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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday; march 2,1018 THE LETimRli}GE DAILY HERALD r page seven'] AT A CRIPPLE FOR IHREEYEARS (From Our own Corrcspanitent) , Bow Island,'Marcli J. - The con-, �ert and box'soclal lialiiR lield lii LUo ,1. O. O,^ V. hall next Tiiosdav^ night ( (March 0) pronilsos to bo a signal ! uucceBs. A Hpiondid progroninio has i 1>eon arranged Including such well ; known artists.iiB Mrs. Storlo, Mr. IJon-loraon and Mr. Blalue who will assist In making this ovonttitl night a inem-Norablo ono for all thoso who are In i^ttendanco, Tho ladles of tho com-inttteQ will serve tea and coffee and iadlej-supplying baskets are reriuost-�d to fiicludo two cups and saucers; spoons and'sugar. B'or those who are hot fortunate in securing a basket tho IftdiOB In .charge ,of tho refresh-' luents have nrrangod to amply meet their demands'. Mr. Chcitor I'rendorgast spent tho ' tlio woekond In Mpdicino Jlat. Mr, I. U. Jauios Iwa purcliaaed a ; Sludebakor car^IVora the local agent, .Mr. K. S. Beatllo., Mr. and Mrs. Ilagoh are rejolclhg I over the arrival of a fine baby sli'l. ' Both mother and baby aro doing ' nicely. Mrs. Geo. Flslicr of WInnlTrcd spent � Wednesday hern, tho guest of her daughter Mrs, K. H. Wilmot, Broad way. Mr. J. G. Murray of Malob was a guest hero on Monday. The Ladles Altar Society of St. MichaeCs church was delightfully on tortained on Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Krod Mocrko. )Mr. and Mrs. Morloyi Bowcn who' hayo been visitors at the coast cities '� for the past couple of months rotuni-cd homo o"n Tuesday. A. dollfrhttul tea claimed Mrs. Ad-i-olph Swonnumaon as hostess on Wcd-: nesday afternoon, when she cntortaiu-I od formally for the first lime aloce I her ret�rn from California. Mr. H. S. Beitti^ was a visitor to I Medicine Hat on Tuesday. ; Ml'. J. R, Agar, First avenue wa�-a visitor to Wini\lfrod on Saturday. Mrs. Albert Whitney was tliu guest 'of her brothoi-, Mr., II. Grant, Wlnnl-' Ifred, over the wcok-dnd. >- Tho many friends of Mrs. W. R. P'Ulle Mrs:''Robei'tson cut the iC(;s. ^  ^ " Mr, and Mrs. H, He^iley are being congratulated on the birth of a son born Saturday, February nth. Mr. F. W. Brown accompanied by Mvs. Brown has returned fro(n Edmonton. Mrs. E. n. Loucks accompanied her daughter 1,0 the,Medicine Hat liospltal 'on V/cdnesday where a minor operation was successfully performed by Dr. Smyth. Mrs. Wayne Johnston is at present tho guest of Mr. -and Mrs. G. W. Johnston. Members of the local branch of the' Women's Institute are reriuested to be ^ present at the inonthly meeting on Saturday,'~Mnrch 16th, 'as an excep-tldnslly interesting program is to be presented. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Swennumson who has been guests in Southern California for the past two months hp.ve returned home. Mrs. H. Beat'tlo Is at present visiting ffieads in Calgary. Mr. K. M. Holcroft was a visitor to Lethbrldge. on Tuesday. Mr. and Jlrs. II. E. Befttie are rft-oelving dongratulations  on the blitU of a daughter, Monday, February 25. �Wr. T. B. Hands has returned from the bonsplel at  Wthbridge. , ' A Wirhi�t;Party ^ A v�ry deliBUtfuI-'whlst party was given Saturday afternoon bjr Mrs. J. n. Stewart and Mrsi W. A. Bateman at the^hojn� of-,Mr�.  