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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUF, LETIiniUbOE PA1I.Y NO IRE KIDNEY WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, EDMONTON'. July VV. Mar- tin' inspector or Dominion land cie's with headquarters in Edn-.oMon. has'bten'auvhorized lo sipermtend ine Issue of hay and leciporary sranns permils in Alberta this year, stales lx-York conlrollerof Dominion lauds. Mho is in the. ciiy lodsy In connection vilh matters pertaining to Ine grant- Ing ot grazing leases. Before return- ing easi -Mr. York will also visit the Veace River country wilh ilia idea ol Oblainius first-hand information of the hay and feed situation in the north. New regulations have been mule by lhe ilepirlment that lo oo wilh rra'ing lands, in order to meet condit- ions brought about as a result of dreusllt in Ihe souih. linal land ofHce Has received Instructions whu-li show that iu addi- tion lo thc opporluuilies snen for oWaiuing hay lauds, slock raisers will Ira permitted to cut tree of sufficient timber on available Domin- ion lands lo erect temporary shelter lor their stork. An indiscriminate culling ol timber, however, ivill nol be allowed by lhe department- Briefly, tie jristruclioiis arc as follows: Tho Instructions Issued. alp applications for lem norary grazing permils must be. ac 'tompanied by the reulal for the tul 'period. ng authority lo grate. K the lands app'-iid inMruci you as Iu issue rf rcrmlis. In this connecnon Ihe Ions distance mil lelc- --iph should'be used wherever -A Is deernsd necessary tor the efficiency and speedy handling of ihe situation. Iho applicant seems bona j (Sde, and the lands are- clear, ihe lands sho-jld K' reserved, pending Mr. Mar-1 lin's dei-lsiou. There is nothing lo j prevent more Ibnn oce application being maile for tuo same lands, aud such an event Ihe conflicting ap- cations should lie settled upon their] merits by Mr. Martin. Since He -Commenced Take- "Frult-a-thes" 7S Lib. Avisrc, Osr. "Three years "ago. I (o tired, suffered fny murti from Liitr and Kidf.ry Trceblt. Having read ero. rio shall be 'charged In connection wilb an ipllcatlon for a grazing permit. will actually be issued, The result re.' find ax mlteu Binco 1 commenced Rising 'Fruit-a- lives', anJ 1 know now whil 1 liive ool known for a RWil m.iuy lhdt U, lha of 3 healthy bodvand clear __ W A J UK10TT. s'boi, 6 for trial siio2M. At all dealers or seal postpaid oa receipt of by FniiU-tliej limited, Oltiwi, ptrmit is not to he for. You should refer lo the file where land Is applied tor. Appo.jrs llefore Chamber of and is Questions I'AIUS. July rrtmler ClernPO ceau. accompanied by AuJ Turdleu. attended today's meeting the cummitlee o( the dumber o deputies which fvss consnleriuB tne peace treaty and broushi. written re piles' to qussllons oy tn Miiiniiltee regurJinB the loit ol the Hblne. Capt- Tardleu read the replies, atlcr which there' was a lensthy discuss.oii-, the pumiVr ampllfving Ilie rc-nllcs. Ho recalled that the government had pre- sented a memorandum to pcaco conference, setlinf: forlli at Icug h the reasons- why Franco should ho d the Rhine brHeenencls: At the iiildd e ot March the. Preuch Government. In agreement -ivitb tho coniMned various milliard systems fully A Flavour for every taste a5SUrcd Iho safety of France and ptrmil is not to re ]ami applied lor j whiCUj taken oiio ivlili tlie other, -were Me- eicept upon tlie approval of Mr. i under cnlry. U Is not j equivalent to occupation of the bndg Martin. V desired lo pcrnlil anyone to inlerfere maximum area granted wilh or thc disposal cu-a. i flood however. Ihit Iho rights ot the ihe lands covered by cipire absolutely- wilh tie pending applicalions for grazing Ie.aa-[ nf Dcrmit. and shall not bu open lo applicnlious [hat These measures were ecrcpled by lhe peace conference and incorporat- ed in the treaty. Iu addition to Iheoi came later treaties witll Great Hrllam and the l-nlted S'.Bles. guaranleelns immediate and unllDilted military alii. Thc premier aud Capt. Tnrdleu nil- n pcrnlil. lst cr arrive, for grazing rermits, bul shall be, as [fce ,.ma wil, 1lave lo be disposed of 1 11C plClllltV alUU swerins various objections raised re- for grazing rermts, u sa [fce ,.ma wil, 1lave lo e ispos In open to applications wiUl0iil roferencc lo hay permits until tho applictnt is which ho 'feoi dispc; _ ___ T.iricful thai it has been dc- __ .