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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May G. 1913 THE LETDBHIDCE DAILY HERALD LOCAL PRICES Grains and Provliljins paid No 1. Northern No. 2. Northern No. 3 Xorttoru No. 4. Northern 6. Jxortbcm No. 1. Kcd No. 3 Red No. 3. Htd No. 4. Hed No. 1 Timothy, per ion No. 1. Blue Joint. [ier ton Alfalfa, No. 2, per Urn mlrte !trn No 1 Uats Ilollrd Oats Lite Stocl- 71 67 C3 I1C S 0.00 11.00 I9.M 2101) 2; 00 23.00 >K'vtijn, live Mutton, dressed Klctrs, lire, Stteu, dressed Cms, me dteSBfJ 1'roilucc prices to California louialucs, per crate IKT doien Grtcn per dozen benches per crate Cartels Turnips UP II) DIE Cured Kidneys and Bladder WiLUAUsrowx, OST., JULY 37th. 1910 "I h-iie much pleasure in testifying to the atuio3i iiitrvellous benefit I Imc dexivcd from a Kfctong suiferer from Chronic the only nieilirir.c I Thil uinlicice cuieJ tie when everything else failtd. Also, hit sprir.jf, I n severe of BliJucr Trouble coup'.tJ v.Sth Kidney Truub'.t, apJ Fruil-Mhts'' cured Ihcse complaints for we. nfcrn the given cic up, I onttioiv eighty Tears of age Erd I cau iccorsustiul "l-'tuil-a- livti" for Chionic CoiiiSipatkm red Bladder end Kidney Troubles" JAMBS is the only medicine in (lie made of (mil the Beaten kidney, bladder and liver iueJIciL Cash Prices 021 12J SSI IdJ 1 ISJ Winter No. 1 No. 2 Nn.-3 ...................l.v... 1 2 C. W. .1............. No. 3 C. Kv. Xo. 1 Feed Ni, 1 'Feed Xo. J Feed Xo J No. I Klav- No 1 C........ 33! 1.11; 1.17} scj 13J 78 H 62 901 BiJ S4J .in 30j Winnipeg, JSay dog show opened todny, Tii'h a lift of etlries, which include some ol tbe ir.osl noted prize Dinners in Western Canada, Armstrong, yot uway to a gocd Rtart, and many doga havo already found their stand- ing in many of breeds, probaWy e notalilp being in the poin vrhieh was woa by V. Koljot riDce Casb. There are many dogs from outside, ints pntorrd, incliiiltng Portage la Vairio, firanrion, Cjulll Lake, York- on, Moose Jav, bridge, and 'tber places, but in today's ji'dging every tiling to the Winnipeg dogs. There Is a great display ot cups of- 'ered to the winners, and Uiere pro- IK some keen competitions. May George U- Perley iMroduceJ a in Tbe House jirovLdicg for an amend- nifnt to the Grain Act. Ihe cew ies- olullou lakes the [ilaco of one that as put through the Jlouhc tho otbor bJt TihEi'j fo-md lo tcquirc rne vtry tliijbt -Mr. Kiio-.iks, o! Jaw, argued iat this was time for Ditnt tg tako pouc-r 10 iist'Ii to hmo full for placed at Moose Jaiv, or otlier This could not IIP the mcni's v.cro frip, and vililie he did not .irguo for a full al polios >et he the crnmc-ut should lo Usell tli poorer of inch At preifcut lijtro LTC- only where a full ia found, Cai- sory and and ho "would .-is IIP bad pressed last jear tbat this liv txtcniled. JJr. FerVy the (jueplion of ir.- erlor lenniuil JIOTE had Locri under consuIcraUou for soii'.e lime, be hoped to l-e able 10 niahe an junouncemcnt before William Martin, of said that 1 the sovermnuit intends to estab- Ish Intor-storaee ele'.aiore at ioSnts like and .Mooac Jaw, definite lirorisiorf should be tn the bill lie taid, were ne- cespary in order to tbe people tlie lull benefits of the Grain Act. In regard io the proi-csal to tbe GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET (ilnsgow, Ma> Hatch el or, cattle importers, roiKfft supplies and a slower experienced, at tbe followlni tiuotations: 11 Vi to cents; bulls, 