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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. W'XEMRKU IS, 1013 OAIT.T PAC.E NINE IEI1SIHROUGHOUIIHESOUIH (Continue.] from I'agoKisiii-) 17 tbc roullicrtl portion of Ihe Hue tmJ OYilug lu lUc iUorlato u( fceJ. Iho were fij (ur rcliixcJ 23 to permit ot lite Hlilpuicnt uf catlie nny northern Al- licrla for winter Anis ucro subjected to Ir.bl'OClion Ly ofliccr c( llie Uepariuiciii, Mil when no visible or mango vere observed, they nllowed to pro- cceil to Iki-lr declination lollovrlng n declaration by tlio owner, Hint t tnlmals had been treated In a manlier lallstactory to the wllh in ;lii days iirior to shipment. 'I'li jicrlCMl was later extended Tor a lur lher'30 days and I', in ciuito lliat fi number u'. animals were ship- lied north alter tho allolca period I rlapsrd and thai olhiTs Incluil ed In tlirso that hail neve Ijeen treated. qSANTA CLAUS AND PUBLICITY WALK ARM IN ARM FOR THE BEN- EFIT OF US ALL. On March lit, 1919. muigo was ou the premises o( one Amll Jefferr, placo was laced under quiremme on March Olh. nnd ihcro followed In quick suc- ___an reports of manga In the Lioyd- jiiisler wad lUrdisiy districts all of VUK-L were imced directly lo cattle roui the restricted Thefid districts wero all placed un- ,er qoarantliie and rigorous methods t treatment Rdupled, with the result hat mniiee was Byeedlly eradicated ind tho quarantine IKteJ. This poea o provft Ibat the complelo eradlca Ion or manga Is not a difficult raitte ,rhc-n aided by Hie good will and co- operation ot Uio During the Fall of 191S tho United Blate-T Bureau of Animal Industry re ported finding mange parasites In thlpmeQls uf catllo from Albert? anr" WeBLorn Saskatchewan at St. IMul. Kept Out of U. S. On February ISlh. 1919. n shipmen of cattle from Calgary was refused ad mission to tho United States by In specter Brady of the Dureau of An mal Industry at North I'ortal and turned lo Winnipeg for Imrnedial daughter. This resulted In on cin fcargo being placed on Canadian ca tie. Tbcro followed considerable co rospondenca beiween the Chlel ot Durcau of Acluial Industry. Washln lou and the Veterinary Director Co eral. Ottawa, as the result of ivhlc nnd fearinr the poslhlc closure of Am- erican markets to Canadian cattle and io sire guard Ihe Interests of Cana- dian stockmen. The Veterinary j lector General deemed H adlvp.blo Kid more stringent regulation? be en- forced. Hand treatment was to be Jib continued. Cattle originating In the mango area were to be divided Jmo tour classes and treated as fol- lows 1. Stackers and feeders destlaod for points l'ie area. These must bo dipped once before perm fl- ing removal from the yards. '2. Clean known to Uie in- spector to he-froni clean areas and not tiposcd lo Inlccllon destined for SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC GAINS ON TORONTO TORONTO, Dec. Another increase was reported today In the number of siuallpoz cases In (ho cliv. There wero 48 reported dur- Inp the last hours and only 40 dlsfkargbd. There arc now un- tier treatment CIS cases w'th a total or peisoiii qunrantlcod. e dipped once. It 13 intended that he hi shall not tlia Calgary Stock permit any cattle o more out of the area with only OOP .Ipplue. unless he has satisfied hfnv elf lhal It Is safo to do .10 and fully indersUnda his responsibility. 3. Purebred caUlo from herds .nalnlalned under fence and known to >o iree from Infection. The inspect or Is permitted to use his discretion whether catllc arc to be dipped or oThenrlsc ircaled under hl3 super- All other c.