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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRmGE DAILY HERALD ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR VSk tin} "hul i.inko llo'ii seen, best The ans'.vcr will be 'that it is the flour which hakes tho finest .bread and cakes with the least amount of trouble and waste That means this flour, sack today and test Send for a trial it" for yourself. Ellison Milling "and Elevator Co. J11LLS AT. LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND ftND MAGRATH The New Bakery New Equipment, Expert Bakers, Good'Seryice. The .only plfice you. can buy bread at 5 cents a loaf, and you.can buy It from us only OF TOWN .TRADE SUPPLIED DAILY' Union Bakery Wm Peebles, 1482, Cor 8th Ave and AN OPEN LETTER TO GRAIN GROWERS The, Herald IIHH boon asked 10 give si ace to the following open lotlRt t (hy shareholders of tho Grain Grow ors Grain Company, Limited 1 nt with manner tn v.'iu'-b thr affairs of Uio Company hiuo been .conducted has in lliu Director nte for several yearn. 'Lust July, after the .Annual -Moei- Ing it found enprosslbn In the uuoll tlon of the offices of First. innl Sou- on! held by Mr. John Kennedy and Mr, R. Ma" Uenzte, and the doing away with (hn Hoard of Control, of which the i dent, Mr. T.. A. Crerar, .and Uio ucim- pants of these offices-were Mie mem- bers. At tho same time Air. Crorflr was appointed managing director, with wide supervisory and dleclplin- ivmpig in iho hope o' ing the extremely unsatisfactory qual- ity of 'much of the work done by tbe office staff, and of .more successfully regulating the activities of certain important officials of the company, who seemed prone to exceed Instruc- An ill-considered substitute for the Board of Control devised on tho spur of the and really .'-in- consistent 'with the office of manug ing director, except aa it faelf being simply advisory tbere to, proved unworkable, as a govern- j Ing.body, but was the; means .of speed- i ily convincing a nmriher of the'direct- ors of the urgent need for removing Mr. Crerar from office and replac- ing him by sonic one who would -ex- hibit considerably more industry and business ability, more loyalty in car- rying out the wishes-of the directors as expressed by resolutions of 'the and-more-sympathy with tbe objects for which tbe was organix-ed, tban he -lias shown him- self to possess Our dissatisfaction .finally culniin- ALFALFA 1. Alfalfa must be Inoculated. 2 Alfalfa cannot stand wet feet 3 Alfalfa needs a well drained boll 4; Alfalfa is a poor weed-fighter the first season. Alfalfa does not thrive when not 5. ,cut 6. Alfalfa should be cut> when one- tenth in bloom. It Goo a Luck on Bak- ing day: beciute eviry requisite of x perfect baking powder, is ambodifld in ''Alberta's Bftt." Beat" pure, puro. "Alberta's pefeotly from any vubstince injurioui to health "Alberta's is it known by good cooks .your grocer for it today Htod In a demand for a special full meeting of tho board of directors to consider the' condition ;of Itio ulTalra or tho company, and, hi tho light of this, the question of future manage- ment. At this meeting tho following resol- utfim wua presented: "Tliat in tiie ojilnloh of this Hoard It IB absolutely necessary that the 'position of man- aging director should-be doctored va- cant." While the majority of the directors expressed' themselves as displeased with the'manner In which the affairs of the company had been conducted, the above; resolution-, received only four of'the'five votes necessary to secure Us- passage. Thereupon, wo four directors who-voted for it, and attached hereto, re- signed In a as :i provest, and with a view to leaving'us tto bring -tho matter in a forcible man- ner to of ers. without waiting- till the time of their assembling. 'We desire -that the situation should 'be dealt with vigorously, but without prejudice, and with full knowledge facts, at the anj nual 'meeting In July next, and to in- sure this, vve desire that the meeting should be as large and truly repre- sentative character as. possible. 