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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta HHIDAY, JANUARY 2R. 192T THE LETHMtlDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE VISIONARY IDEAS that Important subject ML un o'clock in the evwntnjt n long Urmcr iu vlt- ally intfuntod ihc whett murkKt- fin and It u live iimtu.' befora tbe fwftrn, Tells of in V. F. A. in Past Six in Sentiment Mr. 8. H. Dunham, who has rftturu- etl from Edmoiitrm where be had bean tttteuUiaf ttia U-.F.A. couvvtuiou, hm given tfco foilowmK imiweisiuns, in an inlorview to the Herald "it a ideas are right they will usually 'prevail, even though lit not be iti a position to advocate Mid Mr. Dunham, "When I wan alfccled vi eft-president U 1; irrigation tu tlie province. waa In groat disrepute and when I. ho- jam in my 1'eeblfj way to adroaate Ifcal Irrigation in the south 'and south- oT proviuce. was rioccsaary tb the prosperjty, I mm with violent and determined opposition. Now the IT.F.A. convention ouflly pascea a resolution asking the to pledge its credit in the furthering of irrigation. Wheat Marketing "For many years I have realized that our. wheat marketing system was wrong' and during the years that 1 wag vlce-prasidcnL, the clumge of the wheat marketing 'plan "was one of the things that i advocated. I was not very successful aud whan I suc- ceeded in obtaining an invitation to Sftndfnrtl Evaiia io address the con- vention in lUHi on this subject, the iqfluenco ot opposition .on the board placed him on the program on And thU IB very noticeable in other t flings. I iilwayu dis trirt I'ouvtmtlouB and wbtlH tUo poll- tlcal funned, UK clmlrniau ot committee on con- Blitiitlon, 1 IMW that f.ht> Uithbrldge District orgatilzctl an ;i illatrtct uf the U. P.A. Prjictically al! tho districts now roliowlnjt example aud the, (I.F.A. board, 1 Are umnlmous jii thu wi udom of LhlK policy, I "When I aoMvB in the intro- 1 duct Ion of the Chautautiuit to tho t armors of thn prtlrle, 1 remember with what anmzeuimit (he U.K. A. i board groated my KUKcmttcui tlmt the U.1''.A. executive .sliouM take .such iaterest in the Chautauqua, as to use i its influence in securing; the prcpsr ft Law of lecturers for this institution but to meddle with a sho'v, as the CJiftutauqua was viewed, seemed out t of place... At recent oonvontiou a resolution waa introduced and oo i cuplod some little time of the con-; vohtlon asking that the U.KA. estab- j lish a ChautaiKiua of its owu. Of i cocrae, this is impractical and yet j Smoke the convention that the Rtal rtal fatiefaction Who will be selected? You will SELECT us in the long run! SPECIAL SATURDAY Freeh assortment of Chocolates. 50c 40c 30c 35c Turkish lier Ib ToaBU.-u per 1'u, Plantation" RISKS per Peanut per" Ib. Old Couiury .Voui'ermlnt, por lj) i Plain por Ib. iOC Peanut per Hi. Saltetl Peaniits .ft .40C a A 4Uc KEITH'S 606 3RD AVE. S. Ctwutauqua is un. institution, wiiich to rentier thy moEt iwylee, requires i the consideration of the farmers' or- j ganization. "So In many minor thingn too num-, erous to mention, are taking: place. For instance, I advocated that tho executive should make an annual the report is called a joint report of the executive of tlie hoard of directors. Political Action "On the other hand I advocated that the as an organization, should not enter the political field. Unforeseen conditions arose from the results of the war and It seems now that I was wrong in this policy, in fact, the demand for action become so great from the rank and fllj that the leaden' could not disregard it, and since political action was neces- it was perhaps wiser that it be 'unijer the control of the organization. t "Henry Clay aald Uuit "he would rather he right than' to be President." j In 1915, 1916 and 1517 the. irrigation the solution of ,the wheat marketing -question; "the" estabHsh- of the'District