Stewart, Leth-brldgccvayenu,^, C&dBwere iilayed at five tftWea'.and'lator tea was served. Mrs. R. H. Robprton, Mrs. W. K. Bate-1 wan and' Mrs. W. F. Henderson as-1 Istlng. Among the guests were Mrs.  Antrim, Mrs. Cotton, Mrs..Carson, Mrs. Belli Mrs.'Bulmage, Mrs. Batoman, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Ilopklifs.^Mrs. Ludtke, Mrs. Murray,-Mrs. Milroy,; Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. Drick, Mrs. Pat*rson, Mrs. 'Moerke, Mrs. Rainbow, Krai Roade, Mrs, Roberton, Mrs, Smith, Mrs. B. D. Smith, Mrs. Tayloi;,.. Mr3..'WertB.- . /. ' V Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler jffera pleasantjy surprised on Thursday evening when a large number of their , Krlends congregated at their homo to ' partake of tlhelr apleml'.d hospital-: Ity. , . � ' ^ Mr, Frank Sutton of RoUtiw spent ; the .week-end with hts tiamlly here. ' Mr. ,W. C. Laugford Letlibridgo pent Monday In town. ' The regular weekly meeting of the Rod CroM Society held on Wednesday a'cternoon was largely attended and much work aocompllahed, ' Mri-ahd'tMrs. Allen .returned from' , thelrilibheyiitioon ti'lp on Friday. Mra. George vRi(li|e(Vnlo will 'be the hostess ;br.:'tl�e^.\Vnion'8: auxiliary  All Siitnt5:chviirchiati the meeting .next Thuridfty. afterrioon....l , ' ' ' '. (  Mr. Roy Bakor of Letlibrldgo was a 1 visitor here on Tuesday. ' Members ot the ladlek'.a'id of tho i United cliurch ai"*-'. rerailnile,'! ot the meeting next Thursday afternoon .nt Ihe'^httm? pt,.Mrs,,Rpas,;-,, ., Mr. Geo, Herbor'has roturhed'home ttiften an extended absence visiting friend's In'thq ^tatos. � X)r. John'l!!,;',MjUer of CJalgary spent Tuesday h^il-iDi.;, Mrs, E,,C. Ludtke and,Mrs, Albert Whllijpjr..leiive oil'JJjonday to att.end Uio jUonVQijl^Ui of 'W^^n&ii's InsiiltuleB! H^Ipleit In Bed With Rheunwlum UnUI Ha T5ok "FRUIT-A-TIVES". MR. ALEXANDER MUNRO K.R. No. 1, Lomo, Ont. "For over Ihrco ' years, I vian confined lo bed wUli AViciunalisin. During thai; time, I liad Ircatmonfc from a number of doctors, and tried nearly cverytliingi saw advertised to cure Rheumatism, without receiving any Ircncfil;. . Finally, I decided to try 'Pruit-a-tivos". Before I iiad used lialfa hox, I noticed an improvement; the paia wa.s not so severe, and tlie swelling started to go down. / continued taking this fruit me-dicine, improving all the time, and now I can walk about two miles and do light chores about tlie place". ALEXANDER MUNRO, COc. a box, 6 for .$2:50, trial size 25o. At all dealers or sent po.stpaid on receipt of prico by Fruit-a-tive� Limited, Ottawa. , , 1 RE8LIE0 IN INJURIES Several Siirpri.sc Parties Held- Evangelistic Services Successful ^From O'tir Own Correspondent) Champion, Feb. 2S.-On Wednesday afternoon last Mr. and Mrs. Blackly, accoApanied by Miss Bullock, wore returning to their home west of town, when about a mile out, an ahtomobilo attempted to p.'iss them, tho team shiort and bolted without'a moments warning.