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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'TUESDAY. MARCH 2(5, 1918 THE !/8. The total cost per annum iu sal-Ottawa bead office $239,114; dis-aries was: trict offices $79,338; London, England, *G2,900. Under a re-arrangement which will come Into effect April J, tho staff in Jxmdon will number thirty-eight, requiring a budget of $38,000 for salaries."'In 1917 twenty'thousand pensions were awarded. Complaints from disability pensioners or their dependents numbered 828. The government Informed Mr. Kay that 111 representatives were appointed by the minister of agriculture to appear before military tribunal*. Of those there were 87 in Ontario and 29 in Saskatchewan. "How many men have been released from military service to work as agriculturalists through the efforts of those 1 representatives?" asked Mr. Kay. "As the representatives," was the reply, "did not report in detail, the department 19 unable to give this Information." None of the representatives were attending tho military tribunals at the. present time. Two motions of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, (he first for a copy of all memoranda �nd petitions by Slav subjects of Austria, naturalized in Canada, setting forth grievances and suggesting remedies, and tho second for a copy of all petitions or communications of any kind either asking for or opposing the importation of coolie labor from Sept. 1 last, were carried. Hon. Mr. Lemieux asked for a copy of all letters and messages exchanged between the Dominion and Provincial executives concerning the order-in-council of Dec. 22, 1917, respecting tho sale of securities by the provincial, colonial or foreign governments, municipalities or other bodies. > Mr. Lemieux In moving for the production of these documents stated that tho order-in-council of Dec. 22 was Illegal and unconstitutional, Inasmuch as it attempted to control tho borrowing powers or provincial governments, Ho said that ho was glad that the first to protest against this action had come from the prime minister of his own province of Quebec. He know, however, that later protests had been received, one from Nova Scotia, another, he believed, from Manitoba and others ;ram the far western provinces. Mr. Lemieux was at a loss to understand why the Dominion government had acted in such a drastic mannor. Tho order-in-council had been passed shortly after tho Victory Loan campaign. in this campaign the provincial governments bad assisted tho Dominion government very materially. Tho province of Queboe had subscribed largely to the Victory Loan. SAYS ALLIES MAKING IT Jiondon, Mar. 2S,-At a meeting of the Association of Danish Manufacturers, sayB an Kxchongo Tolegraph despatch from Copenhagen, President Alexander Fobs reviewed Danish commercial rotations and complained of tho treatmnat o� neutrals by belligerents. "Great Britain and the United State* have made a commercial agreement in order to defend the rights of Mnnll neutral states," said ho. "but up until now the effect has boon to make the position of European, neutrals worse, President Wilson sorely dc-rtlros that neutral, and especially tho Scandinavian coirntrios, 3hall be kept out of the vrar, but If we are successful In doing so tha credit will not bo due to America." Theodore Primoau, 75 years of age. a resident of Windsor more than 23 years, and his nopteow, Gilbert Oue-lotto, aged CO, died at tho same hour. SOLDIERS JOIN IN denllal.i under Kn. ing to secure help should apply iromediaicty to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Pfione 160 q3 410 TWELFTH STREET A SOUTH AT 10.30 A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURN And effects Including: Set oak dining chair"; extending oak (lining table; heavy mission oak settee; mission mik rockers; writing tabic; grass chairs; electric light domo; carpet squares; linoleums; WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINE in good order; C-hole McCLARY RANGE; kitchen tables: Uitcheii cupboard; "Cold Wave" refrigerator; washing and wrinKinx machines; quantity books; quarter cut oak dresser, oval mirror; bedroom chairs and rockers; medicine cupboard; oak clri>sscr.i ;md stands; brass mounted bods, complete with springs and Huntresses; useful side tables; carpet strips; kitchen utensils; dishes ami the usual sundries. SALE WILL COMMENCE AT 1030 PROMPT TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS ON THE FARM OF N. BROHMAN, E. 16-3-20, W. 4TH, 7 MILES SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE, -1 MILE N.W. OF WILSON SIDING Tuesday Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. 30-HORSES-30 1 bay team, fi and 6 yearn old, weight 2-100. hrnke; 1 loam, niaro and gelding, 5 and 0 yours old, weight 2700, broke; 1 black mare, T years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 brown mare. H years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 grey mare. 5 years old. weight r.'OO. broke; 1 team mares, 10 years old, weight 2-VTJO, broke; 1 grey gelding, 4 years old. weight 1100. broke; 1 grey gelding, G years old, weight lliOD, broke; 1 saddle horse. II years old, weight 1100; 1 team black mares, weight 2600, age li and fi; 4 4-yenr old mares, bailor broke; :i mares. 