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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VEMBER THE LKTHBR1DGK UAUiY PAGE THRKS Have you sometog REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box 33, 46, 138, 144, 145, 150. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Endeavor to Obtain the Support of the British Prem- ier For Their Contention: OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian 'efforts arc under way In V'ngland to have embargo on Canadian store cattle removed, accord- ing1 to a statement issued by the liver stock branch of the agricultural de- partment. At the annual meeting of the National Federation ot Meat Trad- ers' Association, held nt Blackpool re- says .the statement, a resolu tio.ii inrqteslfitg .against-the contmua tlon.bf llie embargo was passed on lie ground that it wns "against ihf Interests of the- home consumer who increasing demand for fresh meat; is unjust to .Iho ot cattle !n Canada, and. .is .producing a small class fit breeders in those islands to the detriment of the' general welfare of 'the peoples of the dominions and home industries." The opinion of.the meeting at-which fortj-'thousand .master butchers of Knglntid' and Wales were represented, iva's'that an effort should be made to necure the support of the British prem- ier.'in and; copies, of the resolution -were; laccdrdfagly'..sent to ;is well as, to the minister of UKri.culture.foF; Great Britain. Copies were'alto forwarded to the niissioner for Canada and the minister of agriculture .for Canada., lOpen Up Trade With Far East MONTREAL, fact that two vessels have recently'left Mon- treal for India and the Far East, re presenting two new. lines to ouch ports'and still duo to leave, at a.later date, is an. indication of in which the port of Mon- treal is linking up with new ports ev ery season. J The arrangement .which'important BrllUh shipping companies have con- cluded with ,the Canadian Govern- ment "Merchant Marine respecting the Far East 'service is here as a measure of "protection designed, to prepare for possibility'of the United States, adopting .the discriminating tariff and rail rates provided lor ia the Jones Act. BANK CLERK. IS ,v r HONORABLY DISCHARGED TORONTO. Nov. Flem- bank accountantC-who was arrest- ed ia this city Wednesday on a charge of. stealing from tho Royal Ontario, was ac- quitted yesterday a' stain ipon his character.' TRY A HERALD words to a Minimum, Z5 cents. Six for BIG 'SLUMP IN PULPWOOD PRICES Nov. o.-7rQnerof the largest dealers; in pulpwood oper- atliiE In-the the a big alump.'la wood pulp prices' may be ex- "pectcd.inVnotlier season. On account ot the'string encyjn' the mqrifey mar- ket anil the''unc.ertainly, of prices for 1022 delivery, he predicted that opera- tions next year-would be greatly cur tiiilpd'ji.New Brunswick. TORONTO" MILLIONAIRE GOES TO PENITENTIARY CLEVELAND, Nov.': Jlycrs, millionaire manufacturer ot Toronto, left here Ifele today for At iatitn to serve a fivc-yefir term in the .He was convicted-two years ago umirr the Mann act-but de Inybd Iinprlsonmont by appeals. Says Price Rise Coming Without Farmers' Strike ;J. S. Howard, head ot the American Kami Bureau Federation, an organi- zation representing farm- ers throughout .