-illle unless intended for Immediate slaughter destined for points ouisiilc the urea or within the be d-pjicd twice, that ib to say. If the Inspector is nol satleTied that the cattle in question arc free from any suspicion of disease, it Is Ills duly to hold Itiein in the yards until they are twice dipped lo his aat- Isfaction. A Cafgary Resolution the rnacgo area, when accon nanicd by ;m official certificate that they tad ween twice dipped to tbe satisfaction ol the Dopartnieni wilbln 3d daji ol .eiport, no Buch prorlslou is nude under the act and Bt any time at the discretion of Ine Bureau or Anlmil Industry; American nutrkcls may be closed to catlie from ine go area for any purpose uhit-ao-ever, includ- ing tint ol iinmedlalc slaughter. Menace lt> Industry Tbli (act alono'constitutes a. very' serious menace lo tho proptrhy of our live Block lodusirr. That Tvlth Ihc aEiEslanre and co operation ot Iho live stoclc owners, mange can be' eiiceJIly and completely eradicated there can be no question. In this connection I would to quolo from the c-iperienre ol Ihc Unl- tefl States Bureau of Animal Industry In Ihelr efforts to oradfcnto the "Tcxaa rover Tick During (he i year there has been 1006 to December 1st, 191f> a loul of 4SS.529 square miles were reloaded from Fed- eral quarantine being portions of the ot Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas. Louisiana, all of Mississippi anil parts of Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia North and South Carolina, V ire In la and Florida. The consensus of opln Ion of the Etock owners In districts freed from Is thai on the aver age, cattle have enhanced in value leaat J10.QO per head, they wcljfli one- fifth more, and grade one-fourth besides tue Advantage of unre points outside area, these must LETKBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION WHIST DRIVE SCCiAL TQ FOLLOW On Friday Next, Dec. 19th BURGMAN'S HALL, 8.00 P.M. ADMISSION 5Qc REFRESHMENTS unprecedented demand for Cana-1 dlan, feeder aud stoeker rattle In tho f United States ,iiid fearing an em- bargo being placed on all catlie pass Ing through Iho Calgary Yards, and Ihc possible diversion of cattle from thi free area to tbe Kdmonton Yards, the Calgary Stock 1-ichsnge UL a meeting hnld March 5lh, 1919. paes- cd Ihc following resolution wlilch was forwarded lo Ihe Minister of Agrlcul- ure. 1. That all of Alberta and all such nfeclcd parts ot Saskatchewan be constiluled a mange area. 2. That standard dips be Immedi- ately installed at all central markets. 3. That no movement of cattle lor more than 15 miles, or shipment ot calile permitted except such cattle iro tree from mango and have nol seen in contact with infected caltlc and arc billed lo n central point where Govcrameiit regulation dips are in operation. 4. That no.caLtlc he permitted lo lie shipped from public yar.ls or iron abattoirs without proper nipping ei cept billed for Immediate slaughle with a clean hill of health. 5. That heavy penaliies be im nosed for any lolraclion of ihe auove alrtcted movement nnd open markets Tho eradlrailoo of "Tick" presents ifficultlca that by comparison th' radlcallon of would appea mere child's Not only mus altle be dipped every 11 days fron larch until November, but Infecte' must be kept free or cattlfl fo months io order that the ilcV.B the area may die of slarvntloi n Eplle of (he niagnllutlc of this tae ho Chief of tlic Bureau statca, lha Hie most important factor is to ae cure live hearty, vigorous and coi EclentEous cooperation o( tho pcoy! n Infected districts Genllemen this IB also true of tb situation that confronls us today, wit i-our good-TVI 11 and co-onomtion Ih eradication of nunge will present n Tcry Ecrlous obsiaclo. Tbe" advantage ot beiug free mange nnd ils atteodaut restriction arc so obvious that. I need scarce mention them, they are briefly Natural reduction ,ln winter 'mo talily aud reduced cost ot feeding- Free and unrestricted movemp.nl. Free access to Ihe markets o[ II ivor Id. Melhodi of Eradicating