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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 3, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERAtJD Thank You! WISH TO EXPRESS my gratitude to the people of LetHbridge and district for their kind patronage during the term of years I have been in the meat and produce business in this city. Starting in a very small way a little over three years ago, the business has expanded and grown to one of the most important businesses of its kind in Lethbridge' which proves the loyalty of Lethbridge citizens to local concerns. 1 bespeak for my successors, Delanys, Limited, a continuance of your valued patronage. Geo. A. Delany Announcemen HAVE PURCHASED the meat business of Geo.'A. Delany, but have retained Mr. Delany as manager. It is the policy to continue handling the high .quality products you have been accustomed to getting at this store, and to improve the service in such a way as to merit your valued orders. If you have any complaints to make, please register them with our Mr. Delany direct, when they will be immediately remedied. We invite your hearty co-operation with a view to making this one of the most up-to-date meat markets, in point of quality, and service, in Southern Alberta. Phone 452 Office 1522 Delanys, Limited Cost of Living Figures Lie he chair last night, was elected pre- tan, and Mr. E. J. Sehl, secretary. About twe-itv the motion. (Continued from on IHe public, hut he dida't bother telling how it was, or what, barm j it bid done. The Uominiou associa- tion has secured .legislation whereby they ate permitted to send the names ot any wholesaler who cells to a co- operative store, to their mem- bers, without leir of. suit lor dam- ages, telling -them-.that .a certain wholesaler refuses'to'.quit selling goods to co-operative concen and before, the wholesaler knows it is boycotted. Is a .very ef- fective piece said Mr. Trowern, "and we hope to stamp out the co-opeiative store idea it Canada without much difficulty, as (I has practically just begun." Some- ol the other things which the society has (or its' objects, the abolition oi the giving with pur- chases, the.reg'Llatioa'of duty on potted: corn'me-dllles'l tliS lake 'advcr goods', ilie' placing of: a mernlcr o! the board on the tanS commission, and the circulation of a list ol all the had creditors, besides many other protective measures. The officers ot the focal association' will elect a member to the proviccial board, and five members the pro- vincial hoard sit as members of tho Dominion board, tbus the- organlra- llon Is made veiy fsr, Us enect, and is representative ol 'all the retailers in" Canada. Speaking in regard to the cry ol the high coat ol living, Mr. sars that the statement published br the department ol labor, to the ef- fect that the cost of living had in- creased 87 per cent, in the last ten years was a lie. The retailers, or middlemen are not making the pro- fits that the general public think they ate. VSlien a customer says he can a certain article fiom inail order or from some other nfy, much cheaper than ho can ob- tain it at home, be docs not know what he is talking about, for Im can- not possibly know the dlftctrtce in the AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIA- .PRESIDENT OTTAWA MAN SAYS JT IS A SURE THING-pFORMER WELL KNOWN LIBERAL" ORGANIZER Hll UK SOME OF THEM EXPRESS A DIE- LIKE FOR TKE TONE OF HIS DELIVERANCES AT MONTREAL Vheal Oats Barley Rye 'U.833.000 Total American markets are based on the calendar year, and the. following state- ment showi receipts of grain at yarl ous points for tlie calendar year Winnipeg Wbeat hu. 14 Minneapolis New-York-.. Kansas City. Chicago 35.SH.OOO Oats bJ. 61.683.00C Vancouver, SepL are hiv- ng some arousing love scenes In the S'anaimo courts in the Irials of strlk- UR miners accused of rioting. -auts are out tor a dozen woman, but A visitor in the city! this afiernoon was Jlr. Altxander Smith, barrister, of Ottawa, well-known throughout Ca- trie former c-rganizer-in-chief of the Liberal, party. Mr. -Smith Is out of poUttcs DOW, and is devoting his time inclusively to legal work. -Mr. Smit hbis .been' out to the coast cities on a business trip, and is tho Crow's Nest Quo., Sept. 3. Amid ringing cheers which lasted three minutes William Howaid Tall, er- pres'ideiit of the- United StateSj wa: elected president oi the American Bar Association this after- noon. Kfom the Canadian standpoint, the moil'notable Irahire of the Hngs this afternoon was the uonoi-] ____ ______ mous election