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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta M AUCII THELETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAI4) PAGE SEVEN ML PREVENT TRAFFIC IN SLAVES Text of ftiiiiiuales Issued Today Dominions (Jet Three Mandates KO.VDON, Mar. League of Nations today issued the text of the jmindutes of administration fur Samoa tiy Now JCi'aluud; of Nauru, or .I'leanant Island, in the Pacific, a short distance south of tlie equator, by t-reat Britain; of German Southwest .Africa by the Union of South Africa and of the former Gorman possessions in the Pacific, south of the equator, other than Samoa and Naiim by Aus- tralia, in accordance tlic laws of the mandataries. The terms provide for promotion of the nuUoriul ami moral of the inhabitants of tlie territorios; pro- hibition of (slave trading and prohibi- tion of forced labor except for es- sential public works, for which ade- quate remuneration is to be paid. Traffic in arms and ammunition, is to be controlled. The supplying of in- i tnxIrnUnc spirits uiul hevernROB to j nuUvt'H In prohibited. Military train- of nutivoK Is except for police and local defense. No mili- tary or niivul bases shall estab- lished or roriilU.'aUon.s erected. Free exorcise of fill forms worship shall be allowed, am! missionaries and na- tionals or BUtoK members of the League of Nations, shall be permitted to travel and reside in the territories and follow their callings. i The mandatories arc rorjuirfld io re- port to Iho League of Nations an- niuilly on tho territory under mandate and the measures tulien to carry out) the abovo obi t ions. The consent of tho council of the league is required to any modlfu.'a- tion of the terms of the mandate. If any dispute shall r.risc between a j mandatory and another member of I tlio league regarding tho mandate itj shall not bo capable of settlement I by negotiation, but instead the dis- pute must be submitted to the perm- anent court international jnstiea oC the league. THE DA Y IN PARLIAMENT OTTAWA, Mur. hi pur- llaniHnl l'rlvul.9 member ft' day. HCNOllltlUllb HLumJillK til Ill'K uf prlvtito numibci'H will'bo taktm up. Kotjolutfon of J. A. ycxmnith, Kuat Polurbnro. advocating Iho adoption of some of proportional rep- rottentuttoH. and suggf-sMug tho ap- pointment of a special comicitton of the houiio to Investigate tho varlouH be considered. In the Commons OTTAWA. Mar. MacKen- zio King, loader of the opposition, moved an amendment to ti motion to go into supply that full information should be s'ven on tho oiwnition of I lie C.N-K. (ixccpting only confiden- tial documents. Tho amendment was defeated 117 to 70. Deltato was keen, tlif> promier, Sir George Foster, Hon. T. A. C'rcrar. Hon. W. S. Fielding. Hun. A. K. Mucl.ean and others tak- ing part. The ProferegsiveK split al- most equally on the first. First read- ing was giver, the bill to amend the Canada. Shipping Act. Sir Georgo Foster, stated in reply to questions, thai a trade treaty France had neon consummated in January, Delay In bringing the treaty down was caused by the change in tho French government. Hon. Mr. Meiglieu tabled corres- pondence between the government and the Ontario provincial government re- garding the Lake of the Woods con- trol bill. House in supply on depart- ment of trade and commerce esti- mates. The senate did not sit. j Ontario Minister of Labor Says Tenants Appear to Like i Fair Rent Hill (IT (tlvliiK Information thai in in rent WHS from I 0 vn raised until last year it irhuil the HKIIIV of Tim tenant I inquiries al.out rnncwIiiK tho Icasis this ami was told that on May 1 tho rent would