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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November T1TK LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Page. Is a Stock Yard at Lethbridge Feasible) ij: Mooed from Iront Free trade with Great Hrltatu; A co-operative net; Thai weights and scales and meas- ures Inspection in elevators bo thought under the supervision of.lho Grain Commission; Abolition of duty on vheat from the t'niled States; And lo oppose I ho cBtablishuieut of markets, the Main Iwue j Tho question of a co-operative pork, jacking plant was then broached by the president drew altenttou to the disparity In prices between those i paid to the farmer.and the retail price to thu consumer. The farmer (s jald 6 1-2 cents oil the average while the consumer pays 30 and 35- esuts a pound. He thought tho farmer would not tolerate this much .longer, lie Miner's Cough is always a warning-- it denotes.a- weakness and if neglected or carelessly treated it paves the way to bronchitis, pneumonia or consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION the sore and uff remedy, and should ,Le taken for roughs mud because UrflieVcfl thetrouble strengthens whole system toaroid sicKiirtsand loss of time. SCOTT'S EMULSION is a pure builder, free from filinu- Ulbsg alcohol orsiupttymgdrugs. Ectry miner thoufJ take Swtt'i EaBlilcB but refute the inferior kubstitatfi. Every druf glit feu it, vm InwU ca Scott'i. fisrds a market In the United States iind. commands a premiuuj. Spread Not Wide Enough Mr. W. Turner iiuoted -local prices C 3-1 cents and Winnipeg prices 8 and S 1-1 cbuld. and asked if It would l-ay to ship btralsht to the Winnipeg market. Th-j commissioner replied that there wouldn't te much to go on alter Uie 'rclght. yardage, and commission were paid and a shrinkage ol probably pounds to each animal allowed for. 1 Answering S. Frascr- the -corn- did not encourage loug -hljipuig In hot weather. llr, Lennox ssked what there is in tbe Vautouver maike-t and Mr. Stevens replied not as much, as .he would like. He hopes a movement 'to establish a" cold storage and batolr In Culgary would eventuate where, boss would be bought and for the Hrl'.lsh Columbia "1 HAVE GAINED FIFTEEN POUNDS Sinn lei Fell Like A him" DRYSDALK, Oxr.. June 15111.1913. "I am a general storekeeper at the tbove- ad J i ess BtiJ, on account of tbe gxsat good 1 have extricated from using 1 UKUI strongly to my customers. Tbej T.-erfc a great boon to me, I can tell you, for yens 1 in bed vrilh vomiting and i most terrific jiearijr-dtirrc tsad. Doctors 'emd it would lutn to lufijamiaiion of the lirain, but I took' 'Fruit-t lives" until! wiscuitd. I hitegamedfifittn pounds and I verily believe they saved me from a dlsistiouf J. A. CORRIVRAU. t ______... ____........ ________ 500 box. 6 for trial site, aje. Phrlea orders to market, the dealer being on' At Ell dealers or {torn Vrml-i-tiTcs snitch BO that the passenger might an'equal with the bis one. i Limited, OtUwa. I back onto the sldlnjc; end then to Mr. Tlior Rroivn, ClarcEholin. asked J.. "If -ive established a plp.ni could tup ply our own be Carelessness of Engineer to Blame (Continued from front Tbe- Ii-quest occ'Jiried nearly five hours on Silurilat afieruooti at the barracks. Dr, Hirers as tho coron- er, recorded tho evidence of nine Tbe Jury remained out about tbirly minutes before readeiiag this verdict The hulk of the evi- dence seemed to point to negligence or carelessness somewhere. Conductor Sain Jor.es was the first witness, He had detrained at the Bid- ing elation with deceased, nho had called his attention to Uie box cars on the sidetrack, later giving Hum- open the north market Of P'oodbridge expressed floubi as to couple the rear coach of the to the box cars so that all might Big Sales in North Lethbridge One agent sold over CO lots in tbe past four weeks. Another eold 20 iQts'last week. During iLc past few days I sold 13 lots. "There's a Reason" lots left, one block from Cilwore's Haiery, sewer, water, light. each. J25.00 cash, per montSi. These iols ara vorlh JiiM.O1) each. Buy Note ice terms. This Is the greatest opportunity ever oHered. Taxes paid lor 1313. See ma at once, or phone before ibey are all sold. W. M. Gaielan PHONE 1744 1222 THIRD AVE. S. be backed into the clear. o( Ihe Lethbridse prop- the rear freight cars might be Mr. Stevens was afrafr! the wealtby 1 chut them out.! One .delegate said the Winnipeg, pushud out onto the main track In cars and ahovod into tbe clear. the sEgr.at so ironsides cohirol the slicat-on and as open. -He bad not seen Humphries rnnhA HumpJines had proba ______., car loads of hogs on The situation JK not EO sc-rjous; at n 1 co-operative bints. This would soon! now. Tho removal cf the duties by' Mr- Stevens i.ol settto the price question.. Tlie farmers seem to think that P. "Burns Co, Swift's and others ap- sh the broken holt or ing3. lo flag the Coutts aro in Uie and that he had not'hall a car length to north of where questions KhlcU were not roigliiy.educatefl' i.uw- 13 i i---- a little bit" saggy. For a7ifey years' prices were above the quotatioa but during the past year there Tras a1 Ifllion has grown and tbe farmer won- ders if H will re cull in a slump in prices ivhich would cpiise debatft the advisability of "going in for hog- racing. U scorns imposi As a PuUe: Feeler you been feeling their piilse's Mr. StevensVIn Southern Alherta, yes. "I felt-'it-in Southern-Alberta and It -wasn't beating at Mr. Stevens. "The live stock com- would be right on tlic Job." Contlnuiris-Jlr. Stevens outlined re- -frigeTation- 'and" inspection and tho by prpdu'cts as leverages whereby the1 large concerns Jiave an advantage over the small plants. talted InlKmatioQ hj hit .lie boi .cars very hard, proposal wpulJ hoped the be fully presented when the provincial convention met in that city. The Baggageman. Baggageman Staples bad left bis deceased was found lying which would settled, hut the jury were all. agreed lead him to beUevo that the firsfim- that he should not have given- such pact broke tho link, and the second strong impetus to the train under a' cnusht Humphries.