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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 1-1, 1917 rim PAfiR SEVEN JCnXTI.YUKU Tbo mlolglcr aililod that no doubt thcro ivoro mon Iri Iho prpvlace, uol lumiy, who would occasionally Uko ftdvantrixe ol .fluch a loan lo get Hvc- ilocli and probably wrongfully dispose of It, but Ih'oy bollovod iwlion men wore louud togollior hi Iho wiylne Mil provided, that l( tlioio was my ol dJapofiOJ to net In Ibal way, tlio tour oltiors would look after him ftnd thomsohes and the peo- I'lc (lio game Ifuie, The Inrgcal amount of nionoy, llie minister Dial could bo borrowed by of. Loan under tho Act was Lho of thu hill was to ImlD Urn I'oor man In endeavor Co tel settle.! on land. Reduce Rate c-f Inierect Iry. Ills deirarlinent, Mr. ilurcliall in-, lorm'cil Ihc IIOUBO, was celling letters ul llio rnto or uvpnly u'.'cla'y Iho bill.' Olhiir larrtors wcro Usls'of niori'wlio 'veto will- ing to Join together lo' take advant- age. o( llio act, as toy i as II ivaa pass- ed Ho no vrcro linn- drcilE thousands o[ farmers, Ihat Iho act would enable to go into this line of-agriculture, who would lielp In making llio province wlial llioy all hoped il would bo; In Iho next Icn or twenty years. Are In Sympathy 'Georeo lloadlcy, Breaking on behalf of tho said they wore lu perfect sympathy wllli the object and principle ol tho bill. Aa lo the.rale- ot hiloresl, ho naked-why should the banks give them six pur cent. wLcu (hey liad Hie jecurlty ol llm prorlncc. In'addition (o lhat'lhoy had llio guar- antee of four men. lie alated that he wns ncrloctly tree In Eaying that he not think anybody was under .-.gallon to the banks. Mr. llarahnll mentioned that Ihe first offer came from ISio Merchants bank. Aflerwarda tlioy had an offer from Iho-Union bink. "Uiit It was only afler several 'prayer said ho, "I got tlio 0Ix per conl." J. A. McColl, described Iho measuro aa piobably (lie most Import- ant ple'co of IcjjIslaltoT ever Introduc- ed Inlo the house'and called atlon- It's Efficient Proven by its 47 years of steady and increasing sales. 2nd It's Pleasant The children love it. It tastes good, it gives quick relief. SSW.W It's Economical The dose is email, only one the usual quarter amount, 4th It's Safe Has been used even fof Infants for over 47 years, TrtENTALLY OEWANCED IN I CHILD Saskatoon, Mnreh over (be Jack of-Beta ot her olght year old daughter vrhotn left, in ncniaLatk, Ucitiiany, In wltki her par- ents when, she loft far Canada to join her heihc, K' us Ihe cause 'or Insanity o[ .lary Sohul, .In pollco court this morning. Hallu.-ln Iallona, culinlnracj in the thai waa being ncruceutoj, thu woman QltctuptetJ lo eml her life this morn- Ing with a pair of aclsaora. Stic hail had no won! of her child lor over two years. The uuiRlalrale e'l her lo Prince Albert Jail pcirl.'iit; ndvEcu the atlorncy-gcncnil 03 to her Lelng placed In the'asylum. Interest for the borrowora under [Qur Tliorc wng' noth'ng no cseenHal, lie vcrecd.' went on to 'say, for tlio mon ivho wanted to Eoldo on' the land than to or.n cows. Thoi lie' would have but- "Wo IJoUoi'O tlial Cbo aliifX of (0 (he (act dial [rom.1810 lo 1014 bill will bo (be Dieans of roJucIng llio! nVCiEioch liad liccn reduced In Alber- rato ol lot formrs, who ore la Ha hollered (lio till In a position to Ecuk larger loans aaVoulcl cncouruBe. llio keeping It Is certainly eclng to reduce tho Urccdlnn n( stoclt In tho .._ .v_ ..._..