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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; MARCH Expected to Extend Imiinrtafil Meeting of "i'iw Council CFrom Our Own Corrfspondml) PlucbTr Creclt, March imuorlanl buslucss Kas tbicugh lu town last Friday, when II Mclnlosli. ol Cardslou, icrcMiiery business Irom Mr. Mr. Mclnlosli Is n lo take vosscsslou in auout a fortnlghl nnd Irom nil accounls go in for moro e mouej. T II TwccJls, CeiHro r lerrcJ lo wlial'hc ns t exclusive illslrlbutlon I'o'.ts In lh. -ear ISIS and cbiracJ Llul 11, done (or roWlcal imriiobc? clecllon year. tii -A I IIVJU PcHcr said that WRS a demand (or eonslmcllcm lu 1513 from all lhe province, auj lie as rep- resents Lacombe. was rrciiarc.l o tear bts of (or lhe department purchasing these iKst was the tor yu.....j borrow the Crawford, Edmonton ject to nil tho liability ot (he discussion ol tlio esllmalo Tor llio provincial iclorljarinn, Hon. Dun- can Marshall Informed' Hie houso thai Iho enforcement of Iho urovlElons of Iho of nuluiala acl was entirely n tho founds of tho Dominion offici- als unt as they did nol oiiiorco the act', In rejard lo Iho poison weeds rtidi were a fairly rroiiocnl csuso of nmont iinlmalE Ihle pattar attended to by Iho provlridul of- ficial. During Iho last tour o[ tho demonstration train ho Ind an apart- ment [urnlehed in which he exhibited Iheso weeds so tuat farmers ullfiht be- COLUO familiar wllh them, llowovei. COLUO a the work of the vettrjnarlnn was ninrlly teaching in the schools. oles' i tint (ho neul uower Mr. Tweedle, so much concern than heretofore. This district is IJrnl for u croamery business ami uo douU Mr. MdntoBh will be amply repild lor elvlug 1'incher Creek the Mr. A. I when nuking a change. Frecbalrn so long connect- Is at pres- a complete j' w'n'h" the Fraser nro5, rnl In the East buying of dryuoods. to reopen the oW stand In tho Hunt- cr block In the near future under the uarae of L. Freebalrn i Co., Ltd. The W 51 S. of lhe Knoi Presby- terian church on Thursday afternoon last presented Mrs. on tho eye Dl Her departure lor her new home in Cranbrook a membership nnd also a bcaullful cut class vase. The address rvarta Iiy The president, Sirs. Lew and lhe pres-1 cntallon by llrs. Denies. Mrs. Wright In her usual sincere manner accept tie token of regard nnd espressed her appreciation and also her regret in leaving so many loyal friends. the, service on Sunday even- leg at which the correlation and choir lhe Methodisl church joined In 1311 through bis constilueiic> lo ilen up conlrncls. MrT Stewart: "Were there no peti- tions Mr Cmwfoid: "No. Mr. Stewart: "Aro you sure of Mr. .Crawford replied ho was told Ibere were none. Mr. Stewart: wanl lhe member to be careful In his statements. _ A Doubtful Statement Mr Cnwfon) stated Ihero wore no Billions from the Cooking Lafcc dls- assertcd there was no cou- of lhe business of the government bo die done by orders In council (nought thai they should all bo published In ibo Alberla Gazette, rrcroler Slftoii said tha( nt lhe prcsont llmo all or ders havius tho effect ol law, were published in the Gazelle. So far as railway mailers were concerned he had no objection to Ihem appearing la Iho Gnzelto Tbey concerned the pub lie lo Bomo esleut. AUoruoy-Gcnera salil that all the orders In couu clVwcre published except those iclat ing to railway matlcre. cnoir ui me 7 tbc Rev. Wilkinson assisting Mr. Wright n presentation of a nurso of roU was rnada by Miss McKinnon to t'ha deparlins pastor and .an n'Wress read by_.Mr. W. A.1 Boss. ?.lr. and Mrs Wright and Ullle son will leave Ehonly for their new field ot labor In Cranb rook- Mayor Returns Mayor Allison returned from his (rip East on Saturday last, and is firmly convinced lhat our old lime friends ot the east have failed IQ keep cosleo. with.the vast importance of tie Southern part of lhe province. He too has joined the of those ivho have said "Tl? EOOO to be here again. The seating capacity of