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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE:LETHJptitl.GE DAILY HERALD Page 11 PAfTlYNUMS Do�tor9 Dill ,H6r No Qdod- Testifies How. She Was Helped by Mia&Pittk:tbok> doctor's .n�?dK ..d^es btit diity dl4 'i^p^|&fl>;:fei|>I:de-' oiaadmt^JdydlaB. ^PiiiiaiaJgfi'^llli;.. ble'Coib|�6iiiEdJ.Idld j'io;:"'Ma-i|ipwur:fe^r i Btroneer iihd blatter. J.. 1iaaye; told other wotnen wBct^ llir8.';t>inkham^s .n9tttdI�Ui$a have ddttefoi'thi and give you permis-Bion tb paUitlA tiiis Jettet for the good of oihei^V'-Mrs. HxiLDA BRICK90N, 608 Maysvillj} AVBAijie,' Zaii6Bvil]e> Ohio. ' Mote Proof. Btirlingfton, iow4-"P*or Srears I �uf-fdredft'igreat dw from female troublesj I h^ awful pdinD Atid f ett sick nearly all the titne. 'I itv Lydia E. Pinkham'* Ye^etkblS^^Gompoupd advertised aqd heard tlji^t it had helped other suffering Women bo,I felt, dure it Would do me good. Sure 'erioUgh it did. The first btfttle helppdt'iA^ add now I am a strong ahd well woman. 1 would not be with-odt IHte'l** MbuS&'"-Mr8. AUNA Hio-gins, 11�6 Agency St, BnrlingtQO, Iowa. Th^tefiedd tie ho doubt ab^nt the abillly bt thtk gnttid old z'eoiedy, made frdhi uiet^Md httbf of oar flel4a> to r^me(^y^WOma�ts diseases.: We poaseu voluh^ea of proof of this fact, enoi^^h to qonvTP/se the trjost. skeptical. Whj� don't yftn -tlrv it ? eE TWE'ISDIE and RILEY DID NOT "MAkE ON THEIR I ' NASTY INSINUATIONS Bdmonton,  Alta., M�(reh 12;~ The. promUed acandala by Harold RlleV,-Qlelchen,-artd T. M. Tweed-' le, junior (member fop OalBSpyj aii-  eolutely refuse to emepso. Tne twin inve�tiaat6re;havc rarisacked the public, aocounta for 1911, and ; have not been able to diaeover ..anythlnfl Irreflular, and for the ')a*t few days th^ Itie'etjnga of the Publ(e'"AoBOunts � committee have ^ ' laaae'd"for want of material *e Investigate. The InvettlQators thetnselyes have 'shown surprls-IfiB'y' llttie Intereeta In the:r�-'i cent meetings of the committee, and no-on6 would hqve been bet' v'ter pleased thgn they If the much- V desired inveetlgatfbn hadi been'>bavp determined to olve. V Mwli*%.R)ley.',and Twoedle all . MSl^.tiljpXasi^fSl.for and m,ore, ^t)d'  .O^ilon-vfieijyi' continued 'till the clo'^etofvtbe jspsSlon^ ,.80 far as : the'^aovernment Is eoncorned,there Is absolutely nothing j,to |ildei and >> the-aoyeMimeaiJe giving'every . ;as�sltenoe5to>;the. rne(alry by havr, ^^�|na "govSfftmeM'^soi^^^ lie do^rilietifniSlro|^^ the lijqulry,* "'*^iiia^Cora'''h-ave now asked J aiid^,>Jiloh' -Sfo'. 1idt,.yet prlrited. rf*ife|j ^j,^t1^?,12,^a�oouKt8 also' to /the commit&^f=2?A^ ' IIBE INOIPENT SHOWING SOME OF TJ^E POWER CONFERRED ON GIRAtN COJVtMl&SION That a(IanflB�r Htgga, ot the Cavd-Ston fining Co., be distnlssea, or In It^u thereof, th� Board d� Grab Com-; talssripners will ;datioel the � elevator, license of ithla ten; was the dilotum banded doy^n to Presldeht B. Harkar and Dlrfeotor Wood, of the company, soma time ago: - ' , This morning, on a summons from the Board, they appeared'before the Commission, and stated that they had dismissed the man In question; ; The dlsmlsaali of Manager Hlggs Is, the outcome of a long standing quarrel between the Cardfiton farmers and the milling company. It apiiears that the elevator roluaed to'deliver to the farmers wheat stored In -the mills which the farmers desired  to con-sign to other companies. . lii one case In point, the company refused to deliver a carload of wheat sold to John Billings & Co.; the BWiiiBJf.' friie result .was itiidt the; farmer complained to the'commisslcn. Inspectcfr Gordon-was'sent out 00 the case, and- ordered that the ;wheat be given to the rarmer for shipment, and that all demurrage charges and damages of one