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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta _THUnSDAY. MAHCH 17, THE LETMK1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MAYOR URGES MONUMENT FRANK STONE IN GARDENS TRIBUTE TO LOCAL HEROES Thinks Something Should Ife Done Immediately to Show Public Appreciation For the Fallen The Mayor expressed opinion that there should be tome monument railed In Lethbridge to perpetuate tht honor of all the men who went to the war and either made the fereat sacrifice or entered upon all the chances that meant such a possibility. admits that the times are hard ind difficult and, while everyone feels something should be done, there Is a disposition to postpone the matter until things are more settled and prosperous. .thinks, however, that the burden the war debt will be with us for a long time, and that we, for many years, shall feel as hard pressed as we do now; the ques- tion, therefore, Is whethtr we should not make some effort now. Other communities, he says, are weighing the matter, and as small beginning are erecting memorials for keeping green the memory of the splendid men who went forward to uve the empire and In to the monument, the Mayor suggests that we should not into anything too elabor- ate. He recommends Frank at our doors, we can se- cure a very large rack, limited only by the size the C.P.R. curs will carry, which could be into a substantial monument, fac- ed for any desirable Inscription, and placed on euHcble tton In Gait a very rei- sonabel cost. The Mayor will be vtry willing to head a committee of citizens who would be willing to take on the responsibility of a monument in memory of our soldier boys. C. P. R, OFFICIALS PAY CITV A VISIT Charles Murphy, general manager of ths C. 1'. It., DIs- trlct Supt. J. M. Cameron, of Calgary, and other C. P. R. of- BcialH. arrived la tile city from the west this afternoon. Supl. .Mackintosh mat the party at Mtclcod, rv tii will furnish you with a substitute for iie evening, or you cau get your own. Don't stay away for anything. If you want any information call 1885. So don't fail to be present at the annual raentfyg of the Lethbridge branch of the Father, Son and Co., of Canada. Less Change Made by Law Com- mittee Than in Case of Other' Cities ('Special to The Ileviilttj I-JDMQNTOX, March amendments asked for this j year went through the municipal' law Committee oa Thursday morning and emerged more in their natural form than those of any which have ixean considered to date. One of the t'ow changes recommended by the committee was :i change in the resi- lience clause for voters who have paid the poll tax. The time has been reduc- ed from what was practically a'thir- teen month period to nine. months'. The right of the city council to set aside certain sections of the city for residential, industrial, wholesale, oth- er purposes and to say what kind of building built therein, will he subjected to the approval of the ultilities commission. Th'o city is sranted the right to "install plumbing in buildings where they deem it neces- sary and collect the cost of same from Lhe owner in instalments, spread over a period of seven years as taxes. 'Hat Manager Approved But Mayor Adams Hopeful That Mediation May Be Brought About The disputed clause In the Medicine Hat charter which authorizes the clty to appoint a manager was approved with amendments. The explanation made by Nelson Spencer that tho manager would serve in an advisory capacity and on the approval of the council, in an administrative capacity. Medicine Hat was given the same service tax powers as Calgary and 'led Deer with a sot-off the Rental Tax now in operation there. .V clause was added making it com pulsory to assess buildings not les. tha.n fifty per'cent, of their value. In a vote the committee turned down the resolution by Alex. Ross Cen tre Calgary, to the effect that appeals in the case of controverted election.1 could he beard by a district couri judge instead of a supreme courl judge. The following members votct in favor of the resolution: M. Dav idson. Alex. Ross. Robert, Pearson, Dr Stanley, Mrs. Price and Mrs. McKin nev. CALGARY, Mar. .the threatened