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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Nice, Warm Store" "Yes, that Perfection Heater keeps us cosy and comfortable. We don't lose any business on ac count of a cold store. I Ve always had a at home, so I just the idea here." Nine hours' warmth for a single gallon ol oil. Can be carried wherever For store or home, the Perfection is the handiest and cheapest heater you mental." Inexpensive. Can find. Lasts for years. everywh THE LETTTBRTDOfl DAILY TTEKALD Would be a Great Thing for Both the City and the Country "That the city council h0 requested lo lake tho matter of a city market into consideration without delay, and that they lake action to establish a market at a central location as early as convenient." If the citizens are all as enthusias- tic fcr the- establishment of a market as thoso who attended one of the best meetings held by tho Hoard o Trade for some time, last night, and if tho farmers living within a riidiu of twenty miles, of the city couli the encouragement handed on to them at the meeting, there would not be the least dcuhljibout the sue cess of the proposed Letlibrldge pub He market. For when the above re solution was moved by A. if. Mc- Keown and seconded by F, Downer NOVA SCOTIA 's PRIDE! Real Atlantic the famous ocean flavor I a Nova Scotian. The very thought of that relishing, sea-salty tang makes his mouth water. It's hers within your reach your grocers. Econom- ical. but good, wholesome fish.._ Cleanly contained in sanitary packages. Easy recipes enclosed. "HALIFAX "and "ACADIA" CODFISH, it was carried by n unanimous vote. The old market, peddling produce a hundred and one dilfere things -entered into the discussion tho market question when it was i troduced last night by Chairman -M Keown of tho special meeting, and i tho etui it looked as if the dcpartui should be: an unqualified success b cause: 3. Thn farmers have their intention of raising sue produce as would find a sale on th market, if they could have the as snrnnco that the market -would b establishe-d. 2. The market will be in n centra location, easily available fro-m the re sldelltial portion of MID city. 3. The strest cars make the mar- ket available) to the housewife. Lolhbridge is in the centre of an Irrigated belt where truck fanj ing can bt1 carried oil to the best ad vantage. These are only a few of the rea- sons why the market should be. a success. The Old Market was answered" by E i; RV lands, who said he a market in a town of .people prosper and give satisfaction In every way. Jlr. JIcKcowu complimented this by saying that when the people of'the Pass towns hear of tlm estab- lishment of a market lure they will watch-their opportunities to buy snr-l I'lus stock UiroiiBli the markot master and will thus Bet the direct benefit of the producer's prices. As for inning hurtful to the buslntss of the local grocers and others of the city's business men directly connect- ed wiu such lines of produce as would be handled on the market It -was pointed out that these men' do nat care to handle produce, as they are able to do so only h, a small'way, and it Is more bother than it is worth' They take the farmer's produce only becnuSEi they arc forced to do so in payment.for grocery supplies. Buy at Home W. A. Hamilton said he was glad Ihe people of I.cthbridge wak- ing up Co the opportunity of a market Why was the old market not tl suc- cess? T-hiit. kept recurring last last night, and had to be answer- ed. In the first place it was out ol the way for both the farmers and the PACKED IN ONE AND TWO POUNDCANS ONLY HASE a SANBORN MONTREAL buyers dington .But even at .that, ;iiTr.- Wad- who was! closely connected with -it whik- it was in business, that everything .brought to the mar- ket was snapped up by local buyers', and (lie few farmers who did patron- ize it were well satisfied. and hoped they would all pull to-i gether for there Is no doubt about its; success, once established. he threw out a word of warning when' he asked the local buyers to take into cciislderation the fact that at the present time, they are a little too prone to buy hay from Quebec anf oats from Edmo-aton because can save a very small fraction or' the' cost .by doing FO. Give the fartne-V -in the surrounding district a sminre' deal.and the farmers will t0' reciprocate. i 3IcK.sov.