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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT DAILY TJERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0.1921 Government Owned and Operated Abattoirs for the Canadian Cattle Industry Better Than Embargo Off O- Excursion of Northern Legislators Into Southern Alberta Is Needed To Overcome Ignorance About Irrigation heretofore rtonn by him. An mlildli' of January, the wmttr In thr u of which ii mint rirvful wive- pool frun-, and Mr. Rcnllc wai thw .sufferer. pit was In the mlmU of Hi" lion mule; thtMwfurv we flntl that forcing Manitoba wheat utV tho rJiiKlis'i inarktM. This was ul- tnip of Canadian cattle. If Cana- dian cattle raisers wished to set thoir rtltlo into Britain, they must be pre- pared to reduce. Ilic laritT against British soods uiiil thus lirins ships to Ilr. Clark iritiflzeil the gov- ernment for not. reilucing tlie. tariff vote against the motion. of South Ontario Member in Debate on Brit- ish Embargo OTTAWA, Mar The houno of commons this afternoon considered -i. resolution placed on the order paper by Joseph Archambaull which proposes that speeches delivered In Kri-ncb shall be translated into English anil published in a special dep-.rtment of Hanurd every Moniliy. The prime minister observed that the officials concerned had slated that it "was uulte feasible to print transla- tions of French speeches daily. Ho was satisfied that the motion should The notion was then adopted. On the rasolutinn proposed by Smith i South "that it would not be in the interests of Canada nhould tie government of Great Brit- ain remove the embargo on cattle go- ________ ing into the Pnlted Kugdom." Mi.' Smith said he considered it would j Of Tumbling it tor greater benefit to cattle i COSI OF LIVING In u on on Irfxislaluiv." the lleruid correspondent snys: li-rigutionists in Southern Alberta oufiht to take a leaf out of the book of tho Northern Alberta settlers, who I nuitt are constuntly for iiiore and niiniste hettcr railway service in the .-.etiinns of that mv.v being opened up. I 'The northern fellows arc always un I the job tliey lobby the members j Woolf. 'in a perfectly legitimate fashion. The southern the im- i invasion .iustness of their j cause is sutlicient to carry itse'.f without any especial missionary Vtilrbiiukt buii gathered a boat of nmv races that to gother with him the Hcrvun. Tho public cvti ctM'tiiinly fuel us- that tho mimuftomtMtt of the Kinurcsa theatre iliirlni; tho piist youi' haa not Iweii amiss En providing its with the very best obtain- able. With' this statement. can look forward with nxpoctiutt pleasiire to thla coming picture. Fairbanks has surely spared neither time nor ox- in providing thu very best for to come directly from that district. It is no liso Haying that it Is because thero arc fewer government members who from the south that wonderfullv tarn sets so little aUonUoi. AH "onr of facl. some of tho ablest rti ynil members on tho slito such as Hon. C. H. Mil premier; Hon. C. S. Kiwakor of the house; Martin chairman of the houso com- of tho .-.vliolc. ami Kmnk I.'M'- 'vell. of Warner, arc all ut'onists. B. '20 i are emphasized >f Clyde men. us wo 11 the opoosi- tion mumbers from the doiith, arc up against tho inertia of ignorance on tho part of the mass of the mem- hers of the legislature on th.' repre- j nf irrigation. by tlu1 in Ktlmonton I Miller, of son Sing J7 r.l-'.A. iDcals mid the i makes such Waierhole Board of Triule. who are jspend millioi. extension 01" the Central Can-j land in tiu> south J adii Raihvuv, u pan of the E. U. and! hundreds of thousands II. C. now 1'eing; operated by tho I land available for sett! C.r.R.. from Pea, .Mr. .Miller -an rer Milch Dearer U'ASUI.NUTON. .Mar. Pi-ess) The coat t By C'an- of livinp in raisins industry to labor iu Can-' aa if the built ajJd op- 4-ratet! abattoirs at Halifax where finished cattle rouJd be slaughtered heforr shipment. Then the by-pro-1 would lie mainlined iu Can- j acia and the work would be done by j Oreat Britain, instead of decliuius. Canadian laiwr. climbed still higher during the year i Only Store Cattle Affected 1S20. accordins to statistics furnished Mnch act tattoo had tuten place i gureniment authorities here from; pasi oil this matter and recently5! United stales (Consular agents iu Urn- private Individuals beeu trying to A romniliiliou of comparative dictate to the imperial government wholesale shows prices in i what it should do. These people vtre Benenil v.eiit up per cent. imrrid witli 1S19. This r loiuls of rock, and the many scenes of activity, make it a doubly interest- ing screen offering. It mount. a Para- stepped Into it. lobsters. But j these kinrt of proposals, and benefit thereby. The removal of ilie embargo might lead to difficulties. AT the pres- ent time, Mr. Smith understood rattle from all countries wftre affected by In the food, drink and tobacco group tbe advance was nearly 20 per cent. British barley rose 17 per cent., beef oo per cent., mutton nearly -10 per !tilfx manner m which they are hand- -'6 per cent., and tobacco Ied that shows the real reason why r 36 ner cent Tea showed a de- tne northerners seem to set so much, comparison to thc niggardly to SHERLOCK HOLMES !they were an the EDMONTON, Jan. Detective scene proceeded up to the moment I crease. In miscellaneous articles, the j rise of 19 per cant, was mainly due to increases of 50 per cent, in petrol- In far to irrigationists in the south. Tho average member of tbe legislature is well informed on the _.. nii 11 riP- legislature is weu miormea on tne -t. OI xortllera shipment3 ot American cattle to Canada. Some of these cattle might diseased or might contract on the voyage. Then them would be a danger of the embargo being re-im- posed. An Opinion W. H. White, Victoria, Alta., said that while he was ia the cattle busi- ness, he was neither an importer nor exporter. Therefore, tbe embargo did act affect his business. However, aince large cattle raisers in Western Canada had expressed a desire to see the embargo removed, it to him that there must be some advan- tage in it. He did not see much hope for Mr. Smith's, plan of a cold stor- age plant. That had been pressed upon the government several times