ol twelve unp. Speaking to a- t'o the position of honorary members tjve of jjr-. gmlth Baid ni jhe American Tlar Association. (lat not very :he authorities have made no_ effort l members. a eno This'was the first lime ttiat the M-lmurti gl.d'to in the many sociiiiioa had gone outside the the west, ed States for a choice of honorary :o seive them, as the womtn are mothers of large families of. small children, and the police already have ibe jails full lo overflowing. Just before .court adjourned today, Mrs." Samuel Quthrle, the beautiful young bride of a strike leader, and whose name lias been placed on. tbe "waiting list" broke ttrougU'tbe lino of soldiers with fijcd bayonets that surrounded the prisoners in the court room and threw her arms around her husband's neck and k....- cd him. She thrust a bag of food-in- to his bands, aad then tmr.ed and sped down the alete of the court room. When lold that she-was 1! ly to he arrested on the evidence 'o] Miss Hill, school teacher, who declared tbat she had witri'e'ssed Mrs Guthrle throw a stone at .R strike- breaker's bouse, only laughed; and tossed her pretty head, saying "Let them arresl me; I don't care Premier Rorilen was placed at the eid of the list ol bonorafy mem- e'rs, followed by Sir Wllfeid Laurier, ir Francois Langeiier, Lieut.-Oov- rnor of Quebec Hon. 0. J. Doberty, 5lr Charles Hon. Hor- ,'cc Archamhault, Sir Charles Peers lavidsra, chifi j-utlce- ol Jlontreal Vof. Dean Watdron the McOIll lav; faculty, Mayor La-1 Mr. Smith predicts that the next J. E. Martin, K.C., batonnier outstanding political event in On- ,f theV-Quebtc lar, acd R. C. Smith, tario irill qe tho appointment of Sir who hid so instrumental.William Ralph Meredith, Toronto Duluth has been tenaed tho world's greatest flaxsc-ed market, but follow- ing are the. figures: Dulutb receipts for tbe- calendar year, 1012: bushels. Winnipeg receipts for crop year, bushels. Will Recognize Street Railway Employees For nursing mothers Na-Dru-Ce Laxatives offer the important advtmt- that they da not dist-orb the rest of the system oi affect the child. 150.'n box a' your Druggist's, NMiml Dm uJ C.. et United. 17! (Continued from front tho chairman of tbe water, light and street railway committee, and tlib su- perintendent. In caso they fail to agree the dispute will be referred lo an arbitration, board, composed of the chairman of tho Blreet railway com mittci; or "ie commlsilontr of public utilities, a member of the 'union ap- pointed by that body, and a third man mutually agreed upon by tho'othe two members of ths board, Thl third man iball be chairman.. If th. repreaentallves of tha two partlei in tiio dispute fall to asree on a chair nati; '.h? District T Judge will be aiiced to appoint an arbitrator. The agreement signed today wl remjln in force until May 31, 19J4 and sbatl to renewed from ycnr I year. Changes may bf made at th end of each year hy either party gh ing 30 days' notice in-wrlling of thai intention, 1ACLEOD DISTRICT FACERS WAITED ON MINISTER despite ttre Ughlncia of money. In the he ssid, -'jou may be interested In the rival 'question, but in Ibe east there IE considerable more stringency than emergency." He hoped tho harvest would re- lieve the stringency, and as for the emergency Uie people may decide to d'lvoto Ibe.'thirty-live millions for some other useful purpose. n Inducing the American Bar justice oi the supreme couu o clntton 'to meet in Montreal. i Ontario chancellor 01 the lint Outside, o! Canadians the only I versify of Toronto, to the choice of an b.K.orory member ot the of lieuteaant-govcmor of lb assoriatfcn was tbat of Maitre Gus- :ave Labori, leader of file French Calgary, Alia., the Macleod district who avc bad n peculiar streak of bat ick for tbe paat four years, eaw >jin Icr of tbe Interior Roche yestefday y deputation to ask that spm chcmn for affording relief be forn: ilatcd by the government. It was stated that the fcrmers he Allenflclds and MclJilde lake se. Ions south of Macleod, havs had ingular run of bad luck for the pas our either hailed ont.i 'rested out or had. riilhcd. >y dronlh each succeeding year' until heir situation has become very ser- ous, Meetings were held In both'dis- tricts r-itonlly and a deputation was Appointed composed of Messrs.. Turner and A. R. McFadden to come :o Calgary and interview the minister to see If there U any hope of the einnttnt 'adopting measures to afford relief. 'The deputation recited the Ills the districts have suffered Rfld aakeJ tbat the government arrange lo make long tlmo loans to tho farm-