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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WhONESUAY. MAHCH THfci LUTHBKIlXiki DAILY ti PAQE COST OF RAILWAY OPERATION IS HINDERING CANADA'S DEVEBPMENl Hon. Dr. Reid In House McAdoo Award For Many Troubles OTTAWA, March Interest hcen aroui- wi by thfl statement i..ude. in the louse of commons last iilxbt by Dr. minister of railways anil can- als, on the effect of the high cost of railway operations on development In Canada. Officially, Flansard rpportn country will Dot be on count of tnortncui of opera- tion ot I: the CAM tt present time." SHOT GIRL DYING IN SUICIDE ATTEMPT, MAN IS ACQUITTED BRUSSELS, Feb. Tho queitlon whether one person Is guilty of a crime hi hastening the Dr. Reid as having declared that the j death of another who Is suffering from cost of railway operations Is "hinder-1 a mortal wound has been decided in Ing or preventing tlio future develop-1 the negative here In the case of t of our that the devel- opment of. Canada and the "United married man who shot and killed a girl who had attempted to commit aul- Statcii has boen hindered by the THc- clde. His plea was that ahe was dy- Acloo award and that "some action hfi Allied her rather than mint he taken." to watch her suffer. He was The nftVial text of Dr.1 Reid's rs- j hut acquitted of the charge of murder by the Brabant Court of Assizes. The man in the case was Jerome Hermans, 32 years old and the girl was Coline Va'ndyck, aged 18. They PLEASING FAREWELL TO MAURATH BANKER MAURATH, Mar. Hend- erson, former accountant at the Hank of .Montreal here, and now nmimcer of bank at Raymond, was lumlur- ed a pleasing farewell at tbo Presby- terian church last Sunday following the regular service. Ilev. Mr. Uarrclt, on behalf of the board of managers. presented Mr. Henderson with a hand- gome genuine leather club bag. For some time he- has acted us socretury- treasuror of tho board in which ca- pacity he has done excellent work. follows: "The t'onl of 'operating railways, not only in Panatla. but in tho U. 9. has tromendouslv in the last _ two or three years that, in my judg- had a love affair and the attempt at mont. it hindering or preventing the future development of our country and unless somo means are taken to de- crease, the cost of operation of our the development of our country will continue to be hindered. The development of this country and tho United States has been by what is called the McAdoo award in fixing the wages of railway employ- ees. Some action must be taken and 1 think the railway employees them- selves phouia .look ia'P this matter and endeavor to adjust matters In such a way that I he future of this 'FORESIGHT' always waj better than hindsight Those who take SGOTTS EMULSION regularly exercite A.. foresight that pays large dividends ITW in robuatneu. Scott ft Rowne. Toronto. Op'.. suicide resulted. The shooting occur- red in the Bois do Cambre, Brussels' largest public park. "Coline ran 'from the path Into ft said Hermajis. "I heard a and ran after her. hid shot herself in the temple but was still alive. I could not see her suffer and I took her revolver and shot ber In the neck. Then she was still, and I shot myself." Hermans recovered from his woand and was in prison for eight months until acquitted. Medical testimony given at the trial was to the effect that the girl's suicidal wound ultimate- ly would have been fatal. Jwhen your back I try BAUME BENGUE for quick ftiul lure MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative WAR BETWEEN U.S. AND G.B. IMPOSSIBLE U Optnion, of Admiral Hnz of U. S. M Navy Matters NEW YORK, United Statet nary equal to the navlas of any other two world wai ad- vocated ai the (narantM at world by Rur Admiral Km. commander of third naval tit- trlct, at a dinner given hen lilt night. "A war between Britain and the United Statei It Inconceivable." he Bald. "They an bound tofether by ties of blood and language, of lawi, and of history of literature. It would be a blow such as our civilisation has never received." A Japanese Opinion :TOKYO. Mar. United States must be willing 'to make 'some sacri- fice in behalf of the principle of dis- armament advocated by President Harding in his inaugural ipsecli, de- clares the militarist Kokumln Shim- bun, In commenting on Mr. Harding's acldres'a. "Otherwise no power would accept his continues the news- paper. "-Disarmament must be mu- tual, and no country caring for peace will oppose it." Other newspapers commented more _ on the controversy regarding the Isl- i and of Yap than on Mr. Harding's In- auguration. It appears to con- sensus of opinion that Japan should insist upon the mandate given her, but should make some.concession regard- ing cable communication. Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California on the package, then you are sure your rhild is having the best and moit harmless physic for the little biomacll, Mer and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on eaoh botlle. You must say Advertisement. ASPIRIN "Bayer" is only Genuine flrning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you not netting genuine Aspirin at 'all. In every ..Bayer package are direction? for CoIdH, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheu- matism, Earache, Toothache, Lumba- go and for Pain. Handy Un boxes of twelve tablets coat few cents. Drug- gists also tell larger packages. Made in Canada. Aspirin U the trade mark (registered in ot Bayer Manufacture ot Monoacettcacidester of EMPLOYERS PROTEST 60 CENTS HOUR FOR UNSKILED LABORERS TORONTO, Mar. tives of the Canadian Manufacturers' association, Toronto board of trade and the bulldera' exchange at a con- ference here yesterday afternoon with the hoard of control and labor representative! on the question of the city paying aizty cents an hour for unskilled labor in all civic contracts, has been proposed, strongly pro- tested against such a minimum wage. This, they urged, would have its re- flection upon in every industry at a time when they were finding it difficult to meet competition from out- side points and other countries. Be- sides, the manufacturers claimed that the big pay for laborers would draw men from the rural sections, where they were needed. AUSTKIA MUST FULFIL TREATY OF ST. GERMAIN AS TO REPARATIONS VIENNA, March notice lhat it would be required to fulfil the livestock provisions of the treaty o! St. Germain was served upon the Aus- trian government by tile reparations commission today. This Involves the delivery to Ifafy, Jugo-Slavla and unia of head of cattle, includ- ing six thousand milch cows. The'British representatives on the reparations body had opposed prev- ious attempts by the Interested nat- ions to secure such action. The ground of the opposition wai that the requirement vas unfair t: the coun- tries which are supplying Austria with quantities' of milk and fats, and that the nations to which the cattle would EO did not actutlly need the stock de- manded. NEEDLE WORK EM IN N.V. ON NEW YORK, Mar. ly worker! In ralmi and chil- dren dreis factories wnt on strike today, It at the hud- quarten of Inttnmtlontl union, where It was claimed that the Indus- try In Greater New York was prac- tied Member of Meat Fed- eration in Old Country Says it Will Reduce Prices LONDON, Mar. As- sociated interest has been given to the controversy over the British ombargo on Canadian cat- tle by a statement issued by the Meat Traders' Federation which is urging the removal of the embargo, that onu of its members has offered to place 20.000 pounds sterling at the disposal of the ministry of agriculture for any purpose in its discretion if the re- moval fails to reduce the price of meat by six pence within six months. Despite this challenge the confer- ence of the central chamber of agri- culture today decided to oppose any relaxation of the restrictions on the importation of livestock. Lord Crewe, who addressed the con- ference, said he doubted the sanity of those who predicted that the re- moval of the embargo would reduce the price of meats by six pence. It was interesting, he added, to note that complete unanimity on the ques- tion did not exist even in Canada. NEW U. S. TREASURER IS URGING ECONOMY WASHINGTON, March ary Mellon of the treasury, in his first official statement made public last night in the form of a letter to bank- ers, appealed to "the people general- ly." to stand for rigid economy in gov- ernment expenditures and urged the Im- mediate establishment of national bud- fet systems. "The people generally must become more interested in saving the govern- ment's 'money than in spending it A thoroughgoing national budget sys- tem