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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "TUESDAY, MAHCH 26, MS THE LrrrilBRIDOl'', DAILY in':nALD PAGE SEVEN OtUwu.-Mnrch 20.-Tho homo ot commons ngain mado rapid headway bUBlneafl at today's Htttlng. It was prlvntc memlwrH' day bat govom-mont buBtneRS \vaa roachod betoro alx o'clock and supply was considered lu comtnoni for tlia first timo in ttio, ovontoK. apaclal ROTemnieiU ostlnuites. , bolnn under constdemtlon. When ibm houso mot Sir Robert Dordcm Tead. ~ som� abetrMts frmn war reports and' mado Mono Tomarks 'whloh wero ge� �roB*ly Applauded from members 0� both sldea c4 tbo cbambor. Bb: Sam VlU^hel asked a number of questions relattvo to the situation and was told by tbe spealMr that ho should pot them on the order pAper, Th6 Kovemmnt did na� nply to tho qu^Mttona o been compelled to Invado ' state rights bocttUBO ot war conditions. He defaiided the action ot tho gov-rnnlent'In'not consulting tho provinces oh the score, that tho provinces could not have voluntarily consented to a siirrendet of rights. Slf Ilpljertjfioraon gave formal notice that when the house adjourns on Wednesday over Eaator, It will stand ndjoul-ncd until April .'2. � Penalona Board. �Mr. Qhtherland ftskod a series of questions In regard to the pension oommflslon. Ho Was lijtormod that tho, clerical arid admlhlstratlvo stolf In Ottawa ijumbered 437, In district � offices 88 and In London, Kngland, C8. The total cost per annum In sal dtUwa head offico $339,114; dls-arlos Wat; trict offices �79,338; liOndon, England,: 63,900,' � . . , Unddr a re-arrangement which will come Into effect April ], tho staff in Ijondoa will number thirty-eight, re-" quiring a budget of $33,000 for sa)., aries.' * In 1917 'twenty' thouknnd' pon? slons' ^ero awarded. Complaints fronr disability pensioners or their dependents numbered 828. I The government Informed Mr. Kay that llfi representatives wore ap-^ pointed by the minister ot agriculture, to appear before military tribunaia. Of these there were 87 In Ontario and ii9 In Saskatchewan. 'MIow many men have been releosed-from military service to work as agriculturalists through tlie efforts of � those ' reprasentatives?" asked Mr. Kay. 7As; the repteaentatlves," was the reply, "did not report'In. detail, the department la unable to give this Information." None ot tho representatives were attending tho military tribunals at the. present time. . Two' motions of Sir Wilfrid Ijaurler, the first tor a copy of all memoranda-and petltionii by Slav subjects ot Austria, . naturalized In Canada; setting fortli grievances and suggesting remedies, and the second for a copy of all. petitions or conununlcatlons ot- any kind either aaking for or opposing the importation of coolto labor from Sept. 1 last, were carried. Hon. Mr. Lemleux asked for a copy of all letters and meaSages exchanged between tha Dominion and Provincial executives concerning tlie order-In-council of Dec; '22, 1917, respecting tho sale ot Heourltles by tho provincial, colonial or foreign governments, municipalities or other bodies. > Mr, Lemleux in moving for the production ot these documents stated that , the ordar^lnrCouncH of Dec. 22 was Illegal and unconstitutional, Inasmuch as it attempted to control tlie borrowing powers of provincial governments, He said that he was glad that the first to protest against this action had come from the prime minister of his own province ot Quebec. , He know, however, that later protests had been re-c;8lvod, one from Nova Scotia, another, he believed, froin Manitoba and others from the far western provinces. Mr. Lom'ou* ^a* at � loss to -underT stand why the Dominion goTommeut Imd acted In such a drastic manner. The order-ln-f;ouncll had boen passed shortly ofter tho Victory Loan campaign. tn this campaigu tho provincial governments had aasiitad tho Dominion government very matarlolly, Tho province ot QucboO had aubscrlbod largely to the Victory Loan. ITHARDFORHS liondon, M&r, 2S.