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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 31, 1913 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HEI4ALD TUDHOPH "4-36" BUctrii Lisltbf, 51.625 l.o.b. OriUa Why add 35XP TO own a car with the gener- ous proportions and finish of the Tudhope car with the same car that will give as reliable service, you will have to add 35% to this price. buy the Tadhopt at the Tudhope duly-saving price. Tudhope measure would not be possible if we'did not make the cart in Canada. TUDHOPE "4.36" fhas 6- Daws Electric a 115-inch 34 X i frame. Long-srroke motor (4 x 4K) cast en Woe. Full-elliptic rear springs and shock absorbers. Highest grade, compiece equip- ment, Speedometer and extra tire. 5 Pau- enter Touring Body and 2 Pauenfer Torpedo Roadtter, f.o.b. OnlSa. TUDHOPE "6-48" with compleie equip- ment. Gray Davis Eiectric Lighting and Cranking, extra Tire. f.o.b. OrilSa, 001 TW TUDHOPE MOTOR CO, lifted, ORIU.IA. Cuu rruDHOPe 4-3S MAY- BE -EQUIPPED WITH GRAY t DAVIS ELECTRIC STARTER FOR J176.00 EXTRA" Tudhope, Anderson. Limited SASKATOON, CAi.GARY.'LET'H'JHIDGE, SWIFT CURRENT Please don't get the idea that Fit-Reform Suits are ''very fine but .very They are very fact the choicest hand tailored garments.in Canada. But they are Within easy reach of every man who wanU to dress well. 779 Made To Measure Department. II you prefer yout SM Individual a designed, cut and tailored lo your he Fit-Reform (allots are al your service. Our ring? of patterns Includes'many and vegiiaranleelhelitof >very garment. McKelvie A Some of the sluuing show girls in the Prince of Tonight" at the Majestic, Monday, June 2nd GRAIN COMMISSIONERS REPORT (From the Free Press) There are few thlr.ys which better study ,than trie blue boots, which from time to lime are Uiued by the Department at Ottawa, and among the most intereEtlng volumes' bat have been Issued this year he first report of the lioard ot drain Commissioners for Canada. To tnety one interested in the grain trade In .he thrco prairie protinces'a study of tbis report be found very pro- fitable from the standpoint of a gen- eral enlightenment Take for example the reports on nrerages and short- ages of the terminal eleialors. In the ords, and the board proposes to L tbe foruitr instead. fhoncd ihe merchaut's wife to know jwhat siin lady 01 -125 or 130 Ibs j should 11 ear, Mrs. Hurley visited with Mrs. J. i Klcfcett on Sunfiay after church. S teachers and olficers of the also cnibU-s if.c bosrd! sthool held raonthlj- lo ascertain uljtltn-r (hero it meeUnj at tho school house ou .hirig as loanioB of i season of open _ _ wo cargoes in parUc.ul.ir. loaded i Carraaasay Uils jy the Canadian I'acirx tbe other! T- CoMn is doing farm vork it the ijy Uio Uraln Growers' Grihi t'o. A11" rancli {of a month, also present matter for Ulilk siring to facilitate desimcl: elevators by D'irliiK tho Wednesday erenlny. thert 1Ir- and Sirs. Ilaughnsn were ei cry i oE the I chitting uilb lime. cook in his leisure own vuilroml sys- li-iu! The "liglit anil right" Ford o-ivos it lo you :i( small r-ost! And bark of the i-ar M finds a tir.anml jv any rail- road inijjlil envy. Pon'l side- track llmi (ict your Ford today. Oyr factories pro-li-ccd Hun a tcr of A inllhou Model TV. FriUFi Kunabout Touring Car ?7.'0; Town Car f Walfcoriillo. with all cqu-.uiuent. For i see W. K. VIRTUE !232-3rd Avenue South, LethbrTdge M. K. KAAKE Opposite Alexandrfi AND CLEA ESS bine no! OVER CONTINUED ILLNESS j IxmrJon, May Max Aitkin, isalonors I who sails fqr Canada tomorrow, !it tils constituents ol Ashtoti- I Is noticeable that the overages (n "conlract sides'1 fcnil the great bulk ol the shortages in tho grades, while