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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 13.1911. THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HEKALD i ECONOMICAL PLUMBING For small or medium sized bath rooms the recess or "built-in" bath tubs are great savers of space. These fixtures are made for tiling into a recess in the wall or into a corner of, the bathroom. Economy of space alone makes this style of fixture highly desirable. The fact that the base is entirely closed in prevents accumulation of dust and moisture under the tub. the fixture bears the label you may be sure that the design and finish are the best obtainable. Isn't it. time you were installing new plumbing? METALS; LIMITED AND WHAT FARMERS OF THIS DISTRICT AY AND (Grain Growers' Guide.) Favors Reciprocity By the unanimous vote of seventy members Kiimondale Union N-O. 249 has placed itself on record as being in favor of the reciprocity agreement, for the complete abolition of the duty on farm implements, and for increas- ing the British preference to fifty per cent, of the general tariff. A coyy of this resolution was mailed to C. A. Magrath, our iocal member, with the' j-request that be would give .us a reply io iae Jtnd if. was albo in ito Sir Wilfrid Laurier. T. O. COX, Sec'y. Kinnondale, Alta. mst Saying! Progressing Favorably I ara very pleased to be able to re- port that Robert Kerr Union No. 101 is progressing very favorably at pres lent. At the last regular meeting the secretary received instructions to i write the local member, J. Herron, asking him to support the reciprocity agreement, also to send a wire to the illon. W. S. Fielding, stating that the .'union endorsed the agreement. The members expressed themselves as pleased with the motion passed at the annual -convention, that the U. F. A. j should treat with the labor organiza- tions, it was decided that the presi- dent should 'prepare a paper on gen- eral farming for presentation at the next meeting, also that a committee should be appointed to arrange for a social meeting to be held some time during the month of May. D. JAMES, Secy% Pincher Creek, Alta. After Telephone Line The members of Chin Union solved the wheat question in their district at the last regular meeting by purchas- ing two carloads of seed from a local miller. Our worthy president brought up the question of committees, which was discussed and resulted in the ap- pointment of a buying and selling, al- so telephone committee. Mr .Thorn j presented a petition, which he had re- ceived from the Turin Union, asking for a telephone through that district. JA11 present who were interested, sign-' ,ed their names, and if the petition is [accepted -by the government it will re-' 'suit in a couple of unions being joined together on the line. The reciprocity Completely Cured Me. LAKELET, ilp.? 1910. 'It is firm belief that every woman "Fruit-a-tivcs" if she wants to keep herself in good health. Before taking I was constantly troubled with what is com- mor.lv, .'known as "Nerves" or severe Nervousness. This" extreme Nervous- ness brought on the most violent attacks of Sick which I was constantly taking Doctor's Consjtipation 'was jalr.o a source, of great trouble for which the Doctors said "I would have to' take medicine all my ''Fruit-a-tives1' has banished Wlietilstarted-takibg I tool: four at a time, but have reduced ucse. so that it is only ly-cessaiy for sue to take in a week, and that I take -pleasure in forwarding you the fees due, along; with the organiser's report, which I hope -will suffice toj procure for our little union 'all due recognition from headquarters. While a.t present our membership is small we] have every reason to bAiieve it will'be! at least, in the noar future, HARRY L. MILKS, Seo'y. Taber, Alta. Flainfield Union is in favor of com- pulsory hail insurance, but would like to see compulsory plan go a step! farther and include insurance to'coverI loss-from snow also. We purchased a' car of oats from Saskatchewan, a short! time ago, and are not satisfied, with! the freight rates, so are getting the office to investigate same, F. T. Sec'y. oaa.'-.'-'Prait-a-tives" keeps me well cvcrv week It 'is.Sroaderfnl how quickly 'get. better '-when takiug "Fruit-a-tives''. These famous fruit tablet? relieve head- aches and tone ap the whole nervous system. 'regulate .the bowels. stomach, stimulate -'the appetite, and. take away that .pain in the Pale, -weak, nervous women F'tirHla in in o li i I tion, and during: the past two months I j our membership has grown from 4S to 77. We have succeeded in making up carload lot orders, and find that'we have effected, a -big saving. At the pre sent time we'have ou the road coming to our order a carload of potatoes and six thousand fence posts, while possi- bly a half car of wire will be ordered Goon. Our. meetings are held every two -weeks and. sometimes weekly, and besides taking up the question cf co- operative we arc also -con- sidering; several local matters. We have not accomplished much yet, hui are not despairing. Before long we will be able to. cast''ballots and they will be ciist effectively, along demo- cratic lines, and for men who shall be responsive to.the wish of their ccn- jstituents. We hope for a better day, and are working.for it. W. S. HENRY, Sec'y. Bow. Island, Alta. Wear a Carnation for Mother's Sake To honor the best njother who ever your own. That is the purpose of Mothers' Day. Sunday, May 14th A white flower for mother's memory; A brlgM flower for mother's living, We are prepared with a large assortment of flowers appropriate for Mothers' Day, offered .u6 pri085. O ____ For Sale at H. A. McKILLOP C0.? Agents. should.; use Fruit-a-tives 6 for trial size, 250. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Jfru'it-a-tives'Liinlted, Ottawa. Continued Activity Necessary Tlie following. resolutions were ad- opted and forwarded to Ottawa a few days ago by "Pincher: Station. Union, in response to the injunctions by The for continued activity by fchej locals, and to assure the premier that} view the reciprocity agreement on-' ly as a breaking loose from the frozen j ?rip of the monopolists, and that we; for a complete reform-j produce, and also in procuring food coal and many other commod- ities-at lower rates'. As the vice-presi- JVIr, Pellitier, and the secretary- ma-ii3.ger, Mr. G. E. Ambrose, were pre sent, they could go more into detail imean and.-'.give -particulars to any one of "Hesolved, that -where- wished further information." He foundias the implement factories .of Canada it impossible to do the work of a ctis- are now'old enough to thrive without infiss man, importing and "waereas.the proposed re-' produce-by the carload or in smaller Iductioli of duties on farm implements j lots, and he hoped the members would'15 small to be effective, the gov-j become interested enough in the is urged to increase consid-i pany to take sufficient shares to tae reduction in duties on able it to open a branch in Cowley this fall. Mr, PeUittier, of Pincher Creek, .vice-president, said., in part rbat implements, which are as raw material; to the farmer, and to increase the Brit-! ish preference .to fifty per cent, on all agreement was brought before the he found that almost every imported." that; members and received the unanimous eiidorsation of all present. We think, however, that the agreement should include farming machinery, as the re: ductions granted will not' !be of much" er of the company had received a free market in toe TJ. S .A.! ly and indirectly much more than they ifor Canadian "farm products is liable j had paid in, in' cash 'saved, in betterjto make Canadian fanners subservient! prices obtained for their produce, the U. S. trust companies, in collu-j iiSthe4ower rate paid for the with Canadian monopolists, the' VICTORIA MANSIONS THE FIKJES-T benefit MATHOAS J. BOH'MER, Sec'y. Chin, Alta. A BIG THEATRE FOR EDMONTON Kdmpnton, in Ed- Snoriton of "a iiheatre, costing will be undertaken by Lo'Ugheed, 6'f'Calgary. Sherman and John Maitre, aged 22, while intoxi- cated, tried to enter the horns of Wm. Angus, Sandwich East, early yester- day, and, got a charge of buckshot in his' leg. CORRIGAN ACQUITTED Naaton, May charge of manslaughter against William- Corri- zan 'for the fatal shooting; of Giovanni What Hay Growers Are Doing A regular meeting of Cowley Union was held on Saturday, March 25, thirty members being present. The president, Mr. .Buchanan, announced that he had organized Mountain Mill with a membership of twentydEIve, -and with every prospect.of making a suc- jities they bought. Those they sold to1 government is urged to make no delay -benefit also, for as' they establishing public utilities under! a smaller margin of supervision, and especial-j they' Tvere able to seLl at reasonable'ty Hudson's Bay. railway and juar-j transport service, and the ccUli transport of meat pro- J ,-M. LIDDELL, Sec'y. rates. He company and. the local unions should work hand and FASHIONABLE MODEEK DECORATED AND 5TJHMSHBD IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS..RESIDENCE SUITES OF' APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE MODERATB'-'-TARIET- COMBINED WITH SUITES ACCOMMODATING: TWO PERSONS FH.O5I PER'MO.'" SUITES ACCbSioiDATIHS FROM PER MO. ROOM. PRIVATE BATH--- ROOM, STEAM-HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE. For reservations'apply'-at "Mansions- Office from S FRED W. '.DOWNER, PROP. to 5. jhand; one helped the other. A ques- ducts. Gon was asked as to what connection there was fceiw-een the two, and if the shareholders were confined to ibers of the U. F. A. Mr. Ambrose, c'essful branch of the U. there. The president then announced that in. response to .the invitation issued 1-y tiiis union, the officers of the South, Alberta Hay Growers were present, and would address the meeting. Tile 1'incher, Alta. Information Wanted Sundial Union sends greetings-and English engineers -have begun work the secretary-manager, referred the [would like TO know whether the resol-1 plan for bylaws, which seated that only meni-jution sent out by -Strathmore in re-j London: which is espected -to-cost -0 bers'of the U. F. A. -were eligible asjgard to "a tax on hail time and in money, shareholders. It was true a-few far-; would include the taxation of unculti-j For use in night funerals'.a nearse mers -had obtained shares who were-vated and company lands. including has appeared m York with the" in- members, but they had all belonging to "the C. P. R, WeKerior Vnreulli, a demented Italian, was president of the Hay Growers missed at the preliminary .hearing, concluded -here last night. Kemmis, briefly stated that the com- pany was formed on tie same lines'as. the Grain Growers' Company, and had The National. Hydro-Electric. Co., very successfully operated at Pin-her capitalized at will develop power ac the Carillon Falls on the Ot- tawa river, 35 miles from Montreal. Creek during the last nine- months. They had been of material assistance to the farmers in disposing of their ed.