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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 21, 1917 -'TIIEVLETHnniDGE PACE Tho Kcho U.; r. hold n cpec- lal busliicba 'meeting on Saturday af- ternoon of this week'at which all jjiembcrB arp urged "lo be present, Tho meetliiB w.lll be licld-lu Kclio KCllOOl, CLAMMi LIFE (From 'fine Otrn Nobleford, ,-Feh.-' Ladles' Aid ioclptyVlicld. Its nnnunl, meeting at tlio liomo of :B. C.' Cisnstoun. and thcro waa a TuU altenclp.iife-. o( members and vtRltorfl: 'Omccrr elected Pro- BWcnt, B- .VIc'e-nroEldcnl, Iluchayian: serrclary'-trcasurcr, jjrs. ti. Stewnrl (re The so- nrraiiglng' Tor a big flupper.ln Ihb near, (utiiro, ami .later nxnccls to .iMtothQr Their efTort Jasl year was, very cuccessrul and llio lor Ibo I'alrJottt :Fund" .concept to be lielil at White ncrt week. A Jorge jiumber'of Inlercsting Ilema will rnaka-'a'Vory.flUracUvo pro- gram and tho' gpciker "will" bo Rev. W.'C. Mflrsli of While I.ahc people are-urged to be present and vlsttore are liearllly Invited. going -'to etay by the old way of s i fire, Dr. Jupper, wlio IFS In charge of the IN WIN 1 IlaroBB, coM (man of (lifa week lias been rallier keenly fell after Uic previous delleliLtuI weather. U will not bo long however, before medical work on Ihc Hloorl Indian: tlio bahny.elpme.fils at reservation, visited Clarcsholm vatl. irlll SLEEPY HOLLOW (From Our Own Cormiwni..... Sleepy Hollow, Fob. ploula- Alroady iiroparallons arc. far spring Us rush of ac tii'Hy, Winter excursionists are ho Binning to return among whom note Gus. Kidiuait antl family from I-onB ReacJi, Jas. Peters nnt family froin Leamington, Ont. drama and musical cnlcrlahimenL (teem qullo glad to get Lack lo fruit will bo hold In the Sleepy Hollow ful and'Sunny Allicrla. f.nnd Is be ecliobr Iiouso on 3'rJJay, .March 2nd, ginning to chanpc handa ayiln will )917 Ladlc-a arc requested considerable freedom. Tlio firm _____ ___ ___ _ to bring cake and samlftIt-lies, Collcc- Grant Molr lias recently made fL Claroaholin, Feb. ecvcral (Ion will be (alien in aid of Ihu Pa-1 a number of sa'.pR, among wlilcli arc ilpyfl of very cold wc'aliicr wo RTB Irlotlc fund. LVcrybody welcome. jiho-ealo of llio. old Suhafer place forl plnd to report tho weather niodcrat- McKnleht la loading a car of Mrs, Jcnnte Palson to Ou'cn Calmer at Ing. t wheat. j per acre; a bait eccllon cast 11.' Cornwall has gone lo Michigan: of town for M. Grant to A, P. DUnL; on business. la half section for G'co. Chew to A. 0. Friends of John Johnson will be Dllnl, In addition to Ihusc sylpn b. glad iq learn tliat he haa nearly re- LGiHiellcr recently sold llirouKh K. to covered from a.bad ailack o[ measles II. Popliam a half section (o Italph and grippe. Crow at J30 per ncro. JJcrt Uarr of {Prom Our Own Harry H. of Cranum upcnt a few days In town Ihls week. I Two rinks chipped by Holmes and Illeli Jllvor Wednes- day nlghL They lost both fntaresffng pastime. Ono day asl week, while driving along Jn hla )odgo car some mlle.i cast of town, n cotntiany with his brother Ihcy lglitp'J a uralrlo on some open sections and Immediately started a cross-country cliaae. Tho Ledger Iiolcs being frozen over, tho usually rough aiid uncertain pralrlc made a com-' 'arntlvcly Bale, and F peed Kay. TJio ivoJf liad jici'cr been followed j liound of such srced urirl endurance licforc and after a dovtouc cliape of three or four miles (Uc denizen of the was forced to capitulate submit to capture. The hide was se- cured as a trophy of the cluisu. tlicr thla pursuit will liecome popular or not ivc cannot say, but personally Itho Elrong curlcra of that lo- n. Two rinks from OMoks vlsll led1 anil wore ilu- riieetlng of llio Wide Albion Itldge, liau sold hla plato to Awako Women's JnElitule will meet Ecbaatlan Keller. Mr. Le filarr Is vlioloycir'a wrirk-Btiowa aulcnaw rc-'nHd Jeanello vlsUcd Uiclr holm rinks were skipped by HoffaU ,arnll.n EUHs... A very.plensIOB future of tho Bl3ter, .Mrs.T. [instupn, In Tabcr [his ,um) Brnrcn Ulr and taken a c--d meeting was a prcsontalJon mfljo to r i Whnl.might have .been a sorlous1 Mr- ana iahen a nonicsicaa Tho Clarep-' Rt tlie Iiomc of -Mrs. J. AlcKriJglil on WcJrieEday, March Tib. Mlko Glrcli has Fold his farm1 Mrs. W. C..Marsti, tli.c retiring prcsl- Iri the firlp of ariolhcr' coli 'mishap occurred Ihls aHornoon denl-'of who Is leaving apoll which wlth ot lhc llanlf ol Cornuierre when' toivn'next .ji'ecK: .Mrs. Stewart; made n blizzard, pi- snow an Elgin demo iislra tor, driven hy thij nrcsentatlon, ..which, consisted i of aud the'Ihermgmeter has hover- John Amundsen collided wllli Ivor n. bca.uUf.ul lunrh eel, and In a neat cd nrounii 15 artd 20 hnlow ever since. :Flugtad's Ford. The evJdcutly speech regret .of Ihe one consolalloii there Beam's lo bi got the worst of Lho deal as ti Buffered bt losing-, Mrs." Marsh, ami plenty of coal-A. car'has becii unload- !a broken sprhiR and one The her ed Ihla of labor. Mrs. Marsh, who laken by; surprise, Buttably.: replied. .Tlio .Tery cnlhuslaatlc and incsa. thfe oiembers Kre Jobhlng. forward lo a big. ivork Jn tno coming spring and -r (Tho Tied Cross.society Is looking forward''to 'a Biiccessful comert 'and njeht.- Thft.event Tvri3 booked-fur even- Ing but had to be po'slpbiJeJ. A hum-, ber o( be rendered nml [Ford was about the radiator Ed.. Johnson has returned from but It was repaired In about three Maclcqil whcro'he''baa been' on imfuutcs and Mr. Flnstad continued on. W.-'SM ,r case br poi has boen'dls-l Daviil Hamate Ehijipcil four covered In lowirand precautions are! fat cattle from this point this week being taVeri .to -avoid (.lie spread of as well as three cars of hogs, tlio malady.' Dr." Munro. has' ordered I arc very Forry to have lo re- the puhlic' Echool and- theatre th'e calllnK In of the thounled closed. ;V jpolli-o from this pofnl. Claresbblm The (iHhco which -was -to harp wm iose jn inspector Tuclcor one of been held In :thc D. S. hall. best cltlTicns. For'rho lasf seven j In-iycars he has been stationed at monng to hlg jjlaco yp uorlli. Our real estate men arc receiving o deluge of inquiries (rom jioints In tho U.K.A, concerning land and also opporluni- tics Tor cmi'loytncnl nnd wasee. Some of (lieEC Icilcrs Indicate that slr.ingo roparla ot military conscription hero have been circulated among Ihe U.S. I and they deslrt to IJG assured of the Falsify of these before vcntur- Ing across the line. Tho t Sine-honored sport of CollcMlng (lie bounds may be., superseded in Al- Ucrla. by llic more moilcrn pursuit of cliaaing.the motor ear. K. I A. Grsul Is tire evnonent of tliis tlirJIl- ivo would prefer (lie old nay. Tho meeting of tho Grand Ixidgc of the T. 0. 0. K, In Calgary this wccfc aiiraclcd qnlto a number of visitors frnni among whom were Mra. J, A. as delegate to tlie Ilebekah Aaser.nily- and Mrs, C. W. Han- sen; Mr. and Mrs. McK, Welsh anJ Kvelyn Welsh; Mrs. A. P. Huglica; U, A. Hodnes and CharlcK J. A. JUaclnrood, the ilelesate to the Grand Lodge, was unable to- siHenil, owing to the untimely visit] of (lie bank inspector. J Mr. II. II. Crcgg and Mr.. Nosu of'j representing the N'e'.v York 'Vtf Life, M-cre visitors" In town yestcnJay.' Tho entertainment by tho Kck- crcil lo return lo bujlticss. liardls on Saturday evening was well. Mr. and Mra, W. C. Cooper and Httemled find greatly by all. family Rm] MIfis Steivari of tho Union Dora May and Karl urant have been 1 Hank, visited Mrs. A. fillborl at White Laho lasl Sunday. Karl Oliver, who waa conllned to Lho wllli measles, bas recovered. J. T. Taskor, who vi'aa In Oregon on business, baa returned. Babies' Milk] Milk supplied from Individual cows that have paised the tubercular test by the flovern- merit veterinarian. Cream WANTED Highest prices paid for No. .1 Cream and Check Sent for Each Shipment by Return Mall. Milk--. MILK AND CREAM DF-LIVEI1ED DAILY, JEDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. 