cent per bui3hel per day while the grain - was- unlawfully held were also aiwarded. The inspector also found other, cases Where the farmers had been treated unfairly. ^ Hlgigs was the man on w^Offli the. reBponSlMlliy rested. > 'A f�w days ago the oommsslon sent word to President Harker and the dlr rectors, to come to Lethbrldg^ and appear before the commission. They did so, "but stated that tAey had dls-ml�Sfta the nianager, who was now only bookkeeper. , 1. The case was, therefore, not; opened iMJday, but Ghaimmn MaglU stated th%t HIgga wodld.hapi;to,.bej.aigmi83 company., .\'1V'^f^'^ v'' f^oiolhei? |frlejahcfes|jiwfe.f^ .jflyed;\.no specitio oompl^lfffii of.^.S^^tfbrfaga brilng^ eubmItt;fed.?:S^'' thl:^^ >' ,\ WEU-KN&WNJ.MN..;vq - J^opdbif'MaAS'lf-^ev. John Met^ - calf.Day^^portV'^J^^iS, dftat. 'Clement'^, Boutnebiputh,.-'Wbo>-;tod on Monday at.Tor^aiu^j^-^' �' " tbday at Hour The af�kdi-'' known fi^ several ch many y#ars was-'^totio.tlmB''': ,*�b,uH^4; if^was .a /viMh ..,)>a.vIng:h59W: .'-dujjie his Dominion. ,He r''9t T6|ipnto; ' ITf CAN'T SPEAK'VpUT CON- or Of the head, gained entrance through the neck-to the�'temple"that runs: the Wlible length of the gigantic! fbody measurmg 120,: feet. ';In the' temple is a pyramid forming .the tomb .of' Mcn-es I, King of Egypt. It is supposed to 'contain his. mlnrnnjfled'hody-''Sloping patisages from the temple ,iead to other chambers yet unexplored and also, it is .believed, to a subterranean .... ....--.----��,..,... PECULIAR AND PERT4NENT V New Guinea, with-323,000 square miles,,is the largels't.Bt iteisisnds. AjiherlcaU ,-Rf "paper "sSIIa -ffl'-great Quantities ,in Vladl^st^k, ^gibprij^. . The mean  annual. teniperature ot the world-is B^.-degrees'Fahrenheit. - PROVINCIAL CONPIiNED TREASURER TO,ROOM ' ?)dfa�bpto�, Alta,, March li. . ?, -Hon. ('Malcolm- -MoKeuzle, ? provincial treHsiirei:, .'"�is "lUj ? aiid will hot be a^lfr to' g^t out ;| pa.per, jiouldj be disposed of, ^ he would bring down.' t^e-estl- f wouj^tmalce.some remarks up- ? '��'�'.��'.,-,�'�'... � *''--'.r'V'v"-';'.'"-' ��V'"\',.V'jat: Men aiiil Women tiuroil ot th^ 1 m i,T?elng,a. i^are, com-, fou . �?S.�e.? ,a^n4_r|.8foreB^iierJres.and ^^^^ PRE$IDENT W:iLS^^AND FAMILY AND WlLLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Lethbridge a Logical Point (Gontlnued from front page) |ng of gram, Chairman MagiU .intimated that the government was. now considering legislation which would place weighmen and Inspectors at such points as Lethbridge throughout the West. "Does that mean that Lethbridge will becom-e an inspection point?."' asked Mr, Jehff. "I believe so," answered Mr. Ma-glll. "I must congratulato the board on the work it has done," said Mr. .lol-ili. ^'You are solving our difficulties." Mr. E. N. yartaer , E, -N". Barker, o� Cardston, preSi-dnnt of the Associate Boards bt trode, said he wais heartily in sympathy With the mtornal elevator policy. It was bound to help the mixed farmers. Southern Alberta- is the furthest away point from the Livet;-pool market. . The diRerence An freight, one or two cents per bushel, is often the ditterenco between, profit and'lo.ysm shipping. Am. internal ele? vat'Or'Wbuia''solve thisjdifriciiltx building up the milling industry. .He thought the policy would-be a decided help. , John Taylor, thought itwould.solve the transportation dlilicuitics. .He^ cited a case in which , a car loaded with wheat at Grassy Lake had been-under load- in and out of Lethbridge six times m twelve days. Such ./.o6^ currences .would be common in. case an internal elevator were established here. - ' ' ' ' A. Losing Price Mr. Jelilf: produced papers showing that ml5U' he had shipped graiinjtS jWinhiiiieg, which graded No. .6;,.