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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD GREATER GRAZING RIGHTS CONTINUED VROM I'KONT PAGE was greatly augmented by the arriv- al, mi the "afternoon1 train ol scores from tlto west and north, bringing the total well over Hie liumlrcil mark. The meeting was opened by an ad- dress by Walter Hitckvale of Medicine Hat, v.'ho. mPiitioaed .swne of the achievements.'ot the association since its inauguration in Conditions at' that time, lie said, were totally different than they arc at the present time, yet llffi association (lid much to relieve advi'i'se situations, such as paying out of tlirtr own funds, boun- ties on the ravaging grey woif, and putting an end to t-liii Unscruimlous methods of dishonest dealers by caus- ing the of brand inspection at Winnipeg. Toilay, said the speak- er, the livestock industry is tile most important industry in the west, and one of the largest. Tho isolated ranch- er is no more, and the rangcman is his methods to suit conditions of feed- rapidly changing the. more confined ing. Korac of the other resolutions sub- mitted and liasasil, follows "Resolved that the. executive com- mittee be authorized to extend the limits of tlie -association to include the whole province." to this motion, Dr. Ruth- erford facetiously remarked that the main object in the live stock indus- try was the samp as that 01 Olil Mohammedan-friends- have in view when they make their annual pilgrim- age to do it lor the sake of the emphasizing Hie importance o! obtaining fair and cjiiitab'.c markets I o achieve the ne- cessary profit. Upon the sane de- velopnient of the live stock industry in Canada, depends the prosperity of tb3 whole Canadian west. Under nor- mal eontlitiojis we cannot hope to inalie i. Ing grain in competition w caimtries. There were areas, however, without an outlet. H would be .bene- ficial to stockmen at the present mo- ment to know what prices are being paid in loionto, Vancouver, and Great IJritaUi, "and to be in posses- sion of the exact llgurcs it cost to get their stock to these markets. Dr Warnock, M. 1'., referring to the foot and mouth disease in the States, thought it would he five years hefore it was stamped out, vailing high pi lets meaning that buyers would he bound' .'Dr. riutlisnord ;urged the associa-jto coml) lo (jauada lor supplies of- tion above ull.things to make every ellort to secure co-operation and do-' finite action-toward the securing of a fair and equitable market, and by increasing tho bounds of the associa- tion, Mils end1 would be more easy of accomplishment Tlie members present knew that fair prices for stock lud not been re ceiral Jii tin. pist ihc hip ptoduccrs cattle. W. Huckvale observed that he never shipped to Winnipeg without first securing ocean space at Mont- real. This was tho "big- stick" .he held: over the heads of the Winnipeg buyers. A resolution that a special commit- tee, be appointed by the president to take up tne wiiol inspection and bri s to enable hide ordinances so as bidders, or j.0 CQnform with existing conditions. Cross said that the stocksrowers efficiency of whole question oi brand" j H cuivuu ju uio iut nip- i inspection and brand legislation with gg tail fair prn.cs bcciusi. tlios h u c I a to the revision of the exist- sulilcicii-tiy large shipmontf them to' forsake tlie local to t'n so ind trans ship larger morl ots where they can their prrc iiut the si lall man is compelled to take vyhat _ls oficreil and the placing (vitllin reach of every one in Alberta ol i m irket c i pant) iiilh prices in the world mat kct was only possible by the appoint got his appointment mcnt of in ollicul inch as Dr Ruth th and very oft eriord bad suggested at the morn g r- i are dependent on brand One of the difficul- ties was- that the local brand liispcc-, 'tor wis not always ellicient. In tho discussion it was mentioned that ,1C Ln 1 a mercliant or a i man capable ol watch l and know nothing about. transport shrinkage and all- blajjb suggested that tho o[ the, to be .lppuintod, be uct on v, ith the nurke 11- of siilpm'nts _ submitted to the association. Dr. following resolution submitted o[ Coults, stated that tliere by m tltrwrd passed and in enforced at r ano on hejmlf of .t George he sure there V.O.B not' speakm, said that he a man present iio could say off hand, how much it would ciist to land a bullock 111 England, and that FOREST GRAZING RIGHTS ON RESERVES The resolution adopted in this con- Presents Irresist- able -Values for the Thrifty in siirpassoti the productioa of fccils. Many farmers in the district, said Sr iliscoiirarai over the it was essential that a mair should! nection was as loliows be appointed to liaie all such mfor 'That