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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1920 THE LETHRRIDGB DAILY HERALU PAGE.-THIRTEEN MILITARY POSTS ON GUARD IN BELFAST That is Object of Manitoba Teachers Association JKojv in Session BHANB'OX, OcL (Canadian the sales tax be -inter- preted as not applying to the Importa- tion of scientific apparatus imported for educational instruction, was the passed by the Western Manitoba Teachers' associa- tion in cbnventm hero. ;The alms and objects of'the teach eis'lfederatlon and the work pllshed were described to the conven- tion. At present the federation Is en- deavoring to find a better method for the.. teachers to present, their prob- lems, to Improve the service by the provincial body, to obtain a definite standing for the teachers and to Improve their status and salaries. j Hon. Dr. .Thornton, minister of ed- ucation, was elected honorary, presi- dent and.M. A. Shields of Vlrden, president. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C S. Bt-ASYEO RHETORIC V Trie flowery, language of many an ardent lover has been nipped-In Hip bud. A tiling pi.duly is sometimes a bore forever, The Hapsburgs still maintaiu their autocratic nature.1 Some them are working as maids. J POLITICALLY SPEAKING We'll soon be. h'ennns 'cm say, "WQ have as our guest tonight, the dis- tinsulshcO leader of. the find so 'on, ad.inDriltum. Hon. Mr. King to get in touch with irrigation'conditions. He doesn't want a.dry-subject. Military posts are placed en guard at tlio intersection ol Catholic: and Protestant districts in Belfast, Ireland. to find a strong order of-gas In the room. "Wake up, he cried to his companion, "the-gas Is "Well, you cari't blame It, can yoii2" was tho "Big Cut In That's'our main much cut. SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT A. lot of people- aro riakiug .the perils of soul-swamping on the chance of Halting a'physical gain.-. This Tvas did when tie pitched his tonard no's a good for, [making money, but It was no'plaee for! .bringing up a family. Business was good m Sodom, out everything else' was .Vance. CHINESE CONSORTIUM' SIGNED AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS INCLUDING 15 HEAD OF HORSES, 11 HEAD OF CATTLE, AND main 'objection to 'political NEW Oct, 15-i-Tbe final speeches is their length agreement between reprcjentalhos otj o I llallllilKr trrnnnc nf flrnnt Rrlfali. speec As .a rule they. are Ilka wagon: wheels, the longer bigger the tire the "spoke "the THE DEATH OprSUMMER ISummer is ilead. -She lost the Bght. Her the mellow Ulght Spread lite a fan across tho skies -her drooping eyes. The news ivas whispered in ,olees sail j Tho tree? looked as softly bade r Their leaves atremble In fear. To iriake for. gorgeous bier, HerjJainly form, unseen, on this hed ot gold and E-een, i Aud the who once in scorn had '.cr-aiilcd a dirge for the pallid child And the' hirja were seized with -'a .sudden dread, called for tho.fond- Joved dead', Cut entombed In the yester day, lleird not the fenef of thHr tejider lav v Tolced froni the heart of tho aging time, Stirred by tho urge of memories.. banking groups oi Great Franco, Jipan and. America for ex tending financial arid economic aid to China was signed todav by the.repre- sentallvcs of the various, groups here. This announcement was made by Thomas "W Lamont, of J P Morgan aadfcompany, _ Regrdate your etomach so you cftd 'ent favorite foods Tfithout of The last word in- profiteerinE would bu to charge the jury. WHAT IS NEWS? The "story: told .of Arthur Bris- bane, the famous American editorial writer, that w'hfcfi 'ho' first Job as a New .York paper the .city editor marte clear what news was. Bald "it you aro going along the street.and see a dog biting a man that's not news. -But if you BOO a man biting a news." The safe way rio -send, money by mail- fs by Dominion Express NSoney Orders. i. _ Wilts drops from Melghen, iLlttte, grains from -Perhaps you've got a head full not n thing. i.; HELP1 HELP II In spite of the advanced prices the barber wasjblue, and the razor" ho was wielding seemed to shavo his ilis- coura'gemen't. I'm jusf about decided to open a bulchershop, he said, reach- ing lor. the. powdered astringent. "And will you close this his victim.'gasped Free Prbss." It almost gives one tho blues to read ot ImJ Reds. letters are fiomotiiMS kept for aentimental" purposes. THE .1 That: oven if does beglu at a man has no right to kiss the maid. -Wrllcrs are borri, aays an exchange. So aro hod-carriers for that matter.