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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUHiil)A.V, MAKCH 21, 1918 'mm LETlinUIDGE DAir.Y MHRALD PAGE SEVETl" I 'El or RESTRICIN IJFIiflRTSBYGOVT. i Ottawa, iMarnh 21.-No definite, an-noiihcement la. Itkoly to bo mtulu by thn govenvmeiit iih to tlio restriction of IraportB Iiilo Cnimiin until (ho rCso-liillbn nnJ bill iihUor which tho gdv-nrnment will tako the authority of,parliament to restrict such Imports has liaoii passed, The proposal 1b one which win iloubtldBs provoko conslil-urable dlscuBslon tii tho house and business Interests will be given an opportunity to state tholr views to tho Kovornnient, should they desire to do so. While parliament is considering the bin, tho war'trado board will give considerations to the question of regulations, and the list' of articles th^ importation of which could bo restrict od with the minimum of InconVcnlence to the public. RoHtrlctlons of imports will of lieceasity'moan a reduction of c.URtoms collections, and. In view of tho financial needs of the Dominion arising out of the war, this phase of tho matter will reriulro careful consideration. As already explained tho power of restriction to be taken by tho government will cover a period of three years after the declaration uf peace.. eiGDAMAGEeV **? : > hvki[ lor tbtv C'.mipahy. Purohcse of Rai,!,-; .Mr. llarvoy �also liit'oniiinl ilir com-mlttco that 1,41').78 gniH!! idiui or nill;--ha a brave, wlioU'-Houlcd true woman.' AUCTION SALE mam Two daily ulal'ors CHANGE . DEBTSLEGISLATl (Siioclnl to llie llorald) , Edmonton, Mar. 21.-That every Justice shall have jurisdiction in the judicial district in which he presides over action of debt, whether payable in money or otherwise, where the amouni, claimed does not exceed ?&0, and over such action where the amount originally claimed exceeds f.BO but has been reduced by payment or abandonment to that 'sum," is ithe exacting provision of the small debts act which is coming before the logialature for second reading. "Any p6rson having a claim may obtain from a Justice a summons after having delivered particulars ot Uie claim." Arrangements have been mad* for the trial of small debt cases In district court but in such cases there shall bo no appeal from the decision of the district court. Appeal to district court is provided for in the caqe ot a decision by a Justice of tho peace. Cut Out Plural Voting During the consideration ot the Edmonton charter amendments by the municipality committee of tho legla laturo Thursday it was decided to cut out plural voting bringing all the citizens ou the same level. 'Under pres ont conditions' the number of votes a man could have was reckoned by tho extent of his property holdings. An otlier amendment la majting a six rionths' qjiallflcatlon for electors and providlDg for registration from June I'to August 31. In tho case of property owners the wife shall have a vote if tho hi^sband la rated and vice versa but In the case of each there must be itorsonal repreaentatton. MANITOBA FARMERS ARE SEEDING NOW Winnipeg,' Mar. 21,-iReports recelv ed at thn grain exchange this morning state that a large nu^iber of farmers In the province,' especially in southern Manitoba, are boiglnnlng-seedlng opor-allons. At .Pilot Mound, Cartwright, Winkler and other points farmers have been sowing, wheat, some having as blgb as 35 acres planted, This is fully two weeks earllor than previous years, Food WUl Win the War Serve yoitf country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains, of Western Canada. Tlie Canacjian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin, Lands $1J to|30nn acre; irrigafedjand lip to 150; 20 years td'ijay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. ; Get full particulars and free jtlus-tr()ted.literature from' AlUN.CKMERON, Gm'ISipL C.P.R. imk ooi; ntst. cmvcalq^rv I pNO'S regulates jthe action of the digestive and eliminative system upon depends. In fevers, biliousness and skin eruptions arising primarily from disorders of the liver it exercises a prompt and beneficiaK effect at once, soothing, cooling