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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN' THIS LETHBRTDGK DAILY HERALD Deputy Minister Craig Tells Barons Farmers Better Funning Methods iBy a Slid' Kcponeri BARONS. -Mar. ituoption tendered the Intprproviiiriul Weed special at this point. was cordial. Onr hundred and seventy people attended the lectures wt this point. Touching the t'ulttn? policy to be followed by the farming; industry Deputy Minister II. A. Crnig said that he -was not on? of those who advocat- ed reverting 10 fxchunve rais- ing; ;is this country was too good a jiruiu A Few Livestock What ihe ilfipuly minister uitl ad- vise the Barons' people to do was to put ji 1'cw livestock ot good breeding un every farm. For forage lo feed this stock Mr. Craig reaffirmed his Jidence in fall rye, rape and sunflow- ers. As a means of storing the sun- flowers for ensilage the community hinder and blower was recommended in connection with the trench silo. Ticferriiig to rnpe. a good, succulent food, Mr. t'raig pointed out that it vnuld carry we.Il into the late fall. from S to JO degrees of frost. Prof. Cutler Prof. Cutler of the University, was t-ODTinced that the problem" of soil drifting would, he overcome. "We arc working out H constructive policy for agriculture. are passing through ti period of transition in the -Volution ot agriculture as they did in Kansas, Dakota and other suites. There are temporary methods oi" relief: for soil j drift rtromiiM'ndi'd such us prut Ing i> mulch." Mulching Not i The Timk'li brought forth .1 I small siunu til1 protest. One fartnvr 'lead mil In honlthy, pointed airini; of j Cnvrriimem speakers In tlui, :'i'sL had iiMvist'd tlu- tup mulch hut :i luui proved 10 ti "snare." he euld. hi ivply. Prof. Ontlrr hi1 was not rt'cmitini'mlint; u dust inuloii. lin did siiKKe-st a lumpy lop match.! ouo thai, would a aci'Os j Mlilw to liif moisture. The permanent solution for lii-lfiiiu'.. as viewed hy professor j of mure flbn-, moro J it to itffel i as possible. The j pluntins in' .urdsiies. vyu and other 1'ke v, eventually linns (iihoul ihis I'lid. iiromo grass-1 'was an evct'ptionally good variotr for j ihis purpose, i A quarter million dollars was paidj ,in n-eijUit rhurpfs year for car-; seeds lo the head of the i lali-'s.- I'rof. Hertford, of Winnipeg, i for Of hta wisUr-lnOaw, Mrs. Ada Aiktw. Tlfcrnurt held in the U more dfiffrablr that the aWitil review thy ban come tu prime bajW comntnlcd in handy cubci. In Promote Nutrition The luter evidence which the home secretary, according to the above judgment, has been asked to review, largely concerns the mental condition of the prisoner, for gome period prev- iotlB to the time Ihe murder was com- mitted. a proof of true worth. The reliability of Beecham'a Fills n a aafe, gentle and effective corrective and eliminut has been proven for 70 years. Digestive ditonters often cause impaired health. Biliousness, headache, lost appetite, constipation, and ailments lay be relieved by that reliable family medicine BEEGHAM'S PILLS The London Post Fighting Him Strongly in His Embargo Campaign Unwt S.J. of Any MedkiM in World I CAREFORU.S.NOTE BLUE RIBBON TEA T In comparing BLUE RIBBON with other packet teas, do not compare it with tea offered at the same price. BLUE RIBBON claims to be the best in Canada regardless of price, and a teapot test will make good this claim. I T.OXDOX. .Mar. Tost today's meeting lo consider the cattle j j embargo which will be, attended by Him. Manning Doherty of Ontario, is calculated, to exert an influence upon i the imperial government and compel I Rebel TrOOOS Tiyinjr to Win I them to modify their declared policy. _ _ j "Therefore." the Post declares. OtttS Sent Against j ".Mr. Doherty will associate himself I '.vith political action here, a prooeed- ins so inipropei' that we j cin only suppose that Mr. Doherty has not understood to what he committed." The Post add? that if Mr. Doherty morelv came to England to tell tho people that Canadiiin cattle are free from disease he misht have spared i himself the journey, for this informa- j lion not need hi.s personal eon- j iirniaiion. LONDON1, Mar. Centra1 Xews' correspondent at Helalagfors reports receipt