2 years old; 2 2-year old geldings; G yearlings; 1 Grade Percheron Stallion, weight 1C00. CATTLE-3 milk cows, heavy in calf; 15 cows and heifers, some with calves at foot. IMPLEMENTS-10-20 Case tractor with reserve bid: 3-bottom Itock Island gang plow, 2 breaker bottoms; 1 20-115 Fareighar thresher; 1 set: discs, in and out throw, 8 ft.; 1 large size forge and blower; 1 oil drum; 2 wagons with g.raln tanks; 1 wagon with rack; 1 new grain tank; 1 duckfoot cultivator, 10 foot; 1 Emerson mower, new; .1 S-soclion lever harrow; 2 sets of harness; 2 incubators in good working order; 1 30-gallon feed cooker; 1 single buggy; 1 set single harness; 1 kitchen range; 1 dozen black I.angshan hens: 1 dozen white Leghorn hens; 1 CHEVROLET CAR, 1916 MODEL; TERMS CASH. SALE AT ONE P. M. PROMP^ MR. PORTER HAS SOLD HIS FARM. MR. BROHMAN IS SHORT OF RANGE. W. PORTER, NORMAN BROHMAN, Owner* G. P. DEARDORFF, Auctioneer ija>iaiiiiT!TrT^'"''"'--*-'^y|'-TgaaBZg'1 MORE DECORATIONS T.ondon. March 2fi. Inves-tiircK of the Distinguished .Service Order have been made to Major .Francis -Steel and Lieut. Donald McNuughion. The Victoria I'ross has been awarded to (hiptaln Christopher O'Kelly, and several other decorations have been awarded. The circumstances ol' O'Kelly's hero-iBin were that he led an advance over 1000 yards under heavy fire, attacking a Htroug position, capturing six pill boxes, one hundred prisoners and leu machine guns. rj c> > : > > b.; 1 black mare. [> years old. lu foal, 15(10 lbs.: 1 black mare. !t years old, 140(1 lbs.; 1 bay marp, ti years old, In foal, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay mure. 4 years old. 120o Iba.; 1 bay mare, :', years old. DSOO lbs.; 1 black mare, 3 years old. 1200 lbs.; 1. brown mare, 3 years old, eligible papers, 1300 lbs.; I bay gelding, 2 yeurs old, papers, lino lbs.; 1 nay gelding. 2 years old, papers, 1200 lbs.; 1 grey gelding, 2 years old, papers, llou lbs.; 1 bay mare, 2 years old; 1 hay mare. 2 years old; 1 black gelding. 2 years old; 1. buy horse colt. 1 year old; 1 brown horse coli. i years old: 1 bay horse colt, ;! years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 black horse colt. :l years old, 1250 lbs.; 1 grey horse colt, 7 years old. lfioi) lbs.; 1 bay horse colt, 7 years old. 1400 lbs.; 1 Shorthorn roan bull. 3 years old. Durham. Rob, 113232. All the above stock, lets the colts, are broke to work and are in good condition. This Is a rare chance to find as many horses and colts of such good breeding belonging to one man but the proprietor is a real horse man, having sold his farm and going to, retire, everything will be sold. NO RESERVE. � TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, balance to be paid November 1st, 1918, on approved joint notes at 8 per cent, per annum on all credit amounts. 5 per cent, per annum on all credit amounts for cash. ALBERT WOCKNIT2, Proprietor JAMES A. SMITH, Auctioneer Auction Sale Having Sold My Farm, 1 Will Sell By Public Auction on the S. E. Quarter of 19-10-22, A\-> miles north of Kipp and 7 miles Southeast of Nobleford. Monday, April 1st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP Farm Stock. Implements, Etc. TEN HORSES-1 gelding, 12 years old, 1600 lbs.; 1 bay eetd-ing. aged; 1 black team, 4 and 5 years old; 1 bay HUy, riBlng 4 years; 1 black gelding, 3 years old; 1 bay gelding, 7 years old; 1 brood mare. 10 years old; 1 black filly. 1 year old; 1 driving mare, 8 years old; 1 good butter cow, due to calve April 25. MACHINERY-1 IVfassey-Harrls binder, S foot; 1 Maasey-Harria binder, (i foot; 1 Massey spring tooth cultivator; 1 packer, 12 foot; 1 Cockshutt sulky plow, 16 in. new; 1 Deering mower; ONE 1917 DODGE CAR, run less than 3,000 miles; 1 Champion hay rake; 1 Van Brunt seed drill, double disc; 1 disc harrow, 16 discs; 1 Stude-baker wagon, nearly new; 1 Bain wagon; 1 fanning mill; 1 blacksmith outfit and tools; 1 rubber tired buggy; about 250 bushels seed wheat; about 700 bushels oats. Also complete lines: of household furniture in good condition. TERMS, HALF CA8H, BALANCE NOVEMBER 1ST, AT EIGHT PER CENT. OR FIVE PER CENT. OFF CREDIT AMOUNTS FOR CASH. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS SOLD HI8 FARM. TERMS ONrGRAIN-CASH. T. PATTERSON, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Bonds We offer alt maturities of Victory Loan at 98% and accrued interest. Free from Taxes. Bonds may be registered as to Principal. We can also supply you with Provincial and Municipal Bonds. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA J V Cattle for Sale, Very Highly Bred 400 Cows, 315 two yean old heifers, 250 two year old steers, all native Montanans, bred and raised, now located on Blackfoot Reservation, Montana. 140 head of two, three and four year old steers, of which half are 'high grade Aberdeen Angus, now located on Teton River, near Collins, Montana, Great Northern Railway, Shelby line. 200 selected high grade Hereford cows, age 3 to 6 years old, bred to strictly choice registered Hereford bulls, coming 3 year olds, located near Cascade, Montana, on Great Northern Railway. Also at Cascade, Montana, Polled Angus bulls,, 6 coming three year old, 4 coming twos, 5 coming yearlings. The bulls are thoroughbred and registered. Also a few thoroughbred cows and heifers. IF INTERESTED IN ANY OF ABOVE LOTS CALL OR ADDRESS. T. C. POWER & BRO. HELENA, MONTANA. 07467365 ;