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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. MAfVCH fi/ 191ft tJommunlaailQas' under this utuit bear th� algnaturea wrltart. baadtng of th� rTH^i LfelHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN UETTER carriier MATTBR Editor ol tiia Herald:~ Slr.-rThat �tfmo minority vote of the Looil Carrieri' Assoblatlon hns cauaod fdJittdn by ah dppoal.to the cltizeiia, in a. t)UflleadlnR way Dhroveh the col-uhina of tho iF'rlday l�sue of the Herald, lo evidenced through the majority of carrier* l�laotris thepiselves as op-posod to titlH procedure. And by misleading fl^telnehts Uio public are led to bblievd iftttt thbro has been no extra Wki�ry alloWanbd eranied since 1M2. Did th�y not illia/laf9t, ahe it a very olHtnn-(lae Utme aotreas, but I baye aetn 401-etla I IUk egttdly * well, and acores ; I/Ulto ttehar. 'Mia tact is that aba baa OOB �C ibe itKMt akUtul aOyarttalag Qanacaa of tbte 4vr, or any day. aAu atuua of monar have beea epaat to ao�v wa. too public. lltBONl ACID STOMACH  ' .-^- A tn nvaMMMtaat No Dyapayala* Haa*�> . bum or Any tamaeh talaarir. .'�'.v ^ � --r--. � * Sour, ,gaaar. syaM atomaeb, indltaa-�on, beartban, dyrapapala; wban tbe toed: y�U eat termanta. Into gaaaa-and atubbom himpa; roar bead achaa and ' you taal ~?aiok, and mtaerablo, � tbafa . wtMU youVraaHxe tbe maglo in PapVa. IMapofalbi'Itatakaa all atomaeb rala-aiy vaalab'in.flTa misulaa. . Ityeur atoniacb la In a :continuoua i raroU-4f you, oanH gat If regelated, pleaae,'for your aahe, try Pape'sDIa-papain. It'a ao 'naadleaa to have a 1 bad atomacbV-make.your next meal a favorite footf meat, than take a Uttic Oiapopate. tboM will not bo any die-lT*atlmoalala and Boqklijt. �TBi^npoAWfl iniDtoiMB 094' - :8�HT��t.,iTMyW�.: '^^f?' are having to pay tor Mory'a advertising expeneea la the shape of Ificreased pricoa of admiaaion, and Mary herself I9 living like �a Empreaa with her prl-yato car and all the raat at it. The Bamo may be �aid of most of the other high aalaried picture atara.'^ Only a few days before 'Mr. L�ve-eon's letter appeared in the Herald, I was talking wltli a working ovan who lives In North L,ethbrldge, on this very subjeot. Thle man came from Hamilton a few months ago, and he was making a compariaon lu the coat of amusemente In the two citiea. Wille he allowed thai there are many ad-vantagea in the west auch as better wages,' etc., he thought, that amuso-Qieata.wero a itttle too Iiigh. He said tKlit although Hamilton la a large city the picture tbeatrea Yl- Yeura truir, , J. H. PAAKKR. M OBPKNCE OF al ROSS rt* Bdltoi- betbbiidge Hai^d:- ( Sir,-He a lattiar tb your paper ot �*b�uary 2IJrd. "a "Woman-'b Obsar-vattons," to diaouaa tha local bout or fight of a taw daya'before, I will ndt attempt to answer thla letter la de-taU, but t^l Itiin'y duty to ansir�r it, at laaat, da b^ 1 wUl alatt witk tbe aantaace �m(tt M. B. I^^r aladma tbaaa boHta faaire,�ll tba Mtlrmaaka of a trwneup. Now I am aot-aeqaalnt wfllh any ot oi^ponaiita ot Al Hoaa (the local figbtar), but I do koow this, that Al Robs. 1/BUI4 iiava notblbg to do witti a ibout that frouid'ba called a frinnaup. He la 'ar good aportsntan -and i think anyooa'that'baa wafohed him fliht wUl agMb wMb tne wbf n I aay ba goM tato aair Mabi ^ win and If bacanuot do i})mt mTWIU �t Waat tight and loao Itkaaboan;. 