Association; the influence of the Chantaug.ua, were considered visionary, but visionary llilaun ot today often become the prae- 'tical things of tomorrow. After all, it is possibly necessary for some of us to be "more or }ess visionary. "When one marks the difference be- tween of 1911 and the pre-war conventions, one IB struck by the .number of able, sensible men that exist today in comparison with the old days. -The TJ.F.A. -today, if .not Ut out'afaadiag men jn-nlmost Do This For Constipation pFOPLE? are bcirinninsr to realize th; It is not at ull necessary to take iat stroiitr purgative pill, anil be weakened and uiiset all day, to relieve const i- no matter Jiow old or chronic it SB. Tlic bowel muscles will eet the proper amount of stimulation from a tcaspoonful of mild, centle Dr. Cald- wcll's Laxntlvo Syrup Pepsin, which is a combination of simple herbs with popsin. The; full formula is on the paclcace. A sixty-cent bottle will last months, end last year over eiirhl million Were bout-M in drue stores. It relieves constipation overniffht. lisad- nches, biliousness, and feverisbnasa. _ If you tuHiU lifce' to test Dr. Cold- well's Laxative Syrup Pepsin free of charg? beforz buying it in the regular way dTugsfist, send your mime and address to Dr. R Caldivell, 19 Front St., Bridgeburs, Onr., arid a free trial bottle will jenc fwomptly, postpaid. every aud the U.'F.A. is unquestionably the most.' hopeful de- velopment' of the province during the last N. S. LABOR IS AFTER REAL 8-HOUR DAY FOR SUMMER SPORI ly the C. W. V. A. started toair winter and spring session of trailing clauses In their club quarters. Tho attendance at this, the was the tartest vat ex- perienced by the club. I Not 'only players for G. W. V. A. leuniK turned out hut many returned men, who, during the imi t summer, were with other teams, turned out las'; night. The attendance and tho en- thusiasm with which the players tered the class were very gratifying i to the officials. These classes will bo weekly. It 1 is prnbanln they will he held on Wed- I nsdsy nights hereafter, but a definite I announcement as to this will be made later. The object of the classes Is to pre- pare athletes in the ranks ot the G. W. V. A., for the coming bummer's sports. standard. The Wesley crew wero go- inK at a great clip and some Brunt shoollnK anil combination work swopt tho good old Scotch boys olT their feet. In the sttcand hiilf steela went in the fume for Knox and tho on- slaught wax partly checked lint tho load could not be overcome and tho game ended with Wenley 20 points ahead. For Wsslcy, Hamilton. Livle, and Georghtigan hud no trouble in locating tho hoop. Tho line-up: Wesley. Hamilton... Uvie....... Geoghegan. i Rurnard.... Sandquist.. WESLEY BUMPS KNOX Knoi. Forwards 8 Leech ..12 Denoon Centre i! Patching..... Guards 2 Jackson Thomson Stcele head- employed by Kd. lor" Uiwin, more bruial (ban any hold, used in tho wrestling nuniv, stHrl- od a innvmneiit hero IJo prohibit fiirthi'i1 nso. Promoters of iHiuts will bo asked to urgo not lu usu thn hc.ul- lock. MASON KAYOCS HANtlN YOr.NV.STOtt'N. Ohio, Mimoii, Amerlcim knwked out JJobbjr Hau- 'ERNIE SHORE RELEASED NEW YORK. Jan. play- ers, including Ernest febore, once one of Ihe greatest pitchers in tbe major leagues, have been released to the minors by the Xew York American league club, Miller Huggius today. OPEN COMPETITIVE MARKET FOR SUGAR LOWER PRICES LIKELY Wesley stepped out and eliminated! Knox in the play off for the champion-j ship of the Church Hasketball League last night by the score of 28 to 8. The Knox quintet, playing without their star forward Greenway, who is still feeling the effects of the hockey game at Plncher, put up a very poor exhibition on the forward line, even the defence wasn't up to its usual CONTRACTS SENT TO BROOKLYN PLAYERS NEW YORK, Jan. Contracts will be sent to all Brooklyn National league players