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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1918 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY SEVEN ATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT RIDING TOTAL lale Population Exceeds the Female By Over Three Thousand i With four more small booths hear George chief reg istrar for the Lethbridge constituency announces that the total registration Lniounts to The four addition til booths are expected to Increase this about bringing the total close to the This Is somewhat Rower than the first and con sidering that Lethbridge had a total of approximately Following Is a recapitulation of the results 1 luritish 10 10 I Others Including Americans Totals It Is interesting to note that the I male population exceeds the female I by and this in spile of the fact I that there ara several thousand young I men from the constituency now over seas with tho Canadian JIT I Gets Damages in His Action Against Burton of Cardston Judgment has been signed by Justice Scott in the action of Ibey Burton whereby the plaintiff Ibey is damages of and costs together with an injunction restrain ing the defendant Burton from carry ing on business as Burtons Novelty Store In the town of This case was heard before Jus tice Scott and jury at the spring ses sion of Supreme the jury bringing In a verdict for the plaintiff tor the above amount of At the time Justice Scott directed that the motion for judgment stand over for a special application which heard at Edmonton In when he directed that judgment be entered ea The case has attracted wide atten in The plaintiff and defendant had been in business there for a number of years operating the Burton and Ibey Variety Ibey bought out on the understanding that the would not set up in business in Cardston along similar Burton how ever set up tbe Burton Novelty Store in his sons and Ibey took action with the above Lethbridge review tribunal under the Military Service Act will complete its work here when they will have dealt with some 700 Yesterday fifty cases were dealt there being four tho Greek restaurant keeper opposite the Christian was but put in the noncombat ant class owing to former Turk na he having lost his vote at the last election this Fol lowing are the of the days work Allowed till farmer Rose farmer farmer farmer farmer Seven farmer farmer Medi cine farmer Sev en farmer farmer Med icine fireman farmer farmer Bast farmer farmer farmer farm laborer farmer and rancher farmer farmer fanner far T farm hand J farmer farmer Flnt Reid farmer farmer and rancher farmer Camp farmer Drum fanner Gill bushier farmer Glen farmer farmer Reid far Allowed till Vul farmer farmer Medicine mill not In Class Com mining exempt from combatant former Turk nationality not tp be called before 1 lefee TOKEEPllEAT F Referring to roBOlutlons adopted last meeting of the Ijcthbrldge board of trade regarding conserva tion of wheat for next years the following letter hae been receiv ed from western representative Canada food board I have letter of referring to the wheat This matter ftaa already had the ol this office and representations have been made to the government all wheat In Southern nhould be retained In the country for next years EVERY FINE STANDSOF WHEAT Though Generally Speaking Crop a There Are Some Good Fields Though this section of Alberta will have probably only a 15 per cent crop taking the whole railway district into some very fair fields are being even on dry One good field reported IB a quarter section belonging to the Western Transfer 12 miles northeast of the This Is dry land which was broken and well prepared last The wheat stands about three feet in and the heads are filling re markably It has had no more rain than other and looks like afifteen bushel yield at This bears out thecontention that the best crops of the year are to be found on land brqken early In 1917 and well The same farm has oats standing four feet in height which look good for 40 A sample of wheat from the Balderson farm south of the Pot Hole has fine but they will need more rain to make them This wheat is just past blossom On the farm ot Ben Pawson at Coaldale there is a stand of wheat that will go 35 This is irrigated which baa been In alfalfa for several years and was broken last year for this years It Is considered the finest field In the Kerr of the Smith Farms east of the city told the Herald today that the first cutting of alfalfa is prac tically harvested and will be about threequarters The out look for the second Is excellent as this is considered the best kind of alfalfa The hay crop is evidently going to be some what better than at first Delegates From Here Will Con vey