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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HESALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1909. PAGE SEVEN Lead ers Fit-Reform Gannents are the recognized leaders of fashion. Fit-Refoijn Suits and Overcoats stand at the head of all high- class hand-tailored garments for gentlemen., Fit-Reform sMe; quality, workmanship and value ate; everywhere acknowledged the best. GETTING JEALOUS Wonts a New Legislative Building To Eclipse Sister Provinces .'Winnipeg, Oct. a result of recvnt activity in the West in Used Slang To Fight Combine Regina, Sask., Oct. 16. "Bunco and "combines" were some of .the choice terms used GOVT, PACKING PLANT WILL NEVER SUCCEED So Albert Matthews, Director of One of Canada's Largest Pack- ing Would Kill v -x It. in connection with the new describe those engaged in the grain j Edmonton, Oct. government tive' buildings at Regina and Edmo-a- trade bv E A> Partridge, known as i nackinsr plant will never prove ton, speculation has beeu current injiThe man vrhb-fought the combine" present; at Saturday meeting. An auto- Winnipeg as to when handsome but mobile party consisting of Fred. W. a was the statement made J to the Edmonton Journal by Albert director of the big Mat- on Kennedy St. will.be replaced by1 Greeilf secretary, E. N. Hopkins, thews pork packing house at Hull, another more worthy of the Province. presidentj and E. A, Partridge ad- i Peterboro, Toronto and, Brantford, Indeed, rumors have been afloat to rtressod a gathering of farmers and who is in the the effect that in the near future op- erations will be commenced to pro- cure a property more nearly against the grain trade. But evi- and to pre'pbre for the building of the has been organiz- fiue new structure, which will very fast, some statement eclipse those of the neighboring made by ,the president that only vinces. two thousand dollars was collected in The Me Provincial surer membership fees, and this in a new, in his report- of January, 3908, province where a hundred and fiftr stated that if the surplus continued! minipn 'bushels of grain was raise i. to as it had in that year, There are 250 sub-associations who in three years the Government would have charge of the laying of policy. Partridge'told.farmers that they T> j had to subscribe money or shut up was not mentioned in the report of i shop an.d be exploited'in future as Provincial Treasurer Armstrong, and! they had been in the past, nothing definite can be obtained from' the other ministers on the question, j ted with comfortable homes and hap- At present the building is inacle- P7) prosperous farmers, taking plac- business men, urging the former to.j lMr> Matthews is visiting the west organize to protect themselves j lo size up the situation with a view to opening up branch plants, and it is probable thot next year will wit- ness the opening of several branches in a proposition. trv TO matter matter, of his firm in the west. Mr. Matthews paid a visit to the huge Griffin packing plant at Edmonton, and gave without hesita- tion his statement that it was easily i'hf largest in Canada. "It is perhaps hoi doing as large a business 'BS some of the eastern plants, but it has un- doubtedly has the capacity for the largest business in the Dominion, and it is only a matter of time, when they He pictured a prairie country dot-, -r. J 'will have the business. quate to aecomm'odate all the Gov- cs in society and not acting as-drudg- "I certainly do not agree with your government's efforts to establish a McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridse, ernment departments, and 'additional i es on the farm, in day when the I co-operative pork-packing plant.v It accommodation is urgently elevator and grain combine" shall be never bs a success- A Additions 'and enlargements .'havejno The farmer has got to fix ment-plant can never compete with been made from time to time, but it the price of his own commodity and a Private corporation. For one thing not let others fix'it "for him, he said, Ithe Patronage system, the filling of TREASURER ARRESTED Framingham, Mass., Oct. B. Lombard, treasurer, of the town of Framingham, .who was placed un- der arrest last night''charged iorging the names of other .town of- ficials" to two town 'notes aggregating was..tenable" to appear in the court today. Mr. Lombard has been ill for several weeks, and is confin-ed to 'his bed. Accordingly it was decid- ed that he should be given.a hearing at his home. Mr. Lombard's counsel said before the proceedings that he would advice his client' to" plead not guilty and waive examination. not a Flaw In n Pall of EDDY'S Solid, Mftrdened, Hoop or Seam. Many otlier Exclusive Features are when you Poittlvely Persist in retting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply yon. Alnyt; Ettrywlwrfl, to CMtda, atk fw MATCMtJ. is now'realized that the buildings which did good service many years ago are now too-small for the volume of business and the additional sub- departments of the prosperous pro- vince. DR. STACK IS DEAD Washington, D. 