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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 tHK IJTHimnXJE DAILY HERALD. PAGE NIME IIM ELECMEES 'resident 'Jeliff in the Chair- Annual Report Very Satisfactory CAltDSTO.V. Mafoti Card- Eloa U.r'.A. me! oa Saturday lu tho Totfn hall wim 1'rps. li. Jelliff ot Haley in the chair. After tho call for t'io was read, Mr. Jelliff re viewed tup worts, aim and future oi tho association, showing the absolute necessity uf tin organization, and :hc work last year justi- fies it existence. Some ot (he work they properly belongs to 'the government that ot saving tho livestock Industry. Great credit Is duo rho manaxo.r.ent for (he success so far achieved In th'a regard, not alone for the stock but for the [armcrs in providing !cc-J for their Ic.imu. he cm tho point "that every farmer should Lc a stockholder." Feed is scarce, not only hay, Brain, and to-assist In pro- caring seed for (his. year's planting. H. Tanner being absent, Sir. Oiy Shipley ot Glen wood was appointed secretary, pro-tern. The following -trustees were Ilien for ;'hc ensuing year, -T.-A. -Anjer.ion', t'ardstonf L. H. Jcllitf, Haley; A. 0. Jensen, Aetna, anil Joe Woolford.. The auditor's report Vi'as Llien submitted by Mr. C.'N. Sld- stcr, official auditor, It being a review of the financial condition.oC Iho asso- ciation. Mi'.J. Y. Farrish was, asked ic tho principal points or Turnover, somo profits, ?400.nO; members, 1301 Handled several. hundred cars ot feed during the last'10 months. On motion of L. II. Jelliff, seconded by I. M. Coombs, tho' report 'was accepted. On motion bt May, sccoaded A. C. Jensen, a vote, ot confidence come Iho greatest crisis during the last 20 years. Tho Importation of booze here keeps our local jusllce pt peace, busy these days, several cases of d run it and dis- orderly haya beeu heard and dealt with. Funeral of Woolf Mrs. J. V. of ?5i 3lh street, south, Lethbridgo, formerly Mlsa nhoda Stoddard, who died following an operation for stomach trouble was buried hero today, the body arriving last night via C.P.It. .Her Mrs. Harriet Sloddard oE Cardston was with her at the hospital when she passed away. Mr. -Martin Woolf, M.'l'.P., camo down from Edmonton to be present.also air. Voo Woolf ,o! Raymond. Tho service was held in tho Slake. Taberria'der Bishop N. W. Tanner was in charged Interment in tho city cemetery, servioea were also held in Lethbridgo for iho deceased, lilshop J. A. Hammer offered tho In- vocation, and older Stirling .Williams pronounced tho benedic-tkm; "Tho" Deeping Hock "Thy Will be were sung by the ciolr. "Sleep for'the Karly was sung by Mrs. Fred Burton, also a duet "Nearer to sung by Mrs. S. S. N'civlou aiid Mrs. Burton. The speak ers for Ihe occasion-ivero 31r. John Green of I-cthbrldgo, Mr- K. Jacobs, Uncle Tom Ducc-.- The cftket was (literally; covered with (lowers, a silent uibulo of Iho love and esteem Mr. J. F.i Woolf wishes to thank heir ninny kind friends for their kind- less and sympathy and for the beauti- ul floral tributes from'the following: Mr. and Mrs. W. Pitcher, upray; Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, Mlsh'.o and Mrs. May, wreath; Mr. ami Mrs. F. Har- Mr. and Mrs. B. Jlose, Mr. and Mrs.-T. H. Hatch .--Mr.-and Mrs. J. toss, sprays; Husband and daughter, gates ajar; Mn and Mrs. A. H. Hogg, Mr. and airs. P. F.'Ivymau, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Card, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Harvey, sprays; The Graham 'Motor Co-..- wreath; Mr. and -Mrs. A. W. Jen- sen, I.Mr, and Mrs. Gep. Green, spraye; Mr. and Mrs. F. and Mrs. James 'Hanson and famflles, heart; Mrs. .Marlin Woolf, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Pilling, Mrs. Stoddard, cross; Mr. and Spencer. Mr. "arid Mrs. I.Martin Woolf, sons and daugii- i fjiven.lhe management, and relir- ins trustees, for tho'cfficleiit labor and ivork accomplished during the past year. Mr. Jelliff .was grateful lor.tills expression, and .'urged all farmers .to join and get behind 'the association, :mil promised the best possible service fm- I He future; wo have mot am! over JUSTICE METCALFE AND COUNSEL FOR WINNIPEG STRIKE LEADERS constituency as a Liberal, but the Liberal organization revolted from ilia when ho helped oppose Sir John Slmou. Camberwell Liberals are- now supporting J. C. Carroll asalust McXamara, but Indications are that ttio election will be largely between Dr. McN'amara and Miss Susan Lau- rence, Labor candidate, who will cer- tainly receive a IIg woman's vote In such a working-class district. Ilere are tha pictures of Jfr. Justice. Metcalfe and the who are defending the seven strike leaders ax Winnipeg. Left to right: Justice- Metcaltc, It A. Boaner, K.O., W. !L Trueinau, K.C., H. J. McMurray, and Ward Hoi- lauds. (Continued from Front SOlTfeet of a, rural telephone line. Tbla tax is based on iho theory that the rural telephone'line, like the road.'is tnr tho benefit of the occu- pants of tho Itind along which It passes nnd for whom it Is ready'to ervc." further along, on this 'point, Mr. 'ray says: ''The rural tax levy lould he'sufficient during llio Hip of ho lino to pay for tho'total cbasffuc- on of the Hoc together with .interest. tors, and Mrs. A. J. Stod- danl, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Sponcer, anchor; Mr. :iud 'Mrs. S. cross; .Mr: and Mrs. A. II Udnie. spray; Mr. and Mrs. Mur ray, wreatb; Mrs. Woslying and faiuil> I.e'thbrldge L.D.S. lielict Society If OFPOUCEACT1S NiMEItt Provincial IPolice Comirussione Must Get Consent of CUy Officials fouad any evidmce ot objectionable political interference." tCoiktinued fmm Front 1'age.) Other clauses provide for the asccr- lainlnr.of the value ot the land at the dato the order tor foreclosure, such value to be Ireated hereafler as a sum realized at a sale, also, that the first mortgagee shall be entitled to recover tho indemnity .value ot the land net callem and socialism in excess of mortgage moneys withlu three mouths of-the foreclosure; and CAMBERWELL ELECTION SSES LABOR FIGHTING PREMIER'S NEW PROGRAM lllss Hounds, nurse, at Well- andra Hospital, St. Catharines, died from Intluenza alter havlug nursed many patients to recovery- List Your BRANDS! It will be a mutual aavjnlase to owners of LranJs 1C they were to place before all farmers and ranchers 10 stray stock could bo recognized and returned promptly.- A few dollars a mouth will farry them In the Dally and Weekly Herald. BRAND REGISTER LOS'DO.V, March Canad- ian tho keenest of several bye-elecllona now being fought is iu Cftinberwell. where McNamara ceivlng "Our estimate ot per quarter see-1 {lial aBcerialning lhe ,-aluo ot the on per annum is.a very conservative j jaud_ L0 shaM laken uc and will not be sufficient at pres- nt day congtniction costs.- RenUl Too "In addldon to tho lax, a rental hould bo charged to those who have can any value, actual pr prospective, tribulalilo to the existence of any irri- gation scheme." clause provides that thai Indemnity value of the land is to be o! Jf ascertained by arbitration, the district ural telephone service. This _________ _ ________......_______ rohably he wado somewhat lower! colir[ judge of tho judicial district In han tlio rental paid today." I the land is situated to he the Other Recommendations j umpire, and that ''any written report Some the other recommendations I jn ji10 possession of a mortgagee plac- n the. voluminous report include tho ollowing: "Cancellation ot all contracts with iug a value upon the mortgaged land at the time Iho loan was made or su'j- seiiuently thereto shall be receivable I se irlvato branch exchanges and jn "evidence in fixing the indemnity of them by the government value unless the vnlue of the land at a reasonable figure. I been diminished by the Irrigation HON. DR. H. J.CODY Wlio has iilcrJo Leg' (Special to the Herald) EDMONTON, March ance with objections raised by til mayors of several cities ot the pro' Incei amendments have been in to tho act amending tho Provinci Police Act, which requires the coil- sent of tho'muvor, chief of police, or -resigned his seat ia the municipality before the gislaltiro. Dr. Codv joined provincial commissioner of police can fj.. j into over municipal constables temp- jc. j orarily for service- with tho provincial school for ;nlral ire to.lie reimbursed for the salnrics "Tlace tho entire telephone 'service nnd administration of .telephone af- airs under the direction of a commls- nifincr appointed by the. government. to the government or the minister of railways and tele- jhones, giving the commissioner com- iletc authority. "invest depreciation reserve and sinking fund surpJuo monies in tele- phone bonds, provincial bonds or other securities eoually good; crediting Iho Interest accumulation from these nvtslnicnls'lo the reserve themselves. "All extensions of plant throngS new capital issues authorised by legis lativc appropriatioiis.' "Annual audit of departmental counts, and discontinuation of pre-. audit o! vouchers before payment made." Pralsts the Plant In Conclusion; Ihe preface to the re- port praises the government tele- phone plants as "standard, well-con- structed, weli maintained and ''as fur- nishing a good telephone service." "The 'department con- tinues this section ot the report, "are now kept according to modern phone accounting practices, but it ap- pears necessary to pass laws authoriz- ing the check and audit of its ac- counts according to those practices. found nothing to indicate extravagance in the construction or operation of the system, nor have we scheme." Another clause reads: "No sum shall, he paid in excess 9f tho value of IDS land unencumbered by chaige other than' charges having pri- ority to (he mortgage-, immediately prior to (he formation o[ the district and ascertained'in Ihe same mannei as the Indemnity value is ascertained, but as of the sate, fore- closure or forfeiture; giving riso tho right of payme'tit." Other clauses provide that the schools, which is being continued by his Farmer successor. Dr. -Roily !s pastor of St. I'a'ul's Anglican Church, and ig n mombcr'nt present for Scat North-Weal-Toronto. Healthy liver Healthy Life Youf tit clogged, aJtive or all tho difference botv.'een a vigorous, cheerful life low spirits Mi- me. To wbdue ii stubborn liver; ovtr- J come consti- pation, dizzi- ness, bilious- ness, indigestion, headache and tne blues there is nothing on earth so good asCuttr'iUttltUittnUi. Purely vegetable, M. CABTEH'S IKON POLS, Nature's prcat nerve 'and Wood tonic fot Anemia; NervouMu, and expenses of any such municipal constables performing provincial du- :s. In (he section giving the provincial commissioner uhthorily to tako over any case requiring detectivcB, the com- missioner must first vipliiy the mayor, chief of police or.reeve of any muni- cipality that he has assumed such au- thority. Member for Kilkenny 05 Prisoners Now in Jail At Queenstown V Reasonable efforts to realize morl- moneys dud "That no 'iriortga'K'oe shall be en- jtlecl to any payment Under the I1 dragguu, 50c. box. Ifok for tt. ITITT Do This Tonight! yon hai't a Cold Apply Us dry. comforting, medi- cated warmth iijuit year chill-racSicd syitern cravM. By inorning, your calH will be a Thrrc'inoharmlotrylni, there? DUBLIN', March Cos grove, Sinn Fein member of parlia- ment for tho northern division of Kil- ivas arrested this morning at his iiomo in Dublin. Jailed In Queenstown BELFAST, March Sixty-five Sinn Kein prisoners, who sailed from j }uecnstown ycRtcrany aboard a Hrit- sh sloop, which wn" accompanied by j wo destroyers, arrived hero this morning. The Sinn Felncrs were removed from Iho sloop under a strong guard .nil tnkcn to the city jail, which had been cleared of ordinary prisoners. The jail has been fitted with barbed wire- protection and tho prisoners will be guarded by troops. ITALIAN WORKMEN SEIZE FACTORIES; TROOPS usiio tlOMK, March troops yesterday forced the surrender of workmen who had seized the Mlanl and Sllvcstrl factories at Naples, fol lowing a rejection of their claims fnr Increased wages. The men after MizliiK Iho factories, barricaded all enframes