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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE I.KTHIWlOriK IROUBLESEITlEDi All Bonds of City Will Ke solidated and Spread Over 15 Years 'uElilNA, -Marcli has been rcacUeJ the ropro-1 teuutivcs of the city ej t'riuce Alter.. and the delegation reareseutms (be holders of the city's bonds. Inder! lie terms of the new asKfim-nl Lll j are the of o! the. Co- most eratlfylus to the promoters who; iterative- in Great iwlnt out that Section 7 of Artk-lo 1 ilritain ami alroEdv crisiderabla lot Hie Vorslilutton ami Bylaws o. Pis-; tir.ancial backing, 'it is to be Drought i trio'. IS reads that "H is iuir object of betore Gladstone 1'nlon at if. I the oreanizatlon "To concur with me bunking moderate salaries. sit is available at TIGERS WON TOKOXTO, Marcll llmuiiton Tigers Allan sanio hero last uigbt from tbt! Sdklrks, 0 to 1. griefs Leonard H. of Avonlea. Sask., to connuil suicide at Brockville, where he had been staying since bis wife's death. Africa Scene of Native Fight and Human Flesh is Devoured ________. 1 MONTREAL, March circular ,'sent oui to shareholders of the Bank 'NEW YORK, March of. -f announces that owing to i canmbal orgy in West Africa, in; 3500 shares of capital -which natives are reported to have i shareholders of the Bank eaten members of opposing tribes; British -America in fulfill- aiter a battle. received by tie, Presbyterian board of foreign BUS sibns here last nisht fn a mesaaj irbm Dr. a B. BeanlanJ. of Louisville. Kr., a mwsianary stationed at Metet, A_ West Africa. of the agreement to purchase liithe assets of the latter organization, (be bank has deemed ft to to sloct issued to stockholders to Cr. Beanlind, the Bant of British Xorih America neCeE5itate the raising of the centred about a o( i.Montreal's capital to Etutu'p, whose force? Q75COO there would be a surplus of These shares the bank pro atticted by Uiose of several elder chiefs after he onlttffd erec- lioD7of a sclool for ase ot the mis- parir in ht town. Severs! boiiies were" eaten in tin Greets of this town, -Dr. .Jteaalind renarted. poses to allot to shareholders on re cord at -tie close of business on rsar? 2S' at the rate one share of new stock for every 21 shares then hell.. The share's will be isiued Later after of the insurgent at a" share.. The latest sal' diiefe had been captured and iropris- of Bank oi Montreal stares on th bned or troops ano the npri% ing quelled. Dr. Bcanland Tisited icsnes or tne'f'isMroE..' According to his report, nearly a dozen towns had I iKenUaU -wasts.and the roai over, travtlled was strewn with hnoiiui boaes from irhicli the flesh kad been eaten. Dr- Beanland and his i promptly began reorganiiing tie mis- j lion iforli In the destroyed towns, and be reported that the'horrors of the cpriEing .caused a revulsion-of feel; ing aifiong Gte natives which result- id hxhundreds ot conTersions. local exchange WM at 212W. Create Gas, and Pain. How To Treat. ,ear- s torn- Medical authorities state that w V Eine-tentai of the cases of st. ich trouble, indigestion, sourne burning, gas, bloating, nausea, etc.. are due to an excess of icid In the stomach and. not as some believe to a lack of digestive juices. Tite delicate stomach lining 13 irritat. c-d. digestion ic delayed and food sours, causing the disagreeable symp- toms -which every stomach sufferer T o-.vs EO well.' Artificial digestents'are not needed such cases and may'do real harm, j Try laying aside digestive aids 'and instead get from any druggist a fl- ounces of Bisurated Masnesil and take a teaspoonful in a Quarter glass! of water right after eating. Tnls j sweetens toe stomach, prevents' the' formation of excess acid and there ia no sourness, gas or pain. Bisuraten" Magnesia tin powder'or tablet never liquid or milk) is harmless to the stomach, inexpensive to' late and is the most efficient -form of raag- i nesia for stomach purposes. It is used hr thousands of people -who enjoy their rneals with no more fear of in- CALGARY BULL 750 Registered Bulls 750 April 7th to lOf JUDGING ALL DAY MONDAY, APBIL 7th. ALBERTA CATTLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING. PALL1SER HOTEL. 8.K) p.m., APRIL 7th. Auction Sale, Morning, Afternoon and Evening', April 8th, 9th and 10th Animals in the following order: 6 Galloways. 370 Shorthorns. 255 123 Aberdeen Angus. Sale patronized by the best breeders In Alberta. SPECIAL PASSENGER RATEp Fare and one-third from Al- lErta stations, good going Apr. Gth to 9th. and returning to Apr. 12th. SPECIAL FREIGHT RATES The Association pays freight to purchasers' stations in Al- berta. Saskatchewan and Brit- ish Columbia at nominal rates. THE BEST PLACE TO BUY BULLS SEND FOR CATALOGUE AUCTIONEERS: S. W. PAISLEY, J.W. DURNO, K. O. TELLIER, Lacombe Calgary Minn. THE ALBERTA CATTLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION SHARP, E- HICHARDSOX. President Secy. and.Managing Director, Calgary. Spring Horse Show, Calgary, Marcli 25th to 28th Large entrr of high Duality horses. .The best place to purchase or exchange.horses. AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER MR. L. B. DUNCAN TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On TUESDAY, MARCH 25th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE VILLAGE OF NEW DAYTON THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS 1 grey 9 years; i ba; mure, 1 years; 1 grey mare, 5 years: 1 bay mare, li 1 bay inaiu 5 years: li bay mares, 14 years, all well broken a ml hi foal: 1 lire-vn gelding. 