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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta F.jr.irr tilF. LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920 Proposition is Now In Sfate Where Trenches May Soon lie Called For from tbe understanding reached wHh Comnilssloner MacKtuzIo while In St. Paul. In 'hose circumstances, tbe view of tbe department of marine U tbat the harbor commissioners should offer the Great Northern Railway company a reasonable price for the- properties involved, leaving tho mat- ter of title to properties now occupi- ed by the Great Northern Railway company for subsequent and inde- pendent consideration. If the railway company should bo unwilling to ac- cept a proposal of thiskind h is under- stood that the department hat they should at once pn proyriate the properly ____ powers conferred upon them by an act ot iucorporalion PO that v. may wine ioto thoJr possession at an early date and enable them to with f ruction of the the plans and specifications of which are in such p position that tenders may be immedi- ately called for. OTTAWA. April following statement regarding the purchase of a site for the pressed new pier Huirard Inlet, Vancouver, was hand- ed out today by ihe marine depart- ment. Major MacKenzie. one of the- harbor commissioners of Vancouver, has been liero for fome days negotiating with tbe minister of marine and fisheries, a view to definitely conclude ar- rangements for the purchase a sile upou which to commence the- conatruc- tion of tbe new pier proposed by tbe commissioners on Burra.-d Inlet, tlie site selected by the commissioners as tho most suitable upon which to Buch a pier is that lying immediate- ly west of the eiisttng Great North- era Railway dock. A por tioa of ibe property required is own- rti by the Vancouver. Victoria and Astern Railway-Navigation com- pany, ivhich is a subsidiary of lire 3reat Northern Railway company. Agreement of Sale 'Before coming here. Commissioner MacKenzie had been in St. Paul con- ferring with the Great. Northern Rail- way company with a view to tbo pur- chase of tbe property and secured from tbo company an agreement to I'd! for a price in the vicinity of JOO in cash, together a coulirina-i lory title to properties now owned by' (he Great Northern Railway company im Burrard Inlet and False Creek. tor which properties no title has been; Labor Vofc Grows in Darlford iEsned from 1he crown. In the course' of negotiations here, ft developed that the department of marine was flot disposed to consider tlie Question of granting a title to the properties now Decupled by the Great Northern Railway as a part of Hie purchase price o, the property required by the bftrbor commissioners und bavc inti- mated io Commissioner .MncKenile !hat the purchnpe of the property ivould have to bo considered as an independent transaction. (Finfcelsteln) the Bolshevist Commis- sary, Agents and adventurers from ell northern, eustwn and cen- tral Europe hire flocked In Ibo hope ol doing a deal with the famous Scandinavia. Oer- nuny, Anstib. CiechfrSlovakia, Po- land. tho papers an- Bounce that Itnlkn SwialUts are corn- ing here from Rome. A Urg'o propor- tion or those people Tiicif are often forged, and the Slate (s kept busy twntaj them out. remarks by a person in touch, and clearly la sympathy, with the "Bolshevist .Minister" here, M. Utvinoft Hnketsteln) iudlcalo the nature of ttie argumentE by which are endeavoring: re- move the tinkering-scruples of entente dtpIonuitlsU regarding the right o! property. It Is thought that somo kind o' understanding on this subject Se reached before the entente will actually conclude peace with the'BoliheTllss, and the Uue oJ srfiument which 1i to be adopted is, apparently, tbe following: The of i tand, money, and other property has now taken ed to the harbor commissioners that i place; the community has taken what to es jit sUcalsi righUy it bas tiven tho f (he peasants the has itself taken over tho means of production. The profit now goes to those who do the and becomes tbcir property; Aiivl Anyoue who endeavors to tako it the ieast possible delay with the con-j from them is regarded as a eecond child came took It and well during the whole time, and childbirth was a hundred fajier. Ever since l then 1 have used it for. any weakness and would not bo it for the" world.