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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 22, 1913 TIIE LErnmyiKifi -OAILV HETHALU PACK NINE EEIli FEEB Outline of Ihc Settlement iCcach- ed at Conference Held in Winnipeg Following i-'ouTerence of officials cl ilio government. Ihc rail- Ihe provincial governmenls ol the iimlrie vroviticcs heKt at nipoe laai ivcey. i'. was announced at liio conclusion lliat so far as Uio rail- ways nr.d i'no govonnnents bre en at'J'ccjEonl )iad been riti'licil reinectlog HHJ trauaporlatlon ol [eej Io stock-In drought areas. Ibo Irautportallon of slock from drought areas io paiture. The Do- nilnlcii gorcimmeot. !l Is hoped, will also agree Io the policy reached at the conference. Those atlendlDE Included officials of tho C. P. R. the C. S'. R. and the O. T. P. mid tbe deputy ministers of agriculture of Manitoba. Siskatche snil Alberta. D. M. Johnston feprcsohlod Ihe Dominion govern uient. and E. J. Stone tbe railway war board. Tlie moellcj vrat bold tor thu imruoao of conilderlng (be luoieiuent of cadla and slipop oul ol ught areas and movement into] such districts of hay also movement ot hayliiK outfits to speci- fied districts where bay IB put up. Representatives of ihe provincial government submitted approximate descriptions of territory la which teha! Is required. RuoKtd As ft result ot the mealing pro- vision will ba made for tbe shipment of hay and straw carlutdi from Etatious ID Iho three prairie prov- I ace 5, outside of tho drought area to EtitlouB io tbe area doe ot freight charges. The- railways will aland one third o! the freight charges, and the prcmncJil aud governments ID order to prerooi ttes 'LAKES COALITION BUT WITH MAJORITY 1 LONDON, Juljr elec- toral iwlng Against the govern- ment, noted In all recent bye tloni, wai continued In tbat hgld yuttfday at. Swansea. David NUthiWi, CoalitloivUbaral, Premier Lloyd party re- ceived votes to B.166 given David Williams, Laborlte. In the December election which the aame number ot were catt, Coalition' LlbtraU had majority of m P l V-.S Hot? Not on Lake Superior! ltie' around in the iipprr eig'hllrs, and you wish Henry Ford would invent a yoil ever'ilop Ihe lemptr.sture cf Lake Superio- never 40 dagreci? ftVhal if you don't the time for a long Holiday? Canadian Pacific Railway's Clyde-built steamships mafca Kve'-day.iripVfrbm William to Pert McNiepll and 'back, you can be cool as an Eskimo and .ar. cemforialila ais a Mew York clubmin. {Roomy cabins; Ihe bttl of broittd Lake Superior on deck under the lazy against Ihft long, northern breezQ from a thousand miles of clean woods, on duty twenty-four hours in the if you find you've got more time thin you counted a -week.on-ttie Nipigon River, forty miles from Forl WfHiim, quidss, canncs and camptfrei and white water under the more speckled trout than you know wHal to do With? For further particulars and reiervations, apply a third each. i H was de- cided tutt the railways hare authorfty to sell feed transported uofler the special arrangement In the Interest of all coocerncd which remained on hand at destination longer loan ten deyc. Jn regard1 to Uie shipment of bftjing outflts If they arc shipped prior to Ortcber 1, 1919, uhJ returned bolore Doconibcr 31, 1919, tha saino aselsl ance will be In connection (he ah 1pmcut of hay (r.io ot freight, the applicant; muat be a racehor and un- ablo (o frelpbt to ferjd his stock.1 Ilia sUiemcnU must U' supported by ihe bfTldarit and certified by (lie Eccrstctrr- treasurer of tbe njunlcl- pallly or ba'nher. He muBt furnlsb In liU appUcatlon. Etatement of hlR livestock, and crop (or 1919; price ot hay bo is buying, end he will not be allowed Tree ol freight more tban 70 tons .of hay nor more tban 1-2 tons per horse or cow, or half a ton per sheep actually owned by him. certificate -will