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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT riir: LRTimmnr.E n.ut.Y HERALD GIVING DANZIG ID i POLES! ViU Sign No Peace Containing Such a Declares Pres. Ebert COPENHAGEN, March Germany can rot and will not sign a peace which in velvet the an- rtxation of by President wTd in speech Sunday, a dispatch from He added that Germsny could not give up West Prussia or part of upper Silesia. at f me-tting to pro- test against tht annexation of Danzig by Poland. He declared that Germany wsi preoired to agree to the neutralisation of tVc Vistul? which would include Dan- lijT x free port. UMd tor making tor water, for First Unit to Return as Such- Whole City Out to Boys Ontario Also Has Trouble Liquor License Inspector's OTTAWA. JIarch a brief 'session of Ihtj senate.yesterday a sec- id reading was ?iven to ihe follow- i An aei 10 anjfccd ihe Juvenile Dalin- act; an act to amend tlie Cana- da Evidence act; an act to amend the Railway Bell act: an act to amend TORONTO March AVorid" tUe Yukon ?cf- and au act to i toJav savs: the staiistics ic stated in ivell-iuEorrned circles The debate oil Senator thai Chief Inspector John "solution calling lor the improve-j Ayearst ha? resigned as a result of meat machinery of government had the charges laid against him by be postponed until March 31, owing II. Depart in ihe legislature laslifo ine illness o' Senator Gfrior, who Friday. Members of the govern aient March royal roctption to its first uuii to return from tho 4'3rd tufauiry battalion. Lieut.-Col- Chandler. U. S. O. IQ command., and iho 10th field ambulance. Notwith- standing the rain, the march froth the Canadian Pacific. Hallway station up Main and Portage avenue was thronged ihrousUout by cheering thous- ands. The 43rJ. battalion was recruited largely from Ihe local militia battalion, the 79th Cameron Highlanders, and tho men in, tlioir kills and (in hats. j marching to iheir bagpipes, iirc-sented i a fine and martial spectacle, i Among their officers was Capt. i ShanklanJ. V. C. j Arriving sharp on tins? at 10 o'clock tthe troops proceeded 10 tho industrial bureau where lunch ivas served auti brief addresses ot greeting wore made j by Bris.-Geu. Ketchen, oBicer com- l mandiog military distrift Xo. 10; Hon. Edward Drown, on beUalf of tho pro- vincial government and Mayor Gray. "The proud anil outstanding said Gen. Ketchcn, "ivhtt-h you have TUESDAY, MARCH Cirr.otl oa the lioM honor in tho ffrvk'C of is cstab- lislu'j utij ol your duty well auti nobly done. SYimsipeg today joyously acclaims you ami your eal- laut lelumwl CQiuhuUi in arms." The lino ol march MS lavishly dec- orated with buntius tlio luiMl units togelhor with thi- roiunicil soulkrs' lurncd out ?u At S o'clock this 100 men o( Ihe 1st C. 31. 11. llirougli the city to tlietr Jcpot in Brandon, where a civic welcome is being given them this nUernooii. BOLSHEVIK LEADER IN GERMANY ARRESTED, FREED COPENHAGEN. 5Ur., Its- ilefc, the leading ISoUlievik ag- ent In Geriaeny who was arrested on 13, In connection wltli tho Spar- uprising, has released by tlio German government, according to u llcrlin dispatch loUuy. TbU UICSE3SO rer-orts trefh uglla- tloas by the German Spartatans coin- cident with Iho Hungarian revolution and reports in these circumstanc- es tho release ot lir.dek has created a bad iuvpresston. STEAMSHIP SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER TO McKENZlE BAY NOW BEING PLANNED VANCOUVER. Mar. service between this :inj thy mouth of Iho MvKenzie river via He- ring Sea aud the construction of a 1.- 500 ton steel vessel capable of lirenk- ins her way through Iho Icefields ot the uorth. are Included in the plans ot Capt. Ixiuis Laue. tho noted explor- er, who fold, the schooner Polar ISear to Stefansson. Tho steel steamer will !be built at this jiort and construction! may be commenced this summer. moved tie adjournment of the de-j j last untleri .would make no direct pronouncement [bate when the matter on the matter last night. Discussion. "T-'p to the time be joined th? ue- j parlraent. Inspector had ijeen i n Methodist minister in Thamesville. In 1911 Mr. Avearst left tor Edmon- _.. i ton. where he became the head of tt.e Tm. Copyright law. the tet j Asso- would have been opera- THE COPYRIGHT SITUATION I I and Moral FJefonn Asso- ciation. After two years at this work he returned to his position the government-" Will TORONTO, March Meredith, chief justice of the high II. relaiiag to J. H. Ayherst and ail againstVliom chirges brought "by H. H. Deirart, K.C., or may be brbugnt by anybody else. Tlie public wiH go into all "the accounts and other mail era relat- ing to the administration of; tlie tario Temperance Act since the bars irere closed in this prorJoce. Important arrangements' an- ncunced by the premier, Sir Ilearst, this