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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD FIUDAY. MARCH 10, i�)l6 AUCTION SALE HAVING SOLD MY FARM AT BARONS. I WILL SELL BY PUB-, Lie AUCTION, ALL CHATTELS AND MOVABLES CONNECTED W/ITH SAME, ON Saturday, March 11 AT v. LUND'S FARM. MILE WEST OF HARONS / AT TEN O'CLOCK A.Mj THK TOI.LOWINU IS OFKKRKO KOK SAH.E: ^r, lu'ad horses. lUHtes iind I'oUs. t,") inaturr biooil sows; J.'i young: sows; 4S vouuk sho.iis; t registered Berkshire lioar. 2 years; l.")*) tons green feed: Irt sets work harness; sets driviuK liariiess; 2 buggies; li waKons. 1' Deeriu.e binders; seert drills; 2 disc harrows; 2 drap harrows, four seotions; 1 sub pavker; 1 horse rake; 1 eultivalOr; 1 garden seeder; 2 barrow carts; 1 root piilper 2 gang plows, smbblo and breaker bottoms: 1 liartParr" Tractor; ] .set S-botloni plows; 1 :^i.l. h.p. gasoline engine; 1 tanning mill: 1 seed trcator: 1 wheelbarrow; l tank heater; 1 He Laval separator Xo. 10: 2 bundle rai-ks; I grain tank: ;; grain boxes; 1 30 h.p. K.M.K. Studebaker auto, and a lot ot other articles too luiinerous to tuenlion TER.MS OK S.ALE--Amounts JlO.flO and under, cash; over $10.')0 2."i% cash, balance apjiroved lien note. Five per cent discount will be allowed on credit amounts if paid in cash. Hogs cash. Green feed cash. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON PETER LUND. OWNER ED. POPHAM. AUCT. J. BLACKWOOD. CLERK. THOUSANDSIIF BABIES BIE BEFORE OKE YEAR _' It' is estimated that thousands ot balMcsdie iti this country before tiic age of one year, and it is .stated that onc-h;ilf of these deaths are ticcdle.ss if all mothers were .stiong and infants were liicastfcd. I'-xpectant inotheis siioiild tltoiigiit-fully stiive to increase Ibeir .strength wilhthostrength-buildinr; fats ill Scott's ! iMnul^ion wltich improves tlic l)lood, i .siippiessesnervous!ic.s.'-,;iidsiliequality 1 of milk, and feeds the \('iy life tells. I I'iiysicians prescribe ScoU's ImuuI-; sion; itisdoublyimpoitantdtiringnurs-� ing. No dnigs. Every years old, ll'rtd lbs.. 1 bay gcidiug. i; years old. l:'.-''ii lbs., 1 bay gelding. 2 years old. 1 black gelding, i year old. CATTLE-1 FYesh milk cow. 1 cow in calf. 1 cow. 1 tat calf. si.\ months old, :; helfer.s. rising two years old. 1 steer, one year old. I'h chickens. 1,5 roosters, about :tOHit feet ot a.ssorted lumber. IMPLEMENTS-2 Eight-toot Peering binders. 1 If, double disc Van Brunt press drill. I 2ii single disc Van Brunt drill. 1 12-iuch Knierson gang plow, stubble and breaker bottoms. 1 lohn Deere l(i-incii sulky plow, stubble and breaker bottoms. 1 ;'.-section Campbell packer.' 1 .lohn Deere disc Itl-inch lij. 1 '.t-socliou harrow. 1 12-foot Cyclone weed destroyer, I Foster automatic fanning mill. 1 .grain pickler, 1 hay rake. 1 6-foot mower. 1 democrat buggy. 1 sets  douhlu team harness, 1 set single buggy harness, also spades, shovels. ;! new steel gniuaries never used. 1 unlouding .g;:!>:'. elevator. NEW HOUSE FURNITURE-2 Iron bedsteads, springs and mattresses. 1 single bedstead. :! x -"i. 1 coo!; stove. I fancy parlor stove, 1 heating stove. 1 large extension table. 1 kitchen table, 10 chairs. 1 glass cupboard. 1 comode. 1 chitionuier. 2 large carpet.s 1 dinner set. 1 toilet .set. 1 sewing machine, and a number ot other articles. TERMS:-All sums of and under, cash. Over that amount .S months' credit on furnishiug approve:! joint notes at S per cent., except that S2."i cash will be asked on each of the work horses. On the remainder of credit amounts. ^: months will be given on furnishing approved joint notes, at S per cent., or S per cent, off tor cash. Everything will be .sold as tlte owner has sold his farm. T. DEKKER, Prop._^J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. WHATTHE Press agent S ay S There is one sure way that has never tailed to remove