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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THETirri|Qftn>GE DAtt.v'liBilALI>^r Arbor Day Passed Quietly-G. P. R. Places Another Car-Re- \ pairer at Busy Coal Centre (Prom Ouv Own Correapovvdunt) TABER, May 4.-Oar repairers who Iiave Tjene engaged in the Taber yards vt&tB Wian on account of. the larre number of 'boxcars either in ithe T�ber ya They had a line on some cheaper stuff, which some of them got, to their* sorrow, and most of them never got. However 1 had about 3,000 tons on hand, 'bought and �paid for, mostly with the bank's money. Wh'at was 1 going to do -with it? 1 filled the warehouse and what the warehouse would not hold T stacked up in piles wherever it was baled. I ^^TOteand phoned and wired to farmers and ranchers, even retail dealers all over the country, but ahwiys the same answer, "we have lot^ of '.feed to do us and we have good feed coming" (most of it is slill coming.) The only thing I could do -was to keep it, hut frhO wtis going to stand for the extra expenses. Did our venerable scribe? not toy a jugg full. I>id the farmers I bought the hay from give m� back the money to save expenses? NO, -we do not grow fanners like that. "Who paid those extra expenses? myself, at the time, hut I was not going to stand for them unless T had to. The hay \ general superiatandent. In 1904 he accepted an appointment as general manager ot the West Canadian Col-lieries at Frank, where he' remained until 1908, whe� ho resigned to accept his present position aa general manager of the liiternafional Coal' and Coke Company, - Limited's mines and works at Coleman.'' "Mr. Whiteside is a charter member of the Institute and has �.l-ways'"taken the keenest interest-In its affairs. 'Hei has been a member of the Council for the terms -1910,"1913r 1914 and 1916,, and has been closely conneicted with ithe activities of the Rocky Mountain branch; of -which he was One of the original OrgaaizWs.' He wiaff algo bnei of the organizers of. the Western,Coal Operatora As8ocia:tion whicU was formed about fourteen years ajo, and was elected president or the aasoc'.a-�tion tWs year." to'��;b6' ^^ter rye at dU. : WOWtipD SElIt' GERMAN SHIPS) ? 1H0et-\veen strikers and gendarmes in the centre of the city yesterday. A mob had gathered in the business'sec tion and -was breaking shoii windows when the police iriteriered. Order has been re-eslahllsbed. Saskatchewan Farmers Are Specializing in Fodder Crops �r'- \ -^--llhfe-i^ai*-, . REGINA, Sask., iMay;4.-r-Tbe outstanding feature of the crop report is.sued by the prpTincial department of agriculture tqdajy is the i intr;ease in, acreage that will 'be sown'to oats'iind fodder- crop's' this spring, ' This 'Increase runs all the -way from "oohi" siderable," as.reported from' a gepeiral surveyW)f the district to 25 per,cent at Star .City. -Several districits report' a 10 per cent, increase in the ainoun-t of fodder crops to he put in this year. Generally throughout the provjnqe seeding will'be in full swing by the end, of this,week. It sitarted ju several districts as early as April 27th HBd many' districts report it already' general. At other points �snow is -still on the ground, especially In th6 FOSTER KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT JAPANESE OCCUPATION OTTAWA. May 4.-(By Canadian Press)-Replying to S. W. .lacobs, .Montreal, in the commons this afternoon, Sir George Foster said that the gQVc.rijment had received no official iiuimatiou tha/t the Japane'se government has occupied the Russian port of Vladivostock. 1---' -I thetreatmentof diseases of the Brain and Nervous System - and because it contains no alcohol, opiate or other habit-forming drugs. If you suffer from Nervous Disorders of any kind, don't let another day pass without getting a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine. The relief that it v/JU give you is' sure and definite, as hundreds and hundreds of people have testified. Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine today' PETER TRIVOULIDAS Winnei' oi' tUo twenl.v-i'mirtli aiiiuial Boston .^liirntlioii llac-. .April 1',). If TriVGUliiias can got liis iialuriiliy.-it.ioii laper.M lif wVil reijri'.sciil the 1'. S. in the .\iVWfi-i) .M:i!-;il litin. II i;(,t. he will rcxirt'Kciit Cii-Cfc'.', hii nulivu cuumi-y. HAY! HAY! For Immediaie Shipment Car Load Lbls, or Less. 75 CARS OF CHOICE ALFALFA. 50 CARS No. 1 TIMOTHY AND TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIX ED, AND ALFALFA MEAL AT REASONABLE PRICES: How Much You \ : . Can Get For.Your ;u( ' PELTS and FURS UNTIL YOU GET OUR OFFER dealers m hi0e8, PELTS MtO FURS i�HOC'e 442 address: 320 6th ST. 8. P.O. BOX 5 About 40. Cars Rolling Now 2,000 LBS. GOVERNMENT TESTED ALFALFA SEED FOR SALE. J.B. JPHON2fR-217, OR WRITE Hitip|i^|Ei|5 -^R^^ . WOOL AJc YOtlilit RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR YOUR GOODS BY SHIPPING TO A RELIABLE >FIRM;^J<:.^ �,';.-:, ;^'  fTHfe Largest jdealers in the west . A. ICARRUTHERS Co. ttd, p.o. box 37 lethbridge, alta. phone 6�6 1251 second ave. 8. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT' 4 Hi WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF READY FOR SHIPMENT : wire us for prices, it will pay you. we are government licensed and. bonded. THE MITCHELL HAY & GRAIN COMPANY MEMBl^RS winnipeg grain exchange 156 grain exchange winnipeg, canada ON SALE of Irrigable Land Near the Town of Taber I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED to 8ellby auction THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED IRRIGABLE LAND That porlEon of the S. E. 1/4 of Seel. 4-10-16-W4th Mer., lying to the south of the Canadian Pacific Railway consisting of 78 and 2-10 acres. This is %my\ H.?riciiltnral land with -n-ater riglils under the Tabor IrriKatJoU District niid ia on the main T.oad halt mile e,aat o� Talier anii one mile from elfiviilors and business part of to.wn. - Terms of Sale-One-third caali, one-third in one year and palanue in two years at .seven per cent, interest.  I WILL ALSO OFFER FOR SALE AT THE SAME TIME ,0!^"E THREE-ROOMED HOUSE Sitiuited near tlic nJjove land which would be suitable to move and fix up foT a dwelling house. Sa!e Will Be Held at Tainter & Porteoui Sale Barn, Taber, at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 8th, 1920. W. A. PORTEOUS - AUCTIONEER ;