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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAIICH HARDING AND HIS CABINET NINfc Decide Time For Less Wheat Growing Has F. A. Hears Speakers (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGHATH, Mar. Tuesday, March 8th, a public meetitg held under tho auspices ot tho U. F. A. loc- al to continue tho discussion of a local Hour mill. Mr. Trickle, general nger of the Allis-Chaimer Ltd., of Can-1 present and gave some val-; liable Information regarding small flour mills in particular. The local peo- j pie are determined they will not pay j such exorbitant prices for flour they have been doius this fall. Wei liavo been paying as much for flour; as when wheat was 53.00 per bushel, j Mr. Trickle recommended for toe' district a mill, op- crated by n Bcisimer crule oil en-j gine. This mill is known as the 20th! Century, and Is' highly recommended by the Allis-Chalmers people. Also a trritton guarantee is given that the inill will give satisfaction. There is one being installed at Three Hills, and a great many in oper- ation in Eastern Canada. The farmers are certainly taking a U. S. Cabinet. This is the flrst picture ever taken of the new from left to rUht are- Secretary of'War John Weeks, Secretary of Treasury heated, rrom leu 10 nfim. __i I.MW n Den Andrew E. Mellon. Secretary of State Chas. E. Harry M. Daugherty, tslli of kidney trouble. The moit s prompt relltf is obtiinsd by usipg Dr. Chise't KUiMjr-linr Pills, the J well-known homt treitmont. One doss. 2Sc. i box, ill dealers. Dr. Chases 1 W Secretary keen Interest In till enterprise for when they see tho figures of the pric- es paid for wheat and the price paid for flour they wonder where the prof- There is also a great deal of talk hero regarding taltlag over the power plant and operating from the crude oil engines of the mill. Friday Evening Meeting On Friday, March llth, the regular meetings o ftho Magra'.h U.F.A. and V. F. W. A. were held in the town hall, President Chris Jensen occupying the chair, ftwing to the ladles not beins able to occupy the lower room they met -with the U. F. A. Mr. Elmer Ririe, secretary of the local Agricultural Society, gave a splendid report of the recent agrloul :ural society convention held iu Cal- gary. The dates set for Mtgrath fair are August 8 and 9. Miss Suttaby, teacher of economics in the agricultural college at Ray- mond, gave a- very interesting and instructive address on home econom- ics taking as her theme "Food Valuea." Many ot the superstitious beliefs were explained away regarding our eating from a scientific viewpoint; also why so many housewives worry over what should be prepared for the meals dur- ing the day. If they knew the compos- ition of our .foodstuffs the worry would cease and the work would he made Tfte incnoiarum Will relieve.the pain of bruises and small hurts. IH Ole Benson Found by Friend in Lone Before Reaching Cranbrook Fiaet, deputy minister of militia, the iirst clear statement regarding the bundling of tho profits of the C.B.F. canteens. This statement was address- !cd to C. Grant McNeil .secretary of the Dominion command ot the U. W. V. A. I Major General Fiset. after a prelim- inary statement, points out that an agreement was made with Britain for Canada to share in the profits ot these canteens from the time the Can- adians first began to deal in France up to April 30, 1910. when business of these canteens was transferred to 'the. army and .navy canteen board. Under the- agreement arrived at the I basis of settlement is to be as follows: British troops for each man day, one share. Canadian troops tor each man day, 1 share. Australian troops for each man day, (From Our Own Correspondent) CRANBROOK, Mar. body of Olo Benson, a .well known trapper i i share. of this section was brought in to the Kcw Zealand troops for each man his lone cabin at the head of Perry j The above proportions are based on Creek, a distance of about thirty-five the spending powers of the different miles out.-For many years Benson's bodies of troops. figure has been a familiar one around I No balance sheet has been issued i tho city, but this winter his health! HP to the present time nor has any i had not been of the best, and he was I statement heen roc'elved from the ex- j urged by most of his friends not to peditionary force'.canteen indicating j go out on his trap line this season. He! tha profits fur any period. The cent-j persisted, however, and about a week ral Canadian fund has, however, re-1 or more ago he was found by Guaiccived an ot A GREAT BOON There are many mothers, nervous and rundown in vitality, to whom Scott's Emulsion would be a great boon. It's' the very genius of Scott't Emultion to build strength. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative DISMISSES LEAVE TO APPEAL LONDON, March (Camullan As- iciated privy council idny dismissed two petitions for avo to appeal, ono being tho case of tandard Bank ot Canada versus Me- Crosnan, from Vtncomer, ud oth- er from Walsh vereui McKeuiit %ND Nova a-olla, their lordsiipi InK I hat tlwy must decline to allow appeals from the supreme court of Canada, oiccpt In very circumstances. Smoke For enjoyment, fill your pipe with Cuticura Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin ...iss Suttaby has a Terr pleasing manner and her address enjoyed by all. A question of great importance to the people .was aeit taken up by Mr. Matthews, assistant superintendent of the Dominion experimental farm, Leth- bridge. Slips. Is a question every [farmer in Magrath should carefully study. The process of raising -high priced wheat is about over. 'Vfe have a splendid creamery establishment lying idle for the want of cream and milk to operate same. Mr. Matthews dealt extensively with the advantages of silos In our agricultural districts, the different types of silos, their construction, the different kinds of silage, their feeding values, the proper'amount of seed to sow for each crop, how to sow i'., and the cultivation of the growing crop. Discussion then followed and a great many questions were asked Mr. Jvlatthews, showing the farmers were keenly Interested in this proposition. Magrath will never be .what she should be agriculturally until there is a silo built on every farm in Ma- grath area, and the continuous curling smoke coming from our creamery smokestack. Mrs. Ezar Briggs Tendered a vocal solo. On Thursday, March 17th, will be held .the Relief. Society Reunion pro- gram at four o'clock sharp, after which luncheon and social time and dancing will take .place. All married I people are cordially invited to attend, and have the best time of the season. The ladies are requested to bring pic- nic baskets. .The coldest weather of the winter and the most snow is here. Saturday night was a cold one. Everyone hoping it will soon warm up. The district conference of the "Wo- men's Institute will he held ill Taber, March 22nd and 23rd. Delegates will be in attendance from every organisa- tion in this district. A splendid pro; gram is arranged and a good time in store for all who attend. I Theis, a fellow trapper, who has cabin four miles or so from "Benson's, _ very precarious condition, and scarcely able, on account of scurvy, to help" himself. Theis and Benson fre- quently saw each other when out in .._ the hills, and it was on account of its affairs Is bouad to be a lengthy the former not having seen anything process. November 27 (i5'3, 11s, lid" on account up to Decem-j her 31, 1917. Although, as stated] above, the busiues? was closed on May 1, 1919, since the canteens operat- ed in every part of -.the world, it can be understood that -the liquidation of t of Benson for an unusual length of time that led him .to investigate the reason. Making Benson as comfort- able as possible, his friend prepared for the long hike over the snow to this city for help. About, the middle of last week he left again with two others, Isaac Burtch, and A. Wise, oil] the return trip, to bring the sick man. in. It is a trip ot considerable diflV culty at the