'Aa-tobelng giiar-aaltaed >i, cartala aiaount ol Aionay ba-fore they wlK Maa �^ Mat, I' haow tbat tita local figbter narar went Into (ha ring wttb any aacb gnarantee. H� mea in to 7rb>'aMI aiinsar takaa Ma ibare of tbo' procaa^a. Aa to tbia money being apaat io: 4iattar. advantage thangfrbwittoibeae"Oaar Peta" to have a nloa UMa blorw out on, (I will tty bare tbe mftb from tba aaat Is a total stranger to me, 10 1 can eay nothlng/ler him) but I;wonder if M. B. Taylor aver atoppad to Uilnk that every bor la.ttae ''Dear Pat" of aome mother, and wa local: figburhappena to, be the "Dear Pet":ot a mother, a widow, made (to by, tfae ravagea ot war. There 'are eight:atatara. in'thla fMully, four, of tham ara married,' one of tbeie alao la widow with an orphan child made so by the mvagaa �t var. Tho only remaining l^rotkar'baa anllated In tha Britteb na,vy aiid'fa ta tralalng at .Halifax, lM.T\nt four'alatara at borne with the motbar. Now I uidaratand the govornmani! bM made provlalou tlwt at leaat oM aba)l ,ba left to tb^ niother out of bar tamttyMd K M. K. Taylor aMU tbibka Mta bOT aboyld |o to war pleaaa-vwrHa'aMiil 'aar ao, but alao Btata In lliar^attmr: ht^iT ^Mr ralativeaNab^;|ma' ini'na^'war and bow many mora .ab^'4woHiB>4lfca tb aend, etc. I muat abki'baj^rttoiw tws been a slight miataka^lB^'tbi^fiiiguraa as to, tJie amount (:''^�-pttri|b*"tta'Me man received, aal ;)iappiB tojlwff^, tba local fighter raoatvad ,�'.tm|a> overvtUrae hundred db))u'ij�ail;,(iba' man from tho east raoaiveid aMtttlplaaa than three fanndred dollirSf MM m you aeam interoated In tba nloa fltUa "b^ow out" tbeaa nif p are to ; would like you to/ondara^nfltbsti tine local tighter .^nt the largeak ihaif�0f hla purse borne to hia niotbar. ;,rKow I t^tink thlB la right in Una with jrpurl Bed Cr(WBo^ Halifax reljef olth�ri^tbfif'only dltfer-enee being that hn* vwa4"' not looking for ,any ncHprl^ty. ,pfar. Jt. 1,;. In ravard to iba, local Mghlor's et-omptlon. Af. t^^ylpr. mitat bave very little faith in the aln>arHy'or Judge-uifBt. of tbe l Intrigues of tho activist has takoii on large proportions. The voluntary suspension of all judiciary actlylty as n protest .against the outrage l'OUiniilti.nl against tlio court ot appoal lit Hrusaols has C'.auaod a tremendous inniresalon even upon the German authorities. New lists of communal couniils and of Important personalltfo.'; who have made protests continue to reach Havre, being bought iiK'liily by devoted patriots who have poased through the electrified frontier wires in spite of redoubled vigilance on the part ot the Germans." HOW 1 GET RID OF NO CHANGE IN temperance BEER REPORT RCSOLUTION FAVORABLE TO PROHIBITION Albany. N. Y.. Mar. 5.-The MoNnb resolution to provide for the ratitica-tloM by tho Now York legislature of the federal prohibition amendment waa favorably reported today by the aa-sembly judiciary comralttoe. This flc-tlon'lnsured open debate on the measure. The vote was 8/to 5. " Toronto, Mar. 2.-There will be no change In the alcoltollc .strenffth of the temperance beer now permitted to ,be Bold in Ontario. Sir William Hearst I told thla squarely to a big workmen's deputation which wallnd on him yesterday aJftornoon. As It became increasingly clear that the reciuejit ot the deputation would bo refused, boos were hoard in the crowd, wliicli swelled Into a roar when Sir William tnade his declaration. "FruiMitss" Point the Way to Qblck Rellet Vkiio.s.i, O.nt. "I sulTerad for a uninbcr of years with lihCHiHatism and severe- Pains in my Side and Back, cau.scd by strains and heavy lilliuj. '\VIl8U [ (led given up hope of ever beiujf �nell agaiu, a frieml recoin-uiCndod 'FruH-a-tivcs' to me and after uaiug the first box I felt so much bt'ttor that I coutinucd to talio tlicm ; and now i am enjoying the boat of healtl*, thank.s to your wouderiful frull; wedieino". W. M. LAMPSOK. "KniJt-�-tives" aro .lolrl by all draler/i at 60e. a box, G for trial sUe 260.-or .scut po.stpaid by jfc'ruit-ailivea Limited, Ottawa. THE MOLINE Universal Tractor is NOT AN EXPERIMENT � Kvery feature . of the .Moliue Universal ban been given the careflil, earnest study ot experienced tractor englneera. It has been tried with HEAVY WORK in the'laat two yeara in varloui aectlona of the country on different, klnda of work and has been . pronounced an unqualified suc- ' ccas. iyiR.W.K.BELL At the Letlibrldge Hotel, will give alldetalls aa to apecltice-tlons, etc., to any inquirers. The inan-who drives the Tractor nina the Binder. It is a Pirfect One Man Tractor for AU Work. mm , 111 iRut MondiV I'lherhe will e,)t)ptfd or nt|t, but ' >%k '* .v. r*' , i second annual sale of purebred (Shorthorns and Hcrefords) AT ONKO'CLOGK At farmersv feed barn; 70.head of Ji|g|ic|aM richly bred built and femiles of the most populwvblood |^fsw(d by some of the mpst noted sires of OMtem Canada. Noted^>Slioi'tl|^ families reprfstnted are Duchess of tilost-er, Mmas, Crim^ii Flower and others Harefords include an iniparted Anxi^ bred ftuU^ and several winning show animals^ If you aire ih the market for yWdstrioiig breeding stock, pUn tb ^attend his sale. X Majority of fijmilaiare jbred or well alfo^ in calf.  j;H.PABia&SON.OwBer$ Hq||ADDRESS--ILDERT0N,6Nt "THE letR WITHOUT A PEER COLD thc Lbthbridge brbwing & Malting Co. Ltd. LiTHBhioae. Alberta. Attention! Duty! Order Vour repairs now, not next aurnmer, but now. Boys who have been sicempted for agricultural purposes are now ready for work for the lake of production. Look your m.ichino over today, order tomorrow, ."ivery 24 hours of time meana a loss of 20 bushels of grain. C. CHRISTENSON Mccormick agent, magrath CLOSING OUT SALE of farm stock: and implements At the Owner's Farm, three miles straight east of Spring Coulee. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-22 head of horaea and colts; 1 team bay marea, "7 and 8 years old, weight 3200 ;"1 black gelding, coming 4. weight JfiOO; 1 bay geldings, Comlnfe G, weight 1500; 1 brown gelding, 8 years old, weight ISOO; 1 grey gelding, 7 yeara old, weight 1300; 1 grey mare, !l yeara old, weight l.'iOO; 1 grey mare,'7 years old, weight 1350; 1 team black mares, 7 and S y^ara old. weight 2500; 1 brown mare, 9 years old, weight 1200; 1 grey team geldings. S years old, weight 2600; 5 colts coming 2 yeara and four yearllnga; 1 saddle pony, gentle. All mares have been brad to registered Porcberon Stallion. MACHINERY a sets good work harnoas;' 1 stock saddle* 2 gang plows; 2 binders; 2 discs; 2 sets four section harrows; 1 drill; cultivator; mower; r�ke; 2 wagons; grain tank and raqk; thresher's water tank and pump; bnggy; blacksmith's outfit; 'and some household furulturo: There will be absolutely no reserve. The owner has sold his farm and la leaving, the country. Everything must be sold lo tho highest bidder. ' - TERMS STRICTLY CASH  HAROLD W. BE8WICK, COL. A. 8TIT3WORTH, Owner " BERT KELLY, Clerk Auctioneer AUCTION SALE of 50 HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS AT THE LETHBRiDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON THURSDAY, MARCH 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 p^lr aorrel geldings, weight about 2700 lbs.; 1 pair bar ceM-iuga, weight about 2800 Iba.; 1 pair bay geldluga, weight about 2750 Ibi.; 1 pair bay geldluga, weight about 2600 lbs.;'l brown mare, i yeara old, weight 1300 Iba.; 1 pair brown marea, weight 2300 Iba.i 1 good Saddle horae; 2 aaddle ponies; 1 yearling uolt; 3 2-year old colta; 1 team bay geldlnga, weight about 2500 Iba.; 1 pair bay geldlnga, weight about'3400 lbs.; 1 pair bro^vn geldlnga, 'Welght about 2400 lbs.; 1 pair black geldlnga, weight about 2400 Iba.; 1 pair black geldlDga, weight about 2450 iba.; 6 geldlnga, weight about 110 each; above deaorlbed hprsea all hrokep; 10 marea, not broken, '5 to 8 yeara 6^d, weight ^bout 1100 lbs. each. THIS STOCK WILL, BE SOLD A8 THE OWNER 18 SHORT OF RANGE. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auotl�na�i> AUGTiON SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 9th ' --T-' AT I^TOCk YARDsl BARONS, ALBERTA . AT Or^E O'CLOCK TWO CARLOADS OF EXTRA GOOD / Ranging from 4 to 6 years old, weights from 1200 to.HSOpoands. Terms Cash. E. C. PECK; Owifff 336462 ;