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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUUAY. MAHl'.H i. I.K'i IMGTHF BEANS Coal dale Farmer Willing to Give Free Meal But Says Pot Was Handy (By ;i Staff Reporter) (1OALDAI.K, Mar. ia not a case oC "npUllng tho but rath- er of "stealing the hoans." On returning home ono night a. bachelor-farmer who came from the fcfcites it' not from -the bean-eating city of Boston, discovered' that, a thief bad vlslteil him. Nothing of any par- ticular value was taken except.a pot of iHjana that hail been carefully pre- pared for the evening meal. following a period of mourning for the lost beans, the victim of this dis- theft, is now hoping the cul- prit., will ut least return tho poL .It was a handy as good as new. OF1 CABINET WASHINGTON', Mar. are Home of the more important of the problems, international and domestic, facing the Imnllug administration: International Peace with Germany. Final disposition of tho treaties Versailles and .St. Germaiue. Decision as to the entry of the United States into an Association of Nations. International disarmament. The Japanese-California question. The Russian question, including trade with Soviet Russia. Kccogn ition of Mexico. Negotiation of. new treaties, diplo- matic ami commercial, -with Ger- many and Austria and with the new nations, Poland, Hungary and Czecho- slovakia. Japanese occupation of Siberia. Treaty with Colombia. Disposition of tho former German uahies now held by tho Allies'. Recognition of the new Greek gov- ernment and settlement- of the status of the Greek loan. Loans to including funding; of the British and other debts to the United States. Tho Anglo-French world oil agree- ment of Han Keino. Cuban relations. Military occupation of Haiti and Dominican Republic. Irish question. Philippines independence. Self-government of Porto-Rico. Settlement' cf claims againat many grown out of the war. Settlement of claims agaiaat Mexico resulting from revolutions there. Re-establishment of full diplomatic relations with Disposition- of the Anglo-French- American treaty for defense of France. Domestic Tax and tariff- revision. Soldier bonus. Panama Canal tolls. Immigration General "labor Army and navy poNciev. Permanent merchant marine policy. Reorganization 'of government de- partments. Budget system. (Civil serribq reform. Strengthening laws. Anti-trust law' reVisiop; Disposition of enemy property selz- ed during the war. 'General reconstruction housing, farmer credits, railroad law revision and coal and packer control. Dr. C. W. Gordon U Favored ia Edmonton Next Moderator EDMONTON, Hirch i.-Thc choice of iM Kdmonton praibyterr lor tko neit moderator or tbo general aiiwmbly, BK made lit it IIIK In the First Presbyterian ntiurth thin-mowing, ti Her. Dr. C. W. Gor- don iltnlph Connor ot Iti'v. II A. Myert. formerly mlnUtcr of WofttniinHttii- tihurcb but now iiBsoolate secretary of Presbyterian Sunday (or the Dominion was nominated to tlio chair of religious t'ducatiuu In Knoi college, Toronto. Forced Lesson In Ownership Faces MLLING MATERIALS Street Railway May Be Left On Their in Courts BOGUS SOLICITOR TO .REGINA JAIL FOR 3 MONTHS MOOSE 'JAW, March George Campbell of Winnipeg, pleaded guilty to 23 charges o[ obtaining money un- der Talse pretences in the police court horo today and was sentenced to three nfonths in Kcginu jail. Accused solic- ited subscriptions for McLean's and other magazines without proper auth- ority as an agent. He admitted oper- ating in the city leolh and' what tin th'tfi macio of I will always remain a mystnry. We knot1 thin work hun done from ancittH Union, but In rocent Uiorii has bcon such an alarm- lnj( increase in carlos of 'the teeth) that Hi'-' pri-volition -of land Ibo repair of carious tenth has j bci'rtmo an important imhjrct lu ieveryone. There am three general classeu of filling plastics, eilicates, and metals. Tlio plastics aro tlio various forms of dental cements anil fjuttu peruha. j The are a form of