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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 21, 1920 LETHBRIDGE DAILY IrEIULD THIRTEEN LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C.S.. VERY.PROBABLE We suppose that Joshua, who made Ih'e still, lie living today, would :be swarded a by the Saving Society.' Foremost is ajaln fore.moat. Doni- hue again heads the rural ties association.' A U C TI0 Merlin Steed the Lethbridw ba tall coach, could with justification substitute a "p" for .Uia "I" in his last name. The Quebec M.P.P.j, catchlnj tSe spirit of the age, hare voted them- selves a higher indemnity. Suppose the Mcoit of throat medicine is re- tipbnsible. .i. 7 I .'I: 'A own to Tfillonil Suffrage ateociation. to-have" every wo- man In the U.S. a voter at the next presidential election. America may thus'hope to have a handsome man In the Held for a change. A STUDY IN HEADINGS Par be' it us to criticize 'the headline writer on Ihls but "B.C. Fir Trees Produce Sugar." And. .then, this "Discovery Not Expected to Help I plit Sugar :'How true it.is.that somebody is al- T'.a'ys taking the Joy out of life. LEARNING ilethinks a man who And alms in wlt.to .'Must read a moment carefully And meditate an hour. We all agree tlitit a fair exchange It no robbery', but what, about. an un- 'air exchange? the man that's jusl bought a ,draft on New York? A' LOVER'S TOAST .Our friendship has; been a. cruise sublime ,..T. On Youth's romantic deep; Our bark placid seas And rode'.the'. breakers .steep. lp of sweet content Wlfh -a.- inlHion.siars' Tojethor -we're- captured- the isle, at Trus.l _, -_ _ .And; skirled Uie' So' here's toDur cruisexvf -Friendship'.] !u (pfr. and stormy And here's -to the--voyage-yettabead Shan wo'fiiiish t'oge'thef 'DoiiT'coinplsliir'ff! al- ways answer your prayers." Jf h'e' did you'd harder. THE PRACTICAL VIEW Commenting on the advice-of the health exrerts, "to cut out Wssing. during .the- influenza the' Nasli-vIHe Times says: does kissing spread 'flu, but it -spreads-1 .marriage, divorce, Christmas-, and ..gossip.; Had the; worker, who risked his life in his successful -at- tempt lo save the prescription files from 'a burning Calgary drug store, been -drinking? The Eilnlonloii correspondents fltale that the pomp and ceremony connected with the opening of Ihe Al- berta 'legislature was more brilliant even than In the pre-war days. Uut' why, are wondering. Southern Alberta will .excuse a lot of the oratory in the House if a con- structive policy on Irrigation Is adopted. 1 fKrnm Our CorresDOndenli I FRANK. Feb. Harry'Moore Is laying off a few days on account .of sickness. Mr. and Sirs. M, Murphy were can- ned to Lclhbrldge Monday on account ;ot the serious Illness and dcalh of Mr. Murphy's brother. i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mdnlalbetll who have been ouite sick with the 'flu -are again able to be up. Mr. F, Krascr Is on. the sick list isuffering with the 'flu. for the relief of those who have been wondering the cause of the 'broad smile worn by J. .1. 'Murray we tako great pleasure In announcing that U Is n girl. Mother and baby both doing nicely. I The hockey match Colenwn vs. lilairinonj played on the Frank rink 'on Monday was a. victory for Cole- -man. Score 12 to 1. The masquerade ball given by the 'Bohemian citizens was largely at- The enllre family of Pnt. 71ead are 'down with the 'flu. The pupils of the rppm.sr taught .by :jliss Jlurdock and Miss Hohe enjoy- 'ert a holiday on V.'ednesday. .Mra. A. I. Hlals received word of tho very serious Illness of her mother in Kaslern Canada. JIrs, Blals left on Thursday for (he East. The largest snow fall of'the'season visited Frank on' night, snow falling all day Thursday. The family of Mr. James Nailer are all reported as Improving. Mra. Emma lUchey has relumed homo after a week's visit with friends in Hurmls, of VALUABLE FARM LANDS TABER NEAR THE TOWN IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA jjy Canada West Coed Company, Limited i The Toronlo. boanl of control ap- proved the eupcndUuro of oi' athletic fields. THERE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE REX'THEATRE, IN THE TOWN OF TABER, ALBERTA ON MARCH 3 AT THE HOUR OF 1.30 O'CLOCK P.M., BY W. A. PORTEOUS, AUCTIONEER. The Lands and Premises in the Taber Irrigation District shown on the accompanying sketch, and described as foHqws: PARCEL No. part of the South East quart- er of Section thirty-five In the above Township and Range, lying to the North of the C. P. R. and containing acres. PARCEL No. part of the North East quar- er of Section thirty-five In the above Township and Range containing 152.12 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 13 and 14 of Section thirty-five in above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres. PA.RCEL No. part of L.S. '11 and 12 of Section thirty-five in above Township and Range, containing 76 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 5 and 0 of Section thirty- live In above Township and Range, containing dO acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 4 and part of L.S. 3'of Section thirty-five (35) and part of L.S. U and 14 of Section twenty-six (26) In above Township and Range, containing 96.25 acres. PARCEL No. part of L.S. 13 and 14 of Section twenty-six (26) and part of t-.S. of Section 3 of Section thirty-five (35) in above Township and Range, lying to the South of the C. P. R. arid con- taining 68.54 acres. TERMS OF cash, balance in four equal annual payments, with interejt at 6 per cent. In the event of the purchasers making improvements during the first year of an amount not less than the first annual instalment of prin- cipal, the said first and all subsequent annual instalments of purchase money will be extended for one year if _ Ai j The said lands will be offered for sale subject to a Reserve Bid on each par- PARCEL No. L.S. 11 and, 12 of Section twenty-six (26) in above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres, PARCEL No. L.S. 5 and 6 of Section twenty-six (2B) in above Township and Range, con- taining acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 3 and 4 of Section twenty-six above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres. PARCEL No.' West quarter of Sec- containing 160 acres. Less that portion being right-of- way for Main Irrigation Ditch'. PARCEL No. 11 and 12 of Section twenty-five (25) In above Township and Range, con- talning.80 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 13 and 14 of Section twenty-five (25) In above Township and Range, con- taining BO acres.' PARCEL No. L.S. 15 and 16 of Section twenty-five (25) In above Township and Range, con- 1 talning 80 acres, PARCEL No. L.S. 9 and 10 of Section In above Township and Range, con- taining 80 acres, PARCEL No. South East quarter of Sec- tion twenty-five (25) In above Township and Range, containing I160 acres. Less that portion being of-way for Main Irrigation Ditch. PARCEL No. .3 of thirty- three (33) in Township nine (9) and Range sixteen (16) West Fourth P.M. containing 40 acres. PARCEL No. part of US. 4'of Section thirty-three (33) In last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 39.5 acres. PARCEL No. part of L.S. 5 of Section thirty-three (33) in last above mentioned Township, and Range, containing 35.5 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. 6 of Section thirty-three (33) in last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 40 acres, PARCEL No. L.S. 11 of Section thirty- three (33) In last above mention Township and Range, containing 40 acres. PARCEL No. L.S. of 12 of Section thirty- three (33) In last above Township and Range, containing 40 PARCEL No. L.S. 13 of Section thirty- three (33) In last above mentioned Township and tlon twenty-five (25) in above Township and Range, Range, containing 40 acres. PARCEL No. part of 14 of Section vhlrty-three (33) In last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 39 acres. The above property Is all n'tuated within threfc miles of the Town of Taber and within the limits of the Taber Irrigation District, and will be subject to irrigation when the canals and laterals now under conitructlon are completed. There will also be sold at tama tlrnt place the following lands outside the limltl of tilt Tnber Irrigation District, that It to lay: PARCEL No. whole of Section one (1) In Township ten (10) Range seventeen (17) West Fourth P.M. with the exception of the North Half of L.S. 3 and the-South half of L.S. 6, containing 600 acres more or lesc. PARCEL No. .West Half of Section nine (9) in the last above mentioned Township and Range, containing 320 acres. PARCEL No. the East half of Section seventeen (17) in the last above menljonsd Town- ship and Range, containing 320 acres. PARCEL No. the North half of Section twenty-three (23) in Township nine Range sev- enteen West Fourth P.M., containing 320 acres, less that portion sold for Main Irrigation Ditch right- of-way. All the above lands are within easy distance of Taber, a town of about twenty-five hundred inhabl- -vltli four grain elevators, three banks, schools, churches, electric lighting and water, and an abund- ance of cheap fuel, situated on the Mr.'n line of the Crow's Nest Branch of the C. P. Railway, with daily service. The irrigated lands will be offered for sale in ths parcels above described, and as shown on the accom- panying plan. The non-irrigaled lands will be offer- ed in the parcels above described or In smaller par. eels to be arranged on day of sale. eel and also subject to the reservation of all mineral rights thereunder, and to the terms and conditions to be made known at the time of sale or upon application to the vendors or the Auctioneer. For further information apply to the vendors at Taber, or at their office, 806 Union Bank Building, or to the Auctioneer. Dated 2nd February, A.D, 1920. The Canada West Coal Company, Limited W. A. PORTEOUS, AUCTIONEER REFERENCE: BANK OF HAMILTON, WINNIPEG AND TABER VENDORS ;