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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ATORDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917. .THE LETHT**TtfiF. pO* TfiV HKRAI.O LEFORD PASTOR shafts. None of the occupants of t!ie| buggy were hurt. 1 1-' E. Qulnaoy'returned this week from a visit to Chicago aad other points. Rev. j>j. Goteerloos left this, week for Manhattan, Wash., where lie will nttend the official ' Classis of Uie Dutch Christian Reformed church. He expects to be Away for about three weeks. ! Mr. Anderson Is building a shack this week and there are prospects of ----- ...l.l-V, (From Our Own Correspondent) parcel of supplies this week to the provincial depot at Calgary. The ar- rangements for the concert and lecture to be held next week have been completed. No charge will be made for admission but a special silver col lection will bo takea u uuiuuoi m -'^ " --------- ,___, will be erected in the spring and early summer. ,� ,,,,, The board of managers of the local church met on Wednesday and dW considerable business. Arrangements were made for the purchase of music for the ctnir and also for ushering ^Voard^f ^de met on Thurs- for^e church. Messrs Moser and da? Tb�earmovement for sidewalks j Ruby being appointed -^[^ was considered. The lumber company: year. F. W. Hunt wos ree reported as to the orobable cost of the. chairman of the b?*!d-undertaking. -Afte* some goulder,; Marsh �nou,ced ' able, discussion the plans and figures; efl Ws migpation of pnso^ Wb were approved, and It was decided to take charge of the work. .Mr. Kuby spent some days with wa the charge and expected to preach his farewell sermons on February Joth. A resolution of regret was passed by the Air Ruby spent some aays wnn iu�i resuiuuuu . .-0.~ ti,,t to NbMeford early"in March. Mrs. Marsh, who was called to Foam Lake, Sask., by the serious illness of her mother, returned on Saturday. , . . . _ The enidemic of measles which entered into many of the homes in The word 'dry' has an unfortunate significance for us in these days, On Monday the local drinking well broke down again and our long-suffering housewives are reduced almost to despair. Perhaps an emergency meet-ine of the board of trade could help ^JurtlDout finished.There [out. We'understand that another s stiU quite a lot of sickness of a well could be ^M**1T*^ Keneral character In the district, and I something Qf the kind is Decrowns ^ __ ___.____ . ,--..arrant- TlonOBSlTV . 6=''o>�' ^""-�---- ---- this week Ray Hunt has been down with la grippe, contracted just as he �was -recovering from a bad dose of measles. The little patient is now on the high road to recovery. The headlines of our notes last week Indicated that E. E. McDowell had been wounded three times. He is In hospital for the third time because ot sickness, but he has not yet been Into action at the front Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble, who are travelling home from California in their new Franklin car, are expected Jn Calgary today, and will spend some days at their Kilgowan ranch near Calgary. ' .White* Lake is going to do its bit tor the patriotic fund, and the workers, there are starting out in real earnest and expect to have big results to enow after the effort A patriotic concert has been arranged for the evening of Friday, March 2nd ,at White Lake. A good program is being arranged, and the special speaker will fee Rev. W. C. Marsh, of Nobleford. All White Lake people are asked to keep this date clear. A St Valentine'* Day party was held at Grandview Farm on Wednesday evening, when a number of guests enjoyed a very good time. Games and. dancing were Indulged.In. A seri-l Captain Clarence Culver, tying in 008 accident. was narrowly averted I an airplane at an altitude of 800 feet, after the party, when a car collided successfully telephoned to the land with the horse and buggy of Mr. Tur-1 station at North Island, near San tier. The lights of the car were work-1 Diego, California. trig badly and the frightened horse I -�- locked the buggy wheels, breaking the I The Bulldogs Are Coming! an urgent necessity , Miss Powell, the new teacher at the Newlands school, is spending a few days this week at Calgary. Percy Hunt, who Buffered a severe accident recently, is making good recovery and expects to have the use of his hand in a short time. A successful evening was spent at Kebo on Friday when a large number gathered to. hear the reports of the delegates to the D. F. A. convention at Edmonton. A number of songs and recitations were delivered, but 'owing to the unavoidable absence of one of the delegates the reports were held..over to a later date. Dancing was continued .until early mornlnjg. Vice-president Cawdron presided over the meeting. Councillor Wm. Isaacs attended the Rural Municipalities Convention at Calgary last week and is well pleased with the meetings that were held. The subjects for the local services on Sunday will be, morning: "The Prince of Peace"; evening, "The Nature land Work of the Gospel." All local residents and any strangers In town are heartily invited. The choir will provide special music Mrs. Jarman, Cardston. has received the following' clipping from, an Old Country "paPer fw>m; her husband, C. G. Jarman, who enlisted with the 13th C. M.'R., and was afterwards transferred to the Fort Garry Horse. ,The clipping tells of the fighting family of Mrs. Collis, Mrs. Jarman's mother: "Mrs. Coilis has received > notifies Uon that her-WT^rcyT5St��e4 atwriou�1y,' Harry Cox, another grand-the Dardanelles, waa wounded In the jou.. was awarded the D. C M. tor hand He is at Southampton and J� bravery at J*Bassee. Since this time progressing favorably. . S/ 1 of writing this grandson haa been "Mrs. Collie has five,� �jqna, three grandsons, seven nephews, and two sons-in-law serving their/* king and country. One of the? gAndsona, J. Street, whose parents Hv* at Marsh Court Cottage, is also, wounded.;, He writes cheerfully to his parents as follows^ 'At last I have had a smash at them, and now I am spending my .birthday on board a hospital ship, having been wounded, though not severely wounded, and > one of Mrs. Colljif*- sons-in-law has been killed, and one-of her sons badly wounded, tors. Jarmfn had her letter to this brother returned, so it is not certain, whether he is alive or not,"  The Bulldogs Are Coming I The Bulldogs Are Corning I IS I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT, WARNER, Alta. On Saturday, Feb. 24,1917 AT 1.30 P.M.J 20 head of exceptionally fine horses and mares, 4 and 5 years old, ranging from 1300 to 1500 lbs. 12 head of geldings, 8 head of mares in foal. All bred to imported Clyde stallion.' TERMS OF SALE-HALF,CASH, BANKABLE PAPER ON BAL. E. C. PECK, OWNER The STAUDE MAK-A-TRACTOR FOR FORD CARS Can be attached in twenty minutes* Does the work of four horses. Pulls plows, drills, seeders and all farm machinery. Our demonstrator will be here in a few days. ; Price $300.00 Application for Territory from responsible parties will be considered, \ THE FORD GARAGE Distributors for Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE I MODEL L= The Emerson. Model "L" 12-20 Is an ideal Tractor for small or large farmers. Light weight, four cylinders, two speeds, suitable for a wide ranae of aervice, adaptable to practically" alt soil conditions. Will pull the Implements you now have on the farm such as gang1 plows, harrows, mowers, binders, waqons, drage and small roay graders. A neat, compact Tractor with all -working parts perfectly lubricated, thoroughly protected from dust and: easily accessible. The Superior Supply Co. AGENTS Corner 2nd Ave. & 13th St. 8. -�l . - - "-'.\" "V1". '. A bill was lntrpdiiced in the New the penal law prohibiting the clrcula-Tork Assembly to; exempt birth con- tion of indecent or immoral liters-(trol literature from the provisions of ture. . r , AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and ements Sec. 26, Tp. 6, R. 11, W.of4 Three Miles North East of Foremost. --r-ON--- On Tuesday. February 27th AT N. E. AT WELL'S SIDING STOCK-1 matched team of grey geldings, 8 years old, weight 2600 lbs.; 1 team of black geldings, 4 years old,, weight 2500 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 8 years old, in foal,-weight 1600 lbs.; 1 brown gelding, 8 years old, weight about 1600 lbs.; 1 roan gelding,, 8 years, weight 1400.lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 6 -years old, weight about 1260 lbs,; 1 team driving horses, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2�00 � lbs.; 1 team black hurses, 4 and 6 years old; 1 pacing driving horBe, 8 yearB old, a good quiet driver, eats up speed; 1 sorrel saddle horse,'.4 ybsrs old; 1 saddle horse, 6 years old; 1 saddle horse, 7 years old; 1 bay driving horse, 8 years old; 1 team mule*, about 2200 lbs.; 1 pure bred Shorthorn Durham bull, 3 years;. 1  pure bred .Shorthorn Durham bull, 2 years; 8 cows, due to he fresh shortly;' 4 heifers, 3 years old, supposed to be in calf; 0 cows, supposed to be in 'calf; 3 head cattle, 1 year old. IMPLEMENTS-2 Frost & Wood binders; 2 Frost A Wood mowers; 118-hole pressed drill; 1 18-double disc Van Brunt drill; 116x16 double action.disc; 2 14-ln. Oliver Gangn; 2 16-ih Oliver Sulkies; 1 wagon and rack; -.1 new single buggy; 1 top(buggy;l double democrat; 1 cutter; 3 sets double driving harness; 1 set single driving harness. Also a number of other articles too numerous \o mention. The above implements are mostly new. TRAIN ARRIVES FROM LETHBRIDGE AT 10.40 A.M. FREE LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH P. R. MORELAND, Proprietor J, A. SMITH, Auotlpnetr AUCTION SALE OF TWO CARS OF MARES & GELDINGS AT FOREMOST, ALBERTA Thursday, Feb. 22nd, 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP Ages from 4 to  years. Weights from 1200 to 1500 lbs. -About half of the above are mares and supposed to be in foal tea registered stallion. Mostly all broken to harness. These are all Alberta bred horses and good sound stock. TERMS CASH J- A. SMITH, Auctioneer THURSDAY, MARCH 1st The following: Pair Black Clydesdale Mares, 7 years, weight 3?00; Pair Black Clydesdale Mares, 4 and 6 years, weight 3200; Matched The above horses will be on view at Triplet's Barn, Thursday id Friday, February 22nd and 23rd. Sale on.Saturday, February ' Te'rma Caeh. W. L. WILSON; Auctioneer, Lsthbrldgs N. m. BMITW Owner ;