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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta It Tl'KSDAY. MAHCII 5, 1H1.K II IE LKTMBRIDCF. DAILY IfKRALD PACK SKVF.N SETTLE DOWN TO UnuKiial to Assemble on Monday-Election of Speaker FirHt Order Ottawa, Mnr. 5.-Parliament meets �l II a.m.'Monday. March IS. This Ik the first ilmo since confederation that parliament lias boon called to meet on a .Monday. When a new Hpeaker lias 11) ho elected It bus boon customary to summon,parliament for a Wednesday; otherwise the day has boon Thursday. Tho change bus been made to push forward 1 lie work of the. session as rapidly as possible. Tho plan of the gov- firnmohl, it in understood, is to elect l he speaker in tlio morning and in tun oifternnoti lo 1i:ivb thu customary cere-moiilul opening with the speech from the l.htnne. Th� delialu on'tile address in reply to the *poach can then bn proceeded with on Tuesday and practically a full week's work completed by the end of tlx; week. II Is understood that tlio estimates will be tabled an soon iih the debate, on the. address Is concluded. Tlio hoiiHB will then bo able to proceed with the voting of supply without delay. The legislative program nf the government In also well In hand. The more important bills will be Introduced In tlio early days of the session. The hope Ih expressed that the Houston will he concluded bofnre the meeting' of tho Imperial war cabinet !n London in June. lion. K. N. Rhodes, ex-speaker i�f the house, whose re-election has been aa-Bursd by the overseas vote, will be chosen speaker when tho house nieeia. It is not expected that there will ho any objection to his eleetlon for the speakership by the opposition. A deputy speaker to succeed Mr. Ralnvillo, who wrb defeated, will be named after tho conclusion of tha debate on the uddrcuK. T BROWER'S STORE ALBERTA wants 2,000 BOYS FOR FARM WORK Calgary, Mar. >. Knrollinctit of hoys of school i'm- farm work in the pro\iin e of Albert,! will coiiiiniiirii Miircli 17 ,iii(l continue tili March 2 �'>. according to an aiiimiini ement. here today by ('. .\l Wright head of Thr Y. M (' A buys' work ill Canada. I' Jfilli) bow, will lie Alberta. L i.vmi in lii'ed in .j, | Hrother of President of Hoard ! of Trade is Awarded the .-. Croix de (incite J. * * Suborination Charge Against Brower, Arising Out of Knox Case, Now Being Heard I ~--~ ---- _______ I plug suggested that. v. , lo Vancouver after Charles Hrower and his clerk Robert ' ;(| Taber. He v Manning :>re in tho dock in Supreme, j i;,^,]-.' He saw Mr. i', court today on chai/;es arising out of ! v,,. time aftci the. evidence given in the, cane of Rux | >|e registered as to Principal. We can also supply you with Provincial and Municipal Bonds. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STREET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA orning of witness William llowurd being against them. ('. f. I*. Conybeare Is prosecuting for the Crown, and A. B. Hogfc Is defending. On the opening of the ease Mr. Hogg | objected oh >lm ground that there had . boon no preliminary hearing, and that i Rrowor had been arrested without a | watiulil. ! J. Harper Prowse, barrister of Ta- ! ber, was tho first witness, lie said that ' after Knox had shot Howard at. Taber. ' he had asked liini. Air. frowst", to d�- ! fend him. Mr. Prowse had named his j fee and Mr. Knox had asked blin lo ! see lirower In Ijcthbridge. He bad, come to Letlibridge and gone to Brow- ! er, who said he didn't know whether > he would stand hahind Knox in bis trouble. If Mrs. Knox asked him to do so it would be different. As Mr. Prowse was going out (lie door of Brower's shop, the latter said that if it were known that he, lirower. were bb-lillld Knox, it would be in his favor. He also intimated thai It. would be easy to go to the hospital here, where Howard was being treated for the �wound in His jaw. give Howard a tick" et, and everything' would be settled | "nice and peaceful.'' j Cross-examined, witness said Brow- | er knew at the time Sain Saunders j was an eye. witness and that there I were other witnesses. He aaid lie ' wasn't there in Knox's interest, and | Brower knew that. Brower had told J him that if he did take up Knox's case, j he would have his own lawyer defend j bjm. Brower's Advice America Knox, wife of Charles j Knox, the man who did the shooting, was the next witness. She was In the i States at the time of the shooting but i returned about Xovember . Tluw w.imcn of New Vork who reside In the t'oni congressional disiricis in wbhii , ial elections are being held today n alized their dream of year- wio-it f 11v. The letter asked for money to have another operation. He said he knew both Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Knox. He had disc ssed his.evidence in the Knox case after he came out of the hospital. Mrs. Knox and Browor had visited him and asked him lo i come to Brower's house. He went I into a room with them and they talk- j ed about his leaving the country alto- | gether. 