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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE tm LETHfiRibiTiE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH L 1918 A QUESTIO MOTHERS I� EIGHT PAIRS Chil*en's "SoXomfy" Shoes Black k(d button, with cushion soles. An ideal shape for the little growing foot. Size* 4 to-. 7M... Regulnr -l (Jq, value ?2.T5. for ..... ARE YOUR CHILD'S SHOES WORN ? Aquestion that should set eveiv mother investieating-especially in view of the coming weeks of inclement conditions underfoot. We have just rereived a ^h^pment of- CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR Secured under most exceptional circumstances by our Mr. Smith on his way East, which means a saving to yPapcr, on sale this week, Jive rolls for ��......25c Salad Dresilna Powder, 2 for ...............25c Oleomaroarine Finest quality, lb............. 40c ( Dill Plcktei, gallon Jars, each-............ $1.30 Pineapple, Libbys or Gold Bar, No. 2 tin, each 30c Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, 3 lbs. for ........ $1,00 fWhole or Ground) Coffee, Mocha and Java Blend ............. &0c Table Raisins, per lb. , .;. 313 Fifth Street South Greai interest Ifas beta taken in tlio sale of 100,000 acres ot the Bloml Reserve! southwest of the city, which was confirmed by a vote of th,e Indians on Thursday. The local branch of the Great War Veterans has askotl that this land be reserved.for H'oldler settlement, while the i.iethbrldgQ Board of Trade is of the opinion that at least ar part of the 100,000 'acres should be sot aside 'tor tliis purpose, whilo the remainder of the tract should not be allo\yed to get into the hands of speculators but Hhould'^be ' sold only'to those who v/III actually, move on and cultivate it. The following telegram was sent to Ottawa oil Monday last setting fprtli this desire bt the - local bqard; , . ; Hon. Arthur Meijlien, M.P. Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. ;.. : Provided Blood Indians fa-vorable sale pan Reserve as ppwposod, anggest consideration muking conditibu^ sale subject occupation ;and certain: oulfi-vatlon; because country would not be benefitted by traUHterence land' In-dljins to. mere KpecijVators. Also suggest certain portions laiid sot flsido for salo nilghi bo reserved against soldiers applications, basis valiiQ'" for acquirement from Indians aud sale to soldiers being pricos reached at auction. U. It. MARN00M\ President Lethbrldge Board of.M^rado, MERCHANT STEAMER SUNK Now York, March 1.-The 'BrJtlsl* merchant ateamahip T|ber|a of 4.880 tons grpsB, owned by the Anchor Hue, iWus/Tsunk by a German �'�subi^iartno about February 27Ac�vhllej bouM ' for thi�i port, 4ccordlnr tho Jieclors of Regnleville an?! RomenVuvIlle. Everywhere else the night was calm.. * Attention! Duty! Ordev Your repairs now, not next summer, but NOW. Boys''who have been ' exempted for agricultural purposes are now rtfdy for work for the ,^sake of production. Look your machine over today, order tomorrow, tive'.'y 24 hours of time means a loss of 20 bushels of,grain. ~ C. CHRISTENSON McCORMICK AGENT, MAGRATH EAT WITHOUT FEAR OF INDIGESTION-OR ' .ACID STOMACH FOR SALE A NUMBER pF ' Clydesdales and Shorthorn Bulls .CLYDESDALES-All Canadian fared from import�,4 atoek upd are bred right. � . .- i ' ' Also good Grade Stallions from well bred mars*'and, Inriported sires. '  BULLS-A few Shorthorn Bulls bred in Alberta. ' ' , . ' Also a numbe^ of Grade Mares in foal and a number af oeldings, FOR FULL PARTICULARS AND PRICES C>LL ON OR WRITE . , TO . _ David Car gill. Proprietor PAKOWKI P, O. Instant Relief! "Rape's Diapepsin" Ends Your Stomach Troubles ^ Forever. Wonder what upset your sumach- which portion ot ihe-.tood did tho dam-ago-do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach is in revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has formcnled Into stubborn lui^ipa; head iWz'iy and aches; belch I gases and acid and eructate undigbs-i ted food; breath foul, tonguo codted-. I Just take a little Papo's Diapepgln ' i and in five niinutns yoa wonder what I became of tho indigestion and dis-tresB, Millions of men and womoii today ' know that it Is needless to have a bad dCom'ach, A littlo Diapepsin occasion- ' 111ly keeps lhl&, delicate organ-r6gu-1 lated and they eat their favorite foods j without fear. If'your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; 11 your f9qd is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, utiveat, rooet harmless voliet la Pape'a Diapepsin which costs only .fifty cents for a large case at dvu^.atorea. It's truly .wonderful-It digests food and sets things straight, so, gently and easily .lhafit is'really astonlshlug. Ploaso, /a/weak, disordered stomaoli; it's so ' for your sake, don't go on and on with , , unnecessary,-^AdvcrtlBemonU ' ' I 51 HEAD OF HORSES 2 Sets Breeching Harness (Nc^ and About 40 Horse Bknkets, (Nearly New). On Section 26.6-11, W. 4th, 3 miles N.E. of foremost On FRIDAY, MARCH 8th COMMENCING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP ' 1 team grey/mares, age 3, weight 3000; .1 team grey ntarei, , ago :i, .weight-2000; 1 imported pure bred ClHo Stallion, at* 7, weight' 1000; 1, iinported Percheron stallion, age' 13;* weight 2860. The above horses are Clyde and Percheron. 1 team black mares, ago ! to fi. weight 3800; ^ team black mares, age 8, weight 2800; 1 team brown mares, age 6, weight 2700; 1 team bro^n marea, a^e V weight 2700; 1 team sorrel mares, ago 6, welglif 2800; 1 team sorrel mares, ago 9, weight 2600;''1 team bay mares, age 5, weight 2800; 1 team bay mares, age 5. weight 270p;jl team"bay mai;e�, age � and 0,-weight 2800; 1 team grey niarea,, age S, weight .^800; 1 team black and bay marea,'age 3, weight 2700; 1 team bay mares, age 4. weight'2600; 1 team bay m{ireB, age 4 a;nd 0, weight 2000; 1 only, bay mare, ago 6. weight 1400! 1 team grey geldlnga, age S, weight 2,&00; 1 team black geldlngH.-ageS, weight 2900; 1 taam grey geldings, age 3, weight 2800; 1 team roan geldlngB, age 5 nod 7, weight 2400; 1 team roan and bay geldings, age 4, weight 24011; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight 1300! 1 black Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight 1250; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight �1200; 1 team sorrel mares, age 4 and 5, weight 1100, will make -fancy saddle horses; 1 black saddle raare, age 4, wolfhti 10501 1 bay mare, gentle for a lady to drive, ago'6, .wal(bt 1000;'.! roan pony, gentle, age fl. weight lOOiJ. - AH above mares supposed to be In teal. The itorse^ are Civile and Percheron,' ,;� Terms of' Salt-Half caah. and iCroiJIt on the >al�nea till ,f�iu V NO RESERVE, ONLY ON THE TWO; STaUiONS. FREE LUNCH will E^BSRVEp, O.iGARRISON,- . ' A.W.LINtON,. Auctioneer , Owner 99 ;