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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta J TIU'lXSnAY, JULY 17. 1910 V1IK I.F.TMWIDCIK DA.ILY 11ERAIII PAGE FIVE Two Governments and Railway Companies To Bear Third Transportation Cost OTTAWA, July rellewi the laljers in tha dry areas ot Al- berta and Saskatchewan, whose herds re threatened through scarcity at Hie rodaral jorernment his sub mined proposals lo Ihe provincial lorrrainenls InteifBteJ. II Is tioiid lo cut hay on tUe Dominion laidi lo (he north, kilo U nod ship H louttt to tho cattle, or to lend the citUe from southern anas to Ice hay lauds of tio north, wLere moliluro has been adequate and fnei j abundant. To carry out ellhor or buth ol propoKlB, (ho Doiflin Ion jovsmmMvl hie proposoil ID lh> prarluclal I hut cost, of rurlDj'aDri moving the hay and cattle Nbe borns equally by thfc Domlulon got- rnmeit, provincial jjuveruuieQl ;atlwAy companies and utock Aaoliir propoill for division poiuo Is lhat It to borne equally by the Dominion government, provincial governments find railway comuanleE. TnlB latter probably jrtll na adopted, 19 the Etoclt owners may not -be lit n financial position to assume soy part between the provincial fOTernraent and representatives of tae railways were in progress today for or deciding the frelfht nits lo he charged on the callle which Ibo gov- ernment will buy cattle owners for the farmers ot this prov- ince. It Is expected that the Domin- ion government will also take Imme- diate iteps to efslst Ihe provincial government In gelling as low v. rate as poulble. Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister or agriculture of Alberta, U eipeclcd to arrive In YYCanlpeB; la a. feiv days and will coafv with Mr. Wlnkler, Maul- toha minister of agriculture, as to the meant of buying and handling tho cattle. RAYNHAM FAILS AGAIN ST. JOHN, July ertck r. Haynham lalleiu again v today to get away on an in- tempted Irmis-AllanIk' Might iu bis MarUL'aydf plane. Tbe iiia- v chine rOEO only 30 Teat and then crftfilied (o (he ground. II 4 irair completely wrecked, but V neither Haynham v yator. Lltul. Blddlecorab, wab v Injured. LIKELY TO PROBE July Robert 'norden wired Georgo II. Hughes. preBltlont of Iho ContraclorB1 AflBoclatlou of CatRtry. Testerity, tie coit. The Alberla aiitborHlBal Vromlslng to glTQ coriBld- eration and attention" (o the demand 'or an inresLlgallon' Into Alleged prof- :leerinr by lumber manufacturers. The cnargo of proflleiSrlnB rras made at the annual meeting of the associa- tion tn Iba board ot trade rooms on' i stemmed their wlUlnjceaa to co- Hwrue, and It la believed will ad- tiiftl thft n-holo exuenw bo borno the Dominion and provincial gor- namoaia and Ibo nil way ooinuanlpa. Klip to Plant EDMONTON, July AlbOrta joTernmeot will finance the purchase fill for farmers In the Iroutfil district and will in (his way five Tftlltf tinder tlio terms and pro- listens ot the Seed Grain Act. This 13 the TOBQlt ot the cabinet confer- the result ot the caalnel confer- ence, on Wednesday ana will, H 15 belleraay contribute materially to a loluUoo Cf? (he present difficulty. Fair rye ia-strongly recommended Hon.. Duncan Marahaii, m.hlGter of fcflrlcuUUTa; as a me sin 6 of providing Call and spring and still ln- lurlnr crop a yetr la Lor. U Is ndapted -to coaditlona suoh a a, preral) I bid 7 sir. ud tho nilnlsLer consider E tbat Alberta farmers who have1 losl fhelr wheat cropa be -wcU lo tow rje and thus securo a ftt (Teen for their stock. Thera Iff to to tstween ind 1S.WO ol rye In the pror- Inoa Tfhkib would ta atallable (or ModiQaf vvpMMi Ilia government ku dacldti to ftnbBcaJ purchases Crbm tbJi vtock or from Bitch other AJ raaf ba fonod Deceasarr for fannera uiialila to tttelr own The will be throicb. iiiv munlclpalltlea vrhere grftudMtl, and by the depart mint tiC ID uaorganlzel dliaCrlcti OD aubfllantiilly lho Ramc lerna condlUonaxaa the.purcnue ot Mtd jrt'-ri BupvUea lait'apring. on Freight Jnij- LO.VIJON', July A. JM-.- Kicellent weitber prevailed today Cor the second stage of the King's prize, 10 shots ouch at 200, SOD and GOO yards. Bilfour niadb the top Canadian ccore, 122. making 39 at ?.00 and u'OO yards. and 44 at 600 yards. Mortimer made 44 at 200 an dobt) and 33 at 600 yards. Vincent fell oft, matting 40, ZZ and 33, an aggregate or 106. Francis. 38. 34 and 44-IIG; Oarrlng, 37, 36, AJetander. 40, 32, Hutcbtnsou, SS, S5, Martin, 39, 34, 39-112; "W. Morris. 41. 11, 37, SS. SpaMlog. 40, 37, 117; Utton, 36, 40. Faulkner, 31, 32, 94; Goodhouse. 30, 32 34 Hatch, 3S, 34, .Mclnnci, 37, 37, Xevrruan, 41, 89. 110; Daunt, 42. an delghl others aggreg V LOXOOiV, July Hon. Churchill, In a memorandum on the strength of the army, nld recruiting for tue regular proceedlm lallsfatlOTily, J09.- 000 voluntary recruits liBvfnff already ueen If lho present rate of enlLetrnenl is raalntained. the prob- Rblllly Is tliat all cieu wtt actually fuujbi In lUe war -rvlll be re enlisted (before April 20 next. Since the aruiialice, netrly j 'hare been demobilized, tho aggregaie rsmaJnlEjf uu tbo Blrtngih, includ..igl volunteer being Hy lho end of thQ year IhU figure will' be by about ouQ'balf, leaving COO.OPO me a under lo secure early a. shoivinz o[ ihis pluure as posalljle. "Suunyaide' will be pri-senied on tho Km press ticreen four daj'J starting Mouday, oust weeX, and it is muru people "111 throng: Lho tinpreii lhau has attended uny theatre in Lelhhrtfee for auy photoplay Usn. From crittclsma received from the UTgeil cUlee In the United S'.aUa and CaDtdi where "SunnrAlcte" haa been shown. U la edCo to this is the ireatsst comedy ture thatvthe popular Chap- ICn has ever In. The man- itcnient of the Bin press call special attention to the matlneo perform- ances, so Iliat all thcalro patrons nlll have au opportunity to soe Charlie's latest and Iutrtie5t cooi. wcaUh. riaucei'. is Lia swer tu tte suiauu'r.s? H forms Ihe fMmax of this coijipeJlius lalt- of ilic open nlacos. Ste Am 1 at Co- lonial ttiljy. It's grfraL Tlie latest episode of "Tiie Hed Glore." aad aaiuo good couedlej wHI also be shown. MISS BENNETT RAN ated 115 shool oft for one plaro in Uu ftnal alage. Balfour, Morti- W- Morris, F. Utlon LUU McEnneii already are In the final. Tuesday It was stated In a. telegram to tbs pritoe zulnlater lhat the price had all reason, Ibut a preference-was given by Ihe British Columbia raanufacturars to or- ders from tho "United States which wero accpmpanicd bjr the offer of A bonus, anrl Iliat orders for the Can- adian Treat, If filled at all, were BO delayed as to Interfere-Eerlously the Industry'and cause lack ol employment. SUGUEST3 TWO-LPADCRB FOR LIBERAL PARTY 'WHAT AM I AT THE COLONIAL TODAY A3OLISH CABLE CENSORSHIP July It. cable centorship will be abolished on Ju.j- Poster, fioinclal sec- retary of the Tvar olflce, iu making this announcement in (lie commons to- day, added thst the rolaxalloa also to private you love tbe greal Do you thrill lo atones, spleudM iu their simplicity, that Lliun the pas- sions and Iiope3 of men and against Ihe magnificent bacXgroun-J of woods and mountains? Is (here somethlag In the magic ot l nature that In your mind enhances lea- fold 1he romance of a story told under tbe all (be wiJa world lor a. linlj Ueauelr. who ia featured "Partner? Three." the lateii Thoiaaa IL 1 nee-Par a mount photoplay, irblch fe belnc eliowu at Slarlaud iliia week. Is a great lover of all dumb animaU, birds, sere one. In the desert scene In picture phe was required to almost step a l.viLE rattlesnake, colku and ready strlkt. The story required that she became frighteced 'and rua "That ia ono of the most natural TblnB9 I have ever done beforj the gasped MIES Bennett, after the laWDE of the Fivo 1'oiula iii _Sev York or ciiapt-1 London, JL li, or it is Eiill (litre as a shadow of its lonuer resort of tin vi'orbi elc-iuenl of ibc cltj. Vet bdnit of it was outward and tho hor slummtr soineilnies Ihlugs that were really only there for hi? especial benelit. Ytl there werMD GLOVE Funny Comedy "MKED TAILS" _______ SPECIAL ORCHESTRAL FEATURES INCLUDING OVERTURE" B'f ROSSINI COME ON DOWN TO THE COLONIAL AND COOL OFF Unal Price i Z5c and lOc QTARLANF) All ThomasUlnce presents Wm.S.HABT the Poppy Girls Husband" An ABTGBAFT Picture In Love-and cing l4Xea In Prison! FWDAT AND SATURDAY "THOSE ATHLETIC GIRL8" TWO-RllL ArfulU 35c; Children tatuMa'y Owing to a raise in pfiM on aH Wra. S. ASTS been la advance our adailislon pries. Tha aboie-prlew will bo cliarisl, In lor all WILLIAM 8, HART wnor MiAfD or WORK AT THE EMP OH NATIONAL'ATTjWCTlbfi, AND THE VERV LATtST ;