be IBSUQI! lor feed supplied by vendors wlikli profits or landing charges appear Io cesslve, or the prico J. GORDON, Depot Ticket Agent. he cx- of feed exceeds reasonable marfcet value. In (ha shipment of cattle and ihcep Iho policy adopted at tho conference is to help those who need assistance-and let those In a yostUon to help themselves do so. Livestock Shipments Cattle and sheep, shipped locally up to November 15, from (trough t points in the provinces to points ibrce .prairlo outside the drought area In the same province, if shipper is a farmer or rancher and the owner thereof, will be way tilled at larin r.ites upon preset lion of ft certificate ot the provincial gOTCrnmcnt, and the same slock when It la returned to tha original shipper at the original point of ship- ment on or before August 1, 1920, will he given a. special rale" of 50 per rent, of the'current livestock mileage tariff from Uie feeding potnt on presentation of a government certificate which should give reference to inwards ex- pense bill. The Dominion government and the provincial goYernnienl con- sent io pay the balance equally. Caltle and sheep from stat- ions in the drought pur- chased and shipped by and consigned lo.the provincial fioverjimenLs, of Al- herla, Saskatchewan or Manitoba, will Le moved at 75 per cent, of tbe rent mileage tariff rates Io stations In Alberta, other tieji Ihc putllc mar- kets a I Calgary Edmonton; to stations lu Saskatchewan other than public, mwketi at Moos? and Prince an'd to stations in MUD ilobB other than the Winnipeg anj St Hontface stock markets, sfilpmcuw Jo bo corered by certificates of the oro- vloclal governments concerned. In connection with the shipment ol Hrostork certain rules were agreei upon, cue providing Dial [he errani locnt will apply only un "tattle and nheop, not IVAO carloads Ihe properly "of one or more farmers or ranchers. Who own not more than 100 Head ot cattle or 300 head o sheep, and bona1 fide ihc property o ihe appHcuDt previous to July 1, 1918 The apnHcant muBl elao show Io tb satisfaction of the provincial govern merit that he located suitable range with adequate feed and water The arrangement will not apply t governments or railways. Grain Growers Busy CALGAftY, July order t keap in close touch ivlth tbe marke and iced situation throughout th country, Iho United Grain Grower liavo representatives at present inve the market conditions for th absorption of Alberta stock at Wlnn peg and St. Paul- Them are als agents .of .this'company in the Peac River district, and In Ontario and som part3 of the Slates, inquiring into th feed situation and making a study o the pi fees and supply which may b available to relieve "the condition here. It is felt generally in well in [or me circles that Alberla has not sufficlem feed Io look after the stock in the I province this year, and unless a great quantity cnn'ha shipped In from dif- ferent'parts early this fall a large bulk of the catllu in southern Alberta will have to The: Manitoba government has decided to appro- priate. V large Sum for the purchase ot much of'this slock, the idea being to have "the for Manitoba farmers Uie'govern- ment. E. 5. western manager of Ills .United considers IMat this Is Rn excellent'taove on the l I y. RanasJand, and tu VVoyburn byjof tho foriuer mntnntT. is the l.lberjljM. llamiHoii. ot McTaggart, the can- islguullou of Ur. Mitchell. ID] c'jndUaio, and la an lu-MMliLk- uf On- 1-ileruls. was elected Mra. M. O. widow dfliwudc-ni liberal. la ber, Alta. 10NDAY, JULY 28th PREPARATION DAY BALL GAME, 4.30 VS. TABER. TUESDAY, JULY 29th SO vs. Taber. Children's Sports. Races (3 Grand Stand Performance and Comedy Stunts, Fancy Roping, Etc., Etc. 8.30 Stand Performances. JULY 30th Island vs. Taber. 