Mange KUTV gentlemen 1 aiiould like lo 01 line briefiy the proposed methods idcd By Hot Metal, Walked Home But Collapsed There STRATfORD. Gnl. mm a to, an Italian. Pec. met death late i Judgment Against State Embar- goes is Considered Its Effects Use. is altacl'.e'l to Justice Salary's declsln in the proIiiMleil itortay (it tbe Oracd chop jmrrrls leFl easc ia by Uio fact EnglanJ. a peculiar manner. Amtnalo, as a gang IJOSB In Iho car shops here, as usliiR a crane to sot a ro weighing about SOD puupds whtn IB hot which ho was carrylnR iward (tie engine on which it lo Iiolli the- Uaily Nc-.vs end Dai'.y Mail t-'oijJcmu ilic j-psort to war regu- lations for jfuvcTiimunt powers instead of the house of comforts. May Be Ccrrjplications WASHINGTON. Dec. While (he c-ttccl of the decision invaliilating thn roElrk'tlons placod on iuiportg by ihe llriiish goveniQii-nt may not bo very great so far aa ilia amount ;i[ tho buEtnws affected is coccerned, Firit- Irada experts hero said that bo- i-a-uSe of Iho contractural relations of Aiuerican and Driilsb firms, serioua complfcatlor.a might follow. The restrictions were originally im- posed by the British government with ihe of rapiil hi- rease in the balance of trade againsL In the beginning ihe list ot rly the uivrntcig papers restrictions large, but. il has boon. alln-lo lo it editorially nnd Benoriilly I appreciably reduced in recent months. in approval for the ruling. One result of lha original prohibl- The Times deflart-s decision ap-'iJon. ii was pointed out, was to auto- pears to br goo-J sense I niatlcally caacel contracts placed Tor and thai If iLp proclamation attempt- 1 American goods Tbe English con- r-d to Jlailnsuiali liciween Imports I tractor was protected eRainst Amerl- i i r n vir, lhe Joruinlons anil foreign coun-lran tlemands tflr comnenealien by ihn e fell oier on hlrn. burmnE mo_a }zvf tm now inaiiy Bultg my _s Bboulders. Ammelo wap released (he courL forbid such pro- nd got up and walked honu- and then rrdure full and opea fanc- 'llayEcd. ijDn i.urllament. Doctors -who were called found no The Morning Its com- nlurles luflicleiu to death, bu: ncnt. "SUto HICBalUy." ana aavg tbe he unforiunale man failed Jo rally ccbc Iliufiralea' tho singular fatuity nd died shortly after the accMeiu 1 of ihc mmhoda ol ihc government in believed ibal Ihe shock was too' dealing with International trade, much [or Ammflto'n rather excitable be lodged against Ihe British firms, An appeal from today's decision nay bo taken 1o a higher court, it was a Rid. Lobo township will bare a memor- ial park as a tribute to her heroic dead. ature. ied A aecotia time after an interval f ten and not moru than fourteen .ays, in order to destroy any para- lies that mny have hatched after llic Irst dljipliifi. All dipping should be one in suitable season. It ia obvious that every Block owner a dependent, more or less on his neigh- Tor Ihe cleanliness of his stock, A man may be carelesa or Indifference n neglecting to report suspected caeca of mange or in treating animals known ,o be infected, constitutes hut to the entire- district, End it becomes ihc duty ,of every stockmen in self pro- tection lo exercise careful supervision not only over his own caltlc but those of his neighbor and lo report prompt- any suspected case or breach of the -1n regard to Infected or suspected animals. realize fully that it is only -with the help of and co-operation of every livestock owner that ire can hope to eradicate tills disease which has been subject of so much controversy dur- ing the past, rev: months. BLUE MBBON TEA It's sad lo think how much good money is spent on poor teeu despite the fact that Blue Ribbon is on sale in every store. Just What You Wanted FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE Tlicrc arc ,1 