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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH ur.iui.n PAGE NINE 1'hiee Bills Passed an for Third Provide Alt Machinery AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S ROOMS Tomorrow, FRIDAY (Special The'HcraM) March Da' Glelcbcn, raistnl a iirotest In tho house today during ihs tion ot Ifcres Mei 8rain btlli, asainit the ol Ue provincial authorities hi buying swl grain la iionjunoUcm with fte au IhorlUcs, thereby as ho cillcged. the price ot sseil oata from 35 cents to 40 cents bushel. Mr Davis charged that last year the Into had purchased ti'.e seed oats through Mr. Wilson, the Domlalou ot flcEal la cliargo, and "turned them over at a profit of 35 cents to 45 cents a to Iho farmers" i J'Yom tho discussion that ensued it! appears that tho Increased price is not BO much a profit us charpcablo lo over- head costs of agente. uuyors. inspcc- lora, storage, etc.; which Mr. JVivis eliminated by tbo imrchas.VR tho seed grain direct Attorney General J. R. Boy to eUteil that last year the Dominion men I passed an order-in-council for the purchasing of eeeU oats, anticipat- ing a shortage, aud proceeded lo com- niandeer them and store them in vators throuEbout tho province. Ho ASS tried that It would have been fool-j for tho provincial government lo liave mlxotl in Iho liuslncBs at thatj time; that the Wominton government i had all tho machinery for doing the work, and that consequently the pro- vincial government made tho arrange-i jueuts lor purchasing the seed oal3 from Iho Dominion officials. Mr. Boyle went on to say Uiat at the time no one anticipated that tho war would end so soon, and that Iho Dominion government was left with aj largo supply of the seed oats on hand without being able to forecast that Iho price would decline. 'Mr. Davis said he did not want to interfere wilh any arrangements Ibis year, in view ot (ho necessity tor gel- ling the legislation through rapidly How, but ho wanted tho government, if the-system was kept up in the fu- inre, to do Us buying of setd grain direct and not to mix. up -with the Do- minion government on the system. The Ihree seed grain bills are Mo. :iZt which permits tlic government and banks to carry on the seed grain ad- vance system in unorganized districts; No. 32, which permits municipalities to carry on the system this year, ex- tending notes where payment of the iimnunt duo last year has not beeli paid on. account ol crop failure, and No. 1C, which enables a has a moTlgago on his land wliioh Is TOore valtmfcle than Ihe lonn to bor- row moro money from the aaone mort- gageo for seed grain, and provides a situpliiJed of nrirtine this loan i to tbe 'original mortgage at smalltex- pense. .A number ot technical amend- ments were made in the bills, which! were passed on lo third reading. The chief amendment was that which raises the maximum sum that may be advanced for seed grain per iruarler-sfidlon ol land from to 53GD, Tho purpose is to provide a certain portion for feed for animals as well as seeding, and" the maiimums were fixed ae folios: 590 maximum to bo allowed for the purchase of iced; maximum to be allowed Sor Iho purchase of seed grain and feed, of which not more than one- nuarter (or shall bo for feed., j TliD houso also spent considerable' time going over Uio reprinted act, granting assistance lo widowed moth-! c-rs supporting