dandrulT at once, and thai is to .dissolve it. then you destro.v it entirely. To do this. Just get about tour ounces ot plain, common liquid arvon from any drug store (this is all you will necdi. apply it at night when retiring: use enough to ' moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the linger tii>s. By morning, niost. if not all. ot your daudrutf will be gone, and three or tour more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every ! single sign and trace of it. no matter i how much dandruff you may have. Von will find .all it �hing and digging of the scalp will stop instantly and your hair will be tluffy. lustrou.s. glossy silky, and soft, and look and feel a i hundred times better. LESS MEAT IF BACK AND KIDNEYS HURT Take Glass of Salts to Flush Kidneys if Bladder Bothers You At SlarlaiHl LADIES! ATTENTION Blanche King is wearing some stunning frocks in the new Oliver Mor-osco motion picture. "The Yankee Girl." While Pasadena folk present during the Hotel Huntington scenes seemed much enthused when she appeared in her smart riding togs, and devotees ot the surf at Santa Monica | excites the kidiieyc^. they become over-thought her a dre.am in her bathing j worked;^ get sluggish; clog up and ?uit. yet it is liie three evening gowns " " l-;aiing meat regularly eventually produces kidney trouble in some form or other, says a well-known authority, because the uric acid in meat she uses in the play that deserve the real pi-aise. One worn on the yacht i is all cream satin and heavy deep 1 fringes of crystal; another is of cream Chantilly lace combine-hes. acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and urinary irritation. The moment your hack hurts or kidneys aren't acting right, or If bladder j bothers you. gel about four ounces of ; ning creations ."Miss Ring wears her j-lad Salts from any good pharmacy; ' famous pearls and her equally cele- | take a tablespoonful in a glass of ; braied Canary diamond pendant. She water before breakfast for ti few day.s  makes "The Yankee tJirl" nuite a fash- ! and your kidneys will then act lino, ion carnival. .\t Starlanil Monday and j This famous salts Is made from the Tuesday. l acid ot grapes aiid lemon juice, com- -. '. billed with lithia and has been used . . ,^ j for generations to flush clogged kid- Al tllC IjHIiU'eS,"^ I neys and stimulate thfeni to normal ac- 0;:r of the greatest featui'es seen tivity; also to neuti^Hze the at ids in the urine so it no longer irritates, tiius ending bladder disorders. .lad .Salts cannot jnjure an.vone makes a delightful effervescent lithia-waier drink which millions ot men and women t.ike now aild then to keep the TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION March 15th. 11)15, The Bni'dett Social Hall And Lot. 4, Block 12. 24SA, BURDETT, ALBERTA To the highest bidder =^ i PL r STOM.vCH T\ FINE C'OXDITIOX SAYS INDIGESTION RESULTS FROM AN EXCESS OF HYDROCHLORIC ACID for some time is "Alias .liramy Valentine," being presented at the Empress tonight. Robert Warwick is one of the great motion picture actors, and he is very ably supported by .such well known stars as Ruth Sheplv. at pres-ient with the "B Pays to Advertise kidiie.vs and urinary organs clean, thus I Co." in .N'ew York. Johniiv Hines. the .avoiding serious kidney disease. .1. D. iwell known comedian and Alec. B. j Higinbotham & Co.. Limited. Leth-i Francis, who played such a prominent ] bridge. Alta.-Advertisement, part in ".\tter Dark." The plot of this photodrama is plausible: it is so plausible that when the thrills come, the intensity of this effect upon you is not diminished by the fact of your having felt that they must come. You are placed in sus-pen.se from the very moment that the play .start.s. You are conscious that t'\ some awful thing must happen before ]> the film ends. You sit and wait and watch in silence in one of those silences that can bo "felt." the story is so strong and liolding. 