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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK alberta DAI L V .AJJ D WEEKLY Eubicrjpllin Ratei: billy.' delivered, per iveefc delivered, per Dajjy.. Uy fiiall, yd- year ..55.00 .fl.OO oy mslf, iicV rear ?160 lr, b) mall, far year to TELEPHONES Business Office............... 126! LdlwrlM OlDce 1221 .W. A, Buchanan John Vorrance lUuaRine Director IJuslncja Maiing Pale? of expiry of suhacrlptfons ftp-1 pcnr d. 'ly on address label. Accept. mce of papers nfler dste la 'cur au'Jjorily to continue tLa ;ubscrlp- Hon. >our King jnd Country nest >'ou right now' PROPOSED AUTO A week from Friday tho OKU-' era of (bo tlUlrkl will uieet lor the purpose, forming BII Club In Letlibrldjo. Tho Herald desires to stir up.'ks rmitli Interest ns posalblo In the proposed organization because wo- believe It will provo to la loo sreatcsl fnclor In Iho south for Iho of good roads. The cismple lo to set by Lothbrldse will be hy smallerClowns In Ibo soulli, ond tbus 'a 'chain of. associations will bo formed., all bavlne a very direct In- terest In building up tlie road system through' the EOUlhcril part of Ihe pro- Tho alms of the Auto Club may be very hlrely set forth by quoting (tie- platform of the Calgary Auto Club, adopted a recent meeting: promote .the construction aud. niiiljiteriauce.df good roads. Tp'further good road projects. To proper markings of hlEluvays, "To colicrl and diss'emlnalo accur- ata touring Information for ihe bene- fit of members o[ the automobile club. To eijcourflgo and further the form Ing ot automobile clubs In all Import THE. PROGRESS OF THE WAR The accumulation ot thQ many little Riyi cities! and towns throughout Al irritating acts cf (ho Germans calcu- herln Jalcd [to lest 'the patience or the To affiliate nnd associate Itself with Uplleil Stales to tho slratnlug. such essdclitlous. without douU result In Presl: To urge'Jusi" and rational hlBhwa] dent Wilson's...appealing to congress legislation.-'1 for further power to .defend Ihe rights To protect ina legitimate lulereat of bis citizens. This appeal 'will bo ol members. rnade before, congress adjourns. EO IKe compllaUou o Hlet Jt will not be riecessary to call maps .fp'r" Ihe use o! members. .session., .The sinking o[ a' To teach by precept and esarnpl Norwegian ship with the endangering ronsilderftttoh' bolh for th iqt Ihe llves'pf two .citizens Is'being pedestrian: arid user or vehicles on public bighwaya. Tlie submarine peril Is a grave our., riccpTiling- to Sir Edward Carson's PASSING I! I Tho Bi-.ik of Commerce bought the lurns'. Block Canary, for Misses and Nellie Duiisford, L'udsay. out., .have hull 614 pairs socks for Iho soldiers since the be- Innlng of the war: Major T. j. 11 formerly.ot Tdinoiitou, Is Iho first Alberta officer 1 tlie front lo be mado a brigadier .encrnl. In an address on- the war ut Win llfc-g Frederick I'alroer, tho .yell kilo illieg, Frederick .'1'almorj; Ihe' well iiiown 'war ho allies would Ihls suniuier. Her. Charles E. Perry, a Melliodlst minister for J5 years, dleil al'ToroH. ;6, ageJ SI years.- He was'prominent- .y connected with .Iho: Orange order, la which he hold inany intiinrlanl 'ices.- Fire started by a'easollno Lorcb In iLe.liands ot a plumber who .was work ing (n tho bathroom, 'almost 'gudei tho largo brick residence of J, C. Hay merchant tvhu prominent. U deposit near Ito'Jowen c lurou, Is proving-'a' EQTV! Major Mai'rlolti _who was recently ol Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Smith rclurncil lo Cannda, is now oil July was operated on ycslerday prcBuin- -iabiy but other com- _. iilteallous were found Instead. Tho BE chief discharge olliccr for with the rank bl Ucuteimil-'polohcl, Canadian units in England havo been ordered lo turn their 'activllle partially lo vegetable'growing thli spring with a view- to' aligmenlalloi ol tho supuly of homfrgroffn food, bushels. Suitable plots districts aro to be culllvalcd by tbe Boidlora. Oil of which there Is end (FYom Oyr O'-vn -Kob, 20. Tlio lltllo RFMA1N5 FRANCIS JOSEPH REMOVED Annterdnra, vlt .London, Fob: A Budipcit. dispilch Dial ac- Moyd, tlib'rv-l niali.a )I. .have fronj Xrco by' prder oi j towii! was in of tiic Hnlluii nrs. The cofllo.iWjsniojry OK (ha nlglit aud taken on a guci carriage; to In Trent, wliero H rcnialiiB 'temporarily. Area is lii tho miles wcat of AiJordcoa, 6.'- GALE A BO-nillo' llrand Wlilllook, Unllod StalijB Iho. oldest oMicrfaiiHly and ler to Belgium, will coniliuie td'Je- f" Io alii In DrUcs lu his dll'lomutlo that Eho Imd Euceumbcd to ho .'...rill- ailment mid h.'n! ii.issea away. The apa LJeiit. 0. II.: Kdwardes and hla re- cruitiug staff roK.tto H.N.C.V.H., wlio havo bccri.ln Culgary lor eomo-llme, licive received orders Iron for duty 01 Tlioraos Murray, of .Medlclnd Hal.V. mBler tor James llae and copipVriy, was HiBlaiilly killed by his wagou cap- Elzllig and falling on his neck, i He leaves a widow and three children. ailment nnd away, The (uiierjl will be held on (he al 1? o'clock. Mr. Smllli Is tbo leading gcu- local draiuntlcs and Iil9 occasion the less of gale atriicK Abprd'een early tcilay, ac-' onipa'tilcd by4a' (jnc, blludliig uil a'Vruplil dr9i> Iji.loniporaLuro. .11 ollowcd warnliiK whlcii "was lellcycd landed loo late o Insure prolcctioh-of slock. m "Cnt.Df llio.plaivn'ho Dlli.dii ou Alberta Stake Tbo- couitany visit our toivna Ilio'wcQk folloulug. f Creamery Meeting Tins Cards Ion Creamery association lieldvlts annual meeting on Ihe 12th Major Ev Davis, tor years'c-dlldr-lu- chief of (lie Now Orleaiis PJcayune, and rcpartlcd as cue or tlio best cien ol tho south, died at The Grain Growers' Is lo double tlm storage Its new elevator at Porl Arthur, In- A creasing ,11 from 300.COO to F f', satlsractory report v.pafc glveii sent further details later. TIio nen directors arc George FelorBon, GeorB'c Plice, of Bcazor; G. K. .Caliouri, 01 Jos. y, L'Ard, Joa. Low and It, 'Mackintosh, who [5 the aucccsEfu case in Iho dalr> i Funeral of Mrt. Bird -On Monday the cervices for Mrs nird held at the Ml, View cha Epeecli in the House oC Commons yes- terday, Bui the British navy Is Ihus far fairly successfully coping .wllb U, Something Q( the enormous work tho nnnr bag done since the of ''Rfltusea V-IBS, Is eays R headline. War Is uot alone lii IU awful toll.- MINERS Work Hard Shut oft trom'im and irtth'alr, blood ,thbi( and oilier tlcknett, .V-.'j TlwoU-fwdipflOOITi} I EMULSION b route to keep Mood rich, forilfr I Ihi lunji, whole iCOTTS EMULSION I LOANS FOR LWESTJjfc -TOE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE encourage ihe development of ihe Western livestock industry by eitending liberal credits to good [aimers AnJ'feeder'livestock. THE (he war' ia told by. Sir_ Edward, in -.quoting "Gsufes-of the number ot men ?aod tlme- (farispprted overseas as weir as the vast quantities of food and war muni- tions; His, Majesty's aw (til opnoEiLlon in Edmonton Is wasting a lot o[ perfectly BrllaJn has gradually coraft to tte of Bssuming more and moro the admitted now that her'allies looV'to lier gov- .ernnieril for the lead in almost every British .are ,ne- ieS5Ong vfrom the Fdpd rlota In STew Lti Chicago -Uncle Sam Is getting, a taste of what real war Is-like. union. Four barrels of valued at present-.ut.anuo uuatucea uvtu iut.tu tuaru, j-- j h -i market prices upwards of were and was prominent HS an expert Insur- Tenaered -Mrs- Leot19 ...j'..'