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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AMERICANS LEAVE GERMANY London, Mar dispatch from Berlin .says llml Ameri- cans anj ulher n tut nils who were on board ihc caplured Brlllsli steamer' Yurrowilalc lefi Germany on Wednesday. r.Tim .LETIinrilDGB DAILY -HERALD MAUCH 9, 1017 (From Our Own Coaldalc, Mar. Latlios' Aid of ilie Methodist cluircb held a very successful and enjoyable "Pic and "Weight" social on 'Saturday evening nf lust week. who came in large numbers bcann io nrrivc about K o'clock, aifd were wJlh tiaiues aiirt guessins1 fontosls. A phorl Hjtitlcal proerdm was given lo (be delight ami satisfaction ot nil. Miss Hrown rendered n piano solo, Airs. n. S-'Pawaun. ft soia, and Hev. .1. M. yjivcctl a soup. TLIC KC-nlletnerL were then tickets from a hat which wero iiriutcd numbers corrPsltonilins lo ihc imtri- licrs on the niPt-. The Lidies oivuui.-. _ iho cumc iiroitnitly and of Hit? Icgislainre this, button from champion, says it is tlio flooil ihc scales to bo inorniiis approved uiitl ordered re-j intention of ihe Hoy Scauls to holil while i bo gentlemen coume.l out iln.-, [Kirted the bill the fur-jonlcnaitimcins and ralso some more her cttteneion of iLe for for this worthy .cause, construction of tho Athabasca Vnl l lo the' Kdmonton, Marc-li S. Tlic railways Work is Continuing iind Fund In Grenler Need o[ Money RAISING SHOULD OE IMPORTANT INDUSTRY Made In Department of Report dustry Edmonton, Fob, to the In- l Ing by mi ImportaLU Industry ill Al- berta? i The mlntelcr of scenes lo think BO. In llio department re- port for ,Uie ye fir l-'ltij incut ton !s of gouts In llio roQlMllu weal o[ Miic-' kud by. the superintendent of livestock "is of ilio opinion that Uila may lertd lo Imp or I- anl icsiiHs. Tlio html at UQQ was es- tablished lust year, riml h tno first of the kliul hi Ilio province. The Hosts wero milked last summer uml most of Ilio milk was manufactured Into for which u ready iiinrkal round In L'alcary ami Edmonton, Two ovens ot the usual kind tuul IntrJ on the f fro less cooker nrfn- nmdo ot the establishment of a herd clplo feature n new gas range. A, Uuclianaai M. I'., acknowled-. KOS the following contributions Lo Uie Uelghn Heller Fund: j from Ihc tioy Scouls of Chaui-i 507.65 from.the Children of Fore- most. i f2a from St Kilila Kerf Cross soci- cly. per Mr.'. T. Hniiitar, president, und. Mrs. J. scc.-lrc-as, Jl from HelgSan girl. II. SiulUi In Bcndins tho contrl- Phckcls in proportion to Ihc Then vorngc of -was fairly Ii, abonc 1GD pounds, DHL tliey var- jpd srcatly from ?5 to oOO. Tables were pet iti the reading room where sand- ivichcs and coffee wore with the iiies. In ell aboui was realized and a Ihoroughly eojoyalilc evening was spent by all. S. H- Pearaoa will be here on Fri- day evening to give a dairy demon- stration in the Domestic Science room of the school After the lecture fi dance will be held in tho hall. life many friends arc glad to see Dick Taylor around acain after recent illness. A. L. Brown, trfto was accidentally that a counle of weeks ago, lias re- covered from tlie injury sufficiently to be removed from ihe hospital and in a few days will be as well as cvc-r Schimek Bros, have taken over the feed barn and implcmeni asency lalcly conducted by Caloreu Ca'loren, and will carry on the They moved lo Coaldale this The recent mild woather did not como loo soou for tbe live stock. In .many cases the reservoirs were near- ly dry. But llie situation has been relieved by the thaw- Fanuers are to flunk 'about working on the Uud aealn. Fred Caloren anfl L. Peters have each pur- chased a Titan" tractor and are spsnd- ing their spare Lime in geltice ac- EO as to be able to make every minute count as soqii as ihe frost is out of the srouml. lj. Peters has recently bougbt a half section 01 land, in tbe old Cameron ley railway from one to. three years from the assent io ih? present act and the bill to authorize the Central' Canada railway company to construct