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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT UVlHblMlXil-; U.MIA1 Hl'.HAU) THURSDAY, MARCH 211, HEAR NEUTRAL League of Nations Commission; Will Hear Requests of Small Nations M-irch ot Aria and South Aim-rlcK iviH K- sivor. unity to Jay tu views, and propose suuenilirsenu to ihe Kagtie uf nulious phms. at-.v iraU. such as Holland anl have dogate? in ihe inrUaUou c-i ihe co'iiivsl. while more distant will btf by "'tn-j Liters residing in PanV. j The me el Ins wUl K-M at the lioiol riillon in tlio room? liio njveium it is jiurpyicii tn i-ominut? '.lie LITTLE NEUTRALS WANT MORE SAY ?XFUS, March plea that have a larger in and direction of the leaei's of rut- tfcan is now proposed made to of the tKe cf rations by envoys of Holland. Switzerland, Denmark, Norway aid Otherwise. the- rf present alines sail, they gsneraUy tatiified plan. 4 Will lie Considered at Session of Commission To IMd 1 Saturdnv SIR EDWARD BROTHER IS DEAD TOKOXTO. Jlmvh was received horo this afier- V nuui ajwr Hie shoot Motal ducts I'omiKiuy. uiu! ui ihe- lion, sir KAwar.1 Kemp, overseas minister ot militia, died Florida FOR iRE POOD COVKXHAULX, Mar. a talk newspapermen -in Herlin. Hen- Vou Hrami. Gorman tsuder-stDreary of state, ssftl enteaie 3iad prowtecil to reMviciions uyju tnulo bo- iweeu OenuRny A ml ibe ututrale, 'pecially as regards com- immicailou ami 10 miusatc ihe sever tra'.K liy mi Sw OsnicaJila ami most of tlio neuiraU h LIY ins suggestions to makp. Tliojo representoil liy delegate fap heard together, according 10 j'tes- jiTan. The liirt-c Srandtnavfcn iviSI present Tiriiully iucn- iiropoiats, it i? understood, these in the main favorable to the kiguc and asking inat naturals be ad- mitted lo membership. John for xnauy years a Boun- ty councillor for died :u co.'idiiifHied lie tiffccrs of finporis on ihe lions, bui saiil ii would bi Uie tirar ration. pjra supplies would bE i warkirs. be ?ald. l'ARK-5. March jiiceiins L'l league of t wilt he UvM ni U) o'clcick tfamrJjy. whon all uiul will sidorod ;uul ilio ytais imi ift'o dviinito Tl'.js will be ila- first nit-el- liug cf Uu' mission ?iuce the covvuam (was ado plod, tlu1 dny before rrcsidciit t Wilson left (or ilw I'mU'd Sutof. and ii will eonriiitcr subuii'.U'd tin ncaritis of neutrals any inlior which have i taken form. Kchcri t'ocil and Thonus 'Gregory, I'liitotl Staler attur- coy-gtiiurij. arc now jiero arid aro attiong ivliy have 'o u Ii'.o such ii will mcei jnJer of Tlio IOCK! i hold coutiiiu.'iia of Uie "miL lhe of 'ability io'Eiyns i? tomplewil. SYDXKV. X. S.. Mardi During tlii: abseiu-e yl llio who LUU-mling ii file set in ii distnul part of I the low H, a of nu-n, hauimcrs, c rowers ami oilier- LtuttU'iiitMits and wc-apons. yesterday; stormed the iiulu'is station at WMorforil ana wflf with pevcMli loads of liquor before ttu1 uuth- j sir Mii'hut'l Imve returucd lu llio foifiHT from the iiyau' aud KiUor from y visit to Tnlit-a Static. Proinu-r hluyJ oxpressed llio opinion that a Lirelliuluury peace treaty with ihe licr- umns probably win bt- r.