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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EICI1T nil'. i.l'.lilKHUHiK DULY I SATl'niUY. JUNK II. 1010 OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER o[ lU bail been l milk auJ o wUh the ct ibe Krasir Valley plan ihoy deci-leJ to aafc AlbcrU dairymen lo a fuctl p uiuiiti of the rVasiblllO1 M own has lo sell, as well as on tvery- xtblng he has to buj'T >c is one tbing 0 have an oiiiuion cm this qutsiwn. C. Arderi; Charged With Corrup- tion in Cuunecliun Wilh M.S. Aft to Tt-.f JlcniM> June The spring term of ihe Knsl Kooienoy assizes opened liere Inlay., Justice 'the mkrtetiDg problem" What would ihint of ihe if. aiier de-i lhe yrlcv to ihe J secured feating the enemies. Ihey had and They able io do this because Lhey of the u-ere tut two criminal cases to bo bulb gremuig out 'of ogalDs; Anlon for racolt- money lor corrupt purposes and fur obtaining money under filse pre- tenses. cases gmv out of alleged misronduci of Arden whllo he was aL-lltiK as n-Dominion police officer lu ebforcemeui of the Military by the commklee have Service Act. for every member "wr I The-grand'Jury bro'jgbt In K siaw Iho milk and cream b'U the first charge, hu; threw out the bill drawn-under ibe second their !0 fls the ueace yble (Q do lhis becau5e ihey Uielr The farmer Is In Jusl that petition. to bnndle their otrn committee ivas uwtDixttf. While ill. when te grocs or buys feed io fcctl i d t ;f man refused 10 has concentrated of- J ciiarge. to cows to produce milk and cream roljhe 'w Thf Bonlea Condensed tons upaii Hio nnrlffls of! 'A jury was selected to try the icll lo someone else and allows ihe faclorv ciocej dOWU their plnnt southern AJberla, ihe increased prices I auJ trial'Is now i.ruoeedtiis. A COURTSHIP IN TURKEY liuudoti Times The marriage of .l.lem. Col. P. S. 'owcornbe. D. S. O.' R. B.. and Jllss' Klsl Cuski. wbkb look place at St. largnret's, was (he out- omo f! a romantic courtship In Turk- r It appears Ihal Miss Cftakl visitej wbea R [iris- uer ot war in hospital ill Coiislitnli- oplc lust summer, suffering from ruallpox. .J-atur, wfu-u he H'flj erred to Uursa. she succeeded lit fol fflag Mm on tlie ot illheallli, elog accompanied by her fnllhful id." Hero Col. Xoivcoinbo nindft auy amusing attempts lo meet Mtds 'bakl. and eventually lio escaped one ivenltuj disguised as a Turkish kheja He eiplaluetl to her tbnt ie required a boat, money, 'H Mdlng rioce In Conslanllnople, and incaJis o escape Iroiu, (here in order to ;afn als complete freedom. lie, re- urued to the quarters where he was Bed Miss Chakl in lo work o secure the means esscnllal lo her When Ler prepara: lotneone else to tell him! what Ms pro- tno or three limes as a protest aeainst have affected every can of milk ouj Tor ihe producer an adrtnee ol per pound buiier fai on all milk aolil In Vancouver, .arid Ihey have done Ihis ullhoul inflating tht i-osl lo ihe roosumer. The -Borden Condensed Milk used to get the farmers' miJk in ihe. summer time tor per pound butler taL Since ihe producers bed-they have secured from ihe sariie factory 95i; per pound bmter tal. Of- course" .parf of .ihis" Increase Is due to'liie 'general advance in prlre get teller w-ual they had sell. A fiuod.dc-al has been accom-1 Is iistd. and tt-c be plistiej In.roush. negotiations wilh ibe distributors. Mora could have been acooruplislietl if fho' producers had been better organized. This commit- tee is of ibe opinion thai Ihe only satisfactory solution is tor pro- ducers to tbeir owu produce. A represemaike ot the Fraser MHfc Producers' Assuciaiion recenily adilresscd a meeting of orer 100 snip- pers la Calvary. HD also met the ami cream cciiuiU- j Hurscss. C. M: Messiter. ,Thomas tee. Kvcry subscriber will Heck anil Francis White consiiluled as 10 how the iiic-uey I the gmmi jury. Percy Uean Is foreman, and George larly audited by ths U.F_4. auditor. LocV. James Corlgau. K Forcey. C- Plcase forward contributions through S. Parker. John Wood. Jr.; 51. Sste- your local seereiury. CodlriaulioBs J. Garbcit, Charles Edward, Should be marked "Milk Producers' IV .Mflllieson. G. P. 