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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rj j > r � T if'-- SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1918 THE LETHBRTQGE DAILY HERALD �V > v �'rib dim 1 i lt � � l 1 �* �- �1 > , (From Our *\ hall next Tuesday night (March 0)^ promises to be -a signal success. A splendid programme has ! 'been arranged including . such . welt 1 known nrtisfejiB Mrs. Storle, Air', Henderson and Mr. laine^ who will assist in making this eventful night a inem-^orablo one for all those who are In ,j/tttendance. The ladies o� the corn-It ; inlttee will ser,Pe tea and coffee and ladies-supplying baskets are requested to Include two cups and saucers', spoons and'sugar. For-thoao who are not fortunate in securing a basket t the ladies in .charge ,oJt the refreshments pave arranged to amply meet  their demands. Mr. Chester J*rendergast spent rthe ' tho .weekend in Medicine Hat. 'Mr, I. *D.. ..Janios, lias purchased a , Studebaker car^from the local agent, I Mr. RV S.. Beatlle., Mr. and ''Sirs. Hagen are rejoicing ! over ,the arrival of n. fine baby girl. - Both mother and baby are doing nicely,' Mrs. Geo. Fisher off Winntfred spent � Wednesday here, the guest of her : daughter Mrs. B. H. Wilmot, Broad- way. Mr. J. G. Murray of Maleb was a guest here on, Monday. The Ladies' Altar Society of St. Mlchaef's church was delightfully entertained on ,Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Mocrkc. (Mr. oihd Mrs. Morleyt Bowen who* have been visitors at the coast cities  � for the past couple of months returned home o"u Tuesday. A> delightful tea claimed Mrs. Ad-I'Olph'Swennumsonas hostess on Wed-; nesday afternoon, when she entertained formally for the first time siflce lier return from California. Mr. R. S. -Beattie was a visitor to 1 Medicine Hat, on... Tuesday. , Mr. J. R. .Agar, First avenue was^a visitor to WinnJCred "on Saturday. i Mrs. Albert 'Whitney was the guest ,of her brothefr, Mr.. H. Grant, Winni* Ifred, over the; week-end. "X . t> � The many friends. of Mrs. W. R. � DePow will be pleased to learn she is  -progressing very satisfactory after her recent illness in Medicine Hat. " Mr. Evans of Medicine H&t was n visitor-Jiero on Tuesday. Miss Fleming of the teaching staff spent the wqek-end in Medicine Hat, th guest*6f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L*. Fleming, Princess avenue. v Held 3hfReception Mrs. J, W. Hurd received yesterday afternoon and e.venlng^in her spacious home on Olquist street. The reception rooms were made even more at-! tractive by the addition of beautifully arranged cifisters of crimson and white tarnations. The hostess was gowned in an elaborate creation of , silk amj wool and was assisted in re-  ceivlng by her daughter; Mrs. S. Y. Hurst, .who wore a beautiful .gown of marine blue. During the afternoon . Mrs. A. Jf..\Verts presided at the tea ta-Dle0NSiftffle'^MfsV,-lRob-ei�t9,on- cut '-'the - ft*.. -� f.. .. ,.. ..� ices. 0* m *rr. and Mrs'. H, K^aley aro being congratulated oh the; birth of a son born Saturday, February 9th. Mr. F. W. Brown accompanied by Mrs. Brown has returned from Edmonton. Mrs. E. B. Loucks 'accompanied her daughter t# the.MedicJne.Hat hospital ^ on Wednesday where a minor operation waj successfully performed by Dr. Smyth. Mrs. Wayne Johnston is at present the guest,bf Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnston. � . Members, of the local branch of the' Women's Institute are requested to be �present at the ohonthly meeting on SaturdayT^March lBth, as an exceptionally interesting program is to* be presented. Mr. and Mrs. Aflblph B^ennumBon who has'^eenfeuests in Southern California for the past two months have returned home. Mrs. R. S>Beat'tio is at present visiting fjriends in Calgary, Mri K.