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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .THI5-LETHBRIDGE DAILY LETHBRIDCE RAILY H1ERALD I L OTAil 1W. MOIHIwrf Tfc. Lrthbrlilg. tvinlni -arri ve-at the same conclusion. .sent .decline. In the live stock busiiies is one which will-be-readily, accepted >In- the early days wa and transportation rates t martefe were BO high tha charges practically -covered; th the product. ..LaTer, Uhe miirketV to. expand, 'am 'price of'grain, mers began to attention to lo'lhe neglec. "of live stock. This process, to. Hie-pre has caused the alarming 1 -decrease in: the- supplies of sheep." In are mid 'that the decline. In number ot cattle some in. ,'-'.the Iu; Saakatcheivan i'tbe similar. ID AFa'ui- Mobil they are "worse, in that the stock- cf.'tra'de Tvlth the ranchers of :AlhETta f'has disappeared. thHt present and no itime is'more JavoVable than now for, "'putting the live on a basis. prlce-oi' and higher values of land..'all -their influences'In; raiding the v'aluea -'fdrTlive stock. Another, factor, Vhich, considerably- -help -in 'opening ;the'-eycs of-the farmers tovthe lucra- -tlve r.atiire of the Industry, ls--the -experience of the ,past.tvo .years. Itj niust have shown .him that white. prain growing under favorable, cir-" .'ciiniBtances Is a proftuble pursuit, tbe In some districts la too high for'1 the farmer 10 rely solely, on It. among the farmers lost no time proflttlng- by what they had gone rthro.ugh, and scores.ol men. last 'win- ije'r-went into .stock The increase in the numbers of -itoclc, .aE a conserjueilce, -took the by surprise. aiid diirlpg.April -andT'MayV'tney -found-themselves un- to absorb all that offered. were iniet with-a-seriouB owing to the unprepared- of the .western packers who -were not alive.to'.tbe new conditions. the eastern itrong, niltl cattle and.Bb-eep could be to. Jiontreai and Toronto so 'aB.to leave a fair price-ibr. the. feeder. Had the eastern markets been flat In absorption would "have ,given a setback to the .new Industry at HB commencement. ..To quote the "practically all lha 'ii 'reqiilred'now ia a reasonable aseur Vnce markets will tak-e al' thatas. produced without too mucli o an 'expenw in, transportation." To -cbae'to specific results whicl will "tendTfpwards encouragement in occn demoustrn ed that more quickly an economically-finished on outdoor feed lots than, in-ivarm states. Those who have adopted" Ibis system are un opinion that the'bet ter- mtithod-'of' winter' cattle Is to keep them in open sheltered yards.with plenty of roughage before them. ;r- of .farmers -Iir the est, the uewly-csiabllEhed de-moiT- afratio A larnis in ;he .Iilea ;wilh .profitable' results. On the Olds and-Clareshohn farms, which were entirely composed bE raw land, the only'to be purchas- ed, but to hp flraivn to'the farnis. The feeding'of the steers-'Was done more, with the-purpose of. gainiug lerlence'.that' valuable next .when the have produced-their'.own feed, than wit a( vle'vt. tb''nlaking any eitra or dinar, profit." .The-labor charges araounte1 6 Iiead. This is acknowledgei o" be a Marge amonnt and would re- atra.saving a farmer could.mat vho is strong-handed enough .to d Is and -draw his own eeri. After paying %1 per .head to abor.. andean" interest allowance o 3.34 :-pec .'head; and the -purchase., o II consum. of 110 per .head "was made.; the'.'prpvince of .Ontario, feeders frbeeEccaYi'le, generally figure- tbat i sell' their fat cattle .tor ?