- The sudden unexpected change of velocity threw Mr. Blackly from tho sleigh. A little later Mrs. Blackly and Miss Bullock jumped from 'the conveyance as the team raced at top speed. AH tliroo p.Trtlcs sustained injurios ot a serious nature. Miss Bullock will not be able to use her right arm for some weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Blackly wore badly bruised on tho head and shoulders. Two cars of hogs and one car of cattle were shipped to Calgary last week by A. A. Adams. Mr. Oalton ot the Homo Grain intends to put up a fine rosidenco this spring. ' Mr. Moffatt has struck a tine flow of water in his new well on Ensign Street. F. G. Dalsin our local tinsmith' has purchased Herb William's place, five miles west ot town. Mr. Dalsiu contemplates selling out his business In town to go farming. Mrs. Lloyd's little girl who' has been sick for several weeks, was taken to tho hospital in Lothbridge last Wednesday to undergo X rays treatntfent. Muriel Andrews has been engaged to teach school east ot Carmangay. Tho Champion Orchestra expects to make a final drive for Travers on Friday of this week. The Palace Billiard Co. is now acting agent for the Lethbrldgo Steam Laiiiidry. J. a. .Smith and wife of Blackie have taken over the dinjng room in the Savoy hotel. A new feature will Uo the establishment of a lunch counter wliich will be open for meals at all hours. . Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Toncy Perry a bouncing baby girl on Friday, Feb. 22. Mr. Abor�athy has accepted a position as liairdrcssor in tho Palace Billiard room. Mr. Cliester Ilyndnian our local barber has renovated Iiis shop recently. A Surprise Party A surprise parly took place at the ings v.-oro. evidence of the very j.igi, ! borne of Mr. and Mrs. McLeod.on esteem in which Mrs. Adams was held ' Tucsday^ovenlng, February IDth Tho by all who knew her j members ot the. Woodmen s Lodge uy ail wno Knew uei. Uvith .their wives and friends spent a very (pleasant and enjoyable time. Parlor games and dancing constituted the program. Art Hopkins supplied j the music for the. evening. �Only one criticism In regard to live music. Art played all th6 pieces on the Y flat string. After, a very dainty lunch, Mr. Geo. Stoddard on behalf ot tho Woodmen Lodge, with a few appropriate remarks, presented Mr. McLeod with a handsome club bag and Mrs. McLeod with a beautiful carving set. The party brolco up in the wee.'snm hours ot tliD morning. . Tho next regular meeting of the Woodmen lodge will be held on the evening ot Wednesday, March Cm. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roobuck, six miles north ot town on i Sunday evening, Feb. 24th, twins, boy and girl. Sir'Roberts is hav)ng a garage uuilt on l\fcuntain Street tor his motor vans. Ho expects to start'on his new duties of. convoying tho children to and from' Champion consolidated school. > Another 3urprise Party On Tuesday evening. Fob. 26th, Mr. ^nd Mrs. J. McDougall were all ready to start f6r tkwn to take In the special meetings at the church, when six car loads of town folks arrived on the scene and at once showered upon them a storm of congratulations and many happy returns'of the day. It thfen dawned on them tlwit February- 26th was the anniversary o� their tenth year of manned lite. After the storm tho wolconle Int^ruders were- invited Into tho house -whero tliey spent a very pleasant ovonlng. In ilia course ot tho evening Mr. and .Mrs. .McDougall wero ordered to go iluough tlie friends wlHi a aultalilo gift. There was a record attimdanco nt the RedjCross work snHidDn last week. Two new members were added to the knitting, circle. , Tho Excelsior Young People's Class in the Sunday School Mas assumed tlic rosponsibllity ot -BendlnK inaKazinas and papers to the hn.spiials and soldiers at the front. Mr. St. Peter ban kindly offered to frnrai; tho Rod Cross cliiuler which will bo placed in the ciiunili. Next, meeting will lin liold Friday nt tho home ot Mrs. J. Harper. Inten.so interest Is boitii? manifested in the .cvang'ell?tic services, the church being filled to it>i iilmost capacity almost every evoniiiK. liJvangelist Barton'.'