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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f I KftoAY. APRIf. 2. 1f)18 i in-; m-.i iiicuixii'. i,,!i.i J' j; Ma.- PAGF. SF.VF.N roller were 11 pleasing Innovation. Tin-1 Wndilingtoii on hentrn supplied oxiel ! lont music during liiinrmlKsions. If Ih to be hoped that those, who did nut : n".e this excellent offering will not : miss their last chance of attending; tonight. Mrs. Itil: 111 hirg' 'Mi' \ 1 ti^ Hi THt BftlGHT "POT PLAN FOR ALLIES SCIIKMK TO ' RAISK I LAX SEED 1 'i i> ,,ti 1 utii,. Illl'laV I' Til'' III. S|u' 1 >�� hefoi" Mar..' ' tra'c W himstpr f'imiiitow mi trial 1 Living Cost Investigation I'aii Wage \ irJ) I In- . trim- of tin? arrangements entered into I� > operators und minors last year, l'.V Which tllP l'lltl" "I- Wages i-l dot"!'- ' liiincl that Ik to coven for Ifi a'i official v. tin In working ill lln- i 111*! arils iivi-r twenty-four Jionrs. afti-r having ln!i>n load�(l. Htrii;:;i'iit nT.illat ions jilu also hi'inK Pnl'in id as to dPiiiiir-aRi> In riui' of cars arrivliiK will: fti'lglit. In-i!i(? left �lai"liiV(,- Tlic so! ii-itliiK of fri-U'ht hv ralways in nm 1'. S I RtrU'tly idi-l iildi-n. and mil-lions .if dollarn arc Imini; saved l-y ills ronllmiiiiK lMiinlV"ds of fivi[;h; nt;>'ii rif'R and PxiiriiKivc offirn �'::((* thrnllKliout thi> lii'ali'.'aH'd i'oninrv to tin- south or uk. atal tit' frc:sln imsi !io->s Is 1� inn dlri'rt"i| mi'i- Mm most I'i'onoiiiical and shoi-l'.,i'i's. ,'l'lic Anii'i Iran railway official is vMiinK the Coal Company offii "r and other heavy .'nippers and in-'.'-i'-'itiK 'hem jvRarrrn/f tho new n'Riilations and fenderliiK all poH-ltilo aid in order to faeillrati1 tlm rail'-vav laislinv.s iiinti't' tli*' tieu ord'T of things. New Chief nt Fcrnie I'roviiieial Chief of pniicc. V. i-lsliy. stepped out of his |);-ovlne|:il olfteial 1I0111 and took pos-o'suinn of the chief's off 1 i' in tlw city hall this niorninu Iroviaeial I'oli-i- In. peclor llow.i inc. Iat(� of Vancouver. )ias uskeii Mr Wt'lshy'r. piace at the I'rovitn ial Conn lloure and will ad as eln>f of the dis-tr'el until filial aiT.iniiements are ne ilded upon as -n a permanent micc" sor to Mr. Wejsliy. lini'iiiK his official ( arecr here as cllli-f of the Prov:!!' I'll i'o'ice. C,eot')'e V'-lBby has niai'.e many Iriends. and cstahlished a reputation for fair and impartial dealing with all pat tips, and n snecesHful career at the head uf the ci1.v forcti is predicted for him. Consiahles K.ill- in and MooIpv remain on the force and .lohn Pollanl, That the city council js fi;; 111 in>r on ! tin- lli.eiv return ta li.e pulli n force of Capi. .-skelion. turner .-lilor. vva-s s'noWn till- uiOMllliK wln.u. �l a spe ciiil ninelliiK of the c  illiic-iI in di-eiiss n:i' esilmates. n snppli'iivntary i-sti mate was liroimlit down c-illttiK ,: vliion for tun police force In addition to tiie amount a .i.ed for hy Chief Hardy Tiui siipnh ui'-ntary estmiat" ! to cover tiui salary if Chief Skelfnn for �lx :ni.uth� t 'om July Is' at J!7I. pur month and the payroll of four ad ditlonal men who v. ill he iii'>-dnd (or !li>' pollc" force if i iie two depait-mi'iils are divoioai afier aniulKaina Hon for two y>a.-� The lis- id pa l.ceilretnnn will lie imp'inHlhli' when Hie deparlmenls me liinlci- sepai.iic linadH. so the roil!!' il i-^ lountiiiK on a police deli.l !'t lliei: I of sevt-n men if the old plan is 1  r 1 � � 1 i to. Chh-f Skelton n at present In Vic I01I11. and it in not known tor a 1 er tainty whellier iiu !h demlroils of (11111-iiiK hack to his old p.-.