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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THfc LETHBniDGE HEfULD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT DETAILS OF PLAN I Still Negotiating With Domin ion Government For Pay ment Other Half of Fee i fipoclal to the Herald July whlch have been In progress for the past few bstweea tho deputy min ister of agriculture for province end tha representatives of the rail way companies and the interior and Indian departments regarding reduced rates for the shipment of stock north and hay south and for permission to cut hay on tho Dominion and Indian lands have reached a point at which a definite arrangement can be made for reduced rate purposes the dividing line between touth and north was east and went Iron Tho railways give a haJf rate on cattle ehlpped from eoutyi to north that subject to the following The rancher applies to the railway agent at his shipping point for an application The shipper de clares before a commissioner for tak ing affidavits that he Is tho owner of the that he desirea to ehip for grazing or feeding purposes only and not for sale or He for wards this declaration to the deputy of agriculture at Edmonton who issues a certificate to which ho must also On presentation of this certificate to the railway agent from whom the application wae pro cured the shipper is entitled to a half rate on his stock to point of destina Before shipment he must agree that tho stock will be returned to point of Pay Pull It has been announced by tho Dom inion minister of agriculture that the Dominion government will pay the other half of the cost of transportation of the livostock but the details regarding that point are stilJ the subject of Haying out fite must pay full rate to destination but on certificate of the provincial department of agriculture that they have been used for haymaking they be returned Want Cent a The provincial department has ask ed for a cent a mile rate for hay laborers from any point to any point Jn Alberta on certificate on the provincial department of labor Lethbridge and Medicine matter luur not yet been It has been arranged with the Dominion government that per mits will be issued to cut hay on Dom inion lands to persons holding the ap proval of the provincial department of Application must be made to the provincial department at Edmonton on the form The applicant must mako affidavit that the hay is required for the win tering al his own etock and not for barter or If the actual cutting Is to be done by a neighbor he must hold a letter of authority from the owner of the cattle whiclj must be approved by the The permit fee for cutting hay on Dominion lands is 10 cents a The permit to cut is Issued by offi cers of the Dominion land It is expected that an officer with au thority to issue hay permits will be stationed at If this is not done applicants for permits in the Slave Lake country will have to go to Peace The appointment of guides to adjust tho rights of permit holders is at present under negotiation between the provincial and The fight to cut buy on Indian re serves is subject to the approval of the provincial department on the samo conditions as in the case of hay on Dominion whore the sanc tion of the provincial lepartmeat has been given an arrangement may be made with tho Indian agent on terms to be agreed to by the The permit fee on Indian reserves will be a Hay cut under permits ns above may be shipped out of the north at any time before May 1919 at half tho regular Tho Dom inion minister of agriculture has an nounced that the Dominion grant will pay the other half of the cost but 1lnal arrangements In that connection have aot yet boon PRAYER FOR A NEW By Louis May nothing evil cross this And may Illfortune never pry About these windows may the And rains go Strengthened by ifaith these rafters will Withstand the battering of the storm This though all the world grow Will keep us Peace ahull walk softly through these Touching our iips with hqly Till every casual corner blooms Into a Laughter shall drown the raucous shout though these sheltering walls are thin Hay they be strong to keep hate out hold love FEED SITUATION Says It Will Solve pects Huge Acreage Next Year EVERYTHING READY TO The feed problqpi is solving and I believe all the stock In the country will come through satisfac Thin in tho opinion of Duncan minister of agricul who Is in the city today to offi cially open the fair and The government has had represen tatives throughout the province and they have succeeded in locating a largo amount of hay and much good Cattle and sheep are now tak on to tho and the hay will he cut and shipped Into the districts that are short of so taking It 1 think that conditions will be very good this This rain is also going to help a great Irt the north heavy rains the past few days asaures a largo crop of feed on fields which previously did not look as if they would make a crop of any The oats will also make a good crop In tho And in the south a few good rains would result in a freshening of the so that a surprising amount of feed may yet be In when conditions on the ange were just as bad as they are late summer rains produced a fine crop of grass on the prairies and the stock through the win ter in fine Hay Speaking of the hay situation in the north Marshall said thought that the Lesser Slave Lake region would produce Machin ery for cutting it will ba shipped In at half while the cost of transporta tion of the hay from the loading point to the feeding grounds in the south is being borne by the railways and gov Thus the cost of feed is really only the cost of cutting and baling and hauling to tlie A little enterprise on the part of the stock owner therefore will provide him with hie winters supply of Crop Speaking of general conditions in the Marshall says there can by no stretch of imagination be considered a crop in the A few fields which received exceptional attention in preparation will have a ten to fifteen bushel but on the whole the crop is practically a there is a wet there will be an enormous amount of land prepared for next and the largest acreage in the history of the province will be Snowed at Marshall bad just received a telephone call from Olds before talk ing to the Herald and the report was that the ground was covered with snow there at the time and it was still Hope Weather Will Clear For Rest of Proceeds LOCAL MAIL IN ALSO STRIKE The local branch of the Letter Car riers association held a meeting this to discuse the action to be taken in connection with the strike affecting tho carriers at different points In tlio The local branch has received word of the lion of the branches at several other and while no strike was declared the local preferring to wait for instructions from the cen tral it was thought likely tho men would go out very shortly pro vided tho government did not meet their Winnipeg and Calgary are without a carrier system today and general delivery at these points is It the men here go out general delivery will bo compelled to handle all the mail through the wick which will entail a great deal of extra work and would soon swamp the ES Tells women how to dry up a corn It lifts out without Modern highheeled footwear buckles the toes and produces and many of the thousands of hospital cases of infection and lockjaw are the result of womans suicidal habit of trying to cut away these painful For little cost there can be ob tained nt any pharmacy a quarter of an ounce of a drug called freez which is sufficient tp rid ones feet of avery hard or soft com or callus without the slightest dang er or A few drops applied directly upon tho aching stops the soreness and shortly entire root anil lifts right It is a sticky which dries the moment It is and thou sands of men and women use It be cause the corn shrivels up and comes out without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or Cut this out and try It If your corns bother Though the ruin and chilly north east wind this morning hnd a dampen Ing effect on the re sulting In the postponement of the parade until Wednesday largo numbers cf people wero cominn Into tho and at noon it looked as if the fair would go on during the At any rate the judging was to start at two and will continue according to the program un til all classes are It was not definitely known either whether the stampede program for tho afternoon would be carried The riders and the stock were all in Uieir places at noon ready to go to at the crack of the and though the afternoon crowd was expected to bo ellm it was thought thnt if the afternoon program were staged it would pave the way for a smooth ex hibition Sister Cities Day when the whole of Raymond and Magrath would be on The wet if it docs not con tinue too will have no ill effect on the said Manager People arc so glad to see rain that they will tho elements to be while the not having anything In particular to do at this will corns in all the greater We have four days of crowded programs after and with any kind of decent weather we should have monster During the night some of the mid way tents were blown down by the strong and the occupants had to find a fresh spot in which to The grounds are taking on the ap pearance of a fair of the oldtime char and there will be plenty of amusement for young and TRIEOTOBREAK CITY CELLS Jack Poole and David who appeared in police court yesterday endeavored at noon yester day to break out of the city jair They had wrenched a lock off the door and when noticed by the young son of Rose they were trying to get through the window in the basement of the city The police were tified and the two men were prevented from They will appear be fore Magistrate Irwin this aftecnoon charged with attempting to break and in it there IB all tho jmopin that you ever heard Them Ho Jack Uttle Miss liny and I dont know how many Talk about fairy it will be a real fairy land Mini storlos and 1 dont know thoy havent got In the this I believe that tho ciiaiitauqua wrote you a letter and told you somo of these If they I am too late because you dlrnady but for fear that they didnt you a I am writing you ODD so that you may know and say you will bo there on the first I think there will be room for What would Stout think if 500 boys and gfrte would romn on the first She would have to send to Calgary ifor two or three more Miss but my gracious ho fun that there will Get after your mama riRlH away and be sure to got your If you get it pretty soon it will only you can earn that monny in time to get Dont forget to get your ticket for the One thing the fair grounds arn equipped with this year is an emer gency The Rotary tlub was given the laek of organizing tho which Is located In the southwest of the and they secured part of the Citizens Ambu lance class of a few Tho team is represented by Ship Cleaver and all returned and In gram who tried to enlist but was turn They have secured from tho fire department and the rait hos pital a complete including two and they will patrol the grounds ready for any Leech is the physician in The Chautauqua By A Letter to the Didnt I tell you last year what fun the Chautauqua would be for the kid tiles Do you remember the Nations Pageant and Miss who was the leader of the Junior Chautauqua My ahe was wasnt and all those wasnt all that fun Well I want to tell you some The childrens part of the Chau tauqua this year is going to beat last year all to Its going to The play is MOTHER a festival for the THE AEOLIAN VOCALION AWAITING YOUR HEARING IN OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR THE AEOLIAN GREATEST OF THE VOCALION HAS THE RICHEST THE VOCALION WILL PLAY ALL MAKES OF THE VOCALION HAS THE GREATEST OF ALL TONE ACTUALLY ALLOWS YOU TO PLAY RECORDS NOTE RESPONDS TO YOUR YOU MAY SHADE EACH PHRASE AS YOU THE USE OF THE GRADUOLA IS We have secured the exclusive agency for this new mus ical instrument and we invite you to come in and hear and play the If you have no thought of WILIIS PIANO Manager THIRD AVENUE SOUTH NO MONEY TRUST July Ot tawa to a question In the house of commons Bonar Law stated that the gov ernment was fully alive to the necessity of preventing the estab lishment of a money trust and had carefully considered bank amal gamations before AND Cars Samson Tractors SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE GROUNDS DURING FAIR DISTRIBUTORS HARRIS ROSS1TER Office 112 5th Street Phone 1712 Meet Me At The Fair SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede Corsets from Parker Martin THE GRAHAM MOTOR Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES Manager Auction Extraordinary Empire Jewelry DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK Daily at 2 and 7 Until Stock is Having been called to the the entice stock of high grade Jewelry of the Empire Jewelry consisting of Cut has been placed in the hands of the and will be sold at Public Auction without reserve or VALUABLE FREE PRIZES will be given away at end of each Your price will be the auctioneers REMEMBER SALE CONTINUES AT 2 AND 7 DAILY UNTIL STOCK STANLEY EMPIRE JEWELRY Dalits NABOB u II A M I 1 i Free Demonstration OF Nabob Nabob De Luxe Vacuum Packed Tea Coffee BY MISS FERGUSON AT KERR GOS GROCERY 313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH When in the city try a cup of the above lines noted for their splendid cup i i Gypso Fibre Wall Board FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS r TIRIT RESISTING SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND JULY 2227 SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS IN BUILDERS SUPPLIES MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Limited ;