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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1919 BE INCREASED, SO House CommitUe on Gtts Views of Gttat War. OTTAWA. March C. O.- UaciVelll, Mcretary ot BtMt Vl'M1 Veterans' Association; it the first meeting tliirJEpornlng of.' parliamentary -criijitaHtee peasioni and made a! elateniest rrgardlut of 'the veterans, Hon. ,N. w. prwM- Mr. MacNeill BaiJ that attitude- ol Iho one ot cooparaUon. 'J'hoy considered-the in- adequate, particularly regard to and lolajly disabled, and thought It should la generous Ill reply to Col. Hush Clai-k, Mr, said Uicfe- view that the scalo cliould bused ou the cost of living In various jiarls ot llio coun- Iry; therefore, It would not be unl- form throughout Canada. Ho tbouglil this would ue prucllcablo Ihoutli noli estaMUhed In any other countrjr. j The present rate tor wldowi totally dlnbled men, It pointed out, Is JSS'a'month, and Mr. Mac- Nelll It as his personal view that u totally disabled man wltll a family of ttY'e should receive or With regard lo orphan children, Jlr. MacNeill expressed lhe Tien- Uiat they shouW be given equal edu- cational advaiitages with those child-: ren whose parents are alive. Tliey' filiould therefo'ro receive pensions up- lo 21 years, of age. Howcll asked if It would be a Kood thing to up to Ihut "KO. and Major An'dr-wa said the clilldieh of, dtsatlcd veterans and of, eoldlers who liad died should ho giv- en the same educational advantages as the children of the rich. There was a short discussion upon the point, nut Mr. out that they Mould deal-M-llh tho matter later, meanwhile, they were simply hearing Iho views of the war veterans. ilr. MncNelH- expressed dissatisfac lion wltli. the of some of thi mpdtcal extmlners attached lo tlit pension board. TJils, he aald, due to the low remuneration paid T11K JifcJUL Prominent Municipal Leader Declares That Thrift Will Solve Many Big Canadian Problems -Mayor ol L'algary, I3 known far bsyoci! the limits of his own. clly as a leader In public -move- ments. Vat this re.Tson his hearty endorcallon of tho War Savings Cam- iraleu of Importance. In a recent statement he is Ui3 very essence of ada's vita) twJay? To my njlnd it la Thrift. "Tile- jiro'nleiLi is that ot help- ing Canada tn its financial feet and t la my firm wnViot-ion that if every oue of us is oavlng RnJ ha Dominion will become an astrlcnl- NO MORE KIDNEY Since He Take "Freit-i-tiKs" "3 Lias AviKi'E, Oruw.i, Oxv. Three yean ago, I btjin to reel run-dowa and anu sufjVrcil lery mucli from Kiinti Troullt. Hiving read of Tniit-a- lives', I thought 1 would try them. The result was surprising. tart nut had an tear's tifliiai tince- I commenced uiiisg 4-Yiiit-a- tires', ami Iltnotv now whal I here not for a good main- that It, lire llessiug of body and clear tlimking WAL-TEK J. MAimfoTT. We. for J2.M, trial fiieSJc. At ill dralers or uut postpaid oa receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives LiuMti'J, Oitawt, examiners, resulting in failure to ob tain the beat In many cases. Considerable discussion arose over tho question of pay during education training. The war velerans lah down lhe principle that men shouli receive 'full, pajr and allowances an-1 tliolr pensions 'as -well, while under ioing vocational training. IhcreaK Major Andrews aald that men hefore training must be discharged.. His' eipericnce bad bsen thai because, a disabled man. did not present receive Ine full pay and at lowance's' while undergoing Irainlng, the pensioner "was readily induced la forego the vocational training and sell books, for instance. The vocalional