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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AGS FOUR T H E L E T H B R ID G E AIL Y H;E R A LjO 3Letl)brl&flc, Hlberta iUAILY AND WEE^kuY 6ubtor(ptron Ratend" fuao contract stand- j aU. Sir Sam Hughes may bo droppivl from the cabinet; the government maj deny nny previous knowledge ot gnxti iu the shell contracts, but the stain on Canada's fair name will stand against the record of the Borden government. The Toronto Tologram, n Ktaimoh CouBurvstivo pas'c.-, tp.i'.lor tlin caption "The Sands aro Aunnlng Low, Sir Jtobcrt Uorden," says: Ontario Is represented nt Ottawa by at least thirty M.P.'e who are having the halter placed around tlisir political necks by Sir Ilobert Hor-den's toleration of Col. J. Wesloy Allison. Theso public men carried constituencies for Sir Robert Borden. These public men did not have .Sir Robort Borden carry constituencies for them Sir Robert Borden is dooming Ontario JI.P.'s. to whom Sir Robert owes r)ICKED UP. IN ASSINGdmi FOR THE BUSY MAN The cotton waste of Iiancnsbtro has an annual value of $a75,000,000. Pnlted States students aro llllluB Presbyterian home mission ai>pulut-meuis inving to war cullstnie!;ta Tbe Ontario govommeni was informed tbul politics had swayed the appointment of nursing sisters. The Northern Rnilwoy report stales that io.45T of thuir employos liave joined (he colors and that 234 have lost their live.'*. Xews has been received by the T GAPi. mwm OIEO AT FROf KEAHERO Son of C. P. R. President, Most Popuiiir Ofncer, KilSed by Piece of Shrapnel Mail Routes Applied for in Lethbridjge TP#rritory Reasons for Delay In Establishment ure ln-the definite chargea, Theydo not display the same latitude as do parilmentary enqnlrles. They ai�: a,p^ to aUaw legal Quibbles to enter tod greatly into the admlasa-bUlty ot evidence, xirhereas, with barll-meatary Inquiries, any clue remotely connected -wltl^ the case can be fol-lowed up. . Tho government at Ottawa will be ' Terjr foolish'to "att'empt anything'but i tho fullest jlnqulry. Aify attempt to cover �wrong-doing will not bo tolar-^aj^d,by tho people. It the Inuulry Into '^;.t)l>a'iKyts charges is anything less than a'. Second in command at the front , . , -^, , ,, , , iwith A company ot the 80th battalion It is understood that the Richard- : ,s brother-in-law. Capt. Redmond, son summer Uoine, up the Rideau ;ana nig- brother. Capt. tho Hon. WUl-river from Kingston.-will be used as a Ijam j. shaughnessy. Is adjutant ot the home for convalescent soldiers. Toronto will have to pay, in all probability, about JIOO.OOO more as the city's .share ot the increased cost of the Toronto-Hamilton highway. J. Hurley was an-aigned in Stratford court and was fined $20 and i-osts for ha^^ng unlabeled bottles in his premises. Considerable change is noticeable iu Berlin. Ontario, and the recruiting fever has become contagious. Men and women vie with each other to see who can do tbe most tor the cause. Mormons of Ontario are taking steps to institute a Brantford branch, writing to state that they are not connected with Bishop R. C. Evans of Toroxi-to, but with the bead church in' Utah. A famine in petrol is being experienced in Manchester and owners ot Irish Rangers, the 190th battalion. The dead captain was a great favorite with all who knew him. He was brilliant in humor, full of good honest human nature and his memory will be revered by tliousauds of warm personal friends while memory lasts. Lord Shaughnessy, who is naturally grief stricken is being besieged witlt sympathetic callei-s and messages oti condolence from many places. In response to a request he made the following statement today: "To his mother, myself and the famil.v, the sacrifice is indeed cruel and almost overwhelming. But after all we are only paBstiie through the same sad experience, as tbousanils ot others in every portion of the empire. Ho had a sweet wife and two little children, and everything in the world to live for. but he rscoguized his duty and the attendant risks. I! this example arouses li feeling of patriotism and responsivpness in those , , , . """" hundreds amongst us of military age. motor lorries, cars and taxis find " i,^^^^ ,j ^^^^ ^. J,; m /iylll learn; later, to its sorrow, *^PJople of tl^s bojnlnlbn are not In a v^jSjniood to relieve It of Jts responsibility .^'toT the profiteering which, the liberals. ^, fafter a long fight have exposed, to the f-'V light of da,y. sSi>v: � � ^ �� �CIVIL SERVICE REFORM FINDS MANY SUPPORTERS The local-Board of Trade resolution for reforms In the outside civil iBervice Is being favorably oommeuted "Upon from one end of Canada to the other. The Toronto Globe, commenting on "A Wisq Word from L�th-brldgo," says: �Is the breezy West going to lead in another Important political reform? The Board of Trade of Lethbrldge, by unanimous vote, has memorialized the Dominion and Provincial Governments to make an end of tlie patronage sys-tem of appointment to public office, ontho ground that such appointments are not always conducive to-the best' .Interests of Canada. The resoUitlou, j'ivlii �which business and. profosalonal men And asrioulturUts of various pol-Itlcal views united, expressed the de-alro that "political patronage by all % parties should be abolished, and tliiit all civil soryloa appointments. Federal ?,-"?in(i Provincial, be made by computl-\ttve exttmlnatlops and by advanre-r-roent'within the service for merit." i : The-Lethbrldge Hoard's good ei\' rpienjoriaUze tho'government and pile ''iJ)8lri.";i.pro1;p8t^'. ftsalust patronage I ^'ftbijiqa; upon the � Council Board, the ' vjreaulL \Hight bo most gratifying. Pat-^I^dtpnagQ is ft nuisance to decent men In -'' j)uj!�|lo. llfJe. It woitj'a' not eurvlvo a WHO SLEEPS? (Eleanor Alexander in London Times) Midnight and England; In the ;cur- tained room Shadow upon grey shadow creeps Till black, all conquering, domlnateii the gloom, � And darkness cries-who sleeps? "Who sleeps-Jhe bride? She girt hira  for the fight,-Gay -when her happy warrior w^ent. Now empty arms she stretches to the night With, passionate lament. Who sleeps-the old maii7, Up the wind-swept street He heard a brown battalion come. And all night long his weary worn old feet Keep measure with the drum. Who sleeps-the mother? Immemorial throes ^ Torture her heart and labored breath; This hour, it may be. her beloved goes Undaunted into death. Who sleeps-the barren woman, for her breast Passion, nor pain, nor rapture stirs? Shie wakes and 'watches for the first and best, A thousand sons are hers. On desolated, far-off fields, who sleep? �NA'e know not, but through summers green. We knov/^ their right hands that hold, will keep The flag of England clean. Who sleeps? Faint and forsworn, no sentinel Between tho trenches' snarling lip-?; Not one on guard where moonlit waters B-�'ell irnder the battleships, They sleep not for whom furnace smoke-clouds roll,. . Nor they who forge for England's care. Armour laid op the anvil of her soul And hammered out A\ith prayer. Who sleeps-your God on His eternal hill, .And Zlon falls, and Rachel weeps'? Captain of hosts and our salvation still, He slumbers not nor sloops. ODYDU fiUi COM? Tlie Grjice Coal Mine Is now propared to take care ot all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. .Delivei'etl, ton At mine .. :J.25 ton Wife' difficult to keep their cars and cabs going. MiRs Gertrude McAuley, a daughter of a well known Slontreal insurance magnate, has returned from England broken In health. She is credited with making a hundred puddings a day for invalided British soldiers. The London educational committee have decided to get teachers to give talks to children on the subject ot the war and everyone can help to win it by saving and by avoiding useless or wasteful expenditure. Lord Lewlaham, who represents West Bromwlch, and Is now on active service, has intimated that he does not intend to receive his salary as a member ot the House ot Commons under the present conditions. Nearly every steamer in Sarnla harbor has steam up, and there are about 40 of them. Active work on fitting is being rushed so as to be ready for an early opening. The grain boats have all been unloaded at the elevators. Lady Paget, accompanied by 54 English doctors and nurses, who remained in the Uskub (Serbia) hospital when Bulgarian troops entered the town, arrived at Bucharest from .Sofia, and was received in audience by Queen Marie. Miss Elsie Grant lunea, a young lady, was arrested at Torotito on a charge of vagrancy. Tiie police allege she was making a house to house I canvass to collect funds tor the Red Cross society without being properly authorized to do so. Mrs. J. B. Groshaw, suporintendent of the Victoria Homo for Incurables at London, has left for England to .search every military hospital and convalescent homo in Great Britain in the hope of fluUIng her son, Ptc. Billy Groshaw ot the 15th (Toronto) battalion, who has been missing since the battle of St. Jullen. In his annual report, Chief Constable Grasett of Toronto stiitea the Influence of v,-ar has had the effect of decreasing criminal , statisllcB. The number of more serious crimes-murder, burglary, housebreaking and robbery with violence-have decreased more than 50 per cent. Philip Runciman. a member ot the shipping firm of Walter Runclnjan & company, London, with two members ot the Baltic Exchange, Fraser Good-body and' Cyril Uonnett, aro being sued ill the court of king's bench by Alexander Pergusson for �20,000, tho commission claimed on the sale of 40.000 Americanhor�es-to the French government at. #.5.0 .jjer horse. Major Gerald Olrks, who lias bean for some time past in Franco In rOmrge of the Canadian Y. M. 0. A. work at tho front, is on hla "way buck to Cana d(i on tho stoamer Amstordam. Major BIrks Is aceompanlod by another Y. M. C. A, ofllcer, and together they will take charge of a Douilnlon-wlde cam palgn to raise $300,000 ior the V. M C. A. work at tho fr�ul.; , cares, who thus far through indifference or because ot bad leadership or petty local Issues, have failed to assume their responsibility as citizens and subjects, we shall feel that there is additional compensation for the sacrifice." PROFESSOR RECOVERS MEMORY HIS Colorado Springs, Col., April 1.- The mystery of the disappearance in 1913 of Prof. Cecil L. Lavell and his whereabouts since that time were explained last night when Lavell admitted his identity to the local police, claiming that he had been a victim of amnesia. He was recognized through a photogi-aph in n police publication. His vilCe. Mrs. C. E. Lavell of Toronto, was notified and started for Colorado Springs. Lavell ha.5 been working as a dishwasher in hotels for more than a year, during which tiine, he says, he has been experimenting-with hla mind to regain complete memory. At this time, he .says, he has . recovered Ills mental faculties with the exception that lie remembers nothing of having a wife. Shortl.v before Nov. 24. 1013. when ho was at Columbus, lie said he suffered the attack of amnesia. On that date he found himself on a train bound for Detroit, where ho learned from a newspaper that he was reported drowned at Hamilton, Ont, 11 CHILD GETS CBOSS, SICK AND FEVEfllSH WHEN GONSTIPAT LOOK, MOTHERI IF TONGUE COATED CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS IS If yo.ur little one's tongue la coated. It is a sure sign the stomach, liver, and bowels need a gentle, thorough elea.'islng at once. When your child Is cross, peevish, listless, pale, does not sleep, oat or act naturally; If breath- is bad, stomafli sour, system full of cold, throat sore, or If feverish give a teaspoonful ot "Califomia Syrup of Figs." and In a few hours all the clogged-.up, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels and you havo a well, p'iayful child again. Sick children noudn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative.' .Millions of mothers keep it bandy bo cause they know Ha action on the stomach, liver and bowels Is prompt, and sure. They know a little given today saves a sick',child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a CO-coat bot tie ot "California Syrup; of Figs," which contains . dlrBctlons for. '.ibl.>a, chlldten of all ages and for gi'O'vn-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of coun terfeits sold hare, Oet.,|the genuine Djaao by "California Ij^gSyjuii Com-^ pojiy,"-Advertlaeinunl." Information produced by tho Post Olllco department on a motion made by W. A, Buchanan, .M.P, In the House ot Commons at Ottawa, ahowa that Iwonly-lwo rural mall routes have been applied far Iu the conntlt�oncy ot -Mediolno Hat but so iar only one, that at Bxcel, north of the Rod .Doer river, has been approved and it will go Into operation in April. Thirteen applications have been rejected because tho regulations wjilcli demand that at least fifty per cent, of the people residing on tho route should make uppticatlon for boxes, has not been complied with, according to tho statement ot the Postraasier General, .A.mong those routes are Endon, applied for 22nd. February, 1915; Faith, applied for 28th of April, ISU; Lethbrldge No, ,'1, applied for March 24, 1914 and Lethbrldge No. 4, applied for .May 2G, 1914; Milk HIver, June 21st, 1914; Retlaw, 2nd of April, 1914; Seven Persons, 2oth of November, 1914; Wlnnifred, 2nd, of .fanmiry, 1914; Lethbrldge No. 1 and Lethbrldge No. 2 were rejected because the tenders submitted were excessive in price. In six other cases tenders arc now being Invited. These Include Purple Springs and Whltla. The Postmaster General Informed Mr. Buchanan that it reasonable tenders are received tor Lethbrldge Routes 1 and 2, they would bo put in operation Immediately. In Lethbrldge Nos. 3 and 4 the routes cannot be considered until tho required number of names arc received. Tho proposed routes iu Southern .Mherta, none of which have been established for the reasons above stated, are described as follows: Endon No. 1.-Leave Endon nud travel half mile west between sect-Ions 25 and 24, township 6, range 9, west ot tho 4th meridian; thence south 2 miles between .ioctions 23 and 24, 14 and 13; thence 2 miles west between sections 14 and 11, 15 and lU; thence 10 miles south between sectloiis 9 and 10, 4 and 3, township G, sections 33 and 34, 28 and 27, 21 and 22, I'i and IS, 9 and 10. 4 and 3, township 5. sections 33 and 34, 28 and 2", to.vii-Bhlp 4; thence east SVj miles bptween section 27 and 22, 2G and 23, 25 nuo 24. range 9, sections 30 and 1? to Galorn Post Office; thence I'A mll-js wcit between sections 30 a.irl 19, range 8, sections 26 and 2J, mnse 9; thtiuce 12 miles north "ja.wecn icct-lii.ih 26 and 25, 35 and Jfi. tov/n-.v'iip 4, sections 2 and 1, 11 and 12, 14 and 13, 23 and 24, 26 and 25, 3B and 36, township 5, sections 2 and 1, Hand 12, 14 and 13, 23 and 24, township 6; thence Vs mile east between sections 25 and 24 to Endon Post Omce. Lethbrldge No. 1,-Leave Lethbrldge on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8.00 o'clock and travel about 3V6 miles northwest via the trafilc bridge to the level crossing at the southwest quarter of section 2, township D, range 22; thence 3 miles south between sections 34 and 35, 27 and 20, 22 ond 23; thence 1 mile west between sections 22 and 27;-thence 1 mile south between sections 21 and 22; thence 3 miles north between sections 21 and 22, 28 and 27, 33 and 84;thenc6 1 mile west on the line between townships 8 and 3, 1 mile north between sections 5 and 4 tp. 9; 1 mile oast between sections 4 and 9; 1 mile north between sections 9 and 30; 3 mile east between- secitlons 15 and 10; 2 miles south to the level crossing between sections 10 and 11, 3 and 2; return from this point to tbe post office, 3Vi miles over the same road as on the outgoing trip. Lethbrldge .\o. 2.-Leave Lethbrldge postofilce on Monday, Wednesday, IFriday and Saturday at 8.00 o'clock, and travel about ^'/i miles east through sections 31 and 32 and between sections 4 and 33, 3 and 34, township 8, range 21; thonce- 2 miles north between sections 2 and 3, 11 and 10; thence 1 mile oast between aect-lons 11 and 14, 24 and 23, 25 and 26, 20 and 25', thence 1 mile west on the lino between townships 9 and 10; thence 2 miles south between sections 34 and 35, 27 and 20; thence l mile west between sections 21 and 22, 10 and 15; thence 2 miles west between sections 9 uiul 8 and 17, and iVs miles aoutli-wost to the post odlce. Lothbridgo No. 3.-Leave Lethbrldge on Jlondoy, Wednesday and Friday at S.OO o'clock and travel 2 miles northeast to the city limits he-tween sections 32 and 34, townships 8 and 9 roapoctlvely, continue east 3% miles on tho lino between townships 8 and 9; thence north 2 miles on the lino between ranges 20 and 21; thencn east 6 miles between sections 7 an^ 18, 8 and 17, 9 npd l�, 10 and 15, 11 and 14. 12 and 13; thence south 2 miles on tho line liotwaen ranges 19 ana 20; thence west 4 miles on the lino between tps. 8 and 9; thence south 2 miles between soets. 33 and 32. 28-29; thonce west 7 miles between sections 20 and 29, 19 and 30, township 8, range 20, and between sections 24, and 25, 23 and 26, 22 and 27, 21 and 28, 20 and 29, and northwest 2Vi miles to the post ofilce, Letlibrldgf) No. 4.-Leave Lethbrldge on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8.00 o'clock and travel 4 miles south and oaat to tho north-oaHt corner of sDCtlon 21, township 8, range 21; tlienco 1 mile south between Recilons 21 and 22; thonce Vi mile east and 1 mile south through section 15; thence I'/a miles east between Boctiona 10 and IB, 11 and 14; thence 2 miles south between sections 11 and 12, 1 and 2; thence 1 mile oast on the township line; thenco 2 miles south on the lino botwoon ranges 20 and 21; thence 2 miles between sections 19 and 30, 20 and 2il; Uienco 2 miles north betwoon Boctlons 28 and 29, 33 and 32; thencei 2 miles west on the lino between townships 7 and 8; tlionoo 2 miles north on tho Una between ranges 20 and 21; thence 2 miles west botweon Boctlons 12 and 13, 11 and 14; thence 2 mllcB north bet-w'oen Eoctimiu 14 and 15, 23 and 22; tlionco 5 inltBB west unci north lo the Lothbrldge post ottlce, arriving tUot" at 13 o'clock. Milk Ulver > No, 1.-Loavo Milk Utver on Ttieadtiy �nd Friday ut 8.U0 o'clock and travel G mllos east between, sectldhs ,27 and 22, 26 and 23, 25 and 24, tontishlp 2, range Ifi, sections .30 antl IB, as. Bhd 20, rango 15; thenoe 2 niiles north bulweou soci-lons 3� and 28, 32 and 33; thence 1 mile on the lino, betwoon townships 2 and, 3; thence 2 miles sauth between Boetlons and 84; 'SS and 27; thence 3 Dillex cast'between sections 27 nnd 22, 2C and .23, 26 and 24; thonce 2 miles south on the lino between ranges 14 and 15; thence 7 miles west between aeotlona 13 and 12, 14 and 11, 15 and 10, 10 and 9, 17 and 18, 18 and 7, range 16, aecUou 13 and 12, raugo 16; thence 3 miles north between sections 13 nnd 14, 24 and 23, range IC; thence 2 mjlos east between sections 23 and 26, 22 and 27, to Milk River Post Ofilce, arriving there at 13.46 o'clock. Purple aprlnps No. 1.-Leave Purple Springs on Wednesday at s.OO o'clock and travel Vi mile to the north east corner of section 12, township 10, range 15; thence 4 miles south on the line between ranges 15 and 14: thence 1 mile west between sections 25 and 24, township 9, range 15; thenco 4 miles south between sections 23 pud 24, 14 and 13, 11 and 12, 2 and 1; thence 3 miles west on the line between townships 8 and 9; thence 6 miles north between sections o and 4, 8 and 9, 17 and 16, 20 and 21. 29 and 28, 32 and 33, townsbtp 9; theuce 3 mllos east on tho line between townshliis 9 nnd 10; thence 2 miles north between sections 2 and 1, 11 and 12, township 10: thence 1 mile east between sections 13 and 12; thence V4 mile to Purple Springs, arriving there at 13 o'clock. Retlaw No. I,-Leave Retlaw on Tuesday and Friday at 8.00 o'clock and travel 1 mile south between sections 4 oud 5, township 13, range 37: thence 13 miles west on the line between townships 1? and 13; thonce 2 miles north,between sections 6 and 5, 7 and 8, range 19, sections IS and 7, 17, and 8, IB and 9, 15 nnd 10, 14 and 11, 13 aud 13, ra.nge IS; sections IS and 7, 17 a'nd 8, range 17; then 1 mile south between. sections S ai.ti ;i 11 Retlaw post odlco, prrlvln.^ tlicro s-.i 14.41) o'clock. wniltlaw'' Xo. 1.-Uavc Whltlaw semi-weekly nt 8:00 o'clock and travel % of a mile,south and west on a sur-. veyed road 'through section 5. town-1 .rtlp H, range 8,' west of tho 4th meridian, to the northeast corner of section 31, township 10; thence 4 miles BouUi between sections 31 and 32, 30 and 29, 19 and 20, IS and 17; thenco 1 mllo east between sections 17 and 8; thence 4 miles south between sections 8 and 9, 5 and f, township 10, sections 32 and 33, 29 and 28,, township 9; thence 2. miles west betwoon sections 29 and 20, 30 and 19; thence 2 miles south on the line between ranges 8 and 9; thence 1 mile west between sections 13 and 12, range 9; thence to miles north between sec. 14 and 13, 23 and-24, 2fi and 25. 33 and 36, township 9, sections 2 and 1, 11 and 12, 14 and 13, 23 and 24, 26 and 23. 35 and 36, township 10; thenco 2 miles east on the line between townships 10 and 11, thence % of a mile north and east on the surveyed road through section 5, township U. range | 8, to Whltlaw post office, arriving at 33.30 o'clock. in Wlnnifred No. 1.-l^ave Wlnnifred i'^^ Prominent Merciiant Restored to Health by "Frult^tlves" Batsror,, N,B., July JUih, mi'. "1 had a stroke of Paralysis in March, and this left me unablo to walk or help myself and the Constipation wa.i terrible. Finally, T took TVult-a-tivcs' forthe ConsdpatioH. This fruit mmlicinp gradually toned up iho nerves and actually relieved the/laralysfs. By tho uso of 'Fruil-a-tlvos' I grew stroupcr until all tho palsy left mo. I am now woU and attend my store every day." ALVA rHILLIPS. Fruit Juice is naturc'ii own remedy and 'Fiuit-R-tivc�' la made from fnilt juices. DOo. a box, 0 for .$2.50, trial sijie 25c. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Frult-a-tivoa Limited, Ottamu on Monday, Waducsday and Friday at 8.00 o'clock and travel south 2 miles betwoon sections 7 and S, 6 and 0, township 11, range 9; Ihiince west 3% miles between section-6, " township 11 and suction 31, township 3 0: thence 12 miles-south on the line, between ranges .t nnd 10; thonce east 1 mile on the line between townshlpH 8 and 9; thenco south Vj milo between sections ."11 and 32. township 8 to Windy Rldgn post ofilce; thonce north 1% miles between sections 31 and 32. township ,S. soctloijs 5 and 6, township ft; thenco east I. mllo between sections 5 and S; thence north II miles between sections 8 ond 9, 17 and 16, 20 and 21. 29 and 28, 32 and 33, township i). sectlorts 5 and 4. 8 iind 9, 17.and 16, 20 and 21, 28 and 2S, 32 and .'13, township 10; thenco west 3 miles on tho line botweon townships 10 and 11; thonco'north 2 mllPs between sections 6 nnd 5, 7 and S, township 11, to Wlnnlfrod post office, arriving there at 16.35 o'clock. Tiio se.irrfilng o^ iho vaults beneath tho Palace ot Westminster by the Voonion of tho Guard, prior to the reopening of pnrliaroont, was not tho usual portuiu'tory ceremony, but a very real search. ELECTKiC VACUUM CLEANER AND ' ALL HOME LABOR-. SAVING DEVICES SUPPLIED BY  W.L. McKenzie & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave 8. f UNRESERVED AUCHON SALE ON THE NORTH- EAST 15-8-21, FOUR. MILES SOUTH-EAST OF , LETHBRIDGE on TUESDAY, APRIL 4th/1916 AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP ' HORSES-1 Roan mare, 6 years old, 1450 lbs.; I black mare, 0 years old, 130C lbs.; 1 bay goldlng, 7 years old l:!00 lbs.; 1 groy iiniro, 5 years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 roan mare. 2 years old; 1 black gelding, 2 years old; !� bay mnrc, 1 year old. CATTLE-High grade nurharn; 7 fresh cows; IS cows, due to bo fresh In April; 12 helfors, 2 years old; 15 stoers, 2 yonrs old; Vi) calves; 4 brood sows, due to fan-ow mouth ot April;- GO chick-oiis; 2 sets of doublQ team hanias.s: 1 sol single harness. IMPLEMENTS-1 Complete hay stacker with bull rakes; 1 truck wagon with box; 1 hay rack; 1 water lank; 1 cream separator; 1 demourol wagon; 40 tons of alfalfa; 4 uolls of htty wlro; ^10 tons ot potatoDB. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-5 Bodsloads, springs and Mat-trasBes; 4 dressers; 1 largo oak t,ldebourd; 1 writing desk; 1 Itather ooutii,.nearly ii6w; 1 large rug. 10 k 12; 2 cook rangog; 1 heater Htove; B rocking chairs; 6 dining room chairs; C Idtchen chairs; 1 oak dining tablo; 1 kitchen table; cooking utensils; largo quantity of dishes; a number of other artlolos, EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR IS GiV- ING UP FARMING TERMS OF SALE:-All sums of $10,00 and under, cash, over t|iat amount eight months' credit on furnishing approved joint notes, less 26 per cent cash on all credit arpounts, with 8 per cent, oiv all credit aniou'nta, or 6 per cent, off for cash. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON. A, REGIMBAL, PROPRIETOR, J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. How Would You Like To Buy 1 At Wholesale Prices Per Case Per Case $4.80 THE GOOD GO. lliil 2997 ;