Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR tHE DAltT MONDAY, ffbc Ifoecalb HIDcita DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, per year..... by inaM. per year...... .Weekly, by mall, per year---- 1.00' TELEPHONES: Business Qfllce Editorial Office Western Cimada with lutolllgciil pro- ducing fannora, mill with tlie [arm ore there In finding for thorn proper miirkoiB, aro Uio two iUB neodi at the present time ID the Western Cnniullnji situation.'' If goremiiieat nt Qttauw wosld take Mr. RobiQE' udvlco, and once wake to QIC realization thnt Cnmida's crying nood IB more intelligent aid tlie -agricultural industry Instead of creating new Jobs for party workers, there, would be nothing to worry over as to Canada's prosperity, mid her credit abroad would soou be as sound us danhU ud men MniUry ud Mid Win to Wjr I Wall Board As tlie indicates, this is dcsipictl cive tlie max- inniDi service nnd it is Eold it the most reasonable price. It is used extensively in houses, bungalows, temporary and per- manent booths, faciorici, oflices, etc. For sale by dealers everywhere Ge f.xKss Mfg. Csapsay oHTiat and SalUinj faptrt N.-T.rkCt, ktoa Alliit. Ckvrfud Drfrrf Sl.Uiii SKM? At nch of onr biff make the fol- lowlnir producU: Ouldotrr Pilnb ShhiUSlilM. T.rCc.fiM Pilct M M 31 WILL S London, April Crammond the expert statistician, speaking "The Cost After from a m of statistics, estimated its total and indirect cost up to July 31 next (on the -assumption of continued active and universal hostilities) at The total cost to the Allies he estimated-as whil andimligbsLion. In aaoUicr, blood diaordfln> that show in pimples, boils and lowered -vitality. You simply cannot neglect constipation and escape.some eor'-.; ious penally in tho form of ill-health. by it gathers force to strike you iu some vital function. Don'.t nogloct c'onBti'patioD fortify yourself ngninst all the disorders that follow in ita by tho sn vsseenf There is Done other like it or nearly n good. Concentrated in Abbey's ore all the beneficial extruded from juices of pure fresh fruits. AvoU cathwtic drugfl. Abbey's Salt iu made ID Cumda tad through years of demonstrated- efficacy bos earned the commendation of. thtf highest medical authorities. Ths Medical Officer of Health for London, England, has said: I i t every moraine and i t keeps in tho best of health and spirits." Sold by J. D. HIGINJBOTHAM Co., ttd.> Everywhere here aud work out with Atadejn ERBS AND BULGARIAN IRREGULARS FIGHT Paria, April between Serbian troops and Bulgarian irregu- ars have broken out'along.the border. An official statement Issued1 "at.Nlan, Serbia, as forwarded 'to.'.the-Haras gays the Bu-jgarlana over- whelmed the Serbian frontier guards and occupied Serbian territory. Rome Ii Concerned Rome, via J'aris, April news or the invasion of Serbia by Bulgarian Irregulars caused a (leap, impression jhere, tbe fear being entGrtaincd In of- ficlal quarters that may .be the jspark which CQUBCH a-nevi'. explosion In the Balkans. Tbe Giornale d'Halia a'ays that what occurred at Vallandovo'was actually a battle, and can hardly. c'lRBHed; In tbe category of frontier-Incidents. BIG MORGAN COMPANY IN HANDS New York, April Internation- al Mercantile Marine organized by jj. P. Morgan, and controlling a I'.eet of steamsolpe plying' between the United States and .Europe, was placed in the hands nl a receiver, to- day by the Federal Court- The recelv- er named wai P. A. 8- Franklin, president of the compaffy. Action ag-; the company vas taken by the' New York Trust Co., trustee of Us per cent: collater.il trust bonds. Interest oh which .has defaulted. Tbe proceedings are understood to bo friendly, Mr..Kr8Dlc- lln was placed under a bond, and wan empowered to of conptay.' his horses do ve-'only one train a week we have d an. average of nearly one every her day, V good many work' horses have anged hands at auctions and priv- e sales here this last two weeks at very reasonable prices. Two reasons- for this year and see if he can QO j f hia ,arR need f CMh and tbe w h better that way. f The snow is going slowly. Perhaps it is best that way. The farmers ,ace Alex. Donovan of Lone Star, anxious to get on" tbe land. IE .at Jlctlaw .Satnrtlay evening ther conditions are good, seeding will from Iowa with his car of immigrant be general April 5th. goods just in iimc to. commence his John Broderson has put up a newUpring work. There arc more to fol- windmill. With a good well like his j low. -Iowa is. not scared because Al- he.will be one of tlic lucky ones., 'Iferla. did not get .a bumper crop The roads are very bad, cspccijnly last .year. Watch the hands on the south of Rellav, and farmers have dial of our future and be of good had a time to haul home feed and, cheer.: seed. The government gives 3000 fts. oE ground feed and one ton to each. If there is to be any summcc- "SEVEN, .SEAS" TORPEDOED follow or breaking done they- .will f NeWhuveri, England, April need more soon. -British' Bteapier Seven Seas, or 632 TrafTic has been good on tfur 'line tons, was torpedoed by a German aub- this.year. While we are supposed to marine 'olf- Beacby; Head this after-; GERMANY'S SHORTAGE OF COPPER noon. The attack was iHlhout "warn- ing, .and-eleven of her -'era IT of. eigh- teen, includlDg all officers, except the BBConti engineer, were' drtfwned. graphic Illustration. copper in Gtrmany, he nbhool children have'bcan inslmctcd .to b'rlng. till. tne copper articles they. to school. the result of one day's collection JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM LANDS NEAR BARONS, ALBERTA -Pursuant., to .Judgment and. Final Order for sale tliere will be offered for sale In tho Post Office at. Barons, AJberta, subject to tie conditions; resorvatioos expressed in the original Grant from the Crown, or In.-tlie.exist- ing Certitlcate ot Title -with "the ap- probation of a Judge or of the Supreme -Court-.of. Judicial District of Edmonton. foy.Bt. .Popham, Auctioneer, at or In front of.the post office at Barons, Alberta, oh Saturday Hie IQlh day 'of -April, 1915; at the lour of n o'clock in the forenoon, the North East -Quarter, ol" Township Eleven .Rungs Twenty-four West' of the Fourth Meridian, in the PrdviaCB of Alberta. The Vendor is Informed lhaf .the land s Bliuatefl about ]2 miles to the near-. est town: 4 miles to Hie at Kenlx; mllc.to the nearest school, and 12 miles to the nearest grain ele- vator. The soil is a chocolate loam with clay suWsoll. There are 125 acres cultivated- .There'are .20 summer fallowed, and the balance Is gliib'ble. .There Is a house 141-16, Bhingle roof, and a Tilth board roof. There is one well. Tho land ia all fenced and. cross fenced with Cednr 'and Willow posts, two wires. Tlie sale ie subject to B reaerTe ibM which lias been Hied by the Mailer.' per cent, of tlie pur- chase money is to be paid'at the lime of the sale and the balance li to paid into Court'wlthin ilTty day! with- out interest to the credlt-.of'.thll ac- tion, or 10% 'at the time cf Mle, 15% within thirty days without interest, sli montln with iiiierest at' 8% and the toy executing n Mortgage to thft. Pialntlfl oii the usual form, of .the Company fur Tcii years scniitive annual with in- terest Qt payable hilfrycai'lyi or> repayahle by innlalmenta u- niially and the balance ebd-of the ten years. L In other respects the term! and COD- dltlons of isale will be .the standing conditions of cale of the Supreme Court of Master. further iiarllculen ijplr to Messrs. Emery, Newell, Ford, Bolton t Edmonton, AJ- berta Dated this lElh ilar of March, 1116 Y( No. Clerk Court.