training had the less Inducement for him because 'hs- coulil malie more money immediately Iiy doing this xork. The qneslioii of pensions for. the and'famiileg ot Imperial rcae: vists intro'dnced. dirBculiles. Mr, MucNeill laid down the prin- ciple that 'if Ihelr widoirs were III ing In Canada before the war and llielr liusbands; belnf British reservists, called to, the colors, their depen- dents shouW h'ive their pensions sup- jilemcntcd to bring them un to' tho Canadian pensions. He ealil dp know o( widows wlio were (rolling-only JSC a month. Equally of PensiorlB Another matter whlfh caused some rtiscussfon was-equalfij ot pensions. Thr dlanarjly.lietween omecrs and prl- MacNeill said, regarded as "particularly obnox. f long discussion took place over the -case of accfdenls or accidcnla) mtWIieHEGKUP tural, an mdustrial and a commercial country ol trernendoMij- enhanced Im- "for I am satisfied that ft -re are thrifty -we shall te able, of ourselves, lo develop the illimitable natural re- sources ot Canada, ihe fringe of which haa 'been' "hut to'uchW. Sustained Thrift will aid Cuwhi to -become one of the paramount commercial, agricul- tural ud Industrial tacton ot tfir world. ;i. surtxl, u 1 hare said, k tha obstacle, but lhe Thrift Slamps ii 25 cants Stemjw this barrier. "They provide a fine fonndaUon for saving by cWIdren. Get the kiddiw slarteil and the future will take care of itself. Get the older people started and they will take care of the pretent, for ftotb the children and couM not upon a savings-campalsn more-easy, .more prof liable and more conihuMvc to n, cultivation SMALL NATIONS j SEPRESENTATION PARIS, .Mar. 11. -r- The FREDBR1CTON, X. R., March Under ifgislalloit ivliiclt was Intro- duced in the legislature last night by the Foster government, the minister ot public works. Hon. t'. J. Veniot, is given ivlde powers to deal with branch lines of railways in the' province which liave not been lakt-n over by the Dominion government as 1 purt Of ltif> Canadian National. Rail- ways, j Provision of this hill makes It neccs- sary for such ratlvrays to submit any changes In tariff ratea to the proviri- clal government tor approval before becoming operative. In the matter of service provided the minister ot pub- lic works. Is authorized to conduct in- vestigations' and if he finds .in''im- provement in rolling slock, equipment or roadbed, bridges, etc., needed, hs can order what he believes to bs re- riuired. Then if the company docs not carry out lhe suggested improvements with- in a certain period they at once he- come liollo for penalties running froai ?200 a day.. SfBnllER" IMS SHED FROM OPERATION of TdU How. i i 1 PARIS, March ;i Central j discussion at of t the "InteriiationM j Iho delegates, doc tiled in o'i'cn international cm lhe minfinum reiu.tly London of L: vnr sea- men acid firecacn. j After a discussion of mh-i m-.uon- al conle.'uice ot shiimvutri r.m! sea- men the congress (h-uildi inmost un- animously to issm> :t jiiasulm' to the international seatm-n's tiurc-au to tall meeting an-i to the dealing employment, work, foojl, iturf which were atfofitcji iiy ,-tnuisn's conventions at unl Ourhig tllfi a deputation lieaUe-1 by lhe presiiU-m of tho men's Iiilernal tonal l.'ukm of Amt-riru failed on Stunuel (tampers chairman hECN INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, MR. J, ENRIOHT, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On TUESDAY, March 18 AT ONE O'CLOCK At Hn Farm, 4 nkt Smrtk Eut Leftbiidge THE FOLLOWING FARM STOJCK It MACHWERY .I'.featn of bay and S years old, 2snfl I'tei'm bay, mares, 8 year, old, In foal, 2600 