must be established and the gov- ernment expenses brought into rela- tion to iti he said. Opening of Lofcwlature Heart; Speech1 FrtNii Throne to This Effect HAUKAX. Mar. looking to the adding to UIR source of nsvetujL1 of llm province, the fur- ther extension of thn public he.'iltli program and mothers' pensions. forecast in the speech from the On-one, opening the first session of tho thirty-seventh general assembly of Scotia tliia afternoon. The cur- tailment 'production in tho coal, iron ami steel iii'lustrius was referred to. and the hope expressed that with wise counsel and full and frank un- derfistiiiiding of prevailing conditions with n friendly spirit of co-op- eration between tlifi employer and employee, any difficuFly incident to the general industrial situation would be surmounted. Announcement was made that the SOUth anniversary of the granting of the charter of Nova Scotia to Sir William Alexander by King James the first, occurring this year, would be fittingly celebrated at Annapolis Royal, the ancient capital of the province. Hon. Robert Irwiu was -re-elected speaker for the fourth consecutive time. HAS NO PAIN NOW What Lydia Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Did for Mrs. Peatey of London. SEPARATE TRIALS IN WOODSTOCK MURDER WOODSTOCK. Out.. March big Burpriae was sprung this morning when Mr. Nesbitt, counsel for the de- fense, announced that Denton and Norman Qarfield charged with mur- dering Ben Johnaton on January 20, Would have separate trials. Thia course, he said, was nut suggested by -him, but by the crown. At 7 o'clock this morning people were crowding and striving to gain admittance to the court house. The room was jammed b'y S o'clock and 'at 9 o'clock hun- dreds stood in the lobbies. London, Ont. suffered with per- iodic ptins, W89 weak and run down, could not eat and had The worst lymptoms were dragging down pains so bad 1 sometimes thought 1 would crazy and I seemed _ to be 1 was in this condition for two or years and could not seem to work. I tried all kinds of remedies and had been treated by physicians, but received no benefit. I found one of your booklets and felt inclined to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I. received the best results from it, and now I keep house and go out to work and am like a new woman. I have rec- ommended -your Vegetable Compound to rny friends, and if these facts will help some poor woman use them as you J. F. PEASEV, 200 Rec- tory Street, London Ont. The reason women write letters to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. and tell their friends how they are helped is that Lydia E. Pinkham'sVege- table Compound has brought health and happiness into their lives. Frwd from their illness they want to the good news along to other suffering: women that they also may be relieved. If there are any complications you do not understand write to Lvdia E, Pink- hsm Medicine Co.. Lynn, Masft. GERMAN SUGAR BEET SEED FOR STATES GALVESTOiV, Texas, Mar, first consignment of German sugar beet seed to be receiver! here since the outbreak of the war reached hero today aboard the United States steam- er Westlantl from Hamburg and Bre- men. 'Tho Westlaml also brought hops, toys, skulls'and tusks, together with 500 rolls of print paper. CUTS AND BURNS Heal Healthily When You Apply "ABSORBINE JR." Infection won't creep in, pus won't form or proud flesh cause compli- cations, if you bathe the wound witk "ABSORBINE JR." This home powerful in its destruction to germs yet so tooth- ing and lealing to the the bleeding and eases the pain. "ABSORBINE bt put into an open wound with the that it will both cleanse and heal. It is equally good for treating Boils, bores, Carbuncles, Ulce-s, Felons and Run-around. "ABSORBINE JR." arrests tion, cleanses the sore, destroys pus and starts rapid and healthy healing. S1.25 a most "druggists or sent postpaid by W. F. YouMO, INC., Lyman Building, Montreal. at KAISER BRONCHITIS WHILE Thousands Liberated Whmt! TOU not heard the joy- 'i fol tidings? Bronchitis has been ex- right out of And Canadians liberated from the boadage of this disease. Ever; trace of bronchial trouble is blown tc 'atomi 07 the world's moat effective disease-destroyer, Buekler's Bronchi- tia llixture. No wonder people lire rejoicing! No longer do they dread the effects at eougha, eolda, asthma, and ao anxioua are they that should benefit also, hundreda letters have been written Uf the merits of this wonderful mir- aculous nmedy. Here is one To "Whom it may Concern: "This is to certify that I had been suffering for gver three weeks with bronchitis waa advised to'try Buckley'a Bronfthitis Mixture. I .purchased a bottle and after the third dose I re. wived relief, and before tho bottle finished, I was perfectly well. In making the above anertion I have heaitation in saying it ia the best remedy -I. ever came in contact with for heavy eolda and Mrs. H. 