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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge, Tuesday. November NOT ALLOWED TO KILL THE BISON Mon- tana Propose to Interefere THE LAW IS QUOTED Pablo's Buffalo Are Con- sidered Wild Animals Helena, Oct. Pablo bison, feerd will not become 'the of Can- the state of Montana can prevent it, and. oi this there seems little doubt. It was .announced sever- al clays ago that Howards-Douglas, commissioner of itks. Can. ada, proposed coming, to fais state -with a party of friends to slaughter t-he remainder "of the famous Pablo or, an other words, that portipa of the herd -which had not been ship-. Ded to Canada under the-terms of jand officers from, any unit.. WORKING TOWARDS RECIPROCITY Washington; Oct.' possibil- ities for reciprocity with'Canada have progressed to the-joint where the tariff board is about to take up somi; of the schedules of the present law, which would be affected. The chem- ical schedule upon which a start was made several-weeks ago will be al- lowed to wait tentative at least, and it is said to be not unlikely that in the investigation of-the lumber sche-- Uule, which would be one, of the prin- cipal factors in. a reciprocity arrange- ment, will take its place. PUMP SHOTS INTO TARGET Winnipeg Militia Enjoy a TO MEET HERE NOVEMBER 22ND What Kind of Evidence Royal Commision Wants Unique Contest on Thanksgiving i Winnipeg, Oct. feature of! growing- interest with military is baton's cup open to teams of twelve This con- the sale to the Canadian government. When this news was sprea-d broad- cast, protests to pour in upon Henry Avare, state fish and game The general tenor of these may be judged from the following, which was transmitted by Charles "Howard Douglas, commissioner o! Dominion parks, Canada, with 20 others, intend killing Pablo hiuffalo in Montana, November 6. Herd unable to corral. -Can you prevent it? These are outlaws, and ar-3 now wild ani- mals. Laws against killing these ani- mals should be enforced." The game warden referred the mat- ter to the attorney general -to learn bis authority in. the premises, and upon it.being held that they are wild he announces that" the laws -be'strictly'enforced and the Can- arred from, shooting them.. In Mr. Galen s-ays, in his opin ion to Game "Warden A-vare: :'In my opinion, notwilibstanding the..fact' subject to' private -ownership when. they- wero- placed in'Captivity aftd undier the con- of Pablo, that l-hose -which on ac- count of their wild state could not be sufficiently controlled to allow deliv- ery to the purchaser, and which can- not now be brought into and held within an inclosure, are under the laws of this state wild animals. Your sists of a march, from the city to Stur- Ureek, approximately- seven miles, and advance upon a target which is ex- posed three times at varying range for thirty seconds 'during which, time, teams pump lead into targets as rap- IMPORTANT BODY Investigating Into The Needs of Technical Education The Royal Commission on Indus- trial Training and Technical Educii- uon -will meet here on November 22, and there is even.' reason to oelieve that much information of a valuable character will be gathered at this point. The commission is composed of Jas. w. .Robertson, C. M. Sc, LL. D., cuairman; Hon. John strong-, tHev. George Neville Arm- Bryce, M. A., D., JLL. 0., F. R. 3. C.r Gaspard de serres. Gilbert M. Murray, B. A., Dav- id Forsyth, B. James Simpson. The Commission will give particu- lar attention to the manufacturing in- dustries, to agriculture, to domestic occupations, to mining, to the fisher- MR. FIELDING.; WILL TAKE A -r REST Ottawa, W. a. Fielding returned -to the capital last.night from Mont- real, greatly reassured' as to fiis -health, the.jonly' prescrip- tion being Accordingly, the finance minister will' prob- ably take a-couple of weeks' holiday 'berore -settling down to the heavy work of the ses- sion. WAREHOUSED BURNED FIRE SWEEPS LARGE SECTION T1 T" T T" BADHREINA FERNlE DIS1RM Seven of EleTeii Houses in -Restricted Section Destroyed Saskatoon, 5-a'ik., Oct. j panied by a hurricane wind the i most destructive fives in the history j of the Biggar. section of the G.T.P., i swept over the largest territory and _______ j caused much-destruction of., property. i Tiie fire started Saturday in t-he neigh A.'Macdonald Go.' and ,sWep.t on its-. until Sunday night. w.hen it was reported to have reached Perdue. The ilames consumed, the outstanding hay j and building in path, but many were saved by fire 'guards and home- steaders efforts. Damaging fires arc Heavy Losers in a Bad Fire (Special tceThe Herald.) rernie, Oct. broke out in LOSS WAS Serious Report About the Places Are Damaged j Winnipeg. Man., Oct. 31. Fire {broke nine this morning iu A. MaeDonald Co.'3 wholesale grocery, Market street, caused a total loss of about a quarter- of a million dollars, i the insurance, being on stock i-l-n. also reported irom other sections. DINERS BAR OUT VANDERBILT DOG Delmonico Patrons Ob- ject Eating with Piiin- perecl'-PobcSle Pup FOE This Province Need For Two versifies; C.NO.V mi- A SENSIBLE :iLE1ifER of Trenholme: Trenhclme dresses the ald: idly as possible without using mag-jies, to the lumber interests, to the azines. Last year ten-teams entered, trades, to the transportation including some from otitlfde points, I services, as well as'to the technical tne competition being won by A -Com- pany Ninetieth Rifles -from the hereto- fore invincible regulars. This year the Increase of -garrison was noteworthy, the two new regiments, Highlanders and Grenadiers, entering seven and six teams respectively, the Ninetieth also having six, in all twenty-six teams competing, none of .which.- were- from again poins. asserted The Strathcona Horse their supremacy in tnings military and -regained -the prize they lost last year with one and forty-two a trifle less than twelve.per -while last year's vic- NffieHet'n, were sec- ond with one hundred'and thirty-four hits, a trifle more than eleven hits man. The Army.-Medicals had -91 hits and C. 31. R. 76 hits. A cold west wind was blowing ac- ross the range which numbed, the con- testants' fingers and -.interfered with accurate shooting, as the shooting was necessarily rapid. statement of facts indicates that thel purpose of the hunt is t-p kill these animals on account of. "it-he fact that t-hey are wild and unruly, and cannot be reduced to captivity.' If such is their condition it discloses the very I reason why they cannot he killed at TO A C.- P. all. Section 8783 as amended chapter 81, .session laws of 1909, reads as follows: 'Any person who .wilfully shoots or kills, or causes to -be shot or kill- any moose, bison, buffalo, cari- bou shall be, punished by im- prisonment in the county jail for not less than six months: nor more, than two years, ore.' "This statute, of course, does not apply to animals wiien. they arc re- duced to captivity g.n-d made the sub- ject of private ownership, and kept in control and confiiu.-ment by the own- er. Section -1423 of revised codes, provides, that: 'Animals wild 'by nature arc "the subject of ownership while living, on- ly when on the la nd of the person claiming them, or when tamed or taken or held in poss-ession or dis- abled and hnmedia.tjely pursued. "It is, however, the pro- perty in these wil vllil-v." ..viAi ,ers are com-j mpeg and Harris, of the Blood the the huter liav- oac of. the of tbe province, .and decline .to aid direrctly or indirectly'at the expense of t.he pub He treasury, any. other institution of it sirrtiiSr ume ;