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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S. Til^DUSDAV; MARCH 7. Wis  \n aplte ot this Qarrick claims, tite cheque was later paid when presented^ CONClmiE' tfm LETHBRIDGE DAiLY HER^VLD IN UNITED STATES 'WaalJingloM, Mar. 7.-Plans to take up the vnst huldineti oC Gtst'iiiau iitlbr-eats In the inutcd States and pittce them in other hands, ao that after the war tJioy can not continne to be M>hti.t have beeh characterized as outpo�1� of German UCiltur In America were pi'er aented to conBresa today by A. Mitchell Palmer, .alien property custodian, and unaulmouBly approved by the senate appropriations committee. Mr. Palmer naked, and the sonata committee agreed, that legislation should bo attached to tho urgent deficiency bill empowering him to aell these.proporttea to any private luter-eata-but not to the United States goy;ornment-tho proceeds to be held in the treasury until ntter tho- war, Whether the German owners will receive the money Avould be determined by the peace terma. - Tlie value of German property subject to such dispOBltioh would run Into the hundrcda of millions. >^GE SEVEN    ^ �  WANTS HEARING IN COURT  Ottawa, Mar. 7.-(�'. H, Cllirys-tier, K.C., counsel for tho Manl-4 toba government at Oftawa Is taking the necBBsaiy aiepa lo have the appeal from Uie judgment of the railway board Increasing freight and pasaengnr ratea on points of luw hoard before the supremo court.  4 � � : '> ? �  ER >foo.9e Jaw, Afar. 7.-'i'he province of Saakatohewah will be divided Into eight dlstrlclti each under a district Buperintcndent and all under a aupcr-intotid^nt oC highways. All will be practlcdil road building engineers, waH the aniiouhbometit of Hon. 11. J. Lat-tai minister of highways.,in hia address to the convention ihla morning. Sihail Piu SmaUDoJM FOR CONSTIPATION kav* Vetood the teat of time. Purely vecctablc. Wonderfully qnick to banish biliouaneaa. headache, indigeatibn and to . clear up � bad complexion. �; Oeenlas' ^mi* 'litaatar* ' PALE FACES ' CcMnUy iBillcalc m lack of Iraa la (hf DIood Carter's Iroii Pills WmiMl* Ihi* coadMoo UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387....... 72-6 For Sale or ExchsMge Stallion Kapon Imported from France, 191S. Owned by Mr. Ouham, Chleage, tor 3 years. ebipped to'Calgary a year ago this coining fall. A beautiful animal,' can't be beat. Weight 2200. Poi\ sate or exchange for cattle or land. ' Owner crippled and cannot handle the horse. carl jacobso'n, Sec. 7-11-26. Five ,mi(e� Eatt of Grahum > ' '  73-2 Registered ^ Clydesdale juar ykHRivED, FROM ^the EAST AND NOW. ARE FOR ALE AT THE PALACE LIVERY' BARN,' LETHBRIOOE, ALL ;;yERy CHOICE STOCK. PedigreeS: are here and will he delivered to buyera. Cattaneo. jmported (12005). (16061). Aged a yaara.' Ounmvre Ivory, (16171). Aged 4 yeara. : Golden Style. (14316). Agad 6 yoarar.  y , ^ , . Theae. hoVsea are plestn and ' right. Sea them and You'll buy. W. J. Hencierg & Son OWNERS  ^  Port Perry, Ontario, ,,MK-Mfndaro,. ean ,ba aaon ih* Kfilt*f tlvary Stablei. 'is". t The following la the program ot the concert to be glifen In . the United church. North; L'i^thbridge, fombrrow, Friday night at 8 p.m.: 1-Nigger farce, entitled "The Darkey Photographer"-HMr^ CoUodian, the photographer, Mr. J. Millar; Adol-phu8,'a servant, Mr. HUme; Mr. Felix Jumbo, from the country, Mr. R. B. Johnston.' la-Selection ofCoongpnga by above. 