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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta UESDAY, .DECEMBER THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE AUCTION SME John M. Taylor Will Sell by Public Kcsirn's Feed Barns, Kctlsnv, on Tuesday, December 12, THE 'FOLLOWING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS, TO WIT: STOCK-One registered Clydesdale stallion, 8 years old, weight 1700 Ibs., color brown, choice stock horso; one black mare 10 warn old wi'ixht 1850 Ibs.; ono block mare, 9 years old, weight Ibs; buy mare, It year. old, weight 1400 one _ bav mare, -I' years old, weight 1400 Ibs.; one awk .brown marc, vears old. weight 1300 Ibs.; one bliwk mare 2 year so two yearl- ing fillies; one light brawn mare, 4 years old, weight .llaO-lbs., one ght bav mare, 5 years old, weight 1200 Ibs.; one dark hay marc "ears old weight 1100 Ibs.; ono buckskin mare. 2 years old. All mares supposed to be li. foal to a registered stallion. Three spring col "cell ngs; one brown horse, 4 years old, weight 1400 Ibs lone, Hgl t'btty horse o years old, weight 1400 Ibs.; oWlght bay gelding, ,4 years old weight 1300 one black geldingfS years old, weight To n sorrel 2 years old; one brown gelding. 3 years old wright 1350 Ibs.; one dark brown Aiding, 3 years old. weight Sb Ibs one light bV gelding, 1 year old; one buckskin saddle horse 'well broke for family use, 8 years old; one black gelding, 4 vears old. weight 1300 Ibs. IMPLEMENTS, One .Massey Harris, 8 foot binder; one Van Brunt 20 single disc drill; one Jlolme 10il6 Disc harrow, with truck- one John Deere Triple Box Waggon; one Mobile 14-mCli Willow. with breaker and- stubble, bottoms; one lloline potato dieeer- one dinner fanning mill, with bagger; one Manitoba -10- ich grain grinder; one single one .luclson 1% h.p. pumping -engine with steel Jack; one blacksmith outfit; four gets term liar- ness with breedings: two new sets fnrmjmrness with brecchings; one set Bess drag harrows, 30 feet; two water tanks, one with wagon. x Forks, chains, shovels and other tools useful on .a. farm. CASH G. F. PODOLL, Clerk SALE AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer Victoria, li. 0., Dec. out the determination, repeatedly ex- pressed by Premier Brawnier and the Liberal candidates previous to the re- cent elections the executive council on Saturday unanimously decided to rc'.iuest his honor, the lleiiteiiaiit-gov- erhor, to appoint a judicial commis- sion to investigate all alleged irregu- larities in connection with the bye- election held in Vancouver oil Febru- ary last. This will provide, for a thorough in- vestigation of all incidents which have been the source of rumors anil con- t tradictions, arrests and escapes dur- ing the pasl months, as well as a thorough probing of these allegations and charges, aiiart and free from any influence which could be accounted I for by the government. OFFIKpO.F. Court Star S095, Ancient Order of Foresters last night elected officers for 1917 as follows: P C. R.. flro. A. E. Uliucu: C. H., 'Uro A. Arnold; S. C. H., Uro. C. S. Francis- Fin. Sec., Bro. J. I-'. Hooker; Treasurer. A. Wheat croft; S. Bro. G. Hooker; .1. W., Bro. A. Meads; S. S.. Bro. Henderson; 3. U., Bro. I. Fleetwoou- Trustees, Bros. A. E. Du- iicn and E. Hagell; Medical Officers, Drs Campbell, Roy and Cragg; Dele- gate to High Court', Bro. A. E. Dupen; Alternate, Bro. A. Wheatcrofi; Or- ganist Bro. H. Kilner; Auditors, Bros. Flectwood, C, S. Francis, uos- siter. ___________ Substitute for Pulp From a mixture of sugar cane refuse-and bamboo fibre a Trinidad planter lias succeeded in makius .paper-: equal in quality to the best wqoitliulp. product; BELGIANS' REGISTRATION FOR MILITARY SERVICE- The Ueigian Consul General at Ottawa announces Unit tho for registration with nearest Belgian Consul, under the provisions of the Decree of tho 2m of July. has been prolonged to the 15th of Dec- ember. Those who join the Can- adian Forces before that date arc exiMiipte1.! from registra- tlou. i Acting Belgian Consul Calgary; Alia. Raids on booze caches are becoming i popular winter in detective circles. Detectives Sehoeppe and Hes- kcth of tho attorney-general's depart- ment, paid the city another visit last night with the result that Arthur, Beckwith, Leslie Clark and Helen Hu-! bert appeared in police court this morning to answer charges of break- ing the liquor act. Bw-kwith was taken from the Contts train with a flask in his pockot. It cost him ?50 and costs. Leslie Clark appeared on two charges; one of Felling and the other of having or keeping unlawfully quanlitles of liquor in her boarding house. Helen Hubert was -.charged with unlawfully having liquor in her boarding house. The two pleaded not guilty and came up for trial this afternoon. Tony Roilftis, who secured a jag in spite of prohibi- tory laws, was lined ten and costs. (Slioolul to llic, Ferule. Dec. eighty per cent, of the morning shift miners went to work at Coal Creek' this in irnlir-' and the afternoon shift hail a roll complement of men in the mines. This relieves the tension existing up lo the timo the trains went up this morning, and no further trouble is anticipated at this camp owing to the war bonus contention until a full in- vestigation 1ms taken place. International .Itai'-d .Member Kees arrived in town this morning after having stopped over in Lcthbridge and Coalhursl yesterday. The Kootcnay District Poultry and Pet Stock Exhibition will open here tomorrow, aud it is expected that a larger entry list will be had than at last year's exhibit ion. Although the opening ilnj fo> tomoiiov, there aie now on show no.ulj ,i hu" ill-oil birds, some of them from outside points, la attcud.uice at the Lcthbiidgc schools for the month of Npvcmbor was ,is lollin Eniolmi'iit toi tin month Dallv average 1', Percentage 0- The banner t'ov by Miss Coldie'-, with Paris, Dec. Nunges- ser sliot down two aeroplanes within three hours Monday, the war office- announces. This brings up to twenty the number .of aeroplanes brought to earth by this aviator. There were no developments of importance or. the French front last night, the statement attendance was won class at Westmlnb ter school with an average attend- ance of ISP, remarkable, record ha- been mull- this month every school an aerate attendance of over 02 per HUNTERS DODGE BY DEATH BY DONNING WHITE SUITS INSTEAD OF THE CUSTOMARY KHAKI Winnipeg, Dec. season there have been no fatalities so far record ed in big game hunting in western Canada. This is due to tho wearing of white bunting made ot blown WA Business Women L. needs business women. Ami where we need most is not in IHWHCSH oHices but in the homes. .What we want is not so much a woman.who can run a kitchen, as a >voman who knows how much it costs to run a kitcl em rhiel' problem of domestic science is liow to take a certain income oi inonev and In euptoilu.ol over hand not necessarily under, ,1, but of your bills balance that certain amount oJicnsh. Xalimillv the only way lo-do this is to plan your expenditures. And_the only way to know the cost of what you are proiiig to buy, is Uxcomparo the pntes at which other people are selling. _ These comparative prices are published in the advertising columns of this paper ATo shrewd merchant hides his light under a bushel. Whenever bo has anything good to, lie over his signature. -J 80 the first tiling you gain by-following the advertising-is a choice always the best that is being offered in each line. And when these merchants realize that su many of you are usingJheir advertising day as the basis lor your may depend upon it they are to stretch every possible point to maintain your, interest.' [f you will follow this plan for a short limi, you will find that you arc iner- cbaiulislng vour home in the same way that these business" itani merchandise their stores.' You will become as shrewd at buying as they are lour books will to balance, and discover that you are the head of a big, sno- known-as a Prosperous Home. i to advise.vour iiusband to let the Lelhbridge Herald _ i i j Ti1 theie were SI, hunting fitali'ies this cases to brown suits being taken for YOU CAN BUY APIANO- OR A PLAYER-PIANO-- THIS CHRISTMAS With holly wreaths all around Hie spicy scent of spruce and hemlock announcing.llic on- rushing Christmas tide, how naturally Music and Music Makers take their proper place THE CHRISTMAS words that mean joy for the coming year and many years thereafter. The Christmas PLAYER-PIANO, the modern the gift that gives the mastery of all music to every- one in vour household, the gift thai multiplies Hie possibilities of Music in your home by the number of people who live in it! 1-HE .MASON H R1SCI! STORK, WITH ITS FRIENDLY AND BROAD- MINDED PLAN PIANO -SELL ING, PITS INTO YOUR PLANS AND PROBLEMS. WE HAVE HERE FOR YOU THE INSTRUMENT YOU HAVE ALWAYS HOPED TO OWN AT THC RIGHT PRICE, AND ON TCRMS OP SALE WHICH MAKE BUYING CON- VENIENT. ifmtf "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA" Balmoral Blosk Lethbridge I Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your Housel At The Theatres ij TONIGHT Last Time 'The Purple Alsot Featuring an all star cast Some Comedy. iRPHEU ITOVIGHT M- RED FEATHER PHOTO PtAYS .PRESENTS "The Whirlpool of With FLORA PARKER DE HAVENj IN FIVE ACTS DAVID GRIFFITH The creator of "The Birth of a Xa- vhich is returning to the Ma- jestic 'nett Monday and Tuesday, De cember llth and 12th. j- f Bj ,y Job Printing Dept. look after his stationery and office supplies, liiin the right thing, at the right time, right price. It can give ippear at the Orphenm theatre to- night. The picture, in which Mrs. De Hav en is supported by an all-star cast, in- cluding Bertram Grassby, Charles Mailes and Jack Mulhall, is one which runs the gamut of all the possible hu- man emotions. There is ;joy and-sor- row, disappointment, greed, lust, in temperance, all are shown in the strohges.t possible light. And in the center of this maelstrom of passion Is a little girl who7has known noth ing but unhappiness all her life Other'good pictures on the program At the Empress The Pin pie Ladj mil be to the last time tonight Foi and Thursday Marse Covington is the feature. The story begins with the boyhood of Covington up to the age of thirty when the war. The faithtul comoaion of hii -vonth is a negio boy, Dan follows him through all his tnals After the "iTHr mgton becomes a race-track gambler, and falling into the hands ofswinSlers, moitgages and loses bis entire inhentance Two Days, with MATINEE DAILY MATINEES AT 2.30 MON. DEC. BASIL S COURTNEY, NIGHTS Al PRESENTS W. GRIFFITH'S 830 8th WONDER OF THE WORLD Ten Times Bigger Than The" Biggest Circus Car load of Electric and People Horses .12 skilled Stage Mechanics toimf Cost S500.000 Mere Wonderful Than "Ben Hur" or Any Other Production. At Starland Valentine Grant one of_ the sweet- est little screen stars on the silent stage, will make her debut in a splen- did Pal amount drama. "The Innocent at Starlaud' tomorrow This beautiful picture was taken in the Bermuda Islands Miss Grant plays the part of Norall O'Brien, a little Irish emigrant girl, who bears a let- ter 'to a -wealthy New York family, from Norall Owen, a cousin family. On arriving in New York sno becomes the victim of foul play anfl When picked up., js identified by the letter as Hie cousin-of the family. She protests that ohs is not the cousin, but the family refuse to believe her, and fclje accents the and is happy until thci arrival of her brothelr a notorious crook, who endeavors to use her in robbing her benefactors. Exciting events follow. _ At The.Orpbeum Otis Turner has completed Iho production" oMhc latest Red Feather feature production, "The Whirlpool of a five reel picture starring Flora Parker DC Haven which will At (he Majestic OF A NATION" RETURN ING TO MAJESTIC NEXT WEEK Local nlay goers are elated over the announcement that the world famous spectacle The Birth of a Nation" will return to the Majestic theatie for next Monday and Tuesday, Dec 11th and J2th, with special njatinee each daj Never before in the" history of the theatre has an attraction achieved such world wide success as "The Birth of a Nation" The production will be seen again here in all its fam- ous entirety, including the snlondld ..rmnhony orchesUa, the wonderful effects, and special night performances piompt at 8.15, and at 2 15 Mail orders for seats are now being leceived, and the legular seat sale will open at HeJley's on Thurs 'day morning company The ctimmelice "PEG O' UtY 1 AT MAJESTIC SATURDAY Lauiette Tailor'1! notable success "Peg O' My the which captivated London and York, wil be the attraction at the Majestic on Saturdav next, Dec 8th. for both ma tiaee and night An all star coinpanj with Miss Dorothy La Vern in the wte.ole'ofPeg" will bo seen here in the bill which promises to attrac a record avdience to the Majestic BIWHOW1E5TRA I THE GREATEST ART CONQUEST SINCE THE eEG'NNJNG OF I 1 CIVILIZATION. X All Seats May Be_Reserved. Sale Opens Dec 7th At I Mail Orders Now MATINEE AT 2.30 NIGHT AT 8.30 THE UNITEB PRODUCING CO., PRESENT THE SUPREME DELIGHT OF PEG O'-MY HEART BY J. HARTLEY MANNERS PRESENTED BY AN ALL-STAR CAST, WITH MI89 DOROTHY VERM AS THE WINSOME "PEG." YEARS AT COHT THEATRE, NEW YORK; ONE YEAR THEATRE, LONDON. Prices: Night aud J MATINEE Sfle and 26e. SEATS AT HEOLEY'S TK uftf. MM SHIM, Luke Com. LAST, TIMES TONIGHT Helen Holmes in "JUDITH J WEDNESDAY ANb tHORSDAY FAMOUS PLAVEB8, DANIEL AMY PBEaiNT? THE FA8CIN ATI NO 'l.irn.6 ,''_____ STAR <1 Valentine (irairt in "The Innm-rnl Thit it the firtt Plcturvi Miown ;