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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. JANUARY 22, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER ISO? Published by '.be UthbrUjt Heratd Prlnling Co., Ltd., every lavUul cvcnipj at Iti offlct, SWh St., Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Buslneis Manager PHONE: I----------------------- PKONi: Editorial, Repbrtorlal aTid News Advertising. Circulation and Jcb Department D'parlmervti 1224 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year. delivered ___'................ S4.00 I by mal! J3.00 0 mouths, delivered 6 months, by mail.................... J1.5D 3 u.oatha, dc-IUerrf.................. 51.00 S months, by 1 month. ..................35 1 moutb, ty mal! A is oltec. us ve may expect a howl lo go up from the interests arid (heir organs, just as in the case of the farmers' ele- vators. II was ever thus. 1 they probably could not ialk on a subject of Jnore vilal interest or one more closely allied lo Ihe funning industry. There are many examples untold benefit derived from the fanners work- together in the marketing and handling of [their produce, !ml there is one vital principle jlhat the farmers should he educated up to before jtlicre can be any substantial hope of making the -'principle a success in Alberta, and that is loyally to the inslilulions established on this basis. There arc many complaints that members of the U.F.A. "and indeed of "farmers who are shareholders in co-opcralivc enterprise, turning down the ele- The co-operative elevalor scheme seems lo be a "sore and then sonic" spol with some delegates. We pause to wonder if certain Calgary elevator monopolisis who arc also interested in {he politi- cal game, are not the cause, :lhe disgrun- tled ones who are trying (o wreck Ihe first co- operative boat launched in the province, are not the befuddled tools. wonder. Hon. Chas. Slewart touched the sore spol lasl niglil when he slalcd "that cheaper money is not the crying need of the fanners, but a more slaple credit, wliich will allow Ihe holding of grain for a belter market, or for feeding to slock. It would be one of the solutions for Ihe mixed farming propaganda. It is rather hard for Ihe fyrmer lo make a sfarl in mixed farming when the banks force him to unload all his grain in the fall, leav- ing him none to feed. In many cases, not a hun- dred miles from Lclhbridge, he is even compell- ed lo turn round in the spring and buy seed, al probably twice the price he received for similar grain in the fall, II is onr. of (he faults of our banking system and one thnl will have fo be Gari LVmade if..j'QU.-b'uy sonic.of this pro- This-is the'jb'est proposition in Lctlibriitge.- We have a few lots on Second AVenue North i Sewer, Water and Light In at ihe map. Thsre is nothing closer In at nearly dootlo For quick sale 3350 per only 325.00 per lot cash, balance per month. Otier terms If necessary.1 W.e want io show yo'a'thls properly -as Uiere Is big money In it for you. i GRANT, MOIR CO. Phone 1528 8 Stafford Block, Oppoillt Dlllas DID11HI Decided lo Sland by Board of Trade and the Hospital Board Iioard of Trade and alter outlining the Hoard's policy for thf coming year which included the tetwition of the Industrial Commissioner, he ask- ed that the regular monthly grant be continued, and announced that he answer ar.y questions regard- frig the work of He Hoard ol.Trade. The question ol the nature of the contract held by Industrial Commis- sioner Moflalt.was Ib'.n taVen.upand Messrs. Allen and Fan-cell both agreed that no matter what the con- tract, Mr. Moftatt would not have Stock Now is the time to insurance on yptir Horses and ValuableHorses and Brood Mares Protect yourself by insuring them hsrnihst accident or disense. Agents-for the: GENERAL ANJJIALS' JiNSUKANGE CO., Of Cfintirtsi'' Alberta Loan Investment Co. 416 5th St. 8. Lethbridgc left i jood position la tte East un- ol Apill, 1314. less on the atsumptlon that. The disciifsion of tfiO bond lical he was to he engaged lor a fear. followed at ils close it was mor- Or. rnotlon then, o! Mcssts. llilliard j rd by Swir.netton and Hillianl that and Bryan, (I was decided that .the [the time- ot securing discounts on wa- grant ol J200 a tnonlh he to'tcr and light tie 'extended'from tha the Hoard o! Trade until thirtieth 'first to the .icvcnlcchllTot thc: rtlooth. This motion carried un'tififmousls1. Macleoil, Jan. 20.--The granting of 1300 a month to the Hospital'and of }200V a month In the iioard of Trade for the next four months anywaj Was f [IUI LHU llUAk luui JIIU1IVIIO tut remedied before the farmer can be as prosperous j the outstanding feature cl valor, for example, in which they arc financially as we all profess we would like fo see him. R. Achievement lar meeting nl the town, council held in the hall last night. Btildes the delegation ol three from toe Koa- there were about twenty ol the The "turning out of ten steel freight ears a day aud from elEht to ten stee! cars a month Is the capac- ity of the latest addition to tiie Angus operate. by the O. K. n, M Wontreal. .The new buildings fo, the construction of steel cars arc now In Iho month o[ April atart, The blacksmith shop, wood ed on the buildings, and In tho record and wooden freight car shop jmembers ol the Iioard ol breaklng period of fire months even-; ly uicd In the manufacture oi wooden resenting He biwincm and profession- ot freight car turned out. By the turnln.i; oui Ihlrlr-lwo'car. a day, will September, Iho sixth be utilize tns work 0, caf started In 23 freight' tonsttiicllon. The onlj- change lo be between Iho Pacific and the; nude will be the affording of more shop for i tlantlc. The bulldlns, spaco In stsl of two structures 100 feet by 2001 huge precis and machinery rcyiulrel Lo't ucted iii ng o! al lite o! on hand to auk the council to provide funds sufficient Tor the ol the Publicity Com- missioner's v.orV. President Allen spoke for the Hoard of Trade and succeeded almost at once in getting ll.c council In continue the grarit for thn npst four months in th? operating In full blaat and already feet and 100-feel by 18Z feet rupee-i for constriictlor. over one hundred, freight cars have 1 lively "for Iho manufacturing of. bothi nut nnd consiiuc been added lo the Canadian Pacific classes of cars, a building 72 fcot byUh'.ch all this Vbss of cna'ffa l" rolling stock. Omclala of I WS feet for Ihe escluBlve muniillc. 1 could be moved. Th- shoi which as warrast lnc tne railway eiprens appreciation as to] lure of freight care. fou: bulldlnjs j CO feet by feet, 'will ensile this Iho manner In which the new manu- facturing equipment has been by 208 feet for passenger car trtrlt. das? to le handled In tbe most con- venient manner. by ttlal tlmc !' cha''Rfl1 lo sucl1 nn I it'al mcrncers ol the council their consent to spend the Interests nl town. Mr. A. II. Allen spoke lor tho I Farmers of Alberta We give you a cordial invitation to.cull at our office while you arc in our-city, and show you the opportunity presented YOU now to advance your interests in wnys through becoming n slinre- holdcr in Delanys Limited The Pioneer I'ackitig Plant of Southern Alberta. Jf has more allrno- ivc features than any other project ever presented to YOU in this country. Mitford and Company 405 5th Slrcef South. ;