lhe council chamber -pas laved lo its uimoat on Monday night at lhe council meeting. The m'nyor and councillors were all iresent "and everyone seemed in fine consequently a tremendous amannt discussion was Indulged In during lhe evening, and dehbera- tiorii lasted nearly eleven fte principal discussion cenlered around tha visit of H. Oliver Idaf last. He had pnl up a-couple o proportions lu the, town at a specia mcctlng.'The first one was that an op- tion on the mill for sil months, an the' was lhat of Installing a internal combustion oil burning .elec trie plant which he was lo Instal In ex chan-a lor tne plant now being used Councillor Lehel objected strenuousl glvjog an opiioS in tha mill (o Eli months without any guarantee o deposit- The agreement drawn up between the toim and Mr. Oliver was read and after the matter was thoroughly a motion sign the agreement with beriuse the conslitucncy was represented by n Conservative. Mr. Puller doubled the member's stale- Itat there had been no peli- lons If that were so. his constltu ncv was different to others, rctt Ion's had been sent In from Ucomhe vigorous campalEn for construction had been Inaugurated, the poles were distributed, but the money was celved too late for work lu 1913. Mr Tweedle replied that money hai teen' voted freely, and he claimed that; Ihe estimates showed there wa available. H rot, h to say there was no money an he- asserted that the explanation wa that the money had .used for rc- placlcg Hon. .__ plant. Mr. Stewart's Renly Stewart said lhat lh Hon. argument of the opposition, that tber was ho construction in certain const luendes because they had Conserv tlre members failed because the sam applied to bolh sides of Ih house.. Then as to the places where as staled' poles had leen left, all o them with one eiception were natural IstribuUng points. What he wanted lo make clear In (Public Auction) On March 17th ONE O'CLOCK P.M. runnel's' R-cd Until, Lcthbriilge, Altai 20 TIOKSE8 20 Tcnm of nrey marcs, welnM ibi-l team of geldings, wetflM 1300 Ibs arey r'lre, welnht 1200 nnd coll; orty geld- r weight IbV; grey -gelding, weight 1300 Ibs; bay O.ldlr.g, welnht 1250 Ibs brown mare, weight 11W Ibs.; arey gelding, weight U 0 Ib sadd e'horse, weight 1009 team of black gelding., weight 1400 Ibs.: tram cr bay weight I400 Ibs; slnnle driver, weight One fourth cash, balilice eight months time-. Pur- rlianer to olve aboroved lien note bearing eight per cent. Interest p annum' A discount of five per cent, will be given where Entitled to bred .lock. On the same date will also sell for P. M. Scroggln, 3 mares, (J years old weight about 1250 Ib..; also 3 grey geldings, weight EachoMe above owners are runchers of Wilson ,Alta., and are movlno the above stock to Lethbrldgo for convenience of sale. H I! GARRISON, G. P. DEARDORFF AUCTIONEERS ._____ TRACTORS Possets A VER Y QUALITY ALL EXPERIENCED THRESHERMEN ANO PLOWMEN KECOQ. NIZE-'AVERY" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION ..ANO PER- FORMANCE. Three IE r. tl" Averx Tractor to lit every size AVery Oil Tractora ore equipped with double carburetor inrl they burn Kerosene perfectly. Avery Tractors cost lest lo to run, I Prlete and terms are riant. Ltt ui you deUllf, Tractors'demonstrated every ifay at our Warehouse, MciyiAHON MACHINE Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALOEHTA NEW WALL TILING 1 nml Is attached by metal fasteners Now tllliiB tor'walls mid ceilings that enter Ihe bacH ct each tile, sav- has grooved cclecs' ttal fit HIE tho UBO o[ comcnt. i IEUT-C'OL FONSECA p 'of .Canada, has teen struck from Ilio 1 REMOVED FROM MILITIA strength of Iho mllllary district and Winnipeg, Mar. 13.-Uoul.