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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 ME LETHTmmOR DATLV MKTUin THimSDAY, MARCH 22, 19.17 Ml IN IHE 'Special to the Herald) Edmonton, Mar, Ihliifc It Mill be admitted by tfco majority of the farineny If not by EOUIG men who are more or less polldcfans, tha( (he de- jtavlicent of agriculture Las boon rim as nearly on non-partisan, lines as any ot agriculture In Canada has ever been was the reply ol Hoi. Duncan ilarshall, minister of Bg- iTnillure. In the legislature llita after- noon lo Ihe charge by iho opposition tnai (be names of the locations ot the four new sencols of agriculture wore hciiig withheld In view of an ap- election. Not only did the-minister make Ibis declaration, tut he wcui further tinted tliat if lue places wbcre tlie Ecliools would bo biiiLt were not an- Bounced before an elecllon no can- dlilalo bo able lo say thai ho had any iirotmse from him itat a echoul would be creeled in Ms Eliiuencx. Further iban Intimation that ono of Uic schools would be some- where In the neighborhood of Lcth- brldgo and ono east of Canary lo rovide for the people living ou the [cose Lake line, the minister said be hobors wero yesterday commuted for'Otradnoo. Sask., tltor having Invited Irlal on 0 charge of buying committed >ilko W, Cnrokoff, leader of on opuo- Bti to tho human faction, to come out And cal'li. Mr. Glcwarl: "I hadvono doalliss WANTED HIM TO'EAT; DEAD iODY .Tlioy aro to, have taken a ivltli mhers only but Ilia objection. ,'-.niikfld Corpse oh'a elclph and left-11 was raised that (his was.only saskatorti, March Douit-'Blandlrig In' IIIQ villago 'Bnuciro of Mr. "Do wo understand there will be no compensation act be- fore the iPRlslRlure this Mr. Slewnrt answered no.' Mr. Ewlng HM If tho commission would so fnlo tbp Question properly an act could bo prepared that would give a measure of reasonable Jus tiro to (be moa. I Mr, Stewart staled that it was Iho JiitoDtloii lhat tho commission should luvestlgtito the legislation of olhor provincos and other countries and hear ovlcloiico, A deputation representing Iho min- ers of district IS, consUHig of Presi- dent Whoatloy and Secretary' John- (600 to the Canadian Medical Corps, district-No. 13. T, M. Tweeillo informed" the committee that It was lipped this year iu IHLSU for Hifr p.-vtriotlc fund to northern and eouthern Alberta by voluntary sub- scriptions. HB Eal'.l ho uaderstooj a measure was being brought In to al- low the various Spall lies to inako cor.trlbullons as jnimlclpalllles tg Ihe fmn. ___ lion. Chas. Stewart, erplalnlng the! eon, who walled upon the premier nn-1 vote of for a commission (a for an amendment ot HID mjii-j quire Into ivorkmon's comiieasallcn, crs' net had teen informed earlier salfl the. commusUm would Investigate tie day of the declsloi of tho govern.'! all nspccli of the question and make 'n (ft Q romiiematfoh act., a report upon which Ifgls'allou could Thoy also asked payment of minors be Jiased. AUVOTC, said the minister, si iln at-mlne raiQ and a central lios- wlio knew anything about the subject piUI to do the work of the Mayo knew of compensation lhat It was a hospital. Rochester, Minn, li ccnnoc- dKficuh and inCrfcite question, but lion n-llh the nro.'Ofed district bos- ibrre should be an act cm tho statute pltnls. Tbey wore Informed that CO books. Mr. Tivceillo asked If any bill notlihig couli be doiie hid been prepared. tion iMs year. eltiior dlrec- could give no in formal Ion. It was pointed out by Premier SifLon and the raiiifler of agriculture that U was difficult to name n plEce until it rmd been found out that all the reaulre- ments necessary were fa (be locality not only in regard to the land'tndls- ia give the school the de- sired environment, but ia regard lo proximity to railway Lrai.iporLatfoa end a ceo mm oil a tion for the students. The minister's statement ms made the house was la committee of iupply and before the committee rose the estimates for the year bad been passed and the supplementary ttates were .being recorded. Workmen's Compensation A sura of was for a commission to inquire into the ques- tion ol Turkmen's compensation. It will be composed of a representative o[ the employed acd the commission- er. VVsnted 'Information On the vote or llQd.000 for the schools of agrlcullurc Mr. Michener thought H was due to the legislature that they should have information as to the location of the schools before the vote was passed. This was all the more necessary because of the possl blllly of an election. The location o[ a school mlgbl be held out as an. indacemeal, Premier Sitton in replying said that there was one absolute condition in I regard to the schools and that was "that there must he a half section OL land. Then the schools must be with- in walking distance "ot a railway sta- tion and must be in a locality where the pnplls could get accommodation. I If they located a school and M was] discovered that Ihe locality had not the rcii'jlred condition and had lo be changed to another aeighbortpol they I the dissatisfaction of ihe people of one locality. To avoid that Qie location of a school was not decided upon until after inquiry been mndc. This would take time., Mr. Hoadlejr said that the'minister of aericullurc'had Epoken last sessloa about demonstration farms and he reasoned (hat the government had time to get definite information.. He claimed the matter was being evaded for election purposes. _ Hon. Duncan Marshall replied that he bad to tbe statement he tad made a few days ago. One would ba located in the neigh- borhood oC Lethbrirtee whether 'close to Ihe city or In some small town In IDG district he could cot say, hul there certainly must be a balE section of land lo give lie school the requisite faiwlig Improvement. As to the lalfc about liiberaliand-Conservative con- stituencies the minister pointed to what had been done at Stony Plain which was represented by a Conser- vative, because It had an agricultural BQclelv Lhat entered enthusiastically lato the irorfe.' Dr. T. H. Blow, stating ihat there two or'thrne hundred students 1n Calgary ihal wanted to attend a echool of agriculture advocated one being built near that city. The vote tor the school was then passed. Dcmorislration Farms Spoaking ;o Ae vole of foi Iha fajms Mr. Marshal Inioruwd the comm'itee that It was less ihun last jeaf.f He hoped by nssl seiilon 10 havo an act pre- pared :'or tue farrnj operated oa Then the "only volB te asked for would be lor ad.T.'nlslratien aod educational to the fannets that ensilage could to nude In AJberta, they IYPTO going to tfTOlultonits the winter ItiE calLc. Construction In the estimate appeared for telephone construction charged to capital. Premier Siflon said that the vole for eiendin? the loll system lo serve -towns and villages anrl munltlcs on railway lines having as yet no telephone connections. It also Tor accommodation toll lines lo town. Tillages and communities re- motely situated from railway lints. This, he staled, would be the policy of tho department in carrying out lur- ther extensions while the present con- ditions governing the cost of material rac'.