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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Bid HT' THE LHTHnillDGK DAILY 1ICTALD I MONDAY, MARCH DID NOT ADJOURN Rojlria, Jlnr. Riii- provincial legislature ill" iol jirorojilc today as il liad been on- nounccd It iirobably would Jo. It Is not ilofhiilcly slated whether or not ilio house ivoulil on becruiling Officers-Have Sorry Time al Oll.wa in Crowd Wailing For Game Ollawa, Mar. 10, The Rvonins Journal publishes 11 photograph ot largo crowd of young men who liu ui) before llic llckcl otlicc yeslorda; wornlng wiili the object ot jHirclmsms. tickets for tomorrow nlsht's cl loiislill> hockey match. la connecu'oii nlih tho pliolo the Journal prints n story, I he efforts of rcerullius officers t iccure volunteers for overseas ser vice in the crowd. The Journal savs "Many of Ilia military officers u Hie base office, seeing a: oujiortuniiy. dispatched aliout a score ci sergeants and I cflicers to attempt lo gel iba young fans huo uniform. "for an hour llio recniiling officers passed IIP and down the line askius the young men to enlist. They were unsuccessful. too wet said cue bur- ly hockey enthusiast. more Interested in hockey than ivas the response of another young man wbo looked as n he could ylay a good game of either war or liccfcey. 'I'll lose my place in the line and get a ticket. Not today, (hank was the response to a pithetlo r-ppeal of Pie. Murray, formerly ot the Dominion police. ilwrs i-iienecl and although tr.e V.ciel Kllerr did their very to supply 11.e demand for tickets the ]lue kept Icngtbeniu.e at one end is ii E'lorfcRCd at las other. "'I'm not to enlist- There are lots of others without emphatic ally said a sialwart youth, but not a auan in ihe long line told the sersean that he Tvas unfit 'and preferred olhei S. B. Scobell said tha1 il was a disgrace 10 the country am Captain P. Grant remarked tha jt was appalling to think that a re cniitnJs officer had to drive miles to )uen when there wcrc'so many, of them Tn Ottawa, who-were of military age Captain ,T. Tliacteray said he fcl o[ the youth of toe city." .Mar. The champion. at the N.II.A. for I lie season ot goes to the C'.inaOtens of -Mont- FRENCH GOVI. IN: DANGER OF FALL Paris, Marcli attacks of the opposition-'fn parliament have produced'a situation of such a character that Ihe adversaries of the government admit today that 11 cannot continue. The gtn- era! opinion Is that th: opposi- tion, >vhlck has been resorting lo obstruction by refraining from voting, must overthrow the cab- inet and assume responsibility fJr solving the problems which form the basis for Its assaults vn the ministers, or else cease Its attacks. real. In the second and final same. of their home RUd the Ollnwas won by '2, but the fanudlens had 'a D-so.ll lead nt Montreal hist Wednesday, and pulled out on llic ronnil liy 7 to ii, capturing the O'Brk'n cup anil play off tl Seattle agalilil the Pacific leaders tor ihe Siaulcy i-up and Ihe world's hockey championship. Last night's game was hard fou oni start lo finish- It took place on sticky of ice, but throughout illl itams maintained a liehluins ice. Smith and starred r the Canidiens, while Darragb atid v Uenneny were Ottawa's best. Play strenuous, llefcrees Brennati id "Marshall hamling out -G penalties all. Nensy l.alolldc did not play at I. Seven five hundred pco le witnessed llic same, tbc police ircitig the rink management to closo le doors and turn many away. ,THE MOMENT "FARE'S 'DIAPE .SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. LEGAL NOTICES iifo It, said ]LO uuvo a1 usiiml dollar. bill to Wcx riml ie- cclvcil.n apalctl nictul box which ho WUB tuht cunlnlnul ten bills o[ lliu iaino ilciiominallQLi, 1mOpened ho Lox" next day ho (omul nothing jut Llssu'y paper. TlicipoUcu'ilGL'Inroil othiy thai liail: n -contrivance which la' B "funipk'to'iiorihtila wire- oulflL cnpnVta ot receiving HICK. all llio >vny from ilerlln." "Really ilacs" put bad stomach in oraer "really does" overcome indE-' djspepsia, gas, hcanbum and sourness 'in 'five just mates Tape's Diapepsin largest. in ihe world.; IE 'ttbat you tat fermenls juto slubborn lumps, you belch .ga-i end eractate sour, undigested fooi an! acio; tongue coaled; j'our insides Illl- ed with bile and Indigestible waste re- member the moment "Pape's Diapep- Ein" comes in with the stom- ach all such, distress It's Ottawa. -March 11. Sir Thomas Vhilo, minister ot finance, this even- n? issued an appeal to ihe people of Canada io subscribe lo tlie full extent or iheir. financial ability to the third :anadian domestic war loan ivbEch viH be placed on the market on Mon- day. -March 12. The minister proposes to dispose ol .Ive'per cent, bonds to the value .of f maturing March-1, 1917 m which interest -will be paid hall vearly ou Marcli I and September 1. SOME 19lfe.YI.ELOS (Medicine Hat News.) John I'opel, 01 Winnlfred, had 5C bushels of wheat per acre on summei fallow and 34 .bushels per acre GI other cultivation. His oats went TI bushels to tlic acre, and in slraos even- case lie has uiuile a sinri ii mixed Tannins, his animals iucludin niilk cow r.nd Youns "cattle.- James of Orion, obtain ed a yield of bushels of wheat ne acre on land that was not sunime 'tallowed. His oats, sov.'Kl c" -Jun 1C. yielded GO'bushels per acre an hi3 sowed on June 5th, yielde ID oushels r-er acre. The wheat'yield of Edward C Pierce, of Whitla, averaged as (o Summer fallow, 35; sprln plowing." JJJ; stumble in, IS. His oats averasf-d TO bushels. Gusl Osl. of Seven Persons, SCHEDULE "A" MOltTGAGK SAL15 PUKSUAXT to the Order of His Honour .liiilgQ JiiL-kTion, made licrcFi: Ih'o Slh day of March, 1017, In n ccr lain acttuii whorctu Tlic Imperial Life Assucanoe Company, of is Plalnlifr iind Gcoree L. Scely, Is Uc- fcndaiH, -the following lands In Ihe Provlnco of Alberta, nniiiclj-: "Tbo South Kasl Quarter ot Section Thirty- four In Township Ten In Kansc Thirteen West of the Fourth Rescrviug unto His Majesty, His Successors Assigns, all mines and Lho right lo Mrork tho same, will bo' offered for sale by public auction on Tuesday llic 3rd day of April, 1917, at Ihe hour ol Twelve o'clock tioon at the Grassy Lake Hotel in the Village of Grassy Lake. SALE will be subject to a Reserved Hid YiLich has been fixed by Ihia Court. TERMS AND CONDITION'S will he made known ai tha lime? of tho sale r can be ascertained from (he uiider- Igned Solicitors. The said land is situated aboul hree miles from Grassy Lake. There 5 said lo be a house on the sntd and, 1-.XIS feet, worth- about granary Hxlfi feet, and a stable 1x40 feet: The said land Is fcncei with a two strand wire fence. There said to be a good we1! on tho sajJ and. The soil of Ihe said land is a andy loam with a clay subsoil. DATED at Lclhhridgc, Aluerlh, ihii ith dayrof March A.D., Conybcare, Church, Me Arthur Davidpnn. Barristers, Elc 'onyhearc Hlock, Lclhbrldie, Alberta Edward T. Wcstlnke, Ad. X. Auctioneer Vornfe, Mar. ptcnslng tlcncc ot IHO Bpprpat'li of serins experienced hero Friday nlsM when Ilia long slumboring lionrd of trade, roused Itself, went lo work vlih 501110 of'Us old-llme vigor anil tllil some Cood business. A. II. Trltos was In the chair, aim after some Jlaciisslou. n resolution en- dorsing the movement In fnvor'of assistance to returning uuUllors ivus adoiued, Tho look ULI the matter of train eervico, nnd iiasscd r tlons favoring the n'storatlou ot tho local train wns of sucli general uso to ibo whole Crow line, or in llenj of'Hint th0 ol tllc Spo-! kanc Flyer. The inMtor of tlie twchc-hour lay-; over nt Xclsou to which all