-Col. A. loses his rank, occonltng to m ac- C formerly officer com- nouncement made In war office or- m'andlug the 107th Datlallon, _____________________ Mar. [plomallc reports from reprcscnla- Ives of neutral governments in Mexico massing througli here on the way to ;uroiie are to tho effect that the Ger- nUu banks In Meiico City and the Icrnian legation there are guiding virtually tho entire financial and dlp- omallc affairs of Mexico.. Important j AUCTION SALE HE PROPOSED TIMES G. Farnum, to Wed Viols Trueman, 16, Betrothed at 5 Years. Viols. Evelyn True- man a sUteen-ycar old .Rosbury girl, will be married March Marry G. Farnum, 31 years'old, o[ 410 Riverside Drive, Neiv York, lo whom ;she was belrolhed on her (iflh birthday. Miss Trucmau's parents h'ad lo. give their consent at City Hall because of her age. Vhen Mr. Farnum wa? a student at Cornell he proposed on a visit to the Trueman home: Lillle, Viola and Mrs Tas uu ,-T over since til recenllv, wben nc was onstlluency because ol pollMs.and mi he wassupuosed lo bear fla proipec made by the member for Lentre Lai garv in view of tUe fact that lhat eity 'which nad returned three oppo- Elilon members had a splendid ei- change. creeled by the department. live son-Inlaw- Mr. Farnum. In telling of his en gasement, said: the' minister declared, n iiad no justification lor his statement "When 1 asked Mrs. Tnieman to daughter's hand nt the time Viol only live.-' It wasn't a boyls that money 'voted was utilized in re- pair work and maintenance. Let him go where he'lifced, hVwonld find .the lines maintaJned by the, department }n eicellent condition and that the ser- vice was- efficient and he could' find out for himself on investigating that repairs, acd that maintenance ;were. to: the revenue account from year .to year. Not n dollar had gona Into 'construction, the minister de- clared, out' of borrowed money. The majority of the poles bought in 1312 and- 1913 had been used in construc- tion since- The department, satd Mr. Stewart, might make mistakes like pranH. and she understood me as 3h bas through these years, and consen ed. Her rather tried lo1 laugh my pla "downl He has tried it for eleven year Now, however, he knows I am seriou and admits thai 1 was .when I fir popped tie question. 1 believe I hav been refused Viola's hand by._ h father at least times." On Tuesday, March 20th, 1917 At the Ranch of the Alberta Land and Live Stock Co. in Township 2, Range 21, 25 miles South ol Magrathj on the Milk River. THERE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AND WITHOUT RESERVE, A LARGE QUANTITY OF Farming Implements and Machinery including John Deere 8 ft. hinder; seed drills; JlnssEj-Harrls and John Deere Mowers; John Deere 14-ln. 5ang plow; John Deere Pin rang plow; John Deefo discs; packers; set: steel harrows: sets of sleighs; democrat: buggy; 3 sets heavy harness; 1 set hamesa; lannlns- mill; I.H.C. gasoline engine ami Imrse rake- walking plow; 'Iwo saddles; large quantily o[ no-wire W, BUSHELS BARLEY, ABOUT. 250 BUSHELS OF WHEAT, and alarge variety of smaller articles. Abo a quantily o. Household 'Furniture Arid there wi'lV also be offered for sale Bushels of Rye r In lots to suit purchasers', and about 100 Head of Mares ami 'Geldings .Broken ind'Unbroken SALE WILL COMMENCE AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.- SHARP I. FREE LUrJCH SERVED. AUCTIONEERS: c. p. DEARDORFF. Auctioneers' Office, Lethbrldge, Phone 770. AUCTION SALE farm Stock and Implements On Tuesday, March 20th, AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP, AT COMMERCE Sale la Unreserved LIVERY BARN as Proprietor HaB Sold His Farm. HORBES-1 team geldings, 3000 Ibs., 1 and 0 yeura old; 1 team reldlngs, 8100 Ibs., 6'and 7 years old; 1 team Bold nga, 0 and 8 years ola; team marcs, 2400 Ibs., 6 and 5 years old, with foal; 1 brown gelding, 1300 Iba., 6 ycara old; 1 team 1300 IniyS and S'.y'para old; 1 bay gelding. 