of news of a most character from Petrojrad Rince midnight. Ths advices said many of the residential and business quarters were- in flames. The soviet government, the message continued was dispatching a large I number of troops from Moscow to Tie Daily refers ihis morn- Petrograd to assist in restoring order. Ins to meeting yesterday when i Tho Pstrograd rebels, it waa added, Hon. Bonar received a number i of tho Unionist leaders who, according to ihe Westminstar t'.azette. wanted _______ I PANAMA. Mar. of the identical note sent to Costa Rica und Panama by Charles E. Hughes, United States secretary of state, asking that I hostilities between the two countries cease, produced "a painful impres- sion." said President Porras of Pan- ama, last night. "This impression was caused." said the president, "be- cause he advised us to'withdraw from Coto, which we have recovered from j the Costa Ricans." I The president reiterated his recent statement that the arbitration award In l'J14 by Chief Justice White, was "completely to Pana- ma, adding: "There Is no reason for compelling Panama to accept, hut we will be pleased to secure another op- portunity to discuss our rights." i .Mr. Lav to excommunicate Lord Bea- for his part in tha .Dudley election. There was complete silence rn this matter, the Express declares, because the leader recognized tha-: Lord Beaverbrook'" ff lit for cbeap a and bread bad the support of were planning to accord troops a friendly reception in the Uope of winning them over.'- A wireless message received here from Moscow today says "The leaders or the Petrograd ria- arc Petrlehenko, Vakovlenko and Savohenko. father of Serge Savchen- ico; Captain Burtseff; Engineer Ory- eskin and a former clergyman named Auction Sale THEBt WILL K OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, ON 3RD ST. OS-SATURDAY, MARCH 12TH AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP I carload oJ dairy cows, also a number ot horses; 1 double disc pressed drill, nearly new. Van Brunt make; 2 single discs, one out- throw, one ih-throw; 1 twin plow, Oliver make, 12-inch, nearly new; 1 set of iron harrows: 1 set of 4-section lever harrows; 1 Bulldog fanning mill; 1 second-hand binder; 4 harrow carts. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. The Spurs liave a chance to win the Cup, and you also have an excellent chance to win one of the prizes in The Herald Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to Constipation is quickly relieved t> Mtmtj b; MM Or CKau'i KidMy- Lntr PiMt DM pill a toM. Chases The iuregoiug dispatch, showing tlie existence of the revolt in Petro- srad, comes from oBcial soviet sources, the Moscow wireless service. I being conducted by the Russian soviet authorities. This official statement ]that a revolt actually had occurred, I follows closely recent declarations from highest Russian authorities that no uprising existed In.Petrograd. In Siberia Too TOKYO, T'.-r-According to travellers from Chita, seat o( the Dol- suevlk far eastern republic of Sib- I eria, an anti-soviet movement has lie.cn started by troops and peasants in tlie interior of tha.t republic, says a dispatch tn the Jiji Shimpu from Vladivostok todav. I DANDERINE i PREMIER HUGHES OK i AUSTRALIA MAY BE DEFEATED AT POLLS Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. with a First Prize of 1 5G.QO Get In The Game! fr j I.UXDON-. Aiar. As- sociated Daily Mail I li.ihes a dispalcli from its Sydney cor- respondent saying that it is possible 'that Premier Hughes of Australia, fmay find himself out of office on his i arrival here t'or tlie imperial confer- ence in Juno, as public.feeling in the i commonwealth la goiug strotifly j against his sovernment and especiai- I Jy agaiiiBt Jir. Hughes personally who 1 is likely to bo defeated by Andrew Fisher, the retiring high commission- er to r.reat Britain. No, definite an- nouncement has yet been matio as to the appointment of a successor to Mr. l-'isher ami the Hail's correspondent says it is believed that Premier Hugh- es is reserving the position for him- self. Very Itchy nA Burned Troubled Sa Wecb. "Our dvughter'v cuoe out 14 ruh thtt we wac told wu eactnt. Her clMek9 got acre mnd the nbbed inglon ot Bleep. The