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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .lULY 13, 1918 THE LETIIDRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT LETHBRIDGE GEIS" ENT1,19 V. E. Green, Local Motorist, is Second Vice-President- Pass Resolutions Kilmonlon, Alln., July 13.-Alborta Motor LoaRiic n\cml)ora will do every-tliltiK In their power to win the war. Tlioy piiBst'd a rcaolutioii at the morn-lug mcellnB of tho convention to the /�ftect that It was Incumbent upon them, ono nnd all. to o.xtonrl to tho �;ovornin('nt all possible iiaaistanco anil eoopcration In its wiir policy. Other itnptjrtant roaolution.s put llirough were na followa: That the atltintlon of tho provincial governinent ngaln Khould bo drawn to the matter ot legislation for a unifoniV width oC fllclgh runnera. in tho Inlercat ot winter motoring. 'I'hat there should bo uniformity of headllKhtB In the wcolorn provinces and that tho sovdral govornmentn Bhould be asked by the associated Icaguea to talte it up. That the provincial traffic law.i should give the right ot way to cars npproanhing from the riglit. That "jay .walking" should bo niado iilegal and' podostrinna required to crofls at tlio rogillnr strool Intoraec-tlona \ That tho Kovcrninant be asked for an extension of tho time allowance for vlBltlnK mombers from neishbor-ing provincoK. The convention city next year will bo Let.hbridRo, in whoao favor tho mooting doclded unonlmously. Wm. Coii.sliis, of Medicine Hat. wan elected president for the coming year, with Lieut, (iov. Urott as patron, and \V. F. \V. Lent, honorary prealdenl. Three vice prosldonts wero choacn aa followtn: Flrat, C. W.  MrMIUan. Calgary; Second. V. 12. Green, Lethbridgc, dnd Third. K. B. Chauvln. Edmonton. Presidents of local nutomobllo clubs affiliated with the provincial loaguu also win be vice presidents of tho lattnt he (�Ilea an instance ot wluit happened in Utah. For yeara a larKc sheop outfit used to trail their slieop through the mountains, a distanie ot about CO mlloa in order to food them on the foothill ranges on tiie otlior Ride. By accident It was learncil ihat tlie sheep could' llnd good range and grow fat in the mountains, eating off (lie weeds and tho underbrush, and the rosull was that the raountaius became tho summer range while the foothills wero saved for tho winter. "There need bo no clash between tho sheep .inrt the cattlemen In tiie| country northwest of Calgary" (l(>ilar. ed Mr. Peterson. "There Is plenty of range for all. We can use range tln' cattiomon can't touch, anil Alberta can build up a sheep indiistry many times greater than it is. We can aavo our winter nineo near tho big alfalfii dlBtrlcta and tlie whole co\intry will be the richer." It is iniderstood the South Alberta Wool Growers Association will make reprosentationa to tho noniinion government aa to the range cruised liy Mr Peterson and an effort will be' made to acctire It this aummcr in order to save the feed situalinn whlcli is so threatening. BEST CAR FLAK The Champion carload ot flax which brough $5G27, as reported in a Winnipeg dispatch yesterday, is not the record. Tlie record 1.-? held by the Ellison .Milling Co. of tills city. They recently shipped to Winnipeg a carload ot precious atuff which netted them %',Tir>. The car was handled in Winnipeg by the W. S. Mci.,aughlln Co. and the sum of $5725 was left over after the freight and the handling charges had been paid. DROPPED BOMB ON DUTCH TERRITORY The Hague, July 13.-The Dutch government has charged 'i'ho Netherlands minister to London to protest against tlio violation of Dutch territory by an airplane on June 22, when the machine dropped two bombs near Oudorsclians, wounding one person and causing material damage. Examination of fragments of the bomb, it is said, established that tlie misslo was of British manufacture. The government also asks compensation tor the damage done by the explosion. Raising Behind The Lines .,jiiH,". A'Brltiah Army Piggery ia Praa(>e.