'Harding, Uuat- leaa Braah Co., Toronto. The original of this testimonial may be leen.at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual Bt, Toronto. Thia mirturc, proven ia thonaandi of Canadian will give you sure relief. It cannot lAil. Seventy-fire cents is the price that stands between yon and the road to health. Take no bottle with the "Satisfaction cuuvnteed, or money lik your drcggist. 19 SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY STOKES DRUG CO. THE STOMACH ON A STRIKE "Pape s Diapepsin" puts Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomachs in order at once! Wonder what upeet yonr stomach portion of the food did the you? don't bother. !f your stomach ia in a revolt; if sick, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented and turned iour; head dizzy aud aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undigested eat a tablet or two of Pane's Diapepsin to help neutraliie acidity and In five minutes you won- derwbat became at the indigestion and distress. If your stomach doesn't take caro of your liberal limit1 without rebellion; If your food In a damage instead of a help, remember tho quickest, surest, harmless antacid Is Pape's Dia- pepiln, which noun to little at drug BAILIFFS SALE ADJOURNED FROM FEBRUARY ZSTH, 1921. Under of a Chattel Mortgage given by ALFRED .DUFFY to WILLIAM HYSSOP.ant! to nre directed against the goods and chattels of Alfred Duffy named in the said" Chattel Mortgage, I have seized-the following goods, namely: RUMLEY ENGINE RUSSELL SEPARATOR RUMLEY SEPARATOR PACKER 'WHICH I SHALL EXP9SE FOR SALE On Friday, the llth Day of March, 1921 At Corner 8th Ave. and 7th St. South, Lethbridge AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M. Dated Lethbridge, Alberta, Feb. 25, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Auction Sale i THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, ON 3RD ST. ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1M AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP 1 carload of dairy cows, also a number of horses: I double disc pressed drill, nearly new-, Van Brunt make; 3 single discs, one out- throw, one in-throw: 1 twin plow. Oliver make. 12-inch, nearly new; 1 Bet of iron set of 4-sectioh lovef harrows; r bulldog tannins mill; 1 second-hand binder; 4 harrow carts. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE FIRM fpmEIT and HEW EFFECTS THERE WILL. BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC.AUCTION AT THE FARM OF S. C. MERIDEW, ON SEC. S, TP. 4, R. 23, WEST OF 4TH MERIDIAN LOCATED ABOUT FOUR MILES SOUTH OF SPUING COULEE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 1 team of Jilack Cieidinga. 7 years, weight 3200 Ibs.; 1 team of Orev Hares, 7 years, weight 2700 Ihs.: Hlnc'k Mare. G years. 1JOO ibs.: I Black Gelding, S MOD Ihs.; I Hay fielding. 7 rtin) 1 Marc. !2'in <-....1.11- 1 ril-.iwn i.ii.u., i V2 ii-1'-, i nfiparaior; .1 mm JUIJIB, Case. Side Board, Cook Z Heaters, Churn, Chairs.- Many small articlea too numerous to mention. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS CASH S. C. Meridew, P. La VALLEY, Auctioneer Owner. of Dowsley Land. Agency, Lethbrtdflc. AUCTION SALE OF COWS WATCH FOR BILLS FOR FRIDAYrMARCH 18 On the old dairy ranch of Lloyd A Divine, two mllgi touth Bf jail. aoutheait of L ethbridge. About 30 Head of Choice Selected Dairy Cowi which will be offered for sale and sold with a large amount of implements. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. T. B. IOWUIY. ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF W. J. LUST, COAL- DALE, I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PERSONAL PROPERTY ON NORTHWEST QR. SEC. 8, TWP. 9, RGE. THREE MILES EAST OF COALOADLE, AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. SHARP. ON THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH TWENTY-FIVE HEAD OF HORSES 1 Brciwn Mare. !bs.. 10 years; 1 Black Mare, 1500 Ibs., 10 years; 1 Bay Gelding, 1500 Ibs.. 8 years; 1 Black Mare, 1400 Ibs., 8 years; 1 Brown Mare, 1350 Ibs.. 7 years; 1 Bay Mare, 1350 Ibs., 7 years; 1 Bay llare, 1550 Ibs., 6 years: 1 Bay Mare, t years: 1 Brown Mare. 1350 Ibs., 5 years: 1 Oroy Mare, 1350 7 years; 1 Brown Mare. 1400 Ibs.. 8 years: 1 Grade Stallion, 1700 'Ibs., 8 years; 1 pair Mules, 2400 Ibs., 7 years; 1 pair Mules, MM Ibs., S years; 1 Black Mare, 900 Ibs.. 3 years; 1 Bay Mare, 2 years; 1 Saddle Horse, 10 years; 0 Last Spring Colts. 2 Milch Cows, fresh B months; 50 Chickens; 10 tons Alfalfa Hiy; 300 bus. Oats. Hooser 16-inch double disc press drill; 1 I. H. C. 10 tt. duckl'oot cultivator: 1 Cockshutt triple disc plow. 1 3-section lever harrow; 1 6-sectlon steel harrqw; 1 double disc, 8 ft.; 1 new McCormick 8 ft.; binder; 2 wagons; 1 grain tank, 150 bus.; 1 triple wagon box; 1 democrat; 1 Ford car; 5 sets double work harness: 12 horse collars; 1 cream separator. HOUSEHOLD range, good as new; 1 cook stove, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 kitchen table, 1 dining-room table, chairs, cooking utensils, and ether household furniture. TERMS CASH T. P. BOWLBY, PETER Administrator for W. J. Lust. Auctioneer. c-o Dowsley Land Agency, Phone 1809, Lethbridge. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM PETER OF IRON SPRINGS, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WITH- OUT RESERVE THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND MACHINERY ON SATURDAY, MARCH 12 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. ON THE S.W. QR. SEC. 25, TWP. 11, RGE. 20 One mile west of Turin Schoolhouse and two miles east and half mile south of Iron Springs. Black Gelding; 1550 ihs., S years; 1 Black Mare, 1450 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Grey Mare, 1300 Ibs., years; 1 Grey Gelding, 1400 Ibs., 4 years; 1 Orey Mare, 1400 Iba., 7 years; 1 Grey OeWing, 1350 ibs., 3 years; 1 Grey Gelding, 1260 Ibs.. 3 years; 1 Black Mare, 1200 Ibs., 3 years; 1 Black Mare, 1200 Ibs., 5 years; 1 Black Gelding, 1300 Iba., 3 years; 1 Black Mare 1100 Ibs., 10 years; 1 Bay Saddle Mare, 900 5 years. Milch Cows, fresh in April; 2 Heifers, S years; 1 Yearling Calf. Deering double disc drill, 18 disc: 1 Great Wost 14-inch gang plow; I P. O. 16-inch sulky plow, breaker and stubble bottoms; I five-section boss harrow; 1 I.H.C. 9-ft. duckfoot cultivator; 1 8-ft. Massey-Harris binderffl 1 Moline wagon and Jriple box; 1 S-ft. Emerson disc; 1 7-ft. Massey-Harris disc; 3 sets double work harness; 1 Ford louring car, in Al shape; and other articles' too numerous to mention. TERMS OF cash, balance Oct. 1st. 1921, at 8 per cent, interest on bankable notes. 10 per cent, discount for cub credit amounts. a' P. La VALLEY, Auctioneer PETER JORQENSON, Owner. D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk. c-o Dowgley Land Agency, Phone 1809, Lethbrldge. 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 COALDAL E AND 12 MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY MARCH 19th, 1921 SALE STARTS 'AT O'Gl OCK. SHARP. 1 Cjuir-Kcott Tractor. 25 h.p.. in good condition; 1 Case Seiiar- ator, 28-46, in good .cqnditioij: 1 team Rlack Mares. 7 years, weight 2600; 1 team, Mare and Gelding, S years, weight 2900; 1 team Geldings., weighting 2600; 1 CockshuU Grain Drill, 10 tt.; 1 Cock- Plow, 8-bottonj; 1 Ditching Plow; 1 Martin Ditcher; 1 U. Hay Rake; Kerosene Tractor, 12-15; 1 Deerins rlrairi Drill: 1 Mas.gey-Harris Grain Drill, 10 foot; 2 packers. 12 ft.; 1 Gang Plow; '1 Scraper; .40 feet of Lever Harrows: 2 Deering Hinders; R rtmH.pr. R ft 1 Mi-Cnrmick Header: 2 John Deere Dpubla. Disc: Harrows, 10 1 ftimk Car with Ranso .ii.nd iCiaUresaes; ll.fied Springs; 1 Cushman Gasoline 1'Jngine. 8 ii Ciishmim Gasoline linginea, 4 h.p.; 1 Adams Farm Truck: 1 Oil Tank; Harness, Wasoni, Oil Drums, Gas Drums. Oil. Grease, Plow. Shares. Shovels, etc., etc.: Granaries; 15 head of 3 and year old lieef steers. MANY SMALL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. TERMS ON ENGINE ANp SEPARATOR WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT SALE. BRITISH-CANADIAN TRUST CO., Trustee Eatate of A. G. Hillam. PETER U VALLEY, Auctioneer ;