'Moses nnd n. Fur- Fund." and addressed lo H. Hlgg-in- j seson are ibe, Iriixi jury in the case ontham, provincial secretary, JJnllei Farmers of Alherla. Calsury. Signed on behalf of the V.F.A'. milk and cream committee. H. H1GG1XBOTHAM. Secrclary. The Farmers and the Bankers Ci Brown, superintendent ot Recommends Dally Use of Magnesia western branches oC the Bank of Com- to Overcome Troot'e, Caused b> Fermenting Food and Acid Indigestion Gas and wind fn Uie stoiuuch ac- 'companied by Ihat lulL .bloated feel- log afier eating are almost ceiiain Evidence of llie presence of excessive hydrocbtoric acid in rte. stomach, .c'rcaling so-called "acid are dangerous be- cause top much acid irrilates the dell- lining ot the stomach, often Mag, to giilTilis Rccompatiied'by, ser- 'lous stomach ulcers. Food ferments creating f the diitresstng the nornial-ifaiiclioQe of the arieciiug 1he hearl: If Is the .H'orsl 'of folly (o neglect such a serious con flit ion or to treat ordinary digeftive aids peutralizlus affect' on" the Insleafl gci from any merceT in the Grain Growers no besUation in tbat daring the past few years most of the banls t been bending all their en- ergies to ihe training oT tUclr couniri" mahagera in the west so that they might 4m really qualified to ernmental or otherwise, which could exercise so beneficial an influence. 1 wish to put it squarely up to our friends in the councils of the farmers' associations. 1 hare explained the numerous difficulties under which the bants' nave been laboring in eitend-. inp credit lo men on land in a newly; ;ive I settled country of immense distances.' an inLelligenl. and sympathetic con- j iar .w-e Want and slderatlon lo the credit needs ol ite we are e'nLHlcrt to ask Cor. lue eo-oper- community, and 1 fee! of lne raT-raers- associations in all .wa now need in order to bring 10 ihem a western'bankins service up to a crc- reaily eificient-bankins service. tillable'level ot efficiency ss rapidly as'Vossibie.is the co-ODsrafion of the Waders of Ihe farmers-'associaiions. Al the banter-farmer co'nrehlioo, 'J held iiuWlnnir-eg, in July, 121ft. I urg- ALFALFA v ed Ihet the'Canadfca Council at appoint a" comnrillde. f- of reference of their own rcprcscnta- Lh fc h landscape look Lives. La consider complaints made by I v farmers against .any. of Ihe air? druggUL a few ounces of BCsuraccd1 SlagnesJa and late a teaspoonful in. .quarter glass ofvwater rithL nfler1 earing. This will drire the'.gas, wind and bloat right oul of tbc body, sweet en the.slomacb. neutralize Ihe eicess acid and prevent Us formation and there is no sourness or psJn. Biaur- aled Maciiula (in powder or wh'ch i of wrong tveal- I ment by iiuplemenl companies, ratl- ,road companies, banks, or any other business fnteresls. Tuis proposal was wbllc u-orn-oul son? Wbal Fair, bright perfume the What plant repays the fnrraer'e toil; supported banters generally, and since tbat lime I have urged action in this direcUon. The propoaal was that .whenever fl farmer had a to .males' agaiosl' a bank it should he fonranied (o commiLLee be considerc-d by it, After obfafalhg the Facts from the so that K the'com- form-never liquid-or milk) is barm-j talnl n-ere Jtis'l one "it" less lo. Lhe stomach, meipensnre tol recUped> aBd u it jusl thal ire might be acquitted, of injustice. take and tbe best form of magnesia for alomach purposes.