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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^ESpAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ,#ACEiHnt DISTRICT NEWS TABEB (From the Tknes) sfift�! R. W. Aula, a graduate of Glas- gow University, who has been practising for the past seven years in tilbby, Montana, has removed to Taber, and will act as assistant to Dr. Hatanian. It is probable that Dr. Hamman and Dr. Auld will in the near future mature plans to open the local hospital. bast Friday morning John Goers was up before Magistrate Layton on -the charge of having Jiqnor illegally in his possession. The charge was visit. They are eaigerly looking for-ward-to the return match. CHAMPI0N mv aT1(i ^irs T. Gill returned Friday in Ms possession, muo Mr. ana *�rs. i-y". tn\Victoria laid by the chief of police, and. the: from an extended visit to\Viciona, facts did In the case of Rex vs. Muti and' Rex vs. Noel, the court reserved Judg-. roent. E. Jv Varloy, for'the accused','' argued, that Noel was only acting as: agent for the "apotfer" Mclvor, who' had an undoubted right to purchase liquor outside the province, and that Noel was not the agent for Muts in the transaction for which Mute was convicted.- � wed represented. Mrs. Anderson and Mr. ^ w ,. .- ,/1^.SSfr.SSf.ii AndTn Jntendent Cotterel was building tie new store for G. ^^L^X^Me rare^ha^es of bridge last week to look over the work Jacques, which will oe a frame build- �f h TLch^e Will Pi ^et the steam shov Young, A. P. Robichaudaud M. 3. Ro-blchaud (Con.); J. P. Byrne, B. - J. Venolt, C. W. Meger and J. G. Ro-bichaud (Opposition). Kent-Hon. Dr. D. V. Landry, G. A. Hutchinson and F. O. Richard (Con.); H. Melanson, A. Dysart and A. Z. Bor-dage (Opposition). Kings-Aon. J. A. Murray,, G. B. Jones and H. V. Dickson (Con.); Ej S. Carter, Dr. C. N. PeaTBon and F. E. Sharp (Opposition). Madawaska-C. L. Cyr and J. T. Clair (Con.); L. A. Dugal and J. E. Michaud (Opposition). � Moncton (City)-Dr. O. B. Price (Con.); C. W. Robinson (Opposition). , Northumberland-^!. L. Stewart, F. D. Swim, L. Doyle and J. A. Gallant (Con.); John F. Burchil, David Allain, Robert Murray and Dr. McGrath (Opposition). Queens-A. R. Slipp and Xlfred West. (Con.); Dr., J. E. .Hetherington and G. H. King (Opposition). Resygouche-Arthur Culligan and 1 Currie and -The Emerson Model "L" 12-20 Is an Idgal Tractor for mall or large farmers. Light weight, four cylinders, two speeds, suitable for a wide range of service, adaptable to practically all eoll conditions. Will pull the implements you now have on the farm such as gang plows, harrows, mowers, binders, wagons, drags and^small road1.graders. A neat, compact Tractor with all Working part a perfectly lubricated,- thoroughly protected from duet and easily accessible. * c. ,;- . i -'; The Superior Supply Co. -� / AGENTS Corner 2nd Ave. A 13th 8t. 8. St. John City-L. P. D. Tilley, P: Grannen, F. L. Potts, T. B. Carson and J. Roy Campbell (Con.); W. H. 3ar-na%, Dr. P: Roberts, W. E. Scully, A. F. Bentley and J. A. Sinclair (Opposition). Sunbury-B. Glasier (Con.); Robert Smith (Opposition). - . v St. John County-J. B. M. Baxter and G. Perley (Con.); W, E. Foster and D. Mercereau (Opposition); -Victoria-J. L. White and A. E came of nocaey T>eiweeu w�uuiuu�i...-1�v�-y���� � --- -, ; Ind Kimberley, it being the second#Cupkey (Con.); J. R Burgess and J. game between Cranbrook and the menfF. Tweedale (Opposition), from the miningi tpwn. Spectators | Westmoreland-P. G. Mahoney, F. were treated to one of the best games, B. Black, A. J. Legreand A. J. Trites of the season, with several'brilUant | (Con.); Dr. A. E. Smith, F. J. Swee-plays by members of bot� teams. Play, ney, Fred Magee and C. M. Legere throughout the en/re game was ex-j (Opposition). ' citing, the interest being maintained to the last minute of play. Cranbrook York-J. K. Pinder, J. A. Young, Dr, W, Crockett and S. B. Hunter stead of having the rare chances of --=>---- ~ --- meeting the lone cowboy, one will and get the steam shovel started. It run up against a neat little farm 18 n,oned V13' thjs y1ar wi" !ee the nearly every half mile where the Er,ade^� far reduced as to do away farmer's wife will invite you-to stay with 'he necessity of using pushers for dinner, besides showing you her over j;he, ld,e- , t , . , fine garden of which she is so proud, c- Boudreau has returned from, and she has a right to be proud. Sev- Edmonton, � where he represented the eral sent vegetables to the Magrath Franco-Canadian Collieries m the dep-1 exhibition last fall. She will also show station to the government on the new her Rhode Island Reds or Barred compensation bill. � . I Rocks, a few fine dairy cows and a c- J- Tompkins has returned from few. Berkshire hogs. The man will a two weeks' business trip. � explain to youithat although this The Rev- Mr- Young has received country has every possibility and a assistance here for his work in the good future he can not expand his person of Miss Hind, a deaconess from business very well on account of be- Toronto, who will take charge of the ing too far from market and on ac- Social service work in the village, count of bad roads. But if we ever The ladies' auxiliary of the Metho-get a railroad, then we will show the dist church held a very successful tea people at Lethbridge what we can and sale at the church last Wednes-raise. Yes, if we only get better day at which the sum of $97.00 was roads and some, more bridges and realized. last but not least, a railroad. So why � � -- does not the C.P.R. extend Its road from Woolford south east. It would not cost so very much and the C.P.R. would do a good service to hundreds of families on the old Mclntyre lease, besides giving them a change to produce more, to earn more, to prosper, while the C.P.R, would prosper more by doing so. to tne iasL mmuLe ui ijmj'. v"�fu����]i,i, �� ^�v*,.w..v - - ----- emerged successful, winning with; a I (Con.); E. Burtt, A. B. Kitchen, A. J score of 7 to 8. Fernie and Cran- Hughes and W. P. Lawson (Opposi brook will play a return game here tlon) Wednesday afternoon at 2.30, John Armour, who has been confined to St. Eugene hospital with pneumonia is able to be out. and about again. " HUNGER RIOT AT WESEL I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT WARNER, Alta. On !.';'".'!."� ' " AT 1.30 P.M. T " "'l."'r r".' 20 head of exceptionally fine /horses and inares, 4 and 5 years old, ranging from 1300 to 1500 lbs. 12 head of geldings, 8 head of mares in foal.-AH bred to imported Clyde stallion. TERMS OF SALE-HALF CASH, BANKABLE PAPER ON BAL. E, C, PECK, OWNER with batons and rifle butts and fell senseless, being taken (to hospitals. , This is described- .as being typical of simitar occurrences elsewhere. The Bulldogs Are Coming I The city of Malsonneuve, Que;, is considering seriously the ratepayers' 'proposal to have 500 acres of the pub-lie park ploughed up to grow potatoes for the benefit of the citizens. Women Demand Potatoes and Be come Violent When Refused Amsterdam, Feb. 7.-Via London, Feb. 8,-Hunger riots are occurring in Wesel. The Telegraf learns from the, frontier that "Dutch workmen living in the Riling province, who spend Sundays in Holland, state.that last week disturbances -occurred in Wesel. Hundreds of women march-j ed to the town hall and implored the: i burgomaster for potatoes. The bur- , J^G. W. Grimmer,, S. D. Gup'till ana; H. W. Smith (Con.); W. F. Todd. H. R. Lawrence, Burton Hill and Joseph Gaskill (Opposition). ' '~j''A ' : ,t Gloucester-J. B.' Hachey,, F^JC. B. Vucan,. Feb. 17.-In a case where , the defendant pleads ignorance of the presence of liquor on his premises > where a violation of the Liquor Act is laid, his plea should be not guilty,' instead of guilty, according to the terms of an opinion handed down by the court of appeals at Calgary yesterday. ' The'question arose" in the case of I Rex vs., Mutz, where the defendant was convicted before a police magistrate, and .the conviction was quashed by the court of appeals. It appears that the defendant had pleaded guilty to the liquor being found on his premises, but pleaded in extenuation that he had no knowledge of its being there. The magistrate refused to accept the plea of ignorance and entered a plea-of guilty,^afterwards fining the accused, who i'^as defended by counsel1. The court of appeals held that the no other remedy, as experience proves that nothing can equal Zam-Buk for chapped hands, cold sores, cold cracks and chilblains. It is also invaluable for all skin Injuries and diseases. All druggists and stores, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. 50c. box, 3 for- $1.25. Send Ic. stamp for postage on free trial box. men. Many of the women were struck Hennesey&Wilson THE STOREofBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CASSto the DOOR PHONE 789. P. LUND & SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES The Bulldogs Are Coming!' LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE is prepared to encourage the development of the Western livestock industry by extending^ibcratcr^lits to good farmers to purchase breeder and feeder^Hy^tock.;;^- 1 FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA If you are going to build, write us. i Our agent will call upon you with plans, prices, etc. We have the largest mill connections in British Columbia. Distributing Yards:- Macfcod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat .v v Headquarters at the LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARDS Cor. 3rd Ave. and 17th St. Phone516 Lethbridge,Alta. P.O.Box 180 KEEP TUB HEIFERS AT HOME I In. 1915 �4|out;45;pOQ' head of feeder cattle were taken from the Winnipegstock yards for distribution among farmers in the NorthwestetugStates, representing a serious loss to Western Canadian farmers. We wjaMj|o'-assist in stopping this movement. Consult us before selling unfinished stock. If you must sell, let us try to find you a buyer at home ajtd build up your own district. '.��'.' LethW8i Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. WHERE TO GO FOR Ropfing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces. Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HKK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. 41 31 67 ;