numtar of designs that would accord your cining room [urnUure anil :iild a nolo ol cheer especially in Iho Christmas Season FOR THE LIVING ROOM Sclcc; one of our artislic vvnlljiarcrs that you will never ot. HAVE BARGAINS IN JOB LOTS OF WALLPAPER, JUST ENOUGH FOR SINGLE ROOMS. YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET IN ON THIS, AS WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMDER OF LOTS. v Wellington Bros, SHERLOCK BUILDING. susiiecled case of mange. It is only by constant supcrrisioti especially dur- ing the tinier months Hint It can he i .determined whether a district may be I J considered free froni'mnuge or not. 3. It is'hoped that by this method The Road ,to Independence Trouble comes lo all of ua at one or (mother. The man with a snujf bank Recount, is fortified against tha "slings and arrows of outrageous It is the duty of every man to lay something for the inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account take your first step- alone Uw road to Independence. AVCRCHANTS BANK regulations. he adopted with object of completely M the anmial of the A.I- cradicalinit from the bcrta Cottle Breeders AsEoclalion held j area in ralgory, 7iu, :it which repre-i T jjjr securing the; co-operation o! sentatlvns ol Hie Fdmon- [fjc ]jTn stock owners, toil Live Slock Exchanges were nreE- cy blockiiiB Ihe area oti into rnl. Thn mange situation was very O[ Q and an-1 I thorongbly discussed ami tnc resolu- polntius n committee of rcpresenta- {Uoii that all of Alberla he cunstltuled tjvc Biockiaen in each district to co-1 a mango area -was condunincd hy the [oporate with the inspector in charge- majority of tho stock growers present. Of tbe district, by exercising constant' A committee ot six. was formed to deal I supervision over all animals In iheir wllli the question and subsequent Tdistrict and rciibrllng promptly any Dgs licld in a committee lo uo known as the Central Mange Committee apiioinletl io co-operaic with Ihe Deparlmeut in freeing Ihe counlry of That Ihc necessary enforcement of regulations in reeped to Iho many 1 mange area, have occasioned great inconvenience aui pcrious financial loss to stock '.here cap. Le no quesllon. Restrictions placed on the move incnl of caltlc out of thu Infected area, This question Is a very serious one, owing to the fact that fc a shorlage of feed in southern AILcrta Is essential to either move Ihc-ani- to other parts or fillip feed to hem. In case ihe former method Is lofiled, it becomes Ihe duly of the eparlmcnt lo exercise the greatest iilgnncc and supervision over the nlmnls lo prevent the dissemination f infection to dlElricts at nangc free, Tho serious loss by shrinkage if not dual 1053 of slnck occasioned by be- oliligetl to dip in uns nil able wea- licr and Iho cost oC detraining ana ceding animals for tc-n days that have 0 bo dipped twice. Then ihcro la llio Joss oC Liuie, n- isnse F.ml apno'yancc sometimes- oc- casioned hy having lo wait unlil Ib-i services of an can be cd beiorc shipping. The grealesl IDES is, however, due .j tho fact that all animals shipped out oC Ihc area, unless, accompanied by a certificate lliaL they have been wico flipped the 01 n ciualificd inspector ol Ihc Depart- Head Office: Montreal, OF U.TJIDRIDGE BRANCH, Bjinchci ol Daioni rnd Sab- At to CT Monarch CANADA. Esiablfched 1864, R. J, DJNK1NC, Manner, BUSINESS- LARGE AND SMALL This Hank is equipped to render complete bank- lug [anilities to individuals, patUiershirjs and companies, Liolli large and small. Wilti brandies lliroujjliout every province of Canada, and corrcs- jioiKlciils in all parts of tlic world, your banking business will be bandied willi promptitude aud at (he minimum of expense. Our facilities arc at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MB LRTHBRIDGU