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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta tBSSSSttt* �faeflfia THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE iigad officr, tohonto k8tadl1shf.d imt B. E. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Best, - - - 5.000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Branches throughout Canada, and in tue United states and Btflatl BANKING BY MAIL *5 Business may be transacted by mail with any braaeh of the Bank. Accounts may be opened and depesUs made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention Is paid to out-of-town accounts. CALGARY CLAKKSIIOI.M KDMONTON men utvi:u innisiail BRANCHES IN AJLBKRTA NANTON STAVBLV rlMCHER CkEEK STRATHCONA rONOKA VEGREVILLB MU1 DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS LETIIBRIDGB MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LET H BR I DOE BRANCH C. O. K. NOURSE.  -  MANAOSS Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up..... Reserved Fund........ Balance Profit and Loss. $H,i tiS,l� Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: LORD STRATHCONA AMD MOUNT ROYAL. O. 0. RIGHT HON, VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIR OKOROH A. DRDMMONrt. K M O. c. M. 0. R. 8. CLOU8TOX. OltUAL ITASAOIS Brancnes and Agencies at all tilt) principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* told available at all points In United Statee, Europe tand Canada Interest allowed on deposits at currant rate* Lethbridge Branch - R. r. REEVE Manager A*A^nfcttsi S6ittta1i4 The Beef Commission's Results The evidence given before the boot commission at Us vnriouH sittings clearly points to four things. 1st. That tho large shippers receive favor that the smaller oiioh do not get. Sim). That competition among tha large buyer hits Ijeen practically eliminate*!. flrd. That the farmers understand that the. present high prices are hut temporary and thai as soon as tho province becomes well stocked prices will full to the point where it will menu ruin to him wltohnn gone Into tho business of raising cattle or hogs extensively. 4th. That from one end of the province to tho other the farmers are demanding that the government exercise soma sort of control over tho meat industry. As was to bo expected, opinions were somewhat dlv-Mcd, as to the manner and extent of thin control. The value of organ ixn -slon was very apparent. Prom the memljcrs of tho Allicrta Farmers' Association, beginning at Cardston in tho south of Edmonton In the north and on through Vegrevillc to V�r. -million m tho east there came the same request, namely that the gov -crnment build And equip � pork pack Ing and baef canning plant sufficiently large enough to handle cattle and hogs economically; that it operate tihe same on a margin sufficiently wide to enable an ordinary skillful packer to make a fair rate of inter  est on Ms investment; if the large IMtckers undertake to run the government out of the business, they can only do so by paying h gh prices for hogs, by selling meat at very lov prices, or by combining both; in any event the country at large will be reaping the benefits, and even though the government plant he idle one half its time, if 4t secures fair prices to producers nnd consumers alike it will be one of the- licst in vestments the province can make. From some quarters there had come predictions that the evidence would fall to show anything serious ly wrong with.the cattle and meat trade; that the farmers would ** Indifferent to the proceedings of the commission; that the present high prices woukl seriously Impair its usefulness and that those provinces which withdrew from the invesllgu tlon displayed greater* wisdom tlioti those which continued in it. Subsequent events show that those making such predictions were not in high prices. As to the Interest rflftn* Ifontcd In the proceedings, wo need but say that-the time of the corn-mishlot) was ns well taken up as that of any commission that evor sat In Alberta. Two days were allot/led to ICdmonlon, but a third was found necessary, and although every, mo  irtnnt of'time was utilised, many Important witnesses wore turned away unheard. We ntor nt.lAlh-hrldgc came from Kngland with the North American tlotindnry Commiss-nn whose duty 'it was to settle tho boundary line lietweem Cunada and the I'nlled States from the Lake of ho. Woods to the Rocky Mountains. �Ixrept for short visits ti> ohl Yorkshire. Mr. Proctor has lived ever ince 'In tho Western country. When lie first sow tin1 present great IIy ' of Winni|>eg it was the village f Fort (lurry, with � population of wo hundred nnd fifty |�'oplc. and was n thousand miles from n t'atmd-inn rail road. He built the first side-walk in that city nnd well romem1>cr>t gathering wild strawiierries along the present Main Street. The first year he was In Manltolm vere those of the grasshopper plagues. Then Hour was f8 to $10 per sack ami other commodities \wiv rorivs|k>ml  ngly dear. Flour whs taken to Kd-morrtoii and sold for $25 a sack. Mr. l'roctof has lived at Wood -lands Man., near Winnipeg ever since coming to Canada. Ho was its first postmaster, ami mail-carrier. He is not, of the probcrblnl wild and wooly old-timer ty|>c but is a man whose np|tlibrklge, celebrated their golden wedding. They have Aftoen children, twenty-six gran children and eight great grand children, comprising one of the most remarkable families in Manitoba. The old pioneer has Just passed the three score unci ten mark although he doe* not look it, and his partner 4n life is a .ve�r younger. Those who have hod tha pleasure of knowing this pair of nation-build ors and of hearing their interesting reminiscences hoj*� they have tin ex tendiHl lifostill before them. FARM LANDS 5,000 acrca good lend SO miles east of Warner station and on proposed railway, $7,25 per acre, $3.00 cash, eo bloc. Two half Motions 80 milea south of firassey Lake, $8.00 per aero, easy tcrniB. 320 scree 2 miles north of New Dayton, $11.00 nor ncro, easy terms. 320'Mree 8 mils* north east of Stirling, $9 per acre, easy terms. 320 aeroa l) miles.from Stirling, all fenced ami (52 acre* in fall wheat, $15 a ncro, good terms We sliow our lands tree of charge Alberta Realty Co. 9999 MINARP'S LINIMENT DIPHTHERIA. CURES w 1TH one ribbon and its new three-color device .6*' Ttm l^lU-Chrome is virtually three typewriters in one. It produces indelible black, purple copying or red typewriting, at the will of the operator. One ribbon and a small, easily operated lever do it all. Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 8 Sonth Lincoln St, Spokane, Wash. This machine permits not only the use of a three-color ribbon, butulsoof a two-colotor single color ribbon. No extra cost lor this 1900 model. -TH K- WE RRB HERDQURRTERS FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. HH St GOO N S OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;