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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, THE umnHDOB DAILY NRRAI n PAGE VTN8 fi CrfeHMIt teto BMA-4s PROM STANDING ALFALFA TO MEAL IN ONE HOUR -of aow Woakrnt ilul the ____1 a was M't 170 per to? to dairymen who want something to jtrortde a ration for their Weve Mere New But aBOther interesting of tie alfahi meal'. Industry is that a Kauaai pomjonj, operaUne a acre farm, OB'UCA of wtilch is Lrngal- ed.'a'rid on which acres of alfal- fa produced enormous .crops yearly, has -kKJ-'W falfii'mearmm of Its' own ___ ta attanta instead ot djehrfl Sopt. Sam G. Port- er, wlio is Is} Vbargo o! the district. In convection Herald. "If that wero- the case, Ve. would get much bet- ter riiurns from Hhe land in grata Colorado in- tils widening market >o that Colorado-alfalfa is shipped al! orer the, mld-westem itatM am for yean was shipped.into Canada sacked upas alfalfa meal, or mixed with other foodstuffs, as stock- irrigation waVr h needed would be a iirach le tfaler Inch longer time and could be used epread over _ Ihs available __ luncjij, The trouble Is 4pw 'that to in orb of the land is In be'Irrigated'at a that'weliavo a low! In the wafer demand which c.uinot be handled f'But what would, we do .with all the Supt, Pqrttr'Vas asked; "An avciage crop at two PROMPT RELIEF r two v Ri fof after o> the keep jour >taiitcli iHAIlK BV SCOTT BOU'NE 'JJ.UVEBSOF SCOTT'S he general public, and calk attention to the demand being made for fncreas-; ed rates In order that the express companies may be placed in a posi- tion to properly exist. The other commUstonera concur In the memorandum, which was made public tats morning. Land Co.. a aere project with which Mr. Porter was connected be- fore cornice to Is.one M-oilie; sirttrf in which there half a dosen alfalfa seal mills', prac- tically one at every station. These mills find a market for their product among dairymen everywhere, Kansas City a big distributing-point Here are tone figures secured by Mr. Porter 191S from one of the mllli la.this district. Paying JS.50 per' tori for aKalta delivered at mill; using electric power at 2% cents per k-w-h. costing cents-per ton .for power to run the 40 ton mill; total cost" of producing the meal fl.75 .per ton sacked and loaded on cars ket price was to per (do, leaving ton'profit; alfal fa mill company made per cent, profit that year. Double! the making .of into meal not only doubled its value, but t also produced' its own market'for .lie feed was pat up in such a way that it was exportable long-distances and was available to the farmer who wanted 100 pounds or 10 tons owing :o Its being sacked. It Is interesting to note In this which step beyond any th lag r the ordinary, alfalfa.grower has heard of. This farm has an alfalfa drier In con- nection with the mill, a plant which makes it possible to, take the hay green .from the mower, run It over the drier, on to the meal mill where it-Is ground, packed into sacks and loaded on the cars within1 an hour of the Ume it was'cat. Alfalfa-can: be handled in this even when there Is a drizzling rain, and .there Is no such thine as leaving It lying to cure. Is. this way there is never any spoil- ed alfalfa and the loss o! leaves oc- casioned .by continued drying after a rain, is done away with, 'year this farm chipped tons of allalta meal. Porter Is vterynaaxlous. that the irrigetws of this district look into this matter, get the' and look into Ihe question ot market. Of course, jt would probably take some time a market'In- Mani- toba and Saskatchewan, but Ml can be done in Canada just as well as in TJ. S. and once it Is established It would mean a great deal better bus- iness for this district which Is the alfalfa producing the Dominion. His Are Endorsed By Other Members of Railway Commission BRANDON LAWYER FINED ON A LIQUOR CHAflOE OTTAWA, Canadian of telegraph and telephone companies to Issue franks to cortara pertons is the subject of a judgment handed down today by Chlel Commissioner Carrell, of the board of railway commissioners, anj concurred in by the other members of the rail- way :board. r Commissioner Carvell holds that "Sections 345, 346 and 347 of the Rail- way Act are thpse sections dealing with free transporlatlon, and, there- fore when eror-. reason ably applicable, the telegraph and- telephone compan- ies possess the. same rights in issuing free or reduced; transportation