2-Piano Selectlona-Miss Vera Glan-, vine. , , 3-Violin Solo ..... Mr. Paul Matson 4-Our, Buay Uaaiea"' Aid-Mrs. Chrla-toplier Aatorbllt, president of Ladies' Aid, Mrs. Clayton; Mariana Poppet, vice-president, Mlaa. M. Harlemau; Hortcneae Hadk'ett; secretary, Mias E. Harleman;-, Wlllemina Wilkins, treaauror; Miss'Ruth Matson; Glor-ianaKissem,> committee tor the new piano. Miss Zona Harleman; Pirotta Perkins, committee tor. new furnl ture for tho pulpit, Mlaa Mabel Hyssop; Amoretta. Munaey, committee for new china > for' the parsonage, Mr.s. Hodgins; Delia; Dapples, committee tor a new (once, Miss. Hen-denstrom; Carolina De Mott, expects to play th^ new Piano, Mrs. Spinka; Susannah'Wiggins and ,Oeorgiana Prickett, The "I Told You So's," Miss J. Shaw and Mlaa K. Cowan; Sarah and Sally, the minister's twin daughters, always giggling, Mlas J. Lakie^ ujji Misa A. Moodie; Virginia Valentine, who keeps a atationery store. Miss Kennedy; Charlea Broadwajr Swift, ot the New York Comet, Mr. B Humes; The Rev. Sllaa Sycamore, Mr. R. B .Tohnston; Abraham Lincoln Sycamore, Mr. 4. Milter; lyatura for the Men's Supper, Meiara. Holt, Smith, Jackson and Ingram. Fteniat, Miss B. Olander. , - ' Mutieal Numbora The Ladies Aid Society -.. Ladies Aid The New Piano ..., Swift and Chorus The Reason Why .......... Llncola and Virginia Clipping, Clipping, Clipping ........ ....................ii Ladles' Aid We Told You So................... .......... Susannah and Oeorgiana Waiting, Waiting, Wjiltlni Walters, Isn't It Too PrQvoklng.'. Ladles' Aid I^ow We're Happy .'. .. .Full Chorus QOD 8AVB THE KINO '/Tickets for-the'-ooneort.may be had from any of the above company or at J;.and A. Johnatou'a'atore. Proceeds tor the repairing, of Weitminster hall. WiTlNTERFERE ./ (SppcUl to tHe.He'iaW) Bdmonton, Mar.:.^7:-r-Prenier stew-art having vdeoliiiM'to interfere the bill Introduced by the Bdmonton Next-ot-KIn anoeteiilOn, for. tb* Incor-poration-of a .^eit-ot-Kln aiaoclation for tlie provit^ce, ^rlll^qpine hotore the house for conplder^t^on.' Objection. haa been irainiad by the Calgary aaaoojatlon .tq'the conatltutlon proposed. They object tct'lfia organization being of a merely social'and �enii-charitahle 'oh�r(iCtor,^They desire to engage In, con|^^llitiy*^.Work, and one of the women iupi,from the southern city declares;-itronllVi that they decline to be a partjr to the Dominion government being roHevotI of any. responsibility in 80 far a'| the prpper pialntenauce qt the aoldlers and their dependents: arii concerned.  will investigate Quebec, Auir, 7.-;;i.3p�fr Jays �go u number,of 0Mtai;|Q,i0lrffcr8\�nd ottlc-era on their way, to HaliJfak'on an I, C.R, Iralij were 'Qh(H�|ied; , HATFIELD, W. e, BARONS. HUGHES, e. P., TROCHU. > .-HALL, .i. W., ALOBI^SOIH. HALLET, J. W., CLARE8H0LM. INGRAM. GEO. A., RETLAW. JACK, ALLEN, LETHBRIDOE. , Y JAMIBSON, S. G., BOW ISLANp. V' 'If JONES, WILLIAM, f' ' KREMER OARAGE MePARLANE BROS, MeBRIDE, JASv VOUN6ST0WN. MASON *PURCELL,.OELIA. NANTON garage * MACHINE SHOP, NANTO^; NOLAN *RUTt7eT�IK0M.' OSTROM, P. B, EMPRESS. PINNEO;^aEORQE. RAS9AN0. ROBINSON, J, W.,'0VEN, NOPP, JNO,, WARNEI^; JAB. STEWART * COMPANY, GRASSY LAKE. . 