------- ......_ .t_ lhht lh.Q 15, tho roiltlon would.bo re- The Scldlera' BUI Ca l.i C. G, Ping la, ncdclltf, speak. in, bill us one wlio for, the brcaj or lilrasclf and his Ueoji at Hie front for seven months familj- and milk for his baWes. from Alberta, said Ihat moinl cphtlimal revenue. Tor him L, enlighten corac of the mom .year: ]Io could alspose or If tlic'y knew exact- of.hls uutler or-sell Ills milk, and iy how the boys looked at an election thereby cet a little money lo buy hta grncerlcg declared Mr. Marshall, In AMicrla. There was no iiuestloil, ho slid, (bat llio bill nofore Iho legis- lature was aa near t'lvtng tlio soldier "will ohible the (armor Tor tho [ho [roni without bringing In politics BB any bill tlial coulil be Introduced. No'better bill, lie-bcllev. Cure your next Jnnlil [Elh Cough wiih Shiloh 50c 'lot do more thin an ordinary In the administration of Lho council, and 11 would bo a ROotl mentioned tliat somo If we Joolt Block and sized be wns personally n Hint fairly und "That IE not a debatable question Mr. TwceJIo, at whlth there was geo-cral Grass inul Captain Plnglo said be tlid not Grass lieve the boya at the front w Turner and Eon Gold Lake any fart In tfic politics at tbfs week lo J. Kentlcr, a to, at all, but would hold the government to strict account when Milk. Tllvor man, ILo land they disposed of all their came back and ho thought the government, would bo able lo accept the goods t farm machinery :Tho form lies dict (hey would of here on the Mr. Hoadlcy askod If. It were feasible Lo Iho soldiers Iho and comprlEcs 010 acres, .brought the consideration of pei lb 3 why was IL not, feasible Harry CLIMAX TO HUGE CATTLE THEFTS Saskatoon, March cllma lo (ho disappearance of thousands of dollars ot cattle from (he Cor don Indian Reserve In Ihc hills mo Saturday when I IIP pro- vincial police rounded ui> a RKM< of boot ledgers vvlto confessed to selling liquor IG Indiana for Ihc purpose of making them easier vlcllins of cattle A. Sfthaaten confessed tr three cbnrges of nupplylng liquor to ;lhP rf'TsJilna ami admitted liJs crime oxton-lcil over n perlo'l of three yean. i A charge ol cattle stealing will aluo The more you know about the more part- icular you are about aroma and. flavour more you will appreciate "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. Once you have tried it, your choice will-always be Chase Sanbora's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. ID I and I pound tins. also (Ine ground (or Percolators. Never sold In bulk. rj, MONTRGAL. nUODER TREES IN NATAL 'no Mllsfnelory that a fnutory to Ilulibor oUalncd from Ircea grow- Huo El lias licun 02 lavished ID Eiig- ng extensively in Natal liaa proved Intnl. time tn Canada lo buy live- on- no other credit than the live- lleelf." '.A-iolher (ealuro of the was thai It would meet the caso or the man T.-IJO put lu 30 many six months on a homestead for tho purpose of even- tually disposing oJ ft. The only way to get such man to stay 12 months ib tho homeatcp.il 'districts waa to got llVGS'.tHit Into hie posscaaton. If a inaa four or flvo COWB, and young caitlo growing up, he would have something to lako caro of, somelhligl to arouse hie tnleiiost nnd the result WBS he rotnalnGcl on the land. 