it shall be the duty of the mation ready to u've to mergers cvecutno of this association to of the association not hy letter up with the Dominion government tho alone, hut by wire ot at a question of grazing on forest reserves moment s notice Moved bv Dr. Rutherford, "Where- as H w oi the first importance that lue stock owners desirous'of avail- ing thcmsehes o! this privilege.1 Mr.' Huckvale considered .the mat- ter oi considerable importance in this portion of the province. .He under- stood that the Dominion government Irad granted grazing permits oa the sufcli.efforts as nay be frtf the t-oimu., u..t'v i association for the betterment d-.con- crcRt deal of money bv grow- ditions aHecting the lue stock iiKlus- ;_ try be on definite and intrclh- gent lines, 'Therefore be it resolved that it is tha of tins association to foothills hut he was not sure take such step? as will insure to pro-l erery thing possible ted done, hiali price o! Main for feed, owing ducurs, of live stocit a fair ana equiv- Dr mraocc saiil that the matter -war condition, hut there was able market utth-othK In stock no reason for alarm. A man' can food markets throughout the world erable difference between the cattle- men and the sheepmen. One ohjcclion 'of the former was that sheepmen travel through to the grazing grounds ami (io not trail as fast as they could, a two wire fence net being suf- ficient to keep the sheep olt their pas- tures. It was suggested that it batter fenced, The matter one, for the stoekinen to take up with the Dominion authorities, who uotic. tot- well informed on Hv -ubjcct. F. Stevens, Live Stock f sioner for tho province, l-hat resolution was loo H should be mote specific. If additional privileges were1 wanted, such ehould tint I specified. Regarding sheep in tho reserves, Mr. Stevens remarked that at morn than, he pan samo to the dent of cxistiiijr ccmiiitio terior had sent air, Campbell, out to take the matter up -with ths; E- C. In the Rocky i 'ust of" cattle left m 41berta j Mountain reserves there was consid- grain at present two hogs, Mr. Lane vud further that the era- !n by takina i bargo on Cinadiaa cattle Ind result- Everv stu-l ed in a surplus from 70QO to 10; the wool men had been after grazing grazing on the. hillsides was not avail- able- to the cattle when the vaHej: AND SUIT SALE drawing to a cloge. Tomorrow; Saturday, is absolutely the last day of our Great Sale. Get your Suit or Overcoat while yel in time, for you will never again have the opportunity to buy "Fashion Craft" Clothing at less than cost of production. Bead our cut prices and you will soon realize what a saving it means to you. Men's Suits Men's Elegantly Tailored Serge Suits, ex- clusive styles at unheard of values. Serge Suits. Sale Price i Serge Suits. Sale Price Serge Suits. Sale Price S17.50 Serge Suits. Sale Price Amazing Bargains in Men's Suits. Men's Hand-tailored 'Fashion Craft' Suits; mar- vels of good styles, exclusive patterns. Suits. Sale Suits.' Sale J Suits. Sale Price.....C j 8.75 Men's Smart Tailored "K System" Suits; a snap at Suits. Sale Price.....Jig QQ Suits. Sale Price.....C-J -J gg Suits. Sale Price. Men's Overcoats "Fashion Craft" Smart Men's Overcoats, cleverly designed, faultlessly tailored, stunning models. See them and they are sure to win your admiration. Overcoats. Sale Price J23 75 00 Overcoats Sale Price S25.00 Ovei coats Sale "K System" Men's Hand Tailored Coats, extremely handsome, exclusive "K Sys- tem" Styles Ovei coats 50 Overcoats Sale Price Sale Prioe 5J LOT NO. 1 'Men's-Piir Collared Overcoats, first grade.Eng- lish Beaver shell, rubber inner lining, Siberian Otter collar. Splendid value at During Sale s 12.35 LOT NO. 2 Men's ITur Collared Overcoats, highest quality Melton shell, heavy Serge fining, chamois inner lining. A .bargain at 50 t Duiing Sale From the best makers, "Dent" "Fowties" and silk 01 lined, Suudc, Dogskm and Mopha per pair. Sale jgg I per pair Sale Price.....g j -j per pair. Sale I pei Sal were filled with snow, and the, JAFFREY TO 8UCCED WILKIE Toronto, Nov. Is re- ported that Hon. Robert Jaf- troy will sucqed Co'l. D. R. Wilkla as prosldsnt of tho Im- perinl Bank of Cainidu, and Alexander Laird, general man- ager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, becomes president of tho Canadian Bankers' As- sociation. FAMOUS UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT BLAMES GERMANY FOR WAR Dr. David Starr Jordan Says Teutons Are Cursed With Militarism New York, N.Y., Nov. David 'Starr Jordan, who resigned fts president of Leland Stanford unlver- j 8 wty tH'o years ago'to tour the on what ho caiicd "a university ex- jj tension course iu the intereists of. i pence, talked about tlic war at a meeting of the New York