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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 1018 TTTF LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD JOINS FLYING CORPS Gets Pr��cnt�tk>n-8td Accident to Young I^id-Women's Institute (Prom Our Own PorrennnndorM How Inland, Anril 4.-The home- of TV. ami Mrs. J. II. ratermm of now Avenue, was the scone of a very de-li>Uitful affair ob Tuesday evening, v lien the parishioners of all Saint* i1 urcli met to pay respect and nay goodbye to Mr. Firth, a valued and .i' iivo member of the toileri'^atlon-, �lir> left today for Wlnniiie:; where let svill report to the ft.yal Plying I'n.pp. During thf! evening Mr. Firth was lireoentcd with an ulcjuntly fitted hit nark as a token Of appreciation of I lie splendid service; ho hits rendered the members of All flalntsi church during bin popularity aM organist and member. Mr. E. FouUs who has been located In Ited'diifn during the winter months line returned to Ills farm uoutlt ol' town. Mrs. K. Thompson, First Avenue, has returned after a pleasant visit with relatives in Calgary. Friends will be Klad to learn that Mrn. Ma 1. O. O F. hall on .Monday evening. April 8th. lie will be accompanied by a troupe including a pianist, vocalist and elocutionist. Thin will be an absolutely artistic entertainment and a capacity housi' i:� confidently ex-I.....ted Mrs. Hall has returned home after FPcmliiiK the holiday.) with friends In Uethhridge. I)i and Mrs. liaynes have come to the city ito rerfide and will occupy the resilience of Mr. A."Mack. Olqulst St. Mis'! Smith of tho I*ar scaool spent the Faster holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Cm Wares. Mr !l. K. Beattie has returned to K'.nionton, after upending the holidays Willi his family lwtre Mr. Richard Held reached home on, J! rib 20th. after spending the winter nt Kingston, Ont.^ the guest of his mother. The Young People's Parliament of the l*nited Church held a very pleasant social in tho church on Friday evening. , Rev. HerlKug i� upending a few days in Edmonton. Mr Frank Sutton left on Tuesday for Ketlaw, having spent the Easier hoi Mays' with his family hero- Mr. Wra. Stephenson was thy weekend guest at the Held ranch. Many friends In this district will Iv sorry to learn that the eldest *nn of Mr. (Seorge Scantz accidentally broke his arm while cranking u cur a H'"k ago Sunday." Mrs. K.jSickles (formerly Miss Mr Leant has taken the Winnlfrud school for the coming teaching term. The Altar Society of St. Michaels church was delightfully entertained at the home of Mr. Mulloran, Bell Street, this afternoon. Successful Ball Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, considerable success attended the ball given under the auspices of. the local chapter oi the Re-b'kah lodge. The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed as delightful music unite dancing a distinct pleasure. The refreshments which were in charge of the ladles of tho Red Cross Society, brought the gratifying sum of $22. Mrs. C. H. Hell. First Avenue, is at present in Calgary attending the Sunday school convention. Mr. William Newcombe who has beon making an extended visit in astern Canada has returned home. Mr. Mi-Naught has purchased a new Ford. 1 Mrs. V. .1. Henderson left on Tues-Cmys for LethbrUlgo where she will be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. Henderson. Members of the Women's Institute are requested to bo present at the regular monthly mqeting being held In the rest room on Saturday afternoon, April 20th. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. "Hurd, Olqulst Street, are celebrating their fortieth wadding anniversary today. $ Sad Accident A very sad accident' occurred on Sunday at the bom* of Mrs. AneiQu, when her son Nikolas was seriously injured. The little 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 lust 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 ro ported as progressing very satlsfae torlly. Mr, and Mrs. Hymthe have arrived from Kingston, Ont. They have located on the farm of Mr. R. Held, where they will remain the summer. 