and purifying. Comprised of the valuable elements of ripe fruit in a simple palatable form,'its action upon the liver is in every sense as beneficial as the raw juices of the fruits from which it obtained, ' 'A HotMieholJ remedy for nearly 40 yedrg IS PRUIT SALT V.' : " " Prepared by J. C. ENO. Umitad. " Fruit Salt Works," London, Eng. ' Sole Agents for North America HAROLD RITCHIE &' CO;. Limited, 10 McCftul St., TORONTO 33 Do Not Pass Up The Moline Universal Tractor The Opportunity Is Yours Today Do Not Regret It Later. "Investigatfe Now." Remember This !s The Last Word in Tractors. They Have Three Improvements Alone Which Save Much Power. "It carrie;- no nsidoss dead weight." "The plow.'i aril hitched right close up." "No useless front wheels to i)ush." / "The Moliii.^ Pnivorsnl is all Tr.ictor." "No better 'I ."actor is made for tough sod." "Tho Bpociii'iHlions are ahsolutcly guaranleed." "It is muili; ill iliR Tractor f.ictory In tho- world." "It Is guaranti-cd by the oldest Implement I'arm in tho state." "7500 sold In r,)17, 20.O()i) contracted to build in IftlR." "The man .vho drives the Tnictor runs the binder." " "It iii ab.sfilutfily a one man outfit." 2 cyliiidern, si-^.c A. 2 p]o\vr< in brealtliif, 3 in stubhli'. ' 4 cylinder, sL-c B, 'i plow.s in hrealdng, 4 in stubble.' Size B 1b u koK starter and runs a 28 separator. 50 per rout reserve power. No running on full capacity. 4 Yoii can ImiH-o delivery today. No waiting. Repairs, a,�ull stock will he kept In l.cthbrldge. Uxport will be kept solely tor Moline Tractor work.'"Servicp ' Ss and always lias been tho watchword ot the I^Iollnn Go. The price Ik right, no other maker can touch it. The (lualilv is guaranteed anil $l!t,000,000 is behind it,. Remember it Is the last v/ord In Tractors. OF 36 Head of Mares & Geldings WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BAitN On FRIDAY, MAR 22nd AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP TlKtae are all broken to work and will bp sold to the highest bl(ld(?r ko the parly nwniiiK Uiem lias sold his I'arni. .Vow Is your \ chance to buy a work teani at your iiwu price. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS  TENTH STREET SOUTH FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 22 AT TWO O'CLOCK . KEITH BELL Lcthbrldge Hotel, or 1212 6th Avenue South, Is the local agent for Lethbrldge and district. PUono 1301. FRANK WADDINGTON -1- .. ....... WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF HIGH CLASS FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: Very handsome dining suite in turned oak. ^comprising buffet, chairs and round exleuHlou table; solid leather upholstering in seats and backs of chuirs; fumed oak lied with coil springs, and nearly now OSTERMOOR MATTRESS; child's cot with hPavy brass top rails, drop sides and Mtra felt mattresw; MAGNIFICENT BEDROOM SUITE In IVORY ENAMEL, comprising.bed, dresser, dreas-ing table with whig mirrors and chlff9nier, Empire style; beantl-fui brass bed with springs and mattress; very fine dresser in fumed oak; extra large size mirror; extension lounge; carpet squares; drop head sewing machine; secretaire desk; Congoleum rug. lO^x . 12; new ;!-burner "New" PerXectjon stove with oven; Kitchen cab-\ -inet with shelved cupboard and bins below; heavy wool blankets;  SINGER HAND SEW.ING MACHINE, nearly new; "Arcadian" MALLEABLE STEEL RANGE. In splendid condition, comitlete with copper lank; set dishes; bread mixer; knives and forks; kitchen utenBlls, etc. . � ' ON VIEW THURSDAY, 7.30 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH PHONE 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" SOME QF R. F. DYGERT'S PERCHERON AND BELGIAN STALLIONS I have jiiitreceived another importation of godd young Percheron and Belgian stallions and mares. Another importation due to arrive AT OUR BARNS, LETHBRIDGE, ALIA., MARCH 25. Ne^ier have such a collection of real drafters been shown before in Canada. Como and make your choice, our prices terms and guarantees will protect you. , i-  i Write or Phqne 530 Lethbridge, Alta. Mi Barn on Third Ave. dffke 634.9th St. S -1 IS* 8520 2 B55A ;