-tlio -United States, the Rhortate of wheat crop anil increased exports factors that w.ill force an advance in prices regardless of tha success or failure of the first "wheat strike1' itt tho his lory ot the United WAGSTAFFE'S Celebrated MINCEMEAT "The Mincemeat With A Punch" all old-time flavor, rnmto from a Formula that has been handed tfowm from to: TRY ,T. It may a, fow mcn-e but H worth H tt made from the nMMT (M1BNTAU AMD tPICCft ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AUCTIQISf SALE FARM STOCK ahd IMPLEMENTS On the S.W. Quarter of Section 12-9-20, W. 4th .One Mile East arid One Mile South of Coaldale ON MONDAY, NOVJTH COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 Grey Gelding, 7 years Ibs.; 1 Bay Gejdlne, 1400 Its.; 1 Grey (folding, .1400 llis.; 1 Bay Gelding, 1300 Ibs., 4 years; 1 Ibs., 4 years; 1 Hay Maro, 1200 Ibs., 4 years; 1 Grey. Marc, 1150' Ibs., 8 years; 1 Black Mare, 1100 8.years; 1 SorreVMarc, ilOO l'.Yearling Ooldlntr; 1 C'ow and Calf; 1 Overshot SUcker; 2 Bull Hakes; 2 Dcoring Mowers; 1 McC'ormlck: Mower; 3 Wheel HaVes; 1 Maseey-llarrls Binder, S ft.; 1 .JlcCor- rtnlck Binder, 8 (t.; I Hamilton Disc Plow, 3-boltora; 1 Great West Gang Plow, 14-in.; 1 John Deere Gang Plow, 14-ln.; 1 Bulky Plow. John Deere, 16-ln.; 3 Sets Work 1 Hnntllo Rack; 1 Wagon; Double nlsc, Ij-tt.; 1 SlnglOyDtsc. 1 Wood Harrow, 5 sections; 2 Fanning Mlllsj 2 Grind Stones; 1 Van Brunt Dontlo Visa Drill, IS; 1 Broadcast Seeder, 2 "Ford 1 titan Tractor 10-20 up to cash. Amounts over. one-half cash and the balance secured by approved maturing Oct. 10 percent, for cash on credit amounts. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer Care Dowcley Land Agency, JOSEPH KOORCHENKO, Owner. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE PUBLIC AUCTION On Mrv Huff's Ranch, Sec. 19-7-16, Four Milw North of Wrentham and Fifteen Miles i South of Taber ON THURSDAY, NOV. 11TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP, Team years old "weight 2JOO Ibs 1 Grey Mare, 10 years old, weight 1650 Ibs.; 1 Bay Gelding, 6 years old, weight: 1500 Ibs.; 1 Team Grey Mares, and :colts, A and 5 years, weight 2600 Ibs.; 4 2-year-old Mare and Coll, 3 years old, 1600 Ibs.; 3 earling Colts. lied ;Cow, 6 years old; 1 9 years Red Cow, e.years old; 1 Red Cow, Heifers, long yearlmgs 3 Fat Steers, 3 Spring Calves f Kentucky Dnll 1 Boss HarrW, Deere Double Discs, 1 P O Gang PloVSflSfieermg Binders; 2 Wagons; l.Set of Hay Slings; 1 .Case Tractor; 1 sii-bpUom O. Plow with automatievlltt; 5 Sets Double Team Harness; I DeLaval Cream Separator, nearly naw; 1 Barrel Churn; 1 Separator, 2S x 48, and belting complete. Other articles too numerous to mention TERMS PROPRIETOfc IS. GIVING. UP.-PARMING J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. W. H. CONNOR, Ownef. IN TOE SUPREME COURT Judic Dis> r ic t 'of Lethbridge J IN'THE MATTER OP "THE WIND- ING-TIP ACT.1 AND IN THE MAT- TER OF THE A. MITCHELL SERY .COMPANY; 'UMITSD.'. JUDICIAL NOTICE TO CREDITORS PURSUANT.-to. tie Or- der made herein bearing date tho 28th day ot November, 1919, the creditors of the above named company former- ly carrying on business at Coaldale, In tho Province of Alberta, and all bar- lag claims against the said company are, on the 20th day bl November, A; D.-1920, required to senc by post prspaldrto The Trusts and Guarantee .Cojnpany, Limited, llqub- dator of the said compaay at Its office at 220 West, Calgary, Al- berta, names, addresses and descrlptlpns.it ot their nature and am- ount (If, any) held by them specified Talue of BUcb security verified on oath, and lh (leal, ud Ueata. PrlTite ad noma. HI-- weet Tor U It B. yta Eurico, teideai HOSPITALS___________ MATERNITY AND NURSINO, PRI- and semi-private'rooms, ton] modern. Terms moderate. Applj Mrs: A. Woods 3S 4th Street N B, Jledlclne Hat Phone 3971 ST1H SPIR ELLA. CO RSETI ERE COURT NEWS AT VULCAN t. M. Howerlon appeared before Tns- tlce of the Peace J. A. Lindsay at the Provincial Police 'Court on Saturday) September 23rd, charged with _ as- saulting A. appeajfH that accused, had been troubled with'Todd's cattle running'over his land and'thls caused a quarrel which