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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HAY l; 1020 Trig DAflY HERALD PAGE SEVEN V Get Rid of Mange FORI.D.A1B.C.RY. Only High Erough 6 Allow for Economic ration _. April Bdmon- ton, rjunyeEan fc British Columbia Railway will shortly apply, to the board of railway for an Increase1 In rates. J. D. McArtbur, president of tho road, announced to- day that rale experts are now at work' fiilae a tarM which will yield infttclcnt income to tata ears of the ffxed'eSafges'or the road, and he' has engaged -F. AH. Pnlppen. K.C., to.pre- tent his owe to tie railway commis- sion. Mr. JSttArlhur po.lnts ,oit the cost of of tie real has teen kept 'below what -It ahould oe, and ojefttlpn could not be on tho'rerwwderlveil'biftb.B pres- cate with the inspector in charge ot your dUlrk't or Dr. J. C. liargrava at Medlelno Hat. Owners ot vats ere particularly re- quested to permit as many callle as dipping unit will conveniently to go through. It is necessary o mato use of every avail- able vat to the fullest extent if every owner will do hla share to as- sist arid facilitate dipping, mange will in ihe. very near a thing ot tho past. Thfre are tew It any stockmen In Llberta. who are not familiar .with this disease, as it has existed to a varying itent for many years in this prov- nce. Regulations for its control have been enforced by tho Health; of Aui- mels of the Rjderal Depart- ment of Agriculture for ia long period, but the is lUth us. These restrictions have undoubtedly caused nconvenlence. Hnifcclat losses and in erne cases hardship' individuals. This, could not avoided as the of rejali- ions for the controrbt .disease having as their object1 tie 'protection of oiir Ivestock interests ..iii- general, even administered...TflJJi.ihB greatest care are contcmious frvio the indivl- lual It not surprising hcrctoTe, to find that the Individual caltts owner has at times shown uIs._____ rcseutmedt to the enforcement of' should reserve enough Of his best pre- restrictions. -This resentment pared land to one or two jaa >t certain times .in the past jncres of oals for every head ot horses been general, especially after the j and cattle which he wishes to carry dipping over "next, 18 tho suggestion largely I made by. Hon. George Langley, who is ent tasts of An tnorVaib' sufficient '-'only to pay and reas- onable expcnfe OB would be Halted arts' Mr. adds that he develop- ment Of tb'e XtSfltory to bring him a return for-.toVrfloney ho, haV-lnvested in the road. lucfeaeV v.111 bo ask- ed for as a tetfipbrary measure, 6ntUe understanding that rriado from time to lime as .coaditloa warrants. MILLIONS YET TO BE SfENT ON FL1N- FLON COPPER MINE -Man, the next flvo years Iho development 2l the mining .country ol northern Manitoba will be of sUcli u nature that it wjll have become the greatest mining-district in of Toronto, one of the orig- inal owners of the Flirt fclon copper inino. Work to cost one-quarter roil lion dollars ho done on tho FUn Flon property this year, ho' said, and bo spent in sinking two chads to a 500-foot' level in order to find .out tlio physical character- 01 the ore a proceeding that must take plac6 before mining on a large scale is com- menced. Mr, 'Hammell said that be foro a return on the money invested is the mine could be gained mil Ikin dollars would have1 to be spent in development work, including the erection of o, smelling plant. The mine frag recently sold to A syndicate representing :Engli5b, Canadian anc American capital, and Mr." Hammel' IB Eattefied thai there will bn no hold up score..- Mr. Hummel] stat td.lbat was .-practically '.-certain that the company would ho able to guarantee an output of at leaat tons it not tons of ore blister copper perL day to take 'cffoc three years from now. This guarantee W'ould be. forwarded to tho provlncla government .was. under- ohllgo construct a'-rallroad 80 miles In leBsth Into to h'ftndle the" which will cos opproxlmiloly to be.handee over when completed to the Nationa' Railways for operation: WINNIPEG STRIKE LEADER SAYS R.C.M.P; ARE SPIES OTTAWA, April A. A. Heaps, Winnipeg, in an address al fetorkin's Holt hero last night told ol the Winnipeg strike Jaat summer am 4eclared that police nl tho time and with the re lulling criminal trials "would rlva the mettoda'of the'kai'sor in the Ijelght of his glory." 