-Camp wufo utOiied to prodnoo food. JACK has opened show rooms, sales rooms and a garage on Second Avenue South, opposite the Fire Hall, with agencies for the following: GRAY DORT AUTOMOBILES, ADVANCE RUMELY TRACTORS AND SEPARATORS, HARTT-PARR TRACTORS, FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINES AND SUP-PLIES, BRATHER BROS. HAYING TOOLS AND BARN FIXTURES, SHARPLES CREAM SEPARATORS. GARAGE IN CHARGE OF COMPETENT MECHANICS AND SERVICE STATION FOR GRAY-DORT CARS. Pleased to Show These Lines On the British Weotem Front in FraBoe,--tA maciuaa gxm positioii wbicb is holdiiuj' tha Cormana. GIRLS' ADXIUARY BERRY RIDE TO THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM Wednesday Evening, JULY 17th Jitneys to Leavs Jackson's Corner from 7.30 to S.30 Return Fare Only 25c Ice Cream, Berries and Cake Sold on the Grounds. tickets at all Drug Stores or from Members of the > i Auxiliary. Proceeds in AM of the Frank Sanitorium. You Will Enjoy Your Vacation if you Spend it at Waterton Lakes Canada's Beauty Spot FISHING, BOATING, DANCING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING Good Accommodation at $2.50 per Day at the HAZZARD HOTEL HOTEL TENTS AND CABINS ARE FOR SAUE. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS AT RAYMOND ONE AND A HALF BLOCKS FROM DEPOT, ON Thursday, July 18, 1918 Sale Commences at 1 p.m. Sharp. Nc Reserve as the Proprietor Has Enlisted for Overseas Service. . 1 black mare, seven-eights Percheron, weight 1450 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 1300 lbs.; 1 bay mare and colt; 1 saddle mare - 1 sorrel mare and colt,-1300 lbs., all with foal; 1 pair geldings, 2600 lbs,; 1 team hay geldings. .S200 lbs., age 10 years; 1 team bay geldings, 2800 lbs., age 3 years; 1 buckskin gelding, 1700 lbs., age S years; 1 bay gelding, 3 years old; 1 brown stallion, 9 years old, 1450 lbs.; 1 brown horse ,9 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 black 2-year-old mare, 1000 lbs;. 1 brown 2-year-old mare, 900 lbs,; 1 brown horse, 1000 lbs.; 1 black mare, 1 year old; 1 black mare, 9 years old; 1 bay trottint; stallion with pedigree, Russell Wllmont 2409-57606, age 8 years, Canadian papers; 1 Shetland pony; 1 brown cow, 4 years old; ? Holstein spotted cows and calves; 1 black cow and calf; 1 fresh cow; 1 black steer; 1 red and whJto heifer and call; 1 spotted yearling; 1 white calf; 1 brood bow and 7 pigs; 2 new McCormlck binders;"l new 3% wagon and tank, 150 bushels; 1 wagoit and hay rack; 1 new democrat buggy; 1 grain drill; 1 four-horse cultivator; 1 disc harrow; 1 drag harrow; 1 Cockshutt plow, 2 bottotna; 1 gang plow, 3 bottoms; I'pair new Massey-Harris bob sleighs; 1 cream separator, tubular; 3 sets harnesa; 1 good saddle; 1 Studebaker wagon box; 2 second hand Ford cars in good condition;'good assortment of tools. TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, the balance payable on IHc. Ist, 1918, with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts with approved Joint notes, or 5 per cent, off for cash on credit amounts. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer I. R. BENNETT, Proprietor AUCTION SALE Dairy Stock, Horses, Cattle, Machinery and Household Goods Wed., July 17, 1918 AT TWO P.M., AT RANCH FIVE MILES EAST OF STIRLING, SIX MILES NORTH-WEST OF NEW DAYTON, THREE MILES NORTH OF SICK FARM. H0RSES~1 Shire mare, 7 years old, weight 1700 lbs., in foal to Shire horse; 1 light .work maro, 12 years old; 1 work gelding, ,o years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 yearling mare colt, French Coach. DAIRY STOCK-1 pure brad Jersey, bull, 20 months old, Plying Fox strain; 1 pure bred Jersey cow, new milch. Flying Foj? strain, a great butter cow; 2 new milch cows, 5 and 8 years, with calves; 1 Holstein cow, 4 yeara old, dry; 2 yearling heifor|, Holstein and' Shorthorn milk stock; 2 Shorthorn heifers with, calves, from big range stock; 1 yearling steer. POULTRY AND HOGS-1 bronze turkey gobbler. 25 lbs. and ' 4 turkey hens with fifty young turkeys; 15 R. I. hens with 30 chicks; 2 hogs. � � VEHICLES-1 truck wagon, double box; 1 two-seatfld-iurrey ' with shafts and pole. . ^ MACHINERY-1 single disc, twenty row drill; 1 16-dlic harrow; 1 harrow; 1 8-dlac garden harrow; 1 McCormlck 7-foot binder, old but with n&w knif6 aiid now canvasses, � good flax cutter; 1 Cockshutt sulky plow, 16 inch with breaker and new stubble bottom; 1 12-lnch prairie breaker; 1 garden plow; 1 cultivator.' HOUSEHOLD GOODS-Small cook stove; 2 oil beateri; 1 oil cook burner; bods and bedding; folding couch; lounge; bureau; rugs; mirrors; clocks; children's furniture. MISCELLANEOUS-Set doublo harness; single harness; " Yankee brBoching; Incubator and brooders; Automatic cream separator with engine; Churn, Corundum tool grinder; lawn swing; grain bags; carpenter tools; barrels; scale beam; woven-wlro stretcher; Dnbcock cream tester, etc. OWNER LEAVING FARM TO WORK IN UNCLE SAM'S WAR SERVICE,. � TERMS: Cash on sums under 925.00. Notes taken for larger amounts. O. L. TRIGGS. Owner. J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer 0 0?0487 ;