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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta mi', Additional Classified Advertising HIM 1% niU farm. ill cow i, rum ftiom. I'h tloilJi of UH> I'Oll at jinn, I'huiift IU11. 95 f 100 lien- and i'ovvj, alt HKcrllion mill Wlilto Kiucri, In voo'l There In fOfiio tcnllu milk ajw In Uio Ijuntli, Hill full towi hcji.'irui Islamic to iuLt jiurthnaor J. II. I1. O. liux 027; ____ __ I'Oll nfluini WOT, horses, C mill 8 olit, L l3ih_HI- K. __ 33 F'CIt JO to "fiirraw from UNO In (lirco (ilrnu H 302 or lloraM. ___ block potter. 1 old. 1'hono Hllll or ui-plj- at farm IVj rnllcs jiorlh of Ilia fjirni. 92-iJ two cov-i lu froalicn KUOII. (1. 23? iBtli St. N. C y rsMro Lull conT Tour yoftr ulil. Will Lo aolil clu-ap, Addrcsa Hot 12. N'oLlofoul, Alta. C FOIl aALI-r-fioed potnuesT imru Ooiil Coin, ll.KO per buahcl, elation 1'urpto InclurliiiB Lngn. Ad- dress The lllvorBltlo ItnnclitJiy C'o. Ltd.. Piirplo Springs, Alia. G PArtfc SftVtiN J-'OIl ItoreQa and mules; ci- dcElrntlo 7 year otil marc und a 5 year old gelding, 1700 ]ba. No bolter team. Also learn of 4 year old a, 1300 Ibs. gclrtlnga. Two of young1, liearj- porfectlj' broken mules. Call Uurii, 12lli St. N.. aud Avo. or plionc 1102. >'Ull Jlart Parr gas Irac tor, seven plows, breaker nud Elubblo bolloms; JUHL ovcrlmulcd onglno can 'uo BCOH nt Ldtibrlilge Iror Works. Enquire Karmcra' Lumber Co. Tor terms, Pliona BIG. FOR lieatl native ciilll. Era Jo Hereford and Shorthorns, one Iwo aaJ three year and cowa about Lo calve In May am All young. Boa 21. 9G-i furrow Oliver eriKlm plougti, nearly DBW, in sccllan: or tour and six, used one season am ploughed about one hundred acres rqwrud on HI'J work luccllng rjf lht> ln r wai j lli'l'l HOI Only enlarging Mil uLiiK Kiftflunlly inoro firmly ftiul (H'MiiancM In lie niUurc. Mnt. Turner ionrlutk'1 uy aiir-oiiraKinK Iho anil Hianil'C'M to tuako )D17 A banner hiHUuUi h'nr In MJKnitb, Mies L, Hull reported the work of llj'i rccout JU-il Cruii convent Ion ul CnlgQiy. Mini 11 hi I stated tbftt lhrn his .'jilrin'Sf, l.1nlil Itu- (Jcp'ti hyu til' ill -lulls ;JIT I'Cfjanlcd us cdnll Tin: Hi'st cknicnl of llir OK- iiiTsidcul H is UK: ul' iiridirr a ______ syslrin us ;jn inldilloi) to the in-niy :inil lulioinl which woiihl provide a lolcd of H is nssurned Unit coincident with llm ciillinn out of the new ;iriny oi'dirrs toiTrruit Ihc: ;nnl n Lo full will jjy out- Whc'llicr lliiil done voluntary t'lilislmrnl or hy druft not lui 11 (Ijsclo.sed. Uffjc Three Million Army. say Iho jun.vinjuni iiiiuilic'r GIllETTS ny power ol end mtkei mil CUD ll'llin'ilt OIICC. Throe: million Irnined nicil is Ihc milllhlT uptoarloua OF CONGREftS TAKES SEAT Ai-iil (Ivr- Jt-.-mnHU: Iti-.nMit ul fjrr-l woirj'an of ('irifcrtiu, loclc In tlit iHjjf', lei-lay after an ol ctrc-nirjrik-s In wbfcli eurtraKtsilH jirctlornlnat- t'J. Tht nrraslon was a IjreaV.- fatl LO "tfio Jcannetiu Hun- kin, of uiitler Ihe of bufl'-aglnta of all facllona, Her to DJ Jtonklri wJicn her nnrnc wan call- rm end she rtiillod "prcn- (urlouBly. 'J'liu ovation i ijiit'l fiho roue litr and Uiwcd. RUMOR BRITISH PRISONERS STARVING. cd Ijy Hie (icncnil Mall'. The of nsinfi llio presenl 1 April perslsltnt rumor Urltlph ctvll and ntllEUry prlK'jnerfl In Germany were holng housf was signalized 'starved has LGCD afloat, [n rcsponEo and in-iulj-y W. Gerard, lato lor (ruining iiui'iiosts, Jiiemhcts of (lie general siiiM', means thul Ihe senuinj; of iiti exju-ililioiiiiry J'arcc to Kniopc wonlil hu "miHIfiry suicide." IncreaEC the Guards N'ow York, Apr. jKjIicQman In York not on nctlvc [jalrol if- jiorted tblfl morning for reserve iluty. C'ornTnlsalotier Woods IshU'.