walkout of the Calgary school tetachers less than two days every effort is 'being made by Mayor S. H. Adams, and Fred B. Os- borne. president of the Rotary club, to arrange some sort of ah informal con- ference between the Calgary school board and thu local teachers' alliance. to 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon nothing definite had been arranged although Mayor Adams expressed the opinion that1 some headway is being made and that things we beginning to look brighter. In Edmonton Ton> EDMONTON, Mar. the school teachers of Edmonton go on strike Friday they will be without the support of the Edmopton public teach- ers' alliance. This in effect, was the decision arrived at last night at the largest meeting of public school teach- ers ever held in the city of Edmonton. QUEBEC WILL IMPOSE HEAVY TAX ON ALL RACE TRACK BETTING Local Member Supports Policy For Irrigation (Special to UK. Herald) JSpMONTOX. Mar. am highly gratified over (he government's an- nounced Intention as to irrigation policy, and hellovu it, will bo tho be- ginning of ti new era of prosperity in Southern said Brig.-Gen. J. S. Stewart, member for Lethbridge city to tho Herald this morning. "I have felt all along that the gov- ernment would do the right thing in the matter of irrigation guarantees, and for that reason 1 have been care- ful to do nothing whatever to em- barrase them in any way while they were deciding on a policy." Appreciation for Dr, Stewart's course on the irrigation matter wns expressed to the Herald by members of the cabinet in discussing the new policy. They feel that the Lethbridge member has given rhnm splendid sup- port and lias done nothing to em- barrass them in the meantime. STAGE ALL SEI FORBID Fathers ajid Sons Get Together Friday Evening in Annual Banquet ('Contributed Don't miss the biggest and best time of your lite by missing Ihe father and Sou banquet, the biggest event in the Lntllbridse Father and Son week. Fathers and sons should throw all other ensagemenlH to four winds tomorrow night for. dado, you owe this night to your .-on. anil arm, you owe this night to dad. Sit down and think whim was i'u time you went off OH a. real spiv It will be a long time. Surely you can KIVP each other ore in the year. You give ull your other friends and acquaintances more than one night a year. And they are not half the friends you and dad are. Ton give your best chum several nights a week aud did you ever stop to think that Dad Is the best chum in the world, and find, did you ever xlop to think that your boy is your best chum? But to bo chiima 5-011 have to meet on mutual So meet at the big banquet togeth- er tomorrow evening and enjoy a xood -meal and a great time sitting next to each other. Tli's banquet Is not a V. M. C. A. banquet, but it'is. for every father and son in Hie city of Lethhrldgo. It is promoted by the Boys' Work Board ri'prenantlng the churches of the .city. Sn come one. come all. The Salvation Army Band will ren- der some of their best music during thn suiin-r hour. A hip program lias! bnnn prepared as a great time will follow the big mefll. Now boys, if dad is not llring we QUEBEC. Mar. now license bill, sponsored by Provincial Treas- urer Mitchell, provides for a tax of on iilm exchanges: a day for each race meeting within a radius of thirty miles of Montreal, and ?S a day In Quebec, but If there Is any betting, the license fee shall be a day on one-mile tracks: a day on halt-mile tracks and a day for other tracks, with double these I fees if the pari-mutuel system of bet- ting is not used. j Every person betting at a pari- mutliel meeting must pay a duty equal to 10 per cent of the amount deposited. No betting may-be carried on out- side the pari-mutuel method, unless a special license Is issued on payment of a duty of a dav. 1 flPIOM ACT j OTTAWA, Mar. I to the Opium j and iVarcotic Drugs Act to prevent the use of a drug prescription more than once and to prevent the issue lire-! scriptions except tor medicinal nur-i poses, are to before the house of commons In 'the form or a resolu- in the name of the min- ister of health, Hon. J. A. Caldei-. Another amendment will provide that the minister may