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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rage 10 -THK I.-KTJIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .Thursday, Odober 23. BACKACHE: A8YMPTOM Of More Serious Ap- proaching. Ben- der's Case. PicVarbe symptom cf organic backache rton't ix. To get er- niacent relief you. uvast reach the root cf the trxwlle. Kvii J abmt Mrs. Ben- der's ejtpt rifuce. St. Ivan. "About a 7ear ago I irregular.had evi-ry mouth, stem backache. I torfc LyJU E. PirA- tarn's Vegetable i and usrJ the Sanative and 1 am relieved of all my troub'r? anj am in perfect health. 1 shall recommend your medicine to all my friends and yo'.i j may publiib this tes- j tunonitl for the benefit of otier suffer- i ing St. Missouri. 1 Auutlicr Dixon, 1 have beea taVuig Lyriia E. PinVhfim's Vegetable Com- pound for some tiineand it has done me imieh good. My back troubled me Yery much. It seemed weak. I hud much painar.dl 1 shonH tavebetn. The Compound hsj cured these troubles and I recommend it to all Box 102, Dixon, Iowa. If you Imve tlie donht K. rinkliain's VcgeU- lile Compound will GRICULTURAL CREDITS Saskatchwan Commisiiw Re; ports Some [iiteresling Find- ing in Resolution Fonu 10 I l-ll 01IC-- oik J.u rv Iluk- ih 7he report ot the CuuiuiifiBlou au- totaled by the Saskatchewan tjovern- went to Investigate the question of farm credits has submitted teuEtUy report solufc Into the i question. The rex-oraicendaliuus or ihe commission, which follow, ore ol general interest. Should be Fostered. I. That, inasmuch as in the of older communities cheaper agrii-ulti-tal credit Is Invailably asjo- dated Intimately wllb oilier phar-es ot agricultural cooperation, such addl- ader Jay :u- collieries to support thrir. ltoaa, iegi9lsUon to by the V rlUer the y lake lives iu their, IFOHKKS LN A" COAL MINK Your letter will beopened, road and nuswcrod by a womaaj end held ia strict couUdencc. .UNFORTUNATE YOUNG MAN Medicine Hat, Aha.. OUL 14ithtjr Snlllvan ua his vay home 'from Vancouver lo couuly Tyrone. Ire- laud, -where his father is .1 miuister, lie suddenly bHranie and jump the train near _nunmore. The. conductor reported to Ihe police, who fouiid him unhurt. "He "appears quite o-jt of his mind. Why Do Women Suffer Wh.n Th.j Could B. It is'so easy tote able to tajoy life, that it eurprisin; how many drag theinielrts through the frou limt back due to kidney trouble. Mis. U'ilcox felled the way to cure glaoiy M. that others miy be induced lo me the stuie. remedy. and intormdlon and gu'.d- Unce provided by the government as i will further Ocilltale oa the part o! the farmers of Ihe province the j tabllsbruenl-upori a sound basis of a :systenivof local and -central rural co- operative societies for purchasing and selllus farm products and supplies. ,l Mortgage Association Should be J. Tbfct legislation be enacted t i provide for the establishment ot Mortgage Association for the raising of funds oa roortgasi bonds and the jrauting of loans to proiej irriciiUural' productive or Un- purposes only, such legls- [alien to.emb'ody the features herein- r frtlpced.1 IU Constituent Parts i 3: .That the -ateqcUUou be known Us the, Stsltatchewan Co-Operative tarm Mortgage association and cJiv Elst cf n eeniral an ad- jviEoiy board, local associalijr.s. dutls Ve uot made until at local associations have been formed as provided In settlou by the cen Merobert liability. 10. That the liability ot the iudul-'. dual member, whether as uietflher of the local or as member of Saskatchewan Cooperative Ksrm ilortgase assoclltiou. In respect of any obligation Incurred or IMSCS suffered or in >ny other reaped what- ever be limited to au amount not more ban rifty per ceot grealer than the ttnount of bf.s loau. Liability of Local Awoclattcn. 11. That the liability of the Eeienil associations lo the Saskatchewan Co-operative Farm .Mortgage lion bo la the ratio of the aggre- ERtes uf the mortgage loans of the composing such associations. I Loan on Amortisation Plan. That_all..morlgase loans be Is- sued on an amortisation basis to cover' a period of not less than 16. and not more than tt years, with tie option reserved to the borrower, upon Ihiee notice being given or a bonus of three months' tnleresl being paid, of paying the whole or any part of the balance due In excess of the stipulated payment on -any regular day of pay- ment before the final: always provid- ed that payments In excess of the re- gular payment shaH not release the Friday and an aa nua.1 ..Several thousand fret.below tue luiue Ihe horses work out their lives In tbt e of the earth in a Welsh dimly lishted tunnels. Premier Praised House for piditious Leaves On "Play Ball" dividual members, aud i general i Central Comhiluion j 4, That the central commission j consist of at'. least three members iclolhcd with necessary authority jas the Executive'ho fly of tie Associ- ation: ta> At the' outset tho 'ttient to.: appoint all meai bers; (bl-'One. of the juemhers to de- 1 vote his whole tiioe; to work 'of the association as and lo he.lhe.only 'salaried mem- ber (c) -As the; association acquires financial Blandios and is able with the provin- cial, guarantee in the mar- fcetfngiofLHs securilies; the Eilruoalon, Ocl. of good priiiirss wa5 recorded in tiie legislature and 'at the rising tj! the l.ii-1 uijit, 1'reuii" Silton es- his tluuks to meinliHs' liaviaz 'l.astfneil sumi-i Icntly to him Jo gel away lo iaUenO the' intet-proriT.cial j whole yesUcd, opens in Ottawa on Monday. miilc in conimittet lo INTO THE BIG LEAGUE'' al the' Sherman .next Mon. and Tues. Eeleclion lo ber to. the Association through ils. annual i rheftting. Advisory Board A'dvfaorv Board borrower of his obligation to meet j promptlv.-hls subsequent consecutlie payments until the amount of hii lid'ebtedness has" been discharfed. iecurlng 13.'That ihe funds reduireil by uie associatloir loans to-ita- 3e raised' on mortgage bond issued fcy the association and 'fully guaranteed! by the provincial government, the i amount of such government guaran- teed bonds to be deterriilnded annually by agreement between the provincial government and the association. Rite of profits. H. That the association advance the iunds to the borrower at a rate of in- terest which will include'only tliicoEt to the association of the money itself, the expenses of administration, and provlsibu for'the creation'of a reserve fund lo provide such securliy and guarantee for the future issue of mort- gage bonds a3 will la Ihe course of time reader government guarantees unnecessary and place the association upon a purely self-supporting basis. Limit of Loans; 15. That loans be limited to 40 per cent of Ihe central commission's val- uation of the- property to be mort- gaged. Government Grant for Organization 16. Thel the provincial governmenl .iniVe a-'grani of not less'.than J10.000 'tfl. 'commissioners towards expense of organizing ihe i dually transferred Saskatchewan Co-OperaUve Farm j isolation acting Mortgage Association, an'd also Tay Gen'eral salary, of the-managing commis-j siotier for-'at ieasl'lhree years. I Washing Machines Clothes Wringers Clothes Baskets Linen Baskets Wash Boards All Kinds of Brushes i Great Reductions See Our Windows Hayr Hardware Co. 3266thStS. Expansion is Telephone ,cy LIBEL FOR _ of fif- BanV for Personal CredH. Kdmonion, Alia., Oct. i neighborhood ot the lion dollars BIG LORRAINE. mp'cb with a Weik 1 nis faflViiedJij fiflnd'to FltJI.S I 1 fa-lped fouud YilKc'1 .1 1 cu'rfj." MM. 7. ifSJIK n.t do ill tilt we Viiflw, and see far jourjeii !oyou'good. Then buy ts A JO-IT "Important" to appointed-part by fhe-asEociation act- Ing- lirough Its annual general the remainder by such or- ttie lijh't rail- i gani7ationE and Institutions in the premie, will leave the city this! ways assistance act., limiting' the; province u exist to'promote, a gricul- u-iirnins lor -Ullawa. llun. J5I3, W, r'nargeatile lo income, That the Saskatchewan Co- j wjl, del, lre Xiberta gov- isihle a bank, with headriuar. j next year. ......a-ithiri the province .to conduct a The. eilinlales provide lor an ex- bolh o' chargeableia through oranches of its own. andjcapital but I'lemier Hilton stated and Ibrotigl, ijs i'" B.ould the "locals: nnd officers of tlie asso-i j practically, expended in labor, there C (i) Stich to he regulated" j being a large amount ol material, on ny the provincial, eovemment j hand, ivhich wouia bring the tola I for -ai the time of the estahlish-1 material and labor used in telephone ra'enl of such bank eriable-the Co-j constiuction up to New Eychangea. vill he built Operative Farm Mortgage As- Medicine Hat 1 '.oclation to control if the 1 some lorly smaller ei consent and with: each member ap- xas defealeil. and as py the central coramiseion. miendmrnl to the hill for Gen.ral M'tetlnj.': 8. That the annual general meet- ing consist of one from each local association. When Summoned. That Ihe first general meeting be not summoned and loans to indivl. 