bo I" anolhiT rase a rent which was in .laniiiiry, IPltt, had ina-yatuid to ?Sf> In August, 11120. for year's least-. JOHNSON COMMITTED TORONTO. Ahircli Walfcir Hollo, minister of labor, qnnsijinicd to- day with reference to criticism of the fair rental bills. Kitid most of tho cations ho ha 1 received cann! from iindloi'ds and property owners. Rul, here wure, on the other hand, com- nunicatioiiH from tttjmnts. who think t is lime they were given anme pro- tection. -Tho minister stated lie one lot- Mar. mi ins in tho Kntwnllu murder ciiHf; were the holding of tho Inquest, he- fore Coronor W. Hernloy flugltcs ami the preliminary imiuiry boi'oro H. S. Munroe. ,1.1'.. at which Clarence John- I son was I'orruiilly cominftteod to stand I irial on a charge of murder. It is i expected that lie will come up for i trial tat the isjirins sittings of the MI-- j court which opens at Uio Kd- I inoTitoii court house next Tuesday. TaXfliurden for Military Pur- pose Now One-Third All Jap Taxes NEW YORK, Miir. Mjra- of the Japanese Methodist church now in to Edmonton last week. Mrs. Wm. Booker left Tuesday for j Calgary, where she will spend some (time. i The surprise tea party in the Bolle- "Japan does not want Hawaii or the fvtie Methodist church was a grand Philippines, ilie present friction hav- success, thorp befng iots of good eats ing been greatly augmented, however, and after the eats (he evening was by the suddenly increased garrisons spent in songs, duets, trios, recitations and the extensile fortifications being and several short sketches, from Mr. erected there. t and ,ATv. TH-- "There is a strong movement in j thing that is heard about St is Lliero he Japanese Methodist church (Japan for reduction of armament he-' is not enough of thorn :ti uie tliis city, declared today that the present military and miva1' Hy. no let us see that muVu while he was in Washington. Count expenses consume more than une-thini, sor-ial evenings. Hhidchara, Japanese ambassador, had (the yearly budget and the pcoula are! Constable Majarison who has spent expressed to him belief that the Hunt-j burdened with heavy taxes. Any ac-' Home two years in BeUevuo. s.i'i n.i- ing administration would adopt the tion by the United States toward such j by to old acquaintances on Weclnes- MorrU-Slmleluini agreement in final j an agreement would find a hearty last and left for Pinc.her Creek, settlement the Japanese situation sprmse in Japan, but it must originate j where he in to be stationed Cor the in California. "The .Morris-Shidehara L with your country, becaiiBO of the, future. His many friends wish him AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SEC. 1, TWP. 7, RGE. 16, 6 MILES SOUTH- EAST OF WRENTHAM ON THURSDAY, MARCH 31ST AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. Grey Horse. 7 yesrs. 1300 Ibs.: 1 crey Horse, S ytKirs. 1300 Ibs.; 1 Bay Mare. S years. 1200 Ibs.; 1 Brown Mure. 9 years, 1200 Ibs.: 1 May Horse. 5 years. 1200 ilia.; 1 Sorrel llorsu, 10 yuars. 1200 1 Son-fll Horse. 7 years, 1200 Miloli Cmv.i, due to be fresh at time of sale. 1 Steer, 1 year old. SO Chickens. 1 Lumber Wagon anil Hay 1 heavy Lumber Wagon and Tank. 125 bushel; I IS-harrel Water Tank: 1 set of Heavy Team SlBlghs: 1 10x20 Titan Knglne; 1 set 3-bottom Engine Plows, Rook Island make; 1 Emerson Cans Plow: 1 Sulky Plow: 1 McCormick Hinder; 1 MfCormick Seeder; 1 Double Disc; :i sets of Double Team Hi'rness: 200 bushr-ls of Oats; Forks, Shovels, Chains; numerous other articles. 1 Phonograph. Also Household Effects. Terms nf Sale: the balance payable Nov. 1st .with approved joint notes at S% off for cash on the credit amounts. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer J. A. VANOVER, Owner. agreement will be hut tL; relative size of the two nations leaves unsolved the problem of racial i expansion is he "The Japanese still look toward the western hemisphere as tho 'only IUR- ground -for immigration. But contrary lo belief in this country, they are willing to amalgamate with the people among whom they settle. is nilieveij liMr is iroused to activity by tho use cl 0, Kidiwy- Pills One pill i toit. 25c i boi, all dealers. 'j Dr. Chases COLEMAN NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) COLE5IAN, March girls or tile C. G. I. T. put on a most success- ful sale and tea on Saturday after- noon in the club room of the Institut- SAltS FINE FOR ional church. From tho amount of fancy -work, it was quite evident they bad been wovk- ingiiard. Then the candy section was lilied with .sweetness. Tho decorat- I ions of the hall were very becoming land tastefully festooned. It was a St. Patrick's event and Shamrocks were exquisitely displayed on the walls and tables. The day was cold and stormy, but the young people were not daunted. They were full of hope and expecta- tion. They had secured a good supply sandwiches and cakes so that the tea tables looked most inviting. A great many patronized the efforts j of the girls and at the close of the I hours, they had raised the sum: Moat ,-olks i Hkf. tliR liowel.s, Ret sluggish and clog- Mr. Wilson 01 X. S.. a flnalllllg with liis sister, Airs. Wm. else we have backache and dull success. Mr. B. Irio left camp tor home in Italy on Saturday night's train. j Mrs. Boamau, who spent a few days at Lethbridge, returned home on Thursday. I Where is the world supply of dignity most needed? George Ado tells you j in March Cosmojmlltau, now on sale. Get your copy We Cat loo nuicli niciil which clogs Kidneys, llicn the Buck hurls CooJs and heals Burns, Scalds, etc. WAOI IN (IHADi Fraser. I ery in the kklnpy region, severe hoad- Mr. A -rasar of Sydney, N. S., has vheiimatic twintws. torpid liver.! relumed from an extended visit to and all coast cities ami is visaing with his' rtB Mrs. A. JIcLcod, betore return- Yml knpl, ins nomc. ami ,.ieani am] momcnt you OFFERED FOR SALE PUBLIC AUCTION FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS AT GEO. W. MURRAY'S FARM (OWNER) EAST SEC. 2, T. 8, RGE. 21, 8 MILES SOUTH OF LETHBRIDGE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 29TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: Clyde Stallion, General Hood 2nd tailed May sth, 1S15: sire, General Hood; Dam, Lady Wallace. 1 team Grey Mares. 7 and years, in foal: 1 team Hay Geldinps. I and 5 years; 1 team Hay Mares, S and 10 years, 1 in foal; 1 Blade .Mare. 7 years, in foal: 1 Black Gelding, years; 1 Bay Mare, S t Grey Mare. G years, in foal: 1 Saddle Pony; 1 (irey Gelding, rising li years; 5 Colts, rising a years; 5 choice. Dairy Cows: s head Cattle, 2 year-old Steers and Heifers: 1 Yearling Holl'cr; -In rhickenK. John Deere Gang Plow, stubbie and 'irealter bottoms; 1 John Deere Stag Breaking Plow; 1 John Deere Combina- tion Walking Plow; 1 Disc Harrow; 1 Drag Harrow; ;1 Deerinu Mowers; 1 McConniek Rake; 1 Daw-ing Stacker; 2 Sweep Rakes: 1 Van Brunt Press Drill; 1 Kentucky Press Drill; I McConniek Binder, S ft.; 1 Massey-Harrls Binder, 6 ft.; I set light Bob Sleighs; 1 A Ditcher; 1 heavy Wagon and Rack; 1 Double Box; 1 light Wagon and Rack; Fanning Grindstone; ;i seta Double Work Har- ness: several Collars. Forks, Shovels, etc.; 2 Healing Stoves; 1 Ban el Churn: 1 Folding Bed and Mattress; 1 Bed and Spring. TERMS CASH. Tl 1 Jl T IIII-l IIUIUH The choirs of the Institutional! clmrcli arc preparing special music blr. A. This famous salts is mado from the ;ipos ond lemon juice, coni- litiiia. and is harmless to the young people on Saturday evening. .Most of (he evening was spent cards. A most pleasant evening .spent and rounded off with refreshments. 