in tha case of the Grand Trunk, Pacific, lor example, there are practically no "overages In "contract grades, but In the lower grades over- ami shortages are rretty equally divided, the shortages including every grade from Dried 2 Northern to Re- jected 3 Northern .Smutty. In the case ot the Kmplnf Thur.der nay elcvctora H Is cry iuler- to note that while thelt- over- ages we re cry Ii e avy they ri ad sbortagc-s whatever, and in tbt case of thu Thunder Bay elevator all the wheat overages were "contract grade and omoanled to -iiJjSW.SG bushels, of which were No. 1 Nor., 9.92WO No. 2 anil of Xo. 3. In the Empire elevator the total ovcrases were D3.S3CMO bushels, and or Ibis amount "contract" wheat. doubt, througli a clerical error no extension showing the exact surplus of ttKse two houses have been made, though In the case ol nil toe other elevators all tbe extensions are la full. The total surplus -ot wheat from all WPS Or this amount 69.275.20 was allowed to the elevators by trado custom, leaving a toial amount ol bushels, which went to the elevators apr-arent- y as clear profit, and of .tbis amount bushels went to these ele- vators, the Empire tied Thunder Hay, After allowing one busbel fn 'c for there vouiu still bo Tbesc bouses under the management of Mr. .T. p. Jones, and it is certainly a tribute to his- ability as a manager that so large a surplus should accrue to these and more especially '.Unt it should bo practically all "coutracT wheat. The drain Act is rather vague on tbe >ubjcct of. overages excepting in far as the trade custom allowances are concerned. I'nUhig tbis A'heat al tbe avcrago prlco of SOc per bush el, ii would represe'nt a of whlcb has apparently, gone direct to tlio clovator owners, as the grain w, shipped out ol the c'livdlors before way, it ia not the board tc permit to SIR MAX DOWNHEARTtD with CTain upon which thcj claim." If the Board oE Grain Comn really wbat they graph ii vroald seen: to anyone has had "I hive 3, failure SB a member of work elevator- Pnrlinmetit. (Vplces: "Not at records -TJCTB absolutely cisenlbl to (I liavc bad oce illness after another, prevent the mixing of grain. If there and been Quite uoable to nttcml to my is no record of (he of the parliamentary duties. .The nature of at is to prevent elevator; mV illness is such that for months to changing coutents 0f-'coniP 1 cannot hope (o sit in those bins at their own convenience? i mc-nt. If'my constituents think that Again, 1C oE certain cannot for me, I nm reaUy way for another." (Cries of Mas coacludf.d bis address sympathetic reference (o Jus goes presented inaUcT for inquiry, ivas tbat Inquiry ma.le snd Tvhat result? It unfair lo Sir these Louses under ti.iputatfon of "wrong doing. What. Iris been done in tbe matter? -Another Item-iii'thu report vill, no doubt, appeal strongly lo men who iad last" year to (leal with tough rain. SpeBking Of It.c bringing in of he'portahle dryer from Chicago, tae "iport "Tb.o buard ailoweJ the company to charge higher rates, but he filed rates for t'lt- Canadian drying ilants were not ciar.sciJ. If.'therefore. owners of grain needed to were willing to pay the higher rates to the Armour Co., they could do so at Canadian rates. This arrange- opponent, .who is: also harassed constant illness. by 'ELLSH1NEDSROES ARETHE FOUHDATlOFJiOFjGOODAPPEAUAJieE SHOE POLISH GIVES a PGK, BRILUAKTIPQUSX.TMT LASTS EASY TO FOR THE SHOES U. C. C. OLD BOYS DINE Ixjndon, .May Tbe Old mcludins Major-Getieral Ftsder-' Upper Canada Co'lege gathered to-j ick Sermon, Admiral John ment was to the trade nt Winnipeg anil imaruD'.ousty This l will le news to the gratn trade at Winnipeg. So (ar from ng alloued'a chaicc as to whether they pay