12'i to SCOTCH WHSSK1 Qualityandpurity combine to make 1 Black and White Scotch "Whisky the standard of excellence. D. O. ROBLIN, Toronto CiatcLu Aitot 2 ftcs, Mr. Martin said lhat ;t to be remembered lhat The in creased burden would fall on the grain trade and the producer. Another Frail Promise After dlscuEEloti of DTI, Mr. Martin lhat the goreru ment :ry out its promises In' regard to government ov-nership of Urmhial eluvators. Speaking nt Us- glna last summer. Hon. Robert Rogers elated Unit tt.e government elevator nt Fort Ytould bo completed in time to handle the 1912 crop. The other day, replying 10 a question, ilie acting minister of trade and com- merce (Mr. Perley) had Elated that (his alor was under construction, acd thit Hie noverumtnl had not con- .iidered the frjcstlon ol terminal elevators. ?u view of these circumstances, the western supporters of the government were not satisfied with the progress Yfhlch-had been wade. Mr. Martin then snid that he desired to refer I" the report that J. P. Jones had appointed a o! the Grain] Commission to take the ntnce of Mr. F. Glbbs. If this were so, he (te'ired tc c-tcr a strong protest ibecause in J910, the Empire Elector ot which Mr, Jones was manager, had been Indicted and fined on six distinct charges of mixing grain. Jlotv could the government expect the people lo hive confidence in the Grain Commission if an appointment ol this kind was made? Mr. Perley said that the question had been placed on the order paper In regard lo MT. Jones, which had not been trousht ner, It was fair for lLo for Ut-gina to Irave Ibe character of Mr. ,'t'U-s, Lad not beta forward} In connection vita lif- agaltat the Empire Klt-v.i'or Ccm- J'lsy. Mr. KDOP.ICS rose to [he re- ported aptoinliaent of Mr. when Mr. Perlej rose to state ihii an opporlunlly would In. sSier. ihe ou- posUloa IO'BO into tht- ma tier later on. Ir.rjuired Jlon rrari Oli- ver. jou Mr. Bar- don Mr. Kcowles persisted Ln to the but b> Mr. H. IknoeU, "nho -.n ih> nod who It would Ic Letter to dllscuss this inatttr ftl.ta the Mil it- self Tias taken up. Mr. Oliver the that the appointment of Mr. Jo MB could be oporly ilipcussed or. tNe resolution Premier IJorden faM tl-at pos Me opportunity vio.ilii be gh'en the opposition to diecu's an Information relalir.g to il was brought down. Ho salj the appoint- ment had nothing to do "iuh the lill. McCraney, td hope lhat on the socond read- Ing of the bill, Mr. 1'erlty te alile to give a complex stateaeni as lo tbe policy in regart! to lue terminal eleiatcro. Not Ready Mr. Perley was unab'.e to say ther or rot he would te in a to do so al that time. Mr. Knonles, Janr, quoted Premier Dorden, as having said In a fipeecb at Portage la Prairie, in 1911 "1 have arrii ed at the conclusion lhat the result can cnly be attained by state-controlled oj.eraUoa tfio termitiai elevators. We jir ing at Battleford Uiat the policy o Etate-owned elevators uould be car ried out, "cr one man go out o public life in Canada." Mr. Knoiries ciiwrgcd that the go erumenl lud nov been in io twenty-tsro months, aJid done ab Eolutely coining towards tb terminal elevators. THRE: Fortune Comes to Those WhoWait But don't wail anv cliPiiCT to got in 5itses ping n car of hotsrs which iiudtcy and IVntson from Stirling, chased from tl.c Sugar Co. and Mr. Messrs. Joseph and Albert, Drandlcr, HAJ- Knight and Miss Ehpc Clfitfc Mrs. D'Arct] Friday the of Uiamonil City; Mrssrb. MordaLd jciety