- x Tlio fixing of sugar prices Is a sugar- coated is mighty ban! to (wallow, The IKtle Couthcrn Albettl hotel was crowded, lh.i accommodatlona poor and-thb animal Ufa plontl Two Lethbrldge travelling men .were forced to occupy the sa'me bed About midnight one of them awoke Aciiity Palpitstlcri A few of Pape's correct oqidity, thus regulating diges- tion and giving almost instant etom- nch relief Large 60" drugstores, QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD ON SATURDAY, OCT. AT GRASSY LAKE-, COMMENCING O'.CLOCK SHARP GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements and House- hold Effects rf r? HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. rIV MAR SHALL, WHO HAS SOLD HIS FARM, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AND WITHOUT RESERVE, AT THE FARM, The North West Quarter of Section being a half-mile east of the White School and 6 miles south east of Lethbridge ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER COMMENCING" AT -1 O'CLOCK 1 Team Black "Mares, 5 jears, weight 3000' 1 leam Black Mares, 10 years, weight .2800; 1 Mare, 4, years, weight 1400; 1 Gelding, 11 1250; 1 Binder, 6 ft.; 1 Double Disc; 1.- Set Wooden Harrow's; 1 McCormick Mower; 1. Wheel llake; 1 John Deer, Walking Plow; 1 Emerson Sulky 14-inch; 2 Heavy Wagons, wide; r Hay. 1 Seeder 22; 5 Sets Heavy Double Harness; G '.Heifers in 2 iljlh COWB, 4 and' 5 years; 1 Pig; 40 Pure Ilrcd Silver Wyandotte Chickens; Solid Oak Library Table; Solid Oak Arm Chair; iFoldinfr Bed Couch; Small'Work sCasc, oak; Combination Desk and Uook Case, oak; Plate Glass Jllrror; Mission Oak Dining Itocfrri Set, consisting of Buffet, Round Extension Table with 4 extra leaves; 6 Chairs, upholstered in lea- ther; Iron Beds, Mattresses, Child's com- plete, equipment o( kitchen utensils; 1 Cream Separator; ,1 Daisy Churn; 1 Crock Churn; Brussels Carpet; 3 small Rugs; 2 Heating Stores; Oil Stove, 2 burner .with oven; anil many small articles too numerous to mention.'- TERMS CASH D..L, MARSHALL, Owner.- PETER LAVALLEY, Auctiitieer. Care of iDpwsley Land Ageiicy, Ltthbridgt. ALBERTA 5 per Cent. Deniand Savings i 'ALBERTA 6 per cent. Gold Bonds BOLSHEVIK ON DOORKEYS SCHOOL TRUSTEES FOR SCRAPPING OF TITLE "SCRIBBLER" ON BOOKS Not Whiat You EARN But What YouJSAVE! -If Remember it.is.not what yoA earn butwhat you save that (listinguiihes you from the j y fi You; may'require a iitt'16 capital to purchase a biisiness, a farm, or a home of your '.'own; or .you rjiay -wish to give your children a fair start in life..' fl It is remarkably how quickly your savings'accumulate when wisely, invented. 5 per cent. Savings Certificates are issued in denominations of S25 and and are payable on demand.' fl Gold Bonds are issued, in (ienominatjons of and and bear interest at-the rate .of 6'per eentTper annum, payable and 1st November.; 1! Hei'e you have all .the essentials of the highest class of unim- peachable interest payment of interest. These Bonds may also be purchased through any recognized bank, bond house or fnsurande agency In the Province of Alberta. 'ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO DEPUTY PROVINCIAL TREASURER, LONDON, Sept. Door ieyi are wnsldVred uarieces- sary iri'tho Bolshevik scheme of life in JluEsla.' Only Privileged Krejpns are supposed to- POBSOBS them. The Associated Press corres- pondent, .who recently crossed Russia, asked a door key in one of the nationalized tbtels.at Omsk he was informed liy the' hotel formerly