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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'WIUV, JAXI'AIIY 21, TIIK LRTllBIllDCiP DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa Go Without if Buddy Knows It. By Wellington OFU.F.A.SUB1IEIOCONVENIN KKMONTO.Y, Jan. j of the livestock and transportation committee of the I'. F. A. Is as foH lows: I In tho Istsl Annual report of tin's committee it was ninnl toned Iliat freight ami passenger nitts, tor which Ihc Hoard of IlaUway Commissioners _nur inembtTP unre faced with a pro- Increase 15 per cent, in all hud already given Iheir authorization. Despite (lie protests of your Ihc increase of per cent, in passenger rales, anil also freight rates on most commodities, went in- to effect, and ou August last n further freight rate increase of put into el feet, malting the in- nraaci freight on most commodities at the present time. Free Transportation Hay Cattle During the year your association Tras asked to support an application Tor government assistance in trans- porting hay from tho north to south- rrn Alberta, and" also in transporting I'iiUJo from the south to ihe north. Tour association pressed this matter upon both Dominion anil Provincial and wo are glad to re- that arrangements were made whereby a largo quantity oT feed has cen.ber IS. 1918 1. One week's business lu the livestock department of your commercial com- any rt't'Ctilly yielded; ]0fi cars cattle 33 cars hogs S cars sheep !67 cars week's total. IH order lo copo this dented increase your commercial coni- lias doubled bolli the selling anil office force hi their livestock depart- and also, at their uwii expense doubled the buildings allotted lo the- company at the stockyards. Cuts on Hogs Considerable dissatisfaction has been caused among our members lug to the heavy cuts on the lower grades of hogs-which ivero put Into effect at the beginning of -July last The matter -was discussed at our Sec retarlea' Conventions, in bold Kdmon toji and angary, and repreacntaljous were made to (lie food controller i livestock commissioner's department Oljawa, in regard lo the same. On De- cember 41 h. a conference with the members of the Calfiary Ex change was held in Calgary. A. fur Ifier conference was held in tt'fnnipes IK'cember ,'rovement on. the ftuard now in nit as It coats several limes as much as the present guard used "by the rait- way companies, it Is noi likely tbat Its! idoption -will be favored hy the rail- way Cattle guards which do not turn 'tock are not the only cause of stock being Killed on the rifcht of way; but some, cazes have been reported where stock is slated to have on to tho track OTCing to Ihe railway compan- ies' fences not being in good repair. UojwesentBtions have been made to several railway companies In regard to the condition oT tholr fences on etrtain but it has been dif- (Icull lo get flclion, r.s t'ne railway (oiiipanics claim that they were un- able tft secure the necessary labor to keep their fences tn gooJ repair. The Canadian Council of Agriculture hay been trying lo get an amendment to the ItaUway Act, which would Ifeally'put ail end to this source of trouble by making the railway com- pany practically liable In every case where, cattle are killed. If this endinent were put through, we "believe It would not be long before the rail- way companies would have fences suf- ficiently good .and cattle guards 10-50 or a 32-25 trailer of any good make. Must be in good PARIS. Jan. Hardmgc. viceroy of India, been se- lected to have charge of (be adminis- trative machinery of the British sec- retariat at tho pcaco Final----------------- f-------------- arranjemenla in connection with iht model a-passengcr sacreUritt have been Proved by Dodge car. Must be m eood condillon. t'remier Lloyd Ilclcnlly safe this kind. to eliminate losF.es of During the year