Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THK DAILY HERA! I rtllHY, APRIL 11, 191'J HUME '2ND MONDAY NOV. Bill in Commons lo That Soldiers Drawing 1'ensions 'OTTAWA. April S.-ln ihe v-ommous I. D. Ptulou. Somh Itl-nfiew, intro- duced a bill set aside the second Monday in November year as. a memorial of the signing of (he Ermisllw. Dr. McOlMion. of Musfcofca. iras OU by Hon. N. W. 'hat the total number ot former private soldiers drawing iveusions was Si'.STl. their pensions representing a yearly expen- diture of J4.S51.750. In eddilion to Iliese. former private soldiers Jiad been awarded gratuities aicountuis to They haa disabilities of loss taan 45 per :Tnp minister of militia snid that no complaints' hud been brooffht to the attention of the government with re- sard u> ihf treatment ft men of the Princess Patricias to the accommo- dation provided for them wiieu return- ing to tiieir homes after demobiliza- tion in Otlan-a. NOTICE The; Last And Best Opportunity Of The Season AUCTION SALE! Having received instructions from The Noble Foundation Limited, I will offer for sale by Public Auction AT THE MARQUIS FARM ONE MILE NORTH OF NOBLEFORD x ON MONDAY, APRIL 14TH Commencing at 12.30 p. m., the following FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY Seized Liquor Not Reported To Department Fixed Own Price TORONTO, April public ac-l eettfifs committee of the legislat a surprise' tins morning} S. Dincmin. or the license board, admitted that inspectors were allowed to fix the price which liquor vendors paid liquftr seized the Ontario Temperance act sold to thstn. Mr. DiBgzoka, questioned by Hart- to pevirt arri M.P.P. whose about the iarestiga- txm. i atattted tirtt the department had no knowledge oC any liijwrr seised .Unless it was reported to them br the inspector who made tie seJzure. l HORSES 41 bead of large, yranf work houses awl marw, weighing from 125f to fes. Tkese kwxs are aD good condition and ready for hard work. Some of (km kaviag keai at work daring the winter. They count of 3 spans of 3-year-okb and most oi the bal- ance ranfe from 4 to 9 years old. CATTLE 29 Choke Saortfcon Cows and Heiiers. A number of them wrtt at side; 20 good yearling Sfcortlioni heifers; 1 registered Shorthorn extra good 5- year-old. TRACTORS Six of MT famous -12-24 Sampson Sieve Grip Tract- ors. These engines were carried by is in stock here in the past year and were simply used two months in the hurry-op season, making then second hand. They hare been over by a thorough mechanic during the winter and are now in a first class condition. These are the best 12-24 engines we have ever used. We will also sell one 12-24 Heider Tractor in good repair. H I BIFFICULIWSK Spratg on HaM uri Melting Slow Makes Movement Mfficnit April war office eommanicaiioii dealing with, the slt- iatiori oii the' Archtnge! (roiif unued last oignl. It A Quantity of Wheat and Oat Seed eligible for registration will be sold. This will be an opportunity of securing the best seed available. MACHINERY 15'John Deere Gang Flows. These John Deere plows are only a fittle used and are in first class condi- tion. They are only being disposed of as we are going to replace than with three-farrow plows. One lit-fmrrow RCCTC engine gang plow with stub ble bottoms. One John Deere S-fnrrow frame with 6 stubble and breaker bottoms. 'One John Deere 3-furrow pony engine gang and one 3-furrow low Eft adjustable John Deere Plow. FOOT large wood Bon harrows; two Diamond har- rows: one Joha Deere double disc; six angle disc; some extra .wagon boxes; iax sets doable hamejs; two water tanks; one Van Brant shoe drill; one Van Brant doable disc drl; three John Deere sulky plows; and numerous other articles. 71 t.-' I Hf. .V and below, cash; balance on approved note at 8 cent till FaB FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 12 O'CLOCK Ilie HoWe Foundation, Limited OWNERS R.A. AUCTIONEER prisoners. There was some w'ds" KlfvrtT yesterday on lie 'The surfaces and melting are making movement difficult, In the action at Zredmelcheinga, Apr. 6th. the defetise' was carried by Inc. Liverpool Toffchifg troops a compairy froTO'-tbe Russian array by-arliitery of-'the legion.nnder Bri- tfEh- dWeAst. at Bol; fihote OiercXai 'against the attacks of Apri) 7 was Carried out Hffr- sian national army, whose artillery had French officers, it was their flfsl light they bihared -with e'mplary In one case, a section ot the Bus- Man field were oat of the gin pits and reversed at z ,of against a large hotfr ol the eiiemy on skiis. A ol UhHed States infantry Was in support on tnls'sector. Royal 4ir. greatly as; Mated, with Canadians, South Afri- cans and as pilots and oto- serTers. Exchange 6f Prlsor.efi I but the situation on all the frtrits Is comparatively Quiet." April 5. (Associated financial condition was set forth by Minister of Finance Sthiettef today in addressing the na- ttotral Rsembiy on the budget for f Treasury bills on Jan. 31, said the minister, amounted to marks and have since risen to thHOOO' marks. The expenditure for the army and navy had fallen from marks In January to narks in March. The budget, tne minister slated, bal- iscsi at roughly marks ARCHANGEL.. Wednunliy, April i which meant an addition of Thi! cMrimMskili which is lo con- fer with Hih'tiblsheflki reg'kralrig the exchange ol prisoners -Include British, United and l-'rench of- ficers. The conference is enpectcd to be held tomorrow. L'p 10 this date there are 45 American soldiers listed as hiisjinr... NO 'blttitri are on thf II I; coniidered that (hey GraptNuts of your quota of BROTHER OF LOCAL MAN GEWNISMOE 660. marks, as compared with last and the deficit would not be less :han marks. Dr. Schlelfer said the budget was only a step in a transition lo worse conditions, tecause it did not repre- sent'all the consequences of tbe war, as iti'Iemnilles payable to the entente. He made an urgent tor economy, but said that one Un- avoidable Item of additional lere was marks, rcpre- dentlng Increases of salary for offici- als, this'being rendered necessary by the increased cost of living. Tbs'irtinisfer urged that the flow of capilal to 6tlic-r countries be ener- getically cofnbalteil. The total yield Pie. Clarence a. A. Marshall of the i6tb Canadian infantry, who wdn the bar to his Military medal jast Octo- ber, is a brother of .r. R. Marshall of the Prairie City Oil Co. here. An connlry exchange has tbls to Bay of Private Clarence George Alfred Mar- shall, Wth Canadian Infantry Battal- ion, has been awarded a bar to his Military Medal, which be received in September, 1917, for gallantry in ac- tion. The official report states that the bar to the medal has betfn award ed for gallantry and devotion lo duty during the advance from Pressies to Faubourg de Paris between October 17 and October 22 Pie. -Mar- shall, it is recorded, "served as lines- man, running and maintaining lines to forward report centres. These du- ties brought him on three occasions at Emerchlcourt, at Urtebise, and at Faubourg he R forte, lie vw.s on3 fit Ih': for service in tho "Special" branch of' the CJ.1X, which was c-ntrustftd to a large extent CHANCES IF CHILD'S IflHE IS COATED ro.M, Feverish, Sick, Sllroul, Clean Little Liver Bowels. A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow.- Children simply will not take ihc lime from play to empty Iheir hnwr.la, which become clogged up .with wane, liver gets sluggish, sour. Look at tho tongue, Mother! It coated, or your child la llslless, cross, feverish, breath doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or.has norc throat or any btticr children's nil- Scotland Yard, he has hp.cn attached for duty lo the suite of foreign Sover-1 tlgns during thrfr official vlslta In Ihi.i country, has beer- Ihe rccipl- Magistrate Clark har( imposed fur a lent of many and decor- similar offense. On February 27 he nitons. He was mnde M.V.O., in fined Thomas P. Harrington of Udney and costs for hltlihg in the hush all lasl summer In order to evade.mili- tary service. The Magistrate aald thai tlic otfeiiee was deserving oi a year's Imprisonment, but lie would give'the convicted men their liberty and a fine equal to a year's caraU He Is tho son ot (lie late Mr. Qulnn, ol Ccunty Slayn. BANISH WASHING OAY v 18 A WOMAN'S PLAN more washing Is a prospect sunecstcd by the Wom- en's (lousing Sub-C'ojiiinittee of toe m poison, bllo and ferment- wastft will gently move onl of bowels, fcod you hnve a well, ciillil A Ihorouidi "in- fide cleansing" all that Is necessary. It KhouM the flrftl.'treat- ment given in any ulckncst. llewaro of counterfeit fig wrups. Ask your druggist (rrr bottle of ifornla Syrup of which fafl directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly prlr.t ftKon the bottle, carefully nrirl Itial It (s made by the Klg. AUCTION SALE HAVING BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. T. P. WHO HAS SOLD HIS FARM, I WILL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE, THE FOLLOW- FARM STOCK EQUIPMENT At farm 3 mflei east oi CoaUale Station ON TMt W. OF SECTION 4TH On Monday, April 14 COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 10-20 Tllnn engine; 1 McCermack mower; I McCormack rake; i Float; 1 Clod Masher; 000 ilia.-Alfalfa Seed; 15 tons mixed Altai- Timothy Hay; 5 Set Harness; 1 Team and 7, weighing 3400; 1 Team Greys, 7 and 9, welghlnK 2SOO; 1 Team Illacka. 7: and 8, weighing SI50; 1 Bay Marc, S years, weighing 146tt; "i nron-ti Marc, 7, welching HOO; I flay Jlorsc, 7. HOp; 1 Black Mare, 7, weighing 1COO; 2 two-year-old colts; 1 Wa- gun; 1 If arrow; 1 Knglne Disc; 1 Bngluo Plow, 3 hottorts Other small articles loo numerous to mention. TEfllM Of of ?10.00 and tinder cash. On amoanti over time will be given till Nov. 13IS on an- prored bankable paper wllth interest at D. j, McSWAIN, ClerK. 'p. E. LA VALLEY, Auctioneer PHONE LETHBRIDOE.