Peace so- okty at the Hotel Astor. War over- look Dr. Jordan iu his lecture tour .d unset his plans. He brought with him from abroad a young Ger- man, who, he said, had been dismiss-j etl from the university at Berlin be- cause "ho eou'd not sen that Germany hart any business invading 'I know tliat old saying, "the best to preserve peace is to prepare for war.' That saying "was forged in hell." said Dr. Jordan. "I have talked with those in Europe who worked for peace. They found a new weapon with which, they'could not co'pe. It was tlie weapon they know as the ul- timatum.1 I will tell you what an ul- timatum is: It is1 a notice served on one nation by another that the day after tomorrow. tins nation will be _iveii a choice between being swal- lo'wed whole and being masticated as it GOGS down. Only 54000 was devoted .ast year to educating1 the people ag- ilnst war in France, and .vas spent stirring up the war spirit by the railitarv "parry that made money out of selling guns. "The war can end ou'y in two ways -through gftneral exhaustion or through mediation before the general exhaustion NOTICE Arrangements have been made with the Western Securities Corporation, Umitcd, whereby each shareholder of: 1. ALBERTA PETROLEUM LIMITED. 2. OKOTOKS OILS LIMITED. 3. HEBRON-ELDER GAS OIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED. 4. CALGARY ALBERTA PETROLEUM COMPANY LIMITED, who so doslros, may exchange thu shares held 'by him in any oi? the sahl Companies for shaves in ALBEliTA PETIWLEUM CONSOLIDAT- ED, LIMITED, on the following 'busts: 1. Share for share. 2. Share for share plus a bonus on r. sliding scale approximat- ing eight additional shares for every hundred shareo.. 3. Throe and one-half shares for every oharc. 4. Three shares for every Upon delivery of Certificates duly endorsed instructions Io t'vrJmxise them for Certificates in the Alberta Petroleum Con- Limited, Western GccnritU's Corporation, Limited, will effect the necessary exchange on the foregoing basis and deliver UK; Certificates of Al-bcrta Petroleum Ct-nsoiidated Limited at the earliest possible moment. laiem iwiciee Cflpscpauuw NORTHERN BANK BUILDING 227 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST CALGARY, ALBERTA Lieut.-Col. A. B. Petrle, of Guelph, offers io orgasize a bowitzcr brigade BRITISH TRENCHES BAFFLE GERMANS Amsterdam, Nov. eilitor of the Sucddeutsche Zcltung, "who i-i flshting with the German r.rmy in .Belgium, bus written back to the paper in Germany. IMPORT REGULATION RESPECTING NURSERY STOCK The entrenchments of Ihc British troops arouml resses, and art' Ypres more difliclut to I by either artillery or inCuntry acti All persons importing trees, shrubs and other plants, collectively known as "nursery info Canada are required to observe the regulations of the Dominion department of t- ture, ivhich govern such importations. These regulations, passed Bunder tho i Destructive Insect ant] Peat Act, pre- than real fortresses of concrete and scribe tlic conditions under v.'hlcli he writes. "The trenches which plants may bo special afford ready Hues of communication j conditions are attached to certain between those in which the first anil i classes of plants, some classes are second lines' are posted and to the subject to inspection, others to fumi- rear, are most admirable. They per- 1 gallon. In order that all importers mlt the movements of troops, entirely I may learn what are tbe condition.1; concealed, to different parts of the governing the importation of traes front, which cause considerable plants into Canada, a circular; ._ entitled "instruetions to importers of trees, plants and otiier nursery stocK into has been published prise to the Germans.'' IRISH GUARDS OFFICER KILLED ______ London, Nov. is Entomological Circular No. 4, by tho made that Brigadier General Charles department of Agriculture, and ail Fitzc'mrence, of the Irish Guards, lias persons wishing to import plants into been killed in action at Ypres. He Canada should apply to the Puhlica- was connected with the family of tne tions branch, department ot Agrlciil-. Earl of Mungter, was 49 years old, i ture, Ottawa, for a copy of this circtl- of three batteries, officers and land saw service in South Africa, j lar, which will be sent free to all ap- TOMORROW THE LAflT TOMORROW THE; LAST DAY cattle had been excluded, sheep being able to rustle a good living from the ateep hillsides along the Livingstone Valley, lie recommended Vliat the government be requested io classify the ranges, so that cattle, sheep "and horses could be accommo- dated where they were best suited. The anticipated skirmish with the C. P. over, and the follow- ing resolution proposed hy Mr. Cross and aflopted unanimously the Western Stuck