-i- liead than they paid for thdm doing pretty well it can clearly be seen, as Review-.'points ,out, -when 'the dif- irence -labor between feeding n< the stable and feeding in a yard, a these particular steers were fed, ithout.auy protection whatever ex- re considered, that e'dirig. cattle -In, Alberta ie not .an Thevshrewd .farmer will lose no ne. of the experience Ihcrcdi bV-jtlrc. demonstration farms, nd 'will -.make himself acquainted [th.-'the fast-form of feeding practis- l beef type. The oblem sliould.; be tackled nd' scienUrically, and there is not a ouptllmj, .there Is much prosperity head, 'attendant, risks, r farmers who intend following an cc.upalion'pn-up-to-date and practical is well'fo add that in the .Cen- raisihe'and feeding :ls a proniAble; Industry on Janil val- .ycd at f.lOfl an, with .labor Juet a'E'expensive; Lfts it ia -here, but in working' out a profit in (he industry, .the greatest care la observed in the .three'..following iteme: The class of .aetecle'di.Tthe .treatment given -.to Block; the method of feeding, anil finishing. Our demonetra- for giving farm- and Important information; Selkirk bocn (lead n cvntui-y liiu tan't defend hhjieolf. Aihlotle mooi rhclii at Hod Door Mila yem- That (tfwii's Tayorlto, Mr. -Kdwnrd llkoljv.to coiuuoto A.BI In foin- events .was not Bpccuy enouehMp .tak'o The ceuienl-duty cut In .hair and llieit the aucTger ivdiicea Ilio to face the Increased HQ And thon eomo': peojile tell you that tlip removal of R nrotOcU ive duly means vreckius our niumi- fflctiircrs. We need, a lot of this kl'hd of wrecking If It will have.tho en -Affect us tho reduction In duly'.on cement. HegluB is growing. -It already a city, with fine public skyecrnpors and-the like. Il nlso hns n nev.'apaner. thai Is u.uen-s. paper, and that Is the Lander. That' paper has' Just issued page iiu'iu1' rereals thoj wonderful velopment taking: pPace TET-' ritorhil capital. The illustrations show- that Reglnn is n real, up-to-date cicy. The St. ThoniasV In SepiembDv hist ihe Liberals 'nihfle -ir ,lo defeat, Iloutjlilori In Sotulj Mqndny, Mr. -.W.-.A.' 1 ofvUftrrlo, wau''Clveii Ihby u'cclRmatloii, ;irGrlt pcan- '''dldatc not boliis nvnllnhlo. ayldenuo.aC 'tho Clobo's "nillUnnt-_ Times Is wronR.' Mr. Lennox was not ojipoeoil by a Mlicrol but uu ox-Couaci-valJre JI.IM1., Thus. 1-lnin- to rcclprocUy. A Llb: oral, linn about ns much, cluaico 'In South Simcoo'uE.n nt tlje Tho Ottawa1 government Mb.al slxos and sevens. lion. George B. Intervleiij-ed will (juesilon; -wlillo'ln during tho laef session. Senator L'oughbed, 'a fellow member of the, government, Buhl there, would be u'referonduiu... It will bo remembered Uial Mcssrai tel, Monk uud Pelleticr were fleeted in tho referendum policy and" nre low momberE of tha Foster 'also dlftcrs with Mon, Robert Rogers. He "says w'H govcrumpnt owned elevators, anrt the lonorft'bjle Bob declares ,'thbro will be. The members of the Uorrten goveru- V to get loselbcr- (llaiuilton" Herald) If ihe tobacco, .grown, .in AVestern Ontario is anything the tobacco jrown in Quebec, we agree with the Condon MetliodiSE.'confereiico.that It's a grow.it. Sam's Plain .Speaking (Winnipeg Free Press) Hon. Sam -Hughes', .In defending his iction in.cutlmg outl'itic''-ciifilcea.at he militia, camps, tleclarsj cbat "the jiot. QUR POINT "Bobble Roget'B.rmfly. woo Miss SOB kHlche.wan .with M'many promises ns he can-offer, 'but''he ivill never win The Dprden policy Is dii- 'illc'B-by' order in walch anil you will ly 'after :ihe whom: Rev. 'Dry- about Vf miin would regain.