-alleJ. The lines lhat should te extended communities remotely. Eltuated from lines of transportation wouM bo EO constructed they ffoyltl be utllbcd for rural lines when, conditions Tvarran'.ciJ the undertaking of this of work. Such loll Hnci] vn'ikl only be toll lines until co.i-[ vcrtol into rural systems. The de- would undertake no ''tion of erchangrs In cities or IOTHS or the of PCT exehanpe3 lij .cities, or. ton-ps b'Jt the vote would- care of applications for frorn Ihosc living adjacent to existing plants. Patriotic Grants iron. C. P. .Mitchell, provincial treasurer, informed the coramltlce thai tn the vote of for the Al- geria returned soldiers coramfsEJoT anil to various patriotic organizations vaj included to Ihe .military 'eeclloh Of the Y-M.C-A.. a similar aum 1o the Ilrillsn Naval Relict fund In .CaDada, Jl.COO'lo Ihe bor scouls and Gas Tractor Owners Are youi1 cylindcvs worn or scored. We can rcbbvc llieiii and fit them with new pistons and Icali proof rings. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 FIRST AVE, S. PHONE 1732 There Will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction At the Lcthbrldge Sale itnd Feed Burn. On THURSDAY, MARCH 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING 1 Uam Clyde Mirci, 7 8 year, weight 3600 Ibs. '1 team 6 and 7 yean old, wclgliL 3100 Ibs. 1 Bay Mare, 6 yean old, weight 1500 Ibi. 1 Bay 8 yean old, weight 1400 Ibi. 1 team.Clyde Marci, 4 6 yeart old, weight 2800 Ibi. 1 Black Marei, 5 and yean old, weight 2600 Ibi. I Black team Mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2800 Ibs. I Bay Gelding, 7 yeart old, weight Ibs. 1 Grey Mare, 11 yean old, weight 1500 Ibi. 1 Bay Mare, 6 yean old, In foal, weight 1300 Ibs. I Grey Mare, 4 weight 1100 THESE HORSES ARE ALL IN GOOD CONDITION AND ALL BROKEN TO WORK. GOOD GRADE STOCK, Also 10 High Grade Cows supposed to be in Cull. 1 to 8 years old. OWNER HAS RENTED HIS FARM THE REASON FOR SELLING TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AVERY TRACTORS Possess A VERY QUALITY ALL EXPERIENCED THRESHEHMEN AND PLOWMEN RECOG- NIZE "AVERY" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER. FORMANCE. a ilw Avtry Tractor lo lit rvery sire farm. Avery Oil Tracton ar- equipped with double carburetor and they burn" Kerosene perfectly. Tractors cost less to to run. Prices and terms are right. Let us give you details, Tractors demonstrated every day at our Warehouse. McMAHON MACHINE Co. ;LETHBRlbGE, ALBERTA LOOKING FOR LAND Section Raw Land, 2 ihilcs from station. Wey- biirn Excellent soil. per acre. Terras. Worth- double. Will sell in half sections.' SEVEN MACOONALO BLOCK Sterblna, HaVe Just Imported from Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 Fcrclierons, 1 Belgian and 1 French Drift JOLIMETZ 117417, Dark Grey, Foaled May 2B, 1914, wilght .about IBCOIbi. RACINE 105157. Black, Foaled May 8, 1914. wtlght ibout 17QQ Ibi. BRILLIANT Black, Foaled June B, 1908, WBlght' 1500 Ibi. LEANDER Mo. 103S92. Grey. Foaled BI' No. 118J66.. Grey. Foaled March 20, 1914, -weight ..abflut'ieoo'ibs. No. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1913, weight h'o. 96124. Black. Foaled June 7, 1912, walbht about Ibi. -V No. 73953. Black. Foaled June 28, 1910, weight" No. 57512 Black. 4, IMf.'. France November 1908. No. 63058, Grey. Foiled April 20. 1910. "Iriporttd.from France Aupual 1911, wclqhl about 2200 Ibi. s No. 633S2 Black, Foaled April [TTiporte.d from Fr 1307. V C jX. ,Record No. 122925. Foalfd June 24, 1914- KING COLE, Draft Stallion Black. Record ed 1914, Stallion. Roan. Record No. 9405. Foaled -June 11, 1914, -ivslflht-about Thaie'stallions have been purchased from one of--the breeders, and Importers on the American continent. They hive, been bbupht worth.the money, and are priced to icll. alip exchirige (or' horsca. ".