- He had seen slow-down, signal, and that when the" He was speaking o-.' the Union stock car to releise the Brakes on the box "dashes of blood on tbe .coupler, and first jolt failed to couple the two yards proposed at the mixed farming C3rs- He "was on the fiflh or sixtuja mark or dent in the box car above trains, he sbould" have stopped tha convention not1, of-the packing plant cav faach- of (he ac- The jink-end titled dent. He train-and wailed for a signal from project. jcidcnt it was over. He had seen iiaci aiso flesh on tbe rail, ivbere 'Humphries himself, who had "been out owards the cloee MCECH. H .Mc-Illle coh'riiiclor the tack-up signal. the' wheels Imd paired over the un-1 of the range'of vision of the Test o! S' and W. U.'Milford, of The last faw of wa3 1 forlunale lad's shoulder, In hi say for the -proposed' Union .Stock Asked as to the possibility of shiiv Yarda in Calgary and emphasized tho refrigeration in which "a: could at unfavorable times' store for a steady market a small plant could not succeed verr the dclcpws outlines Sir. to Mnncy S Limited ,o Wt.lto Were! is opin- the creu-, from the time he gave the was running toward the-ion ensinecr vas. not attending Elor.flmv.ix signal to the engineer and tat.as he vtas on Hie duties. The brafceman gave a. dissppeit-a'J.to make OW fcBcs who neei .of (he NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES mftji eflecttre wiihout any JKcomtart 2Sc iWi at your KEF.P ROAD OPEN DURING THE WINTER curve, ho'lost slaht of Humphries he- bad OTISS. He either did not get Jacob Colbyi sged 70, a pioneer saw down signM or dlrin't obey ltf.but. :nill owner ol- Harwich township, is he engineer had testified that he got (Siad. fore he reached the coupling. Other Evidence. Xell McElroy, the fireman, had re- gained. Some shippers use pofaloes! as well as grain for feed, on the train. Ashed as to .iasnectioit.and condem- nation who would pay, tti'e speaker question.'. Itj would depend on the agreement m: j osillon to establish a big union stock lively rush Tlie people had voted the rabney fort is bein customs appraiser, leaves tbia U. F. A. Secretary Ing'on a vacJtliou for points on the Mr. Wood bridge, secretary of the' Kootcnay lake. provincial union, Tias the next .speak-j' Building operations oa tbe new cr. He outlined tbe Calgary prop- J.Trites-Woods building are being ihed forward and every ef- ns niade to hive, the eiter- etc., and ior finished before the severe weather ___t------......_ tbat all around these! sets in. An army of men, bricklayers, said the corn fed hog.has much1 more grounds packing plants will spring up.; chrpenters, elc.f are certainly taking fat and is.mpro oily.- is the kind I Tho city will also establish advantage of every available hour. balolr and ref rig era lion plant wblch it is said that the road between, would be a'public utlllly. This'would'Penile Hosmer be-'rtept open create the clement of competition as this winter by the provincial govern It would enable a Block-raiser hold and If true, this will be a great Mr. Stevens illustrated by what-he [to buy the land, Faw-afdttferent'pprk factories .ami; sequence aril! be said the corn riiucli1 niore fat and is.mpro oily.- That is the kind of needed In our north country and wo can't raiao Tho -bulk of .tbe bacon sold, in -Nor- thern Alberta" comes from St. Paul and, Chicago befog" better.able1 lojhis got his price. He boon.to the people of both towne, os stand rougb handling and weather ex-', thought this would have so.mo many will late advantage of'the op- josure. The nice lean bacon Alberta on the proposed packing plant-. Mr. j portunity to indulge in-sleighridlng, Fernie, Nov. F.'Mdntosh.-lceived conductor's signal, but later wont out to flag tho Coults train, so knew nothing of the accident Dr. DcVebcr had examined the body of deceased, finding the'Ieft arm severed and "the -pelvis crushed in. Tie thought UJEJ arm -bad been taken off after Ibe pelvis had been crushed, DS 111 ere was no blood in the coat Fleeve, which would lead him to be- lieve that death bad occurred either from shock or internal hemorrhage. .H. M. Mahoney.-T. II. "C. traveler, who was a passenger on the train, thought some pretty severe shunting had been After the first jolt he- had disembarked, ami saw the pass- enger train pull ahead half a car length.. It the box City of Lethbridge actions 1913 i! 'FROM -ACT'IL 'OF PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given (hat a meeting of the Electors of the City of Ktthbridge wit! be held in COUNCIL CHAMBER on MONDAY, the First day of December, 19i3, from Eleven A. M, until Noon, 'for purpose of receiving petitions of nomination of candid' for (he office of Commissioner of.Finance and PnWie V Safety, Commissioner of Public and Corrtmis- sioner of Public Utilities, also nomination for two cies' on (he Lethbridge frotcsfant Public Board, District .'...._..'_- my hand at Lethbridge this 2ith day of November, 1913. t Geo. W. Robinson' RETURNING OFFICER ;