'We advise, therefore, .bhat as many shareholders as are able should at- tend the and that those un- able to do so, instead of sending in their proxies to he voted by'persons of whose judgment ayd good faith they are not or intrusting them to. the paid agents of the com- pany travelling about' the country shouM delegate' some responsible shareholder from 'their own locality to represent them at the meeting, and vote their proxies in accordance with .whatever; brought out may warrant. This; 'company was organized for ,the purpose of protecting and advanc- ing the Intet'GstB of the growers of grain. It is'the manifest duty of cv ory grain-growing shareholder, I hero- fore, to see to It that folio men at its hi'iiii remain In sympathy with that purpose, and prove themselves .com- petent to carry H. out. or be speedily replaced hy others more worthy of their'confidence. "We have not'stated "our objections to the way In which the affairs of the company have, been, anil are being conducted. In any very specific man- ner. These are matters.for the share- holders jilone, and not for the general public. They can ho threshed out among ourselves in the annual meet- ing without any help or advice from outsiders, particularly grain men and politicians. 'Shareholders! this your com- pany. We think you need it; but you need it kept in shape 10 serve jou lojally and well "In retiring -from (he directorate we give you our opinion, baaed on a more intimate knowledge than the majority of you possess, that a change .of management Is highly de- the Interest of sharehold- ers and alike 'Here our responsibility, to, you ends 'Now, it is for you to.make the an- nual meeting truh searching enquiry, to become acqiiaii ed with the facts which-ted to burn tirement from 'the directorate; an then to take such 'action as aeem most likely to insure the aceompllst "meiit of the purposes for which th company was organized. E. A. .PARTRIDOE, Sintaluta, Sask, DAVID RA1LTON, Sintaluta. Sask, JOHN SPELN'CER. Winnipeg, iiari, N. E. BAUMONK. Dimduni, Sask. FLOWER DAY AT SCHOOLS BARNEY PEOPLE GETTING MARRIED NEW RAILWAY NOT ALL THAT IN TERESTS IN FINE SHAPE Barney, 'June F. Kveret 7. Alfalfa should not be cut too lateleitv schools. The annual flower to "tbe meeting tomorrow of, the'has' returned from tbe.north, lie re in tbe season 'petition ulnrh lias become one of the committee to select ports the crops in line condition S Alfalfa roots go deep of the school bo in ofTicois 01 the B.issano district in each school during the! national contention there f tur- ifternoon I asf tear the whole show j ther discussion today 01 ihc proposi TOMORROW BRING FLOWERS GROWN AT HOME' FOR THE PURPOSt Tomorrow is Flower Dav at DEMOCRATS ARE GETTING READY PRELIMINARIES FOR THE BIG BE HELD l AT BALTIMORE Baltimore, June 9 Alfalfa is tbe prince ot drought resistors 10. Alfalfa needs a packed i does best, on., manured play. BANK OF MONTREAL AObS TO CAPITAL Montreal rune The7 of the Bank of met at Sjioon tod.iy, and vnani the board of diiectois to ap foi an increase in l to 42 ,000 000 'When 'the recent neiv issue of O 000 is fnlh nawl up in August, capital -will stand, at: the authorization means he addition of ?0 to the au capital t "eefl bed, .lii'Alfalfi soil. ,y 12. Alfalfa is best seeded without a t I 'IS.---Alfalfa1 'should -be'seeded with a 'drill 1-1. Alfalfa should not be pastured [until v.oll established 15 Air-Ufa bhould not be pastured the moiniug J K Teinll his prom- spring, when starting growth. ised to act as judge of the exhibits, 16.-Alfalfa boards i for the privilege. j 17. Alfalfa' humus'to the soil IS. Alfalfa sod plows Irani; i 19. Alfalfa sod produces good crops 20. Alfalfa yields "a re large. (The flower show is becoming one'i-ol I tlm events of'the citv schools, ml indications are that the number as cDntaiitrated at the tion to IKUL the candidate who IB- Mrs. hovina Brooks: has gone Rolling Green to, visit with her Mel t (T L Bakei has icturned [rom f i f, i Cdmonton. where lit was attendm inominaiion of Ration-' Ihc children arc entering -the al Con'imtteeimn Daniels North competition will tbe falanU Caiolma, is aiding tihit> pro- fiom the position to his foilou committeemen seeJ supplied bj the school board tcu school on Ninth but this >car jCened the second highest number ot j each school will haie its own final'ballot actjcpt'1 thV' pays i and all he-awarded, after noon From three o'clock, till five i thr will 'je, open jto %1t'ie {'public, aod the pupils TV ill thenv- ,sches Aisil the exhibits in'T bod> 21. Alfalfa bay represents, quality. CAN'T GET ROLLING STOCK Ottawi Tune he serious question of traffic congestion on vari on sCanadian railways came b-efqre the Rail'way Board in a variety of wajs at the lime traf ic sitting to day. Probably the moat important de- velopment was tbe 'stitement hy 1 Leonaid of the C P R and W II Bister of the Grand ItunK that the shortage of rolling stock Is due in a large measure Lo tho inability of the companies to have the ured, car shops of the coun- try .being orders ot cvlululs this jcai will be gicatl> in excess of other years. NUBti OF NEWS L. C. Colernan, of Belleville, liiis been apointed 'superintendent of. the Ottawa division of the G T R, sue ceeduig Mi Donaldson who goes 1.6 Winnipeg. H.H.H. the Duke of" Counanght spent a strenuous day at the' Peta wana military'camp. He met there.a sergeant-major .with him at- Tol-EMCebir. Manitoba Methodist Conference fa- vors the abolition of the bar. Saskatoon v-O'ted to raise hale-.-a million dollars for. a municipal street "railway. Only, one vote was record' ed" against the bylaw -Building permits at Winnipeg for the w-aek ending .Tune 15, amounted lo over a million dollars. Two .women police '.officers, the first, ,it is fo be appointed in Canada, were sw-orn in ait Van- couvei ;The Great Northern' has appropriat- ed one 'million dollars to build double tracks' between Vancouver 'and New Westminster, twelve miles Mrs. Kate Tomkinson, lying ill in her tent house, in South Vancouver, wan killed by a section of a 'tree, thrown by street ;makers'V blast, through the roof. Harvey- Gaoler, aged S, of Berlin, lost his right band in some machin- ery his father was working The corner stone of'the new 000 Calvary Congregational church at Montreal was laid. POWER FOR COUNTY counts council appoint ed a committee to interview the IIj dryElccnic Commission to gei a. sup ph of power uid light for the people of "tho. whol'e county. Cooking help from across the seas. BdwartVs Soups are the next best things to having an Edward's expert in your kitchen to male the Soups, vSauces, Grs vies, Stews, Meat Pies and Hashes, I OK SALE BY GEO.KEKK CO., LETHBRIDGE ONTARIO MAKES A DEAL Toronto, June an agree- ment with the provincial government, Mr. W. K; Jacknon, a wealthy lumber her merchant of Buffalo, .and his as- sociates, are ,to pay, for as many acres of land in'the township of Hafigar.t' and Kendry, in Northern Otitario, am! will ctenr the land, es- tablish snw mills and bring settlers into' the district. It is also provided under the agreement that at tho dis- cretion of (ho minister of lands, for- ests anil mines, improved farms will be prepared, which are to be sold at a price bjr him, cost only 50. a package and are invaluable for making all sorts of tasty, delicioiiadishes. -They thicken up the thin body to the yon to use up "left-overs" in many .appetizing- ways. Just try Ed ward's" Soups, and see'how much work and money they can e you 5c. a package and more inexpensive still in 15 tins. Edward' ,W mJt in thru Brow, TtmMo. mitt. Ihe fawn vartry Tht ttktrtwii trt fuftfy naff. 2002 W.. H. ESCOTT CO., WINNIPEG Rcprwentitivc for Manitoba, Satk- and Alberta 'conference, II iri} receivd her -mother's death'' Saturday last, Mrs J xck Earner has hei lit tie nieces from North Dakota, spend mg the hei Thursday, 'June 6th Mr. .1. Ilcrhen Dutfield and JMiss Dorothy Thomas eldesV'daughter. of were united iri marriage. Thi wedding was a the ceremony being poriormpti in T ahcr The bride looked very 'charming in a jirmcess gown o[ white-liberty satin trimmed with duchess lace and quins. Ernest fionwy was best in an. and Tifrs Domej acted as inaUou honr 1 he Bridal parti returned to Barney; where a reception Was helti in the evening at the home ot tht- hriile. Mr.' and Mrs. Dutfield will re side on Mr. Dttttield's farm and will L to their many friend after Julvlst. Mrs. Sutton Rave a to a number of her Rf v Talhei spent part of the week al Barney, Gtis Podoll and ..Rudolph- Wcnzel marie a business-trip to Lethbritige Friday Mrs. Maud of -Harvey, N. Di, is visiting at her 'brother's, Mr J. A. Warner Beef is almost as high as when, the cow .jumped over tho moon. The fanners arc getting seventy and eighty dollars'a head tor .their cattle. Charlie Culver hns" returned from the l.etlibridpe hospital "much improv- ed in health, Axel Davidson is building