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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE Rir. 'nor. DAILY MBRM WEDNESDAY. MARCH few days advance of date work will tu'tually lOumuMuv. Muuntiieiurers and contractors as sacm as they kuuw operations ilik-y will he- should set In' touch with thf Inruju si1 ill1-11 meii ot ability nn lie ami selected tor i tli? work to carriwl nut. Superintemli'M's at the bureau will Biipreciale. luuulrivs at- tuu-u so will bo nf full Inform- iation in adviiiuo nnJ c-un lay tbelr i plans, and make to sup nlv any dcuviutls utadi' for help. Bureaus are I" Calgary, Big Demand For Labor Expect- fed in Spring; Preparation I Maclebd. The 'riervlo- u! iffe bureau is nbso cwiiluyor and eni- .ns far in udraiice as in that the Irolii 'can he se- i rexirrf to work iv is oft t, ,-f dent that owlnjUo early In 1919 a Isrga 4 (inaiiUly- ot .grain reraalus 'ia-j ttirefhed, and little or no fall plough-1 FROST DOES iS.COO.OOO DAMAGE IN.FLORIDA -I- sng'yas perforiued; it is apparent Ibis fesd- ing can )ie accomplished, conslderablo inlior will., bs.irwulred to do this materiallj, lielp rders a MUMI, Fin Marco agc csdmatcd al over JSjOOIv done to fruit .y tables In South Florida by troet last Is'lh Thelr'Hahds Says Labor Deparintent At Ottawa OTTAWA. March itsM to enact iPBlslatlon on the eight-hour.da> U lu tin' Iwiuls o( (lie provincial gov it is announced by the mln ItttT ct labor, in connection wllli quos ions Ly one ot the provinces oh this subject. In connection willt Ine national lu dusttlal conference of last September when leelflatlW bn the (ighl-hou lay appeared to be pt purely domes tic concern, it was proposed to the supreme co'urt of Ciinarta the jurisdiction of federal provincial legislatures in sovemioE hnurs ot em- plevment The adoption subsequently in -by intercstional labor conlcronce of a draft convention ineir orders a v WORK HORSES For Sale -One Hundred Head Mares and, Geldings, 1 200 to 1 400 AU- BROKE. APPLY TO READY TO WORK. Knight-Wiatson: Ranching' Ltd. 1 -j. RAYMOND OR LSStft'lBRlbOE1'! i r AUCTION SALE Horses, Cattle Farm Implements NORTH HALF OF SEC. 1, IWP. 9, RGB. 19 TWO MIllES EAST OF COAL'DALE On WED., March 10th COMMENCrNG.AT 10.30 J I democrat? 1 John Deere levw borrow.''J 'srptlons. complete; l-Vnn-Hruiit single disc Ifi disc; I liny rake; 2 5 foot Deeiuis mowers .1. 1.11.C. Junior hay 2 4-wheel. lAick. Eing-pbw'il- joliir "l 7-foot McConnlck tinder; 1 3% In. Jlttcliell-wagon in good shape: 1 "U in. John Deero wagon; 1 :i't In! Weber wagon; seta of harness. Ijriicliing, complete; 1 steel grain tank; 1 Columbus grain box: number of collars, all sizes; 2 iron bedsteads with Blirinjs anil mattresses; hay racks in good shape; cveneri, tools anil oilier articles too numerous lo mention; 1 I.H.C. mower attachment; 2< DeLaval cream separators, new. Xo. 12, 450'capacity. 1 gray pclding, weight 1450, Ji yeara; I black mare, weight HSO. 10 years; I'.bay gelding, weight 1500. 3 in spring; 1 hay geld- ing HOO, 7 years; 1 hay nme, weight 1250, 7 years; 1 mo- liogany hay. .weight 1325, 6 years; 1 dark gray main weight NflO G and 7 years. All good work horses. One.milk cow, was Iresh sis weeks ago. years; one inlllt was fresh lust fall; 2 2-year-old heifers In good sliapo; 1 heifer .with calf. 1 stove, small size; 1 oil heater. 1 team marcy, li and 7 years; J'teain mares, 1 yours; 2 team geldings, 1 team Kehllnirs, 3 y'oarV; 7 rolls, coming 2 years.' 