before February 1, ex- cept Intlelders .James Caton and Chas. Ward, tha club management an- nounced today. Caton and Ward ask- ed to be placed on the "voluntary re- tired list" because of illness. They will report for duty when physically NEW YORK, Jan. of the open competitive market in sugar j was forecast by sugar brokers here j today ay' a result of a new, selling policy for refined sugar, announced in a statement by Arbuckle brothers, one of the city's largest -The statement says the company will sell iU daily production "at such prices and upon such terms as condit- ions, in our opinion, may warrant, in order to hold our regular trade." This was taken to mean by brokers that dealers who heretofore adhered to the general selling price are begin-' uing to "unload" rarlepenrtently. j A number of refiners announced cuts early this week to 7 1-2 cents a pound wholesale. BOOKS OF CONTRACTING COMPANY DISAPPEAR DURING ROYAL PROBEj HALIFAX, Jan. all the hooks relating to the amounts paid the sub-contractors and the hours of work done bn the St. Margaret's Bay con- tract had disappeared, from the offices, of the Bedford- Construction company, the contractors, was the statement made yesterday afternoon before the royal commission investigating high- way expenditures in Nova Scotia by Wm. C. .Mat-Donald, the engineer em- ployed by the company to i-urjcrlnteucl ihe carrying out of the work on St. HALIFAX, Jan_. calltej .'for. a -njinfniviii wage .tor ajl workers based on tHe cost of living tne cal.ryinK ollt uf the wol.k oll in each locality, and for an eieht-hour Margaret's Bay road'. Witness stated i day in all pccuDBttonii except seasonal tllat the Iaat tim, he soen lhem and. was on ht last wllen ,h we.M. session wore belng He u.iea here .yesterday of the convention of I tafi independent labor, party 'of Nova 'regard to the 8-hour With day it was that it would be a "real 8-hour Capt Breton dfile- I gates itsserting that the eight-hour ing or experimenting, .with the ropt and had met with an accident or cai ried nig experiment too far. .theory'of suicide is .discounted. locate them since, hut no one seemed to know where they had gone. QF ENGLAND LONDQiV, Jan. weskly Statement of the Bank of Englani' showavthe following changes iu pounds reserve, increased. Circulation decreased 56.000. bullion decreased Other securities decreased Public 'deposit increased 5.000. Other fleppjijtB dccfeaseii Notes reserve Increased Government securities decreased 1- The proportion of the bank's, re- serve to liability this week Is 14 IS per cent; last week' 'it was 1U.37 per cent. Rate of discpiiD.t. 7. HUDSON BAY MAY BUILD RAILWAY SOON EDMONTON, Jan. Hurt- sou's Bay company is actively and1 Bcriocisly looking Into the proposal to build n light suage railway acrosn the portage from the Stove River to the MucKonzle at Fort Smith, according to Angua Brabant, n{ the company, who IB now in the city from hla Winnipeg headquarters. Mr. Brabant however, that- nothing will be done in the way of actual construction year. Pre- liminary arrangements nre already under wny, and the i'ouil will com ninnwd In 1932 if. work out satisfactorily. EXCHANGE ON PA'SSENGER RATES CAUSING TROUBLE OTTAWA, Jan. (Csnaclian definite conclusions were reached at the conference between representatives of the Canadian rail- ways and the board of niihvay com- missioners last evening iu regard to tho exchange problem as it affects through international passenger rates. At the railway board this morning it was stated that the railways had sub- mitted a proposal to overcome the difficulty and that thld proposal would bo thn subject of further considera- tion. Presumably, some arrangement] will he arrived at along the lines of! the arrangement governing iutetaal-j ional freight trafliu. JUNIOR .CATTLE JUDGING PRINCE ALBERT, Jan. is evident that the cattle judging by children at the provincial