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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAn/r fTEhALD PAGE 8BN&$ls> i U. i. i�/*rH^*old a spec i meeting on Saturday af: (From .Our Own Cnrrvnrmawi Nobleford, -Feb. 23.-The Ladles' Aid society*'held its annual, meeting yesterday: afternoon at the home of Mrs. ;B. C. Cranstoun. and there was a full attendance of members and visitors. Offlcerr elected were: Pre-nidont, Mrs. E.. Moser;. vice-president, Mrs. Buchanan: secretary-treasurer, M�s;. H. Stewart (re-olected). The society-Is arranging for a big supper:In the near, future, and later exneets to produce another pty'y. Their effort last year was very successful and the whole year's work shows splendid results; A. very pleasing feature of the meeting? was a presentation made to MrB. W. C. Marsh, the retiring'president-'of the society, who Is leaving town next week. .Mrs. Stewart made the presentation, which consisted. of t v The Keho ial business__,______ . ternoon of this week at which all members are urged to be present. The meeting will be held in the Keho school. ' Arrangements vhftVev been , completed for the Patriotic1 Fund concert to be held at White Lake on Friday of next week. A large number Of Interesting Items will make^a-very attractive program and the speaker will be Rev. W. C. Marsh of iNobleford. AH White Lake people are urged' to be present and visitors are. heartily. Invited, mclellan reeve of eure (From Our Own Correspondent) Grassy Lake, Feb. 22-Misses Jean and Jeanette Raisbeck, visited their sister, Mrs. f. Inglespn, in Taber this week We are in the grip of another cold spell which started Friday last with a blizzard. Several inches of snow tell and the thermometer has hoyer- claresholm life just oni after going'to stay by the old. way of starting a Are. Dri Tupper, who is in charge of the medical work on the Blood Indian reservation, visited Claresholm this week/- in land in the ;t beautiful lunch set, and .in a neat ed around 15 attd 20 below ever since. speech expressed the regret of the society of losing ; Mrs.  Marsh, and Wished her success in her new sphere of labor. Mrs. Marsh, who was taken by: surprise,.", suitably replied. The meeting was very enthusiastic and the members are. looking forward to a big work in the coming spring and summer.; , , The Red Cross, society is looking forward to a" successful concert and lecture ; on Monday nltrht. The event was booked for last Wednesday evening but had to be postponed. A number of solos, etc., .will be rendered and recitations will be given by ladies frpra \the district around; The program, will conclude with a lecture on "The Red Cross in Peace and War," .h �Ta Hnmnirprt ahnut the rs Ed. Johnson, has returned from Macleod where he has been'on business. A case of small pox baa been discovered in town' and, precautions are being taken to avoid the spread of the malady.'Dr. Munro, has ordered the public school and local' theatre closed. .,________ The dance which was to have Wfn jose |, inspector Tucker one of been held in the L. D. S. hall, Tues- her best citizens. For the last seven day, the 20th, has been postponed in-jyears he has been stationed at Clares-definitely. r holm having control of the district W. S. McCrostlc has been appoint- fr0m Granum to Cayley and the Cared secretary-treasurer of �the village >mangay branch. Mr. Tucker will be in place of Wm. Raisbeck, resigned, i misse(1 from tnIg town not only m The regular monthly meeting o' . tne cailacity Cf inspector of the mount- YOU CAN DO BETTER? ttt HENNESEYAWlliSON DRYGOaoS. MENS WEAR, BoaTS Sf'SHOES ." NORTH LETHBRIDGE. PARS TO THE DOOR. of town for L. M. Grant to A. P. Blint; a half section for Geo. Chew to A. G. Blint. In addition to these sales L. D. Ledbetter recently sold through E. H. Ponham a half section to Ralph Crow at $30 per acre. Bert Le Barr of Albion Ridge, has sold his place to Sebastian Keller. Mr. Le Barr is moving to his place up north. O.ur real estate men are receiving a deluge of inquiries from points in the U.S.A. concerning land and also opportunities for employment and wages. Some of these letters indicate that strange reports of military conscription hero have been circulated among the U.S. people, and they desire to be assured of the falsity of these before venturing across the line. The time-honored sport of following the hounds may be. superseded in Alberta by the more modern, pursuit of chasing the wolf with a motor car. E. A. Grant is the exponent of this thrill- ing and interesting pastime. One day last week, while driving along in his Dodge car some miles east of town, in company with his brother they sighted a prairie wolf on some open sections and Immediately started a cross-country chase. The badger holes being frozen over, the usually rough and uncertain prairie made a comparatively safe and swift speedway. The wolf had never been followed by a hound of such speed and endurance before and after a devious chase of three or four miles the denizen of the prairie was forced to capiiulate andj submit to capture. The hide was se-i cured as a trophy of the chase. Whether this pursuit will become popular or not we cannot say, but personally wo would prefer the old way. The meeting of the Grand Lodge of the I, O. 0. F. in Calgary this week attracted quite a number of visitors from Harons, among whom were Mrs. J. A. f|.