lead to the assault. He was fined assault. He was found, guilty, fined and costs and bound oter to keep.the'jpeace for J. P. Powers appeared at the Pro- vincial Police Court on Tuesday, Sep- tember 26th, before Justice of. the Peace J. A. Lindsay, charged with as saultlng Mr. Bowie, .of the Red Hill district: It.was claimed that Bowie had been saying something'abouE Powers: which, he resented and'while Bowje'was worS Powers went to see'blm, pulled him off the- disc and assaulted him. Ac- cused was found gnllty. sentenced to 30 days in Lethbridge jail and bound over to keep the peace for one year. A. Granlin appeared In the Provin- cial Police Court on Saturday, Octo- ber 30th, before J. A. Lindsay, J.P., charged with being drank. From the e'vliience It appeared that Graalin was found at tits.rear of the hotel the previous nfght in a helpless condition lying In He was found fined 55.00 and costs. DO YOU SQUINT? do It's a.sign that you're- eye troulle. To neglect your under such circumstancea may lead Into serious state o.t at- Tha-.best advice, we -could Blvo you is, see us. An examination will tell at once whether or not you glasses to correct any eye fault. J. M. HBNDBItSON Care of Wright's Jewelry. Store. For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1 1 2f MJIIO MI83 A1LEHN M. PlayihK: and Theory Paplls ed for'the examinations of Academy and Royal Collegs t low cost, Corns in any day and see thf "F" Rant la operation, or send rnc a port card asking for a catalogue, for ALFALFA Tlie cheapest hay for all Kinds of stock. BUY NOW Uefore storms prevent quick delivery. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Alfalfa Growers anil Shippers Coaldalo and Lethbridge L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS hevn sn SL s, Van IJirhUDg Specialty for Electrical -Wort- oa Carditon Temple. LOO PRE33INO, arid alterations wiril at prices. We Mil foi dollver goods. SM 7th St BoTrth.. Phone 1BS8. PXT-AdTTTLENX WELDINO W. N.VKUTH. Conn 10th Street CHIROPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH ana JCNB B.' SMITHS methods-are Nature's own.' Free consultation 'i and 'analysis; Hours: 10-12 bolntmeat. Boom 205, Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 'and 14411 V1AVI, I DECOHATlNa WEUJNOTOTf ton. PapirntBgen and Omeral Deeonttaf Btgn Writing drra. Tht cldert established painters la LethhrldEa 1472; otttn raoae 176J Satrloek Letb- Bridge, A. iDewratlni ud Ptperkanirrag. PSoaV 611 tih Bonth. E. U OOPELAND. B. R. KENT The Pyramid Decoratlns Co. InteV for decorntlng sno paperhaiiglng a flilty. Satlntled customer! our aim Phone 1SC3. 518 12th SL South.' INFORMATION i AND LITERATCHH regarding Vlavl Remedies, whereby sufferers become well with out operations Mrs K P Hunck, residence 627 8th St. S. Phone 1883; JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established'1305. years' experience In lor and Interior Dccoratlnj. 167 llth bt South. Estimates frw. HM. 1101 OUNSKITHS ft tsrrell ttralghtened, gym reitoek- ed, goa work by nade, locks repiil typewriters, phonofraphf. any.lltkl, BachlneiT repaired, UWB mowsrt; iharpened. D. B.' Macdonald, Agent Phona lUt- CW Street opptxlta Herald odea. WATER LOCATOR WATER cafi- water for you. I never bare failed. "Charges-reasonable. ,T. L. Davles. 1218 6th Ave. A, South.; Phone Lethbridge. PlAnti, ater and SOLD BY COALDALE MOTORS H. PROUDLEY, Prop. Association of Army and Navy Vetenuis in Canada LtthbrldOfl Unit, No. 34 Veteran desirous of Joining the above association, cai. ob- ttln Information and application forma from leereUrr, I. LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 9, Ixtth- bridge. Farmers When In need ef any TRACTOR It will to your InUf- tit