-ponBClouancs's -or' noL was wis will .blankcty blank It Isn't n bylaw It's a provincial general or a bye- "l-! J We (hat iMr..'ilorden docBii'l bof 'Llmt "ihe west '.itill for' (he.'lpag o'f j't'ho; by giving th'e.Litlc' ;'tp 'jlhrtfl; 'the .Wfnnlpoff Frcc'I'ress Vrltlclzoa J.orrt Selkirk. thing- lo dov since Lord o serve drinks to are oolish enough to be addicted to the aim." The case ould not "be put An Exceptionil Cace, The Borden very an- ioiis to have it thoroughly .understood hat the re-diiction.ln the duty Tient Is not ,au th.'it the dminislration is desirous of reliey-) ng the tariffs. Perish the" tlipiig'fit. Bprden overnmenL is not yet far "enough rc- loved the cold "shadftB of.oppo- tion to'forget th'at it wss the'money .vishly supplied by-'milliTfed icturers that1.pulled party-out of ie. Slough No, the Coiiservati'vd preg's is "-'au- thorized by- the government to say that th-3'dnty re- duced; temporarily tional igeneraL'elec: lion if' and Hon. Joke.' 7, -.-Greedy from the fighting, linos .chrit; -heroic' measures, are. necessary if -the. Con- servative' party, -is- lessly; Etvamped'-under'--the indignant .-Captain." Ki ypu-'make ihq.iffisoner walk tha r he abso- lutely. 'refuses tO'be of ihe apec- lable. nnless we giinnuuee him a .per- centage '6f ilia moviug ylcture ra- celpts. A-Young Man's Discovery -f-Th'Sy are saying at the Hill that-uot long ago the mlDister.of.iwo. depHft- ments, walked into the oHlce edat block to see hia deputy. He met a young clerk, who. appeared rath-er.. to resent .the. intrusion; .and jftid A "What--do yon the of IndlRii 'young ;man "Who 'are :Hoiu'Robert Rogers replied: .am the Britli' CoBt" Him At a smoker at a Washing ton club ..RepreseVfatiye. Henry of Texas.J.told one of his storieg; about'international ".Count BUld, Vwne per- haps tfie meanest foreigner'-who eyer hooked a Yankee .h'eiress" marrie'd Liitta .Golde at Here are three good ones 45 xsI25 feet -.OntCth South, for- merly licid SI..''facing south lind.n spiondld building Eltc. TERMS Lots 51 and 52 Block 130, on innu bo sold nl :onco. Por lot, --Terms 'to suit. Four Lots, On Ulli St., South, Cueing citsl; a splendid site [or tbruu Biio'd- liousgB.r Cnir-bp. hail.. Tor MacLeod Co. Dominion r i Phone 1212 Itiii Paris ;.'and the iiext S.'OOJl.OOO'fraiics.1-. u'o.'npt aViite laid rOigiion.' 'Ttie wedding; j two M1-Tirinriefiij'ql'l3 Journftl.-. COMPANY ,s j Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF te 111 to 115 SSierlack Building P.O. Box 1979 J Phone 1291 EV VQTtELP PKOGEESS The following irrigable lands f are now for sale at the prices and terms They are located in the Lethbridge districts, and Excellent Investments t -Uon 'southeast 'quarter In TowiiBliiii 9, Rnusc 20; .wc-3t iifflf of. Section. 33; Section .east lialt .of sectioii- north half ,ravL noilfa half of -.TowliBliis 3, section all in..Tqwnsblp 9, range, Range 21. f: 'V, of Nordi" of Section in' 8, 10; Sections.1, 3, and 4, in Township .'Knnge -20. .'i .S half of Section 14, north, half- or Section-. Ton-nshlp 0, Range 20. ,'v' :'7p. nn East half and gnarter-qf. Section 10, -'in Township 9, Range 19; "northeast.xquarter .bf :-v 'PER ACRE 'XprLli' lialf of Section 20. PEK ACRE: r gifartcr qf: .'SoiilJi luilf.of .Sectjoii 23, Section 2J, Iii'.TpVn- Section half and. aoutfiengt'-.qunrter ship. 20; solitlin-est :quartcf 'of Quarter 2S, ill Township .8. Hiin'ee .20.-. Annual with interest at alx -per annum.' '.For. full partic.Dlars apply at v.; ''--.v''" Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 Emploient Harris fllson If y.ou require help or if you are. loolc- ing'for JBEGIN BLOCK Phone 141 ?K PHONE -.-.Mdi'tui's iBa'ggiigc-. DYNAMITE, CAPS-and FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES Vi OILS GHEASE9, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS TAR ANO -j'. BpUTS, ETC.' SOUTH ;