sitenioon. .f Wants O. T. A. Investigated i TORONTO, March lay night iast in ihe Ir-gislature, ley Liberal member tor South moved a resolution lor an o( the ynrf administration ot the Ontario! T-emperance act. He availed the meth nds followed by William J- Burns5 Detective Agency, which ne described j as a tanil of orgaimed thugs, which be said should noi bt- employed by] ;ho Eovernment. He charged that Mr I Ayearst, chief iiisjifcelor oE ihe Hcense ilepartmcnt, had lied when he slated that the White Detective Agency was In realily the license departmtnt. He Hiso charged that Mr, Ayearst had re reived a share in the money paid to private detective by the government. tive during tue past eight if Canadian Ministers oi State had-sor claimed a national and autonomous status for this caunlry. They Were JusUffed ic this action, but Parlia- ment neglected to pass the necessary The neglect h; about to be A new bill is prepared aud the rights'; of Canadian brains are fuliy safe-! guarded by._it3 provisions. Parliament.' this protectiou to the authors' anil composers of Canada. NOTICE Look Ont for the Big Sale of CATTLE AND HORSES On SkTURDKY larch 23 TAYLOR MULING CO. STOCK Don't Lose Time in the Spring Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now. We have a large stock on hand. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. The RobinsoQ Folding Bath Tub A TRUST COMPANY The average indiTidual little knows tho many services per- formed 'oy Trust Companies, aud how great is their Influence for good in the community. Besides handling estates, they manage property, collect attend to naympnt Taxes and Insurance Premiums. These and many ether valuable services ihe trust companies Tender, which enter iDlo every day life ot individuals. Hence tbo Trust Company conies more nnd more to (ill that place in the community to which they are virtue oC their varied form of usefulness. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE. 315 FIFTH SThEET S. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1S43 The Royal Bank of Canada Incorporated 1369 Head Office Montreal Capital Authorized i25.000.000 Capifal PJii Up Reairve Funds.....................i....... Tola! President, Sir Herljcrt S. IMI. Vice-President and .Managing Director, E. Pease. fieneral Manager, G. K. Xeill. Suofrvisor of Central Western Branches, Hotert Campbell. Special care given to Savings Accounts. Sav- ings Bank Department at alt Branches. A general banking business transacted. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES lleihliridge A. Parker. Mauagcr Magrath.................................. j. K. Atkinson, Manager Cardsiou IV. H. JIcKaj-, Manaser o. Dickson JIauager AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. S. A. LINDBLAD TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT _ RESERVE AT COALDALE STATION On March ,28th At 10 o'clock, the ioUowins Farm Stock and i Equipment: 3 Jersey fresh; 2 dual-parcose Shorthorn co'A'c, fresh; 1 Jcrsej- nnd SliorthorD lieifcr, to calve in April; 1 Ayrshire heiter, to calve in June; 2 Jersey one fresh, other to calve in 2 snarling heifers; 2 yearling steers; 5 calves. Those ire all Xo. I milfcins stock. grey mare, 7 years, 1200, in loal; 1 dapple grey mare, 4 years, weighing 120G; 1 filly, 2 years. 1 separator, nev. and 12.118. 25 cliickens. 2 portable barns. TERMS OF per cent, cash, and time.wilj be given on the balance on bankable paper maturing Nov. at 8 per D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk. PETER LeVALLEY, Auctioneer; Phone 1809, Lethbridge. Well Behaved er Has Praise For The j Draftees j HALIFAX. Mar. Ueuf.-Col. A..! T. M.C., of Sirattord, Ont.. i officer commanding the troops re- i aiming on the Cretlc. He stated that 'he men had all corao from the camp it Rlijrl and that the tiest at discipline iad prevaiktl IfirougJioyt the voj-age. There ijeen plenty of food of good TU.allty anrt the quarters wtre all that conhl be Col. Youngs com- manded' ths first depot battalion at Ixmdon throughout the summer of lie slated that the men raiFeil jnder the Military Service ar-t were specially fine solilierj. They had Iteen. anxious to learn and quick to learn and nnJonbtc-dly would hare j ?iyen an estcllent account of thorn-1 selves If the war had continued. I Another ol'iicer on the Creilc wasl Mjnop A. De Pencier, of Vancouver, who served as a chaplain at the front (or several years. Bishop DC prc-ached at the iervice held yestcr. i Jay when the steamer was held' up in the log off the coasL 'Jileut.-Col. Krancis Leach, of j couver, v.