1 hew Western rond grader or'illtcher; 1 Weber wagon: -i John IJefire hinder; I Deering lilurter; 1 S-htfrao-gasoline engine. FREE LUNCH AT NOON sums under cash, ,01'cr that amount one- third cash; balance on approved ban'Oble notes maturing Novtrn- r 1st, with intersat at eifjhgper cent. Five per discount for cash, on credit amounts. OWNERS: MRS, El UEN PAWSON, FRANK KNAPP AUCTIONEER: PETE, LsVALLEY, Clerk, D, J. McSwain i I IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE THURS. NEXT, MAR. 4th ON THE PREMISES, 1231 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH L OVERSEAS CLUri WILL, .REORGANIZE All 'th'OKi rt-orgoriljatlo'p ol tbo 'rrtntrnlo'l thst a tneptiug for that imrpmie Lo lieM iu ciluiicil t-Uaia- (tiuiprrow (TliuieJay) uven- ill S o'clqjii. l.niHee are InrltcA lo be tnt. To the of and Vicinity Refused to Comment on the Spwhes Ajwul Hoard Mude In The House OTTAWA. Kirch Canadian to say." remarked Commissioner W. F. O'Connor, acting chairman ot board of commerce, this morning Trfcen he was aaked lo ir.afco a statement on the discussion on the subject flf.the elght-riQur day in the cnmmons senate yesterday of tlie taaril of commcics. Mr. O'Connor that lie had read iho reports o< the bul sllll he 10 uy about ilieni, repeated reference in lu liidustrlal-einploynirot lias the situation somewhat, it is in the minister of 'labor's announcement today. Ontario to Invettlgate TORONTO. iMarch corn- r mission lo invesllKulo the to tho board of com of establishing an elgliUiow work clay I nitres andf the. resienatlon ol IU throughout Ontario will bo appointed: chairman.' Sir George Foster either at the coming session ot the i lust nieht the between legislature or afterwards, was tho an-, himself and Judge Iloluon. which nouncpiiient mnJe this mornlni; Uy i the judge staled that ho could not ro lion Walter liollo, minister of labor. main on the, board while ho 'Was ou Mr Ealcl thut tlie iimlorclaiiillng; of sympathy with Iho Combines anil had somo time ago been reached be-i Pair Prices Act, which he was trying tvveen hiinsplf and Mayor Madiride, o administer. nf liranlforil, and representatives of the United Farmers of Ontario. Booze Without Per MOOSB JAW, nold Krh. n druggist assistant employ- ed by T. C. Oslrauclor, was summoned this 'morning by the city notice on a charge of having sold liquor without a prescription. The charge Is laid un- der Section 24 of the Saskatchewan Temperance Act. FORMATION OF'AfJ ALBERTA BRANCH OF ROYAt- MILITARY COLLEGE CLUB OF CANADA In connection with the re-organiza- tion of the noyal Military' College Club of Canada, n dinner'was held at I Ihc Kmiiress hotel, Calsary, on Tues- 1 J- (he 24th InM. at which the follow- In Iho .senate yesterday, Senate fBoatock characterized the action o [lie board of commerce In rescinding Ihc sugar control as "child-like." MR. J. A. LIVINGSTONE IS ADMITTED TO BAR An addition has been muds to tho ractlsins-lawyers of iha city in the admission ranks of-Mr. John A..LIvltigEtone, .tjrhojias' beeh.idnilt- tcd t'o'llie as a" practitioner In law to dete'.trqn) let, 1920. Mr.' Llvlngs'tuiVr tern) of belnj! artic- led .rlliur wllh whom M.C. Major O. P. Logsle. Mr.' K. H. Peters. Major K. Stuarl, D.S.O.. M.C. N. M. Sutherland. .Capt Krlc Ing.s Mr. Ross I-cthhriilge. a meeiing'vvas held j and it was decided to form an Alberta I Ilrrmch of Hie noypl Military College J Club of ronaila. Tlie following offi- j Kt; cere nf the brunch dub were duly elected E. L. Sanders. ti. I.oggie. K. Stuart. F. H. CoV I I1. II. Primrose. I.t.-Col. J. Mac- i Ikmalil. I; is earnestly tbat all lirailnates and ex-cadets ot the lioyal .Military ColleRC oi Canada, who are ruiiiling in AVnertii will mice com- t municnte wllh the Kocretary, Major K. D.B'.O.. M.C.. Senior Enel- llijfr Olficcr, Military District Nor 13, Calgary. through thb n'ectiaary 'eiainliieHons for tile laTy-anrl helng thg hilOlS. hbJinqjto.wntt (oi- flio ex- piry of period he'waa articled to practise. STRIKE INJLONDON LONDON, Ont., March paint- and jiaper hanging Is at a stand- still here as a of the painters anil strike. All riig jobs are being picketed. The men are ask- ing for a minimum wage of 75 cents an hour. Tho' employers offered a 55 cents, and because H] was refused, have declared u lockout. I_________________ KEPT IN TOUCH WITH ONE WIRELESS STATION PLEASURE m announcing that we are again going to do business in Lethbridge. We will be located in the Alexandra Hotel Block, on the corner. '_ An Expression of our Policy Our policy is something of which we are unwilling to er aiming by performance to make it tangible. Perhaps at such an occasion as this, it is not unbecoming if we do so without self praise, to outline tlie things for whichi we ideals for which ye strive. As for Merchandise That al! merchandise shall be of the dependable sort and sold as such without will carry a complete line of the best men's wear that we can procure. As to Service That each transaction shall be'made satisfactory from beginning to. end, one and all being treated alike, without discrimination. As to Errors I That our organization shall cultivate a readiness to with a constant effort to .eliminate them. As to Equipment That there shall be every convenience and comfort for our ers to make buying here a pleasure. WE EXPECT TO OPEN SATURDAY MORN- ING. Watch for our advertisement in Friday night's 20th CENTURY CLOTHING AT TWO O'CLOCK IS FAVORED vTH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And efteuln including: Very (ino dining suite In quartered oak Iiim- ed comprising elegant 5-fl. r.ounrt ejclending iliniiiK tnlilo and set oi xcnuino full leallier ecated clialn; pair ot heavy den chiiirs In fiiniutl oak and upholstered hi genuine leather; niahog- in) occasional lalile; grass nickor In gooil condition; uphnl.ilcrcil kei- rocker; heavy ileu liitilo In fuinetj ouk; massive In fumcil oak uiili trail, in first quality leather; beautiful tirasa i heil with mil sprins felt rmitlrnss; cxcectllngly hiiiulsoinn drfsscr In Clrcisulan walnut extra large bevelled nifi-ror nnil wmhsland- (o mnicli; junllnlere !ix9 Wlllon. rns; -ncnrly i new refrlKM.'it'.'.r nak hall nick; tot, Urrjp. iiiallirsh and ivool; overlay; hlilo cnriiut vcjU-ire, tad; hall runner; .iiKnii of HCArly jas rniiMo wjtli liigh phailc.Hj.hant- muc-k; gritllcii'tools; and fruit; crpckn; sleigh; door; kitciicii cif. This Furniture is All Hiijh Orads ,-inil in New Condition. Splendid Opportunity fcr Buyers. TERMS CASH AT CLOSE OF SALE AUCTIONEER'S PHONES WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE SUPREME COURT AGAIN ON MARCH 9 The non-Jury cnses left over from Ihc.criminal sessions the Supreme Court will bu tried here .next cgminencing Tuesday. March Ulh, with Mr. .lusllcc Ives prcsiilins, when tlie session adjourned on l-'ri- day last will re-pnen. f.. t.. f.. YOHK. .March Cuniird Ener Imperator, arrived hero yesterday from Liverpool, Ijro'xc re- cords for wireless conimunicaiion hy hooping in touch with a single, land statinn during an entire voyage. The point was Ahenleeq, Scotland. II POUCE COUPE FARMERS HAVE MILLION BUSHELS GRAIN TO DELIVER YET VICTORIA, fl.C., March mil lion unMielB of grain in the hands of Police ('OHpo farmers is hold up foi want of iriinsporlatlo'n. This is'tin latest news on Peace Uiver conges lion conyeyc-d to Preniier Oliver in tj telegram from W. Wide, secretary o the Spirit Iliver hoard pf trade. "BEST MEDICINE FORJOMEN" What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Did For Ohio Woman. WORLD'S LARGEST BOY DIES VERY SUDDENM Mf M O C U D ENS SHOP Alexandra Hotel Block -'Oh the Corner BURGLARY INSURANCE LIMITED ON LIQUOR VASCOOVEtll, U.C., March liiirglnry Insurancu ogenls if. Van-] tectioa for liquor supplies in private coiiver are limilini! their liability .to! houses, Scotch, and rye arc not con- J50 when they are approached for pro-1 sldcrcd good risks. STRATFOIID, .Mnrcli 2.-rTii world's largest boy, a recoril claim..1 for Lenny Mason, a yonnj; pad of 16 years, who Weighed i pounds, has died suddenly, according I lo ;i received by his uncle.; 11.. Tcd'.her, of (his city. 'Tho I iva? on a tour of Bnglnnil when he s Hlric-ken by h'oart failure. How Signs Of Old Age Creep Into Your System When The Iron In Your Blood Runs Low For Want of Iron, You Be Old At Irritable and All Frftj or Sixty, With Plenty of Iron in Your Blood, You May Be Young in FeeJmf and Brimming Over With Vim and Energy IRON IS THE RED BL06D FOOD _ That Strengthen the Nerves, Restores Wasted Tissue and Aids tn-'Giving TIcTitwcd Force and Power to the Body. Physicians Explain Administration of Simple Nuxated Iron Often Increases tlie Strength and Endurance of Delicate, Run-down People In Two Weeks' Time. Old age lias already sunk its thousands of men Portumouth, enfTcreil from pains in my siilo and WM so at timei I could g e t around to uo my work, mil I had four in my family and til re e po itmadolt very hard for me, LyilU K. rinkham'a Vcge- tablo Compound was recommomlcul to mo. 1 took it anil it hill restored roy hrnith. It la certninly tho mcdlcino for womiiii's elimontfl I ever SARA SIIAW, R. No, 1, Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. Shaw provu! lliu merit of this tncdicino and wrote IbU letter in order that olher nufferlng women find relief M she did. Women who are suffering M was not rfrag from day to iloy without giving this famous root anil herb remedy, l.ydtaE. tal.lo Compound, a trial, For ipodel ttdvico In rceari) to such ullmenti wnU Mass. The result of its forty NO 'PHONE ORDERS TAKEN KDMONTO.V, Alta., March ing tolepnojio orders in stores which aro cluscd according to city will be Illegal II a proposed charter arnond- men'. wcuthers tho lofdilaltiro. {Jlly oftklnls proiicnn lo mil nn Ironclad definition on Iho wonl "cliised" wh.lch will leave no room for doubting'Us meaning. It Is claimed Ihnt nonio stores linvt huen ilolnf btnlnmn atler closing by utilizing Joloptione service. This to noma ojtont iiultlfya aim Ihn rarly elonlug act, HO junenilnicnt noedcd. FOFl MODERATOR, 1921 TOIIOSTO, .Mnvch I'rofinsur Jainira Unllnntynp, of Kiinx {'iincKe, wita iiiniilnnU'iI tlio Trfronto Fret- hytcry ycsturdny na Ihe. next ninili'rator nf [ho ficinTiil iiMftinhlv ot Cnnnil.i. llci-. Sir. John N'cli'n reniwul- linn HA of Wcn'mlnmor I'i'Crilijicrinn church, Tarontn. aiTeptf.d and will lake ef- left at MIC end of nionlh. and women who ouglil still to be ctijoying the springtime and summer oflifc simply because they have allowed over- work, nervous strain, dissipation ami occupational poisons to sap the iron from llicir blood and thereby destroy its power lo change food into liviiiK tisane, muscle and brain. You will find plenty of people al 40 who are broken in health and steadily, downward 'to ficnl and menial decay while others nt 50 nrc strong. nclive, alert anq hccmiiiffly rjrowing younger every year. One clai3 withers and dies like leaves in au- tumn wh the