.Iji'l9lSJsihoul 45.000 head of feeder cattle were taken from stock yards for distribution among f arpicra in' Npfthrvesfcm Slates, representing ft serious.loss Canacbin: farmers.. to assist in stopping this -i iia before felling unfjnisKed stock. If you muit' let'lis 'try to find buyer at home and build lip your 'Own district.' ranch--R. T. QijIarJo, tumbled at last, and wilj" grant Tbtes to women. Old On- becomins quite spry at Lak- Pretly! west deslroycd by fire at Maysyllle sldins anctv valuator land'leather edoda.'ex-' near Prcatiue ile., pert. -r Eighteen thousand.barrelfe bl potaioea; -._ wera last lii a sUntlar fire a le.v The Canada Gazelle announces the before. incorpbralton of "The' He: view acquire' the W: R. Rook. of ncsa of the Pelerboro1 llevlew "Print1 toe Ontario Agricultural '.College at Ing and Publishing Co, lliiuf- Guejph. has been made as9islant com-.datlon. .The new coaipany's can'tal mis si oner of aEricuHuTO for; the pro- Is JfiOjOGQ. Provielonal dlreclora, r (j: of Onlnrlo.-. .Sir.; Rooli. will fie Tbos. F. Matthews, asslslaat; to Dr. 'Creelinan, the new1 hynch, .Albert II. SlraUoa. commissioner. J warrt A.'Peck. J Hon.-G.-Howard Perguspri nasibeen' r assured tbat the has been providing cyanide for the gold.and.silver mines of the Empire. Ibe'Gerroan Supply bti 'arkcr. "I'll go wLere iou want me to go, tlcar and was very beautifully sung, Bg.-few ladles In Ihls more effectively. The speakers' were Messrs. L'tlw. J. TJtos. Ducc, Jn'o. 'V. Parrlah, JRB. S. I'arkcr and Etnest ParriBh. The poll-bearers were alh as fol- lows: Jno. Web- AVebsler, Ellla Wcbsler, Fred Neville. Jr., and Albert Neville. The B'jlldoga Are Britain herself la Gaanclng of.lhV eipphdltuiQlfor iH4 allies. .-.V-'.....; internal elaralor'ls full: H. W. Niven, C., one ot'lhe brisinal BOYS ,flld or (he -eprcd' yesterdav.to another at v _' .oe.oeiier man LHB> are. Bushel Leih-.l adiau Light Intantry. 'has5" been' pro-. bridise dozen .such, mbled (f the lacipprary neat.- "d" tai'l 'lethhrid coinrnandlng a.Canadian duty bojj Tvho are off to do their, tor King and countir. The J yeslerdar, "W. 'QrlfntH, :Hish. Commission- er's secretary, baa with another Canadian miHlary'offLC- circlesithat'.er, on the sub-commlttee'superv-isicg boys, a -number of Carmarigay. shipped.its surplus eat Eravo plots -of soldiers dy- .in" were Calgary blockaded Use Jnlerifai ofJhe type oi manlj- young men Any -one.'of a dozen other cemetery, Surray'. i -new. Ford company for .CaBada bas beea Incorporated.to. make motor trictbra- The company iV fcn'own -.as the-Ford Ti-actor Co.r of Canada, and have a rail- go'ne to fill up" lie.ranks oi points in the.'hetJi- EO Tnahy'Alberln''units which-' hare 'bridge Bama -There isn't much donbt that Bob' Hogers'.fa being groomed Jor Ihe :lion.' with. headquarters. In TV tlready-proved tnelr at St. Julieii, and other whVere Canadians have gained disUnclion.'. {Lelhbridge. bas ,alw2T.5 cstwclally proud.of.her artillerr Canadian High "Commisslonersblp -inj enough men sure Canadians Trill." H. W, Wood, president of Ihe'unlt- -for _a..whole artillery brigade, ancl 'feel Lrgair honored if he gets It. Sir cd Farmers-of has go'na'east evCTy unit has" made good EO far. We Sam'Hughes will all his bumptious- to att.ead a .'Dumber ot.'aErlcultural tv, t IT 'v i T L. "u i. i, conventions. He will 'also visit .Olta- Uie-Doys from Lhe rSth ness woum be a thousand times and'lake un with R 'B Beanetl -.Bilt.efy wilV pVove aod fer. He has a reputalton for honesty, director of national 'qiies- .TrMle they wili lose their ideblitj1 I tion of farm labor in Alberta. Alberta ,'E unit on reaching the Old Counlrr.l Is" there'a movement toward free! npeds several thousand "men ivho are they will be'Enfe to uphold the eoM Irade'tm the part of E- gained fa the number, of (he'p'eople of th'e.Uniled 'Captain Pnnficer. who ranks-of flgblers, Jnie" JleraldVstaies? v Ida M. Tarbeil, at Pembroke Cana- '.Jolns the'people of and whose work.in methods dian. ha3_ been Awarded a Southern Alberta la wishing the Bat- of the original Standard Oil Co. gave .ferr.tujys good lueJranil a safe rciurn her :-a "wida' recently the German is beaten and peace'wrote: Is restored. P. LUN) SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LTOBER m SUPPLIES If yoii are going to build, write ...iisi ,6ur agent will call upon you 'Jjvith' plan's, prices, etc. byive the mill coiinectiohs iu Britisli Oolnmbia. Maclepp, CoaWale wid Medicine Hat LETHBRIPGE Cor. 3ril Aye. arid Phone 51ft 'LetHbridge, The .Emc.rion Model 12-20 Is. an'IdcaT Trattbf Light welohl, four eylindcrs, two f for range of tervlce, adaptable-to practically: conditions. VWIM pull the Implements haVB'on'.the farrri'-- such ''ai gang plows, harrows, mowers, J. and irriall roa'd graders. A Heat, wltK .Wofklnij' lubricated, thoroughly'. protecUd frbm'-' dUctYard I cailly acceBijhlt.' -X i' The Superior Supply Co. AGENTS Corner 2nd Ave. i 13lh 3t. S. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S SEED GRAIN REPUTATION be cutllng off our nose lo spite our face.' The (arid should be lowered generally as fast as It can be. done lo against eheibr .posliions'wrtlto' .wrote: "Far Ihe 'Unlled lo wilh a lunnellng carp's. He is a.gra-l crect'iarilt walls against Europe now duale cf was iwardcd the Military Cross (or. sallznlry 'a shorl time ago. -J r. t r- ___ The family arulrs of the Inlc ncoreel The Hcrala !a pleased to nole that our markets Certainly trade .Clayton Leonard, a wealthy ptoneerf JLe Canadian Pacific Railway has ,-s dejiined to undergo Eome Import- Vancouver, founder-.ot -the' well T TT1 tte SS rt.prnEnt ol ieed Sraln from South- ___------------_ ioE5 court_ CHAMPION (From Our i era 'Alberta points to Uiose parts of Kflskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario 'nrhere' seed grain is going to prove one of thei prime necessities ol Ihe sprfne's farming operations. 'K'hlte It U unfortunate that the farmers of the eanlern prairie provinces and Ontario enins. are placed In a position Iheyl .Mr- and Mrs. Thompson of Calgary, must provide seed from oulflde sour- Bn6llL llie week-end wl'.h their daugh- Champion, Feb. Clever of C6S. It Is fortnnale tor Sonlhem Al- berta farmers that they are able to ter, Mrs. A. S. Robcrls. Miss Buzza has taken the first wife, Jfrs. .Nellie Leonard, seeking lo prevent .Ihe Eccond wife, Mrs. Jeanncttc Leonard, from ..acting as c.vecytri.v. of Ihe which Is valued al more than AUCTION SALE of The Bulldogs Are operator with the eur-ply- the demand, and they should rnenl telephone here. not bs slow In advertising tbe fact' HENken. has accerled a posl-' ly enviable position Ihls year, and Ihe shoulij make the most of W. F- Galloway of Thigh Hill, la The Herald would point out also erecting a new barn. O. Edwards and ,to Impresa'. on our fanners the Im-.ga'ry. ol good serf: The past yeari Mr. ana Mrs. L. J. Adams returned has given Southern Alberta a repula-itroln Calgary on Salarday. UoK for high quality eialn whkh hmlly 1. ng ine west in Calgaiy. ...ercrr farmer should ia his lo; A dance was held at toe home of '.forward. Sowing vigorous seed, and BuJ. Iloberts on Tuesday evening. Ted Mason and Miss Seal wero united In marriage at Calgary on Tuesday. f J.'H. Miller led rhom- Ing for a Irln lo J. Csrsss.rct'jrneQ1 on Saturday from a visit lo Vancouver. on eiperlpenls with seed selectJon wlH help the farmers In C .operations, and at the fame lime lend the reputation gained. .much. Importance.'cannot V-Vplaced on the class of seed EOWH isij. 'GLASGOW TO SI JOMM, M.B DIRECT POrVUATIO TOOIASGOW WE SAVE YOU MONEY! OH WEARING FOR YOURSELF FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBR1DGE. HORSES! -HORSES! At Triplet's Feed and .Sale Stable Cardslon, Alberta Qn Saturday., February 24th AT P.M. AS FpULOWS: One grftyjnare, 5 years oTrfr weight 1250; one Iron grey mare, 3 yean, weight 1250; one pair bay "jeldlngs. 2 and 3 years old, full brothers, from Hamiltonlan and Morgan etock, The 3 year old over 16 handi; orift team of gtldinea, 9. and. 10 years .old, good drivers, weight 1950; 'one black rnarV, ,9 "years old, ths.r Morgan stock; one dark roan mare, saddle old, weight 800 Ibr; one rfark'rcan mare, 1-year one, bay colt, yearling, weight 900; two bay mare 9 months- These are all In. fire condition and shoulU .meet the requlrernenti of every good slock far the ipring. ALSO AT THE SAmE PLACE I SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 Singer Sewing Machine with alt the attachment: 1 ateck saddle, almost of double driving Rem- ington automatic rifle. 35 calibre; 1 Meridian hamraeficsi double barrel shot gun; 1 revolving office chair; 1 kitchen range. The above horset will be on view al Barn, Thunrfay and Friday, February 22nd and 23rd. Sale on Saturday. February Z4th. Termi Caih. N._M. W..L. vyiLsON, Auctioneer, Lelhbrldge liGTIQN SAll Stock ements On Tiiesday; 27jth AT SHARP -.4- AT WELL'S 1 matched team of erey geMlngs, years' old, 2600 Its.; ol hlack 4 'yearn old, WUJKUI 2500 IbiJ; 1 hrown' marc, 'S years olil, in foal, weight 1COO -brdrfn ccUllng; 8'Viara old, weiEhl about 1600 Iba.; I roiri' 8 weight 1400 Ibg.; 1 liay Ecldlns, .6 yeare about-: lenin 'driving nbrses, 7 years old> weight 2tOO I. lea'm' black horses, 1 and 6 ycnra old; 1 pacing rlrlvini roaJM.old, ,-v KCKH! driver, c.ili up-jpeeJi I'.sirrel aadnle horse.' 4 ycara old; 1 soodlo horse, 6 years old; 1 saddle horac, 7 'years old; 1 bay ilriTfng horse, S years oW; 1 team riiuieV, Bbout 2200 Ih3.; I pure bred Shorlhorn Durhnrn bull, 3, 1 Shorthorn Durham bull. 2 years; 8' cows.; fliie' to 'he Intli itimllr.; hcUcn, 3 years old, suppose.! lo be In call; 6 cows, sup'poa'fd lo to In call; 3 head callle, 1 year old. 2 Frost binders; 2 FroaV WOK! mow- .era; 1 IS-hole pressed drill; 1 IK-doublc disc Van Dniiit drill; 1 16x15 .double' ncllori dlac; 14-ln. Oliver dangl; 2 16 In Oliver 1 wafop'arid rack; 1 new Elnijle hiiBBy; 1 top dcrablo demo- crat; 3 cutlef; 3 sets doub.'e driving harness; 1 set driving harness. Also- a number of other articles loo numerous' to' mention. The above Implements are mostly now. ARRIVES .FROM LETHBRIDCE AT 10.40 A.M. O FRte-'LUNCH. SERVED TERM9'CA8H ;P. R, MORELAND, Prsprlstor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;