HRAN'Cir, R. T. Drymncr, Manager, I defined districts within the area may ne relieved of the necessity of compulsory dipping and that after a'period cl onrolul supervision they iiny bt releaeei from nusrsiiiinc. This of courso cannot apply lo dis- tricts that have Ihe misfortune to he s'ilualcd in Ihe centre of larger Infccl- i area. I need hardly point out Ibe folly of concealing suspected In order to obtain a 'release from quarantine. Such a release does not relieve the district from supervision and any suspected outbreak will again bring the area under quarantine resu 4. In districts whore mango 13 known to exist alt animals roust he rDgardlcis of whether they how evidence of disease or 6. Construction ol dipping vats at onvcnicnt centres." H Is not dcsir hie that cattle should be driven n dls- anco ot more than len or liflccn milp.5 o bo dipped; and where Ihe. construc- ion of a i at becomes necessary Ihe i.5 prepared to subscribe sum not lo exceed lowarda .3 construction. Tho vai lo become tie property of tho people o[ inf. dis- rlct, who will ho responsible for lia arc and upkeep. C. All animals In nn infected dls- rict must bo dipped as near Bimul- nneously aa jmssvblo to nvolrt possible ment of AsrlciillUTC williin 30 days prior lo Eliipmont and hare since Ircat- mcnl nol been exposed to Infection, must he consigned to the quaranlln crt Eocllon ot ILe stock ynrda and re moved for Immediate slauEhtcr only In nlmosl every consiRnmenl of catllo licre aro animals that would bring bet tor relnrns aa short feeders, Ihos must ol nncessily be sold lor Immctl rtlo slaugM-r, and as competitive bii Ing Is restricted lo thosa tew abal loirs represented at Iho yards, It In tvilabiy results in n loss [o the sblp per of from one-halt one cent jic pound. During tbo nionllis of ember nud Oclober ot thla year som calllo wcro shipped from th fHyirantSneil consigned Io thi United Slales niarTc-is cnlnllmg n stinialcd loaa dues to rcalrlcted mar ;ela ot approximately for cspurt ttf tho Unite Slftlcs for puri'Dsca oilier than im mediate slaughter, Ilegulatlon 33 he United Stttcs Bureau ol Animal industry requires Uiat "Cattle for ernzlng or feeding must be and nccompantcd by a ccrtllicate sign- ed by B Canadian uftEclal vclcrlnaTlan, statins that no contnglosis dlscaso nf- fectltig calile, cxonpt lubcrculosh, lias cxl.-.led In Iho district In which the animals have been kept for flO days preceding Iho dalo of shipment. Cnlllo for breeding purposes iriusl in addition In rcttulallon be accom- pnnled by an oflirlal tcrllflcale -of a Inbcrculln lest applied wlttitn CO HhJpmcitl. jyuiihtr. thero Is an act on the-American Statutes "whlcli prohibits are Ifnporiadon of Celtic, sheep olhcr rumlraniP, or swine, which nro fllseased or attcr.ted with any diser.sc or wblc'i have been expos od lo sucli an Itilcciion wllliln days or dale of frxpnrl." While ft fa Inic (tint in aonm cases Rlocker nnrt feed or ralllo liavs boon ndmlttcd lo tlic Slates Irom ruintecllon hy ronlact ivilh unlroaicd inlmals.- Kvcry animal should bo dip Any Man or Woman Who Keepi I Handy WITI Tell You That Same Thing, ERI'KCIAUA" frequently nt lacked Ijy rbcntnnlfo Iwinscs. counlcr-irrilnnl, Sloan's Llnimen scatters Ire roncrallon and pcnelrate %vllliout rubbing to ihc p boon relieving Uio ache and pain Kept handy uaed evcrywlicr for reducing anrl finally climinMIn Iho pains and aches If lumbago, ncu ralgfa, inusclo strain, Joint hnilFCS. the. result of cxpoi uro to wealhcr. Sloan's Liniment is gold by all druj efsla, 35c, 70C, (Made In Can ail a.) For CtiMt Coldi, Head Grip, [nflifenia and Penumonla A few cxlnrnfll oppHcatioTia o rE'S O-PKX-TILVTB SALVB wl be found very helpful, U opens Ih porefl nnd penetrales the skin F ailmulalln'g and Healing Effect very comforting. Prlct 33c per hox. your