-n had with him a pro-j posed plan .of a innrltet. Me said' that was ,a matter for the council lo- deal-'with, but it was a model after' -he Hamilton, Out, market which isi or.c of the 'best in Ontario, what it1 cr wht-rc it should be lo- j cated were matters, for the council! alone to deal with. I After'the meeting if was generally onsidered that if the market Is es- ablished as a. result of t'ha work of the board, the Board of Trade has justified ;Ils existence for 1912. j Candidate Explains The fireworks advertised for Ihe meeting __did not materialize. Those have been using the hammer atjctvie'lineetlags of'late and glve'tho. board a black eye. were not -.present, not having 'hcedtd-.thp Imitation that their pres- ence-was fc.mcsfo'ii.-very particularly Th'c indiistf iarJnueBtion, however' is TP.nlilins in the 'rniiid of Over> D B It's so good FRYS Trade supplied by J. S. Fry Sons, Limited., 123 .Bannatync Avenuo Easl, Fry's Malted Cocou-the great Hlwugih builder for of :''T Here is a' unite that .there''must be som e 11 were wen satisfied. nuu .mere must be scm Then the Chinamen truck gardeners! CC11I1BC in Industrial policy, an Jgan to peddk' produce from door tlli3 "matter. is'SllOTg-left to work i London, Xov. offer made by th-e directors of the Associated Omni- lius company to purchase from share- holders their present shares indi- cates yet another extension of the Speyer tranio combine. The con pany also has a working with tho London General greement Omnibus company, one of the constltutants of the amalgamated, having r.ecenth bought from it a number of motor omnibus which :by the agreement are to control and manage the larger concern. The control of the prefer, once shares by the directors will fa- cilitate the ultimate complete fusion of the associated company with the com'bine. to door. A bylaw was passed against this but owing to' tiie lassitude of the proper civic officials a test case went against the city, which :Mr. Cc-nybeare said s'iiould not have ended, t-hat 'way il the city had paid the city solicitor enough at that, time to make it worth while to light the out. He be lievcd, however, that ihe city would have no trouble in stopping peddling from dcor to door by n bylaw, thus forcing the Chinaman to go to the market along with the rest. Farmers in Line Others at the 'meeting wanted to know whether the farmers would grow the right kind of produce make the market a success. On gentleman who said lie had close ecu nection witli the farmers in the dls trict immediately surrounding, salt that he jiail bad forty farmers asl him within the past few months since the market discussion was revived i it really were true that a market was to be established, each of them expressing Siimseif greatly in fnvoi of tho proposition from t-he farmers- standpoint. Is tile city large enough lo create market lor all the-produce? This self out within tiie'-iiext few weeks. Ho'wevcr, there was a short discus, sion when Louis Keel, one of th aldornmnle aspirants, rose and he did iKlieve the city council wa. the proper body to handle industries and had advocated that pclicy on the public platform. He was. howeve-f "ot trying to disparage lho work of Ih-o board, and Had never said that the board had not justified the- expendi- ture it ted made during the year. D. H. Elton championed tile cause of the board and said he wished t repudiate the castigations thrown a tile, -board by certain citizens at som 01 the campaign meetings. He di( not believe the hoard could afford t stand idly by and allow tho member of. the city council who arc seeking re-election to bear the brunt of the criticism "that the Hoard of Trade this year has not justified the grants, made by the council." In the Olden Days They had done their best to get industries. They may come. There may be to MUSCLE. BUILDING FOOD hard. They need nod that satisncn th Nolhinii is belter lor clinn Cooun, Ground it has all Ihe fold vnlue the muscles nail makes V cup of Cowan rd inilk in n properly rnosl delicate stoinncli icious thai it tempt: :ile when nil oilier (oilds f YOUR GROCER 213 Let's btii) fliem some new policy necessary, but I lie board for not trying to land them was This was borne out. by I'resideiii Cunningham, and also by Mr. f'onybeare, who stat- ed that for eighteen years the eitv council had handled the industrial questions of Ihe city and they had made a bluish- of it. Anything winch had 'bc-e-tl accomplished, -he said, had been through Hoard of Trade o recent years, is the best, bodj lo handle the itui.