-nUy very sbortty, Itut' ttilnkji Uiat lUc working out of the tiuul lU'ulU will Lu a ior ot weeks, if not mumlis. MURDERER CAUGHT XKW YOUK, Murch WftHetf K. Wilklneou, who Sun- day, a few hours before a warrant was for his arrest, on thq diargo at ImvSu's murdered bis wife at their humo lit Long Uet month, arrested uoar (ho Pennsylvaula Hall- rcLul touiiuul in UiU city Ust Bight soon after lit5 ariival from 1 PARIS. March Uo- oriiU'iS beeuuitf a ut was yo iiiS wi. 1 "riu-i work was still in progress L the rctnruL'J. but the gang j made u coiuploie esciiiK'' wiili the cs-j ceptSon ot an Italian who was caugbuj iu tUo nti of loivrrluK a boi-r; a window. There a German ia- to Bacon to IGJALFOiLOl; the Ucruuur lives at I'ospu have ns.nn Wen iiuev-j TUineA at time when result to tc reached. 1' i? sail this wa? (Uo result of ilii> evasive LLI lidide of the1 German government. states that the Herman I'uinmand to K1 in opon con- flici wiih the valuni-t ;iuA will not undertake to a si anniatii't in keeping wiiJi situutloa 'Sjieuled Cauaillaa Xorlhern Uailwav. ST. JOHN'S. XfM- Mari-h I'romlcr Muyil und Finatii-o Minister OTTAWA. >lar. The miiilia de- artnient is in receipi of aclvice by cable iht movement of the i-ret 15 already uniier way. TUc j Hth battalion and head quartern Wfctm wfoAb ty di- c t tbrcush pot n and blood- VOKll. U G. Waltora. of Edmonton, was elei-ied grand master when ihe nam-j ing o! officers tor the year was com- nenced. Cbaries Cross, of Calory. I was elected deputy jrrand master. AIRPLANES VISIT EX-KAISER O Pr AMKROXGE.V, March IS. CousraeraWe i ment was created at Ajaarongen] where former Emperor William is stayltjs. when six airplanes appear- ed suddenly noon today from be- hind a bank of clouds- They came from ifce east and after encircling ijie castle twiwj disappeared In a northerly direction. The nationality ot the machines could not be distinguished owing to the oTercast but it is gener- ally ajsuraed that tluy Trere Dutct, HANG JULY 1.1TH MONTREAL, March Zazefsky senteDceil yesterday by Justice Desy in the court of King's bench to ue hanged on July llth next. Zazefsfcy was found guilty by the jury attftr lii minutes deliberation of hav- ing murdered a Polish compatriot named PeJer Dishkent on Sept. 16, ISIS. Dishkent's body was lound iti a poo) of K-ater in Verdun. i "God knows that J didn'fWl] Tas (he comment of R.N.W. M. P. Sale of CAST HORSES The following horses will be sole! by Public Auction at the Barracks, Lethbridge, at 2 p.m. SATURDHY, March 23th, 1919 REGISTER No............ ..............317 .............626 TERMS CASH (COMMANDING "K" DIVISION MCLAUGHLIN CARS CANADA'S STANDARD CAR Elegant Economical Efficient Mclaughlin Cars can be bought from ihe follow- ing local dealers; they are all working for you. Mc- laughlin Service is unexcelled. Letbbridge..........Lctbbridge Motors Limited Warner.....................Service Garage Raymond............... King Green Garage Motors Cardtton.............Cardston Motors Limited THE SAME DEALERS ALSO INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 3-4, 1 and 2 Ton Capacity. This is the Truck with REAL SERVICE behind it and ihe line of parts carried in Lelhbridge is COM- PLETE. Investigation on this point before purchas- ing is recommended to all intending Truck Owners. No Truck, however good, is any good lo you unless parts for it are all carried RIGHT HERE. SMITH FORM A TRUCK The problem of the Old Car is solved when you have purchased a Smith Form a Truck Attachment, The cheapest system ol good haulage in existence. port (3rd In the above dealers will bring whatever infonnation'niay dnirvd. FINAL DISPERSION SALE OF Livestock, Implements and Household Goods AT GOLDEN WEST BALGREGGAN, SEC. 19-E3-1, W. 5th M. March 1919 Last Day of Calgary Horse Show at p.m. Sharp, 3 registered CLYDESDALE STAL- L10NS, rising 1, 4 and 6 years. 7 registered CLYDESDALE MARES and FILLIES, aO yonag, 4 in foal. 7 Clydesdale Geldings, 3-5 year: old. 3 young Grade Mares, safe in foal, 1 2-year-oW and 1 yearling Grade Fffly. 1 registered HACKNEY STALLION, the peerless Scotsman. 1 registered HACKNEY MARE, rijing 7 years, in foal to Scotsman. 1 registered JERSEY COW, will be fresh at time of sale. 1; registered DAJRY SHORTHORN iCOWj to freshen about time of sale, DAIRY COWS, coming in soon. 2 2-year-old AYRSHIRE grade About 40 of Rhode Island red, hew (pure breds and Binder, manure spreader, seeder, mow- ers, wagons, gang plows, sulky plow, harrows, harness, etc., all in good order and many of these implements as good as new, being used only for a few years and very little at that, Credit wffl be gladly arranged with reliable parties. Farm 7 miles S. W. of Calgary. J. W. Dunio Auctioneer. P. M. Bredt Co Phone tylMJ, Box 2089, Calgary. AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER MR. L. I, DUNCAN TO SELL PUBLIC AUCTION On TUESDAY, MARCH 25th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE VILLAGE OF NEW DAYTON THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK AMD IMPLEMENTS 1 trey mare. years; 1 bay mnre, 7 years; I grey mate, jCArs; l mart1, G 1 bay marc. 5 years; 2 bay 1ft all well broken autl Ui foal; 1 limwu gilding. 10 yecre; 1 Iturav. years; 1 black fielding, 2 years; 1 bay 1 years; 'J yearling rolls; 1 bay marp, rising 4 racRc cou-j. in ralf; I milch cow, in i milch cow, steers, '2 years; 2 IiciCers, '_J years; 5 yearling cakes; 2 sprlof I'iJlvo.--; i heifer, '2 years, bred. 1 wagon, siugl? box; 1 anj rack; 1 Kmerson sulliy plow, 14 locli; 1 Croat H Inch. new; 1 Xu. li scintfltor. ni-arlv I Dcering binder; fi scls douMe liarness; J slock A lot of small articles too lo mention. Ter.r.s No reserve as everything muit bt sold. L. B, DUNCAN, Proprietor. PETER LeVAULEY. Auctioneer, D. J, Clerk. Phone 18W, Lethbridae. Dispersion Sale HAVING SOLD MY FARM HOLDINGS, 1 WILL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE AT MY MONARCH FARM, ONE MILE NORTH- EAST OF MONARCH. AND FOUR MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF NOBLEFORQ, ON N. W. QUARTER SEC. 3, TWP. 10, RANGE 23, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN. On Wednesday, March 26th 1919, COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M., THE FOLLOWING Live Stock and Farm Equipment Head of High-Grade Beef Stock Cattk Fann ImplemenU power [aiming mill, as good at new; onfi Fosston ham) power hutnfng mill; one VtBtont grinder. 11 Inch. plate; one l-'leurrV' Bnsila'se cutler, 14 incli with blower altachmeat, and thirty- leel jiljie siitHdent carrying into hay loft. This machine Is in ricrtecl order and has with It set of extra wlilch Iiava never been used; one power windmill hcatl, Manitoba Co.'a malcc. II II. wheel complete wllh (0 [tet shaftlm, with jack for grinding, nlao Manitoba 15urr Grinder of proper to fit Both rail! and grinder arc in perfect and complete; one Armstrong well machine, with cutnrileta slrlne of drlliing tool! nnd 40D feet of S-inch steel cahle. This machine Is !n shape lo go lo -v.-ork at once; one letvhnrseiiower Stickney etiglne, portable, anil which has hem used principally to operate well machine; three h.p. Mar.itohs esigines in good working order with jniiiip coinpictc; one heavy service pump Jack, manufactured Iw Unlario Wind Engine, and Pump Co.; worm