certain extensions and to capital slock by tlie sum of seven anil n half million bring lus it to ten million dollars. Mr. Hoadjey olErrved iliai the company was not Joins as other com- panies giving a whale of 25 per cent. >n the importation of pure bred slock. Mr Smith replied ibat the statement not a fact. The company Wiftj giving a rebate of more than per ceut. '.o encourage ihe imperial ion of pure bred stock. They had brought ihem in for nothtue. The only serious opposition, devel- oped in regard to ihe extension of the lime limit for the Athabasca Valley line Ibe charier for winch ei in ihe .session Mr. Tweeilie, arguing lba_t line would a branch of or feeder to the K. B. C., co'ntended that They wero a vicious in "ncoruorating a company (hat would have a different baanl ot .directors lo Hie parent company. It was the principle of interlocking companies iliat states in (he union Imd held was rtsainsr Ihc besl of ihe country. He asked ilie commiitec LO think ol the effect oi having- (bis line under a differenHionrd of directors ranch and will have moved on it by menl. the end of the iuonth. The school fcoarj has installed fine kitchen range in the Domestic Science robnL of tbe school. In addr lion in its in the school H'is a decided-advantage for social Tho contribution from Foremost is wonh placing some emiiliasis upon niul we tliink'll can liosl be explained by quoting from the letter of Mrs. J. YV. -MeKiunoii In forwarding tb0 con- "Tbis money was tlie surplus "fund gathered at Christmas time fromjhe t-li'Idren's Christmas 'cntertalnmeni. The..conimUtcc In charge were unde- cided as to what most-needful USD to put the money as there were four oh- jects view for which ihe money wns to be considered. They The Hand of--Foremost, The Real lloom for deposit in bant for future Christmas use and the j AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements ON WEDNESDAY, ,21st COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOQK SHARP Al J4-10-5-1S, Hiiles S..W, of New Dayton 1 learn ot greys, uboul J300 Ibs., D years oM; L team ot about 1200 'J ohli'l tcaiii of marcs, about 1350 Ibs., 9 ami 1] years old; 1 ot bays, tvboul ICOl) Iba., U and S years'olil; 1 team, s dark bay and a black, 1200 Ihs., S and 11 ycur.s old; 1 bay horso, 1200 )bs., y yoara olil; 1 bay liorso. 1SOO Ibd.. 11 years old, 1 disc, harrows i 1 heavy subsoil nicker; 1 set of drag harrows; 3 seeders; 2 grain wagons; 2 ivagons with racks; 2 gang jilows anJ I sulkey; 1 McConnlck mower and rake; McCormtck binders; l fanning mill; portable grnln elevator on trucks; alcelL wfiler tank (ten barret with 12 barrel wooden water tank, complete with tank on trunks; about 5 scls of a lot of other articles too numerous to mention; 5 horse power Galloway gasoline engine on trurks.' As most of the land the owner has been farming for years has been sold he will not require the equipment to work his own farm and consequently the stock and Implements listed here will be sold. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD, NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer JOHN FORSLIN, Owner LOMOND (Krom Ou.- Own Cbrlts'jgtLirjiLi) Coupoi1 to, be nlout -HgMn yj'o arc Jlousni IQ 'note. _. Severnl trnclortt 'M'o here waiting ror weather fit (o bo 'A Tew farmers In Mils vicinity hcue nul large leases to their stork of liohUoea hblng during lie winter. Qi'ble linker lustallc'l n In'Ills pool room, ubout ,wcnty cleeliic Huhls.'- Euuy farmers arc hauling In wheat tlio sleigh loail those ilnj'B. V.'cdneEduy a tlanco licit! hero In the Odd I. Proceeds oi'ci: expenses iv to tho I'iUrlollo Fund." Javo Muni'o got Iho patriotic borao tho l.oniond linfii'l known the rpa! pinch of lack of con) yel, thanks la the few men who have liiAh hauling coal hero nil ivtnlor from How City l.oinond'd bulcStcra; reslaurnnls etc., arc having tliclr-h'c ilnwn fron the Dow rivur. Timothy liny ia belnj; drnwn fron hero tn large quantities, K lias bcei blilppeil from Llio somli country. Joint Ilolo's feed and ealo slalil business Is In running urdcr now Denny I'luin Is helping In the burn S FOR SALE 3 cars of rjood ewes, due to lajnb about April 16th. UA1JY Alexandra Hotel Phont 717, BIG. VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARS TO THE DOOR' iPHOHt 789. Children's llelief Fund. Heucc (he money.'' The Foremost children have set fine example in deciding to lliej money to llic Belgian Relief Fund. They have proven ihat they are tak- ing a-deeij Inleresi in the great strug- gle in Europe and ihni tlie needs ot Ihe Belgian yeoiilc win. ibcir sym-j nhy and1 snpiiorl over very worthy j ?al .causes. The Belgian Relief Fund fs in greater need oi" funds uovr than H lias ever been before, facing 'as it is a deficit of a month. In n. leiler from Ihe head cumrl era of the. Fund, Mr. Iliichaiian Is advised 'bat! there is no further doubt as to the I relief work continuance without In f In the event of a t the E. D. B. C., ihe line the had guar- anteed, "falldil lo pay intercsi and ii into tbe hands of the govern' Cross that be had no hesitation in savin- he would not be In favor of guaTtinien- ins bonds on fifty o[ the road. Mr. Mitchell added that he took iha same ground. They all wanted to The many friends of -Miss JIars Jones will be pleased to hear of her marriage aboui three .weeks a Great Falls, MouL, io Mr. Howard Slevensou, who is also well tnom in ihf5 Ed. Johnston has yurchased a fine new model Chevrolet. lie aspects it to arrive any day now. The Lethbrldge Ministerial assoc tion caught the "get minted" idea of the board of trade and to Coildale on Monday for .their regular monthly meeting, where they were the gfeesta ot Rev. and MR. j. M Fawcell.. Tlie teachers of the school were entertained with them at dinner the parsonage, alter which the par ty visited the new school. They were over the building and .were met in thD_audiIorjurn jjy the pupils, j ifiili the Coaldale school song. Short' addresses WEFO- delivered "by Revs, i Andrews, Francis, Cobbledict and and by Lieut. drore the party out here. They then took up their deliberations of the -afternoon and returned to the city, .-with the satisfaction ot a day well A library for of the c'om- jnunlty Is being made up ol boots! loaned by various ready 100 are on the shelves, which Dumber will be doubled 6r -trepled in the next few weefes, "The Ecliool library consists of nearly 300 volumes-and be added shori- ly. The University Extension Lib- mry consists of .about 10 voluiics, which arc replaced every four months ?iy new ones. These arc-all placed In ihc. library of the school, the princi-l pal acting as librarian. He will be1 111 eased to give out books at any lime lo suit the convenience ol the bor- rowers. This is an opixjrlunily which .should not be neglected. Heading is a habit thai'may be cullivaled- Mr. Snyder has arrived in town to T.ork in Peter Lund and Eons lumber yard. Mr. anrt Mrs. lumball, at tbe home of IheMather of the lallcr.l Mr; Henry Pellelicr, on Sunday, Mar. son. The play, "The Minister's Bride." recently produced in Wesley Melho- dlst churcb, Lethbridge. will he re- j produced lu the Coalrtale school'audi- torium on Tuesday evening, March 13. c The Prolhcan Indies' class under i 3lrs._ Ertjndon'- who will produce play he accompanied hv tit "Wesley Sunday school orchestra. The' tableaux also he presented. Coaldale Ladies' Aid are-lo bs congTa- I i tulated in securing such a wholesome mirth-proTotvlns enleitninmeni for .Ihe community. Tlic 25c trd 15c. see the railways under the tanic sys- tern, terruption. The situation Hel- ium is in faci desperate lhat Hie Germans, to slop at nothing, have actually asked lliu -Am- erican nicmljcra oC tbe Commission to 'remain at their posts so tbat tbe work may go on uninterrupted. Contributions from Southern .Al- berta will be" forwarded lo Heatlqunr- iers without delay. It is to be hoped that a-renewed interest will vbe dis- played in. this great cause ami that contributions will be more -geuerous anil frequent. On Account of Quitting. Farming 1 Will Sell the Below Listed Articles for the High Dollar, on MONDAY, MARCH 19th AT MY RESIDENCE, NORTH HALF P2-B-20, FOUR MILES or PIVE MILES NORTH OF WILSON, NINE MILES SOUTH EAST OF LETHBRIDGE. 11 Registered Shire Stallion, five years (have 1 bay marc, li) years old. HQO 1 grey more, G years old, lljQ I bay y years old, 1350 liay Jiorac, 5 years old, 1100 1 grey years old, 1500 1 grey mare, 13 years oM, llriO Its.; 1 lilack marc, 13 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 colt, 2 years old; 2 mare colts7 one year old. The above arc all well broken. 22 uillch cows, ivltli calves; 3 inilcli con's, soon fresh; 3 dry 9 huiicrs, 2 and 3 years, 3 year-. Itngs. fl. liinitcr; Van Brunt drill 22 singlo disc; 1 due narrows.1 S foot; JoLn Decrc 12-iti. ganp plow, slubble bottoms; P. ft O. IC-in. sill key plow, sot! and stubble bottoms; Jobn Ueere 14-Inch sulky sod and hottonis; Dcerins iluck-foot cultivator; 10 foot, new; 3 section lever harrows; McConuick a fool mower, new; 2 hay rakes; OW Donjinioa, box; John Deure wagon; Harrow Attachment For plow; several tron farm fiat'-s; potato "digger, pJcker, (prks, shovels, chains, and many other articles too rjiinicrous io mention. ..____ ions of Olue Joirif and Also 11 Pure' Bred Buff Orpington Chickens. BIG FREE LUNCH AT 12 O'CLOCK SALE TERMS CASH GARRISON DEARDORFF F. R. BATES, Auctioneers, Lelhbridge Owner- BALTIC ARRIVES. Xcw March Asuoc- teii Tress today says; Tlic Ilrltlsh ilp Holtic, n White Star liner, was reported IhU morning about five niles Eoutli of Hro Istflnd nnd will lock herd early tomorrow. She left .Ivcrpctl about 1'cbruary 25, She las S5 passengers. The American ste.imshlp Man- of tlie Atlantic Transjjorl lino, which was lo bavo sallcj with a largo for London, lias been delayed because ot a strike of her crew, it was nntiounccil at the .office of tbe lino. The men Imvo iltMnauileil Q per cent. bonus in addition lo Iho wages they-arc now .receiving, it was said ELECTRICAL ISUPPLIES AfyD'ALL KINDS OF, ELEC. .THICAL VVORK. V W.L. Co. i'PHONE 637, 7IB 3rd Ave. S. Ijil" cijme mostly from disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate these organs and keep: --Hee from headaches by using Stirblna, 53362- Have Jns( -Imiiortcd i'l'oin Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 I'ercliei'oiJS, 1 JJeljrian and 1 French Draft JOL1MET2 117417, Dark Grey, Foaled Hay 23, 1914, weight ibo-jt 1EOO Ibs. RACINE 105157. Black, Foaled May 8, 1914. weight about 1700 Ibs. BRILLIANT 54535. Black. Foaled June 8, 1906, weight about 1900 Ibs: UEANDER No. IOB882. Grey. Foaled Hay 5, 1914. No. 118556. Grey. Foaled March 20, 1914, weight Ebout 1800 Ibs. No. (02710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1913, weight about 18M Ibs. No. 96124. Black. Foaled Juns 7, 1312, weibht about 2100 Ibs. Record No. Foaled June 28, 1910, weight Jbcut 1SCO Ibi. No. 57612 BlacV. Foaled June V1906. Imported from France November 1503. Ho. 83068, Grey. Foaled April 20. 1910. Imported from France August 1911, weight about 2200 Ibs No. 53362 Black, Foaled April 3, 1905 Imported from France 1907. MASTER DEXTER. Black. Record No. 122925. Foaled June 24 1914 KING COLE Dratl Elillion Black. Record No. 2S612 Foal'. ed August 15th, 1914. Belgian.Stallion. Roan. Record No. Foaled June 11, 19H 1SOO. These stallions have been purchased from one of the largest breeders and importers on the American continent. They have been bought worth Ihe and are priced lo sell. Will alto exchange for good farm horses. FOU .SALE AT Till-: LiyniBlUDOM JSALK H. O. ROLLAG, OWNER AUCTION SALE HAVING SOLD MY FARM I WILL SELL BY AUCTION, OUT RESERVE, THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND MACHINERY ON S. W. 27-11-22, W. 4lh M. 10 MILES SOUTH EAGT OF BARONS, EIGHT MILES NORTH CAST OF NOBtEFORD AND MILES SOUTHWEST OF ALBION RIDGE SCHOOL HOUSE. On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14th SALE TO COMMENCE AT 10 O'CLOCK Elghlotn'head of good rvorh horses consisLinE ol teams o! marcs and geldings., .young