-ho serves! soroe time on Ihe staff of the Canadian corps head-! .imrlers. in France, also returned on i Ac Cretle. Banking Service banking requirements may A be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIUGt BKANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVES BRANCH K.T. BRVMNER, M.n.fW J. H. S. GORDON, Mmtif CT J. V. The Young Man's Best Recommendation lARKETINE OESTROYED SAN FRAN'CISCO, March The Barjtetir.e St. James, owned by Hind, and Company ol Ihls city, was fn the south Pacific on Doc. 1C, after being struck by a lids] wave CMt on a reef near ths Uland Delails of Iho 7were hronfhl here loday hy Capl. Marlin Anderson, who arrived from Sydney the VeHfura, A Suvings Acooimt is more than a start towards financial is a mark of character. One of the stronfest recommendations in the world of businessXhat young man can present, ia a Merchants Bank Fass-Book, showing a record of consistent savings. A Savings Account may be opened with 11.00, which shows how highly we regard the accounts of those who desire to save. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office :M9nireal. OF CANADA, IBM, WNNINC, TILL SOLD -NO RESERVE. AIJCTION SALE of FARM STOCK I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRrf, C. PIERCE TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, MAR. 26 AT I O'CLOCK SHARP On tlie north quarter, Section 36, Tp. 7, Raige 21 "0 Head hifih grade Shdrlhprn 3 j'rars old, (Jiie to bu frr-ali in April Emd May; 5 fiowa rtne fresh shortly; 2 cows mllXing; 1 lilGft sraflo Hhbrlhorn bull, 4 years oUl; 1 alag. -I years old, 160'J 12 hearl slccrs anrt heifers, riglng'2 years old, Shorthorn breeding. These cattle art all of the Dcwoll type suitable lor. milking or IcH, Kcdd'and Roans in HORSES; 1 Koa.i marc, S years old, ttbQ Ib.s.; I bay EtJtling, 5 years olil, HOO Ibs.j 1 ect of licary auilaljle ,to carry cook car. TERMS OF 25 per tent cash, Ihe balances b< approv. etJ jolr.l nolss payable November 1, 1919, with 8 per etnt. (merest. on all credit or 7 per cent, off for caih, on the LUNCH WfLC BE SERVED, F, 0. PEAR5E, E. ENGLISH, j, A. SMITH, Owner, L- Clerk Auctlone DOMINION GOVERNMENT AUCTION SALE of ARMY HORSES HASTINGS PARK ARENA, VANCOUVER, B.C. MARCH 31tt, FOR ONE WEEK Approximately six hundred good serviceable horses in excelienf condition, or all sizes and classet. Wcljjht one thousand to sixteen hundred pounrlg will be sold without ressrre. Tiicse arc not cast horses and are all broken lo harness and saddle. They were only- recently purchased on the Prairies by llic Dominion Government for .use by Hie Canadian Expeditionary'Force, Siberia. Sale-KtnrtR 10 a.m. sharp, Monday, March 31st, and will continue every day'thereafter all tha'horees are sold. Luncheon may lie.obtained at- the. Arena. Take Hastings Park car from corner of Kichards Street, further particulars and Information apply AssistauL Adjutant Military District JJcimpnl House, Victoria, British Columbia. tor ten CO In. lomi, JJ wW. II 4MB. Jrt up for use. When not in uw at wi l'M b-T on< W. R. COLLINS, Dominion Block. ,LOCAL BRANCH ALBERTA MUSICAL FESTIVAL HAVE ARRANGED A CONCERT TO BE HELD IN KNOX CHURCH On THURSDAY, M'ch 27 AT 8.30 P.M. 3 Church Choirs, Large Festival Choir, 6 Soloists CenU. R.C. Harvey's Humane Docker Having.used this docker Tritb spleoclid result! Iw the past years I am plating.it oa the II cuts and sears immediately, and prevents bleeding founj (his docker clws not retard jrowlli ol tlis lainl) as ]5 [lia case in the old method ot docking, wliich puts the lainl) Itack one Mr humane docker br any one. FOR 8ALE BY R. C. HARVEY 631 5th Street S, Lethbridge At fob Farm, Located Two Mies West School, am) fire ate Ntrtk tke Experninrtal Farm. On THURSDAY, M'ch 27 AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING FARM EQUIPMENT: 1 span grey marcs, S jcsra, 25M I groy MOO Ibs.; 1 bay marc, C years, 12DO Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 10 1500 Ibs.; 1 ircy marc, a yearn, 1260 Ihs.; 1 span years, 2800 Ilia.; 1 tay gcWIng, S 1600 rbs.; 1 b Unreserved HUCTION SUE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR, OnVAL DOODS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE ng, yars, i. y gng, yera, s.; lnj, 8 ycurs, HOO His.; 1 span coils at BMe, 1SW Ibs.) 3 2-ycar-old cbUs; 2 yearling cotts. 1 mlik coif, Borne Hoge, 21 1'ullclB. f, acts gets !Md hnrncss, all complete; I IMnch Inipcrlal Gang Plow, with breaker anil atubblo boUoms; 1 JfJ-lnch J7. ft 0. sulky plov, breaker and sluhble bolloms; 1 nearly neir all. Mct'ormlck binder; t nearly flL McCormtck mower; 1 monf.r; 1 hty .2 McCorralck 1 acl four section sleel harrows; 1 set harrows' i Van Drum dnuMo press drill; 2 Webber 3% nljindartl gauge ons; 1 iUcl stein Webbfir waeori, new; I 133-buslicl Old Dom- inion tank; 1 dmuii wagon; 1 democrat; 1 single tragjy; 1 Stewart horno .clipper; I Mason ft Hlnrh playsr piano, nearly new; all olhor lioiiseholdlgoods and cqnlpmenl. ALSO A OREAT OUANTITY OF. SMALL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. 1 TERMS OF SALE, CASH, PETEITUVAILET 0, Clerk, PHONE UTHBRIDOE, ;