'J Arranged With Banks ]iave said the mln lalar, ''In connection" with this act to- yon.l my expectation, that Is. we liavo arrangements with' one or two banks tri the province, lo give- Iho Ihe farmers at -sis conl. ;Blralght, under this loan formation which 'the house received. .TJ'lth gflneral apnlausc. the first 6 per .cent. moncy'nny rancor In AlberU ever got eJ, could 1m plnced on the Elntulc hooka. The Idea aa ho read It, was that there would ba1 taken oul-of both political parlies' hands the election of the two nicnrtexE. The machinery ot (be election would bo In tho hands of the'soldiers :Ilc did not tbbk'Lhe war would be over as soon as some anticipated. Then lliey should rememLer that-when1 the war VHB over, It would he sorno tlmo be- ore the boys would be bach. He know hcv were not worrying how they light govern the- province and he hough! .the members of. tlia'.'leglsla- urc took tlielr rosillon too serious- VI said the caplaln, "we do Iho Amount of -money ho horrows. It bc.cn arranged with the bank, that whan ha borrows he Is to gel I'SOD, not ho'Is iiut osjiccfcrt to pay ".until, Lho and -of the i'A .man' will m- tfoduccJ lo.'a banker, .'upaloglze.- and fora loai and llicri. come Lack al the end of three months and E'VC an account of 'everything that pen-id." 35 hap "Ho has not got lo pawn lifs walck nor his tbe .minis Lor amidst a loud any thins or that klud. 'He goes Into the brink and go I a the wholo i.ivesls .It in'livestock, ami the ta'u.ker, has to do with him unlit .the end of Ihc year. Thori he pays (lie, .G lie cent. Interest or not a very large sum tor.a man Lo pay off 5 cr li cows purchased under a loan of Ibis Six Percent Is Hale he sol- tilers'were ropreseuled by their tola- lives.at homo. To some exlcnl, they- "ocaT hSi would be doubly represented. The bill toulce dlcu al tlie 'ocal Ms' read a second time, without a di- vision. The house then wont Into commit tbe last of thaVvvfeok for Missouri on business. Mr. Furrcll recently sold his farm to Fred K nubia. Mrs. Henry Thompson of M about f20 o'clock, cauGC o[ death being from turn- lore: She was about 72 years of ago. The body Tvns.laJd to rest on Tucs- tco of whole locanalder the ,n "lhe Swecl ccmo.cry. mates with Deputy Sneaker Smllli In She Q husband, four (ho chair There was sonic two slon HS to the wild land IRS by mem- lers of Lhe opposition, but Mr. Hoail-.J Tho de.itb occurred at Ottawa of ley explained that IL was not with any George Christian Idea of embarrassing Ihc mlnlslcr of formerly Ulteclor of Gco- municipal affaire. They wanted' to, logical Surveys In Canada. IF TONGUE ._ ___________ BAOr STOMACH SOUH.'CLEAN LIVEH AND BOWELS Give "California Syrup, of Ftes" rtt leaspoonful tOijuy oJten saves a sltx child LdmorroiiV- .If your liUle one Is out-oI-Borls, half- slclc, Isn't resting, eating and. q-i'.lng Mother! see If lonsuc Is coaled. This Is Q sign'lkti ITS ilttie stomach, liver and _Uqwp-la art.