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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta P&GE FOUB THE 3�r Alberta OAIL V AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dtlly. delivered, per weea ... . Wc Dally, delivered, per year ......*�.00 Daily, by mall, per year........**-00 Weekly, oy mall, por year . *----$1-60 fteakly. by mall, por year to U.S..J2.00 TELEPHONES Business Office ............... tditorlal Office ............... 1"2* Wi A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Cote? ot expiry or subscriptions appear a. 'ly on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is eur authority to continue the jubscrip-1 Uon. vour King �nd Country need you r!Qht now' AIMS OF PROPOSED AUTO CLUB A week from- Friday the auto owners of the district will meet for the purpose of forming an Auto Club in Lethbridge. The Herald doslres to sUr up as much Interest as possiblo in the proposed organization because we' believe it will prove to be the greatest factor in the south for the cause ot good roads. The example to be set by Lethbridge will be emulated by smaller towns in the south, and thus a chain of associations will be formed, all having a very direct Interest in building up the road system through the southern part of the province. �'"' The aims of the Auto Club may he very nicely set forth by quoting the platform of the Calgary Auto Club, adopted at a recent meeting: To promote the construction and maintenance, of good roads. Tp further all good road projects. To acomplish proper markings of highways. To collect and disseminate accurate touring information for the benefit of members of the automobile club. To encourage and further the forming of automobile clubs in all import e leading generating staff fort, the R.N.C.V.R.) who "emM* in the local dramatics and hU have been in Calgary for Bdme time, loss/will occasion the postpone-, have received orders from Ea.qulmalt'-JX!?*'0,' thbiiplay.-.f'The Blindness of aj Virtue, to have' been presented at REMAIN!^ tWANClS JOSEPH, � p.*f^;ft^^yiJ\�lEN':. REttoVlD Amsterdam, Via London, Feb! 21.- A Bu^M|t.;�iH|4ch says tnat ac-cordlnl4$ U�i(^^�ter Lloyd, the re-; mains ^of.JBmperojr Francis ll. .have been rr�m6ved front Arco by order of Emperor Charles, .^because ., the town was i^tha.llne of(the Italian fire. The coffln was Temoyejd on the night of Feb/ 6th, abd taken on a gun carriage to the/imperial chapel in Trent, where it remains temporarily. Arco is In the Tfentino; eight miles west ot Rover*to,ti r STRONG GALE BLOWING Aberdeen, 8. D.^Feb. 21.-A 50-mile gale struck Aberdeen early today, accompaniedby ' a fine, blinding snow and a rapid drop, in temperature. It followed a "storm' warning which was believed to have been issued too late to Insure protection of stock. THURSDAY, FEBR^Rt #,,1017 detailing them tor duty on the coast. Thomas Murray, of Medicine Hat, teamster tor James Rae and compkny, was instantly killed by his wagon capsizing and falling on his neck, j He leaves a widow and three children. Major Ev Davis, for years edltdr-in-chief of the New Orleans Picayune; Raymond and Magrath this week. It is understood the Alberta Stake Theatrical company will visit our sister towns the week following. ' Creamery Meeting 'The Cardston Creamery association held "'Its annual meeting on the 12th inst.,; at the office of the company. A very satisfactory report was given , . . V�S� hJ�t �Crf,�5 from which we will be pleased to pre and regarded as one of the bestjenown |ent ltartYim detafl8 ,ater Thn n�� -----�-----------_,,,i, )|,>i ' . seui lurmer aeiaus laicr. The new newspaper men of the south, died at director8 are Ge0rge Peterson, George Duce, of Beazer; G. E. Cahoun, of Leavltt; Jos. Y. Card, Jos. Low and New Orleans. Canadian units in England have] The Grain Growers' Grain company S^rfacktatoBh," who"to the successful been ordered to turn their activities is to double the storage capacity of mainilger- A tolg increase in the dairy partially to vegetable growing this its new elevator at Port Arthur, in-spriug with a view, to augmentation'creasing it from 300,000 to of the supply of home-grown food. Suitable plots on camp districts are to be cultivated by the soldiers. A monster celebration in commemoration of 50 years of confederation is being planned for Chatham on July bushels. 600,000 Rev. Samuel Teeson, of Montreal. manager. outfit should be had this year, I * Funeral of Mrs. Bird | On Monday the services for Mrs. 1 Bird were held at the Mt. View chapel. J. Y. Card made the trip with one of the oldest Methodist mtniatew. ^ ' c r ^ m this point conveylng in Canada, is dead, in his 78th'year. SH,Xt ,--- - He came to Canada from Yorkshire In '�is^ j P the early '50,'s as a lay preacher,. and \ \� * t; was friends and is ueiug (jiauuou ------' -"it �-- - -i"'JotV a large attendance of irreuun �iv 1st by Chatham branch of the Letter was received into the ministry to Wf.v:j&ej*hbora, for the deceased was wide - . . ;__ mL.> AKuhi.nt?nn wrlll tna body and strengthen'the whole systtnv ,'� m * Evwv.tlhier.NMlS' KOTTS EMULSION /t*fm- SuUHtuitf ��OR tsi'WnnNaV*; LOANS. FOR LIVEStWE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE is prepared t� encourage the development of the Western livestock fotfuatrjr by extending liberal credits to good farmers to'puKha^b^^w nd feeder livestock. " .�'. His Majesty's awful opposition in Edmonton is wasting a lot of perfectly good time. Food riots in New York-anarchy in Chicago-Uncle Sam is getting a Britain has gradually come to the,'taste of What real war is like Btape of assuming more and-more the Carriers' Union. The' celebration will continuing active until 1905 also take the form of, an old boys' re union. Four buildings, containing 10,000 _ ly.lmown in the south, despite the John Dwane, one of the oldest shoe Cold* weather. The services were merchants in Montreal, is dead after conducted by Ernest Parrish, the Ward ---------------------- . a few days' illness. He had been in �">ff;'�����? E. M. Young furnishing barrels of potatoes, valued at present the shoe business here for'40 years ftPRJ?Prlate music. A special solo was market prices upwards of |50,000 were and was prominent as an expert Insur- adored by Mrs. Leone Parker, "I'll destroyed by fire at MaysviUe siding ance valuator >and leather goods ex- ?� wnere l'ou want me to go, dear near Presque Isle, Me., yesterday, pert. Lordi" and was very beautifully sung, Eighteen thousand barrels of potatoes _ as few ladies in this district sing were lost in a similar fire a few daysj The Canada Gazette announces the more vely. The speakers' were before., incorporation of "The Peterboro' Re- Me?8"- Jdw; J- Wood- Th�8- �uce, - view Comrany," to acquire the'Vttu*aiM'�l06: vthce ot Ontario. Mr. Rook will be Thos. F. Matthews, jas. Kendrv^ jas. assistant to Dr. Creelman, the new | Lynch, Albert H. Stratum and Ed- In 1915 about 45,000 head of feeder cattle were taken from . the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution among farniera in thf Northwestern States, representing a aerious loss to Westera Canadiah: farmers... e"^;  , We wish to 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 and build up your own district � ' � i/>,..,; LethbnJge Branch- - R. T, Brymner, Mgr. EMM FARM T burden-of the war, an-BYE TO 78TJ-' BATTERY BOYS _ _ _ r--*sridKe said "Good-bye "arid GodT' gf'tbe^lg e"ievators couldn't possibly speed" yesterdav tp another ouota of be hett4r ^ey are. ^.lvn-^ta boys who are off to do their i _ and country. The | - Calgary's internal elevator is full'. It'llis possible to fill a 2;500,000'serving""with Princess Patricia's Can bushel elevator at Calgary, Leth-1 adian Light Infantry, has been pro-bridge conjd fill halt Certainly. Lethbridge's. claims; to one fdjvi8ional school. . r W. L. Griffith, .High Commissioner's secretary, has been..appointed, with another Canadian military offic- duty for King and country. them Lethbridge boys, a number of Carmangay shipped its surplus wheat grave plots of Dominion soldiers dy-thsra in fact Lethbrldge-born, were to Calgary and blockaded the internal lnf.iB England. A plot for Canadian � . 6, . ' ,,, ,, _ '.. - soldiers.has been allocated in Brock- of the same type of manly young men elevator. � Any one of a dozen other, woo(j cemetery, Surrey, who have gone to fill up the ranks of Southern Alberta points in the Leth-' bo many Alberta units which' have bridge could have done the same already proved' their worth at St..thing. julien, Ypres, Conrcellette and other .-- points where Canadians have gained- There isn't much doubt that Hon. distinction. Lethbridge has always Bob Rogers is being groomed for the ""t:1  -'. . . . .. . ronto bov= who left yesterday, many of It is reported In railway circles, that'er, on the subcommittee ^P?^^ A new Ford company for Canada has been incorporated. to make motor tractors. The company is known :as the Ford Tractor Co.; of Canada, and will have a capitalization of � ten million, dollars with headquarters in To- been especially proud of her artillery Canadian High Commissfanership ini units. � She has supplied enough men London. We are sure Canadians will i H. W. Wood, president of the Unit- for a whole artillery brigade, and feel highly honored If he gets it. Sir ed Farmers of Alberta, haB gone east every unit has made good so far. We Sam Hughes will all his bumptious- cona^?onaa HewtTi also'vWt Ottl- are. sure that the-boys from the 78th ness would be a thousand times bet- wa and take no with R. B. Bennett, Battery will prove no exception, and ter. He has a reputation for honesty, director of national service, the ques- _ j Uon of farm labor in Alberta. Alberta Is there a movement toward free nefds eeveral thousand men who are not now in sight. while they will lose their identity as a .unit on reaching the Old Country, they will be sure to uphold the good trade on the part of any considerable name Lethbridge -has gained in the number of the people of the United 'Captain Roy Aubrey Spencer, who ranks of the fighters. The Herald States? Ida M. Tarbell, publicist, enlisted at Pembroke with the Cana- Joins the people of Lethbridge and whose work in exposing'the methods dian E"gln^r.s' has been awarded a Southern Alberta in wishing the Bat- of the original Standard Oil Co. gave ^ ^eat'eo^rage^^ tery boys good luck-and a safe return her a wide reputation, recently mining against enemy .positions' while' when the German is beaten and peace wrote: "For the United States to with a tunneling corpB. He is a.gra-i ---- - -----� - -� 4.1__1 P. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If you arc going to build, write us. Our agent will call upqu you Iwith plan's, prices, etc. We have the largest mill connections in British Columbia. Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat Headquarters at the ii, LETHBRIDGE LUMBERYARDS Cor. 3rd Ave. and 17th St. Phone 516 Lethbridge, Alta. - P. O. Box 18!) , . T^e Emerson Model "L" 12-20 is-an ideal Tractor for an^al! 'k e^' largf farmers.. Light welQht, four cylinders, two speeds, sult-v able for a-wide range of service, adaptable to practically; all.soil conditions. Will pull the Implements you new have'on'the farm such as gang plows, harrows, mowers, binders, wagons,. drags -and small road graders. A neat, compact, Tractor with all working-parts perfectly lubricated, thoroughly. protected from-slust and easily accessible. "> ' � ;nly the demand, and they should inent telephone here. hot be slow in advertising the fact' ,Mi�s Wen has accefed a T�8i"  , , _, , , _t, , , tion in McGregor's general store, ab-oad. The south is in a particular-' The gtacey dumber company Is ly enviable position this year, and the erecting new sheds in their yard, 'fa-mers should make the most of it.j W. F. Galloway of Thigh Hill, is The Herald would point out also erecting a new toarn. G. Edwards and � . ,, . .A. Orr of Champion are contractors, that (he peculiar position is such as; MrsPORTLAND,ME. GLASGOW io ST JOHN, N.5. OIRCCT PORTLAND TO GLASGOW DIRECT HALIFAX to GLASGOW . , OIBECT  ... , for infvrMUUn m to nq� *f.d MihnMk KIUDHAN CwblAtMil WIMNIPEH W M�ln S�. n�o M.59I2 VAncouvcn 5�l Cr.nvtll* St. WE SAVEYOU MONEY* ON WEARING APPAREL&SHOES FOR YOURSELF & FAMI LY HENNESEY & WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. :r of i HORSES! - HORSES! At Triplet's Feed and Sale Stable Cardston, Alberta On Saturday, February 24th AT 1.30 P.M. AS FOLLOWS: One grey^mare, 5 years old, weight 1250; one iron grey mare, 3 years, weight 1260; one pair bay geldings, 2 and 3 years old, full brothers, from Hairiiltonian and Morgan stock. The 3 year old is over 16 handp; one team of geldings, 9 and 10 years .old, good drivers, weight 1950; one black marp, .9 years old, weight 1,000 lbs., Morgan stock; one dark roan mare, saddle pony, 7-years old, weight 800 lbs.; one dark roan mare, 1 year'otdir one, bay colt, yearling, weight 900; two bay mare colts, age 9 months. These horses are all In fine condition and should meet the requirements of every one.wanting good stock for the spring. AL80 AT THE SAME PLACE I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 Singer Sewing Machine with all the attachments: 1 $80.00 stock saddle, almost new; 1 aet of double driving harness; 1 Remington automatic rifle, 35 calibre; 1 Meridian hammerless double barrel shot gun; 1 revolving office chair; 1 kitchen range. The above horses will be on view at Triplet's Barn, Thursday and Friday, February 22nd and 23rd. Sale on Saturday, Fabruary 24th.- Terme-Caah,. � '-.'"'.' N. Mt. SM(XIJ,|pw|er W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer, Lethbridge AUCTION Farm Stock and ments I On Tyesday, February 27th AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP , AT N.E. %-6-19 AT WELL'S SIDING 8TOCK-1 ttmtched team of grey geldings, 8 years old, weight 2600 11)8.; 1 (earn of black geldings, 4'years old, weight 2500 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 8 years old, in foal, weight 1000 lbs.;'- 1 broiyn gelding, 8 years old, weight about 1600 lbs.; 1 roan gelding, 8 years, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 6 years old, weight ahoiit 1250 lbs.; 1 team driving hprses,: 7 and -'8 years '�old/;, weight � 3�00 -lbs.; 1 team black horses, '4 and 6 years old; 1 pacing driving horse, 8 years old, a good-quiet driver, eats up speed j 1 norr.ej saddle horse,- 4 years old; 1 saddle horse, 5 years old'; 1 saddle horse, 7 years old; 1 bay driving horse, 8 years old; 1 team mules, about 2200 lbs.; 1 pure bred Shorthorn Durham bull, 3. years,' 1 purerbred shorthorn Durham bull, 2 years; 8 cows, due to be fresh, shortly,; 4 heifers, 3 years old, supposeil to be in calf;: .'6 cows, supposed to be in calf; 3 head cattle, 1 year old. IMPLe:MENTS--2 Frost & Wood binders; 2 Frost & Wood mowers; 118-hole;pressed drill; l-.18-doublevdlsc.Van Brunt drill; 110x16 double action disc; 2 14-ln. Oliver Gangs; 2 16-in Oliver,"Sulkies wagop and rack; 1 new single buggy; 1 top buggy; 1 double democrat^. 1 cutte?; 3 setB double driving harness; 1 set single driving harness. Also, a number of other articles too numerous'to mention. The above implements are mostly new. ,  * TRAJN ARRIVES FROM LETHBRIDGE AT 10.40 A.M. FRCe-LUNCH SERVED TERMS'CASH . P; R,- MORELANO, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, A(ictianeer ;