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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V, V PAne sfi THE XETHBRlbGP DAILY HEIIALD WEDNESDAY,.JANUARY 23, 1918 D RETOO or S President ^ood Receives Great Ovation When His Name Is Placed in Nomination-New Hail Insurance Plan Discussed-Want It Extended All Over Province. the time arrived, however, there was hut one nomination. andW. D. Trego, ot Oleichen. first vice-president, declared Mr. Wood elected by acclama- I the sift ot the people ot Cikn'ndH so nttracttve to me as bfilni president of the United Famierin of Alberta. (Appl�useH�rtf Is nttracttVe tor several reasons, and ttrst- among' them is the fact thaj 5 lilts tJse w6rk. Ov*r nnd above that, 1 believe that whatever qualltications I. have tor holpinR the comihon peopte In thotr upward gtrog-sl Cough, and Cold�-all iMscs leading up to CoBJumption- JTuberenlosis, TOD ABE iaterested Ib Dr. Strandgard's T.B. Medicina. RVrito for- TeatimoBialt and BookleL 8B. stkahooaso'f HEOIOUn 00� 3e3-2�5 ToBc* SITMt. Tornato. Prolonged applause. Adjournment for the morning was lunns u;� ..... taken just after tke president's ad- commented upon, and doubtless much dress, and the delegates moved to the iuore would h.ive been said had the speaker not been ruled out o: order ; by the chairman. ! Thanks Delegates -Mr. Wood in a brief address to the (iclegates thanked them heartily lor hair confidence. "1 "deeply appreci-te tho honor you have bestowed upon n? by again calling Jne to serve as -ur president," said Mr. Wood. "I ?.ve had opportunities to give differ-' nt kinds of service during the past year, hut there is no position within The Trust and Loan Company of Canada ^ Head Office: London England ^ \ Incorporated by Royal Charter, A. D, 1845 AGENTS FOR LETHBRIOQE DISTRICT The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH UETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA outside of the church, where moving pictures and the regular official photograph were taken. * Constitution Amcndmcnta The morning session of the (invention juas taken up with discussion on anicnUments to thf constitution, and with the presentation of the municipal hail scheme by K. K. Malcolm, president of tho hail Insurance board. Inerease Fee* The outstanding amendment to the constitution was the jroposed increase in membership Toes from Sl.OO to $2.00. It was evident before discussion h.id GOOD ADViCr To6oOnTakin|"Fruit-a-fives" Btcause Ttiey Did Her Good Kocmii, P. Q., J.t!(. Hth, 1915. "1 sun'ored for many years with tcr* rlWc Indigestion'and Constipation". I: liail frcqticnt (tizzy gpcll.t'anil bnearae greatly riin down. A neiglibor advised mo to try "rruit-a-Uves" 1 did'ioand to the aurprlso of my Joctor, I .began to ItnproTc, and he advised mo to go on with "Fruit-a-tiroa". I conii jer tha11 owe my life to"Frait> a-tivca"aDd I want to say to thoso who suffer from Indigestion, Constipation or , Hoadaches-'try Pr�it%tivcs'1ind yoii wiUgetwell". CORIXE GAUDRE,jVU. . COc. a box, 6 for f2.67, trial .size, 25c. Atall doalcnorscnt postpaid by Fruii a-tWes Limited, OtUwa. Wi>8t�rn DiHei^tion Favors This Ratlier Than TKe Nationalization the constitution. The question became quite a heated one, when a minister | cent year.s. Ottawa, Jan. 23.-Oovernmont con-Jrol and operation of railways rather than nattpn.illzatto� w:il be urged upon the cabinet'tomorrow by the delegation'�reprolientlilg >tti'ti provincial goyentmonts of the prairie provinces, the Winnipeg board ot trade, and other western bodies, who will'bo hoard by the cab net council lit protest ag-' ninst tho recent Increase In freight and passenger rates authorised by the rall.way board. That Is tho statement made by .members of the delegation headed by Premier Norria ot Manitoba who arrived from the west this morning. I They say that the government should follow the plan adopted In Qreat Br.taliuand the United Slates by tnking over tho railways for a period, guaranteeing the stochholdors profits equal to thoso^ received in ro-, Tho surplus earnings of | membot- of the organization wauled to I the Canadian Pacific system, would, know if ministers would he barred tin-1 thay claim, pay interest charges and t\n dcr the resolution which, says that "any persort actually engaged in farming" shall ^replaco' the former ruling that "anyone Interested in farming" may become a member. One speaker thought that the U.F.A. could conduct their business quite efficiontty witliou^ tho help � of ministers, and that it would be better tor the clergy tq "re-matn In their spiritual sphere." The amendment lost, however,, and that part of the constitution stands as it did. / Change In Election of Officers The only regular resolution dealt with was that proposed by ihd iloriu local, which is as follows: "Whereas, this convoutiou realizes the danger ot non-farmers and politicians belug elected to our office body, and. leave a largo sum over for the purchase of rolling stock and other equipment. T N. B. Good Cliosen Witli Others To Represent Alberta \ Retailers' barrila �tralghtened, guna reatock-d, ittii work done ty a gunsmttk: k�jra';ilBde, Idcka repaired, Mcyoiaa: trp��rriteri, ^^phonogritptia, kdr ll|ht machihenr repalrodi lawn mower* 'abarpened. I). U, MaodoaaM, tbdlaa UotorexoU Agent. Phone 1012. 413 4th AtV, 8, DR. W. 8. OAUBRAiltHi 911 Third Ave* South; .Qnice'hijuseri ,to Si p. PIANO TUNINQ Q. H. ClUPPft ^ BXPEnT TWNBR- Player-PlauA, and Organ Repairer; yeara' fkctory esporienue. Hon-oura Certificate M.T. Asm.. London. Gngland. Ratercncos to the loading mualctana of the r.ltjr. rhono lion. 1253 6tb Ave. A. Etiuth. Pr.lVATIi HOSPn ALB PRRIVATB HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN /.Haarlem'e Private HoaplUkt Ud Matemitr Home, 1224 7tk Arenue Soutb. Phone 74.^ f THE CAVBLL HOSPITAL - FOR materiitty caaes, and all sickness excepting contagious diseases, Mrs, " S. Hoi Wig, 318 14th St, S. Phone TiO. EDUCATIONAL QARBUTT BUBINEBB COULEQB 411 , ^ _ ^ ^^.^ ,o.,i,n,.....,,=m chairs; wicker chairs; six jiplandid framed prints; china and glass ware; 3 burner oil stove; other Items and WEBEIi PIANOFORTE in Mshosany. Case in Splendid ' Order. i. . GOODS OH View "rHURSDA;^ EVENING, 7.30 TO 9.00. KUM by Poison* All Kientists agree Uiat ^isonous pro-duets in the blood are eliminated bar th* kidacya and liver. Thp kidneys Mt^u a kind'of iilter for tbess products. When ^3 kidneys nr� ehaoged or degeiKrated, by dtseaso or-oM age,' then fheso poisona j are Mtained in the body.' If we wish to 1^ ' prrrent old age coming on too won, or it ^ � mat to isereMe onr chanew for s long life. Dr. Pierc* of Invnlidi' Hotal, Boffalo, N. T.^ mys that yon should drink plonty of water daily bf twieen meant to flush th� kidneys. .Then procuTjt Anuric at a drug store. This Anttrie drive* the uric acid out. 3en-tjflc mtn havo leaTnod.>th�t in gout, 1m rheomatinn, poi�onoa� nris acid TCRMB CASH ^ PHONES 770-4�� WADOINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE hand coiild look tor 'kn Increase this year. The New Plan In outlining the new plan, which the board hopes to get into operation as soon as tho old scheme expires at the end of the present year, Mr. Malcolm held fairly close to . the resolution which the U.F.A. bShrd has already prepared and which will'be voted upon, this afternoon. Tho-.flat riite will beS^ discontinued, and premiums v/llij .bo ' assessed on crop art-a only. One Stipulation that will meet with the* hearty approval of farmers everywhere, is that .clause calling for paymejit of claims within 30 days. Previously it has been necessary lor the board to 'wait until as.se.ssiiionts were in, before claims could be paid as they, had no authority to borrow money, but "the accounts under the new scheme'will be gu."iranteed by tho;government,' so that settlement can bjB made without delay. Every Corner of Province It is-planned to have the municipal hail Insurance iu'ca exteiid to. every corner of tho province.'Kvei-y crop will be Insured automatically, and assessments will not b'b'nlado until the 1 extent of.the damagia tor the wholo'^ season Is calculated, thjus alloVirlng the farmers until late in the fair befor^j payments need to be made. In sections wh6re hail damage la almost unknown, an4 farmers do not Wish to have their crops insured, thisy may withdraw trom the scheme by notUy-m'^tmiZ'irJTZl ur.""r'~ 'ne *he board within a certain tlfije, ilTn.r^-.i.'