of mes- sages railway companies pos- sess as to reduced transportation of BRANDON, Han., Jan. H. Mackay, lawyer, was fined (200 and cMti In the poike court iorfjy by Magistrate Jerfery on a of havlHB ttquor In other thtn a prlvatt dwelling. Time to pay WH refuud. When the bill was mpit >ut Mackay objected to pay- ment of fee for court iteno- grapher here which he maid wat net arovltfed for In the statute. REPUBLICAN FUG passengers, etc." iiimatism Clyred by HJisumaUsin.is a constitutlorial.dis' uric acid It iteeif by. nain .and lE'iieness 'j.'tacktns the 'muccles Joints of (he body, whinh o: I en "swell nni) hBcoihp hot'and Inflamed. Anyone who lias suffered monlh apii perhaps year after year, with; riieurnatlsm, and who has tried, '.'tqnedy Vfttir remedy iti the hope without success, should net give up hope. Ilurdo'cit by invigor- organs and elim- iriRting nric-iibid from the system, glvo prompt, .and. nermanunt re- lief. MElO DEM OTTAWA, Jan. (By Canadian Press) Cables were sent to Paris to- day to discover, the whereabouts of Canadian delegates to the gwcniing body of the International labor con- ference. Atlantic storms havq glvcri rjse. to a disappointing- BttuaUta. The F. A. '.deputy minister of labor, reiiresentiag.the Do- ion gpvcrnmenL and Tom Jloore, The chief .commissioner states that the provisions forr tolls, filing'of tar- iffs etc., for these companies is pro- vided for In Section 357 of the act, and, generally "speaking, are subject to revision by'.the railway board at any time.. He states he "can find no provision for free carriage' Of: messages, except- ing what may be found in Sections 345 and 340 of the Railway Act." No Authority, Says Carvell OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian a memorandum by Hon F. B. Carvell, chief commissioner the railway the question o express franks, Mr.. Carvell states: "So far as tolls and tariffs are con corned, they express companls in Canada) art" governed entirely b: :he law regarding freight toils an( .ariffs and as 1 can find no provision in the act specifically allowing a rai way company to 'carry freight free o an company has n such right unless .it can be foun within the'prp'visions of Sections.345 340'or 347 of the Railway Act, dealln with reduced fares and free transpo tation." Mr. Carvell holds that "had parlia ment intended-that those persons sp clfically referred to in Section should be entitled'to receive free e- bfjf'the Trades and Labor representing organized lab- ;from New York fpr. Cher- Create Kaiserin ._ Apparently they Augusta Vic- plen- 'How'To Treat Medical authorities state, that iiear- ly nine-tenth, of thercascS of stbmacn trouble, burn- ing, gas, bloating, nausea, etc., are due to an excess ot hydrochloric acid In the stomach and not as some be: licvfc to a lack :of digestive juices. The delicate stomach lining digestion Is delayed and food sours, causing the disagreeable symptoms which every stomach sufferer knows so well. v Artificial digestents are not needed in such may do reaV.harm. Purlbrook, Ont, Try laying aside all digestive.aids and Instead get from sny druggist a few ounces of Bisurated Mafficsla and ty the con- delayed' by the ro'ifKh wealher at sea, the Kniserin was late. When last heard of, she had put in to one of the English Channel ports. There Is therefore no question of the safety of the delegates, but it Is questioned here if they have been {eel it my duty to let you V.nuvi of the great benefit my husband derives froa using your Burdock take a tcaspoonful. in a quarter glasi Blood bitters: Ho tind been suffering for. tho pait'.two years with inflam- of water right after eating. This HwcetenE the stomach, prevents the mMory rhSumntfBrn. lie tried many formation of excess acid and there is -.Qtjio better. A friend no sourness, gas or pain. Bisurated medicines to fake D. D. D. He dirt i Magnesia (in powder or tablet form- so, and after taking five bottles hi; never liquid or milk) Is harmless to a'new, men and was able to the stomach, in expensive-to take and gQ tq work, theisnmc as ever." 