-^He did not liear,. what' grade' thewheat was for several weeks, the meantime had shippedHvemote c,ars: The average price for the sik cars was 38 > cents 1 per � bushel.. 'If; that wheal! had been .inspected hereiViOri' bad; 1;here. been an;. i^internal ,\elf^Y?!tarf here where. it 'might have � :^een -graded, 'he would have kept'the last five cars, bought s.took,aijd, fed, it,, jvhon^ tile grain would .have,, brought'.Mm' 70 or 80 cents per bushel., 'f'^ G. rW. Green showed how iti would aflcot ...the. �: milling', industry. .;T^e Shanghai: and ar^ inoreasing.;.byleaps,;and bounds.; It-.4S no!unusual-thing now tO' reCBlve;.!:an| order for 30,000 or::iiOjOOO'saolts.^i.ot flqilaiii'~ : t|ty!; of No. 3 � or: No/' 4wheair.wededl :to jmakc^; the flour for the ''Orient,"m�ir4-; ket. Such classes of "nrheat'are'in demand lor making export"flour'fqir the .^ast, .The consequeh'ces.iare- that'the �Qwgpii'an^ corraling a market belongmg to, the: 'Alberta millers, ' ^ The motion endorsing' the, internal'' elevator policy^ was pBSSsd.Vftod' th]B-.Board was promised that- air'data bearing on .Lethbridge's'claiitis.-.'.for one oJ the elevators would� be-submlti' tea to them m Eflmonton '' ^- Ot Interest to Millets ""f ' The Dbminion gbveriinJent^.Ji'SS'spes* ;:oiaily;:;aiuthorized;v,thosiBtfatd-Jot'-Q*a,iif Comrailssloners to cohduot .a\!thortfd^ invegtigaiioti.i.intoktJife.S^poHdttibtifeii'^ot^ the milling.:industry,,7(atfi -a .^iBW-^-nio. determine whether "it |s^ a*4visabl6 q^r iJractipabJe to 'give any'"iurjkheif*'-V'as-.sisian'oo toward- tbs-'ii^vell'JipVrii^ ohiy^^ 'filling Industry �Iii" CahS'da?'''Th9; iS-' fefru'otibjif ffqiij, the^go^efnltieii? ifeaob-e>'the board b,i a datb ^sutisewdniivtd tlljB � jri4tlhg- ^Qf the '-^r^pafif^ltmjiary^ At*0 MflVM JCNNINOSBKy/�N THE. CAPITOL At presented, they-should take every opportunity ot placing samp before the boar^ at spme convenient place, mentioned pn the itinerary. After the session this niornmg the hoard met with G. W. Green ot the Ellison Milling: Co., and John Taylor of the Taylor Milling.Co., to discuss matters! affecting th^ niiUmg industry in Southern VAlberta, . Sample Markets for Grain (Continued ~from^ front page). Oiiijthe.Bacific coast that is mainly a sample market landj,there are. very few grades and a,riefLr^r unlto,rm price Prices quoted Febr'u^ry 27th' at Portland, Club 8Bc, Bluestem 9!ic and otlier varieties-g^'^o 8T_c. . ^ Farmere shippingi^eavfl, s'amplft' mar.| 'ket iiave the advaiiitaige'of .getting a number of bids and acgiepting the best, and are sure to win from 1 to 3 cents; j^a all liAft S4fl[i]^le^^ on; .a grade market usuftlly^. one^ man fixes the grade and th&i.traile fixes a uni-^ form,price for that;grdde-and usually a buyer never bothers to, look at  the -�ssrheat.j If. an inspector, happens to .give, the.wheat, a :badAaame| ' A Benefit to the Millep . V:JJs,u^l,ly the smail'jr^ll.erv^s ..expected to buy wheat on..'a>.:aample:aiid' as amatter of fact mostiof .the pmall'millers doibuy.on, sam'ple?ag.d;.if he buys more than he can mUl.fhe/lavexpacted to. sell on a , grade .ii|g(rk6i' In my own case I have been plncheaso many tlmestand .so often that-'we only buy 'for,-fbWibwn use a^idl'lpt the dth'erj mail", buy tor shipment, itp'.Winnipeg. ""W^e f^d that if we lose, a grade on line �rt^mples..there is 'no;i!proat:^..;And we ihave shipped good �)rd'lnary milliiig grades that [email protected]!i milled a: profit - tliat:, h?is' *ui,v-a loss .� on the grade market of^ 10 cents a bushel, fj Sample markets ahd'millers go hand in hand. At MinneabollB .and on t^ie Pacific coast they/;h|,^e.wm^ny .'large .miiJJs.. ,v T^^ ,pl6' markets � and: frommy'.c�jvn- ob^err: vations they get. apd - pay the top ,P,r,loeB.. ^ . . , - i ....., , . Our milling capacity In' Alberta is increasing very fast ajgd naturally our mills ^must look to some for^i^ i for. sale of 'their -lirpaucit or- shut down their mllls.