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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'UKSDAY. MARCH 5, 19IH THE LETIIBniDGR DAILY HEBALD PAGE SEVEN Unusual to.Assemble on Mon-(iHy--Election of Speaker First Order Ottn�\'�, .Vfar'. 6.-Parliament nioets Hi 11 ^Monday. Mat'cii 18. This IH tlie ih'�t timo H(ncu con(edorBtloii that parliament bag boau unlled to meat on a Monday. VVhan a new Hpealcer Uai to bo ojected It has beun cimtomarytp �ummon.parllamonl for a VVeilneHday; otherwlBO, tli^ d(iy lias beoii Thursday. Tho change.haB been mudo to push forward tiie work of tlio sossloti oa raii-Idly as poiblble. The pluii ot the gov- ernmuht, it in underitood, is to elect the Hpimlter In tbe mornldg in the aifternoon to Imv* the customary cere-monl�l opening with Iht �paech from the throne, The debate on'tbe addreHR in reply to the speech ti^nllieu bo proceeded with on Titeniiay and practically a full weeli'i* wArk completed by the end of the week. It Is iindorstood that tho eHttmaten ^vlil be tabled an aoon iiH t)ie debate on the addregii i� concluded, The hniiBe will then be able to proceed with tlie votttiB ut ntippty without delky. The leslRlatlve prmram of the government in h1�o well l� hand. Tho more Important bHln Wilt be Introduced in. tho early day* of the eei-glon. The hope tg ezprfiifd ttiat the �eiilon will bo concluded before the meetine of the inipsrl�l war cabinet In London hi .Tune. , Hon. B. N. Hhode*, e�-�p�aker bt the houae, whose re-alMthm baa been a� aured by the oversM^ vote, will be (ilioien speaker when t^e hou�e aieeta. }l is not expected that there will bo any objection to hi� election for the Bpeakorahip by the oppoRiUep. A dep uty Mpeakar to succeed Mr. Rainvillo, who waB dofouted, will be named after tho conclUBloii �t tUe debate on the uddreiB. BROWER'S STORE Suborination Charge Against Brower, Arising Out of Knox Case, Now Being Heard HOG t'RODUCTION It is./i (matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACbN HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. �{. iyprk'fer the sake of production. Look youi;; maohjne over today,' order tbmerrow. Every 24 hours of time means a loss of 20 butholt �f f^raTn. C. CHRISTENSON Mccormick aoent, magrath FOR SALE A NUMBER OF Clydesdales and Shorthorn Bulls CLYDESDALES-AH Canadian bred from imported �tOsk and are bred rlfht. f . 1;:: �,  Also good Grade' SUIIiona from well brod.maros and imported sires, � , . ' ,, BULL,$-A few Siiorthor'n Bulls bred in AlberU. ^' Alto a number of Grade Marto'ln foal and a number of o�ldlngs. FOR FULL PARTICULARS and PRibES CALL ON OR WRITE V " TO ' .\ David Cargilly Proprietor ' PAKOWKI P. O. . Charles Brower and UIr clerk riobort Manning pro In ilie (look (n Supremo vourt today on charRcs urUInK out ot the cvideniio given In tho case of Rox V8 (Jharles Knox, attempted murder, two oounls wlilcli amount to the aub-ornlng ot wllness William Howi\rd bu-ing ugulnnt them. ('. lB the next witness. He identilled the letter as one ho had sent from ib^ general tioapltal, in Vancouver where he was, having "an operation on Jaw, The letter asked for money have another operation. Ho said knew both Mrs. Howard and Mrs\ Knox. He h'ad discussed hls.ev'ldence In tho Knox case after ho came out of the hospital. Mrs, Knox and Bfowor had visited, him and, asked him to come to Brower's house. He went Into a room wlUi them and they talked about his leaving the country altogether. Brower, he 8iild,"toUl him Mrs; Knox would give him |300 and more It he would go Immediately to Mll>>au-kee or Detroit Mid not return. Witness, promised.' The three ot them went to Mr. Palmer's otflce. Brower 'said to Mr. Palmer: "This .'is the nuia who shot C^taarllo Knox. We would like'to find out what tliey could do to Mm it be went to the States and stfiTyed there till the trial la over." Mr. Palmer bail said tbey couldn't do anything lu cat^ he left before he was subpoenaed, lio had been subpoenaed at the tlm� but he didn't know whether Mr, Palmer knew- that or not. When they (ai4iad|{ to Brower's after seeing Mr. Palmer, W'Uheas aald'he told Mri|. Knox'he wouldn't take the money, only |40 Vhlch Tvjis for the hosptttil bill. Ha dot th�&Ma'ney ' But he bad got >�00 from Mr.,Manning two days before going to Taber tor the preUmlnWry trial on Nor. a4th. Mr.'Brnwor was there. The imoney \(w taken ifrom tho �afe In Mr. Brower'A store. 'When he got tlie f800'Mr, Mun- nlug suggested that wlino.s.s was going to. Vancouver after ilu' pri^llmlnary trial at Taber, Ho wen: to Vanc.ouv way and would try to get the mrini.-y from the Knox's, TJrorts-oxamljied, wiini'.-^s snid he had Intended going to Vumonvc'V beforis ho was shot, and he had nv.ulf no secret about going. Ho was .nill undorgolng cross-examination at !L' orinrk. Tho exact nature of iht; rhargos against t'liarles Brown- and llobert Manning now being lunnil in Supreme ..lotirt follows: For that the said ; harles Rrownr and Robert Jlnnning, ui Lpthbrldge on or about the S2nd d.iy (,i .Vovember, 1817, did by bribes ur\ agaiiiMt one Charles A. U. Knox, uml, At r.othbrldge, aforesaid, on- or about tho 22nd day of Niivumber, 1!)17. did wilfully attempt tu obstruct thp course ot Justice by conspiring to cause one William Howard, a necessary witness, in a certain ^'ritninal in this court against one ("harles A. D. Knox to absent himself from tlie province. his to he Sergt. William C. Marnur.h. ot l,�th-lirldge, hiis boet awnnlod ihB CroU de Querro, tt French deconitlon. "for c.onr-ago and devotion to duty," adding ()n(; more to the increasing list of local men who Imvo been dororaliiU at the front. As read out In orders on Febrn ury 7th, Sorgt. Murnocb wat, awarded the Croix Ud (luerro "for cnuraK'- and dovollon to duty. Hu kept his K'lns In action linder heavy shell flrf, involving work at all hours of the day and night. His courage and djivotlon to duty were an example to all ranks," .Sorgt. Mnrnoch Jolnrid a.s a prlvain when the llOth battery was rflcrullcd ? 700 > > : ; : : LIVES LOST .Shanghai. Mar. .'),-At linisi 711(1 lives were lost in tliu iHah^-tei' at the Hongkong .locl;i>.v ilub track at Happy Valley liiaf week, when a stand occupied by f' collapsed. and then caught fire. .Many vhaired hi>il-les have been removed from llic nilns, ? > > ? : hern, and left for the front In Kebni-1 ary, IMIU, having been slncH prnnioted ! to the rank of aergcanl, lie in u mem-] her of the firm of ,1. and \V, Jlariioili. ; building contractors of the city and 1' 1 a brother of .lohii Slarnocli and Prmi dent iMarnoch of the Board of Tnirlc. iSEOALE MINERS SliLL ON STRIKE CaJQ.-iry,, 5,-Acoordino to a cJi.'ipatch from DrumhellBr, employees of the Roscdnle mip.o v/ho suijck ycBtcrday following a dispute between tho management and n teamster, are still out. r. E. Harrison, assistant director of coal operations is tryinfl to adjust the matter in the absence of the director, W, H, Armstrong, who is at present in Vancouver. WOMEN VOTE FOR FIRST TIME .Vftw Vork, .Mareh '>. Tlio.ic wojiieii of New Vork who rosldn In the four congre.s.slonal districts In which special elections arf? being hohl today re-allzed their drc.avn of year� wlien ihcy cast their first votes. FIREiMAN WAS KILLED .M.liotlrtlnrd, I!. ('.. Man^li o.-Pluilg-inn (I.Twn ;i f()."iy iDof ijinbankmcnt vcitonliiy aii'-rMonn tlie regular pass-eiiRi-r iraiii im ilie .N'orthorn Parlfli'. Kiiilwa.s niiUiiiiK lietuctm Vancouver and Seattle was wrecked a mile and a hair south or lliis place. Thn fireman, J. K. Ihiinplu'p.v.-;, diud later in llic Siinias HoHiiital, SEVIGNY STILL A CABINET MEMBER Ottawa, Mar. 6.-Hon. Albert Sevlgny, minister- of inland revenue, whose resignation. It has been announced, Is in the hands of the government, arrived In the capital from Qviebec this morning. It c�in be authoritatively stated that Mr. Sevlgny Is still a minister, tils resignation not having yet been accepted. The matter of cabinet reorganization necessitated by the defeat ot Mr. Sevlgny and Hon. P. E. Blondin wl)l, it is said, engage the Immediate attention of the premier and a definite announce-, ment ma^ be made before parliament meets on March 18. The unusual penetrating power o( Zam-B�k easblc*it to reach the seat ot the trouble, ending the pain, removing the stiffness and redliclag the swelling. At the same time Zam-Buk strengthens tho ttasuet, mnklag them better able to resist cold and dampness. JMIsa Agnes Hall of Ranelagh, Ont., writes: "I had rheutnativm in my ban A so badly that at times I was unable to use them. They were badly swollen and ached terribly. A friend recommended Zam>Bnk and I began rubbing It in regularly at nights. The pain W'as SQon relieved, and perseverance resulted la a complete cure." At the front, too, the men say there is, nothing like Zam-Buk. for rheumatism. Corp. J. C. Frcmlin of th4 Idth Field Ambulance larritcai: "Zam,-.lolin K. Redmond, leader of the Irish party In the house of commons, who underwent an operation last Saturday, did not htive a very good day yesterday, but last night he was resting easier. 50 HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON THURSDAY, MARCH 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP l.pair sorrel geldings, weight,about 2700 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about.-2800,lbB.; l.pair. bay geldings,, weight about 2750 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, welghS^ibout 2400 lbs.;'1 brown'marp, 4 years old, weight 1300 lbs.; Ijpalr.brown inarms, yir^lght 2300 lbs,; 1 good saddle horse; 2 saddle pontes; 1 yearling obit; 3 2-year old colts; 1 team bay geldings, weight about 2500 lbs,; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2400 lbs,; 1 pair brpwn geldings, .weight about 2400 lbs,; 1 pair black geUllngs, weight about 2400 lbs.; 1 pair blacit geldings, weight about 2450 lbs.; 6 geldings, weight about 110 each; above described horses all broken; 10 mares, not broken, fi to 8 years old, weight about 1100 lbs. each. THIS STOCK WILL BE SOLO AS THE OWNCft IS SHORT OF RANGE. TERMS CASH. J, a; SMITH, Auctioneer OLlNEUniver Tractor TRACTOR ' sail TRACTOR J AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 9th AT STOCK YARDS, BARONS, ALBERTA AT ONE O'CLOCK TWO CAI^LOADS OF EXTRA GOOD Ranging frosm 4 to 6 years old, wcighti from 1200 toHSOpoM. Terms Cash. . J, C. PECK, Owner CLOSING OUT SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS At the Owner's Farm, three miles straight east of Spring Coulee. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12th At ONE O'CLOCK SHAflP HORSES-22 head ot horses and colts; 1 team bay mares, 7 and Syear.t old, weight 3200; 1 black gelding, coming 4, weight ISOO; i bay geWInga, coralng 6. wolght 1500; 1 brown gelding, 8 years old, weight 1300; 1 grey gelding, 7 years old, freight 1300; 1 grey mare, 9 years old, weight 1500; 1 grey luare, 7 yeara old, weight 1860; 1 team'black mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2500; 1 brown mare, 9 years old, weight 1200; 1 gi-ey team geldings, S y�|irH old, weight 2C0O.;.'6 colts coming 2 years and tour yearlings; \ saddle pony, gentle.. All mares have been bred to registered Percheron Stallion,  ! MACHINERY 5 sets good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 2 gang plows; 3 binders; 2 discs; 2 sets four section hnrrc.w8;\l drill; cultivator; mower; rake; 2 wagouu; grain tank and rack; thresher's water tank and pump; buggy; blacksmith's outtit; and some houaeiiold furniture. There will be absolutely no resorvo. The owner has sold his farm and is leaving the country. Kverythiug must be sold to the highest bidder. TERMS STRICTLY CASH HAROLD W. BESW.ICk, COL. A. STITSWORTH, Owner t ^ BERT KELLY, Clerk Auctioneer UNRESERVED Auction Sale of Registered SHORTHORN HEIFERS & BULLS AT FARMERS' FEED BAIIN,.UTHBRIDGE On Wednesday, Mar. 6 AT ONIf O'CLOCK SHARP, . ' All puro bred stock, Podigraeu guaranteed. Agea from 10;months to 2 years. FARMERS DON^T MISS THIS SALE. '� STOCK. THIS IS ALL SELeC.TEd iVK', TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auction^ltr. PEARCE 4L SHINE, Owneri,  L BruaMli, OnU 1 f ;t / ;