tho owne'r, Ihy undarthe red regime doors are not supposed to 6 boiled. An appeal to the Omsk Bolshevik ommaridant resulted American orrespondent phtair.lng an official .ocumcril granting-him a key arid the. >rlvilege or locking tho door ot- his corn.: >IONTHEAL. Oct. resolution irolefitJng against the acllon of 3oard of Commerce for Interfering, in he sugar'Situation, was carried at a meeting of the Montreal Trades and Labor, Council, held Jast nlghL MONTREAL LABOR PROTESTS" SUGAR JUGGLING w. y. HON. C, R. MITCHELL, Deputy Provincial Treajurer, Provincial Treasurer, t. Parliarnehl Bulldlnqs, Edmonton, _____: HORSES! CATTLE! SHEEP! MAMMOTH AOT SALES At 'Alberta- Stock Yafds, CalT gary, Alberta TUESDAY, OCT. 26TH 1920 At twelve'o'clock Sharp Favored with Instructions from MR. W. D. McLENNAN, Alrdrle, we will sell without re- serve the, undermentioned COMPRISING: 225 Choice Year- lings'of Clyde, Percheron and. Belgian breeding; 350.Choice Mares and Geldings, from four to seven years old, jvelghlng from'j300 to .1600 Ibs. each, a larQe number of which are broke to h_arness; the .balance are guaranteed gentle and well hal- ter broke; 12 Registered Clyde Mares and Fillies, including Al- berta Futurity winners of 1919; 1 Registered Clyde Colt, rising two, EXTRA GOOD; 30 Regls- .tejred Shetland Ponies (all im- ported or from Imported Mares, Geldings and Stallions. NELSON', Ocl. power oi uggestion In Ihe word "scribbler" la recognized by the trustees convention, t has a physchological force in en- couraglug scribbling'. The executive committee will ask publishers ot school books io eliminate the 'lille ind describe all as eierclse loots. An amendment to tc-uool law will be soujlit to allow for the establish- ment of junior high school, prybably Ukihg the- entrance year.fram Itc school, and first year from ilgh school for this intermediate KILLED WHEN PLANE FELL CHICAGO, Oct. leu cf Dallas, Texas, air pilot ot the Chlcago-Ouiaha servlce.'jwas cii when his plane fell today Dear Batuyla, Ills. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27TH, 1920 At Twelve o'Clotk Sharp 1500 Choice Cross-bred BREEDING EWES 750 Head Well Bred Ewes and Wether 'Lambs Ten Dogs Well Bred Scotch Beardy Sheep. Dogs, mostly well hroke. 400 Choice ANGUS HEREFORD CATTLE If ,want a carload of choice Show Steers, don't miss1 these. When you see them you. will buy NOTE have no hesita- tion In stating that, the above Stock will constitute une of iho biggest and bost collections ever put under tho hammer in Calgary. We.hayo been EeP.teg.Mr. Me- Lennan's Horses for a number of years and they of the blocky tyim with lots- of ii'pne and smoothness, com- bined with .weight. Tha. Regis- tered- Mares, Fillies and Colts aro'the kind ono goes to Scot- land to buy, and by securing one or more ot them, one Is laying the foundation for a great Clydesdale Stud: Wrth the ex-: copllo'll of two carljads (which are 'of Percherou and Belgian breeding) the above Horses are all Clyde hreil, being'from some pt the very best sons of such 'noted Horses :as "Barou of "Everlasting Apuk- "Marcol- etc., tho Mares are all bred to extra good Stal- lions, r Tho SHBTLANDS are, wilK- out a doubt, iho best bred hnnch on the American continent, hav- ing been imported from Scot- land, or are from Imported stock. The Slrb of most of these Is In- cluded In the Salci and as a two- ycar-otd was sbcoml at Ko'ya! English Horsa'Show and first at the Highland Show. It.Is honed that farmers will lake this opportunity of getllug some really good Horses as Mr. is'to insist on hta Horses being sold In lota of ten or over, to suit nil purcnasers, with aljout sixty head to bo sold in tcama. Tho Catljo and Bhoep 'will also please tlw best critic. Itnt' lack of space will not allow us lo enumerate1 on these. Everything .must ho sold to the highest bidder owing to (he death df Mr. Mci.cnnan's part- nor, Mr. John C. Robertson of Scotland. Shipping will be attended to on all three rallna'di: C. P. R.. C, N. R. and 0. T. P. TERMS RgSERVE For' furlHer particulars, ap- ply A. LAYZELL COMPANY, LTD. Phones: E6107; E5499; E5203. Auctioneers: A. Layiell, J. W. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements and Household Goods WILL BE OFFERED' FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF JOSEPH RJSHEL, N.E..J4.OF SEC. 18-6-8.W4, -2y.MILES DUE EAST OF ETZIKOM i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 COMMENCING 1 O'CLOCK SHARP High Grade Percheroni Gray Percheron Etud, 13 years old, -weight Ibs., wall broken; gray years old, Ibs.j gray mare, S years old, i.SQO Ibs.; team' gray mares, 5 years, Ibs.; .team brown geld- ings, rising 4 years, 1.500 Ibs.; gray mare, 5 years old, Ibs.; gray gelding, 5'years old, Ibs.; gray mare, 8 years old, Ibs.; brown mart, 8 years old, Ibs.; gray gelding, rising 4 years, black gelding, rising 3 years, Ibs.; 8 brown flllles, rising Ibs.; tvra 2-yearolds; i colt. :One cow, 6 years old; .1 heifer, 2 years o.ld; Deerlng binder; McCormlck mower; Deerlng' hay rake; John Deere gang plow; sulky plow; heavy anvil, vlas, hand-blower with nest, post drill and an abundance of hand and carpenter 1 steel drag, new wooden drag; 11-foot.grain: drill; 2% h.p. Hart-Shipley. Muir gas-engine; cream-separator; Old Hickory galvanized steel'tank; washing machine, nearly new; "Home Com- fort" stove; d'puble'dlsc; 4 sets heavy harness, nearly new; 2 sets breeching harness; 1 set plow harness; 2 wool mat- l-'pstenrioor mattress, new; 3 new, Kant-Sag bed springs: 3 iron.bedsteads; cupboard, 2 dressers, extension table, and other, articles too; numerous to mention. .25'per cent.: cash, balance .12 credit on up- proved Joint notes or bankable paper with 8 per cent on all credit amounts, or S per.cent, off for cash on all credit amounts. No reserve. Free lunch ft noon, C.G.DENTON, Proprietor. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THE-UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE LETHBRIDGE FARMERS' FEED BARN. 3RD STREET ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 1STH AT ONE. O'CLOCK FOLLOWING COWS 15Nhigh grade milk cows, 1 to S years old. 4 HORSES J matched team o{ black geldings, 6 and 7 years pounds; one matched hay team .of geldings, S and 7 years old, weight. pounds; one hay rnare, 8 years old, weight pounds; Ons pure bred Clyde, years old, weight pounds; one ba'y gelding, 3 years pounds; 9 years old, pounds; two lumber wagons, complete; one running gear wagon; four eels' of team, harness; one double dlic harrow; one.- tbrce-hollom'LacrosBo engine, plow; ono'four-section harrow; ono- post hole ono sulky plow, tvro-bottom; one single huggy. Everything to be sold as the owner is giving up farming. TERMS CASH j. AucBoneer L SHERIFF'S SALE PROVINCE OF WIT: By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the Supreme Court of Aiborta at tho suit of CAMPBELL, WILSON HORNE, LIMITED, Plaintiff AND HENRY SHIELS, doing business as the NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY and the NORTH LETH- BRIDGE BAKERY and HENkY SHIELS, Defendant' and to mo directed against the Goods and Chattels of HENRY SHIELS and the NORTH LETHBRIDGE' BAKERY I have seized and taken Into Execution the following Goods and Chattels, namely! Complete. Confectionery and Bakery Business Locat- ed at 404 Thirteenth St. North, Lethbridge all equipment and sfock for Bakery; also complete equipment fcr Confectionery Business, including SODA FOUNTAIN, CASH REGISTER, STOCK, FITTING.S, FIXTURES, etc. Stock Sheets may.be seen at the office of the undersigned In the Court House, Lelhbridge, Sale to be made en.bioc, at a percentage on Ihe dollar, and settle- ment to be made from the Slock Sheets as presented. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON TUESDAY THE 19th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1920 AT 404 THIRTEENTH ST. NORTH, LETHBRIDGE At the Hour of 2.30 in the Afternoon Sheriff's Office, Ocl. SIN, 1920.' MALCOLM VOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District of Lethbridge, ;