-nnmn rtf nrfiiTin tinn "i acinally advised thst it has been de- 10 isaue a lease iu his favor. thc r-llal shall be at aiinc make by reason any I lo [nation 'or im- Ger- lhe distance ,f ihe allies.-point. provouehts. Tho fact that a parcel land is held under grazing pormit iioi 01 lanu 15 neia uu'jci giui.iun i'------ bu; I Uie rale of five coots per head "per wjll uo[ vrcveni homestead entry be- No Fermils Beyond April, 1920. no permit shall extend Ibevond lhe 1st April. 193fl. 1 all applications musl be made to the agent ot Dominion lauds tor lhe district iu which the iand af- fected is situaled, but not hcceisarily lin person. ing made therefor by anyone who is prepared to lake the entry subject-to ing permit. (14) Grazing Of the Lolder o! the graz- I of "he inlliiarv ed oul.thsl it was impussihlc lo ad- mit that an army reduced lo 100.000 men could, even In Iho face oMhe uni- versal indifference ol the world in general mid France In particular, bo raided to several million men armed and equipped, ready ior war. rrl" hearius of the premier lisled permits may liours. granted on lands reserved for soiditr on the "same basis as OQ ordinary Domiuipn lapdsv ConM Not Sleep Eruption Itched and Bamed So. "I a Bait pimple on my by's face. 1 thought U was from e ran but it pttinf worae tnd the slin was red and He could not sleep or rest tha eruption hcbed and bnrBed so, and h caused him to I qoitc dis- v clause" 13 immediately preccedlng) aents QIKgl "I saw an lot Cuil- m if rrs sample. 'I boufbt more abd aficr using two cakes of ColionaSoap and two and a borea of Cnticuia Omimeot ws- (Signed) Mre. S. Oai.; Dec. 18, 1919. ___ Use Cuticara Soap, Ointment and Talcum for evtry-day toila purposa I shall continue, except lhat all appli; S cations sbaaAe submilled to Mr. Mar- as yon have already been instructed by wire, no hay per- mits arc lo be issued except to bona flde settlers and stockmen" in propor- ion to their slock- 1 would point out hat thc words "actual selllera" in he hay resulations shall "oe held lo -aean lor this season or until further advls'ed. any. bona fide farmc siockinan. 'Inspection .Necessary' it'.will not he necessary as a general rule lo inspect-lands to see whether they are suitable for ag- ricultural' purposes, before gra'zinE permits are granted thereon." Inspec- tor Martin will use his discretion in dealing wilh connecting applicalions. In many cases the stodrrrien wonld, no doubt, he just as well soiled if granted' adjoining lands to those ap- shelter for their 'smcl. ThU agents 1 and Mr. Martin should, see1, however lhat the'timber is not.cut indiscrim- inately, but ihat as rnuch "dead lim- ber as possible is utilized, green lim- ber being cut only where it is abaO- lulely essential' and unavoidable. You are also injtnicted lo advise all holders of leases in your district that they may dispose r.' ibis year free oj dues to any person owning Elock any surplus hay which, may be. onMlicir leaseholds. H has also been decided that hay pernpils may he. erauled on la-nds re- served for bird sanctuaries with' lhe proviso thai no cutting will be done within .300 feet of, the water. Madeih Canada Another Report Thai Bolsheviki] Growing in That t'ounlvy LONOOX. July from Bulgaria fay way of Berlin declare that Bolshevism is spreading in that country, says an Exchange Tolegrapb. 11 ffl Tke same, satisfying same delightful flavor is iealed in every can of Seal Brand Coffee pound, 1 pound, and 2 pound in trie bean, ground, or fine ground for twralalois. Write (or ourlooUet: It's CfcfASE X MONTREAL 0.1 NEW YORK, earn ings of tho United Slate's Steel Cor poralion for (jnaripr o: the 'calendar year, as shown' by tb pncted thit'lKlHjeKfties an expenditure of OXI.OOO. Blow.ouU and puncturet In. molomll. 'Poil {n' b.y nccidcnlt. UUMIMIUM ROYAL CORD" TIRES. The Icna ol ihouionde ol lineny in eompBd ond each Imbedded In pure lire ilnlclort end lire wall ol diction, puncjure-prool tjid prattiUJIy "DOMINION TIRES, m thcrtiMlvei wie-ilippini, Csrelul (eiU ilia proro Ihil c.r enuipped wilh "DOMINION ROYAL CORD1'TIRES make. more, milel per gallon of g.iolineih.n Ine.MmectrcinrniVeen Ubrlc Thll big in .clu.l caih, when lowing. DOMINION INNEH TUBES ai ihe louring DorSnlonTirei. They .r. ol lhe jr..J. tilt ;