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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE urnwmt'K'.F, n.uuv UF.HAU> FRIDAY, MARCH 21, i Default OR (Juaranteed Honds is j Watching iPpftUl to Her-ilJV KDMONTOX. -March Pre- mier Charles Stewart .said mornius ihax lie rtceivtd lerdaj Jrom Treasurer Fcoit rf the Grand Trtink Railway, an offi- cial uoMilcation tint a had he en appointee! for tr.e sjv tern and tiiat all monies taken orer by the recviver; ibat it would be rewssary for province of Albena to protev: on the g'jaranU'i-il bc-nJs Tor lino CODJI ruction. No tictice of aay li's'fauU on the bonds twn by the provincial The pro- vincial course-, holds a first Tuortrage on ihp for which ibe bonds were guaranteed. However, any qucsiiou of foreclosure, said the premier. nuvjid hare to wall upon notice that inieresi payments oa the bond? were Why such strong' 1 talk about TOASTIES They're drfferent, from other cornflakes meafy mors Why, could fairly LIVE on-them Increases Restrictions on Hogs or Sheep ttunmng at Large KPMo'NToy, Mfttvh Propost Amendment vo Act Small Farmers Will First Right on Open Land to tlu- f oa and hogs ta rmmmg at Lirgo were rresomed i" J the ugricultursl i-oiuruiuoo of the t'haj'.'cr 1'7 of the of Alberta, be uuKnlM by Section 6 and substituting ihe follow- Ins: slieeu which under jor over vhtther lawful or Itiot. slu'.ll bo to be s 'uotori- animiiL anil (he owner 'shall be lir.ble for ;iay done, liy any sach animal. j 1 any act or by-j law hc-reiofore- or any bylaw that tear hereafter he no hog shall bo allowed to run at large, and owner shall be liable for any dam- 11 done by any hot; while running! OTTAWA, March Oitll rftrvk-e Federation voted pol it it'll representation at the of eishiu annual cocveuilon day afternoon- The bonus was dls- issed. A resolution strooRly f ro- te sUng against the manner In which bonus o( bad been and distributed was carried imously. It was on motion ot A. J. Taylor, T. K. McloMs, that i he federation reiterate Its fidel- ity to merli system as iuteude4 by C.Yil Service Act. Miss supported by J. B. iUciXmald, tltat the lederaUou approach tho the to re mo vim the ot dis-! exiaflar j females In the matter of e ru ploy men i, promo (ton s and It was The total tiro 131S w in for Arising out of Mr, Marnoch's recent rUcies in the "Monetary Times" and the publicity that has been given throushont Canada-to the (Special to Herald> KOMONTON, 'March To pre- vent the indiscriminate migratiJii of cittle und Uveslock from ono of the province to another, to the dt-ui- meni of the homesteader. Hon. Dun- can Marshall announced in the agri- cultural committee this morning thai Kon f large herds; the Vnlted: States driving them across the to fatten them oa Alberta grass with- out paring a cent of taxes. Fred Kozak TTSS up before Jud this morning on the charge >f ualawfully woanding H. Kusenkow; at SUHordVll.e'on February aad was sentenced to one year wtih hard labor in '.he Lethbrtdge jail. 1 Kozafc, It will be remembered, ran amuck 'with a gun, and as a result WM severely wonaded la, abdomen, aa a result o! whfcb he I 333 been a pat (eat in the Gait Hospi-J tal for some time. Had (o Adjourn Durisg Debate on Estimates Owing to No Quorum (Spatial to Tie H-rald) EDMONTOXt March For the Titlls Paixi. 30c, 60c, an first time in the history of Alberta and it is claimed, the second time in she real and Halifax. history ol Canada, the legislature was during tbe debate on the estimates because of lack of a-quor nm. The point ot order was raised by A, F, "Bwsg West Hdmonloo, after Hmotrd Crawford (Opp.J, fjoutk Edmonton, nad begun bis re marks followlnj Use coeclueioa of speech cf Hon. Duncan Marshall, min- laler of agriculture. the the speaker must' im mediately connt thosfi present, and, if there are les? than the quorum ttio houss stands adjourned to the tisaal hour of the neit slttitig day.: This the speaktr did after counting] ten members 'of the opposition cnt, sii government numbers', Inclml-i ing the speaVer, and one cross t AJex. Ross, the Uibor niemhef from 1 Calgary. Another interesting point raised is whether ins entire debate on estimates Is not adjourned by the action. The best authorities say j that It is, .and that to resume the de- bate rriH now require unanimous con- sent of the house, A similar incident occurred in Hit- federal parliament laM week. THEOLOGICAL .COURSES FOR RETURNED MEN KINGSTON, Ont, Match on tbe request of a number, of re- turned men who desire to serve a year in theological courses, the educa. tionml board of the Presbyterian; Church has arranged for a full theo-s logical session to be held at Queen's i tbU summer. The session will rep-! rewnt the eastern colleges which in- clude, besides Queen's, Knot, Mont- The Ontario Government "will bring la legislation affect I ng consolidated schools. Auction Sale At Taylor Milling Stock Yards At One o'clock Sharp ON SAT., MARCH 22 15 Heavy Work Horses and Mares. 