dairy con- vention to open here February will be an unprecedented feature of the event. The cattle judging is to be done by teams of juniors ami already 13 teams from various parts of tbe province have sent .In entries. At 'I'evions provincial conventions, seven or eight teams wore regarded as a large entry. "A SOLDIER OF FRANCE" .5, .j, IS LAID TO REST PARIS, Jan. ceremonies marked the perma- nent en'to'mhmont of "a sol- dier of IsYniice" representing the French unidentified war dead, under the Arc de Trl- cftnphe here this morning. A plain, stoiw slab irearlis the rest- ing spot Qf tliis unknown sol- "liter: DODD'S KIDNEY xc- KIDNEY MARLOW'S MEAT MARKET 11106THAVE. S. PHONE 796. Specials for Saturday Plate Boiling Beef, per Ib...................10c Veal and Lamb Stew, 2 Ibs. for..........___25c Jewel Shortening, 3-lb. pail.................75C Cold Spring Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. for..........9Sc FREE DELIVERY. GROCERY SPECIALS for SATURDAY AS WE ARE OVERSTOCKED IN A FEW LINES, WE ARE OFFERING SOME SNAPS THAT YOU CANNOT WELL OVER. LOOK. WE HAVE A VERY LOW OPERATING EXPENSE AND CAN AFFORD TO DELIVER GOODS WITHOUT ANY EXTRA CHARGE. STUDY THESE PRICES AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF. Prunes, nice fresh, 2 Ibs. for.................25c Pineapple, large tins, each..................30c Dairy Butter, nice fresh stock, per Ib..........SOc Onions, dry and sound, 12 Ibs. for............25c Pure Jams, any kind in stock, per 4-lb. Corn, Peas, and Tomatoes; per tin............20c Evaporated Apples, per 3-lb. carton..........7Sc OTHER GOODS AT AS LOW A PRICE AS YOU CAN BUY THEM FOR AT ANY PLACE IN THE CITY AT DONALDSON'S PHONE 1150. 801 9TH AVE. S. Special Prices on PORK for Tomorrow We have Ibs. of Prime Milk Fed Pork for which we will sell ANY JOINT at 3Oc Also a good selection of CHOICE HOME KILLED BEEF at the lowest prices in the city. Home rendered Lard, per Ib .30c Beef Dripping, per Ib. ____ igc Westminster Meat Market 110 THIRTEENTH STRICT, MOUTH. sen of.Nuw York iu thu nlith round nf a scheduled IJ-round bout here lust llaiuii.'ii wait floored thruu times in the lust round. WILSON TO MEET OHH'AtlO, .Ian. Wil- son, middleweight taxing champion.1 has been nuuchcd to tight Navy llos- tau or Jollot. Ills., at Kenuaht, Wis- I'onsin, I-'ellruary S, it waa announced today. THE WORKING MAN'S STORE NORTH LETHBRIDGE NEW AND SECOND-HAND STORE Our Big Genuine Sale 15 Per Ceni.Off AJj Cash Purthases FURNITURE, BEDS, COIL SPRINGS, MAT- TRESSES, CROCKERY, FELT BOOTS, SLIP- PERS, RUBBERS, OVERSHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS; ALSO A VARIETY OF WICKER FURNITURE. F. A. ROGERS 546 1STH ST. NORTH. PHOME BLUE LINE CAR TO THE DOOR. A FEW OF OUR GOOD PRICES FOR THIS WEEK-END Finest quality Dairy Butter, per Ib.......___SOc This is equai to any creamery butter. A trial order will convince you. Bacon, Empire, sliced; per Ib..............gSe Roast Ham, per Ib.........'.............gfo Beans, white navy, No. 1; 3 Ibs. Green Peas, No. 1; 3 Ibs. for .2Sc Pearl Barley, No. 1; 3 Ibs. for............ .2fic' Prunes, large per Ib. ............___20c Fine Coffee, ground; per Tomatoes, Donalco; per tin........___.....20c Oranges, special, per dozen................4Qc Strawberry Jam, special, 4-ib. tin...... 00 Sugar...................10s, 20s, Flour..................49s, 98s, FREE DELIVERY. J. A. JOHNSTON PHONE 1314. 426 13TH ST. Spedal for Saturday and Monday (January 29-31, 1921) Car owners, is chance to order your battery, fon the spring.. Give in your1 it the followlnj prices: Dodge, all moclefs IVTcLauglilin, 11 to 19J.9 Nash; 1917 and iW Nash, 490' Chevrolet Baby Grand 1 _____ Overlands, all models' Fohls1. tj. All these bii'Ufi-ies art; jielr umi (fiiL-.-iintaca for -12 monlkji All mail oroers avo osprosn 'wii.'n waiitwl! HCCHARCCO AND REPAIRED. PHONE Battery MWwm 811 FOURTH AVENUE. SOUTH, ;