-M. Hplcroft .was a visitor to Lethbridge.on Tuesday. Mr,, and Mrs. H. B. Beattie are receiving congratulations on the birth of 6t h^ui Friday at tho home of Mrs. J. Warper. Intense interest is beitm manifested In the evangelistic Hprvfces, the church being filled to its inmost capac- LONDOM DURING AN AIR RAID ? ity almpst every evening, t^vangei BartoVfl subject for na neighboring hospital there with nurses and people to look after them./&nd were a very merry lot, and got tip an impromptu concert. While there several incendiary bombs came Hown close by and one bomb buried itself in the wood pavement otftsHle, and when the "All Clear" signal had been given, yours truly was put on guard over tho hole to keep off the traffic and tho too curious sightseers. It t certainly was a sight for the gods to' ee, and the procession of us out to the ole headed by a big^policeman with a pick-axe the sergeant and I trailing on behind in our tin hate; (such guys you never saw). On" affrving the policeman got to work with the pick for aJl^he was worth, I suppose with tho idea of getting/ the bourn out of the wood. This seefmed rather foolish to us, as no one knew whether there was any devil left in the thing or not, and we stood by wondering whether we should be taking a trip heavenward PAGE SEVEffiipp was right in flush with the road. Attet; half an hour 1 was relieved,' and jmfr'^���.Ki^^ tored back to Scotland House, where rlii I was only too glad to get rid of my, tin hat, and to scoot home to see alt-was right there. I suppose you know the only topio of conversation, oyer here now is food* The weather is quite out of it, and air raids nothing to it; boots apd'clothing at fancy prices, -soaring ever higher. This is a ha-ppy country 1 can tell you, yet somehow one certainly does not get any thinner through if* all r I x � _- Xj-_rJ or not. But nothing happened and the j and we still hope on for better pick failed to move the thing a Jot, it brightoi* times. ? 5* tion Sale h OF G00P YOUNG FARM SHERER'S BARN, N0BLEF0RD ON ARCH AT 1.00 P.M. SHARP THIS, IS AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOa.CAR OF HORSES TERMS CASH. GEO. W. CULP, Owner ings were^ evidence of the very high m f , , . . ni, ,, esteem in which Mrs. Adams was held 1 TuesdayVevening, February 19th The by all who knew her. j members of the Woodmen a Lodge with jthefr wives and friends spent 'a very (pleasant and enjoyable time. Parlor games, and dancing constituted the program. Art Hopkins supplied j the music .forjthe* evening. #Only one 1 criticism in regard to the music. Art played all the* pieces on the Y flat stv>$. *J After, a very dainty lunch, Mr. Geo. ,Stoddard on behalf of the Woodmen Lodge, with a few appropriate re- f marks, presented Mr. McLeod with a handsome club bag and Mrs. McLeod with a beautiful carving set. The party broke up in the wee.'sma hours of the morning. , The next regular meeting of the Woodmen lodge will be held on the evening of Wednesday, March 6m; Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roebuck, six miles -north of .town on Sunday evening, Feb. 24th, twins,'bpy and girl. Roberts