Terminals Were Instrumental In Helping Farmers Sell Grain

Terminals Were Instrumental In Helping Farmers Sell Grain

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As early as 1913 the Lethbridge Board of Trade was seeking construction of an interior terminal elevator in the city. Among the more vocal lobbyists were W.C. Ives, Senator W.A. Buchanan, publisher of The Lethbridge Herald, and Dr. J.S. Stewart, the city's MLA who would become a brigadier general in the First World War.

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