3. confined Lo Iliclr liotries during the fast fciv weeks from zncas- lea. Mrs. A. Han-la Is still uncJorgolns treatment In....... ?jut are pleased to Blalc IB making iirogrefis Vcrntco Gcssnor, brother ot Mrs. (oivnra recovery. Stanley Welsh, lias been sriendlnB Wall. Halfielil, who was flittering ilayn hero on W9 way to Kami from qulnscy, 1ms surflclentlj loops, n. C. yc hoi im havlne C01llro! of Thb ml has teeu.Bprolnt- Urom Granum lo Cayloy and the' Oar- c'd Eccrctary-lrcasurer., ot the ylllaer Imanpay hunch'. Mr. Tucker will tie place ot resigned. from tliis toivn not only In i- nr von- Tl10 rcEUlar monthly .meeting o' capacity Or Inspector ot Hie mount- Tha maetlnewill V, of EiircRtl, No. eil hut in T, ?vE, C5. was held on ijatnrclaj- afternoon, ,n nromptly. rtB o'clock and a larBO cpuijcflloM A. William Cocbrane Prolicrla, J. H-- Fletcher_ani] H. N Willtam Knljlil were rcprcaetitd- i 1 OBB S-' Wa 6 and A collection- of, the funds. of tho local branch. SCNoblQ'nrrivefl In town on Frl- dnv otter hU holiday In ,'SIra. Noble-anil, Trill. r'emnlivaL Kilgqwon'rancli'for a .lew days t' SivallM -.returned wtth- Iccve': J, el an lives'' VQS o Jn Ihe chair. Appointments for Iho ensuing J J. McCel an; lime; ,Parfccr Cwrulhcri, niatlo.fta-followB: for (be fourth r reevp; 'at Calgary George returned last rilghl "some lime." llcrrienl at the Carney on s day: this gasoline. i The tank heater wnsinbt ranking very Friday i and Walter Jones, I'lical R ma. A., -I tors .along by tho application of Ecini from a gallon ca'fi. Tlie' .'supply, of. decent gasoline followed back lu name lo the: the can has not befti j; ftrm :McLwlilan, aacretarj-j ,wcck bv an explosion -of -Lyons. Tabcr herJllUo-.'ilaueliicDiaftef iraqli-. itamman.V-Tabejv Vno'llcal heal dnv spent In'Nova Scotln. or. Parker Garrulhers.' A; I E Al last there Is n prospect oC and -M. Palmer-were.; nppoJnti pf decent walnp-in--lliej7oad..ftni bridge If you make your coffee in a percolator, ask your grocer for SEAL BRAND COFFEE Thie top of each can is marked as above.; In 2 Ib. Tins. Never sold in Bulk. trand; new pump LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE i, prepaid to encourage the development of the Western livestock industry by extending litcrai credits to good farmer: to purchase breeder feeder livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME I Tn 1915 about Kead of feeder cattle were taken from the Winnipegstock yards for, distribution among farmers in" the Northwestern States, representing a eerious loss to Western Canadian farmers. We wish to assist in stopping this movement.. Consult us before selling-unfinished slock. If you must sell, let us try to find you a buyer at home and build up your own district.' Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgf; MONTREAL. InslhllGd and: we 'arc 'all innre'freely now. breathing there, t) Brirrelt, the. half (ary has be lisa for l-'Pletelfcr H, N. The Becrc- d to :t- Dr.--MunVo- vf'agj called from flow Island lo'n D.MIonry. .c, nnderstand tbat-R'ffleat market aril, a rtrue alpre are eoph to'be open- c'd 'n1 Noblefo'rd.1 Cralglc, Idle ot Tow Island baa teacher .at1 tlie Kelio already taken" up his g ,arrariBcd lor ot Kenp jnd dinced until about. llirec a.m. ..ft (okc.T rnore-'than-fl'flpBll allendance to v clamp -Keno aplrlla-. Rpeclal 'commlUoe meeting of Ihe Red 'Cross branch'hcre .will d lately alter tlie concert on, Mon- seen since! The gasoline flames spread orcr 2A head of had it not arlver- bcbirior thc'siiow oh-their backa, it might havo buen Ecriolis for'some of _ who has h'ecn on LKe eick list for t last few Oays. j .the Grass? Drug Store Jiaa nioycA Ihfc stock and drug store. Include day" evening.