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 6 years'- old, 1100 I grey gelding, 4 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 mare 4 ywrr, olil, 1200 1 mare, 3 years old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 reWlnr S retrs old, IU9 i Hickneymare, 8 years old, In fool, HM Ibs.; t black driving mare, S years old, 1WO Ins.; 2 mare i rislns J year u M cows, 5, 2, ind 6 years old; 3 9 1W old 1 ff- J- wt.n, I 3-s lrtra "lemocrtt w.ton; i' John "i 1 U Inch.; 1 I kettle, anil nnnterw. older articles t will be harrow, 24 feet wide; one steel lever harrow, four Me- tormick discs, 16x10 with tongue truck; one sleel land roller; four International Duck foot cultivators-' with extra shovels com- i J.ti Emerson triple 12-inch bottom gangs with breaking and slubhle bottoms; four, 2-boUom John Dccro gangs with slubble bottom; one IS-jnch John Dcore stag sulUy; one 16-inch Deer high manure spreader; one Bmersor, manure spreader; comp blacksmith, oalfitt; inclining blowers, aiKl tfle Je drills, large quantity 5SLS! U'-S Mi Sn traclor, complete nnf, with hose, etc., u self-sleerlng Hevlcc. Saenslon mml alcel drums, o i around traclor; three need Ford cara HwtchoU Fmfart, comprisiu from from v bn the dil> cn lhs nlglit trains arrivin coming will ho R. A. JOHNSON, H.E.MEIBACH, Proprklor Great Dispersioo Sale HAVING SOLD MY FARM HOLDINGS, 1 WILL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE AT MY MONARCH FARM, ONE MILE NORTH- EAST 'OF "MONARCH, AND FOUR MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF NOSLEFORD, ON N. W. QUARTER SEC. 8, TWP, RANGE S3, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN. On Wednesday, March 26th 1919, COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M., THE -FOLLOWING- C-ESCBIBED and. Farm Equipment ISO head J, 2 and 3 year old steers; 150 Lead anrl 3 year old heifers; 275 head of cows front 4 to 7 years ol age; 10 high g'rada anil'.rajttered'Hereford and Shorthorn hulls.-These cattle are of high grade breeding of the beef types and are all dehorned anil will bo sold In lots to suit purchasers. A number ot milch cows, now milting arc] others to be fresh later on will also be offered. -10 head work Etock, comprising SO head of mares from 4 to .7'years of age, bred to registered fee.paid. Thesi? mares are well harness .and weigfo ffoni' 1109-to 13W Ifa'. ..20 head ojl .broken, aged from to 7 years of age weigliing'from 1100'lo'13CO Ibs. TSIs stock'will be ready to'go into spring work as they have been receiving grain for some time prior to dale v Fvm Implements Ono Bull Dog power fanning mill, as gonil as new; one Fosslon hand power fanning mill; one Vessont grinder, 11 inch plate; one 1'leurry Eiisilige Cutler, U Inch plate willi blower attachment, and Ihirlj- feet pipe sufficient for carrying into hay loft. This machine Is In perfect order and has set of citra knives which have never been used; one power windmill hcail, .Manitoba Engine Go's make, 11 ft wheel complete with 40 feet K-inch shafting, with jack for grinding, also Manitoba liurr of proper size to fit this mill. Both mill and grinder are M perfect shape and complete; one. Armstrong .well machine, with complete string ot drilling tools and 400 feet ot ?i-Inch steel cable. This machine is in shape to go lo -work at opcej one Jenhors.epower Stiekney engine, portable, anil which haa bscn used principally to operate well machine; three 1% h.p. Manitoba pumping engines in good working order with pump jacks complete; one heavy service pump jack, manufactured by Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co., worm drive; one double c-ou--ul m Varna, i.