'is the most efficient.form of magnes- Burdock'JllcOtl-Bitters have been on ta for stomach .purposes..It Is'Used the mark.et.for.over 40 years. Manu-lby thousands .of..peoplo who -enjoy fatlured'only by The T. Mllburn Co., (their meals with no more fear of In- Lijnlted; Toronto, I able to. reach the .con- 405 Fifth St., South Better Meat for Less Money And'where the careful housewife can purchase with satisfaction and economy. cials for Saturday Round Steak, 2 5Sc Choice Roast Beef, per lb.................18c Gwd Beef, per ft..................15c Extra Choice Veal Roast, per lb. 15c 2 jbs. Crtumery Butter for............., Fancy Bacon, by the piece, per lb..........48c ijwift'i Hams, or baU, per lb........38c F. Berriman, Prop. clusion of-'-'tiie' most' iniporiant" busi- ness. The situation is regarded as particu- larly disappointing in view of the fact- that, at the International, labor confer. ence held in; Washington during No; vember, Canada mflide a strenuous' fight" for representation on the erning body. Unsuccessful in the first stages, the Dominion government filed a formal protest against the action of the organizing committee of con- ference in having excluded Canada from Ihe list of eight notions of ''chief Industrial and Uicroforo insisted on direct representation on the governing hotly. That protest in the ordinary course of events would have been among the first points dis- cussed at the. present conference. ,t Government delegates at the Ington conference elected Canada as one of the four additional then) 12 in entitled to be represent- ed on the governing boiiy. As a re- sult the protest before the council was not pressed. Canadian labor also was successful in securing election to the governing body. Canadian employers made a strong fight to secure repre- sentation, but did not succeed. Hence, Canada is represented on the gov-. erning body by a representative of the Dominion government, and of Cana-' dlan organized labor. When the two delegates left OIU- wa, they expected lo be absent, at least slit weeks. Deliberations of Ui6 convening body, It was would cover probably a fortnight or three weeks. Press dispatches lend to In- dicate, however, that although only In session since Monday, the convening body is Hearing the end of its delibera- tions. What Its conclusions have been will largely determine whether or not labor legislation will be presented to llio house of commons during the coining session. press fraaks, It would have said and, not having done so and they m coming within any .of the classes r ferred to in Section 345, I am force to the conclusion that express con panics have no right to grant frank to This section covers members of tn Senate, the HoiUi.e o{ Commons an Board ot Railway Commissioners an staff. -i Jf-i-r- 'T continues, "iho -express compan.i Bare granted eipreife. franks numljer .of peopleMn.different of Canada, but I "fail to find any a thority tlierefor." Mr. Varvcll calls attention to tli fact that every dollar's" worth of fr ;ransportation.- must bo made up b for the second time, the case W. Sadowskl, for buying furs knowing that they were unlawfully ob- tained, has been dismissed, with the defendant exonerated from .having I any guilty knowledge of the source ot the goods. The information was laid by Green and Adams, from the (ura wore obtained by falsa pretences by Lipsou, who is now undergoing six months' Imprisonment for the offence. In the first instance the case was heard before Magistrate Irwln and dismissed. On the argument that they had .fresh evidence, the charge was repeated by Green and Adams, and this time heard before -Magistrate Burrell at the pro- vincial police court and dismissed, .with tho opinion of the magistrate i that there was nothing to show that Mr. Sadowskl looked .on the trausac- lon other than as a lawful deal. It s probable that an action for mHlt- Jan. the now uriicipal council, composed mostly cloue prosecution will be inetltuteit against Green and Adams by Sadow- Sinn Feiuerg, 'met for the first me' toiay, It was greeted with the reatest- eathuslasm by huge crowds a the republican flag was hoisted on city hall. Among tie spectators within the all where It WAS necessary to obtain special permit to secure admission, Mrs. Clark, widow of Thomas J lark, one ot the executed leaders of he Easter rebellion of 1916; Mrs lacBride and Mrs. W. who was elected a municipal oiincillor, hut jvas disqualified by the own clerk because she reiuji? ign the, roll except in Gaelic. Retiring Lord Mayor pro- iosed Tom. Sinn Feiner mem- ier of parliament, who is in Worm- wood Scubbs prison, as his succes- sor. Mr. O'Neill thai Kelly had not received fair play as although he was -i fair and he bad been 'deported and spat upon In England." Alderman. Cosgrovo