- cloKgcd wilh waste. When cross, tnWc, fcvprlah, sfomnch sour, brcalli had or lids slamach-ocbc, Diarrhoea, sore throat, full1 of cold, give a Lea- spoonful of "California Syrup .of nnd lii a few lioiirs all the constipated poison, food tmtl eour bile gently moves'out ol its llttlo bowcla DEPORTATION OF BELGIAN MEN LEAVES WOMEN 'AND CHILDREN MORE HELPLESS THAN EVER 'Tho that tbo without and you bayc a well, Merchants bank was the "first bank vlayful child asnin. that Had ottered the slv per cent. In- teresL r.ot.Lcen the f.rfit offer liut, Iho EOVommenL bad.lnsial- e'd Ihat Ihc money roust be sot at that. It waa pointed out Ihat the intoceat charged the farmers- In On- tario. They wcro answered that there more risk ia the new western country. "H we'arc eliminating Ihu why TvlH not (ho fanner be plao ctl on tho same Tootlne as Ihe farmer In we said, nnd the irueresl fixed at six-per cent. More than that, added the minister, had been ac- compUEhed, -If a baik had nol branch whore tho farmer lived, tlie bnink would takd his cheque on tho banK In ivbtcfr bo liad bis money antl cash It wilbout any charge for change or discount. .1 man would hnvo 10 do would .bo to' satlafy the live-stock commissioner he was a nian lhal could bo trusted with Urc-slock and could go Into tbo livestock busi- ness and a. success of H. Mr. Marshall said be was (jultc con Tin.ccl that :tbc ireasure. would have (V moro (ar-reaehLng effect than anti- cipated.. Ilo'lhojshl, once the bank ers got hold of the Idea, ilial nionaj could'be safely loaned at a lower rale of ItiterosL and it would have ttio cf feet of bringing flown Lhe rato of In tcrcsL lo men whose security was ab i1 The bill, he went on. was going to do one' or two olhcr Lbhga. H was bound to (he condKion dalrylnt; In Iho province. He say lhal during tlie i year, In Eplta ot Lho [act that tbo In conlend with Ihc tre rdendous whcflt crop Inducing eonie men 10 iiiu Liuaiiitng, lliu onlpu of dalrr buller had very largely in creased aid thai In tbe last two ycara the' output of cheese had incrcascc Irorrendoiisly. Tho output of over 19U was sovcn or eight lime: vhlcli showed llm' cbeoEc waa1 fas becoming c. vc-rr substantial Indus NORTH resl caay.aflcr giving ils harmless 'Trult because never Tnils lo clcnnsc Itlllc one's ver and bowels and" sweeten the tomacli and llicy dearly -love Us [tasant lasle. Full dircctions-for bab- es, clilldren ol all aees and for grown- pa printed on each bottle, i Beware, of connlcrlc'l [ig syrups, sk your drugsist for a accent bottle I ''Calllornla Syrup bl Iheu ee tlial it is niado by llio "California Symp Neutral protests do not prevent the Germans from continuing the dcport'aiion and enslave- mentjofthe able-bodied men .who were leU in unhappy Belgium and we are powerless to stop it until we have won the war. Meanwhile the -Neutral Commission fof Relief in. Belgium, administered without pay by grcal-hcartcd Americans, is saving the women and children from Here we CAN promptly and cfreclivcly, by giving gene- rously to the Bilyian Relict Fund. More contributions thin ever arc needed, because the higher prices of roadslufTsi parti- cularly wheat, have seriously increased the cost of feeding these millions of dependent Belp'ans. How much can yoj'spare the victims of one of the blackest, most cold-blooded crimes? v Send whatever you can pvc weekly, monthly or in cni lump 10 Local or Provincial Commi'.iecs, or SEND CHEQUKS PAYABLE TO TREASURER 53 St. Peter Street, Montreal. 'ss The Greatest Relief Work in History, Contributions may fee sent to W. A. BUCHANAN, H.P-, Chairma Belgian Relief CammUtee, LeLhbridrje, Altsrta. 