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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1011 THE DAILY HERALD Twelve Thousand Miles From Ceylon yet every package of "SALADA" TEA sold in Canada has the flavor, strength, and fragrance of the tea as it the plantation in Ceylon. This is because is sealed in lead and moisture- preserving its delectable Heliciousness GREEN or MIXED SEE M mm Attacks in Unfriendly Paper on Elevators Inspired by Com- peting Company That the of Alberta fan see through the bare faced attempts to blacken their elevator stneuio In the eyes'of the public was proven during a routing delate at Uie Friday morning" meeting of their an- nual coavention. j They hnng.'lhe on "certain' capitalistic newsiiapers, working in the Interests of other grain firms" and as Ihoseiother grain firms have never gained for. en- A'iabJo repulalfon of working In the Interests of tho' farmersj tho latter fcavi- 'concluded that the monopoly newspapers of the province arc net working ia their either. They want tlie jvuWic to fciicnv the Jscte. No names were mentioned dur- ing the but the particular newspaper referred to was id evid- ence, and none of tho farmer's can foe accused of- barhlng up the wrong tree. Tho debate was introduced by a re- Golutlan-from Carltoa Union, No. 253, as follows; a great deal ot ignorance and mlBuadcrElanding exists among the farmers ot Afterta re the consti- tution and mp.nagenient of the Grain Grtfffcrs' Grain Co., partly to a impresaioa created by ceitain cniiilalSetic newspaiiers work- intr in the Interests ol other grain firms, an3 direcliy at the .farm- ers' movement, In order to create con- fusion among tho farmers themselves, nrd partly owing to the farmers not having any Information'wbalerer on tho subject; Therefore, he it resolved tltat we, tho members of the Carlton. Union, request the farmers of Alberta to study the Eource of such information before taking'it seriously; "And he It also.resolved that pain- vlilcls bo Issued by the Grain Grow- crfi" .Grnin Co., and aent lo every lo- cal distributed.among the peo- ple setting forth, (1) particulars of the drain Grovrera1 Grain Co.; (2) their existence is a benefit to tho and" especially (3) how tiicy can iu'no way lecome a trust or monopoly." Tiio resolution. Tvas adopled with some minor alterations. Explained Company's Methods President Clearer, of the Grain Growers' Grain Co., Lhe Belling ag- ents of tho Alberta Farmers' Co-On- eratlve Klevator Co., "was prcaent, and hold the floor- Jio gave a very lucid .eiplanatton of tho workings of Iho former company, and relations to tho Alberta concern, lie promised also to b'avo the literat'jro printed and Delegates Sorcnson and Bevinglon, the on the _Alberta scheme to an ursuccessfnl iKsue on Thursday, prominent in the de- bate, anil succeeded In establishing lhat tho Alberta concern is r.oi strict- ly to-operatlvo in tno literal meaning of the tfirm, and they were somewhat mollifJedi. Hut same time the vast m.ijorily of the dclegatc-3 Pliowf d by llielr voto thnt they "were satisfied with conditions as tncy now exist, for the tim.0 being, and liiat they were confident thnt whoh the co-operative principle, could bn cxtcnJcd In iho of the elevators', It would be ctone. Strict It was pointed ont, meant the distribution of all net rrofita-to tbc patrons of the scheme, Shareholders arc-cnlitlcd only lo tho usual interest on tholr Investment. In tho cjiBe.of both Albbrtft and Grain Growers' comnanic-s, the reserve funi Vrovidcd annually goes lo tncrccao thb vaiiio 61 iho shares, and therefore to Iho rbarehoWera, Thin was admltteri by President Crearcr, of the but he pointed oil that tho Are ao easy tlml Uicro Is not. n farmer scll- Ing firflln who cannot become a. mem- of one of tho companies, nnd thus fihnro in Iho Increase In tho vftliio'of sharrs. The.shareholders muet firat have been actual formers to be grnnt- shares. Only a.certain num- ber could be allolcd lo eac-li farmer, nml thus corporation tonkrof or mon- oiioirallc tendencies vrcro provided ag- ftlust, for It IB simply R-casp of the fftrmers handling their own Luslns33 collectively Instead of Individually for their mutual protection. When the time comes, said Mr.' Crearcr, that trie fanners have their locals so or- ganized throughout the country, that co-operative distribution of profits'to the patrons could be by the local committees rather than by tbc head ofllce. then he thought there would bo little difficulty In inaugurat- ing t.'ie true principle. Too Much Boosting The farmers want more' accurate crop reports In 'They ctairh that many of the press reports pub- lished during the srowi'n'g'acasbns are greatly Inflated, with Ihe'resuH that the market