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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, May SWIFT JUSTICE FOR GAME HOG see hundreds you never can see a score now. Game Warden James Bates that ho was ignorant of the law, and that a man named McDermott once tout him he could slaughter all the migratory fowl he cared for. or Cranbrook knew of this, and decid-, i Jacob and Mr, Bates 'proved the! cd to put a stop to it once and for as suited; Cr'aiibrook Pol Hunter Paid Dearly i'or a Duck I He directed the Indian deputy, Jacob, to watch largest of the.lakes early morning. Jacob concealed ?L'O.UO, and for expenses. lij was pointed out to him by the maj istrate that lie could hardly plead ij I himself near the water, and after ajnorance of the law, as it was display- j little time, saw a young lad, a son otje'd in plain type on the walls of the j the'accused, come along and proceed jloicl at WycHlfe, and in every publi.' spring the duck from the water! place in the district. lie publicly il rifle. The, few j complimented both Mr. Hates audj London, May 25.-A parliamentary Cranbrook, May Uuxcl. otjthiu were there, butter-balls, flew or- Jacob on ihe good work they were paper has been issued dealing Wychlfe, went gunning for ducks yes-rer to near where the accused had hict-j successfully doing, and expressed the I with colonial treaty making powers, Sii- Edward Grey's Posi- tion with Kegard to Those of Canada terday morning, shot, ono, and paid j den himself. He managed to kill i opinion that the penalty would make twenty-five dollars for so doing to- j one of them on the water with the bird to him. Jacob at once teruaiive in the event of non-payment. in a speech made at the conference of ported the matter to Mr. Bates, who'The fine was paid. day. are three lakes ou St. .Mary's prairie, near Wycllffe, where ducks aud geese used to resort iti groat num- bers during the migration season. Some of the so-called "sports" from around that locality made those lakes anythin fowl, so that where yon once could'pleaded guilty with the extenuation i the courts. realise that the game was not bore pump gun. His dog retrieved worth the fine with its unpleasant al- containing correspondence between the home _ government and those ot the overseas states. Lord Kipon in 1805, trade relations within the empire was at Wycllffe on this business. He; Uame of all kinds is being splendid-] held in Ottawa, sent a circular de- met Cluzel returning from the lakelly loked after around Cranbrook, andispatch to the governments of the self-' with the duck in his bag. [there can be no mistake about colonies, laying down tho To-day the case came up before Magi thoroughness with which offenders i principle, that the foreign govern- but a safe resort for the! istrate Joseph Ryan, when dealt with when brought before U'llPPP VflM nill'A I nlonrinrl crniltv ll-tfJi Mm Hnn 1. _......._ the British representative at the court of that power, that to give the colonies the power of negotiating treaties for themselves without refer- ence to His Majesty's government would be to give them international status as' separate soverign states, which.'would be equivalent to break- ing up the empire but it would be desirable generally that the British ambassador who was conducting such negotiations should have the assist- ance of a delegate from the colonial government to act as a second pleni- potentiary or in subordinate capac- ity. On July M, 1007, Sir Edward Grey when informing the British ambassa- dor in Paris of the desire of the Can- adian government to open negotia- tions with the French government for a new commercial convention, recall- ed the above, despatch of Lord Ripon and added "I do not, however, think it neces- sary to adhere in the present case to the strict letter of this regulation, the object whereof was to secure that negotiations should be entered into or carried through by a colony unknown to and independently of His Majesty's government. The selection of a ne- gotiator is principally a matter of convenience and in the 'present, cir- cumstances it would probably be more practical if these negotiations be left to Sir Wilfrid Lauricr and the Can- adian minister of finance, who will doubtless keep you informed of their progress. If the negotiations are brought to a conclusion in 1'aris you1 should sign the agreement jointly with the Canadian negotiator who will be given full powers for that purpose." In a subsequent despatch to the am- bassador, Grey added that in the event of the Canadian delegates de- siring to make" or accept any verbal alterations either in the English or French you are authorized to agree thereto without reference to me. F1FTV FOR CONTKOL Mackenzie Mann Value Their Kail way Stock -Montreal, .May li is stated that .Messrs. .Mackenzie1 and Mann have re- fused lifts- million 'dollars i' lor their common stock in tlio North- c'rn, the former being (inoted as say- ing lie wouldn't part with it for a hundred it is generally known' that Mackenzie and Mann have retained tho shares of com- inon and have not oven pledged it 1 iu their Uuandal undertakings. Ho- dolpiie Forget, the well kiiowkn finan- cier. who has recently returned from Europe, expressed surprise of this development, suying that the stock which represents the control of the system could easily >ie placed in Eur- ope or New York at a good Hgure. W II GAMROSE CAMROSE THE CITY THAT WAS BORN LUCKY ness lots oi" great and constantly inc'L'easing value. THE RAILWAY. .LXdill.miua Easl. short line to Winnipeg via Saskatoon. West: To Wetaskhvin. South: Via Wetaskiwin to Calgary, the Crow's Nest Pass and Pacific Coast. North: Via Wetaskiwin to Edmonton. THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC. East: Via Tofield to Saskatoon and Winnipeg. Via Tofield to the Pacific Coast, through to Edmonton and the Yellow Head Pass. South: To Calgary. North: To Tofield. THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY. To Yegreville. East: Via Vegreville to Winnipeg and Eastern Canada. North-West: Short line to Edmonton, the Yellowhead Pass and Vancouver. South: To Calgary through Stettler and Knee Hills, connecting with Goose Lake line. These lines are no dream of the future, but the above mentioned are all constructed or will be constructed this season. In addition to the above, two new C. P. R. lines are projected: one from the south- east, an extension of the Soo Line from Moose Jaw, the other a continuation of the C. P. R. westward from Wetaskiwin to the Yellowhead Pass. Each will serve a god coun- trv. CO'li Exteilsive coal :ll'eas are revealed by the five mines now in operation. A good lignite coal can be bought at ihe mine mouth, one mile from town, at per ton, this being a great asset to induce factories to locate in Camrose. WatPr of llie 'tuaiity for manufacturing and domestic uses is abundant It is the purest soft water. Not one case of infectious disease has developed in Caiurose during the five years that the town has existed. are ljeSinninS to appreciate Camrose as a distributing centre. Thrto competing lints of railway radiating in every direction offer UNEQUALLED DISTRIBUTING FACILITIES, while cheap sites and moderate living expenses reduce the cost of doing Already Messrs. Georgcson Co., G. F J. Ltd. Massey-Ilarns Co., Co., Donnelly, Watson The Imperial Oil Co., and the Cr.leary and Mai ting Co. here liave 5n Camrose Brick Plant, Cement Block Works, Camrose Tannery, Creamery, Sash and Door Factory, and 150 barrel Flour Mill in the course of construction. A Railroads Camrose NOW IS THE a Month BUY WHILE THE the bonds are sold for its construe on and v n, o Thr linc !mm is in .seven directions, makin ls ils has now This gives Oamrose .linos and has just claimslo the; Say City CS' 'S tho tOWn or city in AIberta to Sccure the Thrcc TranwsontiMntal WADDINGTON Lethbridge ;