children. Many of the argued Uio previous nay touched on again, but no changes made ol any importance on the second reading on the bill. 1 i. COMMENCING AT CONSIGNMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And to be without reserve, Including: Handsome dining suite in (unmcd otV. coraprlsiug buficl, round eileaiioB Uble and Eel ot chalre. haBdsonio brass bed complete with anil mattress brass Irlmmcd bCiis complstc; oak dressers and sUuds; oaU sectional book case, occasional tables; several good carpet squares rugs; "Weal Incubator. "Peerless" Inculiator; White sewing rnaculno; kitchen, chairs, Bbeels, blankets, quills, pillows pillow cases, etc. Good, neclvcd'up till 12 o'clock Friday for Inclusion .In sale. CASH. .PHONES 770 and 469. AUCTION SALE OF REGISTERED STANDARD BRED HEAVY HORSES AT THE LIVERY BARN, COALDALE, ALBERTA On WEDNESDAY, M'ch 19 AT ONE O'CLOCK GEORGE RUSH -OWNER registered i 1580, rceisWred; 1 sorrel Shire sUilion, r sing o yoa wclEWng 1130. registered. Prizes Mil nhlmns Bo wlh this horse. roan Belgian Kare, rising 0 years, weighing 1600, in tea reeistereJ; 1 strawberry roan Belgian mare, rising 5 years. "cghtaB 1WO; 1 Hay Percheron mare, rising 5 years .we.ghlDE WO. In foal; i brown mare, rising 3 1100; 1 EW I'erchcron mare, rising 7 years, weighing in toal; 1 bay rising S years, weighing 1400, iu foal; 1 bay mare, rising o years weighing foal; 3 yearling colls, good ones; 4 foals, good ones. Also the following, the property o! Bish Davies: 5 head 3 year old marcs; 3 head 4 year old geldings. for the balance hankanfe paners maturing December 1st, 1919, at 8% interest, will be accepted. 5% discount for cash'on all credit amounts. All registered animals on which credit (liven to be insured at purchaser's expense. PETER LeVALLEY, Auctioneer; Phone 1W9. D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk. c-o Oowalcy Agency, Lethbrldge. HIKE I AUCTION SALE i FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS OnlThursday, March 2Oth COMWENCING SHARP AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. At the Farin Lately Operated by Bert Maxwell, 1% miles South of Cbaklale; Main Road. G marcs G and 6 years old, In foal; 5 mates, S lo 10 years oia; 1 brown gelding, 10 years old; 1 cow, calf at fool; 1 cow, to freshen ?t Mayfl tip lop box; 1 wagon and grain tank; 1 Ight Manitoba rack; 1 Iragsy with pole ami shads; 1 lilaii engine with H-inch breaker and etubWo botlom power lift plows; 1 asscv-Harrivbinder auto truck, 7 II. 1 Massey-Ilarris binder, 8 u 1 Ueerlng btuaer wilh Inick, S tL; 1 McCormick rearer; 2 Dc'crlng mowers, S-ft.: 2 sweep rakes; 2 hay rakes orfliMry; 1 roller 8 ft.; i- tandem discs; 2 Kentucky press drills, doublo disc 16s; i slcel harrow, 5 sec. lever with cart; 1 John Deere sulky plow, 1C inch, high lilt; 1 John Deere plow, stag sulky, inch- IP O. gang, H Inch; 1 Emerson disc gang; 1 John Deero 2-hor'so cultivator; 1 rural ditcher and grader; 1 float; 1 swing stacker-1 200 gallon reed boiler; 2 hay racks; 6 sets doiiDle Har- ness; I'blacksmllft's oultll; 1 4 h.p. gas 1 Manitoba grinder. 8 inch; 4 grain picklera; 1 Bmcrsctl wllfl oat senaralcr. Tools and Utensils too numerous to mention, h No reserve.-Everyttitna must be has rented. ot J25.00 and under cash. Amounts over half cash, balance on approved note maturing Nov. 1rt, with InMrett at I cent, per annum. PETER LeVALLEY, JOHN M. OLDHAM. Auctioned. Valparaiso, Indiana, Owner. WASHINGTON, March II. M. lliough President Carfanza agreed with the United Slates.aulhorilies in Sake no further action affecting fpr-j dpi oil InlcrcatA In until the Mexican congress could act' on the new oil law Introduced gome weeks BO, a decree has been Issued. In Moiled Oily directing that the royalty tsjes on oil produced In January and IVbniiry bo paid O.tldals here today thai thii ilecreo might result In tho reopening of the whole question of Iho righlji of Iho foreign companies which hive been the- subject of at loast two nolca Irom the-'United Stales government nnd'a vigorous prolest'from Great and Holland. Brtn now of tb4 American ncHes, uhdsr of 23 last, remains unan- swered. Auction HAVE INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, MR. ENRIOHT, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On March 18 AT ONE O'CLOCK RAILWAY EARNINGS MONTMAL, fto of thl principal. railway tytttmi flnt wltk i'n Maroh totalled an Increase of cent.1 .The .Canadian National Railways figures for 'Wwk showed in of 3S4, or 15.9 per cent', over .riipondlng week ajo. Tha Grand Trunk- figures. were to or 'ftf cent., wMla fhe C. P. R. ihowtd c Aoruie of or, ftr tent. Chaltiam KuWlc. revenue 36 per cent, having Its moat AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements, etc. I have received instructions from Mr. Christian Jensen, who has rented his farms, to sell by public auction On FRIDAY, March 21st At 12 o'clock, sharp AT HIS FARM, "2 MILE NORTH AND 4 MILES WEST OF MAGRATH Uam src-y mares, years oM, weight S'.'.O PJS I'-mi brown mares, u years old, weight 2300 one black years old weight Ibs.; one bay mare, 5 years old. l.n-'J Ibs.; one- team dark brown mares, a and 6 years, Ibs.; one team brown mares. 0 years old, r.Oft Ibs.; th.rce gn-y gelding, 0 aml_S veirs old 1350 lb'. each.; one black marc, 8 years oVI. im'e dark'grcv mare, 3 years 12SO lbs-; SOM1 -tidings Ibs.; UHU mire. 12 years old, 12w out- span dark grey mares. 7 yc-ara old, 2600 Ibs.; one sorrel saddle horse. 1100 Ibs- 7 brood sow.i to 1st to StU'lc- baker wagon; 2 UMlujsLel grain tanks; 1 8-fout cultivator; 1 Is- double disc drill Coi-kshuti; S S-ft. JlcCoruilek bimit-rs; 1 IMnch gang nlow, Jewel; 1 disc pan 1 :i disc inn plow; 2 double- disc iu and out Ihrmv dlEc S-secliim lever harrow; (lax attachment for M.ConmcV Under; 3 sets farm harness; 12 horse collars'- 3 bull rakes; 1 feed grinder, horse power; 1 Cu-gallon fec-l cooker; 1 Cliainjilon blower; 12 forks; 1 .slngh- liuggy: 1 Iron oak liecliU-acl; 2 bed springs; 2 uialtreFses; 1 folding dishes ana cooking kt-tiles and many other articles too num- erous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S above are an exceptionally good bunch of mares and are all'bred to a pure bred Percheron stallion that will be at the ranch at time cf sate. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH AT 11.30. G. W. HEATHERSHAW, CLERK. CHRISTIAN JENSEN, GEO. P. PORTER, PROPRIETOR. AUCTIONEER. At His Farm, 4 miles South East of Letkbridge THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK MACHINERY year old; 1 gelding, rising 2 years old; 1 gelding rising 1 year tired by Judge Dillon. r flairy and 6 years old; ,3 2-year.. "old nelfors; 8 1-year old 9 1 brcod sow, 'iimbe'r wngon; 1.democrat 1 John Deere 8 1 Bmcrebn 1 sulky plow, 16 Inch] '1 (loublt'Sfsc'i'1 4-horse'section Iron'liii'rrow; 1'Kentucky grsln sccd.iirlll! 1 3-tectlon wooden planier; 1 nolai6 cd.oklng ketllo, atiii ttuirierpuj TERMS will 'be sold 'm the owner it rjivlna :i ilp farming. _ J. ENRIOHT, Prop. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. E, ENGLISH, Clerk. iepersion Se HAVING SOLD MY FARM HOLDINGS, I WILL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE AT MY MONARCH' FARM, ONE MILE NORTH. EAST OF MONARCH, AND FOUR MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF-NOBLEFORD, ON N. W.' QUARTER SEC. 8, TWP. 10, RANGE 2 J.1 WEST OF THE.4TH MERIDIAN. On Wednesday, March 26th 1919, COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M., THE FOLLOWING t1 ESCRIBED Uve Stock and Farm Equipment AUCTION SALE Havlug my tarm, t.n-l to (he 1 will sell by I'uMU1 A net urn On THURSDAY, M'ch 20 At ten o'clock, A- M., ON THE EAST HALF SECTION 1, TWP. 2, RANGE W. OF MILES EAST AND MILES SOUTH OF WOOLFORO, THE FOLLOWING: UVE STOCK, MACHINERY AND FURNITURE HORSES, CATTLE, ETC. 1 Dlick marc 9 years oM, weight 1100; 1 span bay marts, 10 years old. 2SCO; 1 bay marc, iu foal, years old. 1400; 1 gray inarc 3 years old, 1300; 1 iron gray ware. 1 years o d 1300; 1 bay raare. 3 years old. 1300; 1 bay gelding. 3 years old. 1300; 1 geldings, conllot 4 and 5. 2SC.O; 1 sorrel fielding, conimg 3 years old- 2 EC-Wings, coming 1 year old; 1 mare, coming 1 year old' 1 iionv cooil (or children. 4 years old. SOd; 13 head of 1 .Milk five calves by llicir side, balance lo freshen soon; 0 i-ycar-old, lo calve this spring; 3 coming 2-yc-ax-oM steers; h-Hfeis coming yearling; 0 steers, coming yearling; 1 S-yearold red "pulled bull; H bogs, weight from BO to 120 Ibs.; chickens, uioslly young; i turkey hens ami one gobbler. FURNITURE 1 liuheu cabinet good as new; 1 Do Laval separator, nearly new, No. 15; linoleum, dishes ami other articles. MACHINERY 1 S-font During binder In good repair; 1 11-foot gram drill, 'double- in RooJ repair; 1 14-Inch gang plow, John Deere, m mod repair- 1 14-in. sulky breaking plow. John Deere, in good repair- 1 S-fi. disc: barrow; 1 4-sec. iron drag harrow, lover; 1 harrow call- 1 5-ft McCormick mower; 1 14-inch walking plow, siul.iil" bottom- 1 potato cultivator; 1 wagon with hoi, com- plete, marly new; 1 light wagon. with box; 1 democrat, good 1 home iiuilc sleigh; i seta double harness; 1 saddle and bridle; 1 grind stone; 40 bushels potatoes. Free lunch wilt be served en the H. A. Roney, PROPRIETOR. TERMS CASH. Geo. P. Porter, AUCTIONEER. E. MAY, CLERK. 600 Head of High-Grade Beef Stock Cattle hladii, 2 and 3 year oil steers; 160 head 1, 2 and 3 year old heifers; 215 head of 4 to 7-years of age; 10 nigjl the" beef lyres and are all dehorneu and will Unsold in lots lo suit purchasers. A number of milch COTS. now milking and otters lo be fresh later on will also be offered. head work sleek, comprising 20 head of mares from '4 to 7 years of age, bred to registered stallion, service fee Paid, Thtao mares arc well-broke to harness and -weigh from 110U to 1300 Ibs. 20 bead of gedings, well broken, aged from I lo 7 years ol age. VcigWng from 1MO it, 1300 Ibs. This stock yrlll he ready lo go mlo spring work as they have been receiving grain for some time imor lo dale of sale. Farm Implements One liuH Dog power fanning mill, as himl nowcr fanning mill; one Vessout grinder, 11 inch plate, one FlfurryKn'i age cutler, 14 inch plate wilh blower attachment, ami