'He claimed tha the lloyal Canadian rioljce had heel lint to 'aftA hod los prestlgo ;in the west as a result o methods which, he said, worS directed from Thomas H. Bunn, secrsUry of tha ex-Soldiers' arid sailors' Labor party tial to have nil accessible markets wide open for Its shipments. The ex- istence of mjuigo la our herds lias al- ready "resulted irt'loss of our valuable American markets to cittle from in-1 reeled teA'itOry, and in addition.there-1 to has prevehled tie free and iiii-1 61 b'flf "cittltvfrora such area for many years. Saskatchewan during Mr, Duunlng'e absence at tho coast. "The general cusUra of spsdin'g wheat on all the best prepared land i ;iid spring ploiving a piece of land! for eceding is no longer pos-! slble, ahould bo abandoned in all parts' of the province which suffered from i drought the past years. The great' scarcity ot feed in province would seem lo make It advlsabte to seed larger acreage of the best preparnd' land to oals, so that a surplus could ho carried over for tha following year, and this plan might profitably be carried on. uulil there can be no sibllity of such a shortage of feed as the province has just gone through'. "The value of hoine-grcwn forage was emphiisfeed the past few months as? never before in the province. The Importation.Into the drought affected districts of several thousand cars of feed costing millions of dollars In the forced sale of thous- ands of head of stock which those dis- tricts can ill afford to live Btook.lOBseg during tho past winter tUttra'gTi inadequate nourishment as .-.veil (is the poor condition of much of the srtock carried through; ocuvirs Gaimda's Best Flour MAKES THE MOST WONDERFUL BREAD AND PASTRY .YOU EVER SAW. 4 HANDLED BY ALLGPXERS. ASK FOR AN OGlLViE COOK BOOK Made Under Mort Sanitary Condi- tloRS The Swtctcct Oil from Apricots The loss in .Einess ond the de- 'i tfie that'-'-rnRniii bo I en .ridtspfi: anil Jttif WfniSter We Hava InsUlttd a Pull Equip ment fcr Repairing- ftllTOMOBIlE RADIftTQRS Can handle all- makes ot ctn. Expert Hot Air Furnace .Work FREEL ELLIOTT ShBet Metal yVorkeri 536 tth 8t, South Phone. 1713 AUCTION SALE Irrigable Land Near the Town of Taker 1 HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL kV-AUCTION Saturday, May 8th THE. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED IRRIGABLE LAND That portion of the S. E. of Sect. 4-IO-16-W4th filer., lying to the south of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way consisting of 7 8 and 2-10 acres. This is good agricultural land with -ifater rights nndor tho Tab 6r Irrlrjatlon District and is on-the main road halt mile east o! Taber and .one mUe from elevators and business part of-town. Terms of cash, one-third in one balance in two years at seven, per cent. Interest, I WILL ALSO OFFER FOR SALE AT THE SAME TIME ONE THREE-ROOMED HOUSE Situated near-tire above land which vrould-be suitable to move and .fix up for a dwelling-house. Sale Will Be Held at Tainter Porteous Sale Barn, at 2 pjn., Saturday, MaySth, 1920. W.; A. PORTEOUS AUCTIONEER slbli -marige mbjin.s moycmeJit'ol ;thrs j j.j.. that the scijp object, of, dipping is tb i kill :thi) parasites 'causing ithis'dlsease. H only: lhat they' nris tfeato'd stricllyj 'in ahprdanca with reme'mb'erj'tbat as At the conference between tho cal tjernen and .the mango Inspectors In Caliary, April 23rd, 1920, trio qucBtlor arose as to how to make sure that al of the town and village cows in the mange area .would tie brought to tb vat. It was (hat tha mayo of Tuber had1 hit on the proper ntethoi Jof this wouid bo done. Taber is rnanj of the miners'bw'n a family cow. TO ftijulre oach to bring his cow to Iho Vat on.the day of dipping would In Iho nRKregafe mean a henvy loss In wages .to llinm and dlsorgin'ze. the wofK nt tho wines ns well. In order lo svolil (he mayor decided lo hand -iilmselt-anili appoint .whose duty It should! be to mako list of all the cows kept I Ih Taber and on tha dty of dipping tolled them'them lo the Vat nl an hmir when they would not mhed with range ;catt16. and after they have been dipped reliirn (hum to their owners. 11 this work Is caro fully done, as wa li'syc every ronsnn to think It wll! ha, U will solve a tlon that threatened lo be n very diffi- cult one snd to the mayor of Talmr much credit Is duo (or tho Idea. It shows him to he a- "Itvo wire" and a fflan who beyond the end of his nose" as well. lie .evidently under- slnnds that lo lift lha blnnkdt otmrnn- (Ins off tha province will benefit not only, the caltlcrnen of Ills part ot tty) province but the business man as well. i removing his 'hishket (luarMtltic, It J will Jiffc... that1 the before ho would boijiistified. In taUihg tho desired Action, vv-.''- .In of.tho dlHic'u'ities (o be ove'r- In- the-'ehfotceincni ol such an 'order, it is imperative cat- tlO owner lends. his; assialaticc. 'All Ca'lle nuiel rbc 'dipped twira from Juno.2ltlir find iii, order tills I It (o have; a suffi- cient number !6ca- tlons. -v'A8cortalp .wheft. yfluf cattle pro' tb tj iirrange- have not been made, Mrs, Arthur Likes Pacific Mrs. Arlliur lives in a litilo town a-way off the bftaton palh of travel. Their milk Is taken In on ti pack horse. She says all supplies' nre carefully, considered, -be-, cause they cannot afford to go 'fio far for food 'supplies of doubtful value, They have fried several kinds of canned nillk, but at last de- cided on. Pacific as Iho host all- purposs coated (fit- perimenling, Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. FACTORIES AjT LADNER, B.C. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF READY FOR SHIPMENT WIRE-US FOR PRICES, PAY YOU, ARE GOVERNMENT LICENSED AND BONDED, THE MITCHELL HAY GRAIN COMPANY MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE 166 GRAIN EXCHANGE WINNIPEG, CANADA "Branlford Township Coimcli pass- fitl ft for Iho erection of ft pchool at CainaVillo, costliig ou doln t rood this story- yon loll tho even dellcionsness of Hoiifiymoon Chorolatcn, (ry Vou will tell (he same The Walter W.Shaw Company; WholesalB Cantly Makers JAW u. YOU DONT KNOW How Much You Can Get For Your PELTS and FURS UNTIL YOU GET OUR OFFER DEALERS IN HIDES, PELT8 AND FUR3 PHONE 442 AODREftS: 320 tth ST, S. P.O. BOX S Send n Dominion Ztpresc Order. They are payable everywhere. Order Your TREES SHRUBS Now before it is too- sense Et the lowest price llorie- grown Nursery, Stock has over been sold In Alberts; The Mitchell, Nursery FRANK C.P.R. O' bailings TO LIVERPOOL May 7 ...i "...Victorian' May S Slay H .Empress of Prauc'e May 15 Melita May Jiine -Victorian June .Melagama .June It .Empress of June It Corstcan June 10 ..Melita June 25 ..Prince Fred. July 2 ..Victorian July 3 July 9 ...Empress of Franco July 10 ..Melagama July 17 i...Corslcan July 23 ...PrlncQ Fred. Will. July 2.4 Molita July 30 -..Victorian TO GLASGOW 5fav J9 June' 2 'V.'Protorian June 23 July T i i Pretorlari July- 2S ..tiv.ysiciitan application 'Call or for rtli inforii. ticket i Depot Ticket Agent 612 Issued on all othtr lantlc licei. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER now open to c-n the work of one or two more Coun- try Drug Stores. Write for 1214 THIRD AVL, SOUTH CP os to (EUROPE QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May 7, June 4...... .Victorian .May 14, U, EmpPrance June 23 Pr. Jted. W'm From To May 9..Corslcan ..Divorpoo! 19..Sicilian 21, .Grampian ,88..Tunlslon ..Havre-London ApUl L.I.I S.S.OC o CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICE .If.4 Miln St.- CUNARD ANCHOR Aridtbr-DonaldsiQn PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Vaubfcn ..May 15 Carmanla .May 15 K. A. Vic. May 23 Vestris .Juno 10 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Maurtelnia May 26 ImiKirattir Juno W Maurelanta July 3 Imperalor July 17 Aqiiltiitili .JulSL Imiicrator .AugHj NEW i BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Ryl George May 19 fly! Oeorgp Jun S3 Hyl Qcorgo Jul23 Kyi George Sep 1 NEW via Movtlle j Columbia .May 22 Columbia .July 3J Columhfli .July 31 Columbia .Aug. 23 NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND LONDON Caronia .Mny 22 Caronla .Juno SO MONTR Saturnla ..May 8 Cassandra May29 Salurnla ..Tune 12 Cassandra Jury 3 Drafts, Money CaSte TtemlttaDcei. f For full information apply to anj R- R. and S. S, agents, or to pany's Office, SCOTT BLOCKS 270 Main St., I..UNTJIEAL, Mcfiaullc ,May22 Cnnoda ..Juno 12 Meganllc .June 19 Megnnlic .July 11 Canada ..July20 Mcganllo ,.Atig, 14 White Star Line NEW I Celtic ....May 16 Baltic ....May22 Celtic 19 Hntlfc ....June26 NEW Lapland ..May 8 Adriatic ..May 29 Upland ..June 12 Adriatic ..July ;l Olympic ..July 8 Olympic Apply any Hallway or 8. K, or Company's Office, 2SC Main St.. .Wlnniregi ELECTRIC AND; ACETYLENE WELDING YVro have tho equipmeni'and ex- perience to handle alt kinds of work on the lowest terms. Brfns your 'broken machinery ports to US. _ Lawford Co, Knd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldgg Hotel Steamship For full In formation re sail- and rales on C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR AND ALt OTHER Apply THE ROSSITER AGENCIES Hlglnbotham Block, Phono 1412 Information If your auto or tractor radiat- or ueeds repairing, the "know the equipment ana tho biggest shop In Alberta is it your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR rVIAN 412 4th Silver Grill Jack Hill Jack Hollingsworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1855, Office 409 3rd Ave. 8, Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In a McLaughlin Special. It costs no more. K4I Ssrvics Station Service Station for tho famous K-W Magnetos. All makes of magnetos, -generators, coilR re- paired. Fiill stock of repnlr parls car- ried. Alt work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 -Uh Avenue South PHONE 735 For Fair Treatment.and Wah- est Prices Ship Us Your HIDES, PELTS, Wool, Tallow Prompt Returns We Chnrgc No Commission Get Top Price for Every Hair of Every Hide You Ship. 1251 Second Ave. S.- LETHBRIDGE Head TAGS, PRICE LIST AND ADVICE ;