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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AYKDXESDAY, APRIL 3, 1918 Li____a-u--_______...... . � DAILY IIKRALD PAGE SlyVEN TAKE KNIGHT LAND Advance Guard Now Looking it W Over-Also Big Land W Firm Southern Albania's unprecedented Influx of now settlers may shortly include the movoment from North Dakota of a whole Monnontte colony, It a deal now pending ia comminuted. .Tli\ Taper is also closed down for the same reason. The fact that the Lethbridge mines aro working is proof of the oft-made assertion that the coal from this district, is by far the bessl prod tied, in I lie west in that, it has better storage qualities. Tho prairie dealers will m,i store the Edmonton or Drumheller coal unti Hate ip the slimmer season because of tho loss dm: to slacking. Keeping Up Shipments The Lethbridge mines lire keeping up their shipments In very good shape. All have enough orders ahead to keep tho initios liil�y}-iH)l tthrv end-o( April. It is possibly m.ay be stack, but June will find all Che dealers busy once more stocking up for the fall season. In-any event, there should not be a greater slack period than one month. More miners are now available owing to the c!o:,-ii)g of the mines in the Drniiilicllei- field, ay many of th'em have drifted to the southern camps, ami if a fairly steady number run ran be secured it: looks as if this field would he in better shape (or men next winter than they wore in I lie season just closed. AVfNG IN DUTY ON ; POST OFFICE RETURNS CUSTOMS RETURN I'ost office figures for the month of .March arc given below: 1!�17 J�1R Slump sales ,. S 5.257.07 $ 4.1)-10.22 .Money elders ismied .. .. ::l,!l?,r>.42 Ilti.Sifl.fir. Money orders paid...... 2:'>.722.'.',5 I'.l.U-l'.I.Sti Total business ?i;s.;"i28.7" $�7,MI.S(lj Are These YOUR SYMPTOMS? Pains in the Hack or Siile-i, Constant Headaches, Swollen Joints, Urinary Troubles, Stone or Gravel? Von will Cud the remedy in the box below-* FOR ANIMALS KILLED Ottawa, Apr. 3.-A bill will be introduced by the minister of agriculture at the present session Increasing the amounts to be paid by the government to the owners of animals slaughtered under the operation of the Animal Contagious Diseases Act. The amount to be paid must not exceed in tho case of grade animals $200 for �ach horse, $80 for each head of cattle and $20 for each hog or sheep. In the case of pure bred animals the amount to be paid will not exceed 500 for each horse, f 260 for each head of cattle and ?73 for each pig or sheop. These amendments to the act ara to remain in force for three yearH. THEIR SHARE Toronto, April 1.-Tim Torontos, Wnuing players in the Stanley Cup Ramos, each received $289 of the gate money and the Vaneouvers, the losers approximately $200 each. Important Auction Sale AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS 8. O. E. BUILDING, TENTH ST. SOUTH FRIDAY Next, Apr. 5th AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including: Very handsome diiiing suite in quarter cut oak, comprising set of chairs, round extending table and buffet; handsome fumed oak rockers, upholstered in solid leather; very fine fumed oak library table; child's high chair in solid oak; splendid brass bed with box springs and Ostermoor mattress; very pretty bedroom suite in. wjijte,, enamel, comprising dresser and dressing, table; bed with springs and Ostermoor mattress; Oak occasional tables; mahogany rocker; wicker den chair; sanitary lounge; jardiniere, stand; Aitnlnster carpet square; kitchen range in good condition; Singer Sewing machine and a number of smaller items. SALE AT TWO P.M. PROMPT ' TERMS CASH y PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" HAVING PURCHASED ALL THE ELORIOQE RANCH CO. HORSES WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Pertheron Mares All broke. That can be seen at BONNELL'S BARN, LETHBRIDGE. We also have 40 head of good range mares. Moat all in foal but not all broken that can be sold at the right price. Also 25 Good Yearlings All halter broke and have been stabled all winter and aro In extra good condition. Would like to sell before they have tu be turned out. Bonnell & Luckey Livery and Feed Barn Lethbridge Winnipeg, April .V-Th,- weather throughout the prairie provinces re-mains cool and dry, precipiiation being reported at. only oae poin!. Battle-ford, Susk.. during. Hie ]a:--t. i went y-t'oiir hours. Temperatures are moderating and the forecast is for fiih* and milder weal her in the next, few rtuys. Flt't.o,en to twenty degrees of frost was the, average lowest lompern-ture over the prairie hist niglir. At Elbow, Susk.. it was only six above zero and at Brooks and Coronation, Alts., the temperature dropped to two degrees above. tin ill' by a The past increase. > largest in point a falling mi. the If (here was any doubt Ihal the farmers of ihc wist were enjoying some advantages from Die recent changes it would be dispelled visit to the customs braneh her monthly revenue, which lor ih year has shown a steady � past month, one of t li months in the year as a rub of customs clearings, shows off. On enquiring tin- rea Herald was told that it was due io the removal of I lie dut.j' on tractors valued at $1,400 or less nt the factory. On one day during the month, tractors worth �20,000 on which the duty would have been over ?(!.00O under the old schedule, were cleared free. There is no doubt that, if the fluty hail still remained on tractors the monthly clearing would have been $100,000 or over. As if. was the clearings for March' were $45,171.2S as against ?48, years old; 1 cow, fresh 2 mouths, 5 years old; !> steers, ;: years old; 2 steers, 2, years old; 1 steer, 1 year old; 1 grade Shorthorn bull. 2 years old. HOGS: 4 registered Poland China sows, all have pigs with then). 5 grade Poland China sows due to farrow soon. 70 chickens. IMPLEMENTS: 2 150- bus. tanks and wagond; 2 wagons with bundle racks; 1 3-tiar wagon box; 1 Massey-Harris binder, ,S ft.; 1 DeeriiiK binder. S ft.; 1 Frost & Wood binder. 8 ft. with flax attachment; 2 8-foot discs; 1 fanning mill; 1 Deering mower; I Deer-ing rako; 1 new Van Brunt press drill, double disc; 1. Deerin? 22 single disc drill; 1 Massey-Ilarris double disc drill; 1 John Oeere spring tooth cultivator; 1 Jlassey-Harris cultivator; 1 lohu Deere gang plow; 1 Massey-Harris sulky and breaker bottoms; 1 2(i-foot Boss harrow; 1 single buggy, pole and shafts, nearly new; 1 line shaft, pulleys and hangers; (! sets double team harness in good: repair; i set single harness; 10 new sweat pads; number of horse collars; 1 new DeL-nval separator with power attachments; 1 new ltj. hp. engine; 1 new submarine; 1 hand on washing machine; full equipment of blacksmith tools; 1 Maxwell touring car, 1917 model; 1 gasoline drum; forks, shovels and other articles too numerous to mention; 500 bushels of oats; ;! tons of hay; 2 tons of potatoes. FURNITURE: Complete household effects of. (i roomed house, all furnished. ~~ TERMS: All sums of 110.00 and under, cash; over that amoui*. 8 months credit on furnishing; approved joint, notes with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts; or 6 per c,ent. off for cash. Everything Will Be Sold As The Proprietor Has Sold His Farm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. C. MAHAN, GEO. W. HETHER8HAW, J. A. SMITH, Proprietor Clerk Auctioneer Auction Sale FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm, I will sell by Public Auction Without Reserve, at Sec. 8-2-24, Kimball District, 4 miles South of Woolford, 10 miles South-East of Cardston, 13 miles South of Raley, on Thursday, April 4, 1918 " AT 10.00 A.M. SHARP HORSES: 1 gray mare, 4 years old; 2 gray mares. 5 years old.; 1 gray mare, 12 years old; 1 bay mare, 10 years old; 1 brown mgre. 7 years old; 1 sorrel mure, ft years old; 2 black geldings, 10 years old; 1 black gelding, 8 years old; 1 black gelding, 12 years old; 1 gray gelding. S years old; 1 bay gelding. 3 years old; 1 brown gelding, ;i.years old; 1 bay colt, 2 years old; 2 black colts, 1 year old; 2 suckers; 1 saddle horse, (1 years old. CATTLE: S milch,cows; .1 cow with calf at foot: 3 ?.-year old heifers; " 2-year o)d heifers; 4 calves; 1 2-year old bull. HOGS: f> 2-year old brood sows; 1 8-ivtonlh bid brood sow; 2 8-niuiith old boars. MACHINERY: 1 Kentucky press drill, new; 2 binders; 2 gang plows; 1 disc plow; 1 barrow; 2 8-foot discs; 1 wagon and rack; 1 box wngon; 1 tank wagon and ;0; 1 bav horse, 10 years old, -weight 1100; 1 bay horse, 8 years old. weight-1600; 1 bay horse, 3 years old. weight 1150; 1 roma norse, ',i years old, weight 1100; 1 sorrel gelding, 4 years old, weight 1400; 1 bay gelding. 12 years old, weight 1400; 6 or 7 other good work horses not described. CATTLE: 1 registered Shorthorn bull, � years old; 1 registered bull, 4 years; 1 white face bull, .nearly eligible to register; 1 good milk cow fresh, 3 .years; 10 cows, age from 3 to 7 years. FARM IMPLEMENTS: S good binders, 4 McMormlck and 2 Peering; 2 old binders; 1 MeCormiek mo-wer and vake; 1 Cockshutt cultivator; 1 14-iuch John Deer gang; 1 lG-inch John Deere sulky; 1 Hart-Pair engine 30-00; 1 Pioneer 15-S0 gas engine, nearly new; 1 4-bottom LaCrosse self lift engine gang complete with stubble and breaker bottoms and 1 extra share for each plow; 1 5-section barrow; 1 4-gection harrow; 1 3-sectioii harrow; 1 Acme harrow; 6 new wagons suitable for bundle rack or a handy farm wagon; 1 new iron wheel wagon; .1 John Deere manure spreader, nearly new; 2 bundle racks and wagons; 2 bundle racks; 1 set blacksmith tools; 1 new ;u.j Winona wagon with Winona 125 bushel grain tank; :{ disc harrows, C and 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe press drill; 1 democrat and 1 buggy; 4 sets of good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 1 potato cultivator; 1 iron float. 12 feet; 4 Hansmau engine binder hitches; 1 scalding vat. grindstone, pitch forks and other articles too numerous to mention; 1 15001b. truck scale; 1 Fairbanks wagon scale, 10,000 lbs., absolutely new not unpacked front factory; 'A Van Brunt, double disc pr�*s drills, nearly new. and 1 5-horse Galloway Cias Engine and Grain Loader located at Wrentham Station. Parties interested may inspect same before day of sale. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new; 2 churns; 5 iron bedsteads, brass trimmed, mattresses and springs; 1 sofa; :! heating Htoves; 1 high oven range; 1 McClary range-: 1 sideboard; 1 dresser; 1 writing desk; 1 kitchen cabinet; 2 gasoline stoves; cupboards; tables; chairs and other household articles too numerous to mention. T�RMS: All sums of $10.00 and under, CASH; over that amounts credit to Novernber 1st, 1918. Purchaser giving note with approved security, bearing 8% interest from date. 10% discount for cash on credit amounts. ~ FREE LUNCH AT NOON L. I. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer KE88LER BR08., Proprietor* M. Q. GORDON, Clerk ;