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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SY1THDAY. MAHCtl 20, THE LETJIBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Mrs. lama Peach Chap 36 Statutes of Alberta 1921 By K Doar do know from the pradouerauce of In our .wild enthusiasm at the govt's gossip that there must decision re irrigation, let us not over- dozen joints in town were, look oilier important legislation which; get a snifter or a full blown bottl our law makers arc about to put on the statute books of this fair Provr ince. Little the knew, how well, are the needs of the. masses eonsid- ered and acted upon by a. sane, wise ;nul just administration. Hem I find, Bill No. of 1921, ulwiit to become :v law. Nuvyr a, word in tho papers, of commendation, approval or nearly may hard stuff. We liave had a cold poker party on tap, a bottle becomes a necessity. Where to gp? Who to nee? Ask some of tbe wise night owls. He oven flinpauey of jest. long felt is about to be supplied, class and distinction are soon to be given those who wish it. Aristocracy can now commence to aristock (or what over the verb expressing lend them selves The way is opening for those heretofore .were doomed to die and ho forgotten, to live for evor and Their names will be handed to generations yet unborn. We of this day, in this province, can start something that will be ro-echo down the ages. Bill No. 36 for is entituled, "An Act to Provide for the Registration of. Names of Homes." This is a great, step forward from the Aiys of the wild SundayV meetlm; was tho lam ot thsi religions nit'etluss for the aeu- tion. As was expected a crowd turned out to hoar Dr. Louring give lis talk on "Kvil, its origin and pur rattles ot get it at "Mikas." or "Dago Veto's" or "Frankie's." "Tootsio's" or "Art's Place." These names meaning mithin in our young life. Where is their dugouts? The owl heartily recommends "Art's place." With a little imagination we decide to buy our bottle at the "Art Palace." or whatever they call it. All. 'right go j down to the next corner and" 2 blocks 111K frnm tlle west, and you will sec a sign swing- tlollei' Act- am busy now choosing :i ing above the gate, "Art's Place." Art nam" for my roost. Somebody is sura now, to liiHurn them oi liig in- WBI goods in tint four years. Of course, I see It, iiverylKidy who Kruaps the opportunity of nam- j Ing their own homo, will Iwve a ehris- teiilnii puny. Oil. those house parties. What a round, of them there will be. ChampniiiiH, wlno, hard Bluff w.'ll now nightly for months t-j come when house and home christening parties become the vogue. When thu registration certificate arrives from Kdmonton with the proud owner's title proved to "liollcm Hi and when the case arrives from the nearest Gov't Dispensary what a joyful party tliuro .will be. About 2 p.x. tho glowing host will weavn his way out on to the verandah and by the light of the full moon which has nuthin on the guests, will mount the railing assisted by his tip. ;y sponsors, solemnly taking the prof- fered bottle of spirits and standing with uncovered head, lisp v.-onls like sroat thing if we can got it going, tills. "1 hie, Ole Barn, hie, 1 other cities have thc-m now. Old hie house, I now Christen you I Tno Bassos arc still well ut- hic "Thirst Not House." Then the' 'ended but most of the attention tense moment as he smashes the bot- tle agaitist the verandah post, over- balances and falls bead iirst into the geranium and hollyhocks. They gather the proud owner up and the night is made hideous for all those hi the bio par PAGE Gossip From the "Y" WIH-I.. Ot .vuiir entries in oiirly so that the coiniiiiitcu may know Just what tj prepare fur. That was surely a groat "Kathor IIIH lailL uu rjtn, JIM pur- T, J pose Mr I.eo Coombs W-IK the K ice aml Illst Abollt Kamchatka to the soviet gov- Grayson, as a little weak an a iKl soloist and wna urontlv fathers and suns-a lino banquut. ornmciil ot Moscow. of an a.'nte attack of indigestion yes- There IH a prospect of a' male mnrtot wul K00'1 speeches, and every- Usconut Uchlda. Jnpaneso foreign terday, but otherwise apparently being worked up for dcclaj-ed in the house of covered from the attack. meetings. The Friday noon-day