Groovers' Association Spires to place on rec- ord its appreciation of the action of tlie Canadian." HaciNc Railway com- panv in reducjnjj the minimum car load weight deLls of and sheep Iron: to lli.OOO Ibs., I and double deck cars for ttiese classes oE4ive The question ot appointing a man to look alter ,tneT interests of the membeis ho lar, as bhipments and markets, were .concerned was. broach-: ed m a resolution bv Mr Rlley, oi High River His resolution was that a '.competent man be appointed by the executive at once, and ttore were strong arguments in its favor from Mr. Lane, .Mr. Ben James, Dr. Ruth- erford and others, with Mr. Cross a'n'd :Mr. Huckvale opposed to any bnpointment before the next annual meeting, which is to be 'held in May. The resolution was finally passed as amended, reading as follows Resolved that the executive be au- authorized to collect data on freight rates, shrink feeding charges and all j i other expenses in connection with live istock marketing and to provide "suclr information for the members of -this association. THE U S UMBAPWJ "Whereas, the UniM States regu- lations at present in force i ing impoitation of live stock from Canada are cai'smg very seri-j j 'ous loss aud hardship to the stock, growers oi Western Canada, and as there v does not 'appear to te any! gooJ and sound T5ason for tbe exist-1 cnce.of such prphihition, therefore be it, '.'Resolved, that this Association memorialize the Minister oi Agricul- ture of tlie Dominion, asking that the CO ernment of Canada make every effort to szcure their, withdrawal at tha earliest possible moment The fore roing res'Qlution, covering ore of the most important questions at prtsent faung the stock grower in thai: of i the embargo on Canadian stock entering the United where the foot' and mouth disease has caused the clctiing'and strict quaiantine ot the largest yards by the bnitcci States department oi agriculture, btought out some salient points There uas practical unity on. the purport of the al- tiioi'-'gh sonic members suggested that it could do no good. Dr. Rutherford snote in. strcog teruis in favor of the niotion. He has been at the helm ot :the. live stoci industry in Canada three outbreaks of tlmriuui mouth disease ;in the United States, as Commissioner of St c i, an I he stated emphatically fhrl tl cic s ro 6xrtfcly reason why O.intluan cattle should e barred {torn tiit 5 nite I btates matkct It could not poss'llv do any liarnf; he said, and stood a chance oi do ng spoio Good The motion passed mrani antl may be said to express :the'.undivided', opinion of the Alberta resarimg the embargo I Othor motions included a lote of i tlmnls ID the of Trade lot the use of thevr building, proposed fiV Dr Uutlcrford, and tlio following, deal- Inj tli< its of stock I "That it is the duty of tins asso- ciation ard each of its membeis to hrmg to the attcnticxi of the author itiPi carh cas' of oi horses, Cat- tle 01 pthEi lui stock which may hy any 'means come under their obsblva- men, all told, for overseas service. where he was twice wounded. I plicants. The way in which our SALE is being pationized is proof positive that it is a sacrifice without a parallel Peisons wlio have visited this .GREAT JEWELRY SALE aro rcturninjv time and again, and their transactions bear mute testimony to the utter squareness of this event. We do NOT offer you A FEW SPECIAL PRICES. THE EN- TIRE STOCIv IS BEING REDUCED with hut one THE PRICE is a secondary consideration. If you were unable to get waited upon last Saturday, come will find everything on sale and EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. See the big display in our windows, tomorrow We will admit that Lethhridge has seen many so-called bargain sales during the last few months, but this event eclipses any sale ever offered in the oily of Lothbridge. Come where tbe buyers "are coming and got your share of the Great Bargains be- fore tlie MIGHTY MONEY SAVING SALE CLOSES. To encourage early Xmas shopping any article be laid aside on payment of de- posit. A Diamond Rings cut to Diamond Rings cut to Out Glass Bowls cut to. Cut Glass Bowls cut to Mantle Clocks cut to Silver Cake Dishes, cut Alarm Clocks cut to 75c Alarm Clocks cut to. 453.00 Alarm Clocks cut to. ai d Watch cut to Watch cut to ,S15 Waltham Watch cut to Waltham Wai oh cut to Waltham Watch cut to Fountain Pens cut to Fountain Ten.s cut to.. 00 Gold Pearl set Necklets. Cut Gold Pearl set Cut to............'.. Cufl Links cut 82.50 Cuff Links cutVto. .v Ladies' Umbrellas cut to Watch Chains cut to... Watch. Chains cut 14.50 Hand Bags cut field Glasses cut to. Glasses cut to Balance of stock marked down proportionately WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweler. jistawishefll ;