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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WUONKSIUY, MAHCH 1IIK UtriitmilXitt DAILY IIKUAUJ PAGE NINE EMPRESS'S WAR RECORD HOB. R. Lemitux Gels His Tariff and Then (lives Advice T (1) Ciptain Geo. S. Webster, E.K.R., of the "Empress of Britain. (2) Arthur E. Philp, Ohief Engineer of the "Empress, of Britain." gun crew standing by the gim on the "Empress of at right Chief 1VH, Moore, who gave the guaneri the range. HE ''Express ot Britain.' "safleii "fro'm N'ew York on Sun- day aftenioori with 150 oScials of "Mlastou. Y.M.C.A. Riid Knlghtat of CXiluuibu3 workers, has already." covered 1VJ.130 'miles Elnca the roulbreali ot bostllillea, vhcn taken over bj the ItriMih Gcvetnnitnt and Las trans jiorVed ilrooiis oveTECas. Sbe look -Uiousapfja of Australians cad Urllishcrsitq Galllpoll, and waa one ol ilia transports assigned to take them- away, Suet Canal being closed, a 16 months trip ferounU-lIis Cfre pi Good Hope with troops' tor German East Africa and f BJSO She marlp eigut tripa with Canadian troops and (or the flrst seven months ol the war, patrolled ihe South Atlantic aa an ad- It was, during ol trie iba iUutlc with Aboard, lliat a German nubniarlnc launched two torpedoes, one of iue lo a lucky ralsEcd the by ihree feet, and iba other assed a dozen feet astern. At least doren attacks were made upon the "Empress ct Britain" during the war, by U-boals. Captain George S. Webster, R.N.R., who IB the present commander of the "Empress at has made 37 trips across the Atlantic since the outbreak ol tha war. When the "Km- press of Britain" reached Xew fork last Tuesday, she had aboard U, S. troops, Including 400 sick and wounded heroes, and she Is returning to Liverpool for more. When this work ot repatriating U. S. troops finished, ehe wlH return to her home riort, SL Jonn, New Brunswick, During the war, the C. P. 0. 3 shlpB bave transported over a million troops aad war b Only by enemy actual. splcSlera were lost Tire "Ktnpross of now in Liverpool, will troops to Australia, and then return to her regular route across the Paclflo from Vancouver to portBln thetareast The "Eaiyress of Asia" will go back to Vancouver through the Panama Canal with Canadian troopi enlisted In Urlliah Columbia, Arthur Edward Phllp, O.B.E, ChUl Englueer of tbe "Empress of Brllata" and Senior Chief Engineer ot the Canadian Pacific Ocean Sen-Ires, Ltd., has been on the Empress throughout tbe war and bas never missed a trip. He was personally decorated by King George for his services and Is an Officer ot the Order o( the British Empire. His services on transport; cover four wars, the Benin and baotl expedition, the South African war. and present war. Hia fellow call him "Pa." MI don't think there Is a fnbre anxious time (or parents itian when iHeir children Jmve croup. Without they are prepared amberlain's Cough Remedy they Tnust the doctor wid listen to the chokvigT cough and watch ihcu little one gasping for breath. You kncrV the great danger of croup is thrf formation of a false membrane in the larynx, and until this isexpelM relief cannot be obtained, and the spasmodic choking cpnfintiea, Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy m frequent doses. U will looK-n this membrane and cause the child to expel it by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ii'an safe and certain remedy for croup, and if ea tlie child becomes lioarae, or evea the cioupy it will prevent the .8. Heavy Loss Sustained Com- missioner Finds Members of Govt Did Wrong ilnated in the commons tonight. Today the protectionist sMc of the OTTAWA. March mat- ST. JOHN, Nil, March re- fers were again much to the front in of CoMiniL-isiocor James McQueen be debate on the address which ter- on the patriotic potato transaction and matters was brought down a the legislature at Fredericton yes- terday. The commissioner In his comments ami findings deals tia conduct oT Hon.. James A, Murray, Hon. IJ. F. Smith, Hon. J. B. Baiter, Ge'orge II. Tennant and others, whose evidence was a feature of the inquiry heM during last Bum- mer. The commissioner tlads that the arlff argument was forth by Col A. Currle, while Hon. K. Lemleux tood by the Liberal platform as out- by the eastern Ontario Liberal onrenlfon and J. Relrj (MrKcoite) upported the of the western armers. Col. Ctirrie referred to free trade ilk as "babble" and declared that un- M mannfucturerfi rocctve a fair Leaxure of protection there will be no obs iu the factories for returned iltra. Col. Currie accused H, W, Wood. at the United Farmers of Alberta, of eing an "avowed annoxitionist" anil iroduced a storm of protest from the members from the iiratrte provinces when ha asserted that the grain grow- ers of the west can nut compete with hOBQ ot the United States. Hon. Rodolphe L'.'mleux look up the tariff question by misting from the tlatform of the Canadian Council of Agriculture. He questioned Hon. T. A. Crerar as lo what his opinion of the platform was and drew from the min- ster' th0 declaration that he had help- ed tlrftft the platform two years ago and was still proud ot it. Thereupon Mr. Lemteux said the minister should resign from the government. J. R Held, referring to the tariff, ex- pressed the opinion that the Union government would be able to read the liand writing on the wall. province sustained a heavy loss; that concealment, deliberate deception even false testimony were feature's ot the case, and he brushes aside Uie contention that there' was no wrong- doing, citing the testimony ot lead- ing witnesses-to illustrate every step in the conspiracy by which Valley Railway money was switched io the attempt to cover up the potato trans action, and revealing its relation to party politics and party ftmde. The commissioner re-ferfi to ihn attcmpl of sonic concerned to shield them- selves at the expense o( the late I'remier Clarke. HAMBURG ELECTIONS LONDON, March election? for the constituent assembly In Hem burg, Germany, resulted In the Ma Jority Socialists seating SI represen natives, the Democrats 33. the People's party 14, tbe- Independent-Socialists 13, the Economic league 13, the Na- tional Peopled party 4, and the Cen- trists 2, according lo a dispatch from Berlin. MOOSE JAW STORES WILL CLOSE AT 5.30 MOOSE March hours for the naffs of all local retail stortE will become a (act as soon as .he city council acts upon the petl- ;ioa which will ylaced before it at the neit regular mettlng. A, ago the merchants met and discusiwl the question and the result, -was the circulation of a petition which hag been signed by all but seven out ot hundred merchants to whom it jwaa presented. The petition the change ot the city bylaw whereby j the stores will optn at 9 o'clock la I the ntcrohig and cloac at 5-30 o'clock jdurJag every month of the year. FOR SILL PLAGE N'ova Scotia Clainis Premier, Opposilion Leader and: Speaker The Robinson Folding Bath Tub nteCil for ton years, GO In. long. 27 in, wlile and Ifj in. iloep. Wt up for 1130. Whon nol ,n uao foMod put iio yqnr ovn beat rricntl by liavlng one Iri your horr.p 1 t'of price, ?I5.00. W; R. COLLINS, General Agent, 6 Dominion -Block. Lelhbridgc, Alberta. must hare its little laugh. "We -will follow the ftcry cross to the exclaimed Hon. Hodolpln: referring to, Ihn Highland Scottish ancestry of Mr. Uacie. D. -McKenzic, when that gentle- man was chosen to lead the Opposi- tion. Mr. W. F. Coclvdluitl, Conserva- tive member for Uranlford, conuneuc.- ed -this afternoon to present a feV verb.il nouqufcts to the new leader, hut naile a fatal haH-irt the middle ,of R teticc. Ho Also was referring to he. McKenzie ancestry. "Mr. McKeo- is not he began. "He is all Scotch------" "And no soda." put in Mr. S. W. Jacobs of Montreal, before 51r, Cock- could, finish the sentence; The" louse roared. Some fantastic bouquets have reach. ed tbe aessional Chieftain of the Op- OBiHon since his promotion, perhapi he most novel tribute came from his unlive Province, from an admirer who paraphrased a well-known hymn: 'How sweet Uie name sounds "In every liberal's ear; t soothes our sorrows, heals ov wounds, Am) drives away all The three principal posltkms in iousti are now occupied by Nova Sco- tlars, namely: Sir Robert ftord Prime Minister; Mr. Dan D. -Mc- Kenzte, Opposition and Hon. H. X, Rhodes, Speaker. Mr. -McKeniie Is the fourth Nova Scotlan to have? his feet set upon the path that leads to Iho BARCELONA STRIKE SETTLED MADRID, March The general strike at Barcelona has settled An agreement between the Cnnadinr Company and representatives of nil -bo unions concerned In the strike began among employees of the Canadian Comiiany will signed. 