4 TrutiMnt for Coujhs and Soldi The tune for Vaiio-CreiolMc li nt (In flrit indication of a cr.'d m am threat. It IB to you iu.t light the IIUW the Cr.solcnn anil IMHCO it ntitr thi bed. Ih. Mothino, onthentic vaour matte, breathing easy, roliovci tlm couch, eieca tb. wroiiMl and connexion, and proltcta in unlJemlai. HMoriimended (of SpuniMiieeraBit.lnNHtflu, Br.mlitii, C.i'iki, Null Cilirrh mill AiHni. C'rceolenn him been uicd for punt 40 yea The Ixmafit in unqu< _ tionnbld. fiend for ucHcriptivo booklet. nv oHuaoiiTS VArO-CMSOUM CO., LtoiM-Mil.. _______Mo.lreil in dainty Mr. A. Bock will complete his large contract for props for the SIcGlllivrny Coal Co. this week. TREEZONE. Corns Lift Off with Fingers IJrop u llUIn Tiwzom'" cm an arh- corn, iusliintiy that corn stops hurliiip, tlien siiorlly you lifl. it riKlit oil' with IhiKc'i'K. H (liidKiri hurl a bit. Your drugtzisL sells a tiny botllo of 'Freezone" for a few (-cuts, Kiiniclnnt reinovo every lianl com. soft corn. n4 corn between the t.'ies, and thn cal- usefi, without, a particle or pnlil, -Ad- DIAMOND CITY NEWS fFrom Our Own Oorrespnndent) U1AMOXD CITY, March The third of a series of entertainments Eiveu by the Maple Leaf Club in the Diamond hotel, was held last Thurs- day evening in commemoration of St. Patrick's Day. Progressive whist was playp.d at eleven tables. After the midnight luuch there wns about, an hour's (lancing. All enjoyed th'cin- I selves immensely. Tho card prizes were won by Mrs. Steeio, first; Mrs. n. Arkos, second; Mrs. Ritchie, con- solation. Mr. Steelp. first; Mr. Brown, second: Mr. W. Simpson, consolation. Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ben Talbot entertained a number of their friends at whist. T. Christie was a visitor In Leth- urldRC last Thursday. We are glad lo nole that Mrs. Wie- K.ind, who is ill In the Coalhurst hos- pital with typhoid fever, on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Wm. .Miller of Commerce are leaving for Scotland next week. They arc sailing on the Pretoria. A .vociril will be held In Ihn church on Friday, March -lad Salts is harmless: inoxponsive: makes a drHghlhil effervescent litliia- v.-atcr drink which everybodv niuuild take now and then to their kid- neys clean, thus avoiding serious com- plications. A well-known local druggist savs ha soils lots of Jail Salts to folks who bu. lieve in' overcoming kidney trouble j wlrle it is only i meut. CHAMBERLAIN'S Best For Croup Tins disease is so dangerous and so rapid in its development that j every mother of youim children should he prepared for It. Chamberlain's Uongli Heiucdy, if Kiveu as soon as the child' be- comes hoarse, or even after the rough couch appears, will usually ward off the attack. Keep it by Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy Is a real friend In need. 35c. and 65c. COUGH REMEDY Smoke HELLEVUE NOTES I From Our Own i HELLKVUK, March Carrlln was a visitor in camp this wcnk. J. madn a IniKinniDi trip Ktol Virginia mtiifaction AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND FARM MACHINERY HAVING SOLD OUR FARM, WE WILL SELL AT THE FARM The N.E. of Sec. 16, Twp. 10, Rge. 19, Six Miles North and Five Miles East of Coaldale ON FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. 25 HEAD HORSES 1 black gelding. 12 years old, weight nfiO: one team bay mares, HI years old. weight 3100; 1 bay mare, s years old, weight ir.OO: I team bay KelilinFs. 