present time, a good deal of the .way tha snow being so deep as to necessitate mushing on snow- shoes. Benson was past human aid when help reached his cabin, and the three rescuers "brought out the body, arriving back in the city Saturday afternoon. Little is known of Benson, though he had been in the district a long time. He hailed from Sweden, and so far as is known had no relatives in this country. last, the war office stated that it was hoped to be possible to notify the pro- portion of profits due to the Canadian forces in a month or so; and the war office is now being pressed In this regard- ELECTRIC WELDING in our shop han reached its highest gtate of perfection, and we guarantee results achieved by our specialists. Welding of metals under our super- vision produces genuine economies by avoiding replacements of parts, de- lays, etc. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbridge Hotel. People's Forum A CORRECTION Editor Herald: your issue' of March 7 ap- peared a news which my name was mentioned as having received a of the late the bequest under Mr. Sil'ton. I would appreciate your courtesy in publishing this letter which is written i'or the purpose of .'denying the state- ment. 1 war not the recipient of a be- quest and have no desire to be given that to I am not en- Accepc "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless phyaic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say Advertisement. CANTEEN PROFITS T. W. QUAYLB. Ottawa. MEXICAN RAILWAY STRIKE SETTLED Major-Gen. Fiset Issues Report which began the middle of February, Showing How Profits Were Divided OTTAWA, Mar. today. Messages have bnen sent liy (lie union leaders to the men's throughout the re- public calling off the strike, and it is Dominion government: probable Uio mnn will return to their has issued, through" Major General duties during the day. ASPIRIN Bayer" is only Genuine HAMON LETTERS INADMISSIBLE A'RDMORE, Okla., Mar. written by Jake L. Hamon to Clara Hamon, on trial 6harged with the oil millionaire's murder, were ruled in- admissible as evidence today. The defense .formally rested after an e.T- ception to the court's ruling had been noted and the state began tlon of rebuttal testimony. j wiuiuui ram UJV Magic! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with lingers. Doesn't hurt a bit. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of a few cents, sufficient to remove every bard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses. NOTICE TO FARMERS AND ENGINE OWNERS I Have Opened Up a New Oxy-Acetylene Welding Shop at G. GowinY Blacksmith Shop Call and sec me about that welding job you will have to get done before you aairt to work this spring. 330 4TH ST. S. HARVEY G. GOWIN PHONE 1061. I Warning! It's criminal to take chance on any substitute tor genuine "'Bayer Tablets of prescrib- I ed by physicians for twenty-oils years and "proved safe by millions. Unless you see tho name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting As- I pirin at all. In every Bayer package i are directions for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache. Lunibago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Made In Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark (registered in Can- adah of Bayer Manufacture of Mono- aceticacidester of Salicylic-acid. r" STOMACH 0. K. Tho a ordinary bool'J flic, mil! 01" KOllllfl. Indigestion, Acidity, Sourness i i and Cases ended with j "Pape's'Diapepsin' millions of people know that it ia needless to be bothered with Indlges- I tliin. dyspepsia or a disordered stom- ach. A few tablets of I'ape's Dia- pepsin neutralize acidity and five relief at once. When your meals don't fit and you I fr.el uncomfortable, when you belch acids or raise sour. jlond. When you feel lumps of indi- i pain, heartburn or heoclaclie, 1 (rom acidity, iuat eat a tablet of I'lipn's Dlapiipsln and the stomach clis- j tivss is gone. I The cost is so little. Th. benylU d so great. You, too, will a TJia- iiaiii enthusiast afterward-a. 