your Iward sultetl by ihe raihs'ay conimisET anii of the Canadian 1'aciflc HaUvaT in regard lo tie ap- plication of the C.RR. for permission io i tv elgnt foot fire-guards m place BARON HAflOINOE CHOSEN MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Utrata shape, Hox 71 Herald. LOST AND FOUND Thi grey .Chinchilla cloth 4 in and Avenue. Finder kindly return lo l office commission. Office Furniture, and Sold for cash or Kverall find Franks, and iiood Illoch. cover on 4lh Ave far iclurn to V. 1507 4th Ate. south. Phone 1332.. head mixed tattle preferred) will trade good young bunch of work horses (30 STRAYRD-T-To TO? far to. Z miles pay cash for balance. Harry John- south and S miles east of Coaldale; 1 alon, R- n. 1, High River, AHa. bucfeekiir wltb. bald face; no brand. G. B. Thomason, Lcthbridge. I Every Business is founded on credit and tiupiiortcd by Us col- are specialists. Send us your and doubt- lul ttctouuls. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block, Phone 1616 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVE BALL A FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avenue South BOULTON'S TAXI and Heated Car City snd Country Office 1205 RESIDENCE Phone 1D9S Have- been received (or ttis following box numbers and arg waiting to ho called Tor: II. 10. IS, 10. 50, M, 01. "1, 73. Coal C.O.O. Prompt Service. Phone 410 131h 6lreet [4. 283-25 HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE C.O.O. Canada Food Board License 9-11103 IE7-1 Stale price wanted. Apply Box your farm is (or sale or orchange ivrite lull particulars to p t.t r f tlaude Cole, 215 Lumberman's lUMUBlLtS rUR bALt Oregon, IT. S. A. j WE BUY Cast oK Clothes, Shoes, Blankfts, and all Kinds of Musical Instruments, the city on January 18th. etc. Phone 1737. We call at your between Knox church and. Sherlock residence. The Universal Second building, a Japanese mink muff. Re- Hand Store, 114 5tlt SI. S. 0 went for return to The Herald been transported free ot cost from the ztnn. ana wiitcn was at north to the south, and, also large lemled .Mr. I', linker, flrfit rlce-pre numbers of cattle liavo been transport- ThI3 conference was called hy of 16-foot fire-guards on certain sec ttons of their line. Your hoard felt) lOlb St. Fouth and j 515 7th St. south. Cold sovereign, i initialled W. G. "Y. Finder please return' to 615 1th St. Eonth'and receive re- __ tliat they could not take the respon. I JSO.OO per. head reward for north for -winter feeding. Whilst have been some reports that the livestock commission- ers, ami was fulfy roiirescntallve of ibllity of. recommending such a re- 1 recorery of any catUt brand- duction, but offered lo asBlst the rail-j on right nip. strayed way companies h'y asking farmers to j from Card a ton and some near NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate of Nick Kozniah, late of the town ot Taber, in the province of Alberta, miner, deceased: AUTOS FOR SALE One 1916 Kord truck One ISIii Ford touring One m? Ford touring Two 1917 Ford touring.... 1100.00 Quantity 45-gal. Oil Drums. FORD GARAGE. tHU concession in free' tra'nsnortaflon tho packers and commission men, the icirtfx oniarcount'of There'haK-been aoine cwngestion at- points7 whcr'o.there have-not-1 riueatlonB was nlock trade Kcre-made.-.One of the as Ihe operations of lieen sufficient :cars -supplied to inc iltc ihe hay received for shlumcnt. The 'Iic stockyonh. HUhtrto trad- (Utflciilty has-been mnliily along the to mafee Craud Trunk and Canaaian Northern _.? (fa getting lire-guards iloughorl. Your association has again responsible by the railway com- in --3 for tlic isauinK'of'tlje certifi- ou sted grflin and-cattle for. breeding and nnd seed grain hare been Issued lines, t-ast of Hdmonton.-'iihd on the line ot-the Canadian Vaeltii: llailway, trohi whlcli large hay nionts have originated. The C. has apparently been short of cars, and has' been giving preference to coul shipments on the Drmnheller line, for of CO1 thfey hail consder- able justification. We understand that "rriiet has been secured matter was actively pressed by your association, through the C. P. B. lic-lping out in supplying cars, One of the main difficulties hns'bccn fact ttuu inost oi this iraftiu originated on IIarr' nno I5u0-of railway, trt destliiKlion o them, ihe commission men While it is recognized that trarters iierfovm a useful service in our livestock market, it was felt by the majority ot those present, al the conference that it was fn. the public interest that their business aUo phottM be opcit'to inspection, and in future the public .will, have the right to kuovr.ihe prices al which slock is handled by Iht1 traders on our live stock markets.' present scale of 'CMla pn hops vas- under discussion', anil Mr. O. t Canadian Co.. under- diifcrenl line cf railway; und appar- r-ntly thn companies loath to scm! so ''many bt their oivn cars tOj snolher line of railway. i to the middle of November last; certificates for HID free irnn9-J por'atton of hay had been issued, by the Provincial Wt-partinenl of Agricul- ture, representing tons of hay. Tor the free transportation of cattte ?59 certificates were issued up to the same date, reprcsontlng 31H72 bend, ivlille 33 certificates wcro issued for Fh'ecp, representing head. Hay- ing unlfilv sliipiiecl north num bored 177, Since Ihe middle of November thn Dominion government livestock representatives at the stockyards have issued (lie certificates. Final totals lo December ;U sliow tons o( hay or X.234 moved free this policy, Co-operative Livestock Shipping Incohvenicnce has been caused to many of our local "associations, who :ire livcsttick shipping, ins the lack .of accoinniOdaUnn at tilr Alberta Stock Yards, Calgary. There liavo been livinierous roductirfi fn conference on tills ect. and 'arrangements Svc-re made for meeting to be held in Kdmonton, Monday, January "20th, Jnal prior to he opening ot ,the coiiventloit.' lo the influenza epidemic, he annual meetings of the Western. Canada Livestock .Union, with which our association Is affiliated, uerc not held during the having been Avlce Stock Kilted on Numerals complaints-in'regard to ilock being killed on the railways con- iinue to .reach the-, epnLraJ pfflcp, A recent ileciitou of the supreme ot Canada has been rendered which inw set'tlea the law respecting liabil- ity for catlle killoil on tho right ol way. of the railroad, on which there mil been conMdcrablc confusion ,in the Jndgmenls of the courts of Ibe various provinces, .The law now (3 lhat if a farmer twniS Ms cMtle oot lo run at larKC, no mailer or ply on hand. The certificates -are Efini io our loc.ila already signed by the central secretary, -and only tinlrc to be signed by the rocal secre- tary. A very Iarg6 number of miscellan- eous matters affecting transportation liavo come to the attention of your central ofUce during the year. Such as claims, requests for improved vasa- engcr, express and stock Iraln str- aaslstanco in securing Block etc. Members of your committee have Room appeared before the board ot rcilway these wllh some succeBs. house and run. title. Taxes them, and after that dalo the Altogether Ihc pasl your bns been paid Cheap for or Icnas. adndMslrator will distribute the as1 a .very difficult one in tho livestock 356 iSlh Sh north. situation, and also in regard to trans- but it is hoped tbat not it'is lawful Recording to the by- laws of his Ihc railway company Is not liable if .'Ihe cattle stray on tho rErhf of war and ere kill- ed, Neither is the railway company liable for Battle killed tho railway crossing If It ran be-shown Ihftt the Anfmala were al large within one-half nine of the railway without some In charge., On -the othcrihand, If a, Ff loading scale Sealed tenders addressed to the ua- Xoticeis hereby given that all pcr-'dcrsignea atlrt cnd0rsed "Tender lor' pons having claims upon the estate T> y Sanitarium, will be re- __________________ the late Xlck Kozalali. who died uatll 12 o'clock noon, Pleate notify G. -M- ou the 7th day of November, AlX, 1 pebruarr 21tn, for the construe-1 1316, are required to send to the un- (ion of Administration Dulldhig, Ser- dei-slgned hU estate Uuiid.ng, Infirmary, three ravil- by the Ut day of March, XD.f 1919, jotis, 1'ower House and Tunnels, near a full statement, duly verified, of Keltb Station, Alberta. Plans and claims'arid-any securities held specifications can be seen and form by .'them, and that after that date the i Of tender obtained at the office ot the- administrator ivlll distribute the as- Minister of Municipal' Affairs, Tartte- sets of the'deceased among tho par- ment Alberta; ties entitled thereto, baring regard the office of the Department of Sold- Civil Engineer- ing Branch, 407 Beveridge Bldg., Cal- gary', Alberla. Tenders will not be considered unless made on the forms accompanying" specifications and inac- >vilh the condilions set forth therein. Each tender'must be accom- panied by an nfcccnted cheque on a chartered bank payable to the order ot tho Provincial Treasurer of Alberta equal to five per of the amount the tender. Wnr.lban bonds of'the Dominion will also be accepted as sec- urity or war bonds and cheques if re- uuircd to make tip an odd amount. Dated at Edmonton; AlberVn, this 20th day of January, 1315. A. G. MACKAY, Minister ot Municipal Affairs- Ad R Dr.A.i.Spankie M.D, C.V. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms IJM22 Near P. liurns Building. Corner ATI anil Zed St Kasl, Office Phone Phono M2077 Interne and Honst Kureeno Manhattan Eye. Ear, NDSQ and Throal Hew Yori City. 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School ,ng the year. Our local associations PfeR In- only to the claims of which notice has Civil He-establishment, Engineer- should assist-their riiemhera by mat formation leading to tbe recovery of beenvso filed or brought to Us know- Ing this sfcrvke "widely known. Alab cattle branded 09 9'on left ribs, ledgo. if our locals would make I cattle are to be stray- p-aled this ISth day ot January, i-the east and north of A.D., 1919. REWARD For information. leading to recoTery of 1 -black -noree or star on forehead; 11 mare colt> 1 white hind foot and while star on-forehijad, both two years old, 1 light bnnedv and clean legged." Lost Approved J A J 7, miles south east-of Conldale: K." TI1K TRUSTS fc GUARAKTBE COMPANY, LIMITED Administrator, Calgary, Alberta; SHEPHBRD, DUNllpP RICE, liarrtalers, Lethbridge, Alberta, "Solicitors for the Administrator. Ad PROPERTY FOR SALE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS FOR fully modern eot- may take second hand car as parl payment. Xo trouble to sbow it to yow.; 627 10th St. south. Phone 1051. KOR 3-roomefl snack, the town of Commerce. In the province of Alberta, miner, -de- ceased Notice Is hereby given tbat all pcr- sons having claims upon the estate also of lha late Steve Petros, who died ahack 12il4, both on lot 40 ft. by 12o cm the; 9th day of November, A.D., ft. Close board fenced; water, light1. 1918, ftre required lo send to the un- !rl ft T cash. Clear title.. J. Dmidas, dewigned of his 0 Dominion Block. br the- 1st day ot March, A.D.. acmi-motl' a ful1 duly verttA, of commisstonerfi lo support a number of ern collage, lot 40il25 ft, chicken da and any securities held TRANSFER J. Hurry COAL ORDERS, 'C.O.D. PHONE 652 Erf. King's Furniture Store, Third Avenue South tlon ot n large volume of lahor Ifneflp poniieHlon. Terms. Apply to oimer on premises, S3' oi the dweAwd among the par- entitled thereto, having regent Ir to Cla'm8 of which notice has brought to Its know- thc blluaiiou ijlU mateijlly inwoye. st. soolh, or phone IW1., HICK SHKPPARD, T. 0. KINO, mam DEI HODflM FOR we bare a JittJag of -srary bar hi IWHM for IB thUcity. lay Ltrt'AgMcy.___________ 2IM KOR S modern 3f5 Are, south, 12th St., 7 totftts and tarfffl Kair Would (ake AH automobile on Apply on 1222 3rd 8. Dated this ISUi riny of January, A.D.; 1919. THE TRUSTS fc GUAKANTBB COMPANY, LIMITBD Admrnlslrator, Alberta, SHEPHBHD, DUNI.OP fc RICE, Alberta, Solicitors for the Administrator. COAL! COAL! COAL! It you ire going to order PHONE 1430 We try lo give satlsfnctioa. W. H. DHINKALL 102 2nd Avenue S. Approved J A J Ad Y liable for Mie value of.the animals, tyrants. cltccC of decision to brief da, some hoped further iniprovfr menls'lh conrlitiona. Upiloubtcdly (ho Khortegc of feeds, owing to tho drought rind frost, bus contributed lo 1ho Increased run of llvnstock durlnR (lie naat wltilcr; hut liicre Is everj thai has been, n vcr> lhat if a farmer deliberately lurrs bpallhy grovtlh of xo-operatlve live-.his entile oul lo run-al largo ho wttst 5lpck flhliJping. ftuiong our locals. tho resiwnHiblllly for This growth of cooper.iUvo live-lcldent to Ihcca. plock' has. teen rellectnd .hi I Your conimEttoo U nnable lo report (lie amount of In tho Imndtc'rl thronxb tho livcaloc'k caUlc.giinrdg used b'y.thfl mnnt of Ihc United Grain Irallway Your, aesoclntlon PARIS, Jan. Prince for-1 _________ mer Russian premier, In a TOR SALB-One fonr rooms, today strongly deprewted deci- the supremo council regarding newly palnlefl. Also food barn, farmer can show lhat his cattle eici.ii- cbickan home. On two lofi. Apply ed from a reasonably sufe enclosure never tboughV said, MJ 13th st' A- north- Qufck Iliroiigh no negligence ol his. Ami got lho conference would begin its peace on to Ihe right of way, the company iworic by renewing IT UU on ft with our well loottd, htrdvood two Are- "Tho; hure won their full cemMit greatest In 1'arls, Bloke all l land "Tho 6f the council not eilra well nn IK Boi Cllr. only IK of. danger 1o us, out to the _ _ _ whole world. It jlvei new One o( to In'the elfy. Well bollt. t'lilly nmien lelliit ttattOsi wili full MM- PARI8, Jan. Serf Ins Sn.zonoli, water 60 foot Ihe forrntT Russian foreign nifnlsler- -'A'twrtaln. This fncrcssn been greatly accel-'has heen' In communication: with tie Ihe reilme and now' Koulh. crated during tlio past few weeks, as the. following Total cars of llvoslock linndlcd ilnrhiK the 12 monilis ending Tolnl cara liniiillecl In railway, co mm is sinner a unfl the gorerament at Tiooatj. tompanlea on this subject Inodar, for Ihe Siberian gotenmieiil during Ihc year. A now roller catlle nc Orcak, ban declared In guard lias been designed, and the al- lenlloti ot tlio railway lir.Du called lo lho namo. oxmilw, Sciilcin.licr 1 to DC-. sliuv.l tills new s'uard Is mi Im- thkt he would not hi Ihe conference proposed fcy the peacfl coirr.rll with Dolshevlkl moOtii with hath, tflf fit Aftd All coop. block (ran iehool, or half cash ftnd ttw in trude. Bot ?2 HfrtW, Hay Straw Buy Your Hay and Straw Where it is Grown. QUALITY aUARANTCCD PRICM RISHT 1 er Write io J. B. SHDNEK COALOALt R 2U No. 12-311 Tractor Repairs H ntcflvt tractor ejtfndera. and OtUx acl rrut, We In itoek it rmnt orirtlu ytatoM for alt of IM tractora. Rcbord NIVEN 1tl Ave. t. BROS. 17H CANAM FOOD LICINO NUMMR GENERAL TINSMITHiG Phone 1713. 330 Slxlh Strict South, LETKBR1DGE, DRAYING Of All KiiuU Limited r. It FrnlgM 11BI IM4 160 ACRES Two Miles from Skiff Level and free from stone. A snap at per ocrc. cash, balance half crop pay- ments. i CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. L A. H. Roosa THE. BAGQAOE TRANSFER LIGHT ORAYINQ COAL C.O.O. Day and night lo tar train vhcn Fiance mov- ed PHONE 1869 9 2nd Avenut South THEi WARVETERA. WHEN YOU HAVEil Pleaae nohFy SccV Vet-rut' CHfc 37? ;