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 /by the staff ot the Dank of U N. A. Mrs. Fred Taylor, First Avenue, left on Good Hrtday for Montana, where the will be tho guest of her brother, she was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Antrim, who nave bean her guests (or leveral weeks, ' ,> �aok Cram War Mr. Robert Surgeant returned vet. trnn, who has been nearly four yeatw SCHOOL REPORT OF Standing of pupils for this term to date. Names armngod In order or merit: Qradn VIII. A. Cameron. M. Wardman, M. Smith, L. Bennett, O. Bennett, P. Tay-lor, 11. Olander, 11. Davis. II. Oowin, T. Allan, N. Oelger. W. WaUwork, T. Christie,* L. Hendcnstrom. J. Me-Nully, M. Fowler. V. Ulanville. Grade VII. Hilda Morris, May Annetts, John Rae, Charles Ascroft, Harry Taylor Nellie Funnel. James Kf'rgan, and Daisy Holmes equal; Clara Heatoti. Dorothy Dot.. Hiizel Reid, Jean Chal mers, Gordon Jones, .foe Foche. Ver-ner Norman, Lizzie Wlshart, Phyllis Whitton, Tom Arnold. I.tajsie Ward, Harry Chapman. 1'ihel ilnrst, Hella ftlmoed. lwas Wilt-on, Llassle Sumner. Tom Stevenson. Nora Moc.kford, Will Patching, Joe Myers, Florn Cain. Reginald Grist, Allan Watson, Jet^n Alexander. Grade VI. Dora. Mellnr. Harrier Steakley. Alberta Rose, Dora Noel, Alice Rons. Ethel Dodd, liessie Iliiird. Cecil Clarke, Allan Hidpatli. Kibe) La num. Jesse Watson, John Wvlle. John Me withdrawn from the opi-n market aid distributed only by the Imperial board A now method, flu paprrs s'iy. his been discovered lor the manufut'tuio of linen from paper. Hium cloin i,�.> be boiled and w.islel. ,i In mlde 1, " ithout dtmger of i;i|llni; apart.' STEAMER STRUCK ROCK H__ New York. NY.. Apr -Clothes, itocklngn and thread now are h.dng distributed to the working men and women of Germany by th" Imperial Mottling Distributing board According to new measures acuonnced by ihe board In the German pr.'.s* in the Vancouver. Apr I The c. I\ I: alner Tees, plviii. botwirn ibis '. Victoria nii'l 'ii' wfst coast of i ii'ouvci' Island pniiii::i anil sunk. Zero Ili>. . is located ihmi' S>d;iey. Vanciei vcr I '.ind.N There were no casuil lies. .'lie C.I'.R. tug eld under the auspices of th* Con-quergood Red Cross Society In the Conquergood school on Wednesday evening, March 27tb. m FARM LABOR 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 HAVING PURCHASED ALL. THE ELORIDGE RANCH CO.  HORSE8 WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Mares All aroke. That can be aeen 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 Yearlinga All halter broke and have been stabled all winter and ar� In extra good condition. Would like to sell before tbey have to be turned out. Bonnell & Luckey / Livery and,Feed Barn v tethbrldge REGISTERED CLYDESDALE . STALLIONS FOR SALE HIAWATHA-178S5. Faalad �4�h faay, 1*14. Wlnntr twa first arliaa and twa diplomas 1�17. tire, Natharplaa* (Ima.) 1UM. Dam, Kate MaoOratjer, TtM. ' , LORD HARftV tNO--1�m. foalaf 24th Juna, IMf. tlr*, Lord Oak-ourr\ (1a*.p.), 7%il. Ohm, BaMtnaaa Romeo (lm)N), 14f94. Apply:, TAYLOR MILLING CO. Tr - LltHOHIOQC ' * \ Auction Sale of furniture! SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT APRIL 6th, at 2.30 p.m. At 4li Twelfth Street B. North FRANK WADD1NGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including:' Dining snlte in mission oak .comprising buffet, rodnd extension talle and dining chairs; upholstered easy chair; ORGAN, S stops, In good conditio'!: uaultary lounge; baby buggy; oak wardrobe, double doors; c-hild'x cot uud mattrcsa; two set* spr'ngs and mattn bbos; GOLDEN NUGGET RANGE in A 1 condition'; wringing,machine; high chair; wash tubs; bollerti; quantity of PRESERVED FRUITS; Dealers; kitchen sundries, etc. 8ALE AT 2.30 P.M. 8HARP TERMS CASH PHONE 770-449 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" TUDHOPE-ANDgRSON AND EMMER30N FARM IMPLEMENTS DriUs, Engine Hows, Dues, Harrow*. - For Immediate Delivery THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNIR tlCONO AVI. AND THIRT�tNTH ST. S. GREASES PHONE 535 1720 SECOND AVE. 8. 52 STATIONS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA UNRESERVED AUCTI OF Farm Stock and Implements On the North-East corner of 34-5-17, & miles East of New Dayton, 10 miles North ol Warner and 6 miles South of Wrentham, the following wHl be offered for sale on Tuesday, April 9th AT Oi>tE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES: 1 horse. S yrvir.i old. 170(1 itis ; 1 bay mare .�> -rears old. in foal, 1>:0') lli.s.; 1 brown mare, s yeiir* old. In foal. 1 *i* ili:;.; I grey mare, s years old. in foal. KiilO Hip.; 1 buy marc;, t; years i id, In Coal. Ktno lV,s.; 1 t �am bay marcs, -I yen's old. in foal. -'�0i> l.'ii.; 1 bay m.ire, in y,-ir..-.irr old," In foul, l-'�o !!,->.; 1 brown mare, in y. �rn old. bi foal. lli'1' lbs.; 1 mire. :i yi-jr* e fresh, .1 years old; 1 cow. fr��sh 2 months. :> years old; r*atecrs. ;; years old; 2 steers. 2 years old; I steer, 1 year old; 1 grade ^hvU horn bull. 2 years old. HOGS: 1 registered Poland China sows. a!l 'tave pigs with them. 5 grade 1'oland China sows due to farrow soon. Tu (hieUi iv IMPLEMENTS: 2 160- bus. tanks and wagons: 2 wagons with bundle racks; 1 :; tier wagon box; 1 Massey-Harrts binder, ft.; 1 DeorinK binder, S ft.; 1 Frost & Wood binder. 8 ft. with flax attachment; 2 t*-foot disci; 1 fanning mill; 1 Ijeerin^ mower; i Dccr-InK rake; 1 new Van llrunt press drill, double disc; I Urc.riit*; 22 single disc drill; 1 Masney-Harrls double disc drill; 1 John l>eere Hiring toojb cultivator; 1 Massey Harris cultivator; t .lohij Deere KaiiR plow; 1 Massey-llsirris sulky and breaker bottoms; 1 20-toot Itosis harrow; 1 Higgle Iiukk?, polo and shafts, nearly new; 1 line shaft, pulleys and hangers, i sets double team harness in K�o; 1 black rldin^pony, weight 900; 1 pinto riding pony, weight !i00; 1 Clyde' stallion with papers, 10 yejrs old. weight jrr.n; i tv.v hot-s,., 10 yenrs old, weight 1100; 1 hay horse, 8 yearn old. weight 1000; 1 bay horse, years old, weight 1150; 1 roan norse, 3 years old, weight 1100; 1 sorrel gelding, 4 old, weight 1400; 1 bay gelding. 12 years old, weight 1400; 6 or 7 other good work korses not described. - CATTLE: 1 registered Shorthorn bull. S 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 McMormlck and S Deoring; 2 old binders; 1 McCormick mower and rake; 1 Copkshutt 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, neurly new; 1 4 bottom LaCrosse self lift engine gang complete with stubble and breaker bottoms and 1 eitra snare for each plow; 1 5-sectlon hart-row; 1 4-sectlon harrow; 1 3-section harrow; 1 Acme harrow; S new wagons suitable for bundle rack or a bandy 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 3Vi Winona wagon with Winona 125 bushel grain tank; 3 disc barrows, 8 and 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe press drill; t democrat and 1 buggy; 4 seta of good Work harness; 1 stock saddle; 1 potato cultivator; 1 Iron float 12 feet; 4 Hausman engine binder hitches; 1 scalding vat, grindstone, pitch forks and other articles too numerous to mention; 1 1600-lb. truck scale; 1 Fairbanks wagon scale, 10,000 lbs., absolutely new not unpacked from factory; 3 Van Brunt double disc preta drills, Marly new. and 1 5-horse Galloway Uaa Engine and Grain Loader located at Wrentham Station. Parties Interested may inspect name before day of s^le, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new; 2 churns; 5 Iron bedsteada. brass trimmed, mattresses and springs; 1 sofa; S heating atovesi 1 high oven range; 1 McClary range; 1 sideboard; 1 dresser; l writing deskt 1 kitchen cabinet; 8 gasoline stoves; eupboardt; tables; cbairs and other household articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: All auma of 11040 and under, CASH; ever that amounts credit to November let, 1110. Purchaser giving note with approved eeourtty, bearing %% interact from date. >10% sjltcetMt fer each en credit aenetKfi  � FRII LUNCH AT NOON , L, 1. NICHOLSON. Awrtlenecr KCSSLIR MOIk, PragrittSfS M. 0. CORDON. Clsrk 4fi 9704 16227121 ;