7 years old, wolglit 3000; t grey gelding. 7 yours old. weight l.-jllil: 1 grey gelding. S years old, weight MHO; 1 sorrel mare. 7 old. in foal; 1 bay mure, (i years old. weight 1150: 1 Imiwn nehling. 1 years old. weight innn; 1 bay guiding. -I vears old. weight llfiO; 1 black gelding, 4 years old, weight MOO: l bay gelding, years old. weight MOO; 1 brown geliilng. -I yeurs old, weight MOO: 3 bay KnldlngK. ;i years old; 1 black filly, yearn old: 1 bay Illly. years old: I sorrel gelding, 2 years old; 1 grey filly. 2 years old: j' yen rling colts. THREE HEAD CATTLE 1 exlra guoii milk cow. fresh soon: 1 two-yeiir-iihl iicifer; 1 year- ling heifer. FARM IMPLEMENTS Two wagons with grain tanks; two McConniek Binders: one Massey-Harrls Hinder: one wagon with box: one low wagon; two hnv racks: one stable water tank. pump, and hosn: two M-lnch ('ockslinlt gang plows: one cultivator: on.- machine; two disc harrows: draj; onn 1. gas engine: one mill: two LM-ruw McConniek grain drills: one. grain pichler: seven work- harness. HOUSEHOLD GOODS one romifl oiik ningo, nearly new: one old range; one ls-inch round oak healer; olio ll-luch heater; one baking cabinet; quantity of linoleum, in good condition: one rug; one washing machine; one wringer. Other artirlfs too numerous to mention. Terms: All arlirlr-n of or under, cash: all sums over Mint. amount, half ciiyh. hnlniiro Oct. 1. at and discounl for cash on cnulit amounts. McCOY BROS., Ownen. J. E. ROSS, Clerk. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer RUTH DRIVES AUTO, NO LICENSE AII automobile IIIIK been placed at Ihe disposal of iiubo Ituth durloit "lay iu Shrcveport, by a special illspemuitlon ho will bo able lo drive without Inking out thu usual license. According lo an announcement by K. L. commissioner of public safety, liabe has only lo dis- play a plate bearing his name. Tho i'.iinouncemcnl reads: "Permission Is granted to Babe Ruth, the kln( of swat, to an automobile without dltplirlot stale licensu In the city ot nor1.. STEAMER ARRIVALS KoHiiliml at llalltaj, (rooi St. Johul NuwfouiKlland. Saxonia at irom New York. Ccdric at Llrerpool, frosi New York. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS Ravins received instructions from Mr. R. R. Lea. i will sell by inililic auction, and without reserve, at his farm, The Northwest Quarter of Section 33-8-20-W4, being seven miles due eut of Lethbridge, and two miles south and two miles west of Coaldale. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 29TH COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK, 50 HEAD OF CATTLE L' iresh .Mill; Holstoin grade: 7 Cows, fresh In two months, Bolsteiu grade: 11 head Yearlings and two-year-old Heifers, Holstein snide: 10 heart Cows and Heifers. Aberdeen Angus grade: 10 head Vcarllng Heifers and steers, beef grade; 10 Steers, Uvo years, beof 30 HEAD OF HORSES 1 team, ilares, 10 years, weight 2SOO; 1 team Mares. 7 and 10 years, weight 2700. iu foal; t team Mares. 7 and 9 years, weight 2SOO, in foal: 1 team Mares, S years, 'weight 2SOO, in foal; 1 team Mares, fi and 7 years, weight 2500, in foal; 1 team Mares. 7 years, weight 2300. in foal; 1 team Mares, 5 years, weight 2600; 1 Mares, S years, weight team Geldings. 0 years, weight 2500; 1 team Geldings. 8 years, weight 2500; 1 Mare, 7 years, weight 1200, in loal; 1 Mare. 6 years, .weight 1200, in foal; 2 Saddle Horses; 8 Colts, com- ing 3 years. 5 sets Heavy Work Harness: 1 set Light Harness. 