bremkingout vory itchy und bvnxd ID had (lovei 00 her to keep her from wrftchUf. "Tbli trouble laittd tbaot Ki weeks before I Cutkolt, 1 ned one Inrgp box of Cuticun Ollitnupt with two cakes of Cutieura Voap when healed." H. States, Btenhelni Kd.S Ont. Cutieura Soap, Ointment and Tel. cum are ideal for dally toitat ince. AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT LEJHBRIDGE AT THE BREWERY BARN (One Block Weit) Next Wei Afternoon, 2 o'clock Sharp I matched team black maws. 5 years old, weight 3000; I bay geld- ing, S yearn old, weight 1500; 1 grey gelding, 6 years old, weight 1-130: 1 roan mare, 6 years old, weight 1300; 1 sorrsl gelding. 6 years old, weight 1400; L sorrel gelding, 6 years old, weight 1300; 1 brown geld- ing, 6 years old, weight 1250; 1 grey mare, S years old, weight 1UOO; 1 brown mare, 9 years old, -weight 1300; 1 hay gelding, 8 years old. weight 1300; 1 black gelding, 6 years old, weight 1250; 1 bay mare, years old. weight 1250. 1 wide-gauge lumber wagon. steel skein; 1 new 3% wagon, cast lumber wagon, wide gauge; 2 lumber wagons, 4 sets of heavy team harness, britchen; 10 horse collars and sweat, pads, 3 icoop shovels. large extension oak dining table; 1 oak dresser: 1 oak eoraode; 1 bed spring and mattress complete; 1 improved seaai- Htrcsa sewing machine: 1 large oak rocker; 1 rest chair; 1 cane bot- tom chair; 1 folding cot crib and mattress; 1 smoking cabinet; 1 centre table- IJardiuiere stand; 1 large brass jardiniere; 1 Karn piano, in good condition: 1 mandolin, as good as new; 1 silver set ot breakfast cruet set; number of 1-q.uart sealers; number of dishes; 1 wash boiler. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer consUpiitcd, hcad- 1 achy, lull (old. unal-rung. Your nicials don't Is bail. f.kin i Tyke urn1 or t.'.vo to- ril.-ht I'r.r ---fnir livi.r hnWfU up and cheorfiil. Xo j no Children Invi" too. JO, TjO CUlHs. NEW CONGRESS IS CALLED TUES.BAV, IN WASHINGTON Rely on Cuticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles "iVAKillXdTd.v. Mur. lirs.t cabinet miii'i.int; in1 tho new United Statds was Called to- jday for 11 oVluck tomorrow. j Ylcr-prosidunt l.'oolidge was a.skcd i to iittcnd. Legislative will bo discuss- oil by ('resident Hardins with licpuh- lican lenders at a din- ner tonight a i. tlie White House. H was .said Hip cabinet MeKnion would be of a general character and that the president wouJu' take up In particular tlie tpieitlon of relations with niea and I'anama and the program t'or tliu ajwclal acnlon rCZEMAlU you Dr. Chatm'i Oiiit- for ao4 Jrrlii- lloiu. H n'H'jvefl at oncfl tnd prjylu- Uui hkin. Samplo box {Jr. C'hasr'M Oiulinent frne ff you mention t'uii and .iL-ritl 2c. .itirap for box: clldnulprn ur liamanson, Bates A CD., Toronto. Smoke SoIJ AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON EAST HALF OF 2S-9-19, SIX MILES N.E. OF COALDALE AND FOUR MILES WEST OF CHIN ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH, 1921 COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK. FRANK WADD1NGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE Brown Marea, il years old, HOD Ibs. each; one Brofn 7 years old, about HOO lus.: one Bay Mare. 7 yeara old, about 1350 one Colt, coining two years old: nine head of Cattle, including good MILK COWS, Yearlings and Calves; also two Brooil Sows and a few dozen Chickens. FARM 12.20 EMMERSON TRACTOR, in first-class running order, having .lust, been overhauled; OHT sut of 10 Engine Double DJBCB; orte ;j-bottom Engine Cans, breaker and stubble bottoms; .Hearing Drill, good Wagon, MeCormir.k Hinder, FanninR Mill, Grindstone, Mower, Rake, Lover Harrow, Walklnff Plow-, one DcLaval Cream Separator; also two sets nf Double Work Harness. HOUSEHOLD splendid PIANOFOflTE, AmnricHn in Al nnlor; Mining Tln'cc- I'arlor Set. Oak DreKKor, Asmiiistor Hug. Coal Oil Stove otc. SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK. Terms of Sale: aitd mider over Jl'.V'fO oiiu-IVnu fh casli, fmlalicd by approved notes due Xovumlier 1st next. Kiylil. poi' c-Pnt. (liKCOllllt for cash on accoi'.nlK river i'ailms credit must be pi'cparcd to givi; ali.solntely linkable security. W. H. Owner.. g. B. JUDSON, Clerk. Auctioneer's 770 and 469, Ltthbridge. ;