'ines "M-1E Lowlands oflnclia and Ceylon produce the heaviest the Upland] the finest qualities. Clwse 6C Sanborn's CEYLON AND INDIA BLACK TEA it Upland with of its natural and Stvor unynpairtd. In aoft and gentle hillsicU sumhint, beneath moiiture ladtn breezes, the alowlf iu growth tnd fulliww of delectable individuality that makes this rapturt of joy to the true tM lover. CHAftE A SANBORN, QIM. IT IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 1468 315 8TH ST. S. AUCT1ONJALEJ FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On the old Dairy Ranch of Lloyd Devine, 2 south of the Jail, 5Vz miles southeast of Lethbridge ON FRIDAY, MARCH 18TH AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP ABOUT 30 HEAD OF CHOICE SELECTED DAIRY COWS 10 high-grade, Hoisteln Cows; o Ayrshire Cows; 7 Durham Cows; 6 Heifers, 2 years old, supposed to he in calf; 4 Calves, high grade; 1 Hoi- stein Bull, coming 3 years old; 1 one-year-old Steer. Bay Mare, S years old, in foal; 1 Black Mare, S year" foalTl Brown Gelding, S years old; 1 Black Gelding rising 3 years: 1 Black Gelding, rising 2 years; -Driving; Team, 8 years old; 1 Bay Team, matched, 8 years old, weight 2800 Iba. WAGONS, IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-3 Lumber Wagons with Tanks; 2 Truck Wasons: 2 Hay Racks; 1 Staude-Tractor on Ford car com- Diets- 1 Staude-Tractor attachments for Ford car; 1 McCormick Corn Binder; 1 Corn and Potato Cultivator; 1 Massey-Harrs Dlsc.Harrow; 1 Double Disc Drill, with Engine Hitch and Horse, Engme Gang Plows extra Breaker Bottoms; 1 John Deere Sulky Plow- 1 Ditcher and Grader; 1 Float; 1 Massey-Harris Binder; 1 Mower; 1 Hay Hake; 1 Deerlng Stacker; 2 Bearing push Rakes; set Lever Harrows, 5 sections; 2 Drills; Harrow Cart- 1 Heavy Democrat Wagon; 1 Ford Car; 1 Hog Self-feeder, Wheelbarrows; 1 Power White Washing Machine; 1 Feed Grinder; rCt PuTper 1 belt power Emery Grinder; 1 Fordson Pulley; 1 Fannmg Mill; 1 2% horsepower Gasoline Engine; 1 Auto Top for McLau-hlin Auto; 1 DeLaval Cream Separator, No. lo, 1 Gram PicWer 1 Grinds one; 3 sets Double Harness; Shovels, Pitch Forks, Hoes i Ice Saw; 1 15-gallon Barrel 100 feet 2-lnch Pipe; 4 sacks Wood-Fibre Plaster, 1 barrel of Lime. HOUSEHOLD Heating Stoves: 1 Kitchen Range: I Oil Stove (3 2 Kitchen Tables; 3 Chairs 1 Washstand; 1 Looking Glass; 1 bill. Churn (10 1 Washing Machine and Wringer; Cooking Utensils; 2 Beds, Springs and Mat- tresses; 1 Lamp; 3 Linoleum; 1 Woollen Carpet. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE FREE LUNCH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer N. N. McGUIRE, Clerk. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Horses, Mules, Cattle, Machinery, Etc, AT W. HYSSOP'S RANCH EIGHT MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPTLY The undersiened, having received instructions from Wm. Hyssop, who hcs rented his farm, will sell the following: 50 Teams Good Work Horses, 4 to 7 years, 1300 to 1600 50 Good Young Mules, 3 to 5 years, broke; 20 Head Milch Cows; 100 IVlares and Geld- ings, halter broke. roimlev Enr.ine, 30-60, in sooil repair; Rimiley Separator, new: S-bottom John Deere Flow; Cook Car; Packer: Bunk Car: Oil 'lank and Wagon; Water Tank and Wapon: 2 VanBnmt Press Drills; J sets Iron Harrows; 2 John Deere Disc Plows; 2 John Deere 14-incn Plows' 3 Deering Mowers; Stacker anil Dull Hakes; 2 Side Delivery Rakes- Z'.lZ-ft. Horse Rakes: 3 Deering Hinders; :i Wagons and Grain Tanks; 7- Wagona mid Racks: Double Harness; Potato Planter; Potato Cultivator: Masse'y-Hurris Dunk-foot Cultivator; sets Double Discs; -Spring Wagon; Cart. 1 5-horsepoWer Stickney Engine; 1 Dodge Truck; 1 5-passenger Velie Car The above will be found just as represented, and is an exceptional opportunity for intending purchasers. TERMS: sumn of and midor, cash; over that amount, limn .will he Riven till November 1st. on approved Joint liannotM bearing Interest at tho rate of 8 per per annum. 8 per cent, discount for .J.lsh. LUNCH PROVIDED. R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer ;