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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta as: 'THE STORE OF QUALITY.* 1 Clearing Sale For 15 Days of all kinds of CROCKERY Before Stock-taking Big; Reductions in Fancy China, also Dinner and Toilet Ware. INCREASE THEIR SIUa 0. W. Kerr Co.'i fudeaioal Success-Chame It Boy Stock 1 TALKING lu SLEEP. Don't Miss this chance rs' Association and stationed at Winnipeg, was enabled last year to tect no less than 175 stray cattle in the seasons' shipments, cattle which otherwise would have been id complete loss to the owners. Just hero we might state that a number tit people suggested that Mr. Patterson should tie paid by the Provincial Government as he inspected a,l Alberta cattU; going into Winnipeg xtock yards, whether they belonged to incml)oi'.s of the Association or not When Mr. I'atterson was informed of this he slated emphatically that he would not work forany government. We aire of the opinion, however, that the Government grant to the Association should be sufficiently large to pay Mr. Patterson's salary. As a remedy for the present system of brand inspection, your commissioners beg to recommend that brand insjx'ctors in this Province bo dispensed with absolutely, that the shipper lx> asked to furnish the transportation company with an affidavit as to the number of animals in his shipment, together with the sex and brand, and that the owner or his nuent, furnish an affidavit of a similar nature, and that it be illegal to ship stray animals unless it can be proven that the shipper had authority from the owner of the owner of the animal to do -so. In order to facilitate matters for shippers we would further recommend that station agents be made commissioners to take affidavits. With Mr. Patterson in Winnipeg as a safeguard and indirectly paid by the government, the people of the province would be 'absolutely protected and all inconven j fence and unnecessary expense could lie done away with. HIDE INSPECTION. The hide inspection law as it is at'I present, is not serving any important purpose. However, we are unable to suggest anything that will meet the conditions. We', would recommend that thi; present, law be more rigidly enforced. KILLED TIMBER WOLF Doing Damage to Cattle in Big Bow Country Last week some large timber wolves put in an appearance in- the Bow River country and caused considerable trouble among the cattle. IS. Robinson, brother of city secretary O. W. Robinson, was fortunute enough to kill one of them after trailing it some distance from where it had killed a steer belonging to the Oxley ranch on 17-17, near the Big Bow. The wolf was of unusual size, being the largest ever seen in the Bow River Country. ODFELLOW'S OFFICERS Installed by the District Grand Master Deputy At the regular meeting of Loth, bridge Lodge No. 2, I.O.O.F. held last, night, the following elective officers wore installed by D.D.O.M. C. V, Bennett: N.G., A. T. Rosnine. V.G., John Ashcroft. R.S., Geo. B. Weller. F.S., C. W. Lowthor. Troas., Wm. Oliver. The subordinate officers will be appointed* at the regular meeting on the 10th' of this month. C. V. Bennett was appointed representative of the Lethbridge Lodge at the next meeting of the Grand Lodge of Alberta, to be held at Banff "in August next. FIRE AT ELORA (Wsstsrn Associated Press) Elora, Ont., Jan. 4.-The curling and skating rink, with the adjoining stable burned to the ground this morning. y'ho O. W. Karr Company, of Mln-M�Jv.o''s. Minnesota, recently increased iim capital stock from $250,000. to $50W,t,"00.00. | This ewrtv'uny was organized at ; Fargo, XmtU Dakota, in 1904, with un,aii'tho�iiz#l capital of $50,000.1 Twenty-two nt�nti.s after the organ-; .izatipn of the1 �oiuI have parted with stem and blade, But under the.ground --I am,safe-and.sound,. With- the snow's1 thick, blanket oyer . me laid'. ... I'm all alive and ready to shoot Company, who was in Winnipeg about October 10, and who, from his personal ob- servation and experience there at the time, corroborated the prices about which you gave your testimony. "We are quite certain this decision will have a very good .effect in the way of tlie railroads and packers of the States securing the vast herds of cattle grazing in the Saskatchewan and other districts. The prices prevailing here are far in excess of those prevailing in Winnipeg and Montreal, but the trouble has been with the high customs duties which the import ers have been compelled to pay. Therefore, we think that this decision will have a wholesome effect." TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION Important Decision of Department of Interior Ottawa, Jan. 4.-Tho Department of the Interior has rescinded sections one to ten of its regulation for grant ing licenses to cut timber on Dominion lands in the west, substituting new ones. The regulations heretofore in force were established in 1898 Tho most striking features of the new regulations are: 1. "Timber limits henceforth are to be sold by public auction. 2. "lleforo being sold timber, limits are to be examined by qualified government timber cruiser on whose report upset prices will be fixed. 3. "Sixty days notiee.shall be given all sales of 'timber. 4. "List of persons to whom notice of sales given shall be kept at Ottawa and any person applying in writing shall be placed on the list," Minnrd's Liniment Co., Limited. Uentfcjmen,-I have used MINARD'S L1NIMKNT from time to time for the past twenty years. It was recommended to me by a prominent physician of Montreal, who called it the "great Nova Scotia Liniment." It does the doctor's work; it is particularly good in cases of Rheumatism and Sprains. Yours truly, - G. G. DUSTAN, Chartered Accountant Halifax, N.S., Sept. 21, 1905. BUY OUT THE BEU TELEPHONE (Western Associated Press.)! Winnipeg, Man., Jan: 2,-The Maa^ itoba governraen hak- bought'out' the Bell Telephone system i in Manitoba for three million, three- hundred thousand dollars. WE'RE WELL POSTFD BIG INCREASE AT EDMONTON i Edmonton, Jan. 3.-The customs, returns for Edmonton show- an increase of over 700 per cent. Retains were, 1900. $155,072.66; 190T; �a* I9S5.149.31. Photographs m Blahest f'lttav oft Work Quaraat-J IHadio - - Nsar a.r. aad i. Fiaigfct Offis* North of Badson's Bay Store- Baboness Road Lethbbidob LETHBRIDGE Consemtory of Music -AND*. Commercial College J. Geo. Harper* Director* Many Free Advantages Pupils received daily. For Prospectus, Terms, etc., Address-THE SECRETARY Studio-Tuff's Block, City. LOST' ON ELECTRICAL WORK Place your lights right and redae* your lighting expenses  large assortment of electric ix-tures, shades, lamps and bell* always in stock. New work neatly and economically done. Repairs promptly attended to . McKenzie & Roy Office- Kedpath St. Lethbridaa Phone 204 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harnem, Straps, etc., always on.hand. We can guarantee yon complete satisfaction. Lethbridge Saddlery CO. Two horses* one roan gelding,, and one black gelding, marked with three half circles one above the other om the left shoulder; Strayed, or stolen from a field a r*:tlc and a half south of Coaldale. Fifteen dollars reward for return of tha two to W. O. Muir,, Coaldale; 2Sdp HAND-BAU LOST. Batwaea Bowville and Link* on Wednesday, Oct. 16, containing notaa and billa of about $150, and' silver watch. Reward; of $10.00 will be offered for ita recovery, tf. Helma Peterson. TO RENT A New Seven-Room Brick House on Round St. Kent thirty dollars a month. Apply 0. W. dray. FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Apply ta Box 345, Lethbridge. WANTED A General Servant for housework. Good ^ges to tha right person. Apply D. McAllister, Box 486, Lath-bridge, t.f. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course i good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald offinn. TO LET. An ideal place for. wintering stock Oood grass, oats, straw and water frontage. Apply to David Scott, liowville, Alta. 9-4 ROOMS WANTED Two Rooms, furnislied or unfurnish t�d, by young married couple. Apply Box F., Herald Office. d26 WANTED A good sound horse, about 1350 pouada. Apply Turpin Furniture Co. LOST BatWfaMi Burden Street South and tha Oliver Black, a ladlea gold watch Bcward for ratura to the Herald Of-o�. HAY and OATS Bought and Sold in Wholesale and ... Retail .Quantities Pboduce Delivered Locally Prices by Carload may be had on Application Terms - Strictly Cash Eastern