10 years; 1 saddle horse. 6 yours: 1 black geWiiis. 'L years; 2 bay mares, 2 years; 3 yearling colts; 1 bay mare, rising 4 years. range cows, In call: 1 milch cow. lu calf; 1 inildi cow, fresh: :i steers, 2 years; 2 heifers. 2 years; 5 yearling calves; 'I spring calves: 1 licifer. 2 years, pure urctl. 1 single bos: 1 wagon anil rack: 1 limersuji sulky plow, 11 inch; 1 (Ireat West. It inch, 2 bolloms. new; I -No. 12 DeLaval .separator, nearly new; 1 Ueerins binder; 5 scls doable harness; 1 saddle. A lot of small articles too numerous to mention. Terms No reserve as everything must be sold. L. B. DUNCAN. Proprietor. PETER LjVAl-LEY. Auctioneer. Retail in Prairie Provinces WiH.Give Big 0 Benefit OTTAWA, March ccancll has been passed giving author- ity for .the investment oi funds realiz- ed Trom the sale of additional school lands prairie provinces in Can- adian government securities to form a school fund tor the of public j schools itt the varioua provinces af- The government win distribute the monies in such manner as it deems ex- pedient. The sums are as follows: "Saskatchewan, April 1, "00; October-'1, 191S, 1, 191S, October 3, 191S, April 1, 191S, October l; 191S, OTTAWA, March li !retail lumber rattcliante in the three prairie provinces will co-operate with the soldier settlement "board by giving soldiers who go on the lane wholesale prices for lumber reqnirec for penhinent improTerneals, plus the bare cost of unloading, haodliag and other charges. This arrangement has made by representatives of the boartl with the Western Retail Lurr.bennen 5 As- sociation on behalf of the retailers. jThe new prica for soldier settlers ap- phea to material slock sizes. The j mssociatlon maintains an architectural' alaftjwbfch la'famillar with building.! operations iti -western .Canada, and] thii ierrlce department has. placed at the of the soldier eettietcent board. NIAGARA TO TAKE OVER RAILWAY NIAGARA FALLS, Cnt, March the city council jjave ncrticc to the Niagara, St. Cjth- arinti and Toronto Railway Com- pany thr.t.naxt March, company's franchise ouWthe city will take over the ralRray. The railway Is part of the Cana- dlan Northern System, FINAL DISPERSION SALE OF HOFFMAN NAMED I BAVARIAN PREMIER BASEL, March Hoff- mafS, Socialist minister of war In the' Eitner government, has betn. circled prtmler of Bavaria by the diet, according to a Munich dis- patch to the Frankfort Gazette, After the election the dfet ad- journed to give the new premier time to form1 a cabinet, At the beginning of party feadcrs declared their ad- hesion to the stale constitution whfch was framed by the I pre- 'mier intf agreed unanimously on the' second and first of tht documents, It is said. MEXICAN OIL ROYALTIES NOT TO BE COLLECTED MEXICO CITY, March Mexican has no In- tention to force the immediate collection of royalties, on oil in this country during January and February Wrier'the decree ittued on February 18, according to a staternent authorized last night by the "branch of the treasury de- partment In charge of petroleum revenues. Livestock, Implements and Household Goods AT GOLDEN WEST BALGREGGAN, SEC. 19-23-1, W. 5th M. 2R 1 Q1 llV'll JL Last Day ofCalgary Horse Show at p.m. Sharp. 4 REIMS LOST -fr POPUWT1ON IN WAR 4 t i t'ARIS, March popu- lation of "Reims; which was 4 war, is now 4 8fi3; according lo a just 4 4 Ofithls Ournbfir, 398? are men 4- 325S women and 1213 children, t'ivt.Xindred of the children 4 alitud school In the ruined city. 4 CANADIANS HONORED LONDON, March Aa- tcfated an inreslare to- day Kins George presented the fol- lou-iiig. mortals: Victoria Cross: Lieut. Graham Ly- all. DistlDguIsheu Ser.-ice Order: 'Majora Horace flarber, James Basova, Cecil Harold Savage, Ueut. Fred- erick TayJor, (Military Cross and Bar; Caplain.i Gerald' L-Jtimer, Benjamin Skinner. Ketl norse Bcrajicr; one plip.Bcraper; a largo number of cvcnera and (rccii of :ill small tools, forks, shove hi, etc., too numerous to mention; fi dozen Wynnilotle strait hcjis; a quantity of potatoes will also IJD offered. .Household Furniture, cornprisbtg Stores, Desks, Chairs, etc. Kron meals setved all day on the ground. Parties coming from a distance on the night trains nrrlvlug at Monarch will be TiiEl'liy conveyance II arc notified and steeping accommotlations fiectirefl. Arrangements arc IjcinR-tnade with (ho R. 11. Co. to havo stock placed at Monarch, nii'l balding will bn provided at slock yards enablitiR any ono lo Hhip day of sale. TERMS OF Cash. On horses and other equip- ment S months' llhic will be given on approved lien notes bearing Interest nt All sums under net cash, and over that 6% discount will allowed. R. A. JOHNSON, Auctioneer H. E. MEIBACH, Proprietor ;