- l with being a to.jl ot the woi-i in .It is allegi I'M', fit to AtiHns On that it is the military urrav it, the cast. Moudcll, ot j head 4 year old geldings. cash, for the balance bankable paptrs m.V.uring Dtcembcr 1st, 1919, nt 8% interest, will be accepted. Sfe discount for cash on all credit amounts. All registered animals on which credit is given to be insured at purchaser's expense. PETER UeVAULEY, Auctioneer, Phone 1S09. D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk. c-o Dcm-sley Land Aflency, Uethbridge. AUCTION SALE i HAVE BEE'N INSTRUCTED BY MR. B. R. TALBOT, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THE FOLLOWING: A FARM STOCK ft IMPLEMENTS WEDNESDAY, MARJ 19 1 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP On N. W. Quarter Section 19, Twp. 11, Rge. 21, 7 miles of Commerce, 11 miles N. E. of Noble- ford and 13 miles South East of Barons. I matched learn ot black geldings, rising -1 dfd, 2SOO lot.; 1 mak-lied team of black mares, 3 years old, 28W) 1 matched .learn of blacks, 1 mare and 1 hone, 7 and S years oW, 2600 1 mate' ?d team of brown geldings, 3 years old. 2500 ihs.; 1 ed team of black mares, 6 years tild, 3000 Its.; 1 hroir.n years old, ISOOilbs.; 1 brown 5 years old, 1400 3bs.; 1 marc, 9.years old, in foal, 1600 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, 1 bay mare, 10 years old, 1850 1 SJOTES, L'2 1200 iba.j 1 pinto mare, 7 years old, coll by aide and in 1 pinto mare, rising 2 years 1 buckskin saddle t old; 1 hay saddle mare, 3 years old. ot double team harness; 1 Bain "wagon, 3K arm, nearly new; grain' tAnk, 1BO bushels; 1 truck wagon and Bundle rack; 1 steel harrow; 1 P. O. camel 4-secti6n spring 1 Onersou' ,11-iple disc plow, double disc C C plow; 1 International 'In and' out ilhrow disc, double C. C.; I 10-20 Titan engine, 1-3 balance terms; 1 22iR6 Avery separator, coav'etfl with r oloww ieed and bell, 1-3 cash on separator. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF and caih; over thut amount, 8 rnonthi credit' >n turnMIng approved joint notes at 8 per eerrt. interest, t per off fan cash on the credit amounts. Everything lo be told, no re-serve, as proprietor hM .rented his' J8TTFI, j.A.sMirm, AUCVIOHttR, B. R. TALBOT, Owner E. ENGLISH, Clerk AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. J. W. SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THE FOLLOWING: FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS MONDAY, MARCH 17th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP On the Sootk Wot Quarter 22-9-21, Z mfe due t of Ne. 6 CM! Mme 2' nks N. E. .f I'bay mire, years old. 1700 in 1 Mid- Ing, rising 6 oid, 1WO Ibs.; 1 mare, rising 6 old ISSn iinn 6 4 yrtft, 1100 Iba i saddle pony; 1 ased, qslet good for children driving; 1 bfack I'ercheron stallion, t -about ISM Ibs., a sure foal-getter. i 1 black belter, age 4 years; 1 red cor, 4 years' 1 roan age 3 years; 1 registered Arrehlre. S yews. In i reqlstored heifer supposed to ho in calf; 1 registered AyrAIre rising 3 years oM. 75 hens HOUSEHOLD GOODS-1 kitchen table; 2 Mk dining room tahle and chairs; 1 ,mall oak d mission rocking rocker; 1 couth; 2 'leather- clrtir 1 boater stove; .1 brass bed snd mturm, nearly newp 2 fruh sands; 2 ilressmj.l while enameled m.t trcss; 1 chiffonier; 2 large linoleums, imald; 1 Urge oilcloth far room; 1 large refrigerator; 1 barrel chum; 1 crcrtk chart- 1 ng machine; 2 wash tubs; 2 i-gallon rtl .VaS of rrrtt CrOC" rtkoi; 2 mowing make; 1 wr" pioir. Of harrows wlti terer: 1 hand Blow- nnd to be scltlml by approved joint notss, wlih W, MeKean, OvVrxr ENGLISH, A: AUCTIOHMB, ;