hrty feeulip! sufficient for carrying inlo hay loft Is in perfect order and has with il set of extra kn.ive, w-n ch never been used; one rower windmill head, Manitoba Eneine Co. s make U ft wheel complete wilh 40 feet 5i-mcli shafting, Sack for grinding also Manitoba llurr Grinder of proper size to lit this mill Both mill and grinder ore In perfect, shape and complete; one Armslrcng well mnclitne, wilh cctaplcte siring of Drilling loos and-400 fcet'oJ 51-Inch slcel cable. TMs machine is m shape to go lo .work at once; one ten-horsepower Stickney engine portable, Inn which has been used principally to. operate well machine; three lit hn Manitoba pumping engines in good working order with iuoirV lacks complete; one heavy service, pump jack, manufactured by Ontario Wind Engine and I'umi, Co., worm drive; one double corn anil bean Emerson riding corn cultivator, Indis- Bet-ablD for cultivating row crops of all walking John Dec-re corn and polato cultivator; one surface packer, 10-il. 'slzo- one Brandon packer, Campbell subsurface; one Boss wooden harrow, 2J feet wide; one steel lever harrow, G seclions; four Mc- Cormick discs, 16x16 will, tongue track; one slcel land roller; four Intcrnalional Duck foot cultivators, with extra shovels, com- plele- lv.-o Emerson triple 12-inch botlom gangs wilh breaking ami jlubble bottoms; (our 2-ljollora John Deere gangs will, slubole bottom; ono IS-lnch John Deere sing snlby; ono 16-inch Deer high llfl sulky; one 16-inch Slag Deere sulky wltli breaker and stubble bolloms; one Cockslmtt sulky with stubble and breaker bolloms, complete; one 2-boltom Deer engine gang plow, stubble bottom; two field feeding wagons, complete wilh gear In good order, one for 20 heart of stock, olher 12 head. Indispensable for feeding work horses in Hold noon hour; Iwo Van Brant Ifrunner press drills: ,two high-wheel 22-runner Van ISrnnt drills; one International 'manure, spreader; one Emerson manure spreader; Iwo complete blacksmith oulfils, 'Including anvils, slocks and die sets, saws, hammera, wrenches, posl a large liuanllly ol y; and SS Inch vorcn hog wire will.also be offered; two Owoni1 smut cleaners with wagon elevator; 10 sets of work harness, in good order, having been recently repaired and oiled; one G-sccllon Deere spring toolh cultivator; ono Titan ten-twenty kerosene tractor, complete with self steering device, extension mud lugs and Ihrcsiiing pulley, In good condition; some steel drums, oil pump wilh hose, clc., useful around tractor; three used Ford curs, these cars liave been used by us In the operation of the farm and are In good working order and repair, Iwo arc 1517 model touring nodlcs, ono 1917 roadster body with Iruck box; one Laval cream scparalor No. 12, capacity 450 Ibs. per hour; ono Fresno 4-horsc Fcrnper; one slip scraper; a number of nvcncrs and trees of tiU'Fl2es, small tools, Fliovels, etc.. too numerous to mention; G dozen Wynndotto slrain hens; a Quantity of potatocj will also be offered. Household Furniture, comprising Desks, Chdirs, etc. AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. B. R. TALBOT, TO 8SLU BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THE FOLLOWING: FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS WEDNESDAY, MAR. 19 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP On N. W. Quarter Section 19, Twp. 11, Jl, 7 miles North oi Commerce, 11 mikt N. E. ot