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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UMBER BUYE WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING NEW, WHICH WE OFFER YOU AT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT. V IM Ef COMPLBTE-STicK OF LIME; BLASTER 1ND BALDING PAPER, and are prepared to furnish any bill complete (SUCCESSORS TO ENTERPRISE LUMBER CARLSON, Secretary and General Manager R. ftANEY, Manafer UthbrWfe w I PORK RECOMMENDATIONS The following is the report of th Pork .rGpmmiseion- to the Alberta. Government: To .His Honor the Lieutenant-Gov ernor-in-Council: V 6, haying'- been ap- the great" seal the "province, bearing date the 3rd day" Board '.to the Lieutenant-Governor-inCouncil the conditions surrounding: the -mar- of pork and keting and- handling pork products m the and ,ers A Fair Price [five..: cents pounds live Veight) for his but th_at, he has not in tr re- advisability or otherwise of Gpverrir merit establishment assistance or 'plants, and ar particular reference to the cost, capacity, .plan of management? and scope of operation arid generally to enquire'. into and report upon the-best means under existing circumstances in; the insuTiriff; for the hog producer therein: a fair price for-his beg to report; as follows After notice .thereof through the press your coirimissibners held meet- ings the taking; of evidence, all of ......__________ representatives of ers visitied the plant- at Hull we _that. "tmiej taking tiie province as a we would also endorse -tneir recornnienda tioa, with certain .'.further outlined in adduced before your throughout. the pro- vince, and given by its most" sub- stantial farmers, who in many cases represented different farmers'Morgan- -yvhp riPt for but loir their 'organiza- Jons, under instructions to uo goesvtp> not; only the what he consid- although- a siocKhdlder, did, must solve for them the difficulties not, as .a rule, patronize his own they have run un airamfit plant if forme? homes and er bis a--rival the lack of a stable market foi a smallj farm products. Theresas no or .could in many reason why th mstances_afford to-sacrifice his.stock fide farmer in for the. differeur he -would 'those of from since In rae first of "all .yictiimized by the promoters of the and- then fci' himself, 'and the private owned wfcerns were enabled to step in, tal w the business oi the plant, Iheiirbuy the? plant i 1 atwhat it first- place, or IMS, ,and operate it the farmer where start, -at Ontario conditions which they are agairi confronted with IK. this province.' v The market meats is right here in Alberta, and there' will al- way? be the English British have cost; in -the market in the north home as far market, and country.. possible. n ply ihe might be left to the private concerns if they occupy it. To do eund bui to .suit the trad reasons, ...first, conurolled more ery ceive any price at -.all; that he 'is able to the market ;v that lis i energies have been curtailed on tmow whireitoilurn iriarkfet for vhat he can raise in the line, ven at any and still seventy- five per "cent, of the cured .meat .is liiporled. "r" At the time that your commission. the r creameries have -done, that the arti-- dunng! ele to snit lhe trade can not wx i vjaAVAdi LILC JLfJ-Ailv lire proof aa As a very great part of the cost of on Ntxt ad a carload lots from one station to the next to. made up. ther but u would obviate the .difficulty oF forc- ing the .patron to keep 'hoes 8 ter the fa could had arrived a more secured. In e the balance of the full value of their product, less the cost of; and marketing the .same and a sum sufficient to pay local expenses, such as insurance taxes directors' remuneration, etc.; also less per cent, per pound live weight. This one-quarter cent, per pound to be applied to the creation of a fund for the purpose of paying back to the Government their Your commissioners would further recommend that all -patron" bT lS to Center into All tht Hofi Get our on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted MetaQic Siding Metallic before buying original thereon. investment And at the and same interest time to which they wish to to the ng of the association of whTch tfiev members. And any patrons wh? their hogs in contravention to agreement shall be subject to for of such SUch fine ..1 whom the farm- er-Md confidence. -The farmers in Benin ark ;do not receive raid "from the except as to the shipping and marketing facilities. They have a system of country banks they, can-: -borrow the capital needed. They guarantee each othets liabilities, and they trun their own they .agreVto supply, such plant with their hogs' under certain penalties. UUAIC allot shares to each patron equal to :he amount paid into this fund by ;he of the one-quarter of a cent per pound on his product. Your -commissioners would further recommend, when the Government ndebtedness has been financially >aid off by this fund, that this fund then Applied to paying a reason- able the patrons on the Amount of shares held by them, and aie the balance to be paid as a bonus on each pound of pork sup- )Jiert, shares to become n y to bona-fide patrons, arid then nly by application to and with con. ent of the directors. But in the vent of the removal or death of, any atrons, and where application hag ot been made for such transfer by him or his heirs for the space of one year subsequent to such removal or death, the directors may hare power to cancel such shares and apply the proceeds to the general fund. Your commissioners would further recommend that in the event of it being found necessary to erect ad-! ditional plants at other points in the1 province, these patrons who wish to withdraw from the association should be In the or if the from any We have juat placed a carlpnd of the well-known Metal and Siding C3p.'s goods in aura's mnom Office and Pactory Cr. HIM Mi mm ITKfTI Telephone 153 Capacity. AS. to the proper nee of a with amount of capital involved 'thew appears to be an uncertaStV the day of building Plants is passed; that the .at present is not to withdraw from the first existing j3art! SdiSS! leis are may do so with the approval of the in, directors, the Chares held by them i only advantage in being transferred. to the new plant fn S21 in their ability with which they-may in buyini because they wanted to ___ ter themselves. They hare cottie from Canada for the ind to hold _.__rf 44V4U at in Denmark, nor would they care to guarantee each others' liabilities with which they" may the amount of money thus withdrawn from the first existing plant to be made by the remaining patrons as before. As each. patron would natttraUy wiah the plant to be located neat hiV of to M to Tand j alefitimatel ...pliat tf iuiWlng for much leai General Teaming If you have any teaming of any kind to do ring me UP, PHONE SOI. Your f wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal mnit be paid for on delivery. WM. Ring Up 108 When you want promptly and JOHN BRODIC t, J ;