-.v as delegate to the Rebekah Assembly; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hansen; Mr. and Mrs. McK. Welsh and Miss Evelyn Welsh; Mrs. A. P. Hughes; R. A. Hodges and Charles Welsh. J. A. Blackwood, the delegate to the Grand Lodge, was unable to attend, owing to the untimely visit of the bank inspector. Mr. H. II. Cragg and Mr.. Ross of Lethbrk'ge, representing the New York Life, were visitors in town yesterday. The enteriainment by the Eck-hardts on Saturday evening was well attended and greatly enjoyed by all. Dora May and Earl Grant have been Babies' Milk Milk supplied from Individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the govern-; merit veterinarian. As. SI' % confined to their homes during the | ]:ast few weeks suffering from measles. Mrs. A, Harris is still undergoing treatment in Lethbridge, but we are pleased to state is making progress toward recovery. Walt. Hatfield, who was suffering few days here on bis from quinsey, has sufficiently recov- loops, B. C, Cream - WANTED Highest prices paid for No. 1 Cream and Check Sent for Each Shipment by Return Mail. >, Milk--- MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. 3. ered to return to business. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cooper and family and Miss Stewart of the Union Bank, visited Mrs. A. Gilbert at White Lake last Sunday. Earl Oliver, who was confined to the house with measles, has recovered. J. T. Tasker, who was in Oregon on business, has returned. Vernice Gessner, brother of Mrs. Stanley Welsh, has been spending a way to Kanu a) Illustrated by a number of very fine tne Burai Municipality of Eureka, No. jea poijce, but in social and sport c\r- lantern slides. The meeting will begin promptly, at 8 o'clock and a large attendance is expected. A collection will* be-taken in aid of the funds of the local branch. C. S. Noble arrived in town on Frl-dav looking well after his holiday in Qailfomia. :Mrs,,Noble ana family 65, was held on Saturday afternoon, February 17. Councillors present: A. | Proberts, J. R. Fletcher and H. N Barrett, with Reeve J. J. McLellan ! in the chair. Appointments for the j ensuing year were made as follows: j J. J. McLellan,' reeve, for the fourth | time; If you make your coffee in a percolator, ask your grocer for Seal Brand Coffee fine�xmovmr*j i f OR USE I N , 'P|R,fi%#^'W� K cles as well George Ringrose, William Cochrane and William Knight were representatives to* the Grand Lodge at Calgary this week. George returned last night and reports "some time.' Vn-...... ------- ________ . Parker Carruthers, deputy.'tJ�mt*xf!�T?&T'Tusf tt,"f Will remain at Kilgowan ranch for a reeve; Robt. McLachlan, secretary.;T"? v Carney one day this tew days yet.- ' . treasurer;, Prowse & Lyons, Taber Z�eV ? 2? texP,oaion,; supply of decent wateiHir4h4 ToM -a** bridge cimm^e /for' tfr^fwohne from a two gallon can. The i � * �.^'BM, nnmn Wifceenf eaStliaMhof the muntflpauTj? and J. J.----- � w* Jn n�m�  Jt. Ejetchej |ind H. N The top of each can is marked as above. In land 2lb. Tins. Never sold in Bulk. LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE is prepared to encourage the development of the Western livestock industry by extending liberal credits to good farmers to purchase breeder and feeder livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME i In 1915 about 45,000 head of feeder cattle were taken from the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution among farmers in the Northwestern States, representing a serious loss to Western Canadian farmers. 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. Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL. 189 town. A brand new pump has been? Installed and we are all breathing' ino-e freely now. me understand that-a meat market ar'i a drug store are soon to-1)e opened in' Nobleford.' Mr. Craigle, late of Bow Island has been appointed teacher at the Keho sriinol and has already taken up his' du"en there. ~ > \ A dance-was. arranged for at Keho Mit�4. MONTREAL. TORONTO, WINNIPEG. VANCOUVER. AUCTION SALE McBRIDE PATENT BOY'S WAIST. Business Worries In our past"experience we find that many merchants, farmers, and well, known business men are absolutely Ignorant as to their own business affairs:- If your creditors are worrying you. If your 'affairs are not as they should be. Could you not afford (&%) Five per ctnt. of your Income to have matterc properly adjusted, satisfactory to yourself and to your creditors? v ..Private correspondence solicited,and respected. ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQUIDATOR, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. British Canadian Trust Co. . 'V.QEO. W. ROBINSON, Manager and Secretary > PHONE V1S43.' . COrVVBcARE BLOCK LtTHBruDGE, ALT A, On TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. At S. W. M 13-8-21, at Crystal Lake, 6 miles North East of Lethbridge. STOCK- 12 head of mares and geldings, 4 to 12.years old, weight up to 1500 lbs. 6 or more head of cattle, good milch stock. 1 good bull, coming two years. A Full Line of Farm Machinery, All in Good ;\ Repair. 2 wagons; 2 hay racks; 3 buggies', 1 democrat; 1 road cart; 3 sets double harness; 3 sets single harness; 20 turkeys; 10 geese; 5 ducks;, 30 thoroughbred White Rock Hens and Pullets; 1 Bain horse bailer; a quantity of furniture, a cook stove and a number of other articles. LUNCH SERVED ON PREMISES. SCHIMEK BROS., Props. PETE LAFALLE, Auctioneer P. LUND & SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES , If you are going to build, write us. Our agent will call upon you with plans, prices, etc. We have the largest mill connections in British Columbia. Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat Headquarters at the LETHBRIDGE LUMBERYARDS Cor. 3rd Ave. and 17th St. Phone516 Lethbridge,Alta. P.O.Box 189 Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's time In Many Instances A Free Prescription You Can Have � Filled and Use at Home. Philadelphia, Pa.-Do you wear glasses? Are you a victim of eye strain or other eye weaknesses ? If so, you will.be glad to Know that according to Dr. Lewis there "Is real hope for ypu. Many whose eyes were falling say they have had their eyes restored through the principle'of this wonderful-free prescription. .One man says, after trying it: "I was almost blind; could not see to read at all. Now I can read everything without any glasses and jny eyes do not water any more. At night they would pain dreadfully; now they feel fine ail the time. It was like a miracle to me." A lady who used it Bays: "The atmosphere seemed hazy;' with or without glasses, hu' after using this prescription for fit-teen 'days everything seems clear. I can even read fine print without glasses." It is believed �hat thousands who .wear glasses can now discard them in a.reasonable time and multitudes more will be able to strengthen their, eyes so as to be spared the trouble and expense of ever getting glasses. .Eye trouble? of many descriptions"'may be wonderfully benefitted j by following the] jslmplg, jrutes. Here is the prescription: Go to any active drug store and get a_ bottle ot Bon-Opto tablets. Drop one Bon-Opto tablet into a fourth of a glass of water and allow it to dissolve. With this liquid bathe the eyes two to four times daily. You should notice you; eyes clear- up. perceptibly right from the start and inflammation will quickly disappear. If your eyes are bothering you, even a little, take steps to save thorn now before it is too late. Many hopelessly blind might have been saved if they had cared for their eyes in time. Note: Another prominent physician to whom the above article was submitted, said: "Bon-Opto is a very remarkable: remedy. Its constituent in gredients are well known to eminent eye specialists. and widely prescribed by them. The manufacturers guarantee it t,o strengthen eyesight 60% in one week's time in many instances or refund the money. It can be obtained from any good druggist and is- one of the very few preparations I feel should be kept on hand for regular use in almost every family." It is sold in Lethbridge by lied Cross Drug & Book Co. and other druggists.-Advt. Part of the N.%-17 and part of the S. E. 20-6-30, W. 4th-80.59 acres rich bottom land, one mile from Plncher Creek, all fenced/ !; large roomed house and out-buildings', 50 acres broken, clear title. \ Especially suitable for hog farming or market gardening. Price $2,500. Easy terms. N. W. Y*, 20-S-25, W. 4th.-5 miles from Macleod. 80 acres sum* I mer-fallow. House and barn. All fenced. Clear title. Price $3,200. ' Easy terms. " ' . S. E. % 16-8-26, W. 4th.-7 miles from Macleod, 2 miles from , school. 87 acres broken. All fenced, house and barn, clear title, � Price ?2,750. Good terms. S. E. Y* 4-10-27, W. 4th.-85 acres broken. 10 acres summer- . fallow. All fenced, 6 miles from Nolan. Clear title; Price $2,700. Easy terms. N. E. 28-7-26, W. 4th.-ft miles S. W. Macleod. All fenced, fair buildings. Price $1,650. Easy terms. I N. % 10-6-26, W. 4th*-8 miles from Standoff. Fenced and cross fenced. 310 acres broken. 160 acres ready for crop.''Pair buildings, clear title. Price $4,500. Half cash, balance arranged: Snap. E. % 36-9-27, W. 4th.-6 miles from Granum, 220 acres fn Btubble, can be cropped 1917. Pair buildings, house, barn, granary, etc. Fenced and cross fenced. Clear title. Price $6,000. SEND FOR OUR LISTS OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE The Trusts & Guarantee Company, Lii CALGARY LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge office, "'T.-Wj > ALBERT^ Public Administrator, and Official AsalOT^a for the Judicial District of u'StyW' '_ CALGARY WETASKIWIH MACLEOD Batik of Commerce Bldg.- W. MeNicol, jMp. � | 485348482323534823532348235323 235323238948535353010053235348534823234848235353235353484848234848000200310223234853485348 D+.+? ?0988761668210205302?? 08043601 ;