75 Head of Range ang Milk PETER LeVALLEY, Auctioneer Phone 1S09 TERMS CASH, NO RESERVE The domestic disagreement In the tsse of Mr, and Mrs. N'ewton Morgan, of M7, adjourned till toilay, was dis- posed o: by Judge Jacteon. The wife charging tlie cruelty. His honor plrtced JHc hushnni] on susppnded sentence on personal surety of for future good havior, with the that ;i division of the farm should lake iilace so tliftt the parties could live tsepantle- Unreserved AUCTION SUE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. ORVAL LOGOS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ANO WITHOUT RESERVE At Hn Farm, Located Two MSei West of Hyssop School, and fire miles North of the Lethbridge Experimental Farm, On THURSDAY, M'ch 27 AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED FARM EQUIPMENT: 1 span grey mares, 3 yt'ati, 21'GQ Iba.; 1 grey mare, 7 years, 1400 Ibs.; 1 hay mare, f, years. Ibs.; 1 grey mare, yfarp. 1500 lha.: 1 marR, 5 ycara, 1200 1 span baya, mtire nnil gcUllne, 4 years, 2S06 I hay a years. 1WO 1 hay gcldicg, 3 years. HOD 1 SPM ponies, colta at side, KW Ihs.; 3 colls; 2 yearling tolls. Somt 21 lead harrier, all comiilcte; 1 r.nrt linttoma; 1 linaki-r anil slahblo toUnrna; 1 r; 1 acarly new 4-tl. McCormkk liay rako; 2 S-Ii. McCorrntck 6 sets breeching harness; 2 s? Imperial GanK IMrju, 46-Inch P. S O. sulky viiti nearly new 8-tt. McConnlA bir-.'ip. mower; 1 t-n. Decrir.s mmvsr; rllsca; 1 set four section stfj'ji 1 1 Van Brunt ilonbic flisc jirtss 'Jrill; 2 U'fJjlrr Kan ;o WOK- rjnsj tl 3Vt aleol skein vvesou. OM pom- iniun tank; 1 tluniv 1 dcniVTal; 1 Slu'wprt horse clipper; 1 .Mason I'.lsc'n j, aycr, nearly now; all ilher ho-jEfhold goorts and ALSO A GREAT OUANTITV OF SMALL ARTICLES TOO NUMEKOUS TO f TERMS OF SALE, CASK. PETER LeVALLEY Auctioneer ,D J, PHOWE LETHF, MilUOE. damage were SATISFYING RELIEF FROM_LJ1BAGO Sloan's Liniment has the panch that relieves rheumatic twinges This iyitig-, congestion- ciiculatjon-stitnuhting rem- edy f-fiictratcs R'itheul rubbing right to the aching spot and brings quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wondcriul help for extcrnai pains, sprains, strains, stiuness, headadie, lumbago, bruises. Get your bottle little, means-rnuch. Ask your for it by name. Keep it handy for the pi CanaiJa, The big bollle is ecoaomj1. The Robinson Folding Bath Tub Guaranteed for ten years, 60 to. long, 27 In. wide and 16 in. Conies set up ready for use. When not in use can be folded tnd put away. Be your own best frieuil by having one In your home. Prepaid upon receipt of price, J 15.00. Agents wanted. W. R. COLLINS, General t Dominion Block. L.Oibridae, Altwrta. Great Dispersion Sale HAVING SOLD MY FARM HOLDINGS, I WILL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE AT MY MONARCH FARM, ONE MILE NORTH- EAST OF MONARCH, AND FOUR MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF NOBLEFORD, ON N. W. QUARTER SEC. S, TWP. 10, RANGE 23, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN- On Wednesday, March Mh 1919, COMMENCINO AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M., THE FOLLOWING '.ESCRIBED Live Stock and Farm Equipment 600 Head of Beef Stock Cattle 150 head I. 2 and 3 year oia 150 head 1. 2 and 3 year old 275 head ol cows trom 4 to 7 years ot age; 10 high grade and registered Hereford and Shorthorn bulls. These cattle are ot high grade hreedinj-ot Ibe and are all dehorned and will he told in lots to suit purchaaers. A number ol milch cows, now milking and others to be treth later on -will also be offered. 