travellers; to Ihe coast iy the Kclilo Valley Hue.' re iLovs- subjected, vuis another mat-, unclor conDldcrailon, ttio opltiloii otiiB uiiauiniou5ly opposed to s'uclr. eedloss delay, which works hardship o through travel, with no good lo ny one except Hie bold men'of on. Tho meeting was a spirited onc: nd Indlontes tlmt ilie old vigor of' 10 Fernlo board of has rclurii- d. Tho anii'ial clcciion of officers 111 take place ftt iho licit regular icetlng, niid the iiiJications are that he Interest created Friday will'1 row. Tho above resolutions were. orwardcd to the proper parties, and cony sent lo Superintendent llar-i haw. C. P. R. EARNINGS UP Montreal, Mar, earni for iuo weok ending March 7, 1017, were un Increase of New -Wex; iiafiTQ of HamLurg, is icre charged with sivhidlinE Germans iiarts dfllie Frank Steinberg, of -lliis clly the police .thai Wex assured him thai h.o hail beeu sent out by tbc'G'ormaii government on a laissicn (o entangle the currency of Ihis countrj" "so" [hat there wouhl Le niore Jn circulation than there was gold to AUCTION OF SALE HORSES Will Offer at Public Auction At New Dayton On thurs., Mar. 15 Commencing 'ai 2 the following. 30 head of farm hones, rang- ing from 3 to 8 years old. These horses are Alberta raiEed and climalized. Wintered on owner's farm. ALSO SOME AND SEC OND HAND HARNESS TERMS CASH H. O. ROLLAG Owner. J.A, .SMITH Auctioneer -'Owner' -will linve 15 Very choice registered Shorlhorri hulls for sale at .tho Letlibrulee Sale Uarfi afebut .March 15th. NOTICE The Law Committee of [lie AlberU Legislature will meet on Wednesday, 5Iarch at ten o'clock a.m. In tlie.Cinimiteee Hoom. Govern- ment Buildings, Edruanttjn. (o.consid-1 Ihc Bill lo amend the Lethbridge Charier.--Any person or dclcgatton de- siring lo-appear liefore ihe Coinmil- ted In support ol or in opposition fo the proposed amendment TV III ac- cord eil fl hearing... Hugh J. Montgomery, Chairman; John R. Cou-ell.- Ad. Y. Clerk ot the House. truly astonishing end Hie Joy is lmiiEt miaireloua, "A large iiIiy-ceoL'case of Tape's Dia- ipepstn will give you hundred dollars' Vorlh of salisfaction or your.druegiEt -hcjitis you your money bacfc. It's worth its height in gold Io men End "women who can't get iheir stom achs regulaled. IL belongs in yojr always !be kopt. handy in .case of a EOOT, upset durlQg the 'dsy- or night. It's quickest, surest and most harmless tornach regulator-In the hia yield of- wheat on Eumiuer- 'alloTr by plots as 50 and 42 bushels .o ihe acre on new breaking and H on slubble. It. H. Rsbc. of'TVhlila. obtained 52 uheaL fjer-acre on.sum- 4C on pummeVbpeaking and 30-on stubble. on sprinR plowing yielded DO bushels per" acre, and live ucres an average of 112 bushels, fllia animals Include 30 milk cows, 12 young callle and 10 horses. AUTO LIGHT. G. a Bercrlj- farmer, brought a. load of 54 bass of potatoe? .nto Gait, for -ivhich he was pa it I1Q2. .Two years, 43 iags to .Ihe same city and only ro cd which gives some idea of ihejincreased cost o[ living. "I iuM'lold bini what he was." "Did Le get mad anil want lo "Xo." "Then ye didn'l telMiim the trulh." An electric automobile dash li of recent invention is mounted on a cable so thai It can be used as a trouble light and carried'to any part a car. WE SAVE YOU MONEY! I WILSON butri AIIPT HUU1 SHIL01I is good for iic4rly halfsa cciiUiry Hint lias been the watchword iii thousands of lipmcj. Shiloli brings relief lo aii mfliirpcd 'cough-rackotl throat. It cuts phlegm in croup, oases a hard tearing cough and is llic great p'rcveiUative of more serious .troubles. Shiloli doesn't upset tlic stomach. ..'11 is extremely pleasant to take ami Ixicause of the small dose you will find jt, we think, the moat ccono'rliical ever used. Let Shiloh cure your next cough) 2Sc, SQcand at al trarnjjng I .Sell