'Pape'a Diancpsln'' for Sour Acid "Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time lit In flvo mlnulea all slom- dlslrcES .will .fioL No Indigestion loarlburn, aournosa .or of! gaa; acid or cmclailoog of .undigested 'ood, no dlzzlnc.13, bloating, foul breath or headache., I Tape's niarjopaln la noted for Its speed (n regulating unset stomachs, i It Is Ihc'surest, quickest and moat1 certain Indigestion remedy in Ihc )lC! world ,and besides It .19 barm- less. .Millions of men and women row cat ihclr favorite roods' wiliioul they Know Pane's Dfapcpaln save them from nny stomach mlaery., Plrasc, for-your sake, get a large fifly-cent, case I'aps's DJapppsIr Trom any, (Imp slore and put your stomach tight. Don't Veep on being Is are nol 'hfrc so nnka' your ,Fat what you like and ost it; enjoy It, without dread o', lebelHon In the'stomach..-, .belongs your homo ariyifrBy. Shoiild one of your fam- ily eftt somethlDS which don't agree them, or in case of an AH art of derangement..at Upilinja or IhiJ'nlghl, It'la lianqy lo' give Illio q-ilckeit, snrcat relief I Advertisement Unr8SBrvsdoftuctioa la I FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS On FRIDAY, MARCH 16th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK On Sec. 32-G-22, fi miles north of and 2 miles west of Magnilli. THE FOLLOWINS I roan gelitinf. S ycnra oW, nclEhl 1700 Ibs.; 1 brown gelding, ,4 years old, weight 1350 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, 3 years old, weight 1 bay mire, 9V yeara olil, welBBl 1250 Ills.; 1 black mare, S'yeara old, Ibs.; 1 brown mare. S years old, weight 1250 lus.; 1 bay marc, need, 1.150 Ibs.; 1 mare colt, rising 2 years; 1 sidille pony. young cows In calf; 6 helfera. rising 2 years, in call; .4 steers, rising 2 ycara; 1 Shorthorn bullT rising Ihrtc years.. JkCormfck binders; 1 SlcCormlck mower; 1 DccrlnR reaper; I riding cultivator; 1 -woollen harrow; 1 wagon anrl rack; 1 Irurk nnrt rack; 1 disc nlo'.igh. 3 disc; 1 3slO wajor anil 14x11 Ilaln wagon rind box; I 3'4xll wagon nr.d wtler lanls; 1 snow mcltcr anrl feed cooker; 1 To.in.l galiantzea Iron slock tank; S seta of double work harness; lu colfani; 'I hay rack: I walking -plouph; 1 disc; L press drill; 1 fanning mill; 1 single ItuEKr; I hay racV; 1 democrat; 1 set sleighs. HOUSEHOLD miscellaneous articles too mim crous lo mention. LUNCH WILL OE SERVED r TERMS CASH aboio Block Is all In Ihs best ot rcm-lltioh 'nnd slijuld niccl ot everyone wanting goo.l slock T.W. 'W. L. Auctioneer WORK HORSES and MULES iFOR Three care of the best work horses and mares that have been offered for sa'e in L-Mh- bridQe this season. Also 3 good mules. Do hot forget the Cull Sato on the 14lh al iljls LucUy A.uction Sale Register i -.Farmers or ranchcrsj If you aiictior farm1 stock'TltJ will "pay you to sec Ed, Pgpham, the Bar- ons auctioneer for dates. A sat- isfied patron Is my1 best ndver- llssment. Have'.had 30 years' expsrience in raising' and hand- ling all kinds of live stock and know Ihe value of same. This is the secret of my' success as an auctioneer. FOLLOWING SALE DATES ARE RESERVED. WEDNESDAY, MARCH Burt Lebar, farm sale, Albion nidge. MARCH V at old Barr Hill Posl Office. 'WEDNESDAY, "MARCH C. 5. Noble, annual sale at West Farm, S. W. Nobleford. Ed. Popham, The'Barons Auclioneer At'New Dayton On 15 Commencing at 2 a'clock aharj the Following. 