prescribe that any person handling silcii drug} us: come under this act shall keep records showing the disposal of such drugs.' The amendments proposed would also provide that any person occupy-: ing premises where a forbidden drug is found, and who is charged with un- lawful possession, shall be deemed to be in possession unless he proves oth- erwise. The onus of proof of the manufac- ture, giving away or distributing with- out; license shall be upon tha accused. Provision is also made for search- ing premises for drugs on reasonable suspicion and for seizure and disposal of drugs seized under the act. t HARDING DELIVERS BLOW AT SINN FEIN CHILD BURNS TO DEATH SASKATOON, Mar. One .child was burned to death and a woman and baby were seriously Injured when flre destroyed the home of Mr. Martin Khekwarok, C. N. R. track foreman at .O'lndurn, Sask., Wednesday night. CALGARY STRIKE CERTAIN CALGARY, Mar. school teachers will strike Fri- day morning at 11.50 o'clock for higher salaries unless the alliance decirles at a meeting called for this evening to with- draw the strike resolution. The school board has refused to negotiate further with the tea- chers until the strike ultima- tum is withdrawn. J. WASHINGTON, Mar. of army and navy officers in refusing to permit United States" troops to participate in an evacuation day par-, f ade at Boston, of which Sinn Fein I sympathizers were in charge, ina'l Formally approved today by President Flardlng, after a conference with Sec-, rotary of State Hughes and Secretary Weeks of the war department. (mm sluefish action of tho liver and bowels is relieved by the usa of j Dr Kidmy-Lner Pills. I pill i dose. 25e. t BOX, j ill dealers. Dr. Chases Smoke ute you at a judge of tobacco AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S ROOMS TOMORROW, FRIDAY, MARCH 18TH AT 2 O'CLOCK. Comprisint handsome Bedroom Suite in white enamel; Dresser- Drenning Table with swing mirrors: Chiffouiere; Bed and Hprlnjr two Chairs and [locker to match; fumed oak finished Dining comprising Buffet, Dining Table and six Chairs; 4.vB Brass Red and Spring; 4i-fi Brans Finished lied and Spring; Fumed Oak Davenport- Oak Library Table; Couch and Intension Lounge; Oak Dresser with oval mirror; S-biiruer Oil Stove and oven; Cupboard: Washing Ma- chine1: "North West" Range: "Colonial." -Stove; Slu-or Tailor's Sewing Machiun: Roller Skates; Soalors, and etc.- ami oth-r goods coming in too Icto to advertise, FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer. Termi Cash. phon, 770. 469 AUCTION SALE HORSES AND FARM MACHINERY HAVING SOLD OUR FARM, WE WILL SELL AT THE FARM The N.E. of Sec. 16, Twp. 10, Rge. 18, Six North and Five Miles East of Coaldale ON FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. 25 HEAD HORSES 1 black gelding, 12 yours old, weight 1700; one loam bay mares, 10 years old. weight t hay mure, S years old, weight 1SOO; I twin bay geldings. 7 years uld, weight 3000: 1 grey gelding, 7 years old, weight 1500: _1 grey gelding. 5 years old, weight 1150; 1 sorrel mare. 7 years old, in Coal: 1 bay mare. 6 years old. weight 1450; 1 brown gelding. -1 years old. weight 1500; 1 bay geldins. 4 years old. weight 1430; 1 black gelding. 4 years old. weight 1400; 1 bay gelding, I years old. weight MOO: 1 brown gelding. -I years old, weight 1400; 3 bay geldings, S years old: 1 black filly, ;i years old: 1 bay filly, 3 years old; 1 sorrel gelding, 2 years old; 1 grey filly, 2 years old; 2 yearliug colts. THREE HEAD CATTLE 1 extra good ling heifer. cow, fresh soon; 1 two-year-old heifer; 1 year- FARM IMPLEMENTS Two wagons grain two McCormick Binders: one Massey-Harris Binder; one wagcn with box; one low wagon; frivo liny racks; one stable water pumn. and lioee; two 14-ineli CockshuU gang plows; one cultivator; nut: niowiir; machine; two disc tiro drag harrows; one new 1> 'a -horsepower gas i'Jie fanning mill; two 20- raw MciOormick yrain drills; one grain picUIer; seveu sets work HOUSEHOLD GOODS One round oak nearly new; one old range; one 18-Incli round oak heater; one li-im-h heater; one baking cabinet; quantity of linoleum, in good condition; one rug; one washing machine; one wringer. Other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: All articles of or under, cash: all sums over that amount, half cash, balance Oct. 1, 15121, at ami 4% discount for cash on credit amounts. McCOY BROS., Owners. J. E. ROSS, Clerk. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN ON SATURDAY, MARCH 19TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 10 Mares and Geldings, 5 to S years old, weights 1200 to 1COO Ibs. each. heavy Lumber Wagon; 1 Oliver Plow, two- four-section Lever Harrow; 1 Emerson Sulky Plow; two- furrow; 1 Iron Harrow: I Single Buggy; 1 set 4-horse Bveners; 1 set S-horsa; Evoners; 1 Drill; 2'glngle Discs; 1 Log Chain; 4 Halters; heavy Team Harness; 1 set Single Harness TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DISTRESS WARRANT FOR RENT Merchants, Bank of Canada, Landlord, and EArlCi Guilbault, Tenant and to: me directed against the goods and chattels of Earl C. Gull- Uau'It named in the aaid Distress Warrant 1 have seized the follow- 'jhg goods, namely: Bay Horse., Roan Horse. Brown Mare, Black Horse. Black Mare, Brown Marc, Brown Mare, Grey Horse. Sorrel Mare. Uay Horse. Red Cow, Black and White Cc.w: Seed Drill, 2 Mowing Machines, Gang Plow, Walking Plow, Sulky Plow, Set Harrows. Disc. Cultivator, Po- tato .Planter. Potato Sprayer, Wagon. 2 Truck's and Racks, 2 Bull Itakes, Stacker, Hay Rake, .Milk Wagon, Gasoline Engine, Jack Pump. 5 Sets Double Harness, Single Harness, .Milk Bottles, Two Wheel Cart, Cultivator, Range and Cupboard. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE AT SUPERIOR FARM, F.OUR MILES SOUTH- EAST OF LETHBRIDGE V AT THE HOUR OF TWO P.M. Dated Lcthhridge, March 12th, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. BAILIFF'S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN BY THE FELGER FARMING CO., LTD., TO UNION BANK OF CANADA AND.TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF THE FELGER FARMING CO.. LTD., NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL MORTGAGE, I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: ID-bottom Massey-UaiTis EnKinu Gang Plow; S-bottom Cockshutt Engine tlanp Plow: 5-bottom Cockshult lingir.a Gang Plow; Nicols S. Separator; 40-B2 Minneapolis Separator; 6 Cylinder GO h.p. Twin City Gas Tractor, subject to Lethbridge Ironworks mechanics lien of 5975.57: 4 Cylinder 40 ll.p. Twin City lias Trac- tor: 2 Jli-disc Vannnmt Press Drills: ISilisc VauHrlint Drills: ,3 20-t't. -l-section I. 11. C. Harrows: S IfiO-bushel drain Tanks: 34 Wagon Hears: Cook Car and Truck; Sleeping Car and Truck' 11 Jimders: 2 Democrats: ford Car; 7 Sets Double Humous: 1 Potato Sprayer: Hay Hakes: 16 Hay Racks: I Cultivator, two-wheel; Triple Oans "Little Walking Plow: 2 Cultivators: Reaper; Hay Tedder: 2 live-foot Mowers: S six-foot. Mowers; Stewart. Kheaf Loader: 7 8-foot lii-lli Discs; 2 IB-inch Sulky Plows; 1 Corru- gated Packer; 2 Subsurface Packers: Engine Cans Discs- 2000-lb. Stock Scale; l Water Tank. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Saturday Jih Day of March, 1921 AT FELGER FARM, SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 10 O'CLOCK FORENOON FREE LUNCH SERVED AT THE NOON HOUR. D.ilorl r.cliiliri.lKi'. Alia.. March 12th, T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. JANE SPENCER, ADMINISTRATRIX FOR THE ESTATE OF B. B. SPENCER, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23RD ON SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 12, RANGE 19, FOUR MILES NORTH OF TURIN SCHOOL COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. 1 Bay Marc. 10 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; 1 Brown Mure, 7 years, weight 1300 Ibs.: 1 Brown Gelding, S years, weight 1400 I Brown GoMinfc'. li years, weight 1100 Ibs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 1 years, weight 1200 Ibs.: 1 Bay Gelding. 12 years, weight 1250 Ibs.; 1 Black Mare, 5 ynars. weight 1400 Ibs.: I Saddle Pony. 10 years; 2 Colts conilns 3 years old; 2 Colts coming 2 years old; 2 Colts coming 1 year old; 1 Registered Shorthorn Bull, 4 years, register No. 107545; 2 Milch Cows coming fresh soon; 4 sets Work Harness: 1 John Deere Sulky Plow: 1 set Iron Harrows: 1 Massey-Harris Disc; 1 Shoe Drill; 1 Frost Wood 8-foot Binder, new last year; 1 Hay Hake; 1 Hearing .Mowing Machine; 1 Wagon and Rack; 1 Wagon and Grain Tank; 1 Manitoba Power Windmill: 1 Feed Grinder: 1 300-gallon Gasoline Steel Tank; 1 Force Pump: 1 set Blacksmith Tools: 1 Buggy Harness: 1 Saddle; 1 Hog Saaldor; Grindstone; Bniu-h of Barrels: 1 Trailer (or Ford Car; 1 Heider Engine, 12-20: 1 3-furrc.w Kngine Gang Plow; 1 Ford Runabout; 1 Ford Touring Car; 1 Fanning Mill; 1 Single Buggy; 1 set Boh Sleighs; and a lot at ether articles too numerous to mention. Terms of articles of and under will be Cash. On other goods time will be given till .October 1st. .1921, af 8% interest on secured bank notes. 5% discount for cash on credit amounts. Two Ford cars. cash. FREE LUNCH AT JANE SPENCER. Administratrix PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer D. McSWAIN, Clerk. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On the Dairy Ranch of Lloyd Devine, 2 miles south of the Jail, 5% miles southeast of Lethbridge ON FRIDAY, MARCH 18TH ,r AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP ABOUT 30 HEAD OF CHOICE SELECTED DAIRY COWS 10 high-grade Holsteln Cows; 5 Ayrshire Cows; 7 Durham Cows; 6 Heifers, 2 years old, supposed to ba in calf; 4 Calves, high grade; 1 Hol- steln .Bull, .coming 3 years old; 1 one-year-old Steer. Bay Mare. I! years old, in foal; 1 Black Mare, S years old.-in foal; 1 Brown Gelding, 8 years old: 1 Black Geldins, rising 3 years; 1 Black Gelding, rising 2 years: 1 Driving Team, S years old; 1 Bay Team, matched, 8 years old, weight 2SOO Ibs. WAGONS, IMPLEMENTS, Lumber Wagons with Ttfnks; 2 Truck Wagons; 2 Hay Racks; 1 Staude-fractor on Ford car, com- plete; 1 Stande-Tractor attachments for Ford car; 1 McCormlck Corn Binder; 1 Corn, and Potato Cultivator; 1 Massey-Harris Disc-Harrow; 1 Double Disc Drill, with Engine Hitch and Horse Hitch; 2 Engine Gang Plows extra Breaker Bottoms; 1 John-Deere Sulky Plow; 1 Ditcher and Grader; 1 Float; 1 Massey-Harris, Binder; 1 Massey-Harris Mower; 1 Hay Rake; 1 Deering Stacker; 2 Deoring Push Rakes; 1 set Lever Harrows, 5 sections; 2 Drills; 1 Harrow Cart; 1 Heavy Democrat Wagon; 1 Ford Car; 1 Hog Self-feeder; 2 Wheelbarrows'; 1 Power White Washing Machine; 1 Feed Grinder: 1 Root Pulper: 1 belt power Emery Grinder: 1 Ferdson Pulley; 1 Fanning I horsepower Gasoline Engine; 1 Auto Top for McLaughlin Auto; 1 DeLaval Cream Separator, No. 15: 1 Grain Pickler; 1 Grindstone; S sets Double Harness; Shovels, Pitch Forks, Hoes; 1 Ice Saw; 1 15-galIon Barrel Churn; 100 feet 2-inch Pipe; 4 'sacks Wood-Fibre Plaster, 1 barrel Lime, HOUSEHOLD Heating Stoves; 1 Kitchen Range: 1 Oil Stove (3 2 Kitchen Tables; 3 Chairs 1 Washstand; 1 Looking Glass; 1 bbl. Churn (10 1 Washing Machine and Wringer; Cooking Utensils; 2 Beds, Springs and Mat- tresses; I 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, Eta AT W. HYSSOP'S RANCH EIGHT MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPTLY The undersigned, having received instructions from VVm. Hyssop, who has rented his farm, will sell the following: uO Good Work Horses, 4 to 7 years, 1300 to 1600 Ibs.; 50 Good Young Mules, 3 to S broke; 20 Head Milch Cows; 100 Mares and GeW- ings, halter broke. Tfumley Engine, 30-00, in good repair; Rumley Separator, new: ,S-bottom John Deere Plow: Cook Car; Packer; Bunk Car- Oil Tank and Wagon; Water Tank and Wagon; 2 VanDrunt Press Drills- 2 sets Trou Harrows; 2 .lohn Deere Disc Plows; 2 John Deere H-inch Plows; Deering Mowers; Stacker and Bull Hakes; 2 Side Delivery Rakes; 3 12-ft. Horse Rakes; 8 Deering Binders; 3 Wagons and Grain Tanks; 7 Wagons and Hacks; 30 sets Double Harness: Potato Planter; Potato Cultivator: Massoy-Harris Duck-foot Cultivator; 2 sets Double Discs; Spring Wagon; Cart. 1 5-horsepower Stickney Engine; 1 Dodge Truck; 1 5-pascenger Velie Car Thn above will be found just an represented, and is an exceptional opportunity for intending purchasers. TERMS: All sums of and under, cash; over that amount, lime .will be given till November 1st, on approved Joint lien notes bearing interest at the rate of S per cent, per annum. 8 per cant, discount for cash. LUNCH PROVIDED. R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer ;