Jan. 22. The first mcetm? oi tie shareholders o! the How I'ipe enrolment will ue upwards or twpntr-flvc Uiousasd by the cod of the present year, the Immediate efforts of the lion will ba contfr.ed to mfirahei-Bhlp work, it Is the Intention of the execu- tive to rireparo an elaborate program Grown in Alberta Every time you buy mrat from us you are getting the choicest Albetta Grown Pro- ducts. We handle nothing but locally grown meats-no cold storage stuff touched. Madam, you may as well have the best, it costs no more. We have anything you want if it is on the market DELANYS, LIMITED PHONE 452 create a favorable impression Ou I development and accomplishment te travelling public. this purpose, aad which the company in the building erectitiE for Its later on. We are informed, upon Rood author- Mr, Dyca talked last evening- sbo-jt (hat at least three of the business the plans and scope of the organ- blocks ot the -town have changed Izatlon. "We have prepared a exclude uses all and I melh- ]mnds this at priccs w ad. rom upon wlllch all Araerican re3i. vautarroijs to the vendors, the of tlry-rmr-d around f.fteep Inmdrnl per lot. LCugene Power, of Tuethbiidge, was ol manufacture used in the of these impleuienls will shown. he GREAT HARVESTER MACHINERY The outdoor exliiliit of ccin, however, is not to be coaf.neU in town on Kuiilay. to liemonstraliojjs of the agricultural H. C. Meat tie was COMPANV TO HAVE DIS- and machir.es it manulao ituiea, but its moiJel farm, with all tie various products of the farm, w PLAY AT SAN DIEGO I'Vtor this week. Mrs. M. Tolan. past lew months in Lethhno'ge, 'he otic of Us greatest attractions, is tie Ruest of her srstcr, Mrs. B. T. San Jan. Interna- the intent behind much ol the San U'hitner eo route to her home tto.1 which has bcra an cihibitor at all o! the big Dind nSfwts especially lo the claims of Orccce. REPORTS WERE EXAGGERATED lomlon, Jan. 23.--Officinl retorts st.ilft thnl. tho earlier reports of the disaster caused hy earthquake and vol- canic onjptlon 'were greatly cxagaer- been made heretofore to fanners' co-operative pork packing scheme, tho possible patrons have ways baited at the "pledge" clause but Mr. Stevens made It ulaFn, and I IB likely thU difficulty nill ba more easily In future. Faimers who are-patrons of nnr such plant will be paid Iwothlrda Iho cstlir.olcil value of tho hogs when delivery la raado. The liogs will thnn be put through the plant and mann factmed, and T7hen tho product 1e sold, he Is given tho remainder of Ihe full aclnnl of Iho hoga, less the cost or manufacture and operation ex pcnsca, and less also K of a cent live the Litter bfln'g ,1s ducted to nay to TheJEconomical Housekeeper Will find that the choicest food stuffs are the qual- ity and no waste should be demanded in buying meats. The house- wife is assured of the I Most Nutritious and Most Tempting Meats from us. We sell to people who insist on having the best. Get the best. It costs no more. The Alberta Meat Market R, Coultry, Prop. If it's on the market we have it. Phone 402 ho money supplied Cor the erection if the plant. The scheme was looked upon as be- ng the jast word fa co-operation BE adeed Jt IB, for it is modelled after the Danlah with 'the differ- that In Cenrnark the farmers mortgage their farms to ralEe money .o build the while la Alberta .he province offers to do that for them. Mr. Steveus said he vras not sure e co-operativd packing plant was a Dressing need at lue present time. The iiog production of the province durlcg the past year has grown by caps aad bounds and Is noir about on an exporting basla. However the ettlng down of the U. S. tariff bar- riers some few iveeka 350 had brought north a large number of American wllh the result that what ire atoned to lm a slump; In hog pricce disappeared acd prices are once more firm with mere competition tban ever. Hut nevertheless the govern- ment Is ready to carry out Its prom- ises In this legard, and If the con- vention showed Itself unanJmcus for tho establishment of one euch during the earning year all the farm- ers would have to do would be to organize, thus showing their desire in that direction. To prore that co-operative market- ing of hogs Is good for the farmers who have them to aell. Mr. Stevens quoted the case of the small co-oper- ative marketing association, at Red Deer. He declared tbat Ked Deer fanners were getting from one quar- ter to one half cent higher for their hogs at all times of tho year than farmers In other districts similarly situated to '.he ultimate market, Other Rttolutlong During the aftefuuijn several other resolutions were also dealt wSlh. A resolution from the Insurgent Strath- more unloo moving a vote of censure to the majority of the directors of tho U. P. A. for their action on the ele- vator scheme, met with the treat- ment expected. It was unanimously, almost, hoisted and will not come up again for another year at least. A motion to appoint commission bouses at Calgary and Edmonton for the marketing of farm product was also tabled. A motion to establish cold storage plants was referred to the for ttelr further consideration. j A resolution regarding co-openitlre j marketing in U. 3, -markets by-tbo i association was tabled. Woman's franchise was given an- other boost, a reaolutlpn declaring for the franchise (or the ladies being unaaimouiiy passed. The farmers are desirous o! ing the fire Insurance game end a re- solution to thU elect was adopted. A committee of wu to bring In a report which Till be laid befoie the directors. A resolution asking the gorenuaent to tako steps to pUce better legisla- tion on the statutes for the protection of farmers whose stock ia destroyed by railways owing to Improper oattte guards was also pasted, and an effort will bo made to have the Dominion government pass an act KhJch WES drafted by Hon. .Jndge Mabea irfien ho was chairman of Board 0< Rail- way Commissioners. (F of Farmers We Pay the Highest Mar- ket Price for All Kinds of Farm Produce. Prompt Returns Made. Phone or .write us for prices on all kinds of Live Stock. We can handle any quan- tity P. BURNS CO. Ltd Lethbridge, Alberta ;