slopk. Nine licarl ot catllc consislins o[ milch heifers and Ltcnrs. A rullMinc of [arm- inp machinery, also a few of hcrncss and ilriving harness. Household furniture. A few hundred bushels of oals. Auoul 30 fall pigs. Terms of and cattle hnlf cash, balance bearing iier cent, interest, due October 1st. 1J17. n per cent, discount for all cash" on credit amounts. Machinery and household goods, sucns of 520.00 and under cash, over credit will lie given to Ocltlicr 1st, 1317. S per'cent, discount for cash on machinery and household Goods. JAS. BLACKVVOOO, 60 .POPHAM, Auctioneer IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE -r. OF (lalc Glares ami Fillies THE PROPERTY OF. F. J. HASSARD, SASKATOON. Wednesday March 14 ill Saskatoon COhl.ME'NCING AT 1 P.M'. TliCss. arc. a very choice lo! o[ mares arid [HHc3: wltli lots of substauf.c nud'besL of feet and ICBJ; 'AgES 'from 2 io G ycarj. A nuniher p'f prize in tills bunch. Came and select your- BeH a guod' breeding maro. cash.and balanco to on approved' joint lien notts- i F. J. HASSAHD, Prop. A. S. WALKER, And.. AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture Rugs Fancy China Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion IllocK On SATURDAY, MARCH 10th AT TWO P.M. J sey'solid oak scl funieil oak diners; I fnmcd oak linffot; I fumed oali extension table round, pctlestal; 1 chiffonier; 1 KldrMgc sewing machine, 6 drawers drop head; 1 oak Centre table; 1 2-ptacc parlor auiip. mahogany; I rnrrigcralnr; 1 easy rriair; 1 chiUra sol, consisting of table anil two chnlrs; floor and ptair oilcloth; a farge assorinitnl of fancy rhlnn; nbniit SO nigs and maia m upcalry, oonGoloiim. fancy tnp. sea graR3. nlppon, etc.; 1 G-hole rango, hish'closet and reservoir; 1 camera, Inch, tripod and carrying cnae. TERMS CASH W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer OFFICE WILSON'S AUCTION PHONE Sale' Register Farmers or -ranchers, if you contemplate having sn auction sale of farm slock it' wilt pay. you to sec Ed. Popham, the Bnr- ons auclionccr for dales. A sat- patron is my best adver- tTscmrnt. Have had 30 years'' experience in hand- ling all kinds of live stock and know the vafue of same..This 5g the secret of my success ns an auctioneer. FOLLOWING SALE DATES AfiE RESERVED. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14lh- Burt Lebar, farm sale, Albion. Ridge-' FRIDAY, MARCH V Bowcrsoc'K, old Barr Hill Post Office. MARCH C. S. Noble, annual sale at Farm, 9- Noblcford. Ed. Popham, The Barons Auctioneer AUCTION SALK" Jlcml.o" Heavy Work Hoi'xcs ;niil -Mules _ AT BARONS On Sat'duy, Msvi'di 10 Sharp p.m. Commencing at 1 About half the abo All genUe and broken. BONNELL A. LUCKEY Owners FOR SALE Tivo sections ot land, 2Vi miles from Monnrcli. First clnss bullillncs: Kooa wilcr, 1, wells, (ounr liuiitlrcil and .acres ainnriicr rnllow, halimcc crODllcil las( Tcnt-eil cross fenced, hag producci! ovpr ID.noQ bnslicls ot wlie.il las! Iwo yonrs. Ou'tier Uvcs In Gall- rorula. Will soil EccLlous at lilK Eacrlltco. Will .also pel! Mil Incluilliii! liorsca al n low price ami easy [cnna. Write or wire for iirlcc and lernis lo owuer. HOYT H. MITCHELL 307 Title Insurance Bldg., Log Angeles, California. 0301 P otatoes Wanted CAR LOTS OR LESS Must be good sized, sound white stock. Phone 732 or call at Saiimlers Il'ay aiirt Graiii Go. 2ruii' Avenue S. ATJC'l'IOX SALE OF offer at Public Auction At New Dayton On Thurs., Mar.. 15 Commencing at 2 a'clook tharp the following. 30 head of farm horses, rang- ing from 3 to 8 years old. Theso horses arc Alberts rniscd and climatlzed. Wintered on owner's form. ALSO SOME NEW AND SEC OND HAND HARNESS TERMS CASH H. O. HOLLAG Owner J.A, SMITH Auctioneer Owner -will have' 15 very cbolcc Shorlhorn bulls Tor salc'nt the I.ctbbrltlsc I3arn about March 15lh. 9 WORK HORSES and MULES FOR Three cars of Ihc best work Tiorscs and thajl have offered for sa'e Irt Lcth- bridge this season. Also 8 good ntiffec. Do not forget Ihc Cull Safo on the 14th at this barn. Konncll Lucky ;