-.r: SALE AT THE LETHBRlDGE ''SALE BARN. H. O. ROLLAG, I T CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC SALE On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP AS I AM RENTING MY FARM I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE At My Farm, 1% Miles S. E. of Coaldale MY ENTIRE O'UTFIT OF LIVE STOCK, MACHINERY, PRODUCE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS CONSISTING OF team mares, 4 and 5 years old; i team geldings, weight 3300 Ibj., 5 and seven years old; 1 broTvn gelding, weight 1700 7 years otd; 1 sorrel gelding, weight 1250 Ibs.. 2 years old; 1 blacfc mare, weight 1500 Ibs.; 1 black mare, weight 1400 1 black marc, weight 1750 Ibs.; 1 grty mare 1400 Ibs.; 1 roan mare, weight 1250 Ibs.; 1 black mare, weight 1300 1 yearling mare and 11 head of rising yearlings and. 2 well broken pony mares. Most of the abore wares are in foal to my registered Percheron slalUon. Also have two registered Percheron stalliona, agea rising 5 and 1 years, which will be subject lo reserve blis Lo be announced aL Line of sale. TegtslerecJ Shorlhorn 5 years old; 6S head or cows, mosily 3 and 4 years old, all safe ID calf, with calf at tool or milking. Several good milk COTTS in this lot.; 2 head of 3 and 4 oli steers; 7 head rising 2 years old heifers; 12 head rlafns 2 year old steers; H bead steers, rising yearltogs; 19 head hclfcra, rising yearlings, the exception of three cattle all good beef Lypa ot cstlle. moally Shorthorns. registered Berkshire boar, 2 years old; 6 registered Berkshire SOTS, dae to farrOTr soon. pullets and young hens; 3 Rhode Island Red cockerels. Arm hay stacker, 40 foot masl; 4 hay floats and slings; 2 McCormlck mowers; 1 Decrlag mower; 2 dump rakes; 1 Massey Harris side delivery rake; 1 sweep rake; I InLennlfonaJ horse power hay Intenatlonal gasoline power bay press, 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 Emerson sulky plow; 4 walking and dilch 2 drag harrowa; 1 subsurface packer; j Duckfoot cullirator; 1 Z-horse cultivator; 1 garden seerter and cultivator; 1 Kentucky grain drill, nearly new; 1 potato planter; 1 rwilato digger; 3 dump wagons; 3 bay rack wagons; 2 box wagons; 1 Deere mannT2 spreader; 1 buggy l spring wagon; 1 Overland automobile; roid grader-ditcher; 1 srrrreyibg level; 2 Deering binders; I Tinning mill; 1 h.p. gasoline engine; 1 grain tickler; 1 culling box; I alfalfa cultlralor; disc harrows; 1 S-lnch Burr feed I lereler; 7 double harness; 1 set single harness; 1 saildlc; 3 slip Ecrapcra; I Fresno scraper; 1 Magnet cream large size; 2 churns; 1 Prairie Slate Incubator; l teed cooker; 1 grinder; 2 gasoline drums; 1 portable forRe. blacksmith anri car- penter tools, forks, sbovela, clc.; 1 portable tar loader; 1 Deere engine plow, S stunnio hoitoms. uatti rvrr UlUe, will he offered subject to reserve hid to be announced at lime or sale. Several toni of scert and rating notalocs; En-1 oils In bin; alfalfa anl mlTcd bay In slacks; quaullly o[ TimoLhy seed, govcrnmcnl cleaned ami tested. Complete outfit of house-bold furnJlnre, Jnciu-Jins Srod- darrt piano, drop bead Singer aewlng machine, nearly new; mahog- any anl oak fnrnllurc; range, hcalln? store- and plain dishes; all kfnds of cooking ulenaila, IncluJiog aluminum ware. Also beds and bejdlng. eicept horses which will 'be one half cash, balance on approved niles due October IsL 1017. Interest at per cenL ptr annam. Discount of 5 per cent on credit amounts paid at time of sale. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED BY COALDALE AID. 'REMEMBER, SALE STARTS EARLY, BE PROMPT. R. Auctioneer Vf, H. PAWSON, Jr., Hrop, m BIG AUCTION SALE ill RpOfKlpypn tJU IVCgiolCl CU 5 Registered Shorthorn llcifcr-s and Cows. 2o Hor.scs. 4 Rcgfclcrcil Pci't'Iicron llJcg-i.stcrol Sliirc At The LETHBRlDGE ALE BARN FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd, at i .'dock, .harp ;