-'. elij'-tton bf a new president. LAS- announced Treek, Hcv. C." Marsh" -will l conrtiict farewell ylccV In' t he" fechooli1 house on Sunday. -and' at jects, will 'Morning, "A Beautiful Benedlclion'.'; evening. ..Imita- tlon ot choir ia ICR and .It Is hoped tbat'Jat-EecongrCBaLions prese'nt at "all T: A- big .furhllure sale haa teen ar- ranccd for aaemoon in tho reBlauraut, when Messrs. McDow: ell and Macleod will Uispose bf their bbueehoM effect a. ;-'Ivbcal fpfithall arc peeling to have some good game: abon as thG weather opens up again- Mr. locnV slalion tisent, (s Eicflt Inlcrcst In the mal- ier. nnd K; suhscrlplion list has been prepared anil well supported. "This will atipnty a' long-felt want In the lo cality. There has heen Tar loo little heallhr sport JL Is lo be toned lhal the young people .-will tioL slop at will also armngo (or i' good tenrila court and a baseball teflirt. There Is no reason why Noble ford lead the olhcr towns in sport as.well as in other thlnge. OUeweil of Iho lensjoii" 'dopartracht ftl Edmonton hns Wildly .consented lo give ua h moving pi dura'evening on March I31h. Among other'-'films'to .bA shown win be one photographed ,by the C. P.' 11. put) Hclty 'dopxflmcnl. 'lbc: Noble farms and the breaking ol the'world's record. Thla Is a film o[ great, fnlcTCsl.rtnd a large crowd win he present lo sec 1L This week.three more rc-idenla arc moving three "Ai's." Rev. tftVc work in a new charge, 'On Jaa.'' McDowell pives tip the He Is going Into part- liorphtn J.: Home and will try to lireaV Ihe'wheat record on a farm me mild of Foremost, w-hlrli he rcfiled. Marlcod has pur- a blackFrnHh buslnesa at Car- nfanEay'and trill mdro his family thati wccV, The" Koblo lafee over.the rc3- taTirantrand will mako (he necessary aifcTnllons .lo, afld H lo their store. Ed Swedes has purchased a-lot on Iho northeast corner of the (own will more his house there In the near PAPIER, IS JSCARCE ,Loadop, acarpily or Hiom. is Walter Bays ILat he Is.. Suggestion Eciema TL will lake juat a faw momenta lo Blej) in and, ask us. what lencc has beeii in the way oi grate Tul customers n'ith the spolbing of D. D. Your money, bacb tin-. Is rapidly'IncreaainK the the lirat bottle cullies ot London hews pap erdom. Fiir-i tlicr in of several I daily pubUcalloria isV (mmlnetit, and n some casen will go Irilo effect" next" The Are.CornlngL J. HiglnbOihiiu Co.f !gists, untied and lung ouL TVe Pttetit McBn'de Wjljibtud rs adr making the neweii, neatert most convenient Boy's Waiil on ASK YOUR DEALER CRESCENT MANUFACTURING UcBRIDE PATENT BOrS WAIST. AUCTION SALE F ARfeSTOCK IMPLEMENTS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. S. W. 'ii I3-S-21, at Crystal Lake, 6 miles North Eust of Lcthbridsc. i 2 head of mares and 4 to 121years old, weight ;up to 1500 Ibs. 6 or more head of cattle, good milch slock. I good bull, coming, two A Full Line of Favin All iu Gooil Btisihess Worries In our find that many farmen, and known men are absolutely Ignorant at to their cwn.bustncii affalri: If your creditors are worrying you. If your arc not ai (hey ahould be. Could you not afford Five per ctnt, of your have properly adjusted, salisfaclory to yourself and to your'credilortT-'r', v.. -.Private correipondehcc splkitcd.and'retpected. LIQUIHATOR, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE.' BritisK'Gatiadian Trust Co. ,'-'..cEp.W. ROBINSON, Manajer ana S'ecrtlsry PHONE 1643.' 3LOCA LE THBhlDGE, 2 2 hay racks; a buggies; Idcmscral; 1 road carl; 3 sets double 'harness; 3 sets single harness; 20 turkeys; 10 geese; S 30 thoroughbred While Rock Hens and Pullets; l Bain horse bailer; a quantity of furniture, "a 'cook stove and a of other articles. V LUNCH SERVED ON PREMISES.- BCHIMEK BROS., Props. PETE LAFALLE, AucUonesr LUND SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If you are going to build, mite m Onr :igcnt jippn jiiaus, etc. We have the'largest mill connections in British ColfiiflbiaT- Distributing Yards: Macleod. Coaldale and Medicine Hat Headquarters at the LETHBRlbGE LUMBER YARDS Cor. Ave. ami 17th St. Phone 51fi L'c'thbridge, Alta. P. 0. Bos 189 Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In Om Time In Many Instances A Free Prescription You Can Have Filled and Use at Home. I Pa. Uo you wear Classes? Arc you a victim of eye strain or-oQier eye weaknesses? It so, you .bo glad In know, dial according to Dr. Lewis (here la real hope lor whose erca were failing say they have had their eyes restored (hroJKli the principle of 'ihls wonder- [ui'frec rTcacriptioR. -man says, aller trying It: "I was almost blind; CouW not sec IG at all. can read ivithout any And -my eyes do not Svalcr nnr more. At nlgbt (hey would pain dreadfully; now they Iccl line all Ihe lime. H was like n miracle to me.'- A lady who us- ed It says: "The armospherc seemed hazy' with or w.ilhoul hu' Bflor' using thU proscription tor (il- crerything seems clear. I fine print out .Uial Iho can 'even read glasses.1' It IA b who "Vear slasses can discard Ihtm In a reasonable tlmq anA muUI- more will Wable to slrcngllicn eyes BO as lo be spared. Ihe trouble and of ever setting ElAss'ea. >Eyc troubles of many descrip- may be wonrferfdlly bcnefillc.1 Wllowlns the simple julcs. Here is Iho prescription: Go Ib any active drug store .get a. tottlc of lion- Opto tablets. Crop one Bon-Op to tab- let into a- fourth of a of water and allow It to dfssolTG. WJUi liquid bathe the cyea two to four limes daily. You should nollco you: eyes rlear. up, perceptibly rlglit from the start and inflammation will quick- ly disappear. U your cyos arc boUicr- ins you, even, a litde, elccs to save them now before 11 Is too late. Many hopelessly blind might bava been Bavei If (hey had cared for their eyes In lime. Another promlpenL lo whom the abort; article was sub- milled. saM: "Bon Opto la a very re ma rkable. remedy. "IU conslltucnt'ln gvedlcnls are well known to eminent eye spL'CiaJIsla.anii widely hy Uicrh, The nianuracturcra Euaran Ue IL to alrenEthen eyesight 60% In one time in many Inslancea or rcfuni money. It can he ohlnlne- .'rom any goorl anl la one ol the rcry tew prcraratlons J fee should. be kept .on hand (or regular use In Mmfvat-OTcry iaiany.11 His solil In by Red Cross Drugi- Dook Co. and other Advt FARMS FOR SALE Part ol the N.ft-17 anil'part o( (he 20-6-30, W. acres rich bottom lanJ, one mile tTqnt Pincher CrecK largo roomed house and 50 ftcrcs broken.'clear lltlc. y Esrcclally.'siiHnblo [or bos farnilnE or market gardening. Prlca J2.500- Kasy N. W. K miles frdiil Jlacleod. SO acres aai- mer-Iallow. House anil larii.-All Icncea. Clear lltlc.'price Eaayicrms. S. E. Vi 16-S-26, W. miles from Macleod, 2 miles school. 87 ceres' broken. All (duced, liouac and barn, Prlco Good terms. S. E. y, 4-10.27, W. acres brotteii- 10 acres fallow- All (ence'il, 6.miles from iSolan. Clear title. Ensy'teTms.; N.-E. 2S-1-2S, W. miles S.-W. JtnclcoiJ. All fenced, fair buildings. 1'rlcc Easj" terms. X. JS 10-0-20, W. miles from StaTiflott. Fenced and cros3 [CDced. 310 acres hroten. .160 acres ready for crop.-Fair hullrtinES, clear title. Price HaU cash, balance arranged.'Snap. E. M 36-0-27, W. miles Trom Grarium, 220 acres In 'stubble, can bo cropped. 1517. Fair buildings, rioujf, barn, granary, clc- Fenced and cross fenced. Clear.title. Price SEND FOR OUR LISTS OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE The Trusts, Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY WA'.c, Public Administrator, and Olficlal Atayiflee for the Judicial District "of LETHBHIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY "WETASKIWIN Lethbridge office, Bank of Commorct Btdt.-i-J. W. McNicol, Insp.' ;