-Al a meeting ot Uie AssuclAtlon ot Danliih Mantttactur-im, Hftya ahJOzchaugo Tolegroph des- Stch from Copenhagen, President ewuiaer Ii>j�8 xevl.ewed Danish com-fl&erdal rttlattons and oomplained of Ult) trsbtttint of nsatrals by bolttger- "weai, Britain and tho tmitod BtatM ha're mpda * oommerclal ngroe-mont In or4�r to defend tho rights of stmUl nottna aUtes," said ho. "tvx up ilnUl now tha atfeot has boon to mako ihe )>Daiilon ot Buropean neutrals worae^ . Proaldant WUsoa surely do-nlros that nautraU and especially the Soandtonrtan cotrttbdoa, shall be kept mi of .Uia war, hat If we are successful In doing so the orodlt will not be due to America." Thaqlore Prtmoau, 75 years ot ago, a mldant ot Windsor more than 23 yoarfi, Ohd hU nophow, QUbert Cue-lotto, aged 00, died at the same hour. Harbin, Manchuria, , March 18.--KuBStan and Clorman soUllors in SIbor-lo are organizing an army cor;)8 composed o( one pxcluslvoly Uusalun division and another which will bo two-' thirds Qonnnn and ono-third Austrian, according to roporta reaching official h':a?> o : ? > : �> : MORE DECORATIONS London. Mnl'ch iifi,-Invcs-tures of the DlslingulBhed Service Order havo bupn mado to Ivtajor Francis StenI and Lieut. nonUld McNaughton. Tho Victoria Cross has been awarded to Chptalrt Christopher O'Kelly. and several other decornllons have boon awarded. The circumstances of O'Kclly's heroism wore that hn led an advance over 1000 yards under hoavy fire, attacking a atrouB position, capturhiK hIx plU boxes, one hundred prisonoi-s and ton machlno guns. Calgary, Mar. 25.-Because their employers retused tp recognize tlio mi AUCT 410 TWELFTH STREET A SOUTH On THURSDAY, AT 10.30 A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: Set oak dining chairs; extending oalc dining table; heavy mission oalc settee; raissiou oak rockei's; writ-inff table; grass chairs; electric light dome; carjiet squares; linoleums; WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINE in good order; 6-holo McCLARY RANGE; kitcheu tables; kitchen cupboard; "Cold \\"ave" retrigorator; washing And wringinK n\achine6; quantity books; quarter out oak dresser, oval mirror; bedroom chairs and fockers; medicine cupboard; oak dresserij and stands; brass mounted bods, complete with springs and mattresses; iiselul sido ' tables; carpet strips; kitchen utensils; dishes and the usual sundries. SALE WILL COI^MENCE AT 10.30 PROMPT TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS ON THE FARM OF N. BROHMAN, E. 18-3-20, W. 4TH, 7 MILES SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE, 4 MILE N.W, OF WILSON SIDING Tuesday April 2, 1918 30-HORSES-30 1 bay team, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2400, broke; 1 team, mare and gelding, 5 and C years "old, weight 2700, broke; 1 black mare, 7.years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 brown mare, (i years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 grey mare, 5 years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 team mares, 10 years old, weight 24t>0, broke; 1 grey gelding, 4 years old, weight 1100, broke; 1'grey gelding, 6 years old,'weight 1300, broke; 1 saddle horso, 3 years old, weight 1100; 1 team black mares, weight 2600, ago B and 6; 4 4-year old mares, Ijaltor broke; 8 mares, 2 years old; 2 2-year old geldings; 0 yearlings; 1 Grade Porcberou. Stallion, weight 1000. '  ^ CATTLE-3 milk cows, beavy lu calf; 15 cows and heifers, � some with calves at foot, � ' IMPLEMENTS-;-10-20 Case tractor with reserve bid; 3-bottom Ilock. Island gang plow, 2 breakeri,bottOmB; 1 20-3B Karelghar thresher; 1 set discs, in and.out throw, 8 ft.; 1'large size forgo and blower; 1 oil drum; 2 wagons with g,raln tanks; 1 wagon with rack; 1 new grain tank; 1 duokfoot cultivator, 10 footf 1 ICmersou, mower, new-; 1 S-soction lever harrow; 2 seta of harness; 2 incubators in good working order;, 1 ao-gallon feed cooker; 1 siuKlo buggy; 1 set single harness; 1 kitchen range;. 1 dozen black Langshab hens; 1 dozen.white Leghorn hens,*. 