^> The Oriental trade affords us a newobaoJipl lor our surr plus- and they can us"6 all" we haw to, offer; The: GhlneBeare faptJeariiing to etit flour Albert^ mlllp 4iave been shipping to tha^Orlpnt tor tlie'last 10 years. The trade'has developed wonderfully and tod(^y present mills cannot begin to supply the demand and is has been; sai4'^:thatv.:whei; the trade. Is luUV developed, .that:.'the entire wheat fields .of western Canada canpot begin to supply the trade. "iPrices seem -to be .the greatest fac- Indian Roiot Pills ' 'otftcily meet the nye4';inj^rket8 ' for Europe. Certainly the grade prices would draw closer tog^tli^riapd ^fpr the marked :.advantage forjffie'farmer and mllB er, a^'well. ' .'/QpyCTnment would be npce^SarjCt in- orderv-to get free and im-parU|ilj',sample. Intenjialj^elevators would be jieces-sairy, in drdfcr-tb -steady the amount dumped, on the market at one time, and should Lethbridge be selected asi a Bite ofr government-owned internal elevator, :'Lethbridge would be only too^ pleased: .to. tender the governraent a free site and power at ?12 to ?10 and other privileges. Sample Market Endorsed There was.some discussion of the siinporttfijlit ,.pointBi|_;. .piialrfflap;' Maglll stated th^tv the .ytV^anspprtatlpn,:-; companies .opposed the establishment':of these markets, as ,,they,.; �would lead to congestion in the �Wlni nipep yards. ^However,, the Board.of Railway. Coininlsslonera were satis-fled: that it vwbuld present iioinaur-. mountable difiloultles .; To:date no.-arrangements liave been inade.' to � have. the. samplev; markets jSlaoed anywhere but atiFort William' and- Winnipeg, but samplers:would-be scattered., throughout the - west-.They WOiild take samples, send the Board of Grain Commissioners one and the other to the Grain .Exchange. ; Dispute as to-gradescoul,d be settled,.'by the grain:"inspection boar^i 'The:government-Is also preparfed to bu'l|d ,a,laboratory where � the wheat' could- be tested for baking :quallties,'.:and;farm-ej^s would be nptlfied of the results it they so wish At the concluslot) of the dls9Ussion it was' mqyed by ,"W. C. lyes arid 890-onded by W. H. Passey. that, "WSiere-as the creation- of Sa'm'piesmarke.ts'jdo not dntertere with the grading.' nor the selling ot grades on: grainy but gives the (farmer,.anbther outlet: for their produce, therpfore, this paeeting: endorses the sample mai:ket policy as advocated by the Board of Grain cbrii-''mls;5ioners,'.',�, 'The motion carried unanimously, Seven Members Opposition had Individual Policies (Continued from front page). PRAYING OF ALL KINDS Western Transfei* Co., Ltd. Office-C.P.R. Freight Shedi -PHONE8-1 Office: 1163 and 482 Stable-1064 New Barnes Coal Mine -�- � LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 1475 c. a o. POtt'en eggs and bed ^ - P^^pEp.jfOR' 'suffragettes ^^�'Lpnipvi, .kairohjlS.r-Two siitfragfi^te meetings ,tqAlgfet,>Jie at E;^epb?jage, Kent, aid the'other fit Radleton; iHRe-tordeWrt; w6re,broM.iip tiy-.?!l?P�>�, ent6\o1f tl?e'^ttTis&J 'M' Eto^jbrldge ^1^ Ottawa. Thft proposed schools were to be practical schools, where, the hoy from the farm could lea�rn what would be ol direct use to hitrt , and whicli he could apply alter spending only a few months at school; � T.Jlis plan had been approved by Dr.Jaipes and Prof. Carlisle and others who had been engaged in agricultiital ediJ-cational work f^r a quartei: ot a wi-tury. He believed that- aferioultural education which would be necessarily less practical avoUIU be taught in,;ihd, high and public schools of the prov-~ incc, but these schools would'contain a blacksmith shop and a carpenter, shop; and hoys would actually enter into work on the farm. "The. opposition have not attempted to show," said Hon. Charles Stewart, ^'that the demonstration farms are not geographically'placed 'm the best positions. 