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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SMS.*'.:..! THE JJETHBRiDGE DAILY HBPALD , X OUR SPLENDID V1N0L iilckly Stopped Mr. Clark'* Hang-on Cough...  Jfwe have geen^fight- here m Letli- Grassy Lake. Feb. 17.-Dr. M. Meck-lenberg;-optician of Edmonton, was in town this week on professional duties. >Miss Mary McDonald of Coalhurst yifys the guest of Mrs. J. H. Watson oyer the week-end. Mr. L. Webb was a business visitor ' In Lethbridge Wednesday. Mrs. T.- Snowden was in Lethbridge Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McNabb and son Donald have returned from Victoria and other western points. Farmers are smiling again this morniug over another slight snowfall which means more moisture for the coming year. Prospects for this year's crops are very promising so far as moisture is concerned. The ground and all sloughs are full of water. * Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Berlin returned Thursday; from the coast, where they spent their honeymoon. M. Beimler of Barons, formerly a resident of Grassy Lake, was in town this week. � Announcements have been received by friends of the marriage of Richard L. Galvin, formerly of Grassy Lake, which took place in Anthon, Iowa, on "February 5th. ..A very interesting lecture was iheard in the local theatre on Thursday night, given by Private Peat, a returned soldier, who told of his thrilling exneriences in the trenches. Trooper Jerret accompanied him with patriotic songs and comedy sketches. It was a rare treat for the people of Grassy Lake to/hear the truth, coming from the Iin� of one of our soldier hoys who spo^te from experience. Private .Peat and Trooper Jerret both kept their audience interested, and the evening's entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed by "everyone. It Is to be regretted the lecture was not better advertised so that more of the people" could have availed themselves of the privilege of hearing both soldiers. ; The,dance given by the Red Cross ladies Thursday, Feb. 15. was a decided success, both financially and in attendance. The hall was nicely filled With people who are interested in the good work and who are willing to do /their "bit" The Taber orchestra arrived in due time and dancing started  promptly at .nine o'clock and was kept up steadily until an early hour.. Supper was served at midnight. LOMOND NEWS (P"rom Our OVvn Correspondont) Lomond, Feb. 10.-Howard Flnley, tvlio has been up in the mountains on a hunting expedition, returned here last week, visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. MuIS-vo. He is going to move Mrs. Flnley nnd the children out this week to their former home. George Miioro. brother of D. Monro of this vicinity, has been decorated by His Majesty and by one of the French generals. He was wounded a short time ago in France and has since been promoted to the rank of colonel. Jack and Mrs. Andy Hardwlck have returned from the east, where tbey were called owing to the late A. Hard-wick's sickness. Farm machinery is again streaming into Lomond in great .Quantities. The machinery agents did a very large business here last spring, and prospects ofcf raising money for aiding our soldiers and dependents. t its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath .bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give a teaspoon ful of "California Syrup of Figs," and In a few hours all the constipated poison* undigested food and sour bile V-^gently moves out of its little bowels 'without griping, and you have a well. ;, playful child again. . ;>? Mothers can rest easy after giving / ^Jthfa*harmless "fruit laxative," because "' oft mryer. fails to cleanse the little one's - ;>tlver and bowels, and sweeten the stomach and they _ dearly love its "pleasant taste. Full directions for bab- . :We-are'.'proud of the fact that the work-was entrusted to-usj The'scenes are* the work of Mr. Treleavin of our staff, .and we are sure you will agree are a credit to this city. 1 When contemplating decorating:, we /will be glad to'have you consult iis. 1 1 V MONDAY, WEBRVA^,:i9^1M7'> �hd&aMeai 6 GUARANTEED" TO CONTAIN NO iMPURIflES, A little of Sunlight long way; every pair'tjcleviBV'.j Eiire; there , is notbintf'fiq^", arm the clothes or ipnejje' the rapid progress "oKtheTf wash. Every cake oi Sunlight Soap cairies a 15,000, * I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT WARNER, Alta. On , AT 1.30 ;P.M. c 1 ' ^0 head of exceptionally, fine horses and instrei*, 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. ^ " -, -_____ ._:_ _i _j_____:_______j_________�� TERMS OP SALE-HALF CASH, BANKABLE PAPER ON BAL. E. C. PECK, OWNER ' -' DEATH OF PINCHER CREEK RE1EN The. business section of^Gottingen street, Halifax, was visited by a serious fire, which caused damage estimated at $40,000. The Star Paint Col W. R. Brown HULL BLOCK Proprietor] PHONE 720" (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Feb. 17-Magistrates Christie and Schofleld sat for two days behind closed doors on a case implicating some Fincher Creek men , and one woman, brought up by A. K. Brook, inspector of the department of! neglected children. The circumstan- j ces in connection are of a very sordid and revolting nature. Mrs. W. H. Le-vasseur received-a sentence of nine months and a fine of $5; Brecken-ridge and Langley each got a fine of $25 and a month in jail. The child is made a ward of the government until of proper age. Christian Geberdt died at the Me-, modal hospital here on Friday last at the ripe age o! 94 years. - Deceased was twice married. Two of the children of the first union are living: Charles and Anthony of Pincher Creek. Six children are living from the second union, and are Mrs. Fisher of Cadillac, Sank.; ~ Mrs. P. Leibold, Mrs. H. G. Grien, Mrs. J. C. Becker and Louis of Ayton, Out., and Chris of Pincher Creek. The funeral was held from the home of his son Charles on Sunday, and burial took place in the Lutheran cemetery. Leonidas Yerovl, a well known Peruvian writer and. poet, was shot and killed as he war leaving the building of;La Prenzia, at Lima, Peru. Manuel Jose" Sanchez, a Chilean, is charged .by the police with the shooting. The crime has caused a sensation in the Peruvian .-capital. 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 OARAGE Distributors for Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE OF TWO CARS OF MARES & GELDINtiS AT FOREMOST, ALBERTA . Thursday, Feb. 22�d, 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK SjtARP  V, Ages from 4 to 8 years. V^eight6 fronv'1200'to 1500 lbs. -About half of the above are mares and supposed to be In foal to a registered stallion. Mostly ail broken-to harneM. - These are all Alberta bred horses and good sound stock; TERMS CASH , ' - J. A- SMITH, Auctioneer EMERSON FARM TRACTOR MODEL L \ ' !; The Emerson Model "L" 1240 rle an Idsal'Tractot- for emaH; or large farmers. Llaht weight, four cylinders, two speeds, suitable fpr a wKe-range of service, adaptable to practically all soil conditions.' Wilt pull the implements you now riaVe on the /arm such as gang plows, harrows, mowers, binders, wagons,.'drags and, small road graders. A neat, compact Traotor,>lth all working parte?perfectly lubrjcated, thoroughly protected-from dust and eaailr-acceMlble; .i.- : :�� \l: ^v-' >;'::'v' : The Superior Supply;:: (q. � " AGENTS :.: '' : 13th St. S. �37. t>A *B