and raised the red (lag. SIR HORACE PLUNKETT Xotcd Irishman who. It Is) said, has the firm promise of tho Lulled Stales to withdraw the reservation to tho covenant of tho League of Nations regarding tho vothiR powers of the British Dominions, and also to cuter tho League It tlio Irish question isi settled on a Dominion basis. NotABl the perfect I appearance of htrcGnv I Permanent temjierary skin troubles ire effectively f concealed. -Reduces un- nalufal color and corned isy spins. fintisepiic, d with beneficial results ss .la curative agent for 70 AUCTION SALE WORK HORSES AT BONNELL'S BARN, LETHBRIDGE On MONDAY, MARCH 29th COMMENCING O'CLOCK 6 Heavy Work Horses, 1400 to 1700, Grain Fed 3 Saddle Ponies 14 Work Horses, 1100 to 1200 ALL FAT AND IN GOOD SHAPE Also 5 Wagons, almost new; 3 sets Heavy Work Harness; 1 Light Dray; 1 Set Eveners; Shovels, Forte, !sg Cha'ns, etc. TERMS CASH PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer WILLIAM BENNETT, T. COIN, A. H. KNIGHT, Owners. Lett Ihlgh of horses. Hight jaw 'ot horses. TTOo per head reward. Notify Strand, IVrcntham, Alta. 72--21; Cattle brand on. right ribs. Weir, Maslnaaln, Alia. Left thigh of horses. On right tbigji oi horses. On left shoulder of horses. Ji'gc Gordon, Iroh Springs, Alta. On left shoulder. "Ackroyd, ilugrath, Altii. I Origntal Cream I'.S. G6vernment will lose half a billion dollars na K result of tho Supremo :.'.Conr.l decision declaring slool: (Uriilnnils nol. (axnblo as lu- com? BAILIFFS SALE Under and by virtue of a CHATTEL MORTGAGE given by H. B HUNT to WOOD, VALf-ANCE A ADAMS, and to ins directed against the goon; and chattels of H. B. HUNT, of FOREMOST, ALBERTA, nnmsd in tho said CHATTEL MORTOAftE, 1 hlva seized the following goods, namely: STOCK IN TRADE, CONSISTING OF A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS Situated In the Tillage of on the T.elhbrldge- Weybnru lino of the Canattian Pacific Compiny. of Stock 11 shown by Inventory Tola! of Fixtures at shown by M6.20 W7I8.45 Tli! stock will be sold at so much on the rfollir >hOwn on the stock sheets. Stock gheels may be inspected il Sheriff) Office, Tyjlhbriuge. WHICH 1 SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE Saturday, the 27th day of March AT FOREMOST, ALBERTA, AT THE HOUR OF 10 O'CLOCK AiM. or marked cheque, payable at par 13fh March, 1SJO. M. AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS FRIDAY COMMENCINC AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE liicludilic: llnmlsome DIXIN'G SUITE, solid oak, fumed, compris- ing buffet, round extension table nnd net of tiiniiig chairs; hand- some den luble In [umccl oak; GUASS LOUN'OB CHAIIt; gent's OIA.1I1, upholstered In solid leather; William and Mary oak rocker, tnpeatry scat; carpet snunroa; massive MISSION OAK BUFFET; surface oak buffet; oak sideboard; secretaire ocsk. mahogany finish; extending iMne table; handsome. DHBSSEll IN HATINWOOD with largo bevelled mirror; HALL SJTAND in nuartered oak ij'lih K1IU, LESOTIJ MlRHOii; brass trimmed bed with Duplex -jprings and (ell matlroas; brass bed with siirlngs nnd Ostci-m-jor matlrcss; white iraaiiicllcd wash Wniiil; drcaser with oval mirror in mission finish; 'Old Trusty" rapacity IN'GUDATOR; rockers; ilresa form; largo carpet, 10x12; 50 feet Bnvdon hose; electric iron; town mower; ivashtuhH; RBMIXtlTON' Xo. 10 TYI'BWIUTBIl: DIAJIO.XD DISC talking machine lu mahogany, with 2T records. Also OVERLAND ROADSTER AUTOMOBILE In Al Running; Order. (MAY BE TRIED OUT MORNING OF SALE AT ROOMS) TERMS CASH PHONES 770-46D "VYAODINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" DRAYING Of AH Kindt WesternTranst'erCo, Umited T. Frelftrt lnia> OMIet lilt 1IM ,r THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A f JOBTODFKER Please Notify W.LOW8 Phone 1603 Tractor Cylinders Reground specialize la gas tractor cylinders and fitting oversize pistons and riugs. have In block at pretent oversize for all popular makes of gas tractors. Auto Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 1st Ave, S. Phono 1732 ;