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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IDAY. APRIL 1. 1918 IHE fc*fUlinTm>K DAILY WOULD PAGR SEVEN IE WILL fl IRCHASE, ALLIES Its Aprii ...... 1.-A re|w�rl received th;v>s i)in details of the agreement sImhc ii.v ihr� Rngllnh nml Krmic'h gov "i under which the ArKentlnr anient undertake* la finance) nrcluist'g up to the value of '100,010 In gold The pun hiisers � to purchase imil expnit before ' �mher t. 191�. 2.500.000 tons of at a minimum price* of *.",.."H> utidred kilos for wheat. 12.47 h i'Ii ed kilo* for ouU ami $6 :i7 a 'Irod klloi for linseed. ' lie convention I* not it ion l nut of a; 1 � hut rather a loan contract. The Ai,;>'iitlno government does not remits-i'loii nny grain neither does It impose anv sort of obligation on holder*. ernn gov. ifii Hf '�� X- cr; A h  HIV. W. J. CONLY DEAD                Hdmonton. Mar. 2fl. - Rev. W. J. C'onlj, pMtor of Namayo church, one of tho bant known MetliodirU divines of the west, died at n local hospital thin morning, following an opera tiuti for appendicitis. Ke Was 5i; years old. H� rami* to Alberta from Quebec iU yearn agd and ha a worked In many dial riot a in northern Alberta. His *�lfe died a year ago and lili dnly son. who went oveneas oh active service, Ik now III in w4 a revenue of �707.234.'�>>''. an increase over the preceding year �r v.i:',:i.xtn;.'.*N::. Nearly all s�ources of revenue show Increases cxenpi. thine from excise which dropped ij I. XSJ mm. The chief Increase* were iHu.jiii, ono rroin excess profits and t.:�,47t;. i'iki from tha income tax. Kxprnditiires amounted to $j, Ulvisiou of the Muslim and Maine railroad early today. A fast freight crashed Into die caboose of a local freight train standing at the West Rutland station and caught the conductor and two brake-men of the Height In inch a way tlia| they were burned to death before they could be reached. 1.-tTnanlmoii* the uppolntmunt General Koch lo rfho generalissimo of the allied forces in Prance by the morning newspapers, including those which have been loudest, in their opposition to such h move. Munv col- j i limns are devoted to detnilti of the i j career of the French general "The nppolntnient." say* the Daily, , Mail. "Kf> a! li";;. and in en us that the movements | oi" Field Marshal llulg and (iennral I retain will be linked together.-' '� I The Daily Telegraph say*: "In 5 conferring this authority on the most [distinguished and Miciossful of French general* In the field, the allied government!) have conte at length to what from a purely military eland-point Is the inconlPHtahly right thing. The Hail> News dccl.ues limt I'rem I ler Uoyd fie�rj:e's stalenieni on the I apiiointment puts an end to a eontro ' �ersy uhic-h never would have been | allotavd t' i main objections to the creitMnn of a general! \'-ipoint Hie weather Is iloudy and mi i"ad> with high Westerly winds and lempc:;. tttre falling rapidly March has be.-n so n.jld lais ve.ir Hint seeding is alre.nl' uicl' r way at u number of points, fuliy ;!irli- O'" He Mutual' !ic,d the lust meeting of the season' Tuesday evenfuf. After ,-i .ixui and interesting progriim mam ranie- ( wi ve Indulged In b> both yoitnr, and old. Dainty refreshments v i-r p: Ihe Jas. Shaw half section to ' day. All churches' were decorated with Kaster floral offerings, and all were well filled with people TO FAIRLY ENFORCE THE SERVICE ACT (From the Advocate I. The depot is now wired for electricity and the new lights have replaced [lie, old oil lamps. Agent Craig haa no inforniulioa to offer as to when the! company will proceed with the ex-; tension of the freight slitd. Fire completely destroyed the house and furniture, a granary and a wagon of Mr and Mrs. H. It. Lommacaseh on their farm south of town on Friday Inst at noon. The cause of the outbreak is unknown. The committee of the local branch of the Red Cross society hud decided to make May the :Mth a lied Cross day. In common w *!i about t wenty-aeven Dominion land offices throughout Alberta-and .Saskatchewan, tl v Vulcan office has been closed, the lvartmen having and will Invite the same penalty. The general public who have already rendered valuable service in the enforcement of the legislation are invited to continue their endeavor* to the end that justice be rendered all those affected. 1. F Held. Mr*. Mitchell, mother of Mr Alex. Mitchell of Truvera (recently of Loiu-onli and of Mrs. R. R. Saunders of Lomond, died at Okoto't* early Thurs-. day morning. Mr. and Mr*. Mitchell I and Mr. and Air*. Saunders are now at jOkiokM attending the funeral. I On his arrival home last Friday from an extended business trip to cUiea in the eastern .States R. A. Ferris Rave confirmation to the current report that : Mr. Munro had lost his right arm as a result^ of a street car accident happening at Cleveland some time in February. Mr. Munro made a quick recovery from the shock of the unfortunate accident and he travelled back as far as hi* former home town, Cartwrlght, M:�n.. when Mr. Parria returned. The trustee board o� the Travers Methodist Church met last week and decided to instruct the building committee to call tor tenders at once and J proceed as soon as possible with the erection of the new church. The building will be 33x40 ft., of frame structure with basement. The foundation was laid last fall and the bulldlug should be ready for ase this spring.   * BRITISH CAtUALTIIS  C� -  ^ London , Mar. SO.-fBr^tish + casualties for the month of +    4 London , Max. no-fBr^tieh casualties for the month of March a total of 14,0*0, divided as follows. Killed or diet* of wounds-Officers 271, men ^07:i. Wounded or missing- Officers 810, men 10^11.  � HAVING PURCHASED ALL THE CLORIOQE RANCH CO. HOR8ES WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Mares All broke. That can be seen at BONNELL'S BARN, LETH-BRIOGE. We also have 40 head of good range mares. Most all in foal hut not all broken that can be sold at the right price. Also 25 Good Yearlings All halter broke and have been stabled ull winter and are in extra good condition. Would like to sell before they have to be turned out. BohmII k Lackey Livery and Feed Barn Lethbrldge AUCTION SALE PUREBRED REGISTERED 60  Clydesdales - 60 30 Clydesdale Stations and 30 Females OP ALL AQIt, WIU bc HILD OURINQ THE WIIK OP THB CALGARY SPRING HORSE SHOW. Friday, April 12th, at lO sum. -AT- MIDWAY SALES STABLES, CALGARY. P0URTH AVENUE ANO WfTH STREET EAST. This offering couiprlt>e� home of the choicest animals wo have ever offered at public auction and the whole offering In selected in such u way as to give everyone on the outlook for good Clydesdales an opportunity to buy according to their requirements. Bpectal attention is called to the large and fine selection of stallions. We feel certain that quality and prices of this new shipment will please every- bo�r. TERMS 6ASH if not otherwise arranged before commencemeal * the r*e Show Weaji. Hoi J. W. DURNO, AUetlenter P. o. box S9HV tAtettllV, ai/fA. mum' tv:t  �v>!.^h�#.. Reduced railroad fares during P. M. BRKOT a\ 00m Owner* AUCTION SALE TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 2,1918 COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. ON THE PREMISES, 508 FIFTH AVE. S. FRANK WADD1NGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE. A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: Hound solid o;ik extoniliiiK dinini; table; set solid oak dining chairs; massivi- i-ulid o;iU M'ichoard; oak tiecretaire; very fine quarter cut oak china caiiiti>>t; solid oak rocker; colid oak morris chair; lDre;e rocker upholstered in crimson leather; mission c:ik rocker; louttRe; quarter enr* old; 1 sorrel mure. ;, yean. �dd. J black geldi'igs I" years "Id: 1 black gelditv. s yeer* old; 1 black gelding. 12 v, iirs old; I gray gelding. * years �,w, 1 buy p'ldlng. 'A years old; 1 brow n hi MinR. :! yearn nld. 1 b:iy r�-s0; I Iihv horae. K) year* old, weight 1100; 1 bay horae. 8 years nld. weight 1600; 1 hay horae. :i yeara old. weight 1150; 1 roan norse, 3 years old. weight 1100; 1 aorrel gelding, 4 years old. weight 1400; 1 bay gelding, 18 years old, weight 1400; 6 or 7 other good work horses not described. CATTLE; 1 registered Shorthorn bull, ft yearn old; 1 registered hull, 4 years; 1 white race bull, nearly eligible to register; 1 good milk cow fresh, :t .vearn; 10 cows, age from !! to 7 years. ( FARM IMPLEMENTS: S good binders. 4 McMormlck and I Deering; 2 old binder*; 1 McCormlck mower and rake; 1 CockahuU cultivator; 1 14-inch John Deer gaug; 1 1C Inch John Deere sulky; 1 Hart-Parr engine 30-60; 1 Pioneer 15-30 gas angina, nearly new; 1 4-bottom LaCrosse aelf lift engine gang complete with stubble and breaker bottoms and 1 extra share tor each plow; 1 5-sectlon harrow; 1 4-xectlon harrow; 1 3-seotion harrow; l Acme harrow; & new wagons suitable for bundle rack or a handy farm wagon; 1 new iron wheel wagon; 1 John Deere manure apreader, nearly new; 2 bundle racks and wagons; 8 bundle�chs; 1 set blacksmith tools, i new ;i',4 Winona wagon with Winona.195 buahel grain tank; ;i disc harrows, 0 and 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe Dress drill; 1 democrat and 1 buggy; 4 sets of good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 1 potato cultivator; 1 Iron float. 12 feet; 4 Hanaiaan engine binder hitches; 1 scalding vat, grindstone, pitch forka and other articles too numerous to mention; 1 loOO-lb. truck scale; l Fairbanks wagon scale. 10,000 lbs., absolutely now not unpacked from factory; 3 Van Brunt double dlac press drills, nearly new, and 1 5 horse Oalloway Uas Engine and Urain Loader located at Wren Hum Station Parties interested may inspect same before day of sale. HOUSBHOLO FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new* 2 churns; ft iron bedsteads, brass trimmed, mattresses and springs; 1 sofa; 3 heating stoves; l.hlgh oven range; 1 McOlary range; 1 sideboard; 1 dresser; 1 writing desk: 1 kitchen cabinet; 'i gasoline stoves; cupboards; tables; chairs and other household tiTtleleK too numerous to mention. TERMS: All sums of S1040 and under, CASH; ever that amounts ersdlt to November 1st, 1�1S. Rut-chaser giving not* wish approved security, boarlns 8% Interest from dats. 10% discount, for cash on credit amounts- FREE LUNCH AT NOON L. I. NICHOLSON. Auettoftaer OROS., !>N�rlsjSJpV l"V m, q. ooroon, Clark m ' ' ''SB ;