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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday i December THE LETITBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 11 You Can Now Buy Hardware at Hardware! at Once A positive_ clearance; lease has premises are required lor another" tenant. We are .quitting. Our Stock, which, is now. being sacrificed Las a well established reputation for being clean, well selected and of first quality. It includes everything found in an up-to-date hardware, Ranges, House1 Furnishing Hardware, Tools, Kitchen Utensils, Cutlery and General Hardwares You can now select from our stock most acceptable Xmas Gifts ;at less than wholesale prices. South any Meeting Held There Was a Sue-, r Subscribed in New.Cqmpany Magrath, Dec. concise, j'jsliless addresses marked the meet- In tho Electric Theatre last rsvcnlUB1 In the Interests of Uelany's .Irntted, of Lcthbrldge, and the mixed 'arming interests In the- south gener- W. B. Mltford, of SlltConl and Company, who are promoting the en- er'prise, and 11. If. Cragg, of the board if directors, were the speakers, and hoy" delivered two clean cut irescnllng in cold, trenchant scnton- Vi business, proposition, and the audience present saw.tho point Vlilie the camjialgn.-has just ug'uraled here, eight of tho Garden Farm, and 'aider 'influential citizens irero 6h the There was'a' spien- did attendance, among the number be? Ing a few.very heroic Udiea who fol- remarks" of the gentlemen with as puch.eagerness as-dld.tbe rheii, Jlr. Cragg was the He" told In plain English JuBt how Te- Limited .would help tho farmer. The flrat thing'for< any company }ust launching la to In- spire the confidence 'of the -public. This was. Ing to do.'and they were calling tbe whole propoSilUpri discussed tatlier'-tKnri'in'the privacy of the parlor or In the back yard. Everything In connection the scheme was aboje Aboard. After'tell- ing the directors and. ihpse.Vwho to rainago iho plant, 'Mr. Craeg pro- February. In tSls'little chuirch has beeu used u a niarn wnnhin irrnrriitivl.i0..the usages ot the Chujch" ol Englacd, but the new Lord Ne.1 Bon, who Is a Roman in a letter to'lhe'Vicar lhati ot Ills c'junibl. be has.taken of .the building ind'carihot'aliow 'Anglican services to be held-there. ..y.jTbelafe Earl, who died age 80 a Trell knownjsburch- man. by the Archbisb'op of'iCanter- bury as "the grand'pld man pi tho'CbuVch During his long oi-cu- faacy o! Tfafaisar he toot the keenest interest' services held In'thejlttlc church be cloaed to tba'Anglicans.- -i..- fV- .appeu.-v. heet CDC Uiliicd" some tleles and Ti as 1 1 writte'B er most substantial- farmers _ and (0 out.the toslblljly. of the establishment of'Buch a'pldnt'in. _ :lncas men have secured stock in plant, whlcb promises to be of nch'v.iat bcnedt to tho agricultural Mry In Southern' Alberta. H. Mntkln, secretary of the Agrlcul- Society; lllshop Ixjvl Harker, :Jident ot ttie Society; n. W. Urad- owner of. the famous Kosedale was 'the centre, he con- tinued, of thft densest population west of Winnipeg. Probably you never thought of that, bill it is nevertheless the case. We have., u-hn are new raising'the hogs and cattle and feed their packing plant. Lethb'ridge b'as the ciosl direct connections %nd belter avenues of transportation to points than any other Can- ada Eave. possibly .Wriilipeg and Van- couver. market'across the line is unlimited as'is tb'e atti- tude towards removal of thft-tarlff and the E6ndlhg of agents to this and other countries' in an en- deavor to pull meat shipments to ttio United Stales. Then tnereMi, the home market Wltk posslbiy V doicn packing, plants Jn aetlve o'peritfin lii Western Canada, hundredsxif carloads of bams and bacons are being Import- 'e'd from Chicago and Kansas City. Tbe west is filling up iuiiMjie taslo of the people for pa_clithg Iiouse 'pro- ducts Is correspondingly Increasing. At this point Mr. Cragg wac asked as to the low price of at present. In reply ha said that the yerj- absence of packing plants In Southern Alberta The Highest in QUALITY but Not in PRICE If It's On the Market WE HAVE IT MARKET .responsible fpr. the condition ot the" market 'BdrnY and ther< Swift jeople are crowded to their 'full ca- jacity. They tnnnot fill thelr'brders and are known to be turning-'down sufficient business to run the pro- posed Lethbrldge plant Of .course, the market Is ccasequenlly glutted, and the crlce goes down Bimpiy be- cause they don't caro whether they get the hogs or not Fut a plant in Letnbrldge and the problem of i mar- Itet 'all the. year rbimd Is solved. MitCord dealt'.eiolmlvcty with the .-financial endj of the. proposition showing' wherein Delany's looked like a paying concern'.'and E prqlltablc InvcEtTnent. He ciied in stances c< phenomenal earnings In the packing house; business and sa'w no reason why a similar plant cqull no1 make Lethbrldge, the jpgica' centre' of the best mixed farming country in the Dominion of Canada Fortunes had been, made in die' bnM nets and there are fortunes still to be made. It was an opportunity the Cafmers to' create their and'at the same Unie reap the'benent of having slock a concern Which was reasonably aiiro of netting enor- mous dividends.- The speaker asked if anyone had shipped Block lately to Calgary'br anj other distant market. Bishop lUrker said that be had recently made a ship irierd'of sheep to Ed ni on ton, and hi figured that his savjng on that con ligament, had they been taken by a L4lhbridgo amount to 12000. Mr. Mlltord concluded by tell- ing a pood one on Dehiy. He eaid he aaw a fine fat hog go through the; bacV door, and In answer to a ;lon Oeorgo he cents a pound for 11. An-hour later the beautiful; white 'porker was hatiglng In the niarket and chops changing hands at 23 cents a I. "Somebody" mada a hog on taid .Mr. 'iscthcr1 (t .y.ft was not a' mah ed" gent) e'ujeipj VaVa.' ivlf bhcld cyarpuB. Tlip Society :ield. Its' reguTarr session, last. Friday fternoon .T school papyy hur Spenjer, .was 4'pj Deryi Miss (Hyde Spericer; solo, Lweuzo t -r .-.The, .in .the Electric Theatre teUTi Dramatic In eje.rx con- to -iare. to i be th'o excel- The one continuous laugh, and pleased the large audience immensely. There waV" one feature, a most essential part, also, nnd that is the eTcelient .make- up of the participating artists. ever did this work are indeed clever and must have a long and varied eipeilenca. tEAVE SON NANTON Guelnh, Out., Dec. .4. Gowdy, mayor of Guclph for two years died last ntght, aged eighty-three. Ono of hts seven sons is Thomas, who liven in Xa'nton, AHa. Mr. (lowdy was connscted with several business institulioos here. o did good one, and the Infenl industry not wiTit for far the Garden City is' concorne'd. Among the num- SPECIAL for _' v Let us assist you in reducing the "High Cost of Living-'; tJic curenss per lOc Hogs, In the side, per ft pork, pci ft Leg, pork, per Ib ,Mutlon by tlic carcass, Ib i, by the side 14c 14c 15c 1'ioilf Quaitcrs per Ib. HiiUl Qiinitci's, jior Ib...... 19c. Bpiitig 19c Fowl, pci 17c Ducks, iicr We g'narniitce our meats to bo of- tbe highest quality obtainable, dressed -in our own slaughter ihpn so by experienced butchers. Our Pork Sausage trade hns more than the. p'afct month. We stake our reputation on the quality of ,our' r Order Phone 452 Office Phone 1522 ;