- I do my f work and am strong end healthy. I am nursing my baby, and I atill take tho Ycgelib'e Compound asitkeepatworaan In gjjod health. You may publish my tea timoi.ii! for the good of other woir en, it you to do Mrs. C. WEST- MR Additional Classified Ads. (Continued from Pege Three) A SXIA1J- QUANTITY ol choice alfalfa for sale, per ton. at my farm, six miles northeast of city. 1'. J. McKenzie, oals, real good, feed. Price 75 cents per bushel. Bauiple on request. Shut- tleworth Illackle, Alta. HAY "ni MORELAND, Harrison, N.Y. who suffer from displace- ments, irregularities, inflammation, ulceratioj, backache, headaches and Jervcusness should loserto time in giving this root and herb remedy, LycJiaFv Vegetable Com- pound, a trial, tnj for epocit! advice irrite to Lydia E. Piokhara Medlcino lo., Lynn, Hist. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of Claude Wood, late of Avalou, Alberta, :XO'fJCE is hereby given that all persons claims upon iho estale of the late Claude Wood, who died on the Hlh day of Slay, are required to file vith tho undersigned, on or {before the 3iilh day cc .April, A.D., a full statement ot claims and of sny securities hslil by them, duly verified, nnd that lifter tlut date Ihu executor will distribute tile assets of the estate the parties titled thereto, having regard only to 'His claims of''which notice has been so filv-1 which have been brought to his notice. Dated tho 16lh di'y of March, 1920. 0. E. DRYSDALK. Foremost, Alberia. Solicitor for Charles Holilhan, The Kxecufor. G. W. G. Ad W Good Ontario tJaoiby to bo here in a few days. Order now tor prompt delivery. SEED POTATOES Karly varieties, Irish Cobbler, Early Oh'o. Alfalfa; Timothy, Drome, etc. .It Pays to Co-operate. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD., Phono 777. Lelhbrldge. Coaldalo. ff 1 "HAY AND HORSES J FOR SALK SO TO 60 TONS of good sheaf oaU, at J40 a ton. S OH 10 TON'S of 6004 blue Joint bar. Must be hauled off place to feed. Also THIRTY GOOD WOHK HORSES Can be seen at BONNBL1, t LUCKEY'B f Kann, Three South ono Mile West ot Coaldale. SS-13 i ff! HAY and FEED FOR SALE Prompt Dellverio Lowest C, McCLENAGHAN" Oth" St. S., Lethbrldgo' Phoi-t 1295 31-20 JIR. HAY IMPORTER We will take hold of all your -i- 'hay shipments and .CLEA.R THEM-FP.OM CUSTOMS: tor yoii. You are too busy 16 bother with, customs requtrements. Prompt attention guaranteed. DOYOUfANT OATS FEED.OR SEED In carlpts-or less. We can also deliycr promptly ot .GOOD HAY i what have to offer.' SAUNDERS HAY AND .'GRAIN COMPANY 1221 2nd Ave.S. Phone 732 THE IVOSSITEft AGENCIES, Customs Brokers. -Phone-1412. 6 OTTAUTOUVERY Special 'Service oa Country Trips Phonei 787 THE MECHANIC'S LIEN. ACT NQTICEOFSALE Fred Lyckrhan, of Car- tiiangsy. In tha Province of Allierin, is Indebteil lo the urTdersignciI Grnham Jlotor Company, Limited, iii for lahor; material and storage... expended the undersigned upon certain chattels, namely: .Oria (1) No.'16'Series Slude- three-passenger roadster, in good running in -.the possession of Che said Graham j "Motor Company.. Limited, hich sum nas'remained lore tnan three months after the arne ought to'have' heen paid; AND WHEREAS the isnd'eratgned eld Lieii uppii.tho hattels for the so owing as afofe- aid; THEREFORE the nndcrsign- d the said Graham iMotor Company, do.hereby give notice that! hey. will proceed to sell tho said chat-' namely: One 'No. 13 Stndebaker, hree-pasiop.ger roadster _described foresald by public auction at the gar- oge of ttie said Graham .Motor Com- Limited, at No. 4H Cth St. South, in the City of I.olhhridge, in he Province'of Alberta, on tho 17th day of 'April, A.D., 1520, at the hour if 3.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Terms cash. DATED at Lethhridgc, Alberta, this 8th dny of April. A.D., 1920. TUB .GRAHAM MOTOR CO., W.I' Per J. T. Graham. Station ServicG-'Statlon for Uie famous 'M ag net os. All makes ot generators, coils re-1" Full stock of 'repair iiarts car- ..Tied. All work guaranteed. RECHARGED ifhe Roy Eiecbic Co. 4th Avehu'e South CITY TAXI SERViCE DAY AND NIGHT Phons 1SSI, Office