^,"' *'� and the withdrawal will apply tor a 1?^ ?: Z """^^"'w >��*aiM- , year only In .case tho crop Is damaged TfUn-T. .. ... by other Rgoncles ao that It becomes h^t^�^^^l^l^V'^}^''^J**^*^^Po�^^^^ is the most luitaWe. Driifli plehtfH of , insurance board, elected by represen-pnre/watM, taks Anorie three timea � tatlves of the municipal units In. ^on-day Tor a month. ^ , ~ veatlon.' The rate per acre will ho oa- You can obtain a trial pUg.iof Anuria, by writing Ht) V. M. Pjerce, Buffalo, N. T., or Bridgeburg, Ont., enclosing Dr.A.l.Spankie M.D, C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Otflce . rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Stb Atb. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. ^Ottlco, Phone Ma848 Resldenco Phone M2077 Interne and ito isf Surgeon, ManhBtton Eye, EaV, Noso and Throat Hospital, Ne�� York utU>|i�u>ly *Dd I hsT* had rhevmati* Bi� io mr arma, -^01 aod lowar limba. I':">'W�^*o!^LONS�ERY. 6S it ven.tlon. _____ cided by tho board ufier'lbe total losses have been ascorti^ined, tho levy to' be made by the mtihielpaljty secretary, and collection nitide by the hiu-nlclpal council, Mr, Malcolm calculates that within five ) years thero would be a surplus of 11,300,000 figuring Hultlcient levy .to pay for ad-. mjnlstratlOn, and providing tor' the Payment of over |3,000>000 annually in premiums, tho rati)' being 7V.r%. Under the company pli^n, the premiums would bo nearly *3,000,000^ and f!)0 surplus if any ekistefl, worfld b'�i in the pockets of th^yHharoholdera, HOTEL OAMAOEO ' ; Bangor, Malne,-^an; 23.-The .Colonial Hotel building waf damagefl to the extent'of 61!>0,000 by firo yesterday; The flurop-b staited Urtille' tho gueita were at dinner andNefrMii rapidly to all paias'ot the tJNaoilirft becau�el;Dt poor water B;t6iuv�,! ^ IICENTRAL PROVIKtlAL CDiiMITTEE -HowardStufehbury, Secy \ LOCAL SeCRETARV / MISSAJLEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte. Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. q. Salmon. One hundred per cent., of puplla entered for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, En., laat year wera successful Studio, 623 9th^treqt Bouth._ MRS. W. II. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory, over ten years' teachlAi esporlenco. Studio fully equipped., with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-nlaUng board, ota Ktudlu. 1286 6tA Ave. A. Bouth. - _OANCINO MISS GLADYS ATTREE will recom-' mence her danclnc classes on Thursday next, at th^.iM. C. A. Ball room, classical and. fancy dancing lor children and' adults. List ot classes: , Every. Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at .4.30; Boys and, girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballrodinidahcai at 9 . o'ctock. Every;  jPriday-r-iDanclng and Deportni'en,t -for - girls and boys at 4.30; classical,dajicing and technique for adult? at:^,,StiJi i �� . Mourl 10 t6 12 r "I - Zt^fi+iilM CLEANINQ AND OYEINO " VALETt^SPBCI ALilBt ST THE French Dry Olaa^lng, Our proceii eliminates dinger of Injury to garments. Onlrthe hlghea't claaa work tjrned out. No dyeing, Immedikta atention is glren to country ordera. 884 6th mreet Hoirth. Phona 1818.. LOO SAM-Cleaning,: ^raHlng, R�: pairing and alterations well dona at reasonable price*. Wf call for and deliver goodf. 410 etb Stroet Sohih. _ Phone 1S34. 861^80 LEB WINO. the Tailor. ClaaiiiEi; V praising and repairing.. High clati work at lowest rHcei; BeUvary traa. ,113 7th St. 8. Phone 1019: 886-84 II. B. McBLYBA..ABaipa A." Blaotrlcal Bnglnatr nBd Coatnotor, makes % specialty, ot wiring eoun^ homea and InBt^lling Mghtlnc ptanta. ConsuUationi On oHvklBda of eiao. trJcal work, 1264 4tkr Ava- a Phona .)68>;. ,., � ,V^^-'; � .;;li64. (ISUPPOESI!) ;vwu ALL KiNO* Of BkMi : TRICMt WORK. W.L.MdK;�nzi�&C�. PHONB 6�r 7W �rd Ava, 1, 85183600 38 ;