1 Van Brunt Double Disc Drill, with Grass Seeder: 1 Deering Binder, 8 ft.; 1 Emerson Gang Plow, 14 in.; 1 Oliver Gang Plow. I Case Gang Plow. 14 in.; I Emerson Sulky Plow, 14 in.; 1 Potato Planter, "Iron 1 Potato Digger; 1 Potato Sorter; 1 Potato Sin-inkier, -I row; 1 Lever Harrow, 1 Magnet Cream Separator; 1 Deering Wheel Rake, 10 ft.; I McCormlck Wheel Rake, 10 ft.; 1 DeoriUB Mower, 5 ft.; 1 McConniek Mower, 5 ft.; 2 Wflgona with good boxes. 8 stacks Alfalfa, 5 to 18 tons each. Terms cash. 1 TITAN TRACTOR, 10-20, in good repair. TERMS: Amounts uji to cash; over J25.00, one-half cash ami for the balance approved Joint lien note maturing October 1st, 1021, at S% interest. discount oii credit amounts for cash. R. R. LEA, Owner. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer co Dowsley Land Agency, UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Horses, Mules, Cattle, Machinery, Etc, AT W. HYSSOP'S RANCH EIGHT MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPTLY The undersigned, having received instructions from Wm. Hysaop, who has rented his farm, will sell the following: JO Teams Good Work Hortes, 4 to 7 years, 1300 to 1600 Ibs.; 50 Good Young Mules, 3 to 5 years, broke; 20 Head Milch Cows; 100 Mares and Geld- ings, halter broke. Ruralej- Engine, 30-CO, in food repair; Rumley Separator, new: S-bottom John Deere Plow; Cook Car; Packer; Bunk Car; Oil Tank and Wagon; Water Tank and Wagon; 3 VanBrunt Press Drills; 2 sets Iron Harrows; 2 John Deere Disc Plows; 2 John Deere 14-inch Plows; ;i Deering Mowers; Stacker and Bull Rakes: 2 Side Delivery Rakes; 2 12-ft. Horse Rakes; 3 Deering Binders: 3 Wagons and Grain Tanks: 7 Wagons and Racks; 30 sets Double Harness; Potato Planter: Potato Cultivator: Massey-Harris Duct-foot Cultivator; 3 sets Double Discs; Spring Wagon; Cart. 1 5-horsepower Stickney Engine; 1 Dodge Truck; 1 5-passenger Velie Car The above will he found just as represented, and Is an opportunity for Intending purchasers. TERMS: All sums of and under, cash; over that amount, time will be given till November 1st, on approved joint lien notes bearing interest at the rate 8 per cent, per annum. 8 net' cent discount for cash. LUNCH PROVIDED. R, A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIDGE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT THE OLD PALACE LIVERY BARN, CORNER 3RD ST. AND 3RD AVE. THE FOLLOWING; HORSES--1 Orcy Mare. 6 years old. Ibs.: 1 Grey Marc years old. 1350 Ibs.; l Grey Mare, 3 years old, 1250 Ibs.: 'l Black Horse, years old, Ibs.: 1 Day Horse. 4 years old, 11011 Jus 1 Brown Horse, 4 yean; old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 Bay Mare, years old, 1100 His.: 1 Dlai-k Man'.. years old. 1200 Ills.; 1 Grey Mare. S years old lliid Ilia.: 1 Hay Horse. years old, Ibs.: 3 Colts, rising 2 years. 1 15 CHOICE DAIRY COWS AND due to be fresh; Holsteine. Jerseys, and good ones. on the above horses and 6-horse Kvener; 1 Great West Kulky plow stubble and jjreaker bottoms, nearly new; 1 set of Plow 'shares- 3 sets of Double Team Hiiruess; 1 Van Brunt Seed Drill, double iliac, nearly new: 1 Kulky I'low; I 4-sccUon Lever Harrow: 1 Deer- ing Mower; T Lumber Wagon, triple I Farm Truck Wagon: t light wagon: 1 Masnct Crsnni Separator; 1 Grindstone; 1 Incubator and Brooder. I'oerless make: I 12-24 Engine, Kmcrson make; I 3-bottom Htnbble Plow, 2 breakers; li seta Double Team Harness. 18 head and Geldings S years old, weights io 1IMI) His. each. Terms on (lie ubove Implements and hoi-yes, cash, the hat- mice payable Nov. I. liiii, with approved joint notes, wltii on <-redit amounts, or ,S'i. off for cash ou all credit amounts. (living up fanning. No reserve. Uvcrythins1 will be sold. JAMES THOMPSON, Owner. A. N. MeGUIRE, Cltrk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;