10 head work sloct, comprising 20 head ot snares from 4 to 1 years of age, hred to registered stallion, service fee paid. These mares are well broke to harness and from 1100 to 1300 Ibs. head ot geldings, well oroien, aged from 4 to 7 years complete blacksmith oultits, Including blowers, anvils, and die sets, saws, hammers, wrenchen, post drills, etc.; a Urge quantity ot 25 and 23 inch woven hog wire will also be olfered; two Owens' smut cleaners with wagon elevator; 40 seta or harness, In good order, having been recently repaired and otlert; one 6-sectioa spring tooth cultfvalor; one Tllan ten-twenty tractor, complete with self-steering device, extension murt luga anrl threshing In good condition; some slccl drams, ofl pump wllh hose, tic., useful around Iraclor; three used Ford cars, Ihese cars have been used by us in the operation of the farm and are fn gfjocl working order and repair, two are 1917 model touring bodies, one roadster btwly with Iruck box; one Ue Laval cream separator N'o. 4ffl per hour; one 1-hornC one slip "scrflper; a large number ot eveners and Ireea ol all str.eH, small loola, forks, phoveln, etc., loo numerous to mention; r, dozen Wyamlolle atrnln hens; a quantity of potatoes will also bd offered, Household Furntture, cvmfrimg Desks, Chain, etc. Freo hoi mtaln served all on (ho Twites comldg Trnm a on the nlBht trains arriving at Monarch will Ve met by conveyance If we are nnlilted and sleeplnR accommodations arc btlng with the H, R-.Cp. to _ liia-l nt Monarch, and bedding ttltl yards cnab ins any one to ahlp same diy of i'ale.' TERMS OF Cash, On tiorses and S time will lie givnp on Rpprored lien notes interest at All Bums under net cash, and over trial (Hatounl will he allowed. H. E. ME1BACH, Proprietor AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE MM. L. t, DUtiCAN TO (ELL IV IHJtLIC AUCTION On TUESDAY, MARCH 25tb AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE VILLAGE OF NEW DAYTON THE FOLLOW I NO FARM STOCK AND 1 9 1 nure. 7 1 6 n; I kay i 1 5 yean; 2 bay II years, til well broken In foal; 1 brown gelding. 10 years; 1 MdJle fcone. S yean; 1 gelding, 2 jrran; a 2 3 yearling colts; 1 bay mare, rising 4 fears. 1 tows. la call; 1 milch cow, la calf: 1 milch cow, fresh; 3 alrers, 2 years; t 2 years; 5 yearling calro; 2 sprios 1 better, 8 yoiri, pure bred. 1 wagon, single box; 1 wagon and rack: 1 Emaraon zulfcy plow, 14 Inch; 1 West, 14 inch, S bollomi, new; 1 No. 12 Detainl separator, nearly new; 1 Dewing btadtr; 5 double baruM; 1 itock saddle. A lot of await nur mention, Tarmi Caab. No reserve aa everything muat be Mid. L. B. DUNCAN, Proprietor. PETIR LeVALLEV, O. J, McSWAIN, Clerk. Phons L.thbridge. Administrator's Sale AUCTION SALE I AM INSTRUCTED BY MACKENZIE 41 MENZIE, 30LI01- FOR THE ADMINISTRATOR TO OFFER FOR SALE WITH. OUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT BONNELL'S SALES BARN, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, ON Satirday. the 22nd Gay of March K.D, 1919 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP IN THE AFTERNOON THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS: 1'Team of roan mtrei, and 7 years old, weight 2400 in foal; 1 team geldings. 7 years old, 2400; 1 dark roan gelding, ased 4 years; 1 bay gelding, aged 3 years; 1 roau flHy, L 1 2-year-old registered Holstein heifer, bred to Lloyd Devine's pure bred bull; 1 cow, ,1 years, fresh soon; 1 years, fresh; 1 double democrat, two seals, good condition; 1 heavy farm wagon and bundle rack; 1 heavy farm wagon, triple box; 1 slagls walking plow; 1 disc harrow; 2 sets double harness; one Magnet separator, together with other chattels, too numerous to mention; also C teams young mares, 1300 to 1400 TERMS CASH. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE MONDAY, MARCH 24th, 1919 Sec 36, Tp. 3, R. west of Lethbridge 2 miles west of Kipp Station HORSES: 1 rcgistcreil Clydesdale Stnllion, 5 years oW, a sood gelding, S years old, weight about 1350, 1 seldiag S years old, 1350, (bay 1 gelding g years old, 1150; 1 -I ytars old. 1150; 1 gelding, 3 years oM, 1150; 6 head rnarw, 3 and 4 rears olJ. 1 25 h.p. steam engine, Waterloo make, nm three seasons thresh- ing, In good condition; 1 Advance Rumlcy separator, 36i60, fully equipped, run one season, light reserve; 1 15 libl. water tank and wagon r.early new; 1 7 btrf. water lank and wagon: 1 gang plow, 12-incb, breaker and stubble bottom; 1 sulky plnw, 11-inch, breaker and stubble bottom; 1 twenty disc '.'r'11 TERMS: Engines and it all ion 25 per cent, balance arrang- ed to suit purchaser, with approved teeucity Interest at 1% dis- count, t% for cash. Other stock and implements casK. Geo. P. Porter, Auclioneer. W. H. HARVEY, Owmr. Hirlnj ilocker will tor OM past two Tttn I SIB placing It on market. V It cnU and sears immediately and prevents bleeding t found docker docs not refOT growth of the h the csse'ln Ihn old method of dwkloc, whlck pots the kark oie month. My humane docker cart M by any cne. FOR SALE R C. HARVEY Sth Street Lethbridge ;