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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PKlbAY. MARCH 18, 1921 THE LETHI^fiijDGE Pi^ The Forest and its Value {By Peter Lund) out of countlesB thousand b ot aqunre nillGB. Unlike the lumbermen qt northern Europe, whore after several hundred years of annual harvests of timber from the sajiia land thoy aro fltljl prepared to supply their own needs and a large portion of their nolghiboFs requirements. There the forest, while privately owned, to � great extent, the owner miipt procure a go^. The Scandinavians have for centur-.ever possible. Human existence on extent, tne owner mupiprocuro_a goy-les been hewers of wood. They worij this great Canadian prairie would .be I'.II^^" ., "P?^""" ^^^^""^ is doj*-aometlmes called "Sea Pirates" or very nearly impossible without ttm- , cut down any portion of ",Sea Hovers" and Vikings. Tradition bor, and very tew people woiild care *V!_, !r eoverument, and ancient, folk lore tolls i^bout these: to remain hero If It were found Im- Vf^" Placed on the .tree people.swooping down upon thg Brit- possible to gtow troos, Timber for: "f "'"X cut it down; but only by dig- - �   ..... shade and shelter Is necessary in tho f'""^ stump and refilling the dry area, In order to hold and retain L'"}!,"^'"'�]' ^he mfflsture and prevent the soil from f^H^'" ^"t' Planting several seedlings - ------ I In the space where there iwas formor- Isli iBlos during their early history, In great hordes, in their wooden sftlps, and on each visit, while they were ultimately drtvon off with temporary i drifting. Forest growth is also ueces- rivers and Btreams and at their heads, In order to control their flow and pro- ly only one tree. Lesson of Experience It has been estimated by very good m oruer to coniroi luoii uuw ----� ---, � ' - . vide a steady and uniform supply of! authorities that at the preaent rate water for irrigation In the Irrlgatea i of conBumplion and deslnictlon, un- 'less the mature timber Is taken care to carry oft with them large numbers of the pick of the English maidens. Tho bountiful supply of choice timber for Bhlp building near tho sea and the determination and hardihood of. districts. , v..w ________ ....... those people made It posslhle, even Coming homo to our own city and! of, that the Unltod States will be at In,these early days for .them. In a ,,Btrict. Someone in tho past has ^"^^ �' �'i�'P'y f.O or 60 JrirJ lf'^J'^l'''^'Jr�Zr^..T'.f ^ spIeiX vision of a cUy beau , T^'-^' Our own Dominion of Canada tdrs of the sea. I.ater. because of t,f,, ^^^,,1^ forest to the Porhaps more fortunate with its - ...... - snarsB population and large area, and ------ r-------- .------ 3V experience CONTINUE WHEAT BOARD OTTAWA, Mar. 18.-(Can, Press.) -Sir Qeorga Fpstor, minister of commerce, has given notice of a resolution to continue the powers, duties and rights of the Canadian wheat board so far as It may be necessary and convenient for v;inding up and concluding tho unsettled busluosa of tho board. �� * CURTAIL CIVIC RELIEF, TORONTO TORONTO, Mar. 18.-Krom this time forward civic relief will be v�ry much curtailed, according to a decision arrived, at by tho Toronto hoard of conti;pl yesterday, and the hostel from which relief has been distributed all winter will bo closed. The Montreal Tramways Co. will give free transportation to the blind. tSrs of tho sea. Later, because of jjj,,] ^j^^ value of forest to tho rv-^^.- ______ ______.- their persistence and numerous visitB future of Lethbridiro and its ritiynhB- "P^rso population ami large area, anc to England filling up the niyo^ Synced so SSld^^^^ of our position to profit b> Thames with their numerous .vooden ^^...jj^^g "packed and planted experience of our neighbor and craft. It Is said tliAt they befiame such i^oulovards streets and avenues thereby steer clear of tho rock on H nuisance that a truce was finally de- Those of iia who reside in the oltv which they split. elioice Black Celdlngs, 1000 to KiOU lbs. cdi:h, r, >earH old. IMPLEMENTS-i heavy T.umlier WuKon; 1 Oiivor I'low, furi-ow; 1 I'oiir KCetion Lever llairow: 1 lOnersoii Siillty I'low; . furrow; 1 lour-seetion Iron Harrow; 1 SinRle BugKy; 1 set 'lliorse Hvonors; 1 .set 3-iiorBO Kvonors; 1 Drill; i: HInBle Dises; } Log C'iiain; �1 Halters; 1 sots lioavy Team Haiuoss; 1 set Single Hurne!3s, TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE A. G. HALLAM FARM EQUIPMENT AND HORSES I WILL SEL<_' BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF A, G. HALLAM, ON SEC. 4, TP. 10, RG. 20, W. 4TH M. BEING FOUR MILES NORTHWEST OF COALOALE AND 12 MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY MARCH 19th. M SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. 