'These scho'ols have been placed, on -: demonstration farms because,it is intended toshow farmers';'boys how . to apply knowl4 edge immediately he goes back to thfe farm-. 'I'ho schools are not ijitsnded to turn out protessors-and.costly' ex-: perimehts are hot the wbik tliat'' the ordinary farmer wants his boy to learn." .........,. Mr., Bramiey Moore allowed,, hts amendment' to: drop in view;, of .^he, ( fact that the three schools had been commenced. -^^ir.: : firi,. Michener, who :: withdrew:' "his: ap^^ii^ipiBni, sUted that he.' would vote'for Mr. Tweedie's amendmentjb^ .the ��understariding that no ..-other' schools would be commenced with(pui consent of the legislature. . ' The Divisions . Hon:.',i:!uncan Marshall said that:no schtJols: would be-started -Avithout-the legislature being asked to vote money': for-.that. special purpose. . :; .'The ,iioiise dlvi at even.iiig Si1>-tlng on Mr. TweeJle's amendment which was lost, W. F. Pufler, l\a-; combe, voting with, members of the opposition. ' , The amendment Mr. Rtlby "-was then mqved a^d the'House defeated'.It without dmsibn.__ ^ ^ .; Aijother'idivisjon;; ^STO^ � Qft: the.^ffiexi' clAUse of the bill, giving ^the lieut|ni,-: ,,:^ptrgoyernoriPo-wer: .to, appointiw.stbe vteaohingi-ptai!'.:for :eaohp][)jioolV;and to' fix salaries ol -the i^^enjliers of' "the-staff. Jphn Keinn:\is,(.pinohpr Oreeli, moved that tfie clause be'strfidlc'out.' He said the position of the b'pard'oE Agricultural eduoatjop;-iWasivpiu%^ duced unless they were to' appoint the:- ; Mr.''Tweedle movedVjAother imro^^^ ment that in place of the. lieutenSiiiy ;o-v'ern6i:-iii.cduncil,. . tjie . ,pro.v;iici'ai: loard of agricultural education bhpuld �appoint -the staffSK-Bothi-thVse'itti^ :monte:;..>r^reyiIosfrra}fd?^li^is6IaiJs^i^Ji through $s drplted-., Brainley-Mobie voted' toi;"]M:r.' 'fwf'p'd|iS*8''aSpd^ the next'clause givinjf ths m&i�jti�' of agriculture charge ,ot, the copddfet and management 'oi:.,the-;scfa0olB^:.'.'ia^'d prbpetty was; also agre?'d-'ta. . , ,:.The, The penalty for disobeying the or-, ders of the inspector is $!50- for every, day upon which such default occdrs. The act provides that unsafe temppr-ary p.p^aratus must not. he used>5"ln,: er'efitioh j\ arteratioiis or : deteotiMons >: ot a building and that all such j con-' trivances'shall kfford reasona.'i)|e!iBafe^,-ty from accident to persons em{i|uspepded from overhcadvare required to be ho^ less thap twd^aiid ' a half ^ feet Wide, and flbors �ofJJ.^yaUv standing aoaf^dldinps,; at: least 'iiSoii^^ feet yide,'~ .Swun^ so4aolding Ej^rj^^^iiB � secured 5o,"'aB.:;!-tQ preve^tiisw^jr^jp,.;; lumber shall'no't be, hoisted'-i'n.B^tigle ? sling and-hoist :6peiilng8',-'i?n.u�?'/^^^^^^ guarded. , Tiiis bill; .deflp6siifi3(?afrt}lM;i9^5^i!fd .t^!5^p^rafjpijflop.rlngj:do'snot,5''applfEf?^!:i9^ ''esc'dayEt'tii&nBlK^s � tptf 'to depth--ndry to'-" any-Arm -butfdiiii^.?"Oj: exceyatl(?n, nor tp work being-dope ^ upon a btiiiding or excavation-^y, the'': owner.or occupant, and it is pr6vl3fd s the,>;act:shall::ip.s8yi>yi-^ way decrease the liability ot emptoy-ees und6r :'. ''The 'Workmeii^B:;Goippsivft-ii^g^ sation ici." -^'- '��'���-��^�'---�����vg In tl^iB age of t^sfit^tipn for, pujce,-clean foods, it is refi^eshlng: t'o,Ja)p*' ^ fibat-"Salaaa'' Tea Js BOlito.theVpu,-lie M; all its iaaijlve. fr'ahidew-fflii|^af-"'| A. Mter Thirty Year'.' lf?perlinKlt Wom^n, 9r Children tha$ m �lM| Iff, f ldO( 7 ;