8HACKLBT0N A LOGAN, OLDS, W9RKMAN. j. L.. MACLEOD, YoeOM A OCVITT. MlQtQIME HAT. H. J. C0TT0N,'Rt0; .,_m?>.ean 4 SCOTT.)" �WWO^-PJ^fimONS 4 AVERS, BOVRI Take it as Soui^ before Meal8*^"> Auction Sale AT WAODINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS On FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 8th > AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT Frank Waddington WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, AN ASSEMBLAGE OF USEFUL Furniture And eftecta Including: Set of dining chairs, mission finish; oak ezteiidlngr dining table; leather lounge; good kitchen cupboard, with double glass doors; combination dresser; oak finish dressera; very heavy brass mounted beds with springs and mattresses; mahogany finish rocker; house rockers; -wicker rocker; three good carpet sauares; Peninsular range in A 1 order; set handsome tiro brasses; 56 10 INCH GRAMOPHONE RECORDS; Smith Premier typewriter; toilet sets; baby buggy; magnificent DOHERTY ORGAN, 12 stops, in splendid walnut case; and numerous smaller item.s. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY, 7.30 TO 9.00, "WAODINGTON sells WITHOUT RESERVE" CLOSING OUT SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS At the Owner's Farm, three miles straight east of . Spring Coulee. ^*,a#^ ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12tii ' AT ONE O'CLOCK sharp; * . . HORSES-24 head-"ot horses and colts; 1 team bar mares. 7, and 8 yeara old, weight 3200; 1 black gelding, comint weight 1600; 1 bay Beldlnga, coming 6, weight 1500; 1 brown lelding, 8, years old, weight 1300; 1 grey gelding, 7 years old, freight 1300: 1 grey mare, 9 yeara old, 'weight 1500; 1 grey mare, 7 yeara old, weight 1950; il team black marea; 7 and 8 years old, weight 1500; 1 brown mare, 9 years bid, weight 1200; li grey team geldlnga, S yeara old; weight a�0O:'6 colts coming 2 years and four yearlingsi J saddle pony, gentle. ' V , ' ' iJ All marea have been bred to registered Percheron StallIo% �| MACHINERY , ~ 5 aeta good .iirark barnesa; 1 stock saddle;. 2 gang plowaj'S binders; 2 discs: 2 seta,four section harrows; 1 'drill; cultivator: mower; ral^e; 2'WagQna; grain tank and rack; thresher's water unk and pump; bugfiy; blacksmith's outfit; and some ihousehold' furniture. ,-:':'.".f:.;"v, i.r' .. There; will be absolutely no reserve. The owner has. sold his farm and is leaving this' country. Bverythlng must be sold to the ' highest bidder. �  I >- TERMS STRICTLY CASH " ,. , HAROLD W. BESWICtC, COL. A. STITSWORTH, Owner ' BERT KELLY, Clerk Auetioneei* AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 9th , . I., AT STOCK YARDS, ^ARONS, ALBERTA AT ONE O'CLOCK v ; TWO CARLOADS OF EXTRA GOOD Ranging from 4 jto 6 years old, weights from 1200 to 1450 poundi. >^ . *r fc 'Terms Cash. E. email Attention! Duty! Order Your repaira now, not next summer, but NOW. Boys who have been exempted for agricultural purposes are now ready for work for the sake of production. Look your machine over today, order tomorrow. Every 24 hours of^tlme means a loss of 20 bushels of grain. C. CHRISTENSON McCOI^MICK AGENT, MAGRATH 8579 02 770493 227160 77 ;