30 head of farm horses, rang- ing from 3 to 3 years old. These horses are Alberta raised ane cllmalized. Wfnlsred on farm. ALSO SOME NEW AND S ONO HAND HARNESS TERMS CASH H. O. ROLLAG Owner .Owncv will J.A. SMITH AutHoneer 15 very Shorlhorr ;bulls al Ihc Leihhrldgr Sale -Barn about Marcli I5lh, SALE ttocii anri inipiEinents On Tuesday, March 20th, AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP, AT COMMENCE LIVERY BARN This Sale Is Unreserved ae Proprietor Has Bold His Farm, (cam 3000 lbs.f 7 nnd 9 years old; 1 learn foldings, 2400 G'aiid' 7 years old; i learn geldings, 6 anil S ycara old; l team niaics, 2400 Ibs., 5 nnd C ycara old, with foal; 1 brown geMlng, iSOO Ibs., 5 years old; 1 team inares, 1300 )bs., 5 anil S yearn old; 1 bay gcliling, 1200 Ibs., years old; 1 sorrel mare, 1200 Ibs., 3 years 2 inarea rising 2 years old; I gelding rising 2 years old; l hay marc, 1100 Ibs., C years driver; 1 bay griding, 3100 Iba., 5 years old, single driver. llolsleCii cpws, and 5 years old, duo lo fresh first part o[ Aiirll; 1 grade.Jersey coup, 3 years old, fresh about threu weeks and heUcr call by aide. 2 uroorl sows, due to farrow about week In May; about BO. chldicns; about 5 3 ducks; 2 sela ot heavy double team'" harness, nil in.good shape; 2 eels of double light 6 sots of number at extra collars, bridles; 1 brown bear top robe; 1 goat toil robe; 2 cloth lined Inp robca; 4 pairs heavy horse hlankets; 1 wagon, triple grain boi; i wagon, double grain TJOX; .2 heavy Umber ivagona; 1 light dray; 2 water tanks; i tank pump; 1 ivagon box; 1 Jiay rakp; 4 bundle racks; 3 Einglc buggies; 1 new sulky plow; 1 moving'machine; 2 demo- crat wagons; 1 double 'scaled sjirrcy; 1 new buggy, polo and 2 cutters; I set bob sleighs; 1 pony saddle; I Magnet crcnm separ- ator; 1 churn; forks; shovels; 2 slock saddles .nnd a number ot other articles too numerous lo mention, ALSO ONE FIVE ROOM HOU9E IN GOOD SHAPE. About'300'bushels'pt oats; nliout 20 tons of pressed hay. and.. one slack of loose Hay 10 tons.) Also blacksmith jShop; 14ilG, and n large number ol Llack- sinlili teals; and on'o Livery Barn liolJIug 20 head of liori-es and' lean built lo the barn.y TERMS CASH., J, A, SMITH, E, J. ENGLISH GEORGE STAPLES, Auctioneer. Clerk Proprlttor Have Just Imjiovtcrt Ivbm Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 3 12 rci'chcrons, 1 ISelgian and 1 Fi'cncli Draft: JOLIMETZ 117417, bark Grey, Foaled 1914, weightV' about 1ECO lus. 105157. Black, Foaled May 8, 1914. wtlght about 1700 Ibs. BRILLIANT 54335. Black. Foaled June 8, 1906, weight about ItOO Ibs. No. 1D3382. Grey. Foaled May 5, 1914. No. 1I335S. Grey. Foaled March ZO, 19H, weight about 1EOO Its. No. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, wclQht about 1EM Ibs. No. 96124. Black. Foaled June 7, 1912, weibhl about 2100 Ibs. No. 73D53. Black. Foaled June 28, 1910, weight about 1SDQ Ibs. 67612 Black. Foaled June 4, 1906. Imported from France November 1903- No. 63058, Grey. Foaled. April'20, 191D. Imported from France Auriust 191V, weight about 2200 Ibs. No. 53352 Black, Foaled April 3, 1905. Imported from France 1907. 1 MASTER DEXTER. Black. Record No. 122925. Foaled June 24, 1514. Draft Stallion Black. Record No. 26612. Foal- ed August iSth, 1314. Stnlllon. Roan. Record No. 9405. Foaled June 11, 1914, about' 1COO.' f' Tlicie- stallions have been purchased from one of largest breeders and'importers on the American continent. Thny have been hoiirjht worth the money and arc priced'to sell. WJII also exchange for good farm horses. t FOR SALE AT THK EETIIBKIDGE SALE 35AKX. H. O. ROLLAG, OWNER ;