Noble- ford arid 13 miles South East ol Barons, I matched leatn'ot black geldings, rising 4 years ss ft iMi sjKt iif. "is V lay years old, 1200 lis.; 1 bay horse, 12 y.ars pld, 200 Ibs "into mare, 7 year, old colt by .U< snd sq m 1 pinto mare, rising 2 years olfl; 1 buciskra saddle Horse, 4 years i e'team han-ess; 1 Bain 3V. arm, nearly new: 1 Rushtord wagon- train Janlc.150 bSliel" 1 truck wagon and bundle rack; i 4-BecUor, s eel tamm: 1 p 0. camel packer; 1 4-section spring tooth harrow; 1 Emerson triple disc plow; double disc C C plow; 1 International In and-oot "row disc, double C. C.; 1 10-20 Titan engine, 1-3 cash, baUnce terms; 1 22s36 Aver? separator, complete with blower feed and belt, 1-3 cash on separator. TERMS AND -CONDITIONS OF All sums of and cash; over that amount, 8 months credit furnishing approved jolnl notes rt per cent, interest, 8 per cent off cash on the credit amounts. Everything to be sold, no reserve, as proprietor has rented hla R.' TALBOT, Owner 1 A SMITH. E.ENGUSH, Clerk AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE 1 HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. J. W. McKEAN, TO SELL i HAVE B THE FOLLOWING: FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS MONDAY, MARCH 17th AT. ONE O'CLOCK SHARP On the Sorth Weil Quarter 22-9-21, 2 due East of No. 6 CM! Mine and 1% N. E. of LeAbrifce. TERMSlOF C'asli. On horses nnd other S irionihs' llnie wilt be glvcn on approved lien notes boar inlcrSst at Sffd All sum's ixntlcr ?25.0d tiet casli, sud orcr tlml WiU'ue lillowrcl. R. A. JOHNSON, Auctioneer H. E. ME1BACH, Proprietor bay mare, 10 years otd, 1700 Ib3, in ing rising C years old, 1401) Ibs.; 1 mare, rising 6 years old, 12nO Tniare rising 5 old, IWO Ibs.; 1 gelding, rising 4 years, 1100 His.; 1. saddle, pony; 1 qntet good-lor children driving; 1 black Percheron stallion, 6 years old, -weight ffrtn: 1SOO Ibs., a sure foal getter. black heifer, age J years; 1 red cow, age 4 1 roan cow, ago 3 years; Ayr.'hlro, 3 years, In 1 heifer suppdsed.lo be In-calf; 1 registered Ayrshire -an, risins 3 years old. 75 bens, HOUSEHOLD GOODSr-1 kitchen taWe; 2 small OSK tables; i dining room-lable and chairs; 1 small oak table, Inlaid; 1 ladies mission rocking chair; 1 rocker; 1 couch; 2 lealher seated chairs; 1 heater slove; 1 brass bed and matlrisa, nearly 2 wash slsmls- 2 Oressers; 1 white enameled bcdsleail, springs an" mal-. tress- 1 chiffonier; 2 large linoleums, inlaid; 1 large oltclolh tor ronm; 1 largo refrigerator; 1 barrel cliurn; 1 crock clnmi; 1 wash- ing machine; 2 wash (irts; 2 5-gallon oil'cans; a number of fruit jam) window shades, crockery and cooking nlenslls and numerotw ollier.'nrtlcles. No reserve as the proprietor has sold his farm. luinlier wo son and box, Jlassoy-Harrls maXe; 1 Masaey-Uarrls wagon and hay rack; 1 hay slacker; 1 sweep rake; 1 sldo delivery rake, nearly flew, Massey-Harrls; 1 dump rnkc; 2 mowing, machines, DccHng make; 1 Decring single disc, grass seeder allarhcri; 1 Oeering binder, tntj'l IWach Svilky plow. Oucfcs.hult; 1 set of krer; 1 lltonf t'.illlvatorj'l large water 12 wilh liolislcr.i; i lank" heater; 1 single 2 sels of team 1 sliislc'sol harness; 1 goocl: Hddle; crow r Iinplements anil casli, baianB! lo be sctllarl b'y Joint notes, wlill 8 per cent, on M ami Amounts, or 5 pfr lent, alt for c.islj on awonhls. Furhr Inre lo be cas'il. J. W. McKean, Owner E. ENGLISH, Ckrk j. ;