1 TERMS CASH Kor further information apply to M, E. RYGG Secretary Burdett Social Club, Burdett, Alberta. THE ROYAL COMMISSIONS Undigested food delayed in the stomach decays, or mlher, ferments ^ the same as food left in the open air, says a noted authority. He also tell:4 ; UR that IndigeBlion is caused by lly-^ per-acidity. meaning there is an ex-! cess of hydrochloric acid in the sioui-' ach which prevenl.s complete diges-I lion and starts food fermentation. i Thus everything eaten sours in the 1 stomach much like garbage sours in i a can, forming acrid fluids and gases i v,hich inflate the stomach like a toy I balloon. Then we feel a heavy, lumpy ' iiiiBory in the chest, we belch up gas j we eructate sour food or have heart-; bum, flatulence, waier-lirash or iiau- At (he Alajestic In this day and age when the di.s-contented and extravagant wife is not only a great economical problem, but ! a menace as well, it remained for ICugene Walters, the greatest playwright on the -American continent, to offer a drama that not only shows this spirit ot some wives, but gives the outcome ot the same in ;i truly dra-.matic manner. The conseciiiRUces ol .'>.\travagan( e are ordinarily fai" :-ea'^ of the most gripping pharmacy four ounces of ,lad Sails Bra.ss Button Sticks, each . 1.5c Patent (i Button Sticks ...____25c (jilos.so Polish per can . . . 25c i, STAINS AND VARNISHES We have certain colors Stephens Paints in 1 Gal. cans and 1,4 (ial. cans we wish to nM)ve. [)er i;al.......................... .$2..50 Extra Colors pei* .j>al......................................$2.75 TINSMITinXCi AND PLUMBING BY I IKST ( LASS WORKMEN. GET OUB I�RICi:s S\\ EEPlNCi COIMPOIND, 5 BBLS. ONLY AT .$5.()� PEl^ 200 LBS. HAYR HARDWARE CO. 1 Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Store Phone 575. Office Phone 1084 BAILIFFS SALE IN THE MATTER O^F SEIZURE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE OiMVER JOHNSON, MORTGAGOR AND LILLIAN ETHEL GRANT, MORTGAGEE, I WILL SELL BY PUBUC AUmON AT TWO O'CLOCK (N THE AFTERNOON SATURDAY, MARCH Ulh, 1916 al BONNELL'S LIVERY BARN FOURTH AVENUE S., LETHBRHJGE THE FOLLOWING 2 TEAMS HAY GELDINGS, �weight about JOOO a .team. 2 SETS HEAVY HARNESS in good condition. TERMS: CASH Dated at Lethbrldoe, A|berta, this first day of March, 1916. T. J. SIMONS, SHERIFF'S BAILIFF ALBERIA iPLEriN , DEALERS.ORGANIZE The Alberta Retail Implement Ucal-ers" asKoclHtloii was formed In Calgary yesterday, -when L. L. Colby, of .MooBcJaw. with 52 retail Uniilcnionl dealers, met. Mr. (Jolby Is president of the Suskatchowan Uciall ] Iniplc-inent 'Dealers' association. The JdllowluK 0, ,i'''-'i's wtii'u olufiUiJ lor Ihn cnsuliiR year; Prosidmit, Thos, Quliin, Lnthbrldge; vice-pres., C. A, .\iidorson, Kdmonton; sec.-lreas,, Allan .lack, Lethbrldge; directors, L, L. Biirnap, Barons; .fames Rae. .Medicine llaL; C. ','lurk. Fort Sasltatchowan; .L .1, Stanton, Vogrevllle; J, M, Robinson, Taber; .J. M. Curtis, Youngstown, and B. Kelly, Spring Coulee, The next raoetlne will be held in Calgary durine tlie I'liti" aufi lUe au-niiul meeting In January, U)17, Mrs,; Lawrence Kenny. Of Kingston luis leiirned she has fallen hoir to un ostale of about two and a half mil Hon dollars. HUGE NEW ELEVATORS Toronto, .March !i,-It is reported that now grain oiovalors will be built during tho coming Boasou In Port Ar-tiiur-out) of tiiom for tho Saskatchewan Co-operative grain association, will have a capacity ot :i,L'Ob,000 busli-elB In the first unit and will be so constructed that other uiilta may be added later on. Tha worltiug house will have a oapaclly of 500,000 bush--els. Home two luiiidrod' burs singled out by the license hoard Io close will re-niHiii open as a result of deuislou lo Ihiive a'reforcnduni In Ontiirio, ;