1200 Ibs., old; 1.sorrel mare-1200-lhs, 3 years marea rising 2 yrara old; 1 Eoldlng S 3 years old; 1 hay maro, HOD Ibs., 6 years old, alngta driver; 1 bay gelding, 1100 Ibs., S years old, single driver: Ilolslcin cows. 1 and 5 years old, duo to fresh first Erailo Jersey cow, 3 years old, fresh, about Uireo vi-er.ka and heifer calf by side, 2 brood sows, duo to farrow about first week In May; about.BO chickens; about 5 turkeys; 3 ducks; 2 sets of heavy ..double team harneei, all In good shape; 2 sets of doublo light harness 6 sets of single hnrncss; n number ol eitra collars, lines and bridles; 1 brown bear lop robe; 1 goat top robe; 2 cloth lined lap pairs -heavy, horse blankets; 1 wagon, triple grain wagon, box: 2 heavy timber wagons', 1 light 2 water isnka; 1 lank 1 wagon boi; 1 hay ijlimiio 3 single buggies; 1 new Bulky plow; 1 mowing 2 .demo- 'c'rat wagons; 1 double scaled aurrcy; 1 new- buggy, polo "2 cutters; 1 set bob sleighs; 1 pony Magnet cream acpar, chiirn; forks; stock saddles anil a nuuiber.ol other articles loo numerous to mention.' .ALSO ONE FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN GOOD SHAPE. "About 300 bushels of 20 tons of ono stack of loose Hay (about 10 tons.) Also blacksmith sllop, 14ilC, and a large number of black- smith tools; and one Livery Barn holding 20 head; of horses and lean built to the barn. TERMS CASH. j A E. j. ENonstt GEORGE STAPLES, .Auctioneer Clerk j, .Proprietor greement wiin uoimcmui cbelail obnTasaLt the. motion, any other department but he decidedly The was taken up eiceplloj to tie slatemenl that ___ ,bn rtnon, i ?r rl m mat nn harf laken OtaCe be- later. Oliver wants the steam planl'at the power, house in eachange for the 60 h.p. oil burning plant which, he will install presumably in the mun- icipal building, using certain parts of tiro old plant bnt supplying lie en- Bine, tanks, etc- Severe! phases of Ihls question were Investigated at tie meeting and all seemed in faror of making lie change eicept toe mayor. He is ol the opinion ilal in turning over the steam plant Ihe town would he giving up loo much for what they vrould get In return. But it WES point- ed out tial lie-present plant Is al- together loo large for the load carried aiffl lie operating large in proportion expenses wcro At present the li-crlmination had laken place be- jusa of a .constituency had been so unfortunate to elect a representative an the opposition side of the house- -Phoney' Spent at Hal The charge that there was retalia- tion was nol -true. Hon. C. R. Milch- ell -i-ald it hardly supported the claim of retaliation tbat a considerable sum of money had been spent in Medicine Hat by the "government In connection with telephones alter the defeat ol their candidates in 1313. He pointed out that prior to the year J913, appli cations hsfi received for a mile age of 1600 of rural lines. It was in consequence of that Ihe department bad embarfced on a more extensive clephpne. pplipy than.usual. Of that iSOO; asked for by petition, the dcjart- nent had bulli same 3000 miles. As lo aoney borrowed, he might inform, the house thai although 00 had been voted for telephone purposes in 1013 a large amount of the money was Why Piles? Frw Trial of PjiamiiTPila Treat- tttiit "Will Answer tho Questum Zmpbalically. i" r--------- plant la going back every year with no outlook (or better conditions. After each of .tie councillors had aired his views, the mayor was still unconvinc- ed and suggested that the matter be left until it could be more [ully inves- tigated and eipert opinion secured. He also was of tie opinion that better terras could be made than those submitted. The matter was laid over until further word Is received from Jlr. Oliver. During the evening a letter was read trom John Kemrais, M.UA., ask- ing lhat arrangements be made for a meeting on Saturday night lo prepare iJM _. for the handling of [arm help which )fie le_ had been used R. n. Bennett is bringing from the I, there were scarcely 2IU. more on U. S. A Commit tec 'was appointed to attend lo this Important matter and consumed In paylnp lor telephone con Elriicllon la previous years, the moa ey for Tchlch had been raised, in a temporary way. There was no lloii, said the raialaler, about the bona fide Intention ot the gOTcrnment go- ing on with construction, but money was lacking, but by the construction 1314 and 1515 a large quantity ol "Hello 1 Seed Me Tour case is no worse than wero tte cases of many, wbo try ITils remarkable Pyramid Pile Treatment and who have since written us let- ters bubbling over with Joy and thankfulness. Test It at our expense by mailing; the Lelovr conTion, or pet o N'c hoi Trona yanrdnjfElit now. Tote aacuLstlULe, AUCTflQN SALE Farm Stobk and Implements ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21st COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP Al N. W. W-5-18, :-2y2 miles 8. W.