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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta i r f I Alberta Predicts From Edmonton Saturday writes iVIf consider that evidence en t at Ourdston goos show Unit is bought by Jocal butchers at a price a little over that by big dealers for export cattle ami that these Jocal butchers kill makinga profit of or then when beef is sold for double and liable the for most cuts down then there bo a considerable over the piMtfe revived by the to be among dealers after tho leaves the hands of the produc In fact the greatest profit does not accrue to the the of pork it soems odd that pork can be easily here and pigs go down to 4 cents per or noth ing that Chicago bacon and hams can still come in by the car load and be sold at IS cents whole Thelocal trade in dressed pork seems to be in some amiin some inidcfinable from the small raiser or medium sized Dressed pork sent from Cardston has in most cases arrived at point of destination in a decom posed or artty decomposed Ai the enquiry at Cardston one ship recently wished to send some veal to Ijethbridge was though there is a daily mixed no cars was going down that but he could express this he and express rates are It js evident that packing plants of some kind are totake care of a surplus when it aiwl at present our resources are standing and money that is made is go ing to a foreign country to buywhat have at homo in so we lose in buying what we r keep and vre money that we should bring in for products thatwe ran So our loss is a double we arc spending cap to live instead of living on the interestand making monay to draw more Mutton is altogether too scarce in country and the old range idea tho the country is fenced up and mostly owned is still pre valent that sheep should not al loved in a stock Without packinghouses we are throwing away our second and third grate paying freight on an article that sells for and going to enormous expense in get ting to market something that buy ers do sot wast in that If we do mot use up what nature has given and continue to pay other countries for what we ought to raise at we are burning tlie candle at both living on capital that Js coming Jjtto the country ami up wlwt sliould stay here and mul Going on by present metiiods moons that we make sojne money by coimtVy aivd m then we send his mouey away to import products and feed themat also moans that Alberta will soon bankrupt her self and we are Jiving in a fools darkle says The proof of the puddeu in is the eatin not Ln the chawin d in vve prefer to chaw the Uecder in his evidence before the commission seemed to think a Faryiers Cooperative plant would bo batter than a government However the of usare of the opinion thatpackingplants are need ed and it is up to some ingenuous individual to perfect the best Though our home grown pig meat pg rneur The ScandalCampaign From the Canadian our butchers declare that the home product is as good ns the If so the foivigu must bo especially lit A little public spirit would do it patriotism thai kept the AnuLri cuii Tobacco oui the patriotism of tlxj small or or ilarry or ve no patriotism except the IAt riot ism of the dollar Why shoultl not a patriotic Alijeitun insist upon eating raised nieat instead of Will us why u far mer should lx to sell his products itt a price that iminlulls him vho gets nil the train suddenly from some distant place We ctiti produce in Alberta all the meat con sumed ten times should be instead of iiu j As soon as the meat trade finds itsolf and conditions aro regu am packing plants are estab as the fly of alone can be counted by tho thousand which Will icrul to mon ey quickly Then there was n little slump in real estate the towns would not die by magic and IK lying idle with not a loaf fluttering on n tree aixt everybody going debt for If the town man or business nmn could be brought to see that his in ro identical the farmers that rise and fall a good deal would gain Smith goes to market it isjust as ensy for her to insist upon having Alberta products sent home as to insist that her gloves come from Paris or her 5rat from To Public opinion can do a FOR For correspondence course in good Owner unable to go on with Apply toBoi Her ald Apparently Dominion eralcleciion is to precededby a scandal Both sides are lining up for the not more than a year and the campaign is The Conservative Wm bcfis who have ufready spoken liave emphasized the of the present the the presence of They seem to argue that because in Ontario by such that llorden will win by in the AH their on prgios in the jnist two years have been concentmted on discovering sozueihing that would smell1 in the nostrils of the ilas Canada fallen so low that it only scandalwhich will make a change in yovernmeirtV Have we irot down to the level of Xew Philadelphia and other United States Is it that CanaUi never turn a government out unless it can te proven numbers and hangerson weie guilty of bood 1 ing or graft If it would be well to furl the national flag ami the national monuments in it was not thus that Sir got back to power in He drafted for himself and his party a new and definite policy he won on an aggressive and posi tive If thepartyof which he was a member has not the abil ity to present something a long the a forward movement in national then it must have fallen on evil The weaknesses of the present govern and undoubtedly there are such as usually charact erize governments long in may exposed and should crit Alongside of such criticism there should IK something of promise and There must be a policy which will appeal to the iniagination ns well as to the judgment of the body It is to be for the good of Canada atid for the fair repuintion which she has won among the the counting cam paign shall not be wholly up on what arc to be public and political OLD OLD OLD There are no days like the good old The days ivlien we were youthful When humankind were pure of And speech and deeds were truthful Before a love of sordid gold ISecame mans ruling And each dame ami maid be came Slave to the tryant Fashion no Sirs like the good old girls the world Id As buxom and sniart am i heart As the knew how to mal em They vero rich in spirit and conunon And piety all supportin could bake and kiul tuuglit And they made such likely ccurtia There are no like the good oU WlicTi we were boys together IVhen ihe grass was swoet to brown fivt That the When the pewoe sungto the suaMMi Of the bee in the billowy Or dowu by the mill tho whippoor will old its song oveti Tlicie isno love like the goo The love that mothergave us We are old pi aga in Tor that pixxiious M us So we dream and drenni of the food eld Ami our hearts grow As those dear old dreams brin gleams Of heaxen away oir Minards IVar fall I got thrown on a fence and hurt chest very so 1 could not work and it hurt me to I tried allkinds of LininuMHs and they did me no One bottle MLVARDS LLVT MlLVT warmcl on flannels and ap my cured me com COSSABOOiL R oss Di gby S A 3ound woman was telling her Sunday school class of boys the oth er Sunday about the Soc members are by sickness to beds or Whom can we think said that would have had y for these that are so shut in I saja a little Someone in the Biblev aint eachcr And wKb Georgie was the spiritexl FOH Fountain com Apply Drug ONE OF THESE WILL MAKE YOU Ccihbridac Implement Announce that it is important that you should place your orders for any machin ery that you may though we have the largest stock that has ever been carried in Southern Orders are coming in rapidly and we anticipate a shortage in some Call and see our Spring Buckboards and Heavy Farm which we are sell ing at close prices for first class Leave your order for binder You should a Cream Separator get a it will pay you and save have the best in thn Euimurson and Haying in aclditioii tapiir different kinds of mowers and see our Simple sweep rakes absolute as handled in large qnuntities at little cost and you cannot miss the The big pile of mach opposite the where you fail meet with fair dealing and implement Co OPPOSITE THE ELEVATOR 75 feet Corner Bom pas and Crabb 100 feet Glyn south of Bom pas 50 feet Dufferin and Redpath THESE ARE THREE OF THE BEST LOCATIONS IN THE E O D St Phone 173 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ;