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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta It - THI IITHBRIDOE HERALD - Friday, February 2ft, 1971 It's no laughing matter EDMONTON (CP) - Ever bear the old story about the two American hunters who proudly pointed to the moose they shot in the Canadian wilds-only it turned out to be a horse? Or the hunter who shot a pig and said he thought it was a deer? Or the man who was riding a horse along a road and someone shot it from under him because it looked like a game animal? Or the hunter who shot a tethered and saddled horse, mistaking it for a moose-then shot another tethered and saddled horse so his friend could have a moose, too? Some people get a chuckle out of these stories. But the men who enforce the Alberta Game Act don't laugh. They regularly deal with wilder and sadder situations. In one such incident, three hunters walking on a road saw a deer run across their path into the bush near them. They all ran in after the deer, split up and began a search. Moments later one of the hunters shot one of his partners. CLAIMS LIMITED The only legislation in the province dealing with the safety of hunters specifies that orange or scarlet clothing must be worn by btg-