-J an emergency order last ntKhi wliloh will Uecp about men roarjy for Itn- riteillAto service until further notice. Tho force ot customs guards nt Hie BLIGHT DISTINCTION "Palm, wliat tho difference Vic- tivcen a sanitarium and an "About J100 a n-eck." C. Mr. UracUliaw has alioul choice cwca on tils ranch al filling and cxncctB a heavy crop. These liana's have come through the Wlnler In splendid shapa RTIU nrc all In a strong, healthy' condition. Mr. Uradshaw Is a strenuous advocate of the sheep Industry In (he weal and Will be told Drawer t [herc like- an ahun- CadsW. of wlnlcr feeillnB lo produce WOUND'S RECOnu MARQUIS SEED WHEAT (or. sale; %1 per hushel, car- load lols; grown Ly C. S.' Noble. EBQ.J N'obloford. American While Banner Seed Oals, Sac buslict. AEouts. J. Har- rlH KOH 1C x IS hay press, wllti horso power allachmcnt. Capac- ily ten to twelve lens per ten hours. This press la in splendid condition ready for uac. Cash prlco now 1310.00 but .for quick salo will sacrifice for paynblc half cash 2nd balance Ocloter Isl Wrllo postofftco boi SlS.-.or phono DZ -5 SITUATIONS AVANTEP WANTED Practical or maternity mu-3ln0, OT Miss Taylor, 104 mth St. X. Lellibrtdgc, or phono 630. ladles w.inl positions as cooks on ploM'Isg outdl. Ltko 'to work together If possible. Slate wages. Apply 504 6lh SI. S. Ixjlhbrldee. as traction neer. cither steam or oil Boi JO. IlsraljJ. Eipeticnccti engineer reference, wants situation run- ning gas engine, stationary or.lrac lion. Apply C3S 12th SL -A, N..''or write DPI 30, married man, position as foreman or manager on large farm long experience in Alberta, nlso steam And gas engineer and carpenter. Appb Box 46. Herald. man and .wile, position In city or oil farm. Woman compel tnl cook, man all round labor hand Apply Room 9, Palace ItQOm'njJ cjporloncei carpenteT Tvnnts work In country lown. Wages moderate. DOS S, Her steany, rcllahle, middle aged man with fair business cducatlo wants Apply noi Herald. 35- IN THE MATTER 'OF AN ORD NANCE RESPECTING THE VOL UNTARY WINDING-UP OF JOIN STOCK "'COM PA Nl ES, BEIN CHAPTER 13 OF THE ORD NANCE3 OF ALBERTA, 190 FIRST SESSION: .IN THIE MATTER OF THE WES tt ERN'CANADA LUMBER COM IN TION: The, Creditors of the ahovo name Company are required on or hcfo the Fifth Day of April, A.D. 1011 their names find addresses an particulars of Ihoir debts ami clal to WILLIAM GRAHAM, Accounlan of No. 624 Ninth Slrccl South, Let bridge, Alberta, Liquidator of Company, and If so required by noli In wrlllng from Iho natd Llqlitilator hy Ihelr SolicllorB or personally coino In and prove their aalii debts claims ot such lime or place ns iln be Epcelfled In said nollco or In i fftull Ihereol Ibey shall he exclud 1 from Ihe benefit o( nny.such dlstrlh r tlon made bcforo such dchls arc proyed. I DATED at .Alberla, Ihis Thtrlecnlh 'day of February, A. D. 1917.- SHEPHERD, DUNI.OP HICB, Alberta. Solicitors for Ihc abovo named Me. S. Liquidator.' CUES M Hi MAKES IT nifUL ffl Try Thlil All Dandruff Disappears and Hair Stops Coming Out. Surely try a "DanderlDG Hair Cleanse'1 If you wish to Immediately double the beauty oE your hair. inoletun a clotlt with Dandcrlno and draTr It carefully through your hair, taking one scuall sLrand al a lime; this Ihe hair of dust, dirt or any excesalvo a few minutes you will he amazed, Your hair will he wavy, flurry and abundant and poss- ess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying ihe hair, one ap-' plication of Dandcrhio dissolves every parllclo of dandruff; the ecalpj slopping ilching and falling hatr. DanderlQQ Is to Llio hair fresh showure ol rain and sunshine are'to vegetation. IL goes right lo the roots nvigoriles and strengthens Ihem. Us stimulaling and life-pro- ducing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. You surely can have pretty, soft, lustrous Imlr, and lots of il, If you will Just get a 25-cenl boltle of Know-l- ion's Uanderinc from any drug store or toilet counter and try it as directed. A GOOD WINTER HABIT Many people dread winter because the sudden climatic changes bring grippe, rheumatism, tonsililis or bronchitis. But thousands ot well- informed men and women today avoid much sickness (or thetnselvesand their children by taking a lew bottles of Scolt's Emulsion to make richer blood, foilify the membranes of the throat anrlcliestandcrcatebody-ivarmth lorc- sisl EicVness. Soldiers at war receive cod liver oil; it will also strecjjtheD you. Gcoll Ei BOWBC, Tcrtnlo, OnL ih frtioi loaay i nai r if Germany no liiora whtre Ihe GtTniau rnertlianlmcn hai'R tied up nince ilic beginning of tlio war, waa Increased today from Mb 10 German aii- ciiorritl off ordered to clfjstr logellier EO ihtu it .Jit IJD more oaElJy watched and ad- ditional guards were placed aloaril. Lafolk'tc Blocks Wa-hlcglon, Apr. lion rcEolution declaring a. ciatc of war with Germany and directing llio lirusldc-nt to ivar against Ihe imperial German govcrnmt-nt lo successful lerinlnalloii was presented Ihe senate today. Senator Iliich- cock. for Hie forclgo relations com- mittee, asked the unanimous consent for Us Itnrac-dlalc consldcrallon. Sen- ator objccied and it vcnc over .uiider the rules for one day. Lover HOUEG Delays Washington, Apr. 3.--Consideration of tlic administration's ivar resolution hy the house foreign affairs committee was rostponed until tomorrow. n, Vi'orf) no hat atid Track, .V ill I parts of tiiii L ulalc IKT. ration of Ilrlllah prtsoncrs ot any sort A (second liural o: applause greeted liad tbkcn Placo' If the end of the day finds you weary or irri- table ,wi lh achinghead and frayed nerves.you need something to tone and strengthen the system. ._ are a remedy which quickly helps in restoring normal conditions. They acton the stomach, liver and bowels, and so renew the strength, and steady the nerves. A few doses of these, world -famed family pSla will Bring Welcome Relief lamb crops and large llcccen g time. Farmers Prtpare Farmers are anxiously awaiting the vent or spring so as lo ae otUor Lumiiar "crop. "'Preparations rapidly forward on over} nd looking to an early break (11 tbc Id nights. Nearly nil llio farmers back" from California, Utah anil licr potnls, and once warm weather me.1) tbc seeding season will be on ith n vengeance. One of the most itlccaulc fads about (ho delay in illjug onto Ibo lam] is that overy rnier ts optimUm pcrsoniflert. Every an feels sure of n successful season, nd ttio half-hearted atolludo ol a few cars ngo has completely cllsaijpcar- What tho country's ilily to produce, was lacking In 'he isl has uueu overwlielmlngly rcstor- d EolldlTicd during the past Uvo easons, Mngrnth will perhaps have larger acres to In this year Ihaa al ny tlmo In Hie past- Flower Show Prize llstr, for September's Ilower how have ueen compiled and oon be dlstribuled atnonp Irie patrons f the society. September 3 lias been ooked tbc eiliibltlon. To fur- icr encourage'n liealthler Interest in ivorJi, the Women's Instftulo Is ar anging to sell bed plants, cabbage nd tomato plants at a mini mam cost n Jtay 15. Constable Sullivan of (ho provincial ollce, in conjunction with Marshal lelvln Godfroy, Is busy -cleaning up ,10 liquor traffic In Afagrath. A couple i arrests have, already hecn made nit owing to a contusion in.the evt once tho trial resulted In an ,il wllh a sahtlHtory warning from he court. The authorities feel that altogether oo much baoza has been brought into ho district in contravention ot the [quor act and thrcntcu to warm the iluslvc trail of all altcgcJ artists. A conviction or two would doubtless ;ring about a healthy change In Hie present situation. meeting o[ the of dt re dor s and shareholders of the Magrath Tratltng Co., H. W. Brad shaw rc-elccled president: Bishop Lovl Ilarker, vlcc-prcsldciit, and CJeo- A. Hocking; of the firm. A. M. Alerklcy. J. B. ntrie, B. FlngTcc Tanner and J. .Alfred JUrle were- placed 6n the board of direc- tors. The nnnnal financial slotcrucnt read by the, manager, J. Alfred nirle, and IL showed tho business of tlio firm to be In a highly gratifying condition. Tho Trading Is rap- Idly forging nhcad and In Us substan- tial new brick homo expects lo trans net a larger business than crcr dur- ing the ensuing year. Dramatic Performance Tho Tnber Dramatic Co., played "Farm a quiet story o( love Simply Scrumptious! That is the idea, however it -may be expressed, that people always get about Som-Npr Biscuir You've p.o idea how crisp and tasty "sodas" can be until you have sampled the contents of the triple-sealed Som-Mor Carton. In Packages Only. As light refreshment try our Vanilla Wafers North-Wtst Biscuit Co., Limit td EDMONTON ALTA, i I 1 I I WIIEKE TO GO TOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE "The Slates" Come In Now that official action has struck off the fetters o! neutrality, our cousins across the Line are free to throw i their whole weight into the world's struggle for freedom v i and humanity. Unofficially and individually they have already contributed much to the Allied moral and financial support, in munitions and machinery, and by no means leaSt in those brilliant inventions for which they are famous. The Lewis gun, the Curtis hydroplane, and a wonderful submarine detetflor are products c-f their genius which in our i hands have done mosT: efficient work by land, air and sea while the American-invented, Canadian-made Gillette Safety Razor has been a friend indeed to our officers and men on active service everywhere. Much as men have appreciated the Gillette at home, its real test has come in barracks, billets, trenches and hospitals, and no article of equipment has proved more satisfactory. Those who have returned from the firing line speak with enthusiasm of the necessity of having a Gillette Safety Razor if the man at the Front is to enjoy a clean and regular shave. Mere is anyone dear lo you in Canada or Overseas without a (jillctlc and a good supply of blades, il's a chance, for you to do him a really good turn by completing his equipment ;