a .fine new house. The Crescent school bouse is almost coiiiulctctl. The trustees expect to have evprvlhinc; ready tor a celebra- tion Dominion Day Mrs. Wm. C-rcssV has been Very much indisposed tor past two weeks. Mrs. Arthur' Smith ami the ladies of tht dibtiut, a surprise (or (he U L Baker in Snnnv Hill school house .evening, and presented a. gold watch fob- Mr. Hakoc leaves (his week to take charge pf his appointment. It looks as though WP must have a good "iKitch'-niaker''. at Barney. imilerstand thorc arc two moro of our .bachelors making 'arrangements to liave housekeepers tor life. just luiri another splendid -.downpour nnd the crops are in ex- cellent condition. Mr' has his crew working .on .Carlshit! .school Promp and Efficl in. fill ess yourPrescripticjh Is Next of Importance to The Doctor's Orders PionipUicss means that we the fresh- est and lalest chugs right here in the com- pounding derailment and that there us no need foi unnecessary waiting. Efficiency signifies that the very highest skill is used hi filling your prescription. The combination, of these two things is of the greatest con- sequence in that cuie. xVsk your doctor, The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. Phone 555 3rd Avenue S. TREATMENT OF THE SOIL by E Houit, Colorado Experiment Station, fort Collins, Colorado. It IB a well known fict that ground which is kept evapor- ate much less water than n-soil which s packed on top. which escapes into the air IB absolutely so far aa the plants growing; m that particular field are concerned, And if anvthing can, be done to hold thin moia turo m the ground that It may reach the roots of the growing crop, It s of course the thing to and will prove a benefit to ths plant growing iii the fleld Some years ago one ot the repre- sentatives from the Agricultural Col ege was i lElting an up-to date farmer n the country, and the.farmer.showed him a field of wheat iwhich illiiitritad ;hls harrowing in a remarkable man- ner. x A storm had pased that BftctJon if the.country and about due and a half nches of rain It.had been dashing shower and.had packed the surface of the ground considerably. The gram was from four to aix inches ligh, and the farmer had beea advised o harrow the ground to prevent evap- oration. Pie sent man to-do he -nho hitched on to tbe har cw and dragged it diagonally across he field.of wheat, around he outside of the or Ix times. He then became rdis'euited with the work because ;it appanrad hat be was dragging out much of he grain and reported the r who ordered the work discon- tinued. By the time the grain bad headed the marks of the harrowed Mctloni could be plainly Been The place where It had been dragged diagonally across the field produced grain at least eight or ten Inches higher than that on either side which had not been bar. rowed and along the edges of the field the grain was In a like condition t grain of the field that; had not been touched b> the harrow nas not to be compared the harrowed grain, either In appearance, size of or heads of grain The yield from the harrowed portion was practically double that from the tion. It simply shows that the htrrowinf and loosening of the surface soil, even though it did destroy some ot the plants, conserved the moisture and benefited those plants that were left in such a marked degree tbft it ma- terially Increased the yield from that field and shows that this practice could be employed to advantage by all Farming GUILTY OF- MANSLAUGHTER, Mooie June disagreement tonight the jury- brought in a verdict of mane laughter t the end of a five hour The verdict was received at.10.40 'p.m.; and Vitror Erickson, farmer, of kins, was remanded for ence for the manslaughter of Erickson aged years nine monthv Good Meals at Camp Comfort The at Camp Comfort are using the tame itove that they had lut year. It was the best they could It wai i Tail TMF New Pcrftctiw OTOI a New Perftctwi Ttattcr New PnfacllM Brojler wlul a difference 'in the metii t VXK] itove Mid one the So ther called their Cimp ComlM." And llwj will tell their molhwi wivei about the itove, Fof the New Perfection Oil Covk-riove H convenient for the home for the c.mp. It will row ind >i well I ngulir coil Thi Ntw Ptrfvctloh SIOT. Mbl.lfr dnkri. Fn lo M7MC THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited ;