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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUtUAY, AUGUST 28, 192U THE LETHmuneJJ DAILY HL'KALD PACH N1NK OF INTEREST TO THE The Cattle Embargo r (Winnipeg Ttleeraoi) ;Tlie Kmrilre Press delegates have ;iol been allowed to pursue Ihelr lillssful way through t'auatU without having e few good hoosa truths press- ed upon their not unwilling attention. They heard about tho'unfair Brlllch embargo placed upon tho Importation of Canadian catUe from Hon. Manning minister of agriculture In tho Ontario government; and wheii they entered tho citadel of the old-lime tjUlla country, (hat rocal cow-town Calgary, they again heard a great deal .more about ibe embargo. Mr. H.-B. "BeaneU. K. O-, was. Ktaslon'E spokesman, and few can better' Imple- i youiic animals of.'ia vsr-. loiis classes of live stock. Xvedless 1 to say tho Farm is unable to rill 'all the wauls for obvious rcacoui such as being sold out of the viarlieular class of not having animals of the ase or tes wanted; 'onO nut talned ever since purely m the keeping represpntallves'of ilia breed of tie Irish mile industry. Eiery mention of It3 removal brought the Irish. Nationalists, Unionists mid every other sbsdo of Ireland's politic- ians full happy unison to protest at WeslmlnEtor that .such an Injury abosid not Se done'ihe Irish Ihetr catUe trade. They contended thai If the ranchers do the ranges of western Canada fo be allowed to run In their'slock the price of Irish caille must 'so fall to destroy thit Industry. The British acceded to the' pleas, of. the 'Jhshmeil meglsnch aa argument. For years lu.tbh! roipdct, although today they Canadian cattle kepi from entering Great" Britain 'o'li pome old score ol being coata'mlnated 'by 'Alt'- case. Tula has long become a ricllou. It was a'dnitttcd as such In a recent donate on the subject Invttie Houso of lords'. It la another form of applying protection ill a country to which Can- adian frea traders are so prune lo ixijnl iliVfingor of pride -to'iUI, who EUfgest of -jirotecliiin'; for f wishes id protect ILs cattle it hsi" every right 1C But that should be done ty way as. Mr.'.poherly crly reminded Ih'e, Empire aiid not'ljy' casting if health. 'of Canndl'a'n -ri; la 'of. anclc-ut stand' iiilfl .but Ihrough ago becomes nono ilie'vlcei an injustice, and inusl re- ritaih so until' tlie embargo -be lifted. wondering'with whpt gratl lu'do their'concern for tho Irish cattle been Tcpoid. Tbe Impression la that during tho war so'me kind of promiei'. was offered Canada.' by the British coveruhieht that the embargo lifted. If It were noi later couched :ln a formal Et'atemcnL its: Intent .was by" Caiiailj'i" ofBciaia to cieau that our catUe would bo permitted la cm or the lir'illBb.'.Hies without havlnf Id ,br: Blaujhtercd ai the docks whereithcy are landed, as baa been and Js the Tb-expecl journal (its'to eiilerjhe. cattle tuslneES is hardly reasonable; ,1ml the cheers with which they Mr. Benhcti's remarkE al Calgary auggest'lhat; they will UBQ Ilieir "pGns lo splinter the bara of Ibose other, nens now liem in Cauada'a THEJJASH VALUE V'T PEDIGREE 4 (Experimental Farm.s f-'All animals haye a pcUlgree'of some sort whether pure trod 'or scrub. Only the pu'rorbrcd hay'd their pedl- greB registered and haT-e'pcdlgreo cer- A pedliree.jB valu- able -.buiy. 'wli'en-'. It. proves :'EomJi.'i3ct .world while abbiTi either'; taVpfaUy'--or''pihefijsjj.i-ijJYo slock la gooil for Jiut' the real niton- tioh'tojiediKrceithan'cver before and -blrn. say, "that: la. beautiful indiv-ldijal, but T do not like _rX r'. r r who 'atlaches isiost raluo (6 'a is iiie' one whoL. knows the most "about' its '-true.' value. Thp learti of :i, th'nbliaa .had a'firilliani' ca- rcer.'.-.She .nVtiy be pleas 'Bhe .anceElors.tbat were of .little Value inimediaielj-. decides to let her alone regarding-, her aa a freak. On the (itner: hind he may find a. cow thai is not. a particularly' fine individual in type. ho studies her pedisree and finds that she .has for ancestors "rome'.of the'very'best-animals of.tbp. He decides to buy-the cow, J york and handle successfully with any sninll engine. 'Con uleo deliver Twin City All-Steel Thrqshera prtniplly. any Only three dust-proof Lausons, 15 b.p. left at lower prices than they are selling at fnc-tory today. f One 10-20 Tractor in good order, rebuilt, only McCIenaghan Taylor 405 5th Street S. f Lethbridge, A.Ua. ly Costs Less V To have this Trust Company act as Executor under your ,it is organized for that purpose and is an expert by twenty-five years training.. You may have the benefit, of that Experience by writing us for information. TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited WHEAT PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES Bring your certificates to this Bank and We' will collect for you the initial payment of 30 CENTS PER BUSHEL authorized, by the Board. 3Z4 FUND lDGK K.-W. Ilcikic, THE HANDSOPflE On view licre srff r.ot ei- ns yon ninv. ininRliio. Ihcri when no im- mcilialo cTilcrrf sro on hand, Lethbridge MoniK.'icntal "WoAs EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Canadian Trust Company Lethliridgg Convbsave Block TriisLce, Kslale.! MaiWged.V General Fmaiioial, Agcntii Geo, W.' Parsons, Mgr, ;