values are bet at a lover figure than the actual figures war- rant. The eiecutlro will lake: the. niatcer under consideration, and an attempt will bo made to have the var- ious local unions throughout the prov- ince supply authentic reports in fu- ture. A resolution asking the'eiecutlve to make an effort to have the commis- sion nnd elevator charges1 on oats re- duced by one-half .Tras-pagaed.' The following resolution respecting the dairying industry was also unani- mously passed Just prior to adjourn- ment for lunch: "Ilesolved, that U.o.exocutlvc of tho U. Ft A. bo instructed :to try to ar- range with [ho Grain Growers'- Grain Co. to instal under the management of the Calgary Public Market stall, a wagon or wagons, for the'dellrery of mtlk and cream at retail and whole- sale In Calgary, and to get them (o receive such milk and cream ,-.s they can handle from; farmers. may wish to arninKo to mate dally deliv- eries to them on B corrimisston'basfs, and if the venture proves successful to have them make similar, arrange- rapnts-at Edmonton of'any other'cit- ies in whioh there seems to EDMONTON IN '15 FOR U. F. A. Br a Ir.rge Edmonton was voted the place of meeting for the seventh annual convention ol the Unitcil Farmers ol Albfilj, at convention thi.i afternoon. Tlw claims of Medicir.c Hat Calgaiy were fet forth by the representatives Irom these cilffs, b'-t upon the vote htins SD MooJ fur Calgary ind a small number for MeJiutu Hat.; Later the vote was nude unan lapus in lavor of the capital." COAltMINERS DECLAHE AGAINST 1NTZRNATIONAL DEMN THE MILITARY SPIRIT Indianapolis, Ind., Jan.' radical remained today I for tho consideration o: the United j lllne Workers of America convention, which began consideration ol ihe're> rort of tho resolutions on Wednesday afternoon. It hop- ed to complete the report late'today. Several resolutions directed against tho militia and tho boy scout move-1 merit havo'becn introduced, and .'an-' other proposes iliat there be a general strike of miners in cast an Interna- tional Tvar is engaged in by the Un- ited Slates. A number of resolutions dealing wllh the working condltons j hava been referred lo the scale com- j mlllee. One oi Ihese resolutions de- mands-lhaftlie organization tafeo a stand for a sli-hour working day, on the contention that the mining In'dui try Is crowded, and In tils v.-ay, it Is hoped to give work to all. LIFE SENTENCE FOR MURDER (Milwaukee, WIs., Jan. Dorov.% v.-as today sentenced to ilfe Imprisonment In Stale penitentiary by Municipal Judge A. C. ter a new trial dad been refused. Dorow was convicted of murdering Mrs. Emll Will, a ssiier of Lieuten- ant William Maas, n< the-noMco-de- partrr.ent, on the night of October with a piece of lead pipe. opening lo handle the business suc- cessfully, so as to assist the fanners In securing a profitable market for such products; "Itcsolvcd, further, lhat ire-esk the Provincial legislature lo nass an "act reiiuiriug even- person or company who manufactures or offers for-sale butter, lo use wrappers showing their aarae and address as a guarantee .o! weight and quality. PAGE sy VEM Caimangay Agricultural Society Organized it and Won Heartiest Econuims If .Every Penny Counts With You "Force" should be your choice of cereals. For get a tightly packed box of these rich, crisp flakes of wheat steam-cooked with malt. There's more real value and body-billeting food in 9ne package of than in three of the "fluffy" cereals made from cheaper grains. And it's taste is really delicious. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES Mide Bj A The HO Companr. Huniltea Liverpool, ,Jan'. broke crew on boaid the steamship Devonian shorUy after she left Liveipooj yesterday for Bos- ton and she was' compelled to put where nineteen oi her crew were attested. The outbreak" "caused bj- trouble be.twffn the uniqri'and non-union sea- row was a mined one, jnti a few hours after" the vessel Itft port tht'salfprs refused to obey Ihe or- ders of'the ship's officers until the non-tinjpa men "'bad bra put- ashoie. Carmanear. Aerkul- lural Bodelj of may I complimented with thq -nay In which J tliey have- carried out their program lot a Ibcee days short course school held from the 19th to the 21st ot this month. It is the Bret school of its kind heW j In tho province of similar system being In vosue In tho province of Ontirlo. Tho only itlistaace jlrea bj- the ths lecturers who were selected from the different departments under the of the Minister ol Agriculture ot the pro. vlnce." On Monday. Mr. Sydney Carlyle, Provincial Dairy InEpector, gave a lecture and dc-mocstralion on Clydes- dales and dilrr cittle: The second I day followed with Mr. E. M. Abel of the staff school of agriculture, Clares- holm, who demonstrated and lectured on Percheron horses and beef cattle. Daring the same afternoon the Hon. j Duncan" .Marshall ga.v'e a lecture on I Shorthorn In the evening a bsnquet .was given In honor of the visit of the minister ot agriculture at the province by the Carmangay Agri- cultural Society, and which was serv- ed by the Women's Institute of the town for'whom a word of praise should be given for the sumpluous {and tastefully laid sapper at which 103 guesls sat down and did full Jus- tice to the eatables placed before them.......... After supper a very enjoyable even- Ing was spent which included speech- es from Hon. Duncan Marshall and Mr. J'arnes M.P.P. for Little Bovr Tie third day opened Kith the seed fair and during the afternoon while E. M. Abel lectured on dual purpose catllo the following awards were giv- en to the different classes in grain: Claw wheat, Ibi, F. Hubka; 2nd, H. Renhenberjer, Barons; 3rd, J. II. Law. Class H. A. Bur- wash. X6 other entries. Class any other variety -1st, White Fife, Summers; 2, H. tr Class C. While; 2nd, p.- M. ilurirasb, Cbara. plon; 3rd; J.-. Nells on. Class Centuryr-lft, James'Edoy. Only one eutrr. Class 8-iTwo rowed T. BOVRIL TAKEN The body building power of BOVRIL proved to fce from 10 to 20 times the amount taken. In a scries of remurkable experiments conducted imdcr the direct control of one of the foremost physiologists of the day, an amount of liovril pro- portionate to the small bbck ohlong has been proved to produce an increase in flesh and musde corresponding to this large ing the body-building power of Bovril to be from 10 to 20 times the amount taken. In cold weather Bofril is ihs ccr.ccntrsttd goodness of the best of beef. In cold weather, i cup of hot Bovril warms th: whole and fortifies the system against the encroachments of disciss it bbilds up the weak constitution and strengthens the strong one, Buy t boule to-dar. LOCAL FIHM ORGANIZE ANL. HAY START SMALL FACTORY IN CITY A concern which promises to figure prominently in the future industrial acUritj- of this city and which la al- ready established on a. tound financial tooling, li the Automatic Hose Coup- ler Company, whose head office IB In the Sberloct block. Trie company has just held Its thlrj annual meetlnjr, when C. li. Yo'jng of .the Merchants Bank, was elected presi- dent; Junes Larscn, .vice presi- dent, and Don L. Kimball Ec-crctary- Ireasurer. It was" decided at this meeting to draw np plans at once for N. Burtvash; I'cd, Gco. Erdman; Jts. Rdey. Class J. Xellson. Class J. F.'-Soy- der. Class Roy Terter; 2nd, OQO. lilahop..- Class C. Folk. Class J. B. Teskey; 2nd, Jas, Edey. a factory at Letbtrldge lo supptr tho Canadian trade. As a basis for its opcratloM, the company las secured a pat- ent on a hose-counling which proK- i to revolutionize the manufacture or hose equipment for fire protection; Tho Inventor of the co-jpler is Hmck of Purple Springs, the pattst was obtained in 1S09 and Is registered In both the United Slates and Cmii- ada. The device la absolutely void o! threads end the Joining together of a hose in 'ML instant The for ture of fire hoee couplers hiva yet been made, but fe already manufacturing the gardw hose.coupler at Cincinnati. The board of directors Is compoaW of prominent Luslnesa men, all ofir the country, and the company 18 itallzed at all of the, Etoci! beinjr subscribed. The stale of life' ols lias already been sold as exclasdfo .territory and will be handled frota" Chicago. The company Is busy at the'present time organizing its selling force. I STEAMER ON FIRE Xew York, Jail. frelghler' Uulgarizii Prince, of His Prints Mnel from the Tyne, anchored off Saadr Jicok today Trllh simSXe issiiluff frbm ber lictches, an a signalled for, Kfstancc. A wireless message to lilts effect' was' iecelred from tJio 'lank steimer Hernjann Prnah, outward bound. 1 A Good Line of Up-Mate Popular Records and Machines Always in Stock The City's Leading Jeweler R. A. WRIGHT Established 1898 For dancing the Vidtor-Vidlrola takes the place of an Carry a Full Line, oi Victor Victrolas Together with Visit our Victor Dept Today and hear your favorite song or music Risch, Ltd. The newest Turkey Trots, Tinges, One, Steps, Two Steps-ill pliyed loud clear and in perfetf dwice time. There are. Victors and Vktrolas in jreat ef stylo from to J300 timj "His Master's Voice" dealer hi anycity or town in Canada. They are sold on easy at low as per week, if de- sired. Vktor Record are 90c (or tea- inch, double-sided. Write tot our cata- log Ijsttnc Records; Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. Limited Lenoir Street, Dtikrt la Department Street South, Bryan Block 21 Western Branches Phone 791 Vidiola XVI. ;