the Invitation To Convention Lethbridge will invite the Western Canada Irrigation Association to come to Lethbridge with Us convention in That has been definitely de A letter Is being forwarded to the secretary of the association by the city council containing a formal in vitation to make Lethbridge the con vention city next Mar who will be one of the dele gates will carry an Invitation from the Board of and another Board of Trado will invite the Irrigatlonlsts on behalf of the farmers of the If Mayor who Is now at the at tends the Nelson convention next will convey a personal In vitation from the It is several years since the Irrlgat ionists of the west have met In Leth and as the convention rotates between east and west of the mount it is felt that it is Lethbridges turn to secure The deepened interest In irrigation n Southern Alberta this year is one of tho particular reasons for seeking to secure the meeting for Lethbrldge in The Town Council of Brockvllle made a grant of to tbe Cana dian Patriotic DEATH WAS A Sweet July an in quest held here Saturday called by Coroner of to investigate the causes leading to the accidental of Henry Bi a verdict was brought In by the jury that tho deceased met his death accidentally vhen he was struck by an automobile driven by Camp known lu Sweet Grass as Dia mond U Is a few parties knew who was blamed for the the matter was kept a sec ret until the inquest was After hearing the testimony of Huff and who were In company with the deceased at the time ot the Art Clark was called to the witness stand by County Attorney Clark testified that he had backed a Ford car from the Sweet Grass where he was a few minutes before the accident took and bad turned It over to its Diamond who is also employ ed at tho next took the testifying that Campbell had return ed to the garage a short time appeared to be nnd rented a stating that he had run over someone and wanted to take him to the Campbell was sent for and placed on the etand and told such a straight forward which corresponded so closely to that of the other the a few minutes after the brought in a verdict of acciden tal Campbell claims that he was on his way homeland after Clark had left the car he took the steering wheel and had gone but a short distance when he saw someone in the road but could not stop in time to avoid a Becoming he put Ills foot on the footfeed instead of the shooting aliepd at a great er The emergency brake was also in bad and it was not until he had reached Mint hill that he couid bring the automobile to a He claims he returned Immediately to the garage and tried to procure a car to convey the party to the but this had already been HAY SITUATION IS Word has boon received from Adams of who wrote first to the board of trade regarding liny in the north thatdurlng ho last week the country has been over run with hay seekers until no more hay is left for lease or Through the organization of the provincial government further infor mation regarding available hay and grazing lands Is being secured district agent has the following further Information provincial gnmo guar reports an abundance of range the north side ot the Saskatchewan Hlvor In the Gooso Lako It Is reached by way of Westlock on and There is a good automobile road to Holmes and a good trail to the About JOOO tons of hay and green feed ob tainable from the homestcaderx on Assinlbola Flats adjoining the Range covers three It Is Vegetation largely pea LVi foci An excellent site to finish steers for fall and to winter be tween 500 and 1000 head of stock Riviere also reports a good hay Lemon Juice For Freckles Girlil Make beauty lotion home for a few Try It I Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beauti at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly frag rant lotion into the face arms and hands each day and see how freck les and blemishes disappear and how soft and white the skin Yes It is FOR SALE PRIVATELY Underwood 5 Type writer Doherty Piano in mission oak Perfect A big snap Piano Cased by Karn Vacuum Carpet Recent ly cost All attachments Wicker Baby Buggy Large Stock at your own Wanted House for own occu pancy by September FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER Building 10th Phone 770 NEW TIRES cost money and even the best ot them suffer from punc worn blisters and blow We can save you consider able expense in the way ot rubber bills If you bring your tire troubles to The practical modern meth ods in Automobile Tire Vulcanizing we make every Job entrusted to us durable and lastingly Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 88fi Sixth StrMt Phone 491 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Bill RIBBON We may sometimes have to sell at a but we will never reduce the quality of Blue Ribbon Always the 18 THE GRAHAM TOR Recharge and Repair Storage Batteries of All Makes AGENTS FOR EXIDE BATTERIES Manager mendow at will 700 It is renched via Calnsford on tiio west of Ed The round trip onn be made from Edmonton In onn by This hoy Is on Dominion nnd Hudnon Day lie reports another excellent liay neadow on the Saddle Indian reservation I hat will cut about 800 ons above what will bo required by settlers in the vicinity and ho It Is reached by via fltty Me reporta A good wintering site at Long Lake or about 700 lie reports large hay meadows adjacent lo the lako nnd excellent grazing on the hillsides further H Is reached via and is about 100 miles north ot July condi tions during the pflut wenk have proved generally through the pro anys the Agricultural Depart Present prospects Indicate that there will be a splendid crop In the KUmonlon and northern Con ditions elsewhere have somewhat Im This weeks reports show that there will be roughage for livestock In a groat many The agricultural representatives sent out by the department to locate hay have been AUCTION SALE AT 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH On July 18th AT TWO OCLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF STORE FIXTURES AND CARPETS Including 4hole cook stove kitchen tables chairs centre tables sewing machine in good running order large quantity of crockery GASOLINE COOK RANGE boaters SHOW CASES and NATIONAL CASH REGISTER with electric attachment office clocks and the balance of stock in trade consisting of Boots and TERMS CASH PHONES 770469 MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is still good bread and conforms strictly to regulations Ask your grocer or phone 1175 and driver will GIRLS AUXILIARY BERRY RIDE TO THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM Wednesday JULY 17th Jitneys to Leava Jacksons Corner from to Return Fare Only 25c Ice Berries and Cake Sold on the at all Drug Stores or from Members of the Proceeds in Aid of the Frank AUCTION SALE OP FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS AT RAYMOND ONE AND A HALF BLOCKS FROM ON w July 1918 Sale Commences at 1 No Reserve as the Proprietor Has Enlisted for Overseas 1 black seveneights weight 1450 1 1300 1 mare and colt 1 saddle mare1 sorrel mare nnd 1300 all with foal 1 pair 2600 1 bay 3200 age years 1 team bay 2800 age 3 years 1 butekskln 1700 age 8 years1 bay 3 years old 1 brown 9 years 1450 1 brown horse years 1200 1 black 2yearold 1000 1 brown 2yearold 900 1 brown 1000 1 black 1 year old 1 black 9 years old 1 bay trotting stallion with Russell Wllmont age 8 Canadian papers 1 Shetland pony 1 brown 4 years old 3 Holsteln spotted cows and calves 1 black cow 1 fresh cow 1 black steer 1 red and white heifer and calf 1 spotted yearling1 white calf 1 brood sow and 7 pigs 2 new McCormlck binders new 3 wagon and 150 bushels 1 wagon and hay rack 1 new democrat buggy 1 grain drill 1 fourhorse cultivator 1 disc harrow 1 drag harrow 1 Cockshutt 2 bottoms 1 gang 3 bottoms 1 pair new MasseyHarris bob sleighs 1 cream tubular 3 gets harness 1 good saddle 1 Studebaker wagon box 2 second hand Ford cars in good condition good assort ment of TERMS OF the balance payable on with 8 per on all credit amounts with approved joint or 5 per off for cash on credit Auctioneer Proprietor AUCTION SALE Dairy Machinery and Household Goods July 17 1913 AT TWO AT RANCH FIVE EAST OF STIRLING SIX MILES NORTHWEST OF NEW THREE MILES NORTH OF SICK Shire 7 years weight 1700 In to Shire horse 1 light work 12 years old 1 work it years 1100 1 yearling DAIRY pure bred Jersey 20 months Plytog Fox strain 1 pure bred Jersey new Flying a great butter cow 2 new milch 5 and 6 with calves 1 Holsteln 4 years dry 2 yearjlng Holstein and Shorthorn milk stock 2 Shorthorn heifers with from big range stock 1 yearling v POULTRY AND bronze turkey 35 and 4 turkey hens with tlfty young turkeys 15 hens with 30 chicks 2 truck double box 1 twoseated surrey with shafts and single twenty row drill 1 16dlsc har row 1 harrow 1 8dlsc garden fcarrow 1 McCqrmick 7foot old but with knife and a good flax cutter I CoekshiUt sulky 10 Inch with breaker and new stubble bot tom 1 12inch prairie breaker 1 garden HOUSEHOLD cook stove 2 oil Heaters 1 oil cook burner beds ami bedding folding couch lounge bureau rugs mirrors clocks childrens double harness single harness Yankee breeching Incubator awl brooders Automatic cream sep arator with engine Corundum tool grinder lawn swing grain bags carpenter tools barrels scale beam wovenwiro stretcher Bubcoclt creum LEAVING FARM TO WORK IN UNCLE SAMS WAH TERMS Cash on turns under Notes taken for larfif Auctioneer ;