meet in conicrt-nrc, an PX- ar.d Grady, of Xew Dayton cellcn. program hcen arranseJ, al the authorities from be here to give lf ;co O ring, as Sone to Contls'y here lie will work ,Va-" on tii3 toaas ttie arc- tnlircly different from others fcoih in their composi- tion arid ihslr evacualfa.T p-cflng or discomfort. al your druggist's. NATIONAL CHUG AMI CHEW CH.CO- TAKE EVIDENCE ON MONDAY New York, May of te-1- Imony.for the in tbe govern- nient'B suit againal the United SUUs corporation will begin here Monday, May 12. Among tlie first witnesses called for Iho cor- poration, it was announced today, will :ibert H. Cray, chairman of (tie The. irowns of the hoslp-ssrs bon. Miss Majrflott Caticr in sues-1 Sail I.aVe ivil ir.c silk irimmrd J ly instructions in regard to the Hivfrs' roail Bang, also that, tl.c roa.l of the 1'eacc J. U. Allreil or.d T. J. O'lirun lirarrt Ihc case ol llic toiin .Veal llros fcr telling BAPTIZED BY CANUCK GIRL 6._Tiu boat 11 I iTjnchcd liere toilny. Miss Leslie! Jwn Meakln, of Monl- real, Canad.t. cLTlstcncd tht s.jlnnar- Btamlon, Man., May on Jiay a license of ?tn tor the first his %ay to pay nis usual morning Ill0ntli, or S2D for the jtar, tbe visit to Uramlon (icneial uospilal, jcruiants plrailcd not pu.lfy, Mr. Chas niufcbran, president ot cs UCTC called hy the iovn and iliG hospital, met with a sor.ous ac- phoftftl that (h- defend mis liad fe n cldrnL this morning. He was driv- SuilCit (or ordirs, Ami vure l-i'nd ir.g across the C. N. R. Iraclis on gtuHj and fined Inc tic- aUMii.5 hC'hotsc Ijolted, fondants notice of fin appeal, throwing him ol the rig. He fall, .Ttiry arc Roint; to make a test Cise striking his heart on Ihc roadway. ;0t this, winch will trov-rn them In He was picked up nnd medical at- _ their husir.ess for the whole prov- tendance was quickly summoned. Ik Tfce rcnsr-n the court met at was later laVpn to his home, wlicrc sufh a late hour Kas because Mr. hr (s at present in a critical Charlte Ncal was gr.-.nted tl-c pilvl- coridilion. Doctors state they cannot icge of goinv; to on the tcH the extent ol bis injuries, except, morning ttafu, and rliil not ?ct back without .1 license contrary lne nnrt ouallftta for In Xo. 96, Sronsors Chib composed of >oung women wlio hale ciirlstencd war VCE- that his heart is cut badly bruised. Mr. M'hitehead is abo'.jt 75 years ot age and is of Ihp oldest atd Uat known of Brandon. until late in the evening F. Gold, secretary ot Home-Made Respectabl'.Ly never UUIng tbelr lefl lifimla know what ngtit hands arc Ac- Ine some ircn fool themselves into I't'liPsinK Hi-it they nrc Post. ol the Alberta and Mor- al Kclorm League, gave n tcry in- [uclnc Ircture on "Ttti N'ights in to a l.irge and appre- ciative audience in tKc secotLiI uatd fiouse Sunday i.ieht. The lo- cal uitli J. 0. .Hired, H. "A. Tootnhs, vlre-prfjnleiil llr, .1. S Uraj, rctarj-treasurer, and an executive OF CANADA. -IfQ OTC flflft vl ttf i-iii ftcf.'l Tol.l Assets (Our) A Network q! Branches Throughou! Hie Wesl In the three Prairie Pro- vinces there over JOS Branches of the Union Bank of J the Head Office is uow in Winnipeg. This mcaos an exceptional banking service for the Western businessmen, farmers, ranchers, grain buyois, miners and cveryoue else who earns and handles money. If yon live far from town, bant with us by Mail. It is convenient nnd very satisfactory. LETHBRIDOE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING. Manager A. 8. KINO, Ada Managtr ;