-'of New Dayton 1 team of greys'.' about 1300 Ibs., 0. years old; 1 team of greys. about I'OO Ibs 0 years old; 1 team ol mares, about Ibs, 0 and to be requested to mate taown their requirements. reaulrcd ,or pur- complaint of the FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYP.AM1D DP.OG COMPAKT. Pyramid Building. Marshall. Mich: Xiidly BPnd me a. Free of rile Trcntuacal, in plain wrapper. Street 'I binders- 1 fanning mill; portable grain elevator on trucks, steel water link (ten barrel wlffi 13 barrel wooden water tank rJomolete with tank on trucks; about 5 sets of harness ana a lot artides to" bumerous lo mention; 5 horse power Galloway on tfti sold he will- not require the equlpmenl lo work his own farm and stock and lialjd her. be soloV EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD, NO RESERVE, TERMS CASH TA. SMITH. Auclloneec JOHN FOHSLIN, Owner he ASQUITH TO REPLY London, Mar. Premier AEcjuith will haTC an opportunity to rep-r 111 the hcuse of commons next week lo Ite report ol lhe Dardanelles commission, which levelled criticisms at the manner tte expedition ivas con ducted by the Asqulth .Andrew Bonar Law, o the exchequer, promised today to mov adjournment of the house on Monda or Tuesday, at which lime Mr. quilh i ment.. (or Soulh le ,he ,acl lhat phone construction was held up In Ihe Lake district hecanse until ecently there had not been a road long which the line could be con- tructeu. Soldiers' Wills Provision for lhe making of wills l be able to make hh slate reported .Mr. Asouith's rep! consist largely of a defense o the lale Lord Kltctencr. YDO'CAN DO BETTER- DRYGOODS. MEN5WEAR. BOOTS ft SHOES NORTH LETHBRIDCE by soldlera in actual military service or Bailors made on lhe act re- specting wills standing In the name ol the attorney-general, (or Ecrond reading 1n the legislature. H la pro- vided that natwilhslandirjs they are nol of the age of 21, they may dispose ot personal properly under the law England "as It Elood on July 15, 1STO, and also that they may dispose of real or personal property by will e'Ened by themselves, which need not be In any particular lorm nor require B-iy attesting witness or witnesses. These provisions will have retroactive effect from August 1st, 1014. Another section provides thai a married woman In respect or leala- meDUry disposlllpns of both real and shall be umlcr no disability whatsoever heretofore ex- isting by reason of her coverture, or otherwise but shall In reaped oT the bare all the rights and be sub- SHEEP FOR SALE 3 CARS OF FIRST CLASS EWES DUE TO LAMB ABOUT APRIL 1ith. APPLY c. itAiry PHONE 717 ALEXANDEH HOTEL StieepforSale About 1500 claca breed- ing ewes in A 1 condition. This is a choice lot- Apply W. P. Fleming CAHOON HOTEL, CARDSTON Or Phone W43I7, Cilgary. 79-6 WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O, E. HALL, TENTH ST. S. Friday Next, March 16 AT TWO P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE A OF VERY STjrERIOR FUKNITURE REMOVED FROM THE LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE ....Kor convenience o( sale. Including very line brass bed com- plete wllh coil spring am! fell fine mahogany chiffonier; oak dressers; massive oak easy choir, In leather; quarter cut oak llbiary lable- splendid large rocker In solid lealhcr; Morris chair, sanitary lounge; oaS dining cbalra; child's crib, complete; single bed complete;