'C. Oct. M. J. Stack, for thirty years Assist- ant superintendent of the government hospital for the insane, died 'in this city Sunday nighit of cancer of the throat. Dr. Stack was well knoown in the medical profession as an alien- ist of wide experience. He was -50 years of age. and this was the object of the Grain Ia11 Positions with men who have a firain mva i pull with the government, will kill it is Growers' Grain Company. The first year the company handled only two and a half million bushels, but last year, the quantity had grown to eight million bushels and this year four millions were handled in a little over a- month. Combines, lie said, were trying to break vthe company by handling grain without commission; our nrm they would fleece farmers in fu-iyear our ture when they get the Grain Grow-Lfor e'rs' organization out of the way. ie very start, for the government to get; competent men to operate the plant. "In Brantford the farmers: several years ago spent in establish- ing a eo-operative plant. This year our firm bought out the plant. This bought "out the plant proved a-n abso- lute failure." GOLD IN WHITNEY TOWNSHIP PROTEST AGAINST THE Toronto, Ont., Oct. Bart-1 DEATH OF R R ER inspector, on-, the Provincial! Geological Staff is investigating the American Workmen. Hold Demonstra- IN D5ATH report of gold, finds in Whitney tion in. New York -.Watertown, N. Y., Oct. spe-j township. The discovery is nearj New York, Oct. public protest cial to the Standard frorh Pirites, St. ]STight Hawk Lake. meeting to condemn the Spanish au- thorities for forcing the death penalty against Professor Francisco Ferrer, Lawrence County, says: "As the re- sult of a 'drunken quarrel morning, John ..Miller, a. Pole, about 50 years old, is lying.dead ouside the shacfi where he'boarded. Two Poles arc under arrest -and fifteen others- are locked up in their-shacks.' There are two shacks inhabited by Polanders, between which there has been, a bitter rivalry and the affair this morning is the culmination of former trouble. Montreal, _Que., Oct. Trunk earnings fp'-.rthe second week of September increosed to- tals being respectively and It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-20 will bs held tonight in Carnegie Hall, under the auspices of the Interna- tional Laboi. Aid Conference, which body is composed of delegates from the various labor organizations '-and societies. The that Ferrer was "foully murdered" on the morning of October 13-in the Fortress of Mont- Congenial Clothes A young man's credentials to, society are signed by his clothes. The youth just verging on man's estate prefers PROGRESS BRAND CLOTHING because it has the cut, finish, dash and style, congenial to his youth. The master creations of artistic genius are reflected in our advanced styles. 1 CO., UHITED, toll with a GutfanUt by 49 McKeMe Lethbridge. juich, "the torture dtmgeon maintain- ed by tihe Spanish ruling classes." Ferrer's death was decreed by a court martial behind closed doors af- ter a proceeding that'was in all its features a brazen mockery of jus- tice, the call 'for the meeting" states. The resolution continues: of the foregoing facts, this Carnegie Hall, on October 19., declar- es that we denounce the execution of Ferrer as an act of medieval b'arbar-. jism committed by the allied enemies of freedom' and progress, a'stain upon modern civilization, a deliberate mur- der, thinly disguised under the form of legal proceedure. "That we feel deeply ashamed and humiliated by our government's main- tenance of diplomatic relations with j the .Russian and Spanish governments which have by their deeds placed" themselves outside the pale, of CIT- :ilization." THE COWAN CO. LIMITED; TORONTO. I i AN INVESTMENT OF GREAT POSSIBILITIES _____ ..L You need have no fear of re-sale if you take advantage of the big advances that are going to come and V BUY A IN BARNWELL The future of Barnwell is not a matter of speculation. It has the resources that ensure prosperity. Many of these resources are already being developed. The fact that Barnwell is-surrounded by the Choicest District in All Alberta 9 Is a guarantee that the many businesses that are opening up will thrive. Just think what several mines tapped by spur tracks mean to this flourishing young town. Full particulars may be had from T T t X I JL I W. H. JOHNSTON CHBISTNER AND MACLEOD T I T I T OR ROOM 5, BRYAN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA CALGABY I H-H -I-H-I -I-I-M-H- 1 I M- M 'I 'I-I-i 'H-I-I-I-I-'I-: I I -I- 1 1 H-H I-M M-l-H-I I-M-M-I'H-H-M-I-m-'l I -I ;