'at Kdmonton and ichangfs will.he in various patts'ol the prov- .nce. Twenty-five huadred miles ad- ditional rural line conitruclibn will he undertaken. .Alfa., Oct. 22.-A lihcl j acl io'r Alherla will he introauced j this week in-the legislature by At- lorney-Uencral Hon. C. 'W. Cross, Tlie'act states that lair and accurato I reports ol .Ihe proceedings ollegisU-1 live and local government reports ol r courts or judicial, proceedings and of j municipal olTlciaU, chiets of police, etc., il.publishtd in lull by way of a I fair synopsis are priviltged-unless it be proved that the publication iv made maliciously. NewEpapers are protected against frivolous actions by. a provision that plainlilTs must, It the Judge .so df- cides, give security for costs bcfwo the trial is commenced. The act is largely modelled, on the I flritish acl and is believed to be sat-i islactory to the. Dewspaptrnifii of'te) province, who hitherto have had very inadequate protection- Irom Irivoloia libel actions. Property Owners" V. I'mled llio exleriji' ilHinagi1. by had wrallior, by Cdiiliiii; Syilli our- Special Outside Paint Mixt-tl from I'n'rc Wliilt- UaH and The paint trial hat no: equal 'I'lit inttv'mr iilsu m'cd u cning Yon Ciinnol iln belter HKIII vtsil our store iinil in- spect our new sleek nf Wall Capers ;IIK! Mttresco Tin fin Kulsoiniiiiiig iiml iji-l as In liir iitnsl your IHVH parlii'tiliir sundiiml- Jugs. WELLINGTON BROS, PAPERHANG6R6 AND PAINTERS KAL80MIN1.NO AND DECORATING ilttiilentt: B13 lOlb Sfreel 8. Slore: 'ilO Shciloclt HuilOing. Phoije 1172. Make Your Feet Happy HZ Frrtt lif. i. TirtdJlchitf IF .OPPOSITION IS HEAL GOOD PROROGATION MAY BE REMJHED THIS WEEK BABYS and capital. Thr latter item included the Olio advanced on account ol the con- j slruclion ol the AlVrrU farmers' Co-operative In connection with the expenditure i ol illO.unn ucde.r tkr. heillh ar.ce !Ion. Dnr.cjn Marshall sicid that grants-wn'uM bf. made'lhis jtar to AisiKl doctors in rural tit-'. Iricls An Hem of J1S.W appeared! JD the Mllrnales In regret to the ol-' dtt o! Ihe in London, i The premier staled that the amount' covered tfct salaries ol Mr. Tieid and IM as.sislant anii i slenocrnphfr, Ihf. reniairjiler being.lor Bills urre ol the whole, passcil alter third :.-providing fnr the raising of' tl.e jiincunl atcoidinp to tixates IM and also (or Ihe raisins; of Mipplcmenl'itf es- lliriiilfs lor 1913, and in rrsppct lo Ihr cm credit M Ihe Keneral revenue lund ol the Wt" JV' Ednwnlnn. Oi-l. was j unr of the most productive ilays so j iar as aclfial business done is con-1 cerncd (hat has marVed the ure since Us opening five weeks j nd unless there is some unexpected tiny the house will prorogue this end The past ff w ilayf have made a big in the state ol husir.css be-; ore the .house, the Albcita and Orcat: Vaturways hill heinj passed and oth- j cor.leritious .mea-iiircs out oi the; way f'ive Imprirlanl railway bills and 1 lour government, Including; [he unearned Increment-lax bill, were i jivvti second' readings vesttrdaf and i d progress ivas made, on the-con-i slderation ol estimates in committee ol the whole- A portion ol estimates (or Ihe agriculture' department and the telephone estimates .remain and (fccse will likely be to- day. Tliwr is, a long Mat of bills (or commitli-c cf the whole, but many of them do not present any conten- tious fr.i lines. mm ilf Still ____ ____ ___ trill prnre It. T. Inc. feel. (hat burn. Corni. hKnlonj. .hllblalns ate ouleVly relieved by at dfpirt- iloref. If yotjr inlet won I eup- ply o( i. T1K, we n-in, by mall, on receipt price. e. Ste. that "Wllter I-ulher tf Co." la prlnled on thp aller I.utbtr A Co., ALBERTA IN LONDON ;ocl. The SlocV change has been aaieed lo Krant a aelllfng day and iiuotallon the f ro- vlnco of Alberta's por cents...and to allow the Canadian NorthCTn On- tario 4 per ccnlft., .and .IhR Toronlo Hallway per cenU. official quota- i soft u the test of BABY'S OWN SOAP- aiid its constant use in thousands of nurseries is satisfactory proof tliat lather helps and whitens the most delicate sluri. No imitation has all the merit of BABY'S OWN SOAP. ALBERT SOAPS MONTREAl- ;