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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1918 THF. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD r'ATiE SEVEN Gets Presentation--Sad Accident to Young Lad-Women's Institute (From Our Own Correspondent) Row Island, Anril 4.-The home-of rir. and Mrs. J. II. Faterson of Bow Avenue,' was the scene of a very tie-3 ifjiitful affair on Tuesday evening, vlicn the parishioners of all Saints church met to pay respect and say goodbye to Mr. Firth, a valued and active member of the congiegatlou; Mho left today for Winnipeg- where ho will report to the Royal Flying Corps. During the evening Mr. Firth was presented with art' ' elegantly fitted kit-sack as a token Of appreciation of tlie splendid service ho has rendered the members of All Saints church during his popularity as organist and member, i �' Mr. E. Foults who has been located In Kedclii'fe during the winter months has returned to his farm south of town. Mrs. E. Thompson, ' First Avenue, has returned after u pleasant visit with relatives in Calgary. Friends will bo glad to learn that Mrs. MacLcun of Winnifrcd, who recently broke her ankle, is progressing favorably and hopes to be about us usual at an early date. Mr. Cook,'gas superintendent, spenl the week end with his family in Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. MacWilliams and family who have resided in Medicine Hat during the winter returned home on WESTMINSTER Standing of ptpils for this term to date. Names arranged in order of merit: Grade VIII. A. Cameron, M. Wardman, M. Smith, L. Bennett; G. Bennett, P. Taylor, B. Olander, B. llivltr, H. Gowin, T. Allan, N. Geiger, W. WaUwork, T. Christie, L. Hendenstt'om, J. Me-Nulty, M. Fowler, V. G.'anvillc. Grade VII. Hilda Morris, May Ai.netts, John ttae, Charles Ascroft,' Harry- Taylor, Nellie Funnel, James Kfi'r-san, and Daisy Holmes equal;' Clara Heaton, Dorothy Doe, Hazel heid-Jean Chalmers, Gordon Jones, .Toe "Foehe. �Ver-ner Norman, Lizzie Wishart,- Phyllis Whitton, Tom Arnold, Lizzie Ward, Harry Chapman, Ethel Hurst, Bella t^Smeed. Inez Wilson, LiMie- Sumner, Tom Stevenson, Nora Mockford, Will Patching, Joe Myers, Flora Cain, Reginald Grist, Allan Watson, Jea^i Alexander. 1 Grade VI. - ' � Dora- Mellar, Hajrrier. Steakley, Alberta Rose, Dora Noel, Alice Ross, Ethel Dodd, Bessie Baird, Cecil' Clarke, Allan llidpath, Ethel Larsen, Jesse Watson, John Wvlie, John Mc-Nah. Grade V. * Catherine I'eake, Irene Simpson, Edith Impett, -Ethel Alien, . Alfred Westcott, Willie Knowlden, iris Glan-vilte, ina Jones, Harriet Carter, Helen Morden, Willie Giles, Jocelyn Bark- j-J, ley, Annio Kerr, Margaret Reid, Mary McGowan, Bessie Wilson, Norman Desmond, Ella Waterhouse. Richard Coultry, Evelyn* Ford, Harry Swing- Ralph Stuple, Yarl Sundgust. Mildred Williams, Daisy Baird. Class A.-Ivy Rodshaw, Roy Montgomery, Lucy Hunt, Agnes McGowan, Ella Murray, Mary Shaw, Willia Tick-ner, Kenneth Aitkin. v H. E. LAVIGNOUR, M.P., Mayor of Quebec, and, representative for Quebec County, who is v the* father oil twenty children. CLOTH to iDttor part of February, it will supply workmen engaged in war industries with working garments. All such clothing 'for women and men will bo withdrawn from the open market ami distributed only by the imperial board. A new method, the papers sny. lms been discovered for the manufacture of linen from paper. Such cloth nii.y be boiled and washed, it is added, "without danger of lulling apart." New York, N.Y., Apr. n.-Clothes, i stockings and thread now are being '� distributed to the working men and' women of Germany by the Imperial j Clothing Distributing board. Accord-1 ing to new measures announced by j the board in the Uoruiau press in the I STEAMER STRUCK ROCK Vancouver, Apr. 4.-The C. P. R, :dearner Tees, plying between this lily, Victoria and the west count of Vancouver Island points, struck Zero Horeh 2Gth, after spending the winter nl Kingston, Ont., the guest of his mother. The Young People's Parliament of the United Church lielil'a very pleasant social .in the church" on Friday evening. * I Rev. :Her?iug,> is spending a few days in Edmonton. Mr. Frank Sutton left on Tuesday for Ketlaw, � having spent the Easter holidays' with his family here- Mr. Wm. Stephenson was the weekend guest at the Reid ranch. Many friendB in this district will be so'rry to learn that the eldest son of Mr. George Schutz accidentally broke his arm while cranking a ear a week ago Sunday.' Mrs. E.jSickles (formerly Miss McLean) has taken the Winnifred schaol for the coming teaching term. The Altar Society of St. Michaels church was delightfully entertained at the home of Mr. llalloran, Bell Street, this afternoon. Successful Bull Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, considerable success attended the ball given under the auspices of. the local chapter pi the .Re-bekah: lodge. The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed as delightful music made dancing a distinct pleasure. The refreshments which were in charge of the ladies of the Red- Cross Society, brought the gratifying sum of $22. Mrs. C. H. Bell. First Avenue, is at present, in Calgary attending the Sunday school convention. Mr. William Newconibe who has been making an extended visit in eastern Canada has returned home. Mr. McNaught has purchased a new Ford. ' Mrs. F. J. Henderson left on Tuesday for Lethbridge where she will be thii guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. Henderson. Members of the' Women's Institute are requested to be present at the regular, monthly meeting being held in the rest room oh Saturday afternoon, April 20th. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurd, Olnuist Street, are celebrating their fortieth wedding anniversary today.  Sad Accident A very sad accident"1 occurred on Sunday at the home of Mrs, AnciQn, when her son Nikolas was seriously injured. The iit tie lad was standing on the step of a visiting automobile and in some manner lost his balance when the car started falling beneath the body, the back wheel passing over him Just" above the knees. He 'was immediately rushed to the Medicine Hat hospital where medical attention was given his painful injuries. We are glad to be able to state he is reported aB progressing very satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Symthe have arrived from Kingston, Ont. They have located on the farm of Mr. R. Rekl, where they will remain the summor. Mr. Arthur Mack has returned home after a trip in the Cardstqm district Prior to his departure for Winnipeg, Mr. Firth was presented with a fountain pen fby the staff of the Bank of U. N. A. Mrs. Fred Taylor, First Ayenue, left. Dn Good Friday for Montana, where she will be tho guest of her brother, She was accompanied \>y Mr. and Mrs. Antrim, who huve been her guests for ieveral weeks. : I Back From War Mr. Robert Sargeant returns* v%t. (ran, who has been nearly four years Grade IV. Sr Violet Fich'ten, Grade Kerr, Stanley Turner, John Watson, Myrtle Stevenson, Ewart Hodgins, Elsie Clayton, Bessie Waterhouse, Violet Logan, Nora Leavitt, Arv'id Larson, Violet JLowe, Archie Jones, Myrtle Hyssop, J3en Binning, Walter Geiger Edith Barkjey, Thelma Dodd, Molly Waltjon, Doris-Roberts, John Fuller. Grade fV. Jr. May McNulty, Joe Chaplow, George Wylie, Isabella Rao, KatlKe Baird., Phyllis Payne, Herbert Williams, May Vines, 'John Anderson, Irene Winnicotte, George Glanville," Donald McNab, George Morden, Tom Johnstone, Harry Mockfordr Gladys Hod-gins, Sidney Peake, Irene Freeborn, Bernard Knibbs, Henry Figg. Grade III. Sr. Phyllis White, Madgo Annetts. Norman Arnold, Tom Grant, Arthur Lacy, James Carter, Isabelle Dodd, Leonard Binning, Willie Moralee, Janet Scott, Jack Hayward, Eris Greenhalgh, Grace McNulty, Marguerite Matthews, Muriel Clarke, Homer Thomson, Margaret Roberts, Edna' Olander, Lloyd Anderson, Clarence Larson, Nellie Mercer, Mary Morden, 'Winnie Desmond. George Fuller, Lily Howes, T6m Parki Arthur Bedster, Eliaabetli Gilbert, Annie Carter. Grade III. Jr. Doris Rose. James ftowker, Adam Donaldson, Viola Steeple, Reuben Carter, Winnie' Gurr, Lilian Ford Kenneth Hudson, Willie Howes. Grado II. Sr. \ Harold Allen, Chrissie Horn, Har.o!d Westcott, John Jauiieson, Jimmie Wishart, Hazel Jones, Kitty Knowl-den, Chrissie Baird, Nora Jackson, Berte Ingram, Phyllis Turner, Kitty Lillian Leonard Mockford, Caroline Hansen. Grade I. Sir. Jean Buss. Bessie Seargeant, Nora Hayward, Nina Seargeant, Ruby Rose, i Ivan Thomson, Kathleen Donaldson! Wilfred Shreeve, Harry Knowols, Eric Clayton, Mildred Sullivan, Eva Mount, Edna Faulkner, Willie Kergan, Harold Wilson, Lee Lenge, Jack MacCallum. Wilfred Russel, Garfield Freeborn, Bert Filnicr. Gratie II. Jr. Annie Hall, Ernest Flinn, David Birrell, Edith Howes, Isabel White. Gordon Shaw, Bella Shaw, Robert Parks, Charlie Jarvie, Lizzie Jarvie, Charlie Johnstone, Ernest Howes, An-i nie McNab, Jesse Carter, May Hut-i ton, Sydney King. Harry Gobelle, John Howarth, Ena Davis, Maud Johnstone. ' Grade I. Jr. Class C-Gladys Anderson, Alfred Emery, Ernest Panlchurst, Dora Williams, Bessie Dodd, Florence Bains. Lloyd Johnson, Nellie Giles, Clarence Hansen, Isa Stewart, Emma Ommer, Eddy Gobelle, Richard Mercer, Albert Tickner, Norman Fuller. Class B-Mary Gray, Ronald Pike, Robert Crowe, Sydnev Kilner, Cecil Westcot. Robert McNab, Hazel Anderson, Arthur Giles, Janet Larsen, Arisa Green, Hector McGregor, A Perpetual War of Germs In every human body there is continual strife between the forces of health and disease, while headaches, nervousness and frequent colds mean weakness and forerun sickness. In changing seasons your system needs the oil-food in Notice to Engine Owners! THE IMPERIAL OIL Ltd. Will be pleased to quote prices on the best grades of GASOLINE, COAL OIL, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES PHONE 535 1720 SECOND AVE. S. 52 STATIONS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA to increase the red corpuscles of the blood and create thai resistive power which thwarts colds, tonsilitis, throat troubles and rheumatism. Scott's is high-powered medicinal - food, free from harmful drugs. One bottle now may prevent a sickness. Scott & Dovrnc. Toronto. Ont. ' 17-41 ] To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 ' We have made bur usual arrangements for farm help; this spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satisfactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT, AGENTS LABOR Lizzie y Rae, Pankhurst, Lawrio Davies Larsen, Bertha Ford Shiela McCallum, James McGregor, Susan Ferguson. Grade It. Jr. Lawrence Hodgin.if, Sandy Wylio. Mamie Dixon, Joe Bdwker, Andrew AVatson, James Kerr, Phyllis Clark, Dick McGowan, Jimmy Williams, Marjorie Anderson. Ernest' Vines, Harry Watson, Harold Kilner, Arthur Hostetter, Robert Williams, Percy Clayton, James Bryom, Nellie Bedster, Mary Hellier, Evert Anderson, The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 at the front and is at present a patient at the' Ogden hospital,' spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Prowse. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and family have arrived home after spending the winter in Virginia. They have proceeded to- their, farm south of Win-nifred. The attendance during the week at the inspiring and forceful evangelistic services being conducted -hr the United church by Mr. N. A. Barton, has been very gratifying indeed. Mr. Barton will cphtinue his meetings for the next two weeks. A Very successful box social was i hjeld under the auspices of the. Con-quergood Red Cross Society in the Conquergood school on Wednesday evening, March 27th. HAVING PURCHASED ALL THE ELDRIDGE RANCH CO. - HORSES WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Mares All tyroke. That can be seen at BONNELL'S BARN, LETHBRIDGE. We also have 40 head of good range mares. Most 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 are in extra good condition. Would like to sell before they have to be turned out. Bonnell & Luckey Llvpry and,Feed Barn Lethbridge / REGISTERED CLYDESDALE . STALLIONS FOR SALE HIAWATHA-17233. Foaled 24th liiUy, lVl4. Winner two first prizes and two diplomas 1917. Sire, Nethsrplace (Imp;) 13335. Dam, Kr-te MacGregor, 7998. LORD HARRY 2ND-10716. Foaled 24th June, 1908. 81re, Lord Oak-fcurn (Imp.), 7371. Dam, Baroness Romeo (imp.), 14934. Apply: TAYLOR MILLING CO. LETHBRIDGE ' * FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including:1' Dining suite ,in mission oak .comprising buffet, rolnd extension tatle and dining chairs; upholstered easy chair; ORGAN, S stops, in good condition; sanitary'lounge; baby buggy; oak wardrobe, double doors; child's cot and mattress; two sern springs and mattresses; GOLDEN NUGGET RANGE in A 1 condition-; .wringing;,machine; high chair; wash tubs; boilers; quantity of PRESERVED FRUITS; sealers; kitchen sundries, etc. SALE AT 2.30 P.M. SHARP TERM* CASH PHONE 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" TUDH0PE-ANDERS0N AND EMMERS0N FARM IMPLEMENTS Drills, Engine Plows, Discs, Harrows. - For Immediate Delivery THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER 8EC0ND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. 8. Auction Sale of furniture! SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT APRIL 6th, at 2.30 p.m. At 410 Twelfth Street B. North UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF farm Stock and In? On the North-East corner of 34-5-17, b miles East of New Dayton, 10 miles North of Warner and 6 miles South of Wrentham, the following will be offered for sale on Tuesday, April 9th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES: 1 horse, 8 years old, 1700 lbs.; 1 bay mare ,6 years old. in foal, JfiOO lbs.; 1 brown marc, 8 years old, in toal, ItiOO lbs.; 1 grey mare, S years old, in foal, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay marc, 6 years old, in foal, 1300 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 4 years old, in loal, 2600 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 10 years old, in foal, 1200 lbs.; 1 grey mare, 10 ycarr, old, in foal, 1200 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 10 years old, in foal, MOO lbs.; 1 mare, !t years old, in foal, 1300 lbs.; the .above are all, broke to work. Anyone wanting good mares should not iniss thi3 chance. They aro all in good condition; I saddle horse, 1 years old; ] saddle horse, !> years old; 1 mare colt; 2 years old; 3 horse colts, 2 years old; 5 horse colts, 1 year old; 'J niaro colts, 1 year old. CATTLE: 2 fresh cows, 3 years old; 2 cows duo to be fresh. 4 year's old; 3 cows due to be fresh, 5 years old; 2 heifers due to be fresh, 3 years old; 1 cow, fresh 2 months, D years old; 5 steers, years old; 2 steers, 2 years old; 1 steer, 1 year old; 1 grado Shorthorn bull. 2 years old. HOGS: i registered Poland China sows, all have pigs with them. 5 grade Poland China sows due to farrow soon. 70 chicken.';. IMPLEMENTS: 2 150- bus. tanks and wagons; 2 wagons with bundle racks; 1 3-tier wagon box; 1 Massey-Harris binder, S ft; 1 Deering binder, 8 ft,; 1 Frost & Wood binder, 8 ft. with flax atr tachment; 2 8-foot discs; 1 fanning "mill; 1 Deering rao\vt�r; 1 Deering rake; 1 new Van Brunt press drill, double disc; 1 Deering 22 single disc drill; 1 Mussey-Harrts double disc drill; 1 John Deere spring toofli cultivator; 1 JMassey-Harris cultivator; 1 John Deere gang plow; 1 Massey-Harris sulky and breaker bottoms; 1 20-foot Boss harrow; 1 single buggjr, pole and shafts, nearly new; 1 line shaft, pulleys and hangers; .6 sets double team harness in good repair;*! set single harness; 10 new sweat pads; number of horse collars; 1 new DeLaval separator with power attachments; 1 new \Vi h.p. 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; 3 tons'of hay; 2 tons of potatoes. ' FURNITURE: Complete household effects of 6 roomed house, all furnished. , TERMS: All sums of $10.00.and under, cash; over that amoui(-. 8 months credit on furnishing approved Joint notes with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts; or 5 per cent, off for cash. Everything Will Be Sold As The Proprietor Has Sold His Farm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. C. MAHAN, GEO. W. HETHERSHAW, J. A, SMITH, Proprietor Clerk ' Auctioneer UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE FARMST0CK and IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm I will sell by Public Auction. 12 miles east of New Dayton, 13 miles north of Warner and 6 miles west of Wrentham, on Saturday, April, 6th, 1918 AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES: 1 bay horse, 14 years old, weight 13G0; 1 bay horst;, 7 years old, weight 1250; 1 bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1200: 1 bay mare, !) years old, weight 1200; 1 white horse, 14 years old. weight 1400; 1 black riding\pony, weight 900; 1 pinto riding pony, weight 900; 1 Clyde\ stallion with papers, 10 yea-a old, weight jr:r;n; 1 h-.v horse, io years old, weight 1100; 1 bay horse, 8 years old. weight 1600; 1 bay horso, 3 years old, weigh* 1150; 1 roan norse, 3 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. 5 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: 6 good binders, 4 McMormick and 1 Deering; 2 old binders; 1 McCormick mower and rake; 1 Co,ckshutt cultivator; 1 14-inch John Deer gang; 1 16-inch John Deere sulky; 1 Hart-Parr engine 30-60; 1 Pioneer 15-30 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 harrow; 1 4-section harrow; 1 3-section harrow; 1 Acme harrow; 5 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 3\'2 Winona wagon with Winona 125 bushel grain tank; 3 disc harrows, 6 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 llansman engine binder hitches; 1 scalding vat, grindstone, pitch forks and other articles too numerous to mention; 1 1500-lb. truck scfle; 1 Fairbanks wagon scale, 10,000 lbs., absolutely haw not unpacked from factory; 3 Van Brunt double disc press drills, nearly new, and ll5-horse Galloway Gas Engine and Grain Loader located at Wrentham Station. Parties interested may inspect same before day of s'aJ.e, . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new; 2 churns; 5 Iron bedsteads; brasB trimmed, mattresses and springs; 1 sofa; 3 beating stoves; 1 high oven range; 1 McClary range; 1 sideboard; 1 dresser; 1 writing deskt 1 kitchen cabinet; 2 gasoline stoves; cupboards; tables; chairs and other household articles too numerous to mention. - TERMS: Ail lumi of $10.00 and under, CASH; ever that amounts credit to November 1st, 1918. Purchaser giving note with approved security, bearing 8% interest from date. O0% discount for cash on credit, amounts, ' FREE LUNCH AT MOON L. t. NICH0L80N, Auctioneer KESSLER BROS., Proprietors M. G.nQORDON, Clerk *7! I 90 16227121 ;