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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta � ,^r.v>;-.>v,.vv-.>-^,-/..;.,-;.^a;'':.:-i.. �\j::v.v...:^^:....,.'\.-.;;.;.i..-.u.ivi- Beer Combine The Deof Cotiiniission baki a sess � inn at Olcichon 6n Wednesday aftei-tioon. 'Phoro w-cic only thi-ee witwsses, one a; 'butcher, and two stock incn, who'gnye some Very mtercsting in-foriimticin. 'i Mr. Miller of Milter A Wilson, hwlchcrs of Oleichen, suited that P. Hums & Co. coiftroWtNl the retail Itrice ot meats, aird his pi-ofit on n carcass wqs only $1>'>, the snitic iis 'that of ether liutchers. He hod supplied hirtclMTs lywf iit 10c. per pound to Uurns & Co. Mr. Reynard, a iwicher. said that he had boon raising- bpnf for u no(>f caltl-e, as he found ill past years that ho couWI not giE* buyers for his lK?ef. Tlw Inrg* buyers, he,said, paid no nMonlion to the small rancher. He h�tl f8iinKvk>ii sent biin returns at llio cute ol $:\'* fx-v head. Hega riling lli.' buyiM's being in league. Mv. Ilrown .milil that the year liefoiv lust P. llurns & Co. on'cre.1 , hinii S">.'i n head lor sonv s-teors. This ho lofusi'd. tiordon & lroiisi�les canw along, Mml tlvir hu.vor olTemI to pay $A a lii-atl les.-i for the cattle. A tlui>d Iniycr then ap|>eaixNi on tlu-[scene in a low days and woulil not take the cattle. Under circunv- Lmc Took a Gloomy Vitw 0()rgo lAinU t6ok n gl(Vci-fi'i|> View ot llv tivatment Which l*>Vglnnd was hiintlini; out to Canada fn connection with its cattle nrtcl sniil that the iM-ner, for somo' timo iesiel ortd he do.scrM's thoin all; but it full.*) ili'to error v Ivn it says that Milir "liveil in the West c>ver siiu'e 1870, when li.i ariMvTit his cat. lie in trainlouds ainl ho stigmatised the action of any nitin who .sent cattle from Calgary to Winnipeg as a \ery cruel one. The shipivrs should clemnnd pt'rnii.ssioii from the C.IM{. to unlotul for the purpo.s*. of feeding and w-atei'ing and tlu' C.I'. It should CleaDing Pressing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Domiuioa Garment Co. Ladies' Tailor-made Skirts to m�a-sure, and for Crown Tailoring Co. Your own material made up. Bepairiiig Altering pnynm.s-K-r of nif Ills ninny friene long spared to continue the good work. Foil S.VLrO-Soda Fountaifi com -plele. Apply J. .J. John.ston. Druggist, Lethbridge. I' bound lo nce(>de to their iliimaU'ds. Cattle raising governeil this country, ih; nl.wiiys bought hini s.'lf ann cattle look very Imd when the.v were unloading at I^iver -pool hut the proposition to sell dressed l>eef in the ohi country had not got a leg to stand on. 'I'^he chill-cdbeef from N'ew York which sold in theold country at S cents p�>r poumi was superior to Canatlian th>ef and the Arg(.*ntine b^^�f was also cheap aiwl good. Mr. l.nno said he vas never Ix)uihI to buy in certain districts, ami nov-jer i-eceivod any consiileralion' fronv any Co. for refraining frimi buying cattle in certain dl.stricts, nor did his firm rct'ive any money from lUirns' Coy. for bu.ving or not bu.v -ing cattle. They had alrctidy hnd lots of trouble in the inspection of brands. Many insiwctors w-erc all right, but others \wrc wil,ling to take a certified list from the ship|i�?r. In the mutter of transportation the in i I way company iniight Ivave done better. He complaine a Ion for hay. Calgary was ns bad. .Vt the stock .xai'ds the charge was $20 a ton For hay. Wiien asked who would take the small farmers cattle, if theix' was no Burns' Co. stated that ho would probably raise them for home con -smni)tii n, Ho statemeivt made by the -Minister of .Agriculture on Mon