- lt> IE'used by ihousanris of people who enjoy Ibelr meals with no more fair ot Thai PRAYING WesternTransferCo, Lanhed C. P. i..'Freltht PHONES OtTIee 11K Illkln W4 J Sheriff Kastnerr'vbo aaktd lo sen-e the counOr. In the capacity o f r II. Wrtz, Fernic Visitor, nliendiag court. A special jur> has beeft suinhtdneil lo' be fr6sen Jhc slander cases pend ing, one against Lavrsori, one again? District 16. U.M.W. oi in both o which '.J. R. Mfallace is plaintiff. an( a third case brought by P. Christo- phers, president of-District IS, TV. of A., against. J. H. be tried. feet? Alfalta. .A lire broke out In the Chcmainu mates the hogs so healthy lumber mill last but very littli You never hear a squeal? damage was done. CANADA PODD IOARD LICENSE.NUMBER appointed has been due lo a feeling1 thai it would bo loo big an undertak- ing for one central committee to deal h all Ihe complaints which might :ome from .farmers scattered DTCT country. I bellere, however..that 1 can now offer a guggeation tbat would etfect- u'ally overcome Ibis dlirically. It )3 this: That each local association of the various provincial farmers' asso- ciations should appoint a local com- ZDittee.o.f reference to which ihe com- plaints'oF ila icqmbera would be sub- ted. On receiving a copiplainl, j this committee could sit down with I the bank manager, sort out the state- ments of fact on both anrt ch- deavor to find a way ot helpScg uut any case deserving of asalstance. It ttilg local commlllce felt thnt the hank WKS at fault and the manager was disinclined Lo reconsider hia decision In any way. the committee could Its finding on to a central committee of the Canadian Counclf of Agricul- ture, at UMnnlpcg, by whom the mal- Ler could be taken up, with the chfef western, rcpresenlatlvo'.of the 'bank concerned. Would Check Wrong Methods Such machinery and such n proced- ure would be equally effective, whe- ther Ihc difficulty was (he reauH ol a wrong-policy on th? part o[ the head cilice of an Individual bank, or was Ihe fault-only of the local man- I ager of ft bank whose policy and In- i lenllons .were "of the best. If there i are any hanks doing business In theae provinces whose central otflc- era are not pursuing the hind of pol- j i Icy which the country has a rlgt.t la 1 I ft i pec-1 of them, those banks which j are aiming lo eilcnd firming crcdlU I upon Intelligent and Ju3l Unos. are na much- concerned: as are Ihe tarrofrs thnmsclvea thai such .shoulil bu Itnown. and pressure bruuKlu uijori them 10 rectlly tnn trouble with Ibe loasl of time. No ,lianU cuuld wftonl to fluJ Itstlf In thfc position o( tjplng fnl- .IndgeU ui falilc by H4 outi (ora, as well a.i lij- a com- inlllee of ifie formers' Consequently, llie cffcri of such ,1 rrieasure of cn-oiicraMon between HIP fariricrfi and (lu< hanks HA I liavc flit; alintil tlie b-t 1 ivi.i no foiTu nf The wbolcsome'feed that never falls To put three curls their tails? Alfalfa. What makes all stock look fat and lions were ready she smvgglcd a uotu ck la him. Col XouL'ombe regal tied Uts llborly ouu night lu Iho middle of lember. and after a 20-mile walk to the coast and two dnj-R' rowing be the boat jiroeurreil for bltyt K-aebv-J hU hid lug vlacsj lu tan tlnonle, IU-ro he propoiaiiJ'J, uork for ibe armistice ugaLust the (iertrains, und just as he lo start with a well kiiowu brlganJ to ttio frontier he was by a high official of Lhn purLy to remu'.a uke oul amlstke terms. lib presence In the capital was unknown to (he polled or prison uuthorltlcd. (.'ol. New combo got away frcui stautlnoplo Jugt before Ihe arratBlice. Chati was 1101 HHoweO to fol- io iv until over four tnonlhs later. and they look iave a hlcU oM time. There will t( J [ishlug. swlmmlug, bikes, roouu fttu climbiDft boating, good grub, lu fact evfrytblus to maV( n boy (eel talUrieJ life. And'lbf cost is likely lo be less than usual number of frienda of Ihe boys lo lent] tlielr cars lo laV< out, which Ihe aoiounl of (ho farti, AU who inlenJ lo lake advantage llth golden opportunity to liaro J greut time sliouM notify Mr. MauLe) (ho 'V at once so (hat