service and Chinese Bible Class both held their last meetings of the season as did also the Chinese-English class. the way. there is a strung possi- bility that before long we will see a small Chinese Y. M. o. A. in our city with a Chinese Secretary, u will bo .1 JAPAN SENDS FIVE WARSHIPS TO KAMCHATKA TOYKO. Mar. 26. Japan U under- stood to ham decided to despatch a battleship and four diMlroyme to Kamchatka for tin- of pn.. tcctlni; Japanese Nulling enterprises tlmri'. It Is said thin action was taken following reports that the Kixterii republic had ceded pan irf the pentn-ld lu'crs at Toyko, (hit Jipun wovld oliIldE'.d to adopt whatever action bo to prvaerrs rights In Kamchatka, PRES. WILSON'S CONDITION WASHINGTON, Mar. 28.- President Wlltuu was ilumTlhod to- lay by hi, physician, Hear being given to the boxing and wrest- ling. Now tho former carnival is over special attention will be given to tin: preparations for the big wrestling tour- j on April Stii. bor of entries have Two groups of boys went out for n paper chase on Good Friday .ind had a good time down tlie coulee. In the Bowling League the 1. H. C'. [team still n'limln.s at tho head with! I nluo points, whilii the High School; and Boarding Club are tin for second; place with 7 points. Martin keeps his' load in the individual average though; Wade Hidpath is doing his best toi push him out of it. John Denoon fur tile second timh won the weekly high j score, prize with a score of 232. If there are any really good checker: players iu town gel in touch with the secretary and he will arrange a match j with our champion. Already a mini-! been received block as tho banclliK front door only which augurs well fora full list on the TLi- Man partly stiflea that old familiar hymn Thn medals are expected I ITldll Little Drink Won't Turn in "t'xt ;lllcl wi" display at i .1 No Alarm." 1 see mar uy other possibilities aris- i e passing of tlie al'oremen-1 1 Armstrong and Haworth's. Complete I rules will be published early in the believes in advertising, and has his name registered. No trouble at all. But suppose the beaten path to "Art's Place" becomes too densely travelled. The police do get wise in time. Art is run out of town. The next time we pass beneath the sign we may by greeted at the door hy -.1 Chinaman who says, "If you no catchem tickee catchem washec, beat it." It's a laundry now and Chiug Ling Uio has and woolly west. The snobbery of the) only one variety of aucfs that he deals in. More confusion. Of course the act applies to farmers. "The Name Your Home" Act allows them to register their choice and a sign, on the gate Boat informs you that this farm is "Forty. "The S.K. "50 to the Acre." "Coming Through the "Tough '.'Soil Drift "Tho Saiid Lot.l' etc., etc. to grab oil the name "Home" so a lot. j of these kids never get use to calling home, HJpme. They might not j recognize the word anyway. i f can't decide whether to call my' house "The Peach Hox" or. oh, sug- gest sornethin yourself '_________ Yours ff j Wout Goes "Four Turret Castle the Reason Why HE RECOMMENDS DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS FOR KIDNEY ILLS John T. Major Suffered From Sore Back, Rheumatism and Kidney Troubles and Got No Relief Till He Used DooM's Kidney Pills. Inland. Cap la Honde, Richmond Co., Alar. V -Mr. -lolln T. Major, a well-known resident House" on G lots having "The Tar Paper Shack" on one lot as' a neigh-' bor; If anybody starts slinging on the I Dog, somebody will try to take tlie; joy out of life. Sure! We will hear' VICTORIA WINS FROM ESKIMOS Some near sighted cusses, down iu ing the Eskimos 4 to in the final their luck for 3 or-1 dry seasons miglit: game hero the Victoria .Aristocrats in disgust apply to Kdmonton and in-1 took the scries, winning out by one stal over their quarter section before' goal, the total for the'three games they leave for parts unknown such being 11 to to. The game this oftcr- siens as "The Thistle "Nuthin i noon was the hardest fought of the "Tumble Weed Forest." No; series and there was considerabl Tiooth Card proved a better man than Pills are not the remedy disordered j end to the disgust these guys had be- rough stuff. jFor the'winncrs Foyi'toii PaVC :lml weal; kidneys are calling fore the gov't. guaranteed the bonds.' and Mickey ot Seattle who reinfim-r-d Melvin Pilling. vertisement. I east and the old country is challenged to do its worst. We are passing from tho now, skipping over the settled solid yet changeable state of ultra modernism. We leap into the antiquat- ed, old fashioned and we thought ob- solete practises of veneration practis- ed by our forefathers. We name our own homes. Aim it a grand idea! How pretty, we can see where there is go- ing to be a wild scramble to register the names chosen for our domiciles. There is no thoughts of animadvers- ion in our mind, sarcasm find place here. It's too ducky and cute for words. For the small sum of pins adver- tising in the Alberta Gazette, the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies TV-ill register the name of your house and the land upon which it stands. Name, your domicile and it christened till the millennium or long- er. The act provides for penalties in caso of infringements or deception. They are going to open a register, and those coming early can head off any- body else'from choosing or adopting a name hlentical with your choice or ill anyway calculate-d to deeolve.- That's fair enough, I'll say. First come first served. Pay your money and you gets your choice. Name your home and it stands .named, for ever. -Mr. D. Morkeberg, who in in charge of this bill, will have a blinking; mon- ument some day. The man who gave an unsettled and roaming people, the first instincts of permanency. Once you ___ get your home registered, you would Jump. It's a grand idea alright, but it hate like sin to move across town "early takes my breath away when I four blocks into a house whose name j and vision what may happen. "The ____ didn't appaal to you. You cannot take -N'ewlyweds" may not give a bang who I larger and larger doses usually bo- yonr name with yon. It's got to knows it but in ten years from mv.v j come necessary to obtain eveii'tei-.i- ivith the house and lot, per register. a better di Anybody who has the comni' mercenary instinct of business Whole iis allvisirjE a" llis friends who suffer! Eight Rounds With Local Man Leading Every Round (From Our Own Correspondent' March Pi from kidney troulr.iO to use Dodd's Kid ney Pills. And Mr. Major gives his reason: "I suffered from kidney trouble for! he states. 'I also had rheu-1 matlsni in my back and down one leg.! and sometimes I could not walk. i (hits, Cardston's middleweight pugilist. DolW-s Kldnev" Pills. It is now tw i won a decision oviv Kid Hoaglin of years since I first took them and I am j I Medicine Hat last night, at the Gym. Jin the best of health to-day. 1 still j i theatre. Bight rounds wore as I keel> Kidney Pills on hand and EDMONTON. March 23.--By defeat-! scheduled, and Pilling won by points in every round, giving him a gooil margin over his opportune at the end of the fight. The main bout was pre- ceded by three 'preliminaries in which Hob wou ovlir Albert Cahoon. Dodd's Kidney I'ills are a kidney remedy. They are taken for backache, rheumatism, diabetes, dropsy Itnd uri- nary troubles because each of these diseases comes from sick kidneys. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Others who have been sued might in! Victoria, were the stars while a fit of nail their colors and ,'ct; Simpson tiio jiick of tfio to the masit, by calling their unproduc- j locals. tive premises, "The Uallif's --------------_________ "Tho Sheriffs "Chattel] Mortgage Foreclosure." They have beat it baek to the states, they don't care, but the guy who has faith in ir- rigation gets, the place. Ha Is going! to have a busy time and some pense. cancelling these distressing and untruthful signs, to, as ho reaps the benefits of hard work, and his never failing supply of moisture. He will rechristeii. the weed ranch "Alfal- fa or "Six or "The Hoi- stein Dairy." Talking about, advanced legislation, this Act to Name Your Own Home, is ;oing up the steps three or four at a. Jos. McReady signed bis first citi- zenship papers at New York with a typewriter. The court set a prece- dent by waiving the handwriting rule, as McReady is biiud. DON'T USE DRUGS FOR CONSTIPATION BATHE ONE NATURAL WAY OF RIDDING SYSTEM OF POISON Chronic constipation is never cured permanently by the use of medicines, AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN (LETHB.RIDGE) AT ONE O'CLOCK FOLLOWING; '55 head of mares and geldings, 1 to 7 years old, l.'J.QO to 1500 each, broke to work, good horses; alsn two sulky picnvs; harness, (''our good cows. -Everything will be sold. TERMS CASH. S. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ster. a better description on tlie front porch the ronsaqusnce being lercia! might read "We Are Seven." "The 1 a weakening of the svstem. adver- j Dovecot" may In a few years he liat-j Nature's own cure, just sterilljsi! bouse. I temples. j Hundreds of Canadians every month For instance "Fat's Bum Coffee.! imagination of the complexities that! are discontinuing the practice of House" is absoolootely barred. "D" might follow this rage fofr naming' drug-taking for constipation A tew can't call his home the "D" residence. own home is only limited by the i minutes' reflection shows them tin- No one bursting with joy over their j allowed us. I tho cause of their fine lawn and classy hungalow could I ailment, namely, Hogging of tlie lower register it as "Alberta's Pride." You has been well and truly s.ald that: bowel, can be reached and corrected the idea, I see exactly. no legislation ever became law with-] only by means of the internal hath You must use, f presume, some dig- nllt agitation, necessity or demand.! T. Tiabiu Ottawa writes- "I b-ive nitled classical or descriptive name can realize that any large body of i used the .1 11 L Cascade two ve'irs show nros.-latorshln to your shack and j influential citizens journeyed to Ed-j U has made a new man of mon Iu Iot- -i for Purpose of lobbying on I reality I feel that I wotild not sell it Imagine the Smith's, the Jones' and act, Bill No. 38 of 1921 to provide for all the monav in this world if I the White's on the mad gallop to Ule Hegistration of Names of; could not buy The J. B. L. Cascade will be shown ister their names first, copyright then- Homes, house for all time under the stylo and title, "The Smith "The Joniss" or "The White House." It's going to hi and confusing if, for instance, Mr. Jones beats all others ot that name and becomes solely entitled to call liis house "The Jones." "Plien when big family outgrows that shack he wants to sell to Mr. Green. Natur- ally Mr. Green will -want to live in "Tlie Green yet without much -otter writing and advertising he will have to live in "The Jones" house until he can sell to somebody who likes Uiat name, or who fits the de- scription. Then Mr. White living in "The White House" decides to repaint his domicile and when the job is complete ,jt is a drab brown with slate trim- mings IHI comes home and sees his iliame plate or sign swinging over the verandah step. "The Wiiite. House." Tie is I say sooner or later going to ASPS that -is something rotten wrong some where. Tho policeman (may bo accused of inebriety if he di-j ivccls stranger looking for "the I to "that house from j 'the comer painted brown." f There is no end to the mix ujis that 'may occur. Somebody building a home linay have orderel lilac bushes for his; :bedge and having planted what llio, nursery man semis him in blithesome '.ignorance, rushes a. letter off to Ed-1 'minion claiming "The Lilacs" for his title. Thou, as it so often happens hoi been double crossed by the shrub J .merchant. His lilacs turn out to be Canigana or Laurel Curses, joy at all? Up comes the hedge or; away he moves. j "The Maples" die out in a few years mnd lot shows nothing but Kims or Ash. More sorrow. j Of course for a while this idea might work out alright. Take for in- stance, innocent and all as we are, we There is a sinister motive- some- where. The only one we-can think of, deuced awkward I aml of course it is so preposterous tn unthinkable is that the gov't is going to take over control of the Hfruor traffic, and this Act is passed and explained to you by tha Red Cross Drug ft1 Book Co.. druggists, Letli- hridge, who will also give you frep, on request, an interesting booklet by Dr. diaries A. Tyrrell on "Why -Man of To-Day is Only BO Ver Cent. iCffictent." i AUCTION SALE STOCK UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM GEO. W. ANDERSON, THS UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOR SALE EY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 39TH the. following: 1 team Bay field ings, 7 and S years I Bay Gelding, 7 years, MOO Ibs.: 1 lilack 1] years Ills.; 1 Bay 7 years, 1200 Ibs.: 1 Bay Oelrflllg, 7 vears 11.10 Ibs.; 1 Hay fielding, ,7 years, 1050 Ibs.; 1 7 wars 1150 Ibs.; 1 Buckskin Mare, 7 years. 1200 Ibs.; 1 Buckskin coming :i years, 100U Ibs.; 1 Bay Filly, coming 2 years 1 Sorrel' Filly, IS months; 2 rfcy.'Oeldines. coming 4 years- l liav Mam 7 years, 1200 Ibs.; 1 Black Oelding, coming 4 years: I Sorrel Mm-.'' 7 years. 1200 Ibs.; 1 Sorrel Mare, 11 years.-loso Ibs 1 Dla-I; Saddle Horse, 10 years, 1050 Ills.; I Registered Clydu Stallion. 7 yearn. Ibs. (papers produced on day of 2 Wagons; 2 Light Wagons; 1 Top Buggy, new; 1 Double Disc Van lirunt Drill, 10-spout; 1 set Iron Harrows, 20 ft.; 1 IC-ft Packer- J McCormick Binder, S ft. cut; 1 Deering Binder. S ft. cut; (i Work Harness; 1 set Iwuhle Driving Harness; 1 Triple Bed (Inin Tank; 4 Bundle Hacks; 1 IVih.p. Gas Engine; 2 Flax Attachments, McCormick Binder, new; 1 Light Saddle; ,'i Disc Harrows ont- throw, S ft.; 3 Harrows, Inthrow, s Doubletrees and Neck- yokea; and many other articles too numerous to mention All the above named stock and implements are free from any encumbrance. TERMS CASH. SALE COMMENCES AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. DR. J. E. DAVIS, Clerk. COL, PORTEOUS Sells It. AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUC- TION ON THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SEC. 4, TWP. 1, RGE. K. ,1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF RICHFIELD SCHOOL, 10 MILES EAST OF TAYLORVIILE, ON TUESDAY, APRIL STH AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 3 sorrel, mare, 6 years, weight 1 grey mare, li years, weight bay gelding, S years, weight 1500; 1 hay gelding, S years, .woiehi 1500; 1 bay gelding, S years, weight 1500; 1 bay gelding. 7 yeurfi, weight 1400; 1 bay marc, fi years, 1100: 1 bay mare. B years, weight 1250: 1 black mare, 5 years, weight 1100; 1 bay mare, 3 years, weight 900; 1 bay gelding, yeirs, weight 1100; 1 sorrel gelding. ,1 years, weight 1100; 1 bay mare, years, weight UOO; 1 black mare, 2 years; 1 bay horse, 2 yoars; 2 choice dairy cows, a years; 1 steer. 2 years; 1 steer calf; 1 lumber wagon, Daering make. il.-Cormick box; 1 Studebaker wagon: 1 hay rack: 1 Deering mower; 1 Deering rake; 1 disc harrow: 1 double team sleigh; 1 feed grinder; 1 blacksmith out- fit; 1 siit of carpenter's tools; i two-bottom sulky gang plow; 1 hay sweep: 1 drag; a number of horse eveners. FREE LUNCH. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer P. A. TAYLOR, Owner. AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SEC. 1, TWP. 7, RGE. IS, 6 MILES SOUTH- EAST OF WRENTHAM ON THURSDAY, MARCH 31ST AT O'CLOCK: SHARP. Cj-oy Horse.'7 years, Ibfl.: 1 Crey Horse, S years, 1300 Ibs.; I. Bay Mare, S years, 1200 Ibs.; 1 Urowu Mare, years, 12W) Ibs.; 1 Hay Horse. 5 years, 1200 Ibs.: 1 Sorrel Horse 10 years. Ibs.; 1 Sorrel Horse, 7 years, 1200 Ibs. Milch Cows, due, lo lie fresh at lime of sale. 1 Steer. 1 year old.- Chickens. 1 Lumber Wagon and Hay Rack; 1 heavv dumber Wagon Tank, 125 bushel; 1 18-harrel Water Tank; i set of Heavy Team Sleighs: I 10x20 Titan Engine; I set U bottom Kngine Plow's. Itock Island make; I Emerson Clang Plow; 1 Sulky Plow; 1 McCormick Hinder; 1 McCormick Seeder; 1. Double Disc; ;i setn of Double Team Harness; 200 bushels of Oats; Forks, Shovels, Chains: numciuiio other articles. 1 Phonograph. Also Household Effects. Terms of 2B% ca.iii, Die balance payable 1st -with approved joint notes at 8% of? for cash on the credit amounts. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer J. A. VANOVER, Owner. OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS AT GEO. W. MURRAY'S FARM (OWNER) EAST y3 SEC. 2, r. 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 iNo. 179071, foaled May sth, sire, General Hood; Ham, Lady Wallace. 1 team Grey Mares, 7 and 8 years, in foal; I team Bay Geldings. -I and 5 years; 1 team Hay S ami 10 years. 1 ill foal; 1 mack Mare. 7 years, iu foal: 1 Black ridding, years; 1 Hay .Mare. S ycafi I Grey Marc, 0 years, in foal; 1 saddle Pony: 1 Grey Gelding, rising 3 years: 5 Colts, rising 2 years; 5 choice Dairy Cows: X head Cattle, 2-year-old Steers and Heifers: 1 Yearling Heifer: 40 Chickens. John Deere Gang Plow, stubble and hrealrer bottoms: 1 John Deere Stag Breaking Plow: 1 John Deere Combina- tion Walking Plov.; 1 Disc Harrow; 1 Drat' Harrow: 3 Deering Mowers; I MrCormick Rake; I Dwing Stacker: 2 Sweep Rakes- 1 Van Brunt Press Drill: I Kentucky Press Drill; 1 McCormick Binder S ft.; 1 Massey-Harrls Binder, G ft.: 1 set light Bob Sleighs; I. A Ditcher; 1 heavy Wagon and Rack: 1 Double Box; 1 light Wagon and Hack: 1 Panning Mill; 1 Grindstone: sets Double Work Har- ness; several Collars, Forks, etc.: 2 Heating Stoves' I Barrel Churn: 1 Folding lied and Mattress; 1 Bed ami Spring. TERMS CASH. AUCTION SALE Having received iustrucliuns I will sell hy public auction OIL f Implements and Equipment received iustrucliuns from Messrs. M'bttfi and hy public auction OIL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30TH, 1921 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK At the Farm on Section 32-7-19-W4, Being 1 Mile North and 4 Miles East of Wilson Siding. 2 I. II. C. Tandem Discs, 10 fl.; -1 Van Brunt Press Drills. 10 ft. I Kentucky Press Drill. 10 ft.: 12 suctions ot Iron Drag Har- rows I -I sections iiea I: 15 sections Spring Tooth Harrows (7 sections 1 Kub-Surfaco Packer, 10 ft.; 1. John Deere AVagon, with new ISO-bus. Grain Tank; I Wagon dear. ;l'i. John Deere; 1 "Hamil- ton Gear, I Wagon Gear, IHi: 2 Kay Racks; 1 Deering Slower, fi ft.: 1 Hay Tlake; 7 MnCormick Binders, fl ft.: 4 Tractor Binder t-liti-hos; 1 llcljormick Reaper; 1 Chatham Fanning Mill; 1 Riudeliaknr Coupe, new cord tires, excellent condition; Forge. Anvil, Bundle Forks, Chains, Tools, and many other articles too numerous to mention. 112 Ii.p. Reeves .Steam Engine; 42-fil A very Separator. II ft. Gar- den City Feeder: S-bottom John Deere .Engine. Gang, breaker and stnbblo bottoms: Cook Car and Trucks, full equipment of cooking utensils; flunk Car and Trucks. i Terms: Amounts under 53 B. cash: all over one-third cash and balance on approved joint lion note maturing November 1st, Interest at 5% discount on credit amounts for cash. WHITE 4 SOLBERG, Owners. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS Having received instructions from Mr. R. R. Lea. I will sell by miblie auction, and without reserve, at his farm. The Northwest Quarter of Section 33-8-20-W4, seven miles due east 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 S fresh -Milk Co-ws. Holstein grade; 7 Cowfl, fresh in two months, Ifolsteiu grade: 11 head Yearlings and two-year-old Heifers, Holsteiu erade: head Cows and Heifers, Aberdeen Angus grade: 10 head Yearling Ilciiors and SteerR, beet grade; 10 Steers, two years, beef 30 HEAD OF HORSES 1 loam Ala res, 10 years, weight 2SOO: 1 team Mares. 1 and 10 years, weight 2700. in foal; L team Mares, 7 and 9 years, weight SHOO, in foal: 1 team .Mares, S years, weight 2800. in foal; 1 team Mare-; fi and 7 years, weight 2-300, in foal; 1 team Mares, 7 years weight in foai: 1 team Mares, r, years, weight 2600; 1 team Mares. S years, weight 2500; I team Geldings, (1 years, weight 2500; 1 team (killings, S years, weight 2500; 1 Marc, 7 years, weight 1200, iu foal; 1 Marc, ij years, .weight 1200, in foal; a Saddle Horses: 8 Colts, coin- ing years. 5 sets Heavy Work Harness; 1 set Harness. 1. Vail Drunt Double Disc Drill, with Grass Seeder; 1 Deering fiindor, S ft.; 1 Emerson Gang Plow, 14 in.; 1 Oliver Gang Plow, M iu.; 1 Case Gang Plow, M in.; 1 Emerson Sulky Plow. 14 in.: 1 Potato Planter, "Iron 1 Potato Digger; 1 Potato Sorter; 1 Potato Sprinkler, -I row; 1 Lever Harrow, 4-qpctlon; 1 Magnet Cream .Separator; 1 Deering Wheel Rake, 10 ft.; 1 McCormick Wheel Hake, 10 ft.; 1 Dnering Mower, 5 it.; 1 McCormick Mower, 5 ft.; 2 Wagons with good boxes. 8 stacks Alfalfa, S to 18 tons each. Terms cash. 1 TITAN TRACTOR, 10-20, in good repair. TERMS: Amounts up to J25.00, cash; over one-half caili for the balance approved joint lien note maturing October 1st, 1921, at 8% interest. C% discount ou credit amounts for cash. R. R. LEA, Owner. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer co Doivsley J.n.ml Agency, It ridge. ;