the Btlow' Listed Articles'for Ihe High Dollari on 19th AT HV RESIDENCE. NORTH HALF 22-820, FOUfl MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE, FIVE MILES NORTH'OF WILSON, NINE MILES SOUTH EAST OF LETHB.HIDGE. "11 Shire Slaillpn, five years olil, (have 1 liay mare. 10 years ohl. 1400 marc, G'year.i old. USD 1 bay horse, 5 years old. 1350 Ibs.; 1 liay horse, 5 years old. 11QO Ibs.; 1 grey S years old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 grey marc, 13 years old. 1450.Ibs.; 1 blacfc niqrc, old. 11QO lus.; 1 stud coil. 2 years old; 2 mare colts, one year old. Tliu above arn all well broken. i 22 fresh milch cows, ivlth calves; 3 milch cows, soon fresh; 2 dry cows; 0 heifers, 2 ana 3 years, 3'year- lings. 1 fl. McCormick Mnrlcr; Van Brunt drill 22 single disc; 2 disc harrows, S foot; John Deere 12-iu. gang plow, with Foil and stubble bottoms; P. O. IG-in. sulkcy plow, sod und sluliljle iioltoms; John Deere 14 Inch sulky plow, soil and stubble Imtlcmis; Deering duck-foot cultivator, 10 foot. section lever harrows; McCormick 5 fool bay; rakca; Olil Dominion, new box; John Deere 3'.; wagon; Harrow Attachment for several iron farm gal's; potato digger, packer, forks, shovels, chains, antl articles too numerous to mention. tons of Blue Joint and Timothy. Also 11 Pure Drdd Buff Orpington'Chickens. BIO FREE LUNCH AT SALE AT I O'CLOCK TERMS CASH GARRISON DEARDOP.FF' R. BATES, Auctioneers, Lethbrldge Owner. 1 French Dtiily JOL1METZ No. 1 Foaled May about 1800' Ibs. RACINE No. Foaled May 8, 19H. weigh.t aboul BRILLIANT No. FoaleJ June .8, I9DS, about 1900 -Ibs. LEANDEH Rscqrrl Grey.' Foaled May 3, ,1914. Record No! OrejI.VFoale d March 20, 1914, weight- about-1'BOQ Ibs.'- Iron Grey. Foaled'April 23, 1513, weight .about 1EOO Ib3. Recorded No.'S6124. BlacV.; Foaled, June 1912, Wilbht about 21DO Record No. -73953. Black. Foaled June 28, 'about 1900 Ibs. 'v Record No. 57612' Black. Foaled June 4, 1306. Imported from France November 1S03. Recorded No. 83058, Grey. Foaled April 20, ,1910. Iniporled from France, August 1911, weight about 2200 Ibs. Record No. 53362 Bl.ick, Foslcd April 3, 1905. Imported from France 1907. MASTER DEXTER. 6lsck.- Record No. 122525. Foaled June 24, 1914. KING COLE II.. _ French Dratl Stallion Slack. Record No. 28612. Foal- ed August Record No. Fonled June 11, 1914, weigh'! about 1900. These stallions have been purchased from one cf the larnut breeders Jmpc-rtcrs on Iho American continent. 'They h'ave'betn boutjht Worth. Ihe money prlcecl to sell. Will also; exchange for good farni horses. .1 F01J AT THE LKTII H. O. ROLLAG, OWNER It can >salcly be suit! (lint no sccoiul in the country VWriOs such an enormous .stock of genuinely Isifih class fur'nilnrc and IIOUHC occunying Uie UPJUT stones of the, [mililing are luxur- anil at.tiic KHIIIC time rimitaiicil cxcelenl luste. I The date o[ the Auction will be announced in a few days and in the yon may submit ns an offer forxany part or portion of the I FRANK WADDINGTON Lclhbrhlarc -THE AUCTIONEERS WHO WILL W. L. WILSON puts its entire stock of very high class Furniture and Fqrnish- ings in the hands of the Auctioneers v OWING TO Till! EXI'IKA- TIO.N OF TTIP; Till! OF -Till! FINKST SKCONI) HAM) STOKK IN CAN- ADA TAKKS Till! AUC- TION HOTJTK FOH QUICK This magnificent Hiniiturc fomiirisiiiK .whole hcflrooni sijKts: in .solid mahogany, ouk, ivoi'.v, ami will all jifV) under (lie it is vain say that1 never hci'nre in llic, IVovinro, o I1 Alhci'lu lias siicli a (rciiic.iiilous of class afomis ollVrcd at I'liblic.AiLclioii. You arc, cordially ijivilcd lo.lifok over (lip. slock and Vurnitiire.lirdio. store and rooiniiii'- house and we will leave it (o yoiii1 judgment as lo we are esag'sci'atins. Hie iniportance of v.: BE IN ARE; R. A. JOHNSTON Calpfary W.M.DAVIS Jewelry ;