is having a garage built on 'Mountain Street for his motor vans. ;He.expects to start'on his-new duties oft. conveying the children^ "to and from* Champion consolidated school. Attention! Duty! Order Your repairs now, not next sOTnmer, but NOW. Boys who haye been exempted for agricultural purposes are how ready for work for the sake of production. Look your machine over'today, order tomorrow. Every 24 ho^urs of time means a loss of 20 bushels of grain. > C. CHRISTENSON Mccormick agent, magrath O til V > ft AUCTION 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 9th AT STOCK YARDS, BARONS, ALBERTA 0 AT-ONE O'CLOCK V TWO CARLOADS OF EXTRA GOOD J Ranging frtim 4 to 6 years old, weights from 1200 to 1450 pounds. I A r � f 'j j. � - m I P * vis. t.From Our Own Correspondent) Burdett, AUa., March 1.-On Wednesday last at Grassy Lake, Morris R-ygg was united in marrlago to Miss Jennie ^earle, Bishop _Lyons of Bur-dett performed the ceremony. G. T. McKinnon, Bill Elliott, Bob Brownell and several other' local Clansmen attended thtj. Lauder concert at Lethbridge^ and all report a good time. Alex. WatWell accompanied N. F. Edlund as the latter's legal adviser to Milk River the first part of the week and incidentally Alec, missed seeing his old schoolmate Harry ^auder. Ralph Clark and Jack Burns purchased a half section of land through A. F. Werts of Bow Island this week. That the ladies -of the Red Cross are on the job all the time may be gathered from the fact that they serve at least one dance supper a week and last/Saturday night/they put on a skating party'at Browns' rink. Needless to. remind pur readers that the Red Cross needs and solicits the support of everyone. it Is' rumored that Walter Campbell has purchased a section of land from Ole Iverson for thirty dollars an acre. Terms Gash. E. C. PECK, Owper - f r *1 '41 UNRESERVED \ Another Surprise Party On Tuesday evening, Feb. 26th, Mr. and Mrs: J. McBougall were all ready to start J6r tkwn to take in the special meetings at the church, when six car loads 'of town fojks arrived on Jhe scene and at once showered upon them a storm of congratulations and ;mahy happy returns \)f the day. It ' >th6n^ dawned on them that February? 26th* was the anniversary of their tenth year of married life. After the storm the welcotrfe intruders were*' invited �TP t i 7 l * I - HAVING SOUD;.MY: FARM AND ENLISTED, TWILL  ELL BY PUBLIC AUCjio^'AT MY FARM 12 MILEO EAST OF/ LETHBRIDGE AND 2 MILES SOUTH AND 3 MILE^ EAST OK ^ i _____ * " \'m- ^ * 1 pair sorrel geldings, weight about 2700 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about'2800 lbs.-: 1 pair bay geldings,- weight about 2.750 '  " ' " -----' -1 brown mare, 4 weight 2300 lbs.; colt; 3 ,2-year old *hc- -r 1 L - ' ��: �\.tZi-*~:&B.\ 4 - r- ft Ik* * r - AT FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE � - '-�if .w?%8 t V A^NE O'CLOCK SjHARP pure bred^tpek. Pedigrees guaranteed. Ages from lO.HMmths _ t . to 2^years; FARMERS DON'T MISS-THIS SALE. 1 STOCK. \ TERM^ CASH, J. A. 9MITH, Auctioneer. ._l* J ^ r THIS IS ALL SELECTED 5i \ � : t � _,*- J 3m mm m PEARCE.&. SHINE, Owners, Brussels, Ont. T ' ' y - 4 DALE, ON �f F and Mf. Roy "Baker of Lethbridge was "a i visitor here on Tuesday^/* 1 'Members, of the -ladiesNa'id of the : United ^church :a^reiniicitle'd of the meetings next Thursday afternoon ^t **"*-Vj the^Qpie;. or,^A^r.>r^sB^i^ritt>A_-s2_v-A^-rt*t Mr. Geo. Herber has returned *home a)fter \ an' extended absence visiting friends inithe States. , _ r> y Tuesday here;v.