-sl.ion owing to the greater elasticity. However, the fur Ihcr discussion or Ihe industrial qucs lion was left over for a further meet affecting railway .telegraph postal and oilier such matters which' have been in hands of tho hoard tor some time wire touched upon hut 10 new action taken. Commissioner -ecch of Hit- Associated Hoards will nako hla olllcial visits lo Ihe towns on the Cnrniangay lino next week rlion it. Is hoped i hat every bcurd ol' rad "S ervice sided over the board, in the matter of merit and capability, second to nolle; AND WHERTAS our most worthy and excellent president, E. ,A. dm. ningham finds it impossible, owing the exigencies of business, to continue further Ihe duties of that onico and lias accordingly tendered his reslgna- tion; AND WHEREAS his departure will bo a -distinct loss to the city in all tho departments of our social and public life; AND WHEREAS it is the expressed desire of the -s-xecutivo council that .be board should place on record its ippreciation of the splendid services rendered by him to the board and to the city and district; NOW THEREl.'OHE BE IT RE- SOLVED that the Boa-rd of Trade, Incorporated, In regular meeting assembled, profoundly regret that circumstances and business con- nections are such as to necessitate a severance'from tho board of B. A. Cunningham, as its executive head; 'FURTHER HE IT RESOLVED that the Lethbridge Board of Trade unan- imously tender to E. A. Cunningham its sincere appreciation for the most excellent and persistent manner in which he has championed the inter- ests of the board and the city and iistrict in his assiduous and untiring efforts to promote the welfare of the same and to accelerate its growl i and progress. AND FURTHER UE IT HESOLV- that a copy of this resolution be sent to ciith of the daily newspapers of the cily of Lethbridge, and also a ropy be entered upon the minutes of) this assGcialion. In replying to the resolution .Mr. Cunningham took occasion (o give a resume of some of tho work- under- taken by the board during the year, and said he did not believe lhat any- one understanding the true- facls would hesitate to say that th.. hoard For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. along the line will unite in ask- a reversal of thn passenger over that branch. President's Resignation Although (lie. resignation of I'l-esi- 'II- had been dealt with Ihe meeting of the council of the ard on Thursday evening, it had en referred to the general meeting Minn, and lhr> following rcsohi- on wns unanimously adopted- Mnvi'd by D. II. niton-, seconded bv II. Turnny: WIIBIIBAS ever since organlzn- lion and incorporation of l.he Lclh- bridge Hoard ol' Trade, H. A. Cnu- iilngham IKIS taken a most active ami intc'i-est In all the affairs tin had by hard cmkavor dc-ile a I great -deal for the city during llu year, and hoped that they would con timm just as active in the years lr. come. Thn resolution will be embossed and in-osentcd to the e.v-prcsident a laler dale. at and for Ihe last ycar'.has pro. Premier STORY IS DENIED Ottawa. Nov. 21.-An 'absolute don- 1.1 f was Riven today by .Premier Dor. den nml lion. l-Vanl< Cochrnne, Jlinis- tcr of Hallways, lo the stories publish- ed in Die WuKlorn press, that the fl. T. I', the governmonl are coming lo an'agrecmont 1.0 sacririco Ihe policy of an all-Canadian highway by turti- the T. tnifflc liuc into Am- erlcan roiu'.'H. "As far as tho government la con- cerned, you can give the. whole story a niosi. emphalic denial: you cannot make Ihe denial too said the BOYS AND GIRLS WHO HAVE BEEN RECLAIMED FOR SOCIETY London, Nov. results of the IJc-reial reformatory system start- ed In inon have been published. 19.11 there were 906 cases under do- tendon, 1S6 boys and 600 girls. It is declared that no less than S2 per cent, of boys and girls treated ac- cording to this method have been re- claimed and are leading useful lives. The Borstal system is a prison with strict rules, prison discipline cells wardo-rs ami all tho rest of prison paraphernalia, but at the same time it partakes of the nature of a school where the inmates by dint of good conduct, can obtain rewards and privileges not dreamed of In the Uritish prisons. PROVIDES ENERGY A cup of "Bovril" taken daily will provide you with (hat reserve fund of Knergy which is so necessary lo carry vou through the fall and winter. J 5 IT IS CONCENTRATED BEEF. .vn-rs ;