-t'inn lmre. hut the place a-j ,,f lim dej),i: t ,nent i-l open in him shnuiil 1m (lesle 1 1 do so. I'hlef Hardy is nviticliiK mu h in teiea' in the onfe one oi [Ir- lingoii.i-tions, and stales that li� will not he at ail sorry 10 k hack to Itih old |io�i and tie relieved of police duties GERMAN PAPER MONEY 1'ptronrad. March lin (Jelinany s Issued new paper luoiiuy in the o iiiumis-Toncrs has issii"d wd'-i-rw eslahlishltif; sta'e control of insurance lonipaniet;. Tic 1 If v ciiiiik I! is I r\ Ini; to re' a'1 ; it i ot "liate- ri arty so Hii't a \-\ tax rat e can lie rtn 1; lor I" I s dai 1 , iiiK th" inimth of April, hut mam tilliiRH are holding up the wni-1; Hi v jever. tin' pri'Hcni inilicaflon-' an- tha' ', ll-p 111111 ram will In' aho'i' Dm sani-I as it ha. Iiei-n for tin- pa-t tun ye.-n .' I >. I,' . mills. In spite of a di emu.....1 I as-essir,' nt 1 ' Tho i�li :;n)ii> n ' lln ' : i 111.1 - � ha \ dnflii'lely |,e. I, 1.1. unv 1' line in:."  . t. � Hl'th a: i,i 'ni lie la" nr. in-  1  :...IIK�> of c^ii, 1.  I HOLLAND'S F'PCiT! hi..'.111. ipr I lln-l  . 111st 1 lie , .�� 11, I 1 I nil. I.-. Mm t ni'.eil r.. .... 1 a; -  at. r Im ' : " at I 'l" II,,.' , � � I'linai' o Hint 1 k  pt � ,iH. ill V Me I tlm allie I ,!..- tin- In -1 ll. I \ 1 ,-l lio u ail-il I, \hi iit lii'lir.ll II i- icl'M -� ti' ; M'Ka  ,1 In ill. STOCKS V �ilnir. 1 n IN N1  Man, eral rai as if it mills 'I here will tax nil" for ii! lie 111.I hi II" -J. I' I; >ks ||� hit ween |; Old I'i,1 : h 1 red i' Hon on itiire purposes, ,, i' tlm s'likiti" fit mi a f 1 \e per 1 �" per c"i, r, has i In of I set t he in 1 .1 � liy more Mian $1 I uili hi compute.I| ot a 1 !it' c afier. This will in the *m-rirl rati lino, P is understiiod The - 1 ho,.,, ha'.e not yi: ptep.-i, 1 their estimatis. l.ji t.'iey have hi ci promispd for this week Won Mm ii crici'-e in ii).> tc.ichilu; Muff. I a re es ill snlarlo.1. and th" increase In th' iiilllihi'r of ron:i:s opened owiiiR to Hie hmreasn in school p ipiilailoti. there will ln> a raise in tlm public school il". llllll'ls uithulit A il' 11b! AltoRi'llior if look, a- if I.etlihriiU'P would ia ve ml mill IV tn I'||� DR. McCRAE'S WILL Montreal. Apr. 1. Tlm will of L>t. �'ol. John McCr.-m. \\ U, Canadian Army Medical Corps. !lic author of "in I'ianders Fieldi" who died while on active service in France, on January Ls. last, was probated ill the superior court here Saturday. The will is dated Sept. 7. I'.' 1 I. and the whole estate is left to the mother of deceased. Janet .Simpson lieckford. wife of Uavid Mi Cine, tluulpli, Ontario. tho last iippointtiruit to the for also b" continued as conatahU ce Will SUCCESSFUL PLAY BY LOCAL AMATEURS Present Comedy To Huge Audience at Majestic-Will Repeat This Evening Mr. diehard Hineks and his party of local artlnts played to a crowded last iiiflht in "His Excellency the tJou-rnor." Tim selection of the company alone- showed great skill for each character neemed to show natural aptitude for ihe parts The seen pry could not well bo excelled, the costumes were both appropriate and beautiful, the HtuginK excellent and those hesitations and pan u's Hint are bo often prosnnt in atnate-iir produc tiona were entlraly lacking. Mr. R. Mini Us y;i his xcellency Kir Montague Martin, tiie (iovernor of the Amaiulalaiid Islands, surpassed him �If (ant night in his perfect imper-onation of His Kxcellcncy. He Ill-ought the audience into the spirit of the play as soon as he appeared up on the stage and nolhiiiR could he funnier than the effect of tlm uloe blossom upon his excellency, lln was most nbly supported by the entire company. Mm. J. N. Ilitchle as Mile. Htolla de Qex threw herself into her Kay pari in a most charming manner. Mr. Ruwortli us tlm Hi. Hon. llonry Carleton presented a most skilful Interpretation of his role. Mr. Richard lllncks, Jr., as Capt. I'nrew. gave uu Interesting delineation of Die voumk inun who did not Intend to fall in love. Mr. F. Waddinston as Mr. Huverstork tho private) seirotai-y. was his own in-Iniltublo self, hid well known powers as a comedian being at their JielKhl. Mrs. Snow uppeurliiK In tho part or Mrs. WBiitworth-HollluKlirolce cuplured the audlem-e immeiliately in her rate talent for Impersonation and wo hope to see her on our staife ugstin; while Florence Donald gave u most winnina interjirotatlon of the part of mIhh Kthol Carleton. Mr. ('. U. Mathews look two parts, that of butler and Major Klldaro in each of which ho allowed his talent us an actor uml in the humor which he put into his pun, While Mr. Ueorge Keruin. Jr., as Sen try managed to niako his role moat Ipufltttbl*. Tho Nuribwjpiit Mounted : ? ? BRITISH 3TR. SUNK. ? Iloaton. April H. -Sinking of foreign port was reported in > > sliipping circles hero today. > Huston exporters notified mar- > ! inn underwriters that they had ; ried war supplies. ; ? > :**�*> HAVING PURCHASED All. THE ELDRIDGE RANCH CO. HORStS WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Mares All broke. That can he seen at BONNELL'8 BARN, LETH BRIDGE. Wo also have In In;. I of good r;>ngn nr.u-es. Moft all in foal hut not ail lirokeu tha. can be sold at ihe right 1 ri ce. Also 25 Good Yearlings AH halter bruise anil have been stabled nil wlntfr and urn in extra good condition. Would like to sell before ihoy have to be turned out. Bonnell & Luckey Livery and Fe�d Barn Lethbridge Government Bonds We offer all maturities of Victory Loan at 98% and accrued interest. Free from Taxes. Bonds may he registered*as to Principal. We can also supply you with Provincial and Municipal Bonds. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE. 315 FIFTH STKEET 3. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who ha* charge of this free service. Phone 1603 ADVANCE O York. N S 'I Oil Coi.lpa MI'.O'.nii e.| ;, .. e.'le.l p � I",.'i- illg lion pr;ce: Vim:! our i a.:c �', ele> : fori Wil1 .'. i!h i'.', ...(, " week an ia .:-o!e 1 .�!i'i>im�i!.s -in ilnri' 'i. - ii i paieni s 1 II S'dle 1 c 'pmiii|>!'.sliig ir ail �,i"le. lei; let ami ehitiu cabinet, all in A 1 mu oal. Chi..iv i.ilde; uiImhIoii oak lounge i nan ; :r .....-as-H-nal . lunr* and fables; Very Fine Wetin  mt.i;t> : Br.i3G Beds, complete with springs and % i h i ft 'oilier: ial-. dressers; several gooil beilroom I.iu Inn mare, years old; 1 hay mare, In years old; 1 brown maie, V years old; 1 sorrel mare. 5 ;-��bi-s old; 1! black geldings. 10 yours old; 1 Mack Kehiiiu. s yearn old; I black gelding, 12 yeurf nlil; 1 i?ray Kchllng. S years nkt; 1 hay f(e|iiing, H vears old; 1 brouit gi Ming, II years old; I bay colt, 'i y�iir# old; 2 black eolts. 1 year old; 2 suckem; 1 saddle homo, (! years old. CATTLE; :i milch cows; I cow with calf ai font; ;) :i year old lu.ifirs; :: year old lieifeis; 4 calves; [ 2-year old hull. HOGS: .,'L'-yiuir old brood sown; 1 K-month old brood sow; 2 ivinnnlh ml hour:, MACHINERY:- I Ketitu press drill, new; 2 hinders; 2 gaiiR plows; 1 disc plow ; 1 harrow; 2 Wool discs; 1 wa^tm and rack; 1 box H'W'on; 1 lanh wngo-i and pilinr,; 1 sleigh unit box; s seta of work lmrnes�; I Htaek oat shea us. Some IiujHel'oliI .pioils and otlu-r articles too numerous to in.'ation TERMS CASH FREE LUNCH AT NOON CHA8. F. SINOLINGER, Owner L. I NICHOLSON, af Lothbrld8�, MR. McDONALO, Auctioneer Clerk F .'mnlpi-g. April I Detail.- ,,f in.' of i be lliltisli gmeriino'iil h, ing a large .|iianfjt> of flux c,,learc \prl I \ workman on hin .IN hollie I. > night lllllllll -i n'cloi-K -Ii-l,�-.| I,.',',.......u The Mri.-ish �"!" ;" '' � fridge at.I, ....... , ., , .... , , . , thai iiiiike ! h1,-- h human form, and on iiai-'tinii' i�n itHi.uerial it was I'O'ly nt .i niaa pattii i nvi reit l,\ ,. life nl i Ve marks of idea! i r i  le.n \.'i- 'niih'i en the funl'. afnlli""i io- ma u is s.i .d 'o ij i \ spe. ial I. ind of fia v h;.s In. 11 �hi|.p�il '" thi�, lee i |>urpO-e - 'till- se'-l! 'A i ,  li (.a  I t 11 I e 11.1 tile I'I. � liiei .. ' r u i; .. a' i 'i! : -, im \i l*-n a !a a -i I ill! ifl I. m"c  'i'i' > I b, 1111  11',. -Alii in., in.' ha':,me, i,r I,,, ip inr u ; ;.\. 'I [.: c e ,,|' �4 .....,., In 1 1 ' leiiic! \\ a;.! in.I r .-, |.m. .ce i in,. II"i' ish i-mi-ni 11 ' ill '�' Hi lii 'inn ^ Oil ' 11 - - i.enie a ppi a. ale i - ; ||,'1'|| ii lli.llle-' jack I'll" poll e ,|,l; I \ ct ^a" mu itui'tctirig all in A Record Request 'I'll e I ,a 'i - He. mu ' |'|ea�e. n, ," 'ii. lie, nril : Dfficer?" i >ffi. "i " Vi s. in" mail. what i|o � m wan-' I .a t"),' I! i i i uit ' i'lea^c we've Wii.iij. moke mare, x years old, in foal, l.'pin )hp.; 1 liay niare, ll year* old. in foal lam Ibn ; 1 team bay mail s. 4 years old. in foal. 2600 lbs.; 1 bay mare. Hi years old. iu foul. !2no lbs.: 1 K ey mare. In years old. in foal, l^uu lbs ; I brown mar.. In years old. in foal. Itim lb* ; | male '.' years old. In foil!. I.'pm It's ; the above are alt broke to work Anyone wanting good mares should not miss this chance They are all in good condition; 1 saddle horse 4 years old; 1 saddle horse, '. years old; 2 ce-ns due to be frpsh. 4 years old, :: cows due to be fresh, a years old; 2 heifers due to '.e fush. years old; 1 cow. flesh 2 month*, a years old; a steers, :t >ears oiil: 2 steers. 2 years old; 1 steer. 1 year old; 1 grade Shorthorn bull 2 years old. HOGS: I registered Poland t'hina sow-, alt have pigs with them, u grade Poland China sow* due to farrow soon. 7� chicken" IMPLEMENTS: 2 lf>0- but" tanks and wagons; 2 wagons with bundle racks; 1 :! tier wagon box; 1 Massey-Harris binder. S ft ; 1 lloering binder. S ft.; 1 Frost * Wood binder, x ff. with flax at Im-hnient; L' Moot discs; 1 fanning mill. 1 Deering mower; t Herring rake; 1 , ew Van Brum jiress drill, double disc. 1 Drerini? 22 single disc drill; 1 -Massey-Harris double disc drill; 1 Jotiu Hitre spring tooth cultivator; 1 Massey-Harris cultivator; I John Deere gang plow: I .Massey-Harris sulky anil breaker bottoms; ! 2'i-foot lloss harrow; 1 single buggy, flole and shafts, nearly pew; 1 line shaft, pulleys and hangers; i; sets double team harness in good repair; 1 sol sjigle harness; ]n new sweat pads; number of horse collars; 1 new Dei.aval separator with pewer attiu-lnnciits; 1 new i'j hp. engine; I new submarine; 1 hund on washing machine; full eiiuipment of blacksmith tools; ] Maxwell touring car. 1317 model; 1 guMilfnt' drum; forks, shovels and other articles ioi ii'ini-i rolls to mention; fi und 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe press drill; 1 democrat und 1 buggy; 4 sets ot good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 1 pututo cultivator; 1 iron float, 12 feet; 4 Hansmsn euglne hinder hitches; 1 scalding vat. grindstone, pitch forks and other articles loo numerous to mention; 1 1500-lb. truck scale; 1 Fairbanks wagon scale, 10,000 lhs.. absolutely new not unpacked from factory; 3 Van Mrunt double disc press drills, nearly new. and 1 5 horse (lalloway (iaa Kngiue and drain Loader located ut Wrentham Station. Parties Interested may lUbpect same before day of sale. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new; 2 (hums; 5 iron bedsteads, brass trimmed, mattresses and springs; t sofu; 3 besting stoves; 1 high oven range; 1 McClary range; 1 sideboard; t dresser; 1 writing desk; 1 kiteheu cabinet; 2 gasoline stoves; cupboards; tables; chnlra and other household articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: All sums of 110.00 and under, CASH; ever that amounts credit to November 1st, 1S1S. Purehassr giving note with spprovsd security, bearing t% interest from dete. 10% discount for cesh on credit amounts. FREE LUNCH AT NOON L. I. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer KISSLSR BROS, M. 0. aOROON, Clerk 5073465? A??/.D ;