-to join, ana, with two or three also ceptions, had dene so. These, two .or] improvement know whether local lights, fed by a storage battery, district officers .-stojor built .for a Russian half the borax produced in the United States each year, all of which is mined in is used for enameling Mtchen ware. The annual production sulpher.in the United States has, increased: from a little more than 8000 tons to more than tons in the last decade. Hidden beneath the. supiaed" an .extensive coal field has been rock. L, Li 11 W J -1 J tlifee would join as soon as a union i nave power to set prices for impound- Grand 'DuJte, has -a cigar-shaped body underlying parts of Yorkshlre.iNoftlng- was organised near them'. The iom-led animals and the amount which can pany 'was a limited joint stock fee charged per day for impounded j I DEANS, Sec'y. concern. Ir was a good thing, and the animals. farmers could take shares in it or; WILL leave it alone, a? wilii any other con-i Sundial, Alta. cern, but this was first and foremost i is. propelled by a suction turbine; fcamshire and Derbyshire In against the -air in front j For testiiis the resistence to air A very nearly dustless road has i pf any flying machine plane a railroad been built in Pennsylvania by adding 8000 feet long, carrying a specially, do- 15 per cent of crude petroleum to the i concrete which forms-its top dressing.- signed electric car, been built near Paris. hi Work at Greatest Care Given Every Job Rear of Wright's Jewelry Store Granum, C. Alta. 3LUN-DEN, Sec'y. a farmers' company, operated by far-! Rocky iners and in the interest of farmers. :central association to take up the If a branch was established in Cowley question of compelling the the local shareholders would have ajCOmpanies-to put in plat.i I great deal to say about running, the; rorms at al} is I business, we man in charge would bejsWpped_ We like to have a in close touch with them, and he ot all the secretaries published in the! to all intents and purposes -be their jAlBerta columns of The Guide at an I man. A motion was -put to the meet-jearly ing about this point "that this union' that the shareliolders of the company be'members of the U. F. A." It pointed out that the mo-i 'tion was out or order, and that the Hazelmere Union is in favor of the, bylaws of the company already district being represented atj ided for this, but the motion w.is mr-.the Dry Farming Exposition, and willj ried. Mr. Ambrose went on to a resolution to that effect intro-j that at the annual meeting the share-lduced at district convention. Wei holders might change any bylaw sorare Desirous of seeing arrange-j teat no officer could say a bylaw would jments completed for a conference remain in force indefinitely. The pvo-j i.v.-een the farmers and manufacturers! position was simply a business agricultural implements, so tbai purely financial and commercial. relations (between the two parties in" no way could conflict with the U.can 'be il '-ec- pie the Grain Growers' Grain Co.. with-} AUa- _ "'r out which the organized (farmers to- day would be voiceless, and therefore Tlie Prairie Agencies Limited THE "-'Successors To OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. Fsucher Station ITnion is keeping) almost helpless. He .hoped to seejbiisy, and at the last meeting-adopted! this com pany grow, as the prospects'a resolution protesting against the ne-j seemed to warrant, and if it did immigration. The resolution from' will have ample evidence in anotUeivStratbinore Union was turned down, year of the benefits, direct ami having been twice discussed, on! ect. (o be derived from it. The ground that it is unfair to graxera: lor? were accorded a hearty vole ofj are resident, but who little; thanks for Their visit and information.'or no grain. We are going to try to Alter i.he visitors retired i'or a joint picnic for Dominion sion became and a large nun.-j clay. J. M. UDDELL, Sec'y. signified their intention of becom-j .Fmeher Station, Alta. ing shareholders. After arranging forj more seed meeting adionrned! "FOR CONFESSION TO PASTORS SOUTH Near Hudson's: Bay Store Office Equipment and Filing Devices in Steel and Wobit Typewriter and Typewriter Sup- plies and Office Specialties. Phone 0. Box 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inquiries, promptly answered. Thanks, call-again! J. KEMMIS, Sec'y. Cowley. Aila. From Sunny HiH District the secretary of Sunny TopeKa. Kan.. May Rev.jf Charles Yi. Sheldon, anther of "In His Steps." said today that he 'believes ev- ery protestant pastoj should have a confessional where members can tell 'FAINTING, DECORATING, t v< _ PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any building we have "built in the West." So writes a large iinn for whom we had a large contract. PHONE 1472. WELLINGTON BEOS. You're Sure of Good Work from Us. which has just been organized, Uieir iroubies. ;