|^ 1 team grey geldings, years. 1 jteamvgeidi^gsj^and.Sj.weight .3000. �. ^��v^:^, >: � 1 tiam &^f&**, weight' ' ? waflo? and hay racks. V ___y 1 team mules, age 4 and; 5,* weight 2100. 10 head of cqws and steers. 10 head of cows and calves.. 1 extra goo~d milch cow. 1 new ZYz incHTwagon. and tank. ^HAVING RENTED MY FArtMlv HAVE INSTRUCTED ed^pop-" c^: HAM TO SELL BY^PUBLIC AUCTION ON MY PREMISES,. " * ON N. W. QUARTER OF 32-11-24 MILES SOUTH WEST-OF BARONS AND ABOUT TWELVE MILES'EAST OF WOODHOUSE "ON*"*"'"' ; / 'I I COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK 15 HEAD OF /HORSES-1 span bay geldings* 7 years old;'! ,*fsjkn bay mares, .in foal, 12 years old; 1 bay more.-in-foal. 12 years ')old; 1 bay mare, in foal, 9 year,s old; 1 roan Belgian-mare, 5 years irold team geldings; browns, age 11, 1 team mares, age 11; 2600L 1 1 grays 1250. ^ gray ge 1400. ngs, age -7, weight age V new Oliver ^gahg; plowj WIn. 1 16-inch Emerson suIky., . / 1 set;of.4^ section harrows. 3^ sets;^�f * new - w^rjo^harqessf 3 8et8*bf*Wd'rJ^ �if Id; 1 span bla^k^ercheron geldings, S years, old;,;l;>ba# maro.^v,., ears old; 1 bayi geldings, 3yearj3 old; 1 bay Shire'mare, 2 years ' vjQld; 3 colts coming. 1 year. The above horses are good big strong? i\$work stock, and are in good condition, f ' v:1 - \ 1 - 7,1 weight 1 gray 'team, rria're 'and-., age .12, .weight 2200. 1 elding, -4 D dozen cjtlckens. > > Hou'sehoid: ^pd8|ari^:'ma7)3f:othe^. airtlcles" too .numerous^ to*- meh- Ml^Iassey-Harris packer; 1 Massey-Harrisv.disc^'4tMasBeyi-] �M^ll; 1 Je^el gang plowV 1 Bi|lldog fanning mill; 1 wagon M POSITIVELY NO RESERVE FRANK L^LEAwOwner VV. W. HONEYSETT, Auctioneer MACHINERY,. HARNESS, ETC.-1 Massey-Harris binder; 1 \a ____ ___ m _on with grain, ; f ^^i)x'; 1 wagon wUh;:Ex^inHank,aB0 bushels; 1 heavy bob sleighf I ' ^ater tank. #10 barrels; ;4 rs.ete of - double, work harness; 1 buggy : :fep'ole complete; other articles too numerous to menflon, . ^ V ' T - j : r 4 -. TERMS-$25.00 and under cash. On amounts over that amount : P$8redit will be given to Noyember,1st,.1918, purchasers, to furnish ap-"��{ ;;f&J)roved notes bearing 8; per'cent^interest^ discount'of 5 per cental $ |i?.^tor cash on credit amounts. ^ it v Whitne - ^fetlliPfi^ indies,; jp 1*' * tlx ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer J - -I � r' 1/  1 _^_^_r ^Vb^_^b^^^L ^' _L^B^BW * -L^B^B^B^Bff ' s � l, r__ - - 1v; Cattle * - .1 hr n. r - if.; 1 h + T 4 ,1 7v. Having Received Instructions from J. GIER; the 1 H P Un^rs^ East Quarter of Section 14^ Township 12, Range 19f 14 miles Soiith West of Retlaw and 14 miles south, of Enchant, on P^-tf^M*j^*-�*^-**TP^M^ b^*pmb^-bmi-^>%8_bm_Mi__^__^i__i__^__ai a^^^-bT^ Mi the following - v ^^(.^^fi 1 grey gowrng, ageU, weight 1200; 1 black gelding,  1 " STOCK age 6, weight 1200;: 1, grey g[eldin^fege:4,i age 3r in foal, wjjghF1300; 1 � browg gej 1400; i; grey inare. � gelding. asev5, welghl 1200^' 1 bay gelding, age 8, weight 1300; 1 bay gelding,. ag& weight 1600; 60 head of cows, 5 3 yeai*s/ in spring; 30-steers Hereford Bull, coming; 2 years v implements; etc 'Wagon/ 3% ;� 1- l�inch Oliver Oa . /This bunch of cattle Ib a aood^ne^nd affords a eplendidfoppor-;: ty for farmers to get started *th-good stock. ^-v^ ^� at ten o'clock ^ ^ ^^^neariy"new;52^ete^ FREE CO NCH AT N(?pN^.v GTRlpODOuTCle^ �* I - ^ _� "h - l 1 -1 , J *� - 4 _ 1^ 1 i. 1 ' '-. ^ i - ^ ;