1m- mediately. Gold Gold Soap is the best cake of laundry soap you can get at any price, Gold Soap is the biggest cake of laundry soap you can get for the money. Either fact taken alone would make it worth buying. The. two facts taken .together the 'economical as well as'the most satisfactory laundry-soap you. can obtain. GoU Soap i, made m Ike Procltt Camtlt Focfonu ft Hamlton, Canada TO1IOKTO, Aisrcn To- ronlo'a tax rale tor llio present yenr will be 30 mills. This -was decldul at a private .raeetlngr of the board of control loilay In conference with the finance niliiislcr. V R.C.Harvey'sHumane Docker Having used this docker with splendid remits for the psit two years I am pladng It on tho market. It cuts and sears immediately and.ptevents bleeding 1 have found this docker does not retard the growlb of the lamb as (3 Ihe case In the old method of which pun the lamb back one month. My humane docker can be uaed by any one. FOR SALE BY, R. C .HARVEY, 611 5th St. 9., Phone Ml. YOU NEED NOT TOLERATE the inconvenience of cough, when few of NADftUC Syrup of Cod Liver Oil Compound W. tlhtali Ike ;_____ bronchial lukm; ttcklinf Itxls oi an4 th4 throat lo its nonaal emditiaft. On acowit of its aJMMnl taate. chiMioi taka it Ucli. abays In DM bnue. 4 ITH Ctwruy LWM. AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. J. J. TIFFEN AND MR. J. C. CHENERY TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON Friday, March. 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK, SHARP At tic J. J. Tiffen Farm, 11-8-21, 6 miles South-erf of the City of Lethbridge HORSES: 1 buy ot geldings, 4 years old, 2600 Ibs.; 1 grey team geldings. 4 and 5 years old, 2500 Ibi.; brown team geldings, 4 years old, 2600 Ibs.; 1 sorrel ol marea, 4 arid 7 years old, 2601) Ibs., 1 mare in foal; 1 jrey mares, 4 5' veara old, 2400 Iba.; 1 grey eeldiog, 4 years old, Iba.; l grey mare, S years old, 1400 IbE.; 1 grey mare, 9 years old, 1350 1 browo mare, 4-ytvt old, Ibs., In foal; 1 bar mare, 4 yean old, 1109 Ibi.; 1 bay 6 years old, 1450 in foal; 1 gny mire, 5 years old, 1100 1 bay mare, 4 years old, 1200 Ibr; 1 driving mare. 10 old, 11CX) Ibs., In foal; 1 black years old, 1200 Iba.; 1 bay mare, 10. years old, 1400 Ibs.. fn foal; 1 saddle pony; all broke to work; 1 brood BOW. TERMS OF HORSES; 25% each, balance payable by Jolul on Nor. 1st, 1919. with S% on all credit or 8% off lor cash on the tredit amounts. Cattle, Implements and HmuekoU Furmture CATTLE; IS hetd ot choice dairy tiicludlag Shorthoroa, Holatela and tome freih and others fresh ahbrtly; _'i hwd ol 2-year-old .utMrs and betters; 5 calves. IMPLEMENTS: 1 packer surface; 1 Magnet separator, -lOOfl capacity; 1 wagon bar nek; 1 Tater pump and 1 wagon with rach; 1 and grain box; 1. of iron harrowi; 3 caltfraion; 1 1 mower; 3 rolls ot hog wire; a number ol including forki, sioTela and picks. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: Household funilture (or 5-nwra house Including: 1 Kooil range; l new oil atove; I heiter; 3 bed-, steads, springs' and mattreia; 1 dresser and waah stand; beddlng, crockery ware and'other aiiall TERMS OF 5ALE for the implements and furniture are cats. The cattle, implement! and furniture" art the property of J. ;C.' who having cold hli farm, will move them to J. J. place far Mle, J.J.T.FFM, J.A.SMTTH> J. C. CHENERY, E. ENGLISH, CLERK. Unreserved lUGTIDNSIkLt I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF. THE LATE EDOAR QUINJEY, OF NOBLEFORD, TO SELt THE- FOLLOWING PROPERTY WITHOUT RESERVE On TUESDAY, Mar. 25th At the Quinsey Fanii, on the N. W. of 15-11-23, W. 4th, 2V2 mOei N. W. of Nobteiord, 6 oiks south of Barons. OF 1 span dark iron greys, mure and geldtug; 1 irun And 1 ipan greys, 1 Iron geldings; 1 span Iron grtjri, 1 tnm fnjf, 1 apati Iron geldings; 1 dark Iroa niare; 1 grey man; I hay mare; 1 grey leldlng; 1 krown gelding; 1 ftHIng; 1 i ponj; t hi> nana; 5 coming year-oW colU; ranlag rolls; 2 coming ara all Percfcwon bred and will broke; In good wwri coadllkn. of tkem latje lod MtAD OF CATTLE 1 pure with tilt >t foot, liirnllhrt at of 2 high gn4< Holiteli MWI, In spring. TWO HOO1 MACHINERY 1 Kuinloy oil tractor; 1 separator; 1 cook car; 1 buak car; 1 loader; 3 large handle rackl and TtMoo-; 1 water tank and gear; 1 oil gear; 2 wagons with grain tank; 1 wigon and box; 1 gear; 1 land cuUItator; lever Harrow; wood frame Barrows; 1 Btoon manure spreader; 1 barrow cart; 1 Price iuiuiltg mill with li (t. elector; 1 Foaton band fanning mill; 2 MuMT-Harria binders nearlr MW; 1 binder and t old Detrlag binders; 1 dosbto disc Van Brant gnln drills, nearly new; 1 John Pcere 14 Inch gang plow; i 14-Inch Cati- on gang plows; 4 scti dlK harrows In and out throw; I gardai 1 gardtt. plow; 1 oatflt; 1 o( I 4- horse Couihnan gas engine and eilm lot of belting; 1 hkniesii leather; 1 log chains; tome oil, aad hard oil; -I pair ot 1 none clipper; 3 steel paint aid bnisnos; II sets o( double work harness; 1 set with bnggr and hamns; blanketi; M sacks; abort bwtlwl oad; bnshels of wheat; some barlar 71 potatoes, mtlbagoes, carrots. A quantity of HouMlwM FurnKurr, FREE LUNCH at 12 o'clock sharp. Sale commence! il 10 TERMS: All flurns of and nnder, caah; ortr tfcat till October 1st oii 'purchaser giving an apmTored aots, bearing 8 per cent, lotanai frosn dats. M, A. KII.PATFIICK, Clark EO, Aucttmivr ;