2.00 Races (3 Bucking Contest, Horseback .Wrestling, Tint Pegging, Fancy Roping, Grand Stand Performances. GRAND STOCK PARADE Stand Performances concluding with big Military Spectacle, Attack and Fire Works. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR VlSfTORS. x f. Hearty.Welcome to People of Lethbridge.and District. Good Roads. Good Tram .v 11; Service, For'Prize Concessions and Further Particulars, Apply W. C. BLOUNT, Secretary! part of Ibe Manitoba government, lor ft will have the tendency to keep the slock in western .Canada and stabilize prices. So far havo not received any repotfe 'ffpnv their agent a in the enst. reladve'lo Vhd" stock 'mar- ket or situation, _ .j Stabilize That lie purchaii'of'Alberta cattle by the" jTHanitoba government will rhavo the parfof the'-'counlry and :at same-' time-.hold' the bulk -of weilern Canada's I've slock from be- in'if grabbed up" and removed from the.west, Is tiie opinion of -Mr. Me- Rory. jllcnory. says' HjaE.aHbpugli the plans "have definitely laid, it Is1 known that, the Manitoba EOV-, ernmenl will appropriates Inrge sum for the purchase orcnuie in AiuOiia, which will suffer owing to the laclc of feed, If they are not-removed.this fall. The plan is to have Ihe" cr.imcnt bjiy this stock" tind the inrm- ers JTlll tli.cn take Iho cattle over from the government agents. According to reports, several Mani- toba government agents are now in the province looking over the situa- tion- and these men will buy stock and have it- shipped esst just as fact as transportation facilities will per- mit. So long as the cnltlc in Alberta arc of good llier will .hold Ihp price up. ivelV according to Mr. McjioriY but just as soon as they thin and scrubby the price will naturally rtrpp and it will be hard'to. "draw a good figure. "If is felt gen- erally that with a dearth ot feed for the slock they will soon get, thfn and (he .Idea Is to market them while ,'Uiey ire in g'oort "condition.'" .The Feed' Situation. peaking ot tho. feed situation, Mr, Me Rory says that thero Ig no doubt but, that much of the slock will have to-'leave Alberta, lie admits ,thnt there Is an abundance, ol liny in the northern part of the province, but to get at It a dlfDcult thing. lie says that the recent rain will provlilo plenty of pasture for tho summer and the cattle can rustic r.l) right, bill when the winter, comes Ihefc will be no feed to speak of In the southern section of (de province, ami n't (3 Ihfs stock IhflL -lho people must look out for. In (he cold rnonllis. Hay. IB Scarce Hay la acdrce at (he-present -time and Ihoro will be llltla of it when Uie winter In Bomo, pnrta ol the province U is reported Ihnl bafed Is selling a: ti ton now. and looae Say, taken from the stack, is d-lo lie worth Somelhiup around i'or a ton. With a situation of fhh kln.'lit ran rendlly seen ihnt komething must be doiie nl Iho flcllon of the Manitoba govern- Went1 will RO a long wAy (owerd solv- ing Iho nroMcm. One million dollars WH3 tho amount, siiegesled tor the govenimcnt for Ihc purchase of AlborU caltlo.- The Greatest Home In Goody-Land PERFECT GUMlPjASTs WRIGLEYS JUICY FRUIT sr CHEWING GUM t. i f-ORMER MEMBER'S WIDOW CANDIDATE IN SASKATCHKWAW UIKQINA. 23. .Vonilnnllon? Wok Weyburn for1 caWllilft'lto'-to conluaf In tho legislature for (hu riding find maOo Vacant In the CEIKC of Telly death of DOMINION FOR AIL DOMINION TIRES First of all, remember lhat Dominion t. Inner Tubes are made by the experts wJio perfected inch masterpiece! "Royal Cord" and "Nobby Tread" Tires, fhey are the and longest wearing InnerTubet because they are made of the rubber. Several layers of a special compound of pure Para Rubber are the reason why these Inner Tubes are strong DOMINION INNER TUBES arebuilt in mind give long and Mtitfactory Mrvke. 'That ihey will do Ihis has been proved for by ftouiand.'oi car-ownen on every road in Canada. Dominion Inner Tubes insure perfectly ;