'Brower, be said, told him Mrs. i Knox would give him $S0O and more i If he would go immediately to Milwaukee or Detroit and not return. Witness promised. The three of them went to Mr. Bataier's office. Brower said to Mr. Palmer: "This is the man who shot Oharllo Knox. We would like to find out what they could do to him if he went to the States and stayed there till the trial is over." Mr. Palmer had safd they couldn't, do anything in case he left before he was subpoenaed. Vie had been subpoenaed at the time but he didn't know whether Mr. Palmer knew that or not. When they got; back to Brower's after seeing Mr. Palmer, witness said 'he told Mrs. Knox ho wouldn't, take the money, only $-10 Which was for the hospituJ bill. He Got tho Money But. be had got $200 from Mr. Manning two days before going to Taber for the preliminary trial on Nov. 24th. Mr. Browor was there. The money was taken from the safe in Mr. Brower's store. When be got the |200"Mr. Man- awa^La^mmntft mi iBMBf nWHMT MfMM AUCTION SALE of 50 HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON THURSDAY, MARCH 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 pair sorrel geldings, weight about 2700 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about. 2800 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2750 lbs.; 1 pair hay geldings, weigh*about 2600 lbs.; 1 brown maro, 4 years old. weight 1300 lbs.; 1 pair brown mares, weight 2300 lbs.: 1 good saddle horse; 2 saddle ponies; 1 yearling cblt; 3 2-year old colts: 1 team hay geldings, weight about 2500 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2400 lbs.; 1 pair brown geldings, .weight about. 2400 lbs.; ) pair black geldings, weight about 2400 lbs.; 1 pair black geldings, weight about 2450 lbs.; 6 geldings, weight about HO each; above described horses all broken; 10 mares, not broken, fi to S years old. weight about 1100 lbs. each. THIS STOCK WILL BE SOLD AS THE OWNER IS 8HORT OF RANGE. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auotionear I'HK I ]V/l0LINE Universal S "I Tractor t.15Aca^r I AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 9th AT STOCK YARDS, BARONS, ALBERTA at ONE O'CLOCK TWO CARLOADS OF EXTRA GOOD HORSES Ranging fr�m 4 to 6 years old, weights from 1200 tc 1450 pounds. Terms Cash. E. C. PECK, Owner CLOSING OUT SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS At the Owner's Farm, three miles straight east cf Spring Coulee. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-22 head of horses and colts; 1 team bay mares. 7 and 8 years old, weight :I200; 1 black gelding, coming A, weight 1B00; I bay geldings, coming ti, weight 1500; 1 brown gelding, 8 years old, weight 1300; 1 grey gelding. 7 years old, weight 1300; 1 grey mare, years old, weight, 3500; L grey mare, 7 years old, weight ISFiO; 1 team black mures. 7 and 8 years old, weight 2500; ] browi^ mare, 9 years old. weight. 1200; 1 grey team geldings, 8 years old, weight 2C0O; 5 colts coming 2 years and four yearlings; 1, saddle pony, gentle. All mares have been bred to registered Perchcron Stallion, MACHINERY li sets good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 2 gang plows; 2 binders; 2 discs; 2 sets four section harrows;. 1 drill; cultivator; mower; rake; 2 wagons; grain lank ami rack; thresher's water tank and pump; buggy; blacksmith's outfit; and some household furniture. There will be absolutely no resorvo. The owner has sold his farm and is leaving the country. Everything must be sold to the highest bidder. TERMS STRICTLY CASH HAROLD W. BESWICK, COL. A. STITSWORTH, Owner BERT KELLY, Clerk Auctioneer aWssO UNRESERVED Auction Sale OF Registered SCOTCH SHORTHORN HEIFERS & BULLS AT FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE On Wednesday, Mar. 6 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP All pure bred stock. Pedigrees guaranteed. Ages from 10 months to 2 years. FARMERS DON'T MISS THIS SALE. THIS IS ALL SELECTED STOCK. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. PEARCE & SHINE, Owners, Brussels, Ont. ;