^ subject for next Hunday/ev-onlng 'Tho sucfiesstul Fool"; Simday afternoon at .3 o'clock in Mork's Hall, women's meeting. >'.' > > .;. * � by Canon Hopkins, who afterwards | f seldUtgf,6.and 8,,weight 3000. . x'^' 1 * team geldings,! .5 years old, .�.280a � ' .��-vv, '1 team mareB;Vin''fq;al, S years 1 team geldings,-7 andra, weight wagon* and hay racks. 2800,  , i ...i., ^ lyicCormlck binder, 8 ft. 1 team geldings, 9 ipd .16; iwolgh^ 1 John Deere binder, B ft. -1 team gildings, browns/ age 11, 3400. ,'_, � ; ' '��' 1 team mares, age 11, 2800. 1 gray geldings, age 7, weight 1250. � , ' 1 gra)f gelding, age 7, weight 1400. 1 gray team, mare and gelding, age 12, ^weight 2200. ' 2 8-foot discs. ' 1 new Oliver gang plow, 14 In. 1 16-Inch Emerson sulky., ./ 1 set of 4 section harrows. 3 Sets of'new Wfork"^ harness, , 3 sets-of work harness. Q dozen chickens. ' Household goods arid many other artlotes too nilmerous to mention. ' ( . '�'�;o,wner yi. W. H0NEY8ETT, Auctioneer HEAD OF MARES 4 AND GELDINGS > AT THE BRIDGE-SALE AMD FEED BARN ON THURSDAY, MARCH 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 pair sorrel geldings, weight about 2700 lbs.; 1 pair bay geld-'Ings, weight about 2800 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2750 lbs.; rpair bay geldings, weight about 2600 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 4 years old, weight 1300 lbs,; IN pair brown mares, weight 2300 lbs.;  1 good saddle horse; 2 saddle ponie'S; 1 yearling colt; 3.2-year old  colts; 1 team bay geldings, weight about 2500 lbs.;. 1 pair bay :geldings. woisht-about 2400 lbs.; 1 ,palr brown geldings, .weight -.about 247)0 lbs.; 1 pair black geldings, %yelEht about 2-100 lbs,; 1 pair black geldings, weight about 2450 lbs.; G geldings, weight about ...110 each; above,described horses all broken; 10 mares, not broken, �5 to 8 years old,,weight about 1100 lbs. each. % THIS STOCK WILL BE SOtiD AS THE OWNER IS SHORT OF RANGE. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer v AUCTION SALE >1AVING RENTED MY FAllM I HAVE INSTRUCTED ED. POP-r'HAM to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON MY PREMISES, f ' - ON N. W. QUARTER OF 32-11-24 'JB!/2 MILES SOUTH \lVEST'OF BARONS AND ABOUT TWELVE : MILES EAST OF WOODHOUSE ON ^ � fVednesdayf March 6th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK 15 HEAD OF, HORSES-1 span bay geldings, 7 years old;'l .'/8'i*an bay mares. In foal, 12 years old; 1 bay mare, In foal, 12 years old; 1 bay maro. In foal, 9 years old; 1 roan Belgian niaro, 5 yeara uold; 1 span blacH Percheron geldings, G years, old;,! bay niarp,.*. '-years old; 1 bay'^eldings, 3 yeai:B old; 1 bay Shire mard, 2 years -,6Id; .S nolts coming 1 yeoi-. The'abovo horses aro good big strong 1 iworlc stock, and are in good condition. ^ ' V V'i ONE SOW � � ' � %� MACHINERY, HARNESS, ETC.-1 Mas'sey-Harrls binder; 1 �;r;tilas8oy-Harrls packer; 1 Massoy-Harrls disc-; IMaBsey-HarrlS'shoe , MM; 1 Jexfel gang plow; 1 Bi