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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920 THE LKTHMUbUK .lUlLY. PAGENT? PARAGUAY NOW Has Only One Million Popula tion But.Swne SUius as c Dominion OTTAWA, Feb. tunsdtim notification ;e- tolted by the, government today thai fijur additional countries hive joined the iMfut'ol gallons. The countries Chile, Fureguajr jentfoe. ;At, .the" time ot peace the tour In eluded states not represented to loin In the annex to. the j '.-Adralsgilop o-f'the South American here of partjcu "slgnijioance'jn view of the titen government in rifpect o( status and rotin rjgjils In [he Paraguay, for in stance, ot only one million population as'compared with In Canada., Paraguay will now have tni's'rfmejjotjnjr. rights In sembly as the Dominion. Before'lb administration ol-Panguay, a numbe of Central and South American slates with an'iven pmaller voting rights equal with Canada. The the trea ty. of aloag-wlth.Cin Ida were .counted among'the :rlglnr niomberjl.ot.tlie'league.-" JAcjofdlng fo-aivJcea -received b is a.strong sen tijneht ..thro.ujhout' the .Dominion .1 UVof of'ln.slst.Dnce. on full Canartla rights." In the' ieague. Mr. Meighen rnlnlaler 6? jntei'Ior, is to speak In WIi on Ihe'loiglie tomorrow nlgtt It he will further outlln CALGARY, ''Feb. Statements niadfr.it Edmop'to'n yesterday by'; a dGlegatjon from tjve'..soctal serviceJea-, Buo .upbir the 'govern- prescription filo rosc'u.eil 'from the Riverside" Drug store during the fife in January, sbow- cd liqucf sales of J14.000 a montb, Clotvvorihj', pronrletor. us utterly falso in every way. The statem'ents were made by Rev. II. H. ningham, who stated that at tlie fire on January 27 in the Riverside drug worker Who happened lo be there rushed in and rescued the file and stated he found ihat It 'showed sales of liquor from ,lp a month. Mr.'CIotworthy, who is-.on his'fann at kacombe, denied', the statements -over the iihouc bertan lqV( evening. Ho Baid November 15 and January 1ii I touelit absolutely no liquor frpia the government vendor at 'all. (ire In the store was on -Janu'ury '-37 From the 15th until that time' I issued so far as I can about 10 preEcrlpllpis, ot uout .worth 'o liquor altogether. ''There was no file kept of the Hqnoi lircscrtpticns. "The forms were kep 'in' n-imiill box .and relumed to the government' each month. I canno understand iow anybody could make such'n Etatetne'nt'a's quoted' above." GOT SLOUGH GRASS INSTEAD OF HAY (From Our Own Corresoontlentl COWM7Y, Feb, J. Carncj left last week lor liellevue where he sons John and Boh are sick. The famliy intend leaving shortly for Belle vue where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs, Nelson of the Wai ilrim ranch liaye iboth bcon attack" with the 'flu; 'Mrs. Nelson and bab; went iiito Pincher Creek to be nea medical aiil. The Institute day at Cyr and Smith1 store added to the H. if. Fund Mr. BirXett'generously donated hi day's wages. Tho following sum have also been received from Lund brack Mrs. Geo. Penn Mri. A. McPherson J3.00; ''Mra. more (2.00; "Mrs. Ctias. Patton Mr, D, O. Morrow is ablo lo be arouiij again after a lengthy Illness. iiaiOIlllan and CJT and Smith are IHitllijg up some splendid 'looking Ico. II IB Crow's' Ice, and Mho blocks which average 800 pounds as crystal. Hay keeps coming In steadily and farmers are kept busy hauling the feed away; all kinds and qualities. Some of the farmers who were ex- reeling hay bave found upon opening Lhalr car nothing more or less than slough grass. .Mrs. T. B. Christie Is now on tho sick .list.. ADMIRAL BENSON j TO SUCCEED PAYNE WASHINGTON, Feb. Ad Bcnsoc, chic! o! opera- tions during tho war and now on tha reared llsl, baa been selected by President Wilson to succeed John Bar ton Pnyne as a member o! the ship ping board. Admlnl Benson's nomln. allon will not be to tho senate until Chairman Payne winds up sev eral pressing mailers now before the board, before taking over the office of secretary of the Interior In succe ilon to Franklin K. Lane, whose restg nation li ettecllve March 1. It was laid at the White House that this tonld probtbly bo about a month. AUCTION IF LE, of VALUABLE FARM LANDS NEAR THE fbWN OF TABER IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA By The Canada West Coal Company, Limited THERE WILL BE SOLDBY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE REX THEATRE, IN THE TOWN OF TABER, ALBERTA ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH M AT THE HOUR OFJ.SO O'CLOCK P.M., BY W. A. AUCTIONEER, Ov vvwvoN: 5 ;i The Lands and Premise's in tbeTaber Irrigation District shown on the accompanying sketch, and described as follows: PARCEL No. part cf Legal Subdivisions 1 and 2, of Section thirty-five (35) in Township nlno (9) and Range seventeen West of the Fourth P.M. lying South of the C. P. R. and containing 24.9 acres. PARCEL No. part of the South East quart- er of Section thirty-five in the above Township and Range, lying tjo the North of the C. P. R. and containing i28.79 t PARCEL No. part of the North East quar- er of Section thirty-five in the above Township and Range containing acrti. PARCEL No. L.S. 13 and 14 of Section thirty-five In above Township and con- taining 80 acres. PARCEL No. part "of L.S. 11, and 12. of thirty-five In above'Township and Range, containing PARCEL No. 5 and 6 of Section thirty, five Iri above Township and Range, containing M acrec, PARCEL No. L.S. 4 and part of t-.S. 3 of Section thirty-five (35) and part of L.S.. 13 and 14.of Section twenty-six (26) In above Township and Range, containing 96.25 acres. PARCEL No. part of 13 and 14 of Section twenty-six (25) and part of L.S. of Section 3 of Section thirty-five (35) In above Township and Range, lying to the South of the C. P. R. anil con- taining 58.64 acret, PARCEL No. L.S. 11 and-12 of Section twenty-six (26) In above Township and Range, con- taining 30 acres.. PARCEL No. L.S. 5 ant! 6 of Section twenty-six (26) fn above Township and Range, talning acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 3 and 4 of Section twenty-six in above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres. PARCEL No. South West quarter of Sec- containing 160 acres. Less that portion being right-of- way for Main Irrigation Ditch. PARCEL No. L.S. 11 and'12 of Section twenty-five (25) in 'above Township and Range, con- taining acres. PARCEL No. L.S, 13 and 14 of Section twenty-five (25) In above Township arid Range, con- taining 80 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 15 and 16 of Section twenty-five (25) in above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 9 and 10 of Section twenty-five (25) in above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres, PARCEL No. South East quarter of Sec- tion twenty-five (25) in above Township'and Range, containing 160 acres. Lesg that being right- of-way for Main Irrigation Ditch. PARCEL No. L.S, 3 of Stctlon thirty- three (33) jn Township nine (9) and Range sixteen (16) West Fourth P.M. containing 40 acres. PARCEL No. part of L.S. 4 of Section thirty-three (33) in last above mentioned Township and! Range, containing 39.5 acres. PARCEL No. part of L.S. 5 of Section thirty-three (33) In last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 39.5 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 6 of Section thirty-three (33) In last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 40 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 11 of Section thirty- three (33) In last above mention Township and Range, containing 40 acres.- PARCEL No. L.S. of 12 of Section thirty- three (33) In last above mentioned Townthlp and Range, containing 40 acres, PARCEL No. L.S. 13 of Section .thirty- three (33) In last above mentioned Township and tion twenty-five (25) In afeove Township and Range, Range, containing 40 acres.' PARCEL No. part .of L.S. 14 of Section thirty-three (33) In last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 39 acres. The above property all .within three miles of the Town of Taher and within the'limits of the Taber Irrigation add wSII'be' subject to Irrigation when the canals and iaterajs now .under construction are There will slr.o be told at the same time and place the following lands the lifnlti of the Taber Irrigation District, that It to PARCEL No. whole of Section one (1) In Township ten (10) Range MVinteen (17) Fourth P.M. with the exception of the North of L.S. 3 and the South half of L.S. 6, containing 600 acres more or less, PARCEL-No. West Half of Section nine (9) in the last above mentioned Township and Range, containing acres, PARCEL No. the Eist half of Section seventeen (17) ,in .the last above mentioned Town-' ship and Range, containing 320 acres.. PARCEL'No. the North half of Section twenty-three (23) In Township nine Range sev- enteen West Fourth P.M., containing 320, acres, less that portion sold for Main Irrigation Ditch right- :AII the above landi are within easy distance of of about twenty-five .hundred inhabl. tants, -with four-grain elevators, three bankj, schools, lighting and water, and ah abund- .a'nc.e of cheap fuel, situated on the Main line of tha Nest Branch of the C. P. Railway, with dally 'service.' The Irrigated lands will be offered for sale In parcels above described, and as shown on panylng plan.'The non-Irrigated lands will be offer-' cd In the parcels or In smaller par. eels io be arranged on day of sale, TERMS OF cash, balance in four equal annual payments, with interest at 6 per cent. In the event of the purchasers making improvements daring the tint year of an amount not less than the first annual instalment of prin- cipal, the said first and all subsequent annual instalments of purchase money will extended lor one year it desired. j The said lands will be offered for sale subject to a Reserve Bid on each par- cel and also subject to the reservation of all mineral rights thereunder, and to the terms and conditions to be made known at the time of sale or upon application to .the vendors or the Auctioneer. For'further information apply to. the vendors at Taber, or at their office, 806 Union Bank Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, or to the Auctioneer. Dated 2nd February, A.D. 1020, The Canada West Coal Company, Limited i JL REFERENCE: 'BANK OF HAMILTON, WINNIPEG AND TABER W. A. PORTEOUS, AUCTIONEER VENDORS ;