1 CHEVROLET CAR, 1916 MODEL; TERMS CASH. ,, SALE AT ONE P. M. PROMPT WR. PORTER HAS SOLD HIS FARM* MR. BROHMAN IS SHORT G. P. DEARDORFF, Auctioneer OF RANGE. W. PORTER, NORMAN BROHMAN, .,'.n 1)'..!.., Owner* AUCTION SALE HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER, N. H. MURRAY, WHO HAS SOLD HIS FARM, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE ON SEC. 31-7-20, NINE MILES SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIOGE ON STIRLING ROAD, Thurs. Mar. 28 Cbmmenolno at 12 o'clock Sharp , 28 HEAD OF HORSES 1 grado Stallion, Percheron, coming fi years old, 1800 lbs.; 1 team of mares, in foal, about 10 years old, about 1400 lbs. each; 1 team of mares, in foal, about 10 � and 11 years old. weight about 1500 lbs., each; 1 brown mure, 9 years old, in foal, 1550 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, coming 7 years, IfiOO lbs.; 1 team bay mares, in foal, age U and 10 years, 1200 Ib-f. cadi; 1 team bay geldings, 1500 lbs. each; 1 team ot geldings, bay and sorrel, 10.years old, 1400 lbs. each; 1 gray team, !l and 11 years old, 1500 lbs. each; 1 bay toam, 12 years, weight 1350 each; 1 brown gelding, 10 yean;, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 black filly, coming I! years, 1000 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, ;i ynars, 1250 lbs.; 1 bay saddle ponj', 7 years, .tOO lbs.; 2 bay fillies, coming 2 years old; 2 geldings, coming 2 years; 2 stallion colts, 2 years; 1 filly colt, coming 1 year. 19 HEAD OF CATTLE *' 2 good Holstein cows, milking; 5 cows, 2 milking, 3 coming in; 2 .ghorlhorn steers, coming 2 years old; 1 Holstein heltt^r, coming 2 years old; 1 black heifer calf, coming 1 year; 2 bull calves, comng 1 year; 2 .Ihelfor winter calves; 1 bull winter calf. HOGS 10 Poland-China brood sows; 1 boar; 2 shoats; I'Poland-Chlna boar, 2 years -old; 1 Poland-China sow, heavy fn pig, com-lug 3 years; 5 Poland-China sows, heavy in pig, coming 2 years; 1 Poland-China sow, with 8 pigs, coming 2 years; 2 Poland-China sows, and 2 Poland-China barrows, 9 months old. MACHINERY 1 Mogul 22x45 gas engine, in good .working order; 1 Oliver S-bottom stubble engine plow; 1 P. & 6. stubble engine plow; C-4 loot Deering disc; 3 drag barrows, 4 sections each, complete; 2 18-dlsc Monitor press drills, almost now; 1 20-dlsc Monitor press drill. In good re-. pair; 3 Deering 8-toot binders; J. MasBoy-Harris 8-foot binder, in good repair; 1 oil tank, steel, 350 gallons, and gear, almost new;. 1 wooden 400 gallon water tank arid gear, pump and hose, complete; 1 galvanized 350 gallon water tank, pump and hose; 4 bundle racks and wagons; 2 126-bushel grain tanks and wagon, new last fall; 1 double deck grain wagon and gear in good condltioh; 1 grain box, wide gauge; 1 rack bottom, good tor wldo gauge'wagon; 2 McCormiok 5-foot cut mowers, in good repair; 1 McCormtok 10-foot hay rake; 1 Deering 10-foot hay rake; 1 14-toot land paoker-corrug�)tud; 1 John Deere 14-ln. gang plow and bitch, almost now; 2 Emerson 16-Inch sulky pi )w?, breaker and stubble bottom; 1 .wheel scraper; 1 Iron Age potato planter; 1 potato cultivator; 1 garden seeder; 1 garden cultivator; 1 large scalding kettle; 1 tank heater; 1 truck scales; 1 grindstone; 300 busholol ot 2-rowed balrley; 1 Avery 3ti-qo feeder; 1 No. 7 Galloway cream separator; 1 5-gallon barrel churn; ice box; democrat wagon; buggy, shafts and pole; 1 riding harness; 8 sets of heavy harness; 3 pairs of horse blankets. Many small articles too numerous to mention. Everything Goes. Free Lunch at Noon TERMS: All sums of $50 aijd under cash,, Over that amount,!, halt cash, balance November Ist, 11)18, on uo^es of approved security bearing 8 per cent, Interest from date; or 8 per cent, discount tor cash on credit amounts. Q, H. LEQLER, Auctioneer union and to grant certain wage Increases domandfd, waiters and waitresses In a number of Calgary restaurants v/cttt on strike at tho noon hour today. The union I'inlms that If.O are on strike. Among the hnt�li affected Is thp Palllser, (he C.P.d. hostelry. Thsl managemeni, hwevnr, had a new crew ready and according to a stnfempnl by Manager Pierce Die hotel has (enough help to carry on. Hlrikers surrounded a number of the largfir eating places but there was no violence. One or two of the larger restaurants are not affected as their staffs are not union members. The sUtoment of the Canadian Patriotic Fund shows that the Kent county branch ot the organization is caring for ;'.89 families In Chatham and Kent county, and that during tho month of .January a total ot $ii,44ii was dIaburBfid. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF PURE BRED AND GRADE Percheron Stallions, Mares and Registered Stallions ON SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 6, RANGE 22, 5 MILES NORTH AND 4 MILES WEST OF MAGRATH, ON Saturday, March 30, 1918 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ' Norman 2;21-737.t", S years old. aho\it l!)On lbs.; Registered Gertrude, No. 70776, 7 years old, black inaro; Ri'glstered Victoria, No. 70778, 7 years old. black mare; 1 gray marc, rising 2 years old, eligible for registration; 1 gray mare, rising 2 years old, eligible , for registration; 2 rolls, rising 1 year, eligible for registration; 1 grado Percheron stallion. (! years old. laOO lbs. FRENCH DRAFT, Katherlne, reglBtero.d No. 20991, grey mart, n years old, IflflO lbs.; Ploralne, registered .N'o. 22512, black mare, 8 ycarK old, 1000 lbs.; .Marlyss, registered No. 22708. black mare, 8 years old, 1500 lbs.; 1 standard bred stallion, ti years old; 1 grey mare, 6 years old, in foal, 1600 lbs,: 1 black mare, G years old, in foal, IfiOO lbs.; 1 grey mare. .S years old. In foal, WOO lbs.; 1 black mare, 9 years old. In foal, 1500 lbs.; 1 hIacK mare. 9 years old, 1400 Ihs.; 1 bay mare, � years old, In foal, IBOO lbs.; 1 bay mare, 4 years old. 1200 lbs.; 1 bay marc, :i years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 black mare, .t years old. 1200 )bs,; 1 brown mare. 3 years old, eligible papers, 1300 IbH.; 1 bay gelding, 2 years old, papers, 1100 ib.s.; 1 bay gelding. 2 years old, papers, 1200 lbs.; 1 grey gelding, 2 years old. papers, 1100 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 2 years old; 1 bay mare, 2 years old; 1 black gelding, 2 years old; 1 buy horse colt, 1 year old; 1 brown hor.te colt. I years old; 1 bay horse colt, 3 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 bikck horse colt, 3 years old, 12.'i0 lbs.; 1 grey horse colt. 7 years old, 1600 lbs.; 1 bay horse colt, 7 years old. 1400 lbs.; 1 Shorthorn roan bull, 3 years old, Durham. Bob, 113232. All ti7e above ctoek, le�* the colts, are broke to work and are in good condition. ThI* It a rare chance to find as many hortea and colts of such good breeding belonging to one man but the proprietor is a raal horse man, having sold his farm and gotng to^ retire, everything Will be aold. NO RESERVE. � TERMS OF SALE-Half cath, balance to be paid November let, 1918, on approved Joint notat at 8 per cent, per annum on all credit amounts. 5 par cent, per annum on all credit amounta for caih. ALBERT WOCKNITZ, Proprietor JAMES A. SMITH, Auctioneer Auction Sale Having Sold My Farm, I WiU SeU By PubUc Auction on the S. E. Quarter of 19-10-22,4V2 mOes north of Kipp and 7 miles Southeast of Nobleford. Monday, April 1st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP ...^ Farm Stock, Implements^ Etc. TEN HORSES-], gelding, 12 years old, 1600 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, aged; 1 bhick team, 4 and 5 years old; 1 bay tiUy, rlatns 4 years; 1 black geldlns, 3 years old; 1 bay gelding, 7 yeara old; 1 brood raaroj 10 yeara old; 1 black filly, 1 year old; 1 drlTlnK mara, 8 years old; 1 good butter cow, due to calre April 25. MACHINERY-1 Massey-Hanis binder, S foot; 1 Mawier-Hftrrla binder, 6 foot; 1 Massey spring tooth cultivator; 1 packer, 12 foot; 1 Cockshutt sulky plow, 16 in. new; 1 Deering mowar; ONE 1917 DODQE CAR, run less than 8,000 miles; 1 Champion bay rake; 1 Van Brunt aeed drill, double diac; 1 dlso harrow, 16 dlica; 1 Stude-baker waiton, nearly new; 1 Bain wagon; 1 tannloR mUX; 1 blacksmith outfit and tools; 1 rubber tired buggy; about 250 bushels seed wheat; about 700 bushels oats. Also complete Una* ot housaliold furniture In gdod condition. i TERMS, HALF CASH, BALANCE NOVEMBER 18T, AT ElOHT PER CENT. OR FIVE PER CENT, OFF CREDIT AMOUNTS rOR CASH. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS SOLD HIS FARM. . � TCRPXS ONr GRAIN-CASH. T. PATTERSON, Owner J. A. SMITH, AuctlontaP Gbvernitient 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 Britisk Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIQNCE, ETC. ; ij HEAD OFFICE, 31S FIFTH STREET S. ' LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA ,  .pH 1 CaHle for Stile, Very Highly Bred 400 CowB, 315 two yaarf old helfera,2M'two year old ateart, all native Montanana, brad, and ralaad, no^ located on Blaekfoot Raacrva-itlon, Montana.  HCWENA, MONTANA. ;