seconded the motion, Baying that Kelly, behind prison bars as he was, had an easier :onsclence "than the pubWs pierout- ting around the castie" ski. J. N. Ritchie appeared for the defendant, aud W. S. Bali for the plain- tiffs. "EOJNA. Jan. crowded ___- galleries Hon. V. A. Turgeon moved a resolution tonight asking the Domin- ion government to take a referendum vote to determine whether Imports liguor should be prohibited or net Saskatchewan. He reviewed the'hiv! tory of temperance legislation from eleven centuries before Christ to tha present day, emphasizing the fact thai restrictive measures .were of .little'i'- avail without a public conscience sup- porting tho It did cot take a Us police force lo prevent murder, be; cause the public aided the authorities la preventing this crime and bringing such offenders to task. With temper, auce laws it seemed to be different and the authorities got no assistance or very little. The government posed no radical change, without" ,the people's consent. The people had de-. clared for prohibition, and until the people stated 'otherwise the govern- ment proposed FO far as lay In hi to grant its desires. THESE FARMERS FAVOR PRIVATE OWNERSHIP WASHINGTON, Jf.n. sentatives of five big'farmers' organi- zations met here, today to prepare memorials to President Wilson and congreea asking for the immediate re- turn of tba railroads to private con- trol and the prompt enactment of leg- islation to meet present conditions. Protests against representations here- tofore made that the farmers favor continuing government control for at least two years -were made by dele' Sates. The organizations represented, tho delegates declare, have a membership of EASILY TRACED Thousands who are none too strong trace the present state to influenza or tome like-debilitating illness. Such could not do Defter than try the strength-restoring and body- building virtues of scorns EMULSION This efficient tonic is nomishment in a form that helps build up a healthy resistance. If you are not in yoarjaccastomed strength and need a tonic, rich, nourishing SCOTT'S EMULSION will help yoa. Try It! Scoit Borne. Toronto, OuL dissolved in tie mouth, effectively destroy the inaay germs which are constantly Soaring in Ihe >ir, lodging Sn: the throat. _____Clnnaform PtsHUlea are wouderfully Bnccessfui in preventing Bore Throat, Tontilitis, Quinsy Eicelltnt for children who suffer with Sore Throats and Colds. PLEAS ANT to USE AT ALL DRUGGISTS NATIOKAL DBUQ H CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA. -LIMITED who resides at 2071 Avd., Vancouver, re- McLEAN'S RESIGNATION IS IMPENDING OTTAWA, Jan. A. K." Maclean left for New York this morning and will not be back for a week or two. resignation. from the cabinet Is said to be Im- pending. NATIONALIST ELECTED MAYOR OF DERRY. LONDON, Jan. the elec- tion of a mayor In Dcrry, Ireland, today, O. C. Dougherty, Nation- alist, was chosen. In Sllgo, SEnn FeTner was elected to the mayoralty, FARMERS' MOVEMENT AIMS AT GREATER DEMOCRACY WINNIPEG, Jan. the debate of the address frorti tha throne In the legislature, to day, W. R. Wood of Benuttju! Plains, traced the development of the farmers' political movement. The farmers' oV- Glared, aimed at more democratic choice of federal representatives and to free the country from clique control and machine elec- tion. After Suffering- Three ".Years With Stomach Trouble He Takes Tanlac And Feels Like a New Man. "Tanlac has dotio.me so much good and I feel so thankful it would sim- ply be Impossible for mo to say too imich for It." snlrt John Hfdden, an employee of the sugar refinery in Van- couver, D. C., Forty-seventh ccntly. Continuing, he "I have suffered from a severe Gtpmnch trouble for tho past three years, and I hardly ate enough in one day to keep !i small, child alive, let a man, and even this r-tnall amount would sour, gas would form and I would bloat so my clothes would become uncomfortable and'my heart would palpitate so badly I hurt difficulty In sucli 'pains in my stomach every moal they would nearly draw me double. I' also had pains in the small of my back which made It almost Im- possible for mo lo stoop over, I war. also Iroubled ft great deal froin coii' stipation and my head ached nearly all tho tlmo and at times throbbed hail it (nit as if It .would simply IVfls troubled a lot with dizzy spells and at limes 1 would havo-.lo grab hold of something