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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX. .tiie lethbridge daily herald otd^ESpAV,,lfEBByAR'y'28^mty LEGAL NOTICES JUDICIAL- SALE 16. are required to file with the {Trusts arid Guarantee Company, Limited of Calgary. Alberta, by the 17th day of April, 1917, a full statement duly verified of their claim and of any security held by them, and after that date the Administrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed or of which have been brought to its knowledge. Dated this 26th clay of Februarv. A.D. 1917. H. OSTLUND. Lethbridge. Alberta. Solicitor for the Administrator. Approved for three insertions in the Lethbridge \ Daily Herald.-J. A. J., J. D. C. ||N THE MATTER OF AN ORDI-) NANCE RESPECTING THE VOLUNTARY WINDING-UP OF JOINT I STOCK COMPANIES, BEING CHAPTER 13 ' OF THE ORDINANCES .OF ALBERTA, 1903, FIRST SESSION: 1 -And- IN THE MATTER OF THE' WESTERN CANADA LUMBER COM-,\ PANY, LIMITED, IN LIQUIDATION: The Creditors of the above named Company are required on or before the Fifth Day of April, A.D. 1017, to send their names and addresses forced stoppage here constitutes a grave hardship in many cases but the high commissioner's department considers it should be a boon rather than run the present risks of ocean travel. mjners' convention stilC grinding away (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Feb. 27.-The same old grind on committee reports goes on in the miners' convention here. Secretary Carter's report .has been the particular matter under consideration during the sessions yesterday and today, and is. still on the order of business. At.the present rate the business of the convention' will not be completed this week. at starland .!.__: pharming little Vivian Martin, who is always a favorite with a Lethbridge i audience, will 45e seen ai Starhuul to-hvrtght. and tomorrow m a splendid drama of the dayst of the American | Civil War. "Her Father's Son." Two (brothers, William and John Fletcher, become  estranged." William is a wealthy southern planter; John is I poor. Each has a beautiful daughter ! but �'Williain thihtfs John's child is a jboy, and in later years writes John Uhat he wishes to adopt his "boy." When dying John makes his daughter [ promise to go to her initio, masquerading as a boy.' The civikwar.breaks lout and she is caught in confederate uniform and. held by the north as a spy. Very interesting developments follow. In addition to the feature the latest War Weekly and a good comedy will be shown. _WAR NEARS CLIMAX Hamilton/ Feb. 27. - At a joint meeting of the Canadian club and the board of trade', at which Sir Geo. Foster spoke, a cablegram from" Sir Robert Borden was read, in which he stated that the war was nearing a climax, which might be reached at any moment, and emphasizing the need of vigorous recruiting. at the majestic The formation.of a local branch of the Canadian ,ex-Convicts Mutual Welfare league will bo formed in Lethbridge^ by Percy Hagel, criminal ! lawyer and former convict, when he : arrives "here id deliver his address in ; the Majestic theatre on Thursday, March 1st, on the-^ subject of criminal : life and his prison' experiences. Mr. : Hagel has formed branches of this organization throughout Canada. The league is composed exclusively of 'ex-convicts and has as its object the establishing of better conditions for I a If former prison ininates. Mr.'Ha-j gel1 is anxious to meet in Lethbridge j all ex-convicts who'may be resident here. BORDEN TO BE DINED London. Feb. 38.-The Duke of Con-naught, Premier Lloyd George and several other ministers will 'attend Sir George Perley's dinner to Sir Robert Borden tonight. I at the orpheum { So great were the {numbers of peo-] pie crowding into the Orpheum last j night to see Helen:. Heists in her j great serial, Lass of the Lumberlarids; that the second episode, shown last night, will be held over for another night/ and will be shown for the last time tcliighf. Other good" pictures will also be shown. The Bulldogs Are Coming! Crime, Criminals and My rience LECTURE BY PERCY HAGEL -AT- MAJESTIC JTHEATRE _ Thursday Evening, Mar. 1st At Eight O'Clock Tickets 50c Unreserved Auction and Implements On Wednesday, March 7th, / AT ONE O'CLOCK ' On the farm of J. J. Tiffin, west half of Section 11-8-21, six and half miles south east of City. HORSES-4 matched team of brown mares, 4 and 5 years old, in foal, about 2800 lbs.; 1 matched team of bay mares, 8 and 9 years old. in foal, about 3000 lbs.; 1 grey mare. 8 years old, about 1500 lbs.; 1 matched grey team, 5 and 6 years old, about S400 lbs.; 1 roan mare 8 years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 black mare, 4 years old. 1200 lbs., supposed to be with foal; 1 matched team of mares, rising 3 years old, about 2400 lbs.; 1 team roan geldings, matched, 4 and 5 years old, about 2700 lbs.; 1 matched grey geldings, 6 and 7 years old, about 2200 lbs.; 1 brown gelding, 8 years old, 1300 lbs.; ] bay gelding, 4 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 brown gelding, 5 years old, weight about 1500 lbs.; 1 grey geiding, 3 years old, weight about 1250 lbs.; 1 black gelding, 3 years old, 1100 lbs.; 2 grey geldings, 3 years old,-weight about 2200 lbs.; 1 grey saddle horse, 5 years old, about 1100 lbs.; 1 bay driving horse, 5 years old, about 1100 lbs.; 1 team geldings, 3 years old, weight 2500 lbs. These horses as advertised are all broken. All these mares are bred to Registered Percheron stallion. PIGS-1 Berskhire sow, to farrow in April. " CATTLE -1 cow, 5 years old, milking now; 1 cow, to be fresh shortly; 1 call; 1 registered Shorthorn Durham Bull, 2 years old. IMPLEMENTS-1 truck wagon; 1 mowing machine; 1 hay rack; 2 lumber wagons and grain tanks; 1 democrat wagon; 1 single buggy, pole and shafts; 1"manure' spreader; 1 side delivery hay rake; 2 sets double team harness, fi% horse power engine; 1 stock saddle and 1 gasoline engine. POULTRY-50 Silver Wysndottes, silver, laced. FURNITURE-6 beds, springs and mattresses cqmplete; 2 oak bod room suites; 1 bed room suite; 1 large extension table; 1 oak sideboard; 10 dining chairs; 1 kitchen table; 1 sola; 1 cook range; 2 heating stoves; 1 Singer stiwing machine; 4 small rugs; 1 oak rocking chair; 1 Morris chair; child's high chair; washing machine: churn; 2 clothes baskets; 1 refrigerator; 1 bread mixer; 1 oak parlor centre table; 4 toilet sets; milk pails and milk cans; 6 lamps; 1 Hin-man milker, 2 units. / Everything will be sold as the proprietor has rented his farm. TERMS .CASH v J. J. TIFIFN, Prop. JAMES A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER NOTICE Tenders will be received by "the undersigned up to noon, March 1st, for the following work: Construction of standard No. 4 section houses at Navarre, Superb, Fusilier, Compeer. Kirriemuir, Fincastle and -Pakowki, and standard No. A 2 stations with 50 foot freight shed at Major, Piappt, Hatton, Lomond, Enchant and Jeriner. Drilling 8 inch well at Conrad, approximately 900 feet deep and Btir-dett 10 inch well, 'approximately 300 feet deep. The excavation and back filling for water pipe lines as follows: Taber, miles; Dunmore, 1% miles; Gran-um, lVfc miles and Suffield, 3 miles. Plans, specifications and form \ of proposal may be .seen at the ctiief Engineer's office, Winnipeg, Superintendent's office, Medicine-Het^, Lethbridge and Edmonton, also at this office. The lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. ..J. M. CAMERON. General Superintendent. CP.R. Ad. N. . Calgary', Alberta. at the empress The great feature KincaiQ, Gambler, which has attracted so much attention, was to have been shown at the Etopress-tonight, but has been.ordered to Edmonton by the censor. It is expected it will reach here in time to be shown tomorrow night. It is a sensational picture. Other good features will'be shown tonight in its J place. I/tilt ; Financial statement of the Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E.,.for the year efiding'Feb. 28tl'i. 1917:- ' Feb. as, JftHi. balance }u bank $.174.3.-) Receipts Dues...................... findgos and Constitutions ... intonations'  by^members Talent.' money .,.'......... Central; school ............ Fleetwood school ...,...... Qalbralth school ____ Westminster school ........ {&.' Basil's school......-.... Hardleville school ......... High school for wool .": Hudson's Bay tea room .... ChinOok Club tea room'---- Refunded from Prisoners of '. War account ............ Salo of wool, socks, etc. ... Proceeds of Flower Festival Sale of candy at same ..... Dime day proceeds ...... Proceeds of Masons' dance.. Donations St. John's W. A., 'Diamond City ........... Proceeds of garden party at ' Rlyerview ...... ....... Trades and Labor Council, 2nd prize float......... Donation for Belgian . Babies Tag day proceeds ......... Hudson's Bay Co., NoV. 22nd Proceeds of last minute sale Sale of music by Miss Nira- "~ moils...... ............ Salei of knitting needles by '". Mrs. Riches ............. Donation, Mrs. Roy and Mrs. * Boulton................. Flags, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. '. Sherlock ...... \......... Refreshments served at bon- '-�. spiel -.......... -----.------ High school, part proceeds of r commencement concert .. Donation, Curling club .....,.\ $2,15.00 17.3S 4fi,8G 1J.50 343.27 56.20 23.32' 52.2Fi 12.75 5.43 407.00 392.115 32.55 9.95 5C.90 193.SO 10.60 519.03 10,00 47.50 102.44 .1.0.00 15.00 732.25 33.20 376.05 4.25 7.55-15.00 4.00 25.00 20.00 v Donation*- To Reorefttion Fiwkof. lMth. Serbian Relief Fund' Can. Field Comforts Com.. Sailors' Relief Fund ':...... Belgian Babies' Relief Fund nelglan'Relief Fund........ Children's Shelter, Salvation Arhiy v........'.., Nursing. Mission ........ Gait HdBpitnl ............. Y. ,M. C. A. ............... Total. ..;.....>-' .. Total roceipts ...... Total expenditures . . � �.. i ' Balance in bank Returned Soldiers' Fund Feb. ,29, 1916, banace in bank 166.47 25.00. . 50.00 100.4U 362.65 .15.00 42.00 5.00 y.OO 10.00 .10.00 25.00 $3,577.22 $3,921.55 3,577.22 '$344.33 PRINCE AS MECHANICIAN The Bulldogs Are Coming! 0 RPHEU TONIGHT 10c-15c Owing to the Enormous Popularity of BritiAv Heir Apparent Repairs,Auto for^ Woman � Driver London,-The' Prince of Wales, who was in London' on leave recently, was walking with a'brother officer when he found the woman xlriver of an official car in difficulty owing to, a breakdown. The two young officers, canie forward to help her, and the Prince of Wales{ spent nearly .twenty minutes in energetic efforts, which ended in the engine again j'unning smoothly. As she was thanking her'unknown assistants the Prince looked at his wrist watch and remarked: "Heavens! I shall be late."* . . \ � So the young woman said: "Jump in. and I'll take you anywhere you like. It's the least I can do after the trouble you've pulled file out of. Where do you want to go?" x "Thanks awfully," was the reply 'I'll go home, if you please."^ "Where's home?" she impaired, smiling at the way he had naively imagined his address would be known. It was only when lie replied, "Bucly-ins-ham Palace," that she realized that her principal mechanician had been the heir apparent. Diseased Skin Freedom at once from the agony of skin disease. The soothing - wash of oils. Try D. D. D.-it's tlifferent; .The LicruddWcc^li p. 1). MiginhuMium ci. Co.. Ltd., Drug gists, Lethbridge.-Advertisement. The Bulldogs Are Coming! Helen Holmes in 'A Lass of the Lumbcrlands" I The Management Have decided to hold this Extra Special over for one more day. So make sure you see it tonight. Positively your last chance. HMD-GAMBLER Red Feather Photoplay.. The Romantic Drama of a Girl Detective Featuring RUTH STONEHOUSE The above was due to appear at the Empress today but has been very much detained by^ the chief censor at Edmonton, but you are assured of this special .tomorrow. lUllilaill CHANGE Total ..............:  Grand total 4J>...,.V.-EiJPenditures Printing ____y............ Hudson's Bay Co........... E. J. Hill & Co..... Clarke & Co.~~.............. Rylands'. & Co............. 3. G. Robertson, & Co....... Can. Patriotic Fund ....... Paid on piano.......... To Travellers' Aid ..... Bawdeu. Bros...........'.  Tjho Simpson Co. ...... Postage and' express ...'..v. Singer Sewing Machine Cq. Cjunpbell, Wilson'& Horne.. Scrap books .account........ Expenses, re drums for 113th Per capita tax............. For returned, sojdiers ---- Tobacco; fund , .----....:..... niKligii' "and surgjeal; supplies Cartage1 ..'..'.: .T----'..... Badges and .stationery .---- Ciyic Jclub '...  -" .*..�      � .1. >Vaddell �M fss 'McLeay' Sundry small grocery occts, GaiBen'^paEty expenses ,",.. V Expenses re- Flower, festival" Miscellaneous small accounts Mutual Film Co. ...y....... $3,547.20 $3,921.55 $71.40 781.32 216.14 /273.91  63.83 63.90 92.65 120.00 60^00 58:75 -. 336.24 . 65.83 28.80 31.77 >19.89 76.63 33.Q0 50.00 90.00 110.74 5.25 22.85 7.30 14.35 32.35 14.05 " 36.65 . !ir>.7� ' 47.80 25.00 Receipts Half pro-coeds of boat raffle .' $22150 Collection at Patriotic rally 75.45 Donations .----........... 30.00 Teachers' Association :..... 50.00 Wesley Ladies', Aid----..... 27.50 Proceeds, of a , Midwinter Night's IFrollc .. .1. 