trans- lut-ent cement that ifi an imitation porcelain. The colors of the teeth can accurately be matched and this ma- j tonal will last well, preserving the i tooth and ;i void ing j urement that would be present if a j metal used in tlie front of the mouth'in a.larse cavity. Tho mot.ils used a? filling mater- ials arc gold, and is principally silver. I Tin and 'platinum were used for t some years but they aro now obso- lete. A metal is used where there is great strain on the filling. Amalgam, which is an alloy of sil- ver made iuto a paste with mercury, Is the most widely used filling in the world. It bus done splendid service and is used in those cavities where appearance is a secondary considera- ion. Cold is considered the most per- manent of the fillings. There are two ways of using gold; one is by mallet- Inji pure foil into tho cavi.'v and making ftllluf In the tooth tlml It l.i to protect, the other way li (u make tho filling ouUHIo mouth from u very wax pattern of tho cavity. 'Thin fif tho most modern method und in uilttd tin inlay. WORTH TO GET tVEN N'OKKOtK, Va.. When ex- Private Samuel Herman, a naleiman, sereml weeks ago a line for publicly thrashing ex-C'aptain U. H. Kink, jr., also a salesman, for alleg- ed mistreatment while btith were sta- lioned at. ('limp Lee, during tho war. he anoontired that "it was worth Captain Fink has now taken htm'at" his word, "but for good meas- ure instituted civil suit to recover JAMES G. .DAVIS IS U. S. SECRETARV OF LABOR FOR HARDING Md.. Mar. X- 1'resident-elect Hurdinit today deflnitoly announced thy (ion of .laniys fl. of to ho JMJCrotary of labor, also Cicorge D. Cliriatiun Key to ho secretary to the prnsi- ilunt. PURE FOOD GERMAN AGAIN IN CHICAGO SCHOOLS Cl I If Also, l-'fb. of classes for the study of the German language In Chicago high schools, abandoned when the United States entered tlio war. has been authorised. U. S. HOUSE ACCEPTS I PROPOSAL FOR ARMY OF MEN NEXT YEAR, WASIIIXCTOX. Mar. I'lllt- j ed States army appropriation bill was I completed today and sent to tbe pres- ident. Tile house accepted the com- promise asreed to by the senate, for an army of men during tbe next fiscal year. MARKETS Saturday BUTCHETERIA WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOR MEATS WHEN YOU CAN GET THE PICK OF THE MAR- KET AT THESE PRICES Choice Veal Roasts; Ib......................20c Choice Roast Beef; Ib................15c to 18c Choice Plate Beef; Ib......................lie Prime Ribs Beef; l.b........................20c Choice Roast Pork; Lard, 3-lb. pail Swift's....................'.80c 500 Ibs. only, Pure Pork and Beef 2 Ibs. for..............................3Sc Choice Creamery Butter; 2 Ibs. COME EARLY TO LETHBRIDGE'S BUSIEST MEAT MARKET. F. BERRIMAN, Proprietor. BUY THEM WHERE YOU GET THE BEST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. FREE. DELIVERY. Flour..................49s, 98s, Sugar 20s, Fresh Eggs, per us, Jams, pure all kinds; per 4 Ib. -tin-.-. Jam, Strawberry and Apple; per 4 Ib, tin... :70c Pork and Beans, Clarks, No. 2 tins; .20c Corn, Quaker Brand, No. 2 tins; 2 for....... 35c Roger's 35c; 5s, 75c Corn Syrup, 5s..........................70c Chum, T. B., Orinoco, and Sena- tor; ............'.................90c Salmon, fine pink; per 1 Ib. tin.............20c Tea, a fine Ceylon; per .50c Peanuts, Extra Special per 20c At this price you can afford to give the kids a treat. Oranges, Extra Special dozen, These are equal to last Saturday's lot. Come early. PALM OLIVE 12 bars We expect a fresh lot of Dairy Butter at, Ib., 40c J. A. JOHNSTON ASSENT TO PROHIBITION BILL OTTAWA. Mar. assent was given in the senate tills afternoon to the bill amending; the Dominion Elections Act in regard to the Ontario prohibition referendum. BAD STRIKES IN ARGENTINE BUENOS A1KES. Mar. trouble is feared at Cordoba, where u general strike which received tho sup- port of the majority of labor unions in the city has besm declared. The federation of labor has issued a mani- festo that workers would takn posses- sion of the legislature if the provincial government attempted to close any labor headquarters. Phone 1314. 426 13th St. North. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BONDS TO YIELD 707 10 WE OFFER CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. BONDS AS FOLLOWS: due 1st July, 1939, at 74.29 yielding 7% due 1st June, 1931, at 81.63 yielding 7% due June, 1941, at 73.00 yielding 7% Interest payable half-yearly. Principal and Interest payable at Lethbridge, Toronto and Montreal. Orders may be telegraphed at our expense. Bell, Gouinlock Co. BONDS FOR INVESTMENT. BANK OF HAMILTON BLDG. TORONTO. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS CASH S. C. Meridew, P. La VALLEY, Auctioneer Owner. Care of Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. AUCTION SALE A. G. HALLAM FARM EQUIPMENT AND HORSES I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF A. G. HALLAM, ON SEC. 4, TP. 10, RG. 20, W. 4TH M. BEING FOUR MILES NORTHWEST OF COALDALE AND 12 MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY MARCH 19th, 1921 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. 1 Gujir-Kcott Tractor, 35 h.p., in good condition; 1 Cage Separ- ator, ill t'nod condition; 1 team Black Mares, 7 yeahf, weight 2600; 1 teiim, Mara and Gelding, 8 years, weight 2900; 1 team Geldings, weighting 2600; 1 Cocksliutt Grain Drill, 10 It.; 1 sliutt S-bottoin; i Ditching Plow; 1 Martin Ditcher; 1 U. G. G. Hay Rake: 1 "Allwork" Kerosene Tractor, 12-15; 1 DeerinR Grain Drill; 1 Mnasey-Hiirrls Grain Drill, 10 foot; 2 Packers. 12 ft.: 1 Gang Plow; 1 Scrnpei'; feet of Lever Harrows; 2 Deering Hinders.-8 (t.; 1 Massey-Hurrls Binder. 8 ft.; 1 McConnlck 2 John Deere Duuble Disc Harrows, 10 ft.; 1 Bunk Car with Range and Mattresses; 11 Bed Springs; 1 Cushman Gasoline Engine, S h.p.; 3 Cushmaii Gasc-Iine Engines. h.p.; 1 Adams Farm Truck: 1 Oil Tank; Harness, Wagons, Oil Drums, Cag Drums, Oil, Greaso, Plow Shares, Forks, etc., etc.: 3 Granaries; 15 head of Hereford Cattle, 3 and 4 year old beef steers MANY SMALL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. TERMS ON ENGINE AND SEPARATOR WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT SALE. BRITISH-CANADIAN TRUST CO., Official Trustee Ettate of A. G. Hallam. PETER La VALLEY, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE FUN EPPMEIT HIT nil EFFECTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF S. C. MERIDEW, ON SEC. 8, TP. 4, R. 23, WEST OF 4TH MERIDIAN LOCATED ABOUT FOUR MILES SOUTH OF SPRING COULEE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP I team of Black Geldings, 7 years, weight 3200 Ibs.; 1 team of Grey Mares, .7 yean, weight 2700 Iba.; 1 Black Mare, 6 years. 1400 Ibs.-, 1 Black Gelding, S years, 1400 Ihs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 7 years, 1300 Iba.; 1 Brown Mare, 0 years, 1200 Ibs.; 1 .Brown Saddle Mare. 9 years; 1 Yearling Colt: 1 Milk Cow; 15 Chickens; 4 seta Heavy Work Harness; 2 Wagons witli Grain Tanks; 2 Hay Racks; 1 New Democrat, 2 seats; 3 Massey-Harris Binders; 1 Deering Binder; 2 John Deem Gang Plows; 1 Deering Mowing Machine; 1 Engine Gang "Verity" Plow, 5 bottom; 1 Saddle; 1 Gasoline Engine, I.H.C., 1V2 h.p.; 1 Cream Separator; S Iron Beds; Table, Book Case, Side Board, Cook Stove, 2 Heaters, Churn, Chairs. Many small articles too numerous to mention. Specials Choice Roasts Veal, Choice Roasts Beef, per Ik, 15c and 18c Choice Shoulders of Lamb, Ib......22c Fresh Beef Hearts, perlb.........Iflc Finest Stewing Mut- ton, perlb...... 15c Prime Roast Beef inning, Ib. ...15c Choice Creamefy Butter, per Ib...60c New Laid Eggs, per Special Tomato Sausage, Ib. Burns' Poultry Food, Ifl-lb. package. Jc The best egg-producer on on the market. ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON, LARL AND BUTTER The Empire's Standard USED FROM COAST TO COAST P.BURNS CO., LTD. DOMINION FISH MARKET HILL BLOCK. PHONE 545. MAIN MARKET 3RD AVE. PHONE 412. DOMINION MARKET HILL BLOCK. PHONE UM. ;