the rales of the Amer- ,cnn or wail for their turn at the Canadian dryers many n-.cn with la quantities ol "out ol condition" wheat, chartered sp.ice for the same and proceeding to shin it without crj- the losses by this being done were en- ormous and tlic mea found that had no moans ol redress. found to ihcir CTcectling cost that the CnnaiMan Gr.iin Com mi's? ion dad laken the Ian into its own hancl-5 and had the grain dried in the American portable dryer al high rate? charg- ed by the institution. In many case? SWI3ET VALLKY Sweet Valley, May Harry sprained Ills back while lifting oa some machinery and has beea ttta now beason and il Is hardly likely it was dumped in Lake Superior Mr. Jones Is now a of tbe Grain Commission of Cnriada, and be- ing practically the only elevator ninn 00 that commission It is to suppose llial he will have the prin clpAl Ihe new govern mcnt lerminfil vrlien it is complotcd and riblllly in thi direction hc'ehould be to make a tcry subatantlnl rcdiicllon in tho ox-! penaes of the commission be returns from surplme3, If the could In additfoti control of all1 tho overages or surpluses from other houses the cost of runing tbo entire commission might be met Tbe report Bialcs: "Tho elevator companies were -required to make- good all shortages. They riitl so by taking from the overages of higher grades sufficient- gralu to moel tho shortages oT the lower grftdc. After this QdJuElment was made ttio ncl sur- or shortage This Is n cerlence .which cannot bo sail to throw much light on the disposition of surpluseg7 Tho whole- Question of over- in terminal cerCalniy suggeaLq food for thought. In the rcglslr.itlon anil cancellation of warehouse receipts tbis statement (3 of Interest: 1 The 'registration and cancellation or receipts affords n better means of snpmlsinr; elevAlors than tho previous method of Linntng rcc- moving around pretty Plow for a fev: days. The L'luTcJ Aid met wIUi Mra, A. en afleruoon. A good b'.i3inc5s meeting was conducted with 1 new sug ?cs lion s, after which a rcfreanlng lunch was Tho next tRC will he school house on Juno 7. Mrs ttour.iU had company Parkland for a couple of weeks, Merle Ha'..gimian has hccti working on the new railroad but Is home now nnd started to school. Thi) dr.ntc nt the Ocean AVato school house tor a ricdtcatlon was a great FUCCCPP. All the ROOT space taken anil seating capacity was premltini, Atr. Hunter has returned Irom Park- lain] he has licen.to 3fo hla1 brollicr. Mrs. Hunter remained for n few visit. Mr, Uanshmjin Is doing sonic break- ing on GCOIKQ Short's place, tlrcahlng will poon be orer If It docs not soon, ts have quit find started summer Mrs. Seihcck-and chiltiren have ro- lurncJ lo the nomestcad nflcr several rnontbs' stay in Minnesota sinco Mr, tlraEh, H Is fi'illo poimlar nowadays for tho men In do the shopping for the ladles fls seldom pet to town. Onft Incitfont that might lift mcnllcn- Cd ivas e, man buying on X V 7i for his wifo and not Itelng sure as to the wanted, n alzo 50, Tho cleric fail- ed tu Pud onylhiiii; of (Ms size, you've got to "figure something out" piss n'.thoui tome momciii iv m >our chail, of FEW you window and to detach your tnind from the on your tliat >ou may "figvirc the pioroiiiion of importance that dcimr.ds atfention- It ii -it sucn limes that >ou win find a certain ai i lo clwrei ihintinff ind cooler juJatncr.i in your box of __ GPS CleapHavanas one, ind the nild fragrance of.O c jinoke, reminurti.t ol .ci oiil brow ol_pctty sooii U fresh and free to iigutcout The rroJiKtiof men may bt imitated ty mlier nrp but Nature KU o] e lldle island for "Vie tflo-ttst leaf, r.o man'j art can iodi.cc 'M V-itct'i W. R, Webster Company Sherbroolte Canada ;