506.'60 Interest),........... ,..... .70 Total...... .... .' ..... $712.75 . Grand total........... $779.22 Expenditures Ogden Convalescent Home $4(^00^� Mutual" Film Co. .......... 150.0(TH For returned soldier....... 10.00 Ex. re Midwinter Night's , I i Frolic ......_____i-rr-rr..: 179.45 Total ,................. $379.'4o .Balance, in bank $399.77 � Prisoners' oi War Fund Receipts Dpnations) by, members ..... $90.00 Teachers' Association 100.00 Art Needlework 2.00 Maple Leaf Ctiapter, Hastern . Star:A;M1.65 , Balance, in bank .._____... $278.30 ! Trust Fund Feb. 29, 1916, balance in-bank $17.08 Refunded lier Mrs. Colpman 42.60 Interest -.........--....'..... ' .45 Total ......... .....'A;, '$60.13 �'." Expenditures To, Mrs. Colpman .J , $34;14 Miss McLeay ' ..-\..   ; 3;25 Total,; v.;.:..;. ..'v.. .'..v. - $37:39 Balance in bank...... I '^22(74 DUKE'S- DAUGHTER IS SWEDISH , PKINCESS CROWN This is a good likeness of the Duke of Conhaught's' eider daughter, Princess Margaret of Connaught, who iB the present Crown Princess of Sweden. She is holding in her arms her youngest born, little Prince Bortil. ^LATEST-WAR GAZETTE ' F1R8T CLA88 COMEDY TONIGHT^-TOMORROW OLIVER MOROSCO-FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT THE BEAUTIFUL AND POPULAR LITTLE SCREEN STAR VIVIAN MARTIN in "HER FATHER'S Si)N" SPLENDID DRAMA OF THE SOUTH IN THE DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR WESAVEYPU MONEY! 0M WEARING'Af1 PAREL8cSHQES FOR.SfOIJR.SELF & FA Ml LY HENfNES^&WltSON COAL, $60 A TON IN SUNNY ITALY Rome.-With coai seljlng at $60 a ton, and-^the . government gradually taking overfall existing supplies and prohibiting its use by hotels and boarding-houses, and with gas and electricity dear or the supply reduced, Italian households and business offices have had to revert to the ancient method of burning finely-powdered wood icharcoal dust tru a two-, gallon earthen jar. The jar is filled half full of charcoal dust, placed in the open air or near an open window and some live coals of wood or charcoal nut in the centre of. the dust. Slow combustion is started and gradually the entire surface of thexflust burns to ashes while the smoldering fire reaches downward. When, after twelve hours, no more smoke or little gas is given off, the heated jar is placed in the cold room and let stay there-for twenty-four hours, after which a fresh layer of dust is placed in the jar ana the process repeated. Before the war this means of heating had been abandoned except by the very poor. The Bulldogs Are Coming I Mora Sunkist Oranges are ripening for you t, very day ia California. Eat these uni-formlygoed oranges freely for their flavor and health* fulness. Order today* Uniformly Good Oranges CiltfomiiFrultGrailranEacbuige In the lead as usual again thls^ season fgr style, fit' and'^vorkmau-i ship. H MODELS TO, SUIT EVERY TYPE: OF FIGURE AT A PRICE TO < 8UIT EVERY PUR8E. Suits Newest pleated effects in great variety of stylesi Best serges.-!] gabardines, poplins, and checks. \ Sizes up to 46. Prices $25.00, $27.50, $30.00, $32.50, $35.00) and,$45.00. Coats Full 1 fitting, comfofta'ble garments in. _short and long lengths^ for street^ or ^notor- wear., Lovely)'j puro wool/Donegal tweeds, coverts, * gaberdines^ broadcloths, anil vel-f ours in high colors., v ^1 Prides $15.00, $17.50,, $22.50, $25.00, J up to $35.00. Skirts A stock now most complete, in serviceable tweeds ami - 'sbrgesi dressy serges .� and; s^ilks; inl plaids, and plain colors;: also the; now velour skirts. In "best shades of pa/ldy, a*j)ple; gold and mixed sttipes. 4 -.1' .- ;'.'�� ' '.. ;' Prices $6.50*, $7.50,, i$10.00,; $13.60 :fts 'f �' up W $20.00; /: -: /The popular Billie Burke and other wanted styles.', All representing unusual values, shown in a variety from, which any one can choose. . .. - At $12.50, $15.00, $17.50 and up to $32.50. Now made in Canada and as low in price as any corset on the market for equal.quality and better than any other make ot. front lacing corset at any'pi-ice. Now that the time' has come for choosing your outer garments, a correct fitting corset Is necessary to fit it over. We have an experienced corsetiere who will advise you as to the proper model for your figure and will, glyo fitting by appointment any forenijpn up" to 11 b'clck.^ Prices $2 80, $3.00, $3.75, $4.50, $5.50, $7.00 and $8.50. CLARKE If GO. �pHE LADIES' STORE Sole Selling Agents in Lethbridge for Northway Garments.'and Goss-ard Corsets. ' The Bulldogs Are Comlnal ;