1 Giiar-Scott Tractor, 25 h.p., In good condition; 1 Caso Separator, 28-4G, in good condition; 1 team Black Mares, 7 yeai-s, weight 2600; 1 team. Mare and Gelding, S years, weight 2900; 1 team Geldings, weighting 2600; 1 Cockshiitt Grain Drill, 10 ft.; 1 Cock-ahutt Plow, 8-bottom; 1 Ditching Plow; 1 Martin Ditcher; 1 U. G. G. Hay Rake; 1 "AUwork" Kerosene Tractor, 12-15; 1 Deering Grain Drill; 1 Massey-Harris Grain Drill, 10 foot; 2 Packers, 12 ft.; 1 Gang Plow; 1 Scraper; 40 feet of LQver Harrows; 2 Deering Binders, 8 ft.; 1 Massey-Harris Blijder, 8 ft.; 1 McCormick Header; 2 John Deere Double Disc Harrows, 10 ft.; 1 Bunk Car with Range and Matti^sscs; 11 Bed Springs; 1 Cushman Gasoline Engine, 8 h.p.; 3 Cushman Gasoline Engines, 4 h.p.; 1 Adams Farm Truck; 1 Oil Tank; Harness, Wagons, Oil Drums, Gas Drums, Oil, Grease, Plow Shares, Forks, Shovels, etc., etc.; 3 Granaries; 15 head ot Hereford Cattle, 3 and 4 year old beet steers. MANY SMALL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. TERMS ON ENGINE AND SEPARATOR WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT SALE. BRITISH-CANADIAN TRUST CO., Official Trustee Estate of A. G. Hallam. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer 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 SCHOQL COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. ^ 1 Bjiy Mare, 10 years, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 Brown Mare. T years, weight i;!00~abs.: 1 Brown Gelding, 8 years, weight 1400 lbs.;l Brown Gelding, 6 years, weight 1100 lbs.; 1 Bay Gelding. 7 years, weight 1200 lbs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 12 years, weight 1250 lbs.; 1 Black Mare, 5 years, weiglit 1400 lbs.; 1 Saddle Pony, 10 years; 2 Colts coming 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 Slioe Drill; 1 Frost & Wood 8-foot Binder, now last year; 1 H.iy Rake; 1 Deering 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 Scalder; 1 Grindstone; Bunch of Barrels; 1 Trailer for Ford Car; 1 Helder Engine, 12-20; 1 ;?-furro.w Engine. Gang Plow; 1 Ford Runabout; 1 Ford Touring Car: 1 Fanning Mill; 1 Single Buggy; 1 set Bob Sleighs; and a lot of other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of Sale-All articles of $10.00 and under wiU be Cash. On other goods time will be given till October Ist, 1921, at 8% interest on secured bank notes. 5% discount for cash oa credit amounts. Two Ford cars, cash. FREE LUNCH AT NOON-MRS. JANE SPENCER, Administratrix PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer D. McSWAIN, 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 '1 iic undersigned, having received instructions from Wm. Hyssoii, wlio has rented his farm, will sell the following: JO Teams Good Work Horses, 4 to 7 years, 1300 to 1600 lbs.; 50 Good Young Mules, 3 to 5 years, broke; 20 Head Milch Cows; 100 Mares and Geldings, halter broke. Rumloy Engine. 30-60, in good repair; Rumley Separator, new: S-bottoin John Deere PJow; Cook Car; Packer; Bunk Car; Oil Tank and Wagon; Water Tank and Wagon; 2 VanBrunt Press Drills; 2 sots Iron Harrows: 2 John Deere D'tav Plows; 2 John Deere M-inch Plows; 3 Deering .Mowers; SCacker and Bull Ralves; 2 Side Delivery liakes: 2 12-ft. liorse Rakes; 3 Deering Binders; 3 Wagons and Grain 'I'anks; 7 Wogons and Racks; 30 sets Double Harness: Potato Planter: Potato Cultivator; Massey-Harris Duck-foot Cultivator; 2 .sots Double Dijcs; Spring Wagon; Cart. 1 5-horsepower Stickney Engine; 1 Dodge Truck; 1 5-passenger Velie Car Tlie al)ovo will be found just as repiosenlcd, and is an e.vieiiUoual oppoitnnity for Iniending purchaser.'". TERMS: All sums of .TS.'i.OO and under. ca.Mh; over tliat amount, lime �will bo given till November 1st, on approved joint lien notes bearing interest at the rato of 8 per cenl. per annum. S per cent, discount for cash. LUNCH PROVIDED. R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer ;