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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta u.vu.v AI'llllN. Going to the Pure Food Markets for their Easter Requirements THE FINEST THE CITY BUTTER SPECIAL Milk Fed Lamb, Spring Veal, Milk Fed Turkeys, Spring Chickens, Fancy Fowl Shamrock Creamery, per Ib. Crown Creamery, per Ib. 45c Finest Bonniebrook Dairy, per Ib. 40c SPECIAL-New; Laid Eggs, 2 dozen, for 65c P. BURNS GO. LTD. Main aiarUct, 3rd Avo. South Phonos 112 niul 13SS Dominion Market conuT Itli Avo. anil (itli 8., plume Palace Market, ISlhSli'oct Xorlli Phone -131 ASK FOR Shamrock Hams, Shamrock Peamealed Backs, Bacon Government Approved Products of Dependable. Merit Notice to Farmers! We supplied you willi help in the fall ofliHG ami several years bc- i'ore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS. TO MEET YOUR DEMAND. THIS YEAR FROM OUR .LETKEHIDGE i CALGARY OFFICES. Semi orders the PHONED .YOUR' "ORD'ERS, ui2 MM55, CALGARY. Jn '--b ft Harris to. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETH3RIDGE' CALGARY. uioval of ihpac friends eveu more deeply than he did. He did not (eel able to make a speech as he bad been cannonading so much lately lie was ruuning short of ammunition. The love and wishes ot all however, went with trie gifi. Mrs. Macintosh replied in a fcsr well clioseu words, tflvarIM Heral.11 Cardstoa, April and Mrs. Cook tntenalneU Tuesday alter- nocn latt in honor of Mrs. H. .Macln-! tbanklng tli_e donors of the hnndEornc lo--b shortly to take up i Mr. Macintosh said he was like her residence at Plncfcer The I Mr. Sierinsorj. had little ammunition gueats prereijL were: Mrs. A. X COOK, [loft, but he appreciated ftiHy the gift. Mrs. Gilmer, Airs. C. M. Fletcher, Mrs. f If he bad done ucyihing for the town M. Spcmrpr, Mrs. May, Mrs. C. A. Fer-jor the church it had only been his Mrs. (Dr.) Stacpool, Mr H. Macintosh, Mis. P. Best. "Wednesday afternoon Mrs. E. gaTe a. very delightful afternoon tea In honor oi Mrs. Macintosh. present were JLrs. Macintosh, Mrs. Best, Mrs. HT Slevinson, Mrs, A. N. Coot, JErs. Tuttle, Mrs. Wakcly. GagDehin, Keith, Scott, Mrs, I Wednesday of mentis frota Preshylerlan church surprised Mr. and Mrs'; Mac- intosh ai. their home and Rifer a. hil- arious time .spent in games'-pros en ted UK tonple wilh a rfuly, ami he liopert lo see good Uiings happen at Cardston. Abundant re- freshments were served, and at a late hour (he guests departed. Friday evening .Mrs. Wakely gave an enjoyable whist drive for Mr. and Mrs Macintosh, the guests being Mr. auil Premier Sifton Exposes Conservative Policy of Falsehoods qnd Slanders Mr. Michsncr's" Charges (Spr-cch of K. Miehener in Legis- lature last Wednesday as reported verbatim In the Calgary "Mr. Speaker: 1 hnve reason to be- lieve that ihesu bonds were not un- derwritten al Sfla4 as stated by Uio Provincial Treasurer in llic Btale-1 ment tabled In this house. In fatl, Mr. Speaker, (Ills statement that the loruls ivere underwritten, ul ib no[ Irue. The price at .which' those bonds were underwritten by -Lazanl Uros. Co- ot London, England, 01 and not us .staled ay (he nrovincial Irea- Mr. and P. llesl. Mr. and Mrs. E.j at were aclutllv un- Cookv-Miss Pickup and Mr. E. X. Bar- dcrwrlitcn, and the price given ker. '-Uy the Treasurer, Q.- c- makes a difference of approximately Mr.: and Mrs. Sievinson and little 5115.000. V.'l- have absolutely left Canlsloniun Tuesday morn-! reliable information that the lends !for -Aldergrove, U.C'i, where Mr. j were underwritten at OlVi nnd not at ing Sterinson has .bcpn _________ _____ _.. _v, pitcher and sii tumblers. .Presbyterian 'ivork tor thn lo Mr.'Speaker, the-only way the ensuing government "can the opyosi- Mr. the" year. The last, three days oi or the counify upon (his mailer gift, spoke oE tie sorrow with which the church irishds thought of the de- parture oi Mr. 'and Mrs. Macintosh, who had the church and the .own'-through many pusses. The los? be hard to all, and if he him- :re not on the eve ot departure to new fields he ivonld feel the re- stay in Cardston Mr. and Mrs. Stev-l'3 appointjrjg a commission to Tutlle. A. number of friends at Inson were the guests b( Sir" and Mrs., fully this transaction, .-13 1 well as ilio oilier charges made against the miniEler c: rnilrrajs in which the _ has nol protected." the station Tuesauy mnr good for ng to bid I their many courtesies Mr. and.Mrs. Stevin- son wish "to thank the Cards ton friends through thj "Herald. KU55 Horses and Mules Coining fl. Hollihan WILL AflRIVE 'AT J 3rtl. Witli two carloads of horses aori registered. _ 1 Registered Percheron Stallion 1 Reois'ered Clyde Marc and ColL 1 Trotting Stallion._ 1 Full Mare.' 1 have clso at my .1 Registered Percheron Stalilon. 1 Fudd Blood Perchcron Mare. 1 Registered Shorlhdryi Cow. 1 Registered Jersey Cow, Besides this registered .stock I have 22 head of horses and 20 head ot cows. Have four quarter sections of land for Eale. All above stock Ts for sale al SECTION 22-4-10, C. G. HOLLIIIAJyV Ai-BERTA AUCTION SALE of Horses, Cows. AlThe Ham ON FRIDAY, APRIL 6 AT ONE O'CLOCK 15 horses, mares, geldings, from 4 lo 8 years weighing from 1MO to 1500 Ibs. All broken- 15 cows, some fresh and some lo freehen soon. 2 Lumber wagons. 2 Democrats. 5 Sets new single harness. J. A. SMITH The Preniter's Replies Toronto, Ont., Mnrcli 30, 1917. C. H. Mitchell, Provincial Treasurer, Edmonton, Alberta, Apparenily two" distinct issues ore beins confused. Canadian Northern issue, IlrazcAii line, sold in 1311 and 191 to els syatlicate throuuli al incty-ono anil one-half, which, less: MounlnCn minstrel took pla djustnicnl expenses and Interest, toiilghl nl IIOUBC at 13lB n-as TO credit niorc. "jpforo a crowilcd liousc. f the trustee. Two ypnra hlcr- The men ot botli mines arc back prlng u( issue, ot one 311.07 uui; liVlc day. LOJI three hundred and tiveuly tliouF.' .nd t'anadtan Northfirn TII bonds, were Lazard's al itghty-nine am) threc-quaricrs, (he :tale'mor.t ol which you Itavfi. Have .sked to cable, you direct con- rmlng niatterc. (Mr.-Mllchbll is auditor ot the Can- ilian (Pcorii Our Own Frank, April 3.---J. R. McDonald anil Ilrown led. Inst nlglil for Kd- rnonloi'. aiiJ CalEiry lliinl iiGrlorinanrG or Ihe Onal P. M. Sliorvs-ln, nilnfni; ebginoci; for the Franco-Can ad! an Collcrics. has re slEiictl to accept the position o[ clni'l engineer for the Maryland Coal Com Classified KORSALE (Agi-icylUiral) FOJT S A Two fresh. cows, one (I one Shorthorn. Phono lv miles nortli of Iho it' farm. loose, da- Apiily J. Hard- RS15. (TATTI.K FOH Cable LondoD. April 2. Provincial Treasurer, Edmonton, Canadian Northern Western bonds purchased by us al eigiily-iiinc ami FD-fiuErlers, p.nd iverc ihcn under- wrillen lo public at ninety-one and half, vrc paying all brokerages and costs of Lssue. Rrazeaii matt or was underwriUen. oy Bcleian syndicate Iti which vrc wore only participanls, all enquiries for definite. Information hould he addressed to Syndicate Baririuc Doutrcmcr, llnjs- sels. understand price was ninety-one and half; never Is- sued lo public niul many participants have since imrchase, solil holdings [iri valely at loss'of twelve per" cent. LAXAUL) JJHOS. pany o( West" Virginia. Mr. helffirs and CXJWE. nil grade-Shorthorn crcpecls to leave before Iho.ond cf month for his new position. Messrs. II. master mechanic-, and D. Mulr, pltlos's, have resigned anil will leave Fiank al the end of ihn monlL. Mr. j "Alex FerKusoiv assistant chiaf cn-j "But ilidn't tell you that Ihe Eineer (o the Heparlnient of Rail-.vavj j Alberta govcrnmenl only paid out 1 and Canals, .OUaivn, finds ihe cost of the Grande Prairie section up I to September 30. the date on which Iiia report Is made, was per mile." I'-OO per mile, and that even .alter care- ful Investieailon )jy an engineer of in- lernaliontil repulnllon sill! have a margin of and where Mr. J. D. Me Arthur bas a profit. I fail to see." CARRY X FULL LINE OF Repairs for all Makes r of Engines GEAR'S, por.KER RATES. ETC. We are well up to and huVC.the expert lo "do hlgli grade VJork on all kinds of re- pnlrs.lo gas or steam engines. Get your engine overhauled In good'shape early, repair all'kinds of machin- ery. Our deep pump IG built for conditions in Alberta. See it, fi, KISCIFEL of The Letlibrtdgc Iron White Faces, In (rood .condition There l.i sonic gone! gcnllo mllli In llic Imncll, will sell cows suparalo anil hcitcrs separate Ic alilt juirchascMv J. II. 1'ratikcl. 1'. O. Boi C27; Phono Letbbritlgc. l-'Oft foorl sound: ivork horses. C anJ S ye.vrs olcl.'wolslit 2300 Ibs. Apply 1M9 13th SI. S.- FOI1 30 sows due lo (afrow froru one Lo three Apply pliono R or liox Ilcralil- St KOIl ShorLlioru sure sinck getter. 4 years old. 1'horic IUH ij jor npply al KnlKhl's Ip.rm.iy. miles npiUi of llu1 farm. K-fi Foil nnd cnlf. Inlsu two cows to [reshc'ii soon. Apply JG. A. Dainty. 233 lilli SI. N. n Ayrshire Lull com- I ing four year old. Will -lie sold cheap. Address 12, N'oblclonl, Alln. KOI! potaloes, nuro Cold Coin, II.SO per husricl, f.o.b. 3tallon I'urplc SprlngB. bags. Ad- dress The Riverside Ranching Co., I Ltd., Purple Sprinrs. Alfa. I SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At TABER, Alta. On Thursday, April 5 AT 1.00 P.M. -10 Iicnd exceptionally fine" work Iini'.scs, frnni to loOO Geldings and marcs, 3, -1 and o years old. All mares bred lo imported Clyde Stallion. Also Registered Clyde, .Stallion. TERMS OF CASH; BANKABLE PAPER ON BALANCE. LeVALLEY, Auclior.scr E. C. PECK, Owner LABOR L. L. Hartmsn, provincial government agent (Dept- of Ag- rTculture) for the distribution of farm labor in the Lelhbridge District has taken offices in the Board of Trade building. Lelh- bridge. Office runners. Requiring- Shfluld in touch with Mr. Harlman at once and Farmers should state wages and cljss of men required. Laborers Requiring work will be directed if they will call at.the office. Prospective Ilninc.sccUcrs Will also receive information re- garding available homesteads In Ihe province nnd be supplied with maps, etc., by Mr. H-irlman. H. S. PUPILS IN FJUN j r'OIl nmL mules; cx- ceirtlonnlly dcsirnDln 7 year nld ranrc 'nnd n 5 year old gcliling. welshl 1700 jibs. N'o Keller learn. Also team ot J i I year olds, 1300 EOldltlBS. Twn pair of young, heavy perfectly broken muks. Call Unrn. SI. nud 4lh Avc. .or plionc lllVi. The Kasl U.K-A. liars rncfinllj- Ul.onVn department ot ciiucalion al i Hie mailer of allouMng pupils of tlicl high school who wort on (he during the spring work, to have (heir Svfinding nf tor wards iti lliu niitlfium-! nipr on ?omc form of I nlDrit without being rcriukcd lo The dcpuiy minuter of education hus replied now to (ho effect'that cc-rlatn cscniplioiis arc lo Le nllowcd pupils i of grades 'J nnd 1C1, who nre employed In farm v.'ork subsequent lo April anrt TV III hr, allowci promotions on proiHicilon nf certiflcatea from the principals. For pnplln of fcrailcrt 11 -rtiirt 12 PO employed m Jarms ccr- Lain rcduclions In rc'juircmculs In the examinations will he made. This. o( course, tiiR.1 Ihci pupils of grarln.i 11 rvnil 12 on tlic farms will h-ivo lo write nn The oxanis ss usiial. hni will not have to fulfil the A: requirements ns those pupils not h.'-cn employed in farm work. A COMPLICATED Htauvnls Calhcflral .Ihrrc is j [clock which Is composed of scp- pieces, having dlal-platcs- clock gives the time in the hip ie-ip'lats of Ihe as well as the Ifital hour, (he <5ay of liic week anil month, the rising an-! or llic Fully modern house .on 6lh Avc. A., S. Six rooms and b.llh, full concrtto bjsemcnt. First class condition. A snap for cash or would consider terms. APPLY: CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR DAVIDSON 32-0 ,FOK Ilarl-l'arr yas.lrac- lor, seven plows, brenlier and stubblo iliotloma; Jusl overhauled UirmiRlioul; engine can bo seen nl l.cllilirldKC Iron Emiuire Karmers' .-Lumber Co. (or terms. PlfonB'SlG.'.V. FOR licaii --naliyo cattle 'Krailc Hereford and Rhorlliorns, one, j nnd llirce year olds, and .cows, I about, twelve to calve In May ami I June. All young. Apply 21. -9C-I] furrow Oliver !gaiiK plough, nearly new, In'sections or four ami used cno reason and plouglicil iibonl one huudr'cA ncres. Will lie "Ohl clicap. Drawer K, Uadaliy, Alia. sun. the of the moon anil ltdta, well r.s oihtr infnrma- Section All 2 miles from Wilson Ciding, 160 acrce summeif.nl low, 90 acres new breaking. Alt can be cultivated. i-UI.OO per acre. EASY TERMS FIFTH 3TREET S. WOIII.D'S IllOCOIIIJ MAKQUIB StlF.I) WIIKAT 'or sale: per buslicl. ear- InU; grown C. S. Kohlc, Esq., Xolilcforrl. American While nanner Srcd OalE, S3c tmshcl. Agents, J. liar- riB ft Co.. I'liono 1112 XclbbrlrlEc; M4455 'Calgary.' A. J.Blackburne Co. Acadia 8. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Al) Iliosc havlns .houses .for salo 'arc reiucsted Iri lls'l (hem wilh ii? as wc'.hay'e .liuycra. PHONE 10S4 ;