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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 191H THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGfi FIVB AUCTION SALE Of HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, CHICKENS AND MACHINERY Greatest Stock-Reducing Farm Sale HAVING MORE STOCK ON HAND THAN I CAN PROPERLY CARE FOR DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS AND EXPECTING TO CHANGE MV METHOD OF FARMING TO THE USE OF LARGER MACHINERY. I HAVE IN8TRUTED ED. POPHAM TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE, ON GRAND VIEW FARM, 1 MILE EAST OF VILLAGE OF NOBLEFORD, On Friday, March 17th, at 10 a.m. sharp 40 HEAD OF HORSES-2 hiiy niavBS In roivl, ahoul UC.Od Uifl., 1 1)i'own miiro in foal, nliodt lino Ibn., 1 K^ny luarij In foal, aboiil 1250 11)8., U buy iiini-ph, about. 2701) UiR., 2 bay muro�, wbout 'liWi U)�., I buy iniiie uboiit J2r,0 lbs., 1 bliick team eoldliigs, about L'SOl) lb�.. 1 blnclc tuam geldings, iibout 29011 lbs., 1 black team geWtnRH. about :mO lbs., 1 imy tmim goldlriffti, about 2800 Iba., 1 aorrel toain gekl-Ings about 27.'>0 lb."?., I bluck golrtlng about VAWi lbs., ^ black gelil-Ing lOBO lbs., I aorrel gtMdlng about i;(5n lbs., 4 bay gelding about LI.'iO poumls, 1 bay geUlIng about IQRO pounds, bay gelding about l.lflO pounds, 1 black maro In foal about 1500 pounds. 1 Rrpy mare In foal about iru'iO lbs., 1 bay nmro In foal about 1550 Iba., S Icanif of 2 ami M yuar old mules. H toamn of 2 and 3 year old Iioi-krh. I will also offer my stud Briglit Bay nnd ji good Indlvldunl, a high gradn liorse and a suro foal gettor,- al8o a good yotiiiK /ireedlng Jack. Spuco binders dHscrlhing tbu above iiorBGH more fully, but If you want u liorsR yo\i cannot afford to iiil8.s tliis sale. 44 HEAD OF CATTLE-10 pure brod reglnturoii �borlliorn bulls tbat Hon. Ouncau Mavshall, Mlnistor of Agriculture, will . offer for sale wliboui reserve. All old ouougb for Bervice and arp, the rlglil kind uiul were personally uelcclod by lion, Dunc;Vn .Marsliall In Ontario and slilpped by lilm to Albertn for dfstrlbut'.bn. JO Head of cows, many good milkers amone Uiein that wlU be Sresh (hia aprftip. Head of young cattle, 1 registered Holstein bjjli. MACHINERY-i; Hinders, 10 grain drills, Cocksbutt,/'McCor-miclc, Vaubrunt, 4 sets of driiK harrown, 2 duck foot c'/li.p. gasoline engine, 2>.i h.p. gasoline eilglno. , HOGS-10 Brood sows , 12 shoats. 150 chiokent!.' ......- - ' - - H.,/ ........... HON. DUNCAN MAliS^ALL WILL DELIVER AN ADDRESS AT THE/NOON HOUR. , About 20,000 bushels of seed grain cdiffelsting of Oats, Flax and Barley that has been cleaned, re-cleane^and tested for germination, samples of each will be shown at ss^\e'and sold privately in quantities to suit purchasers] Arrangemej^it can be made to ship seed to any place desired. Start right witl-| good reliable seed. Come early as there are many other articles t^iat space forbids advertising, that will be sold at sale. If weathyer is unfavorable, sale will be conducted in a large heated bulldlMg. Free lunch at noon. Arrangements will be made to r/eet the southbound train at 12.30. Purchasers can attend the aftAmoon sale and return at 5.30. Terms of sale will be varied/on different lines and will be made known at date of sale. / ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer. jfc. s. NOBLE. Nobieford, Alberta -------------__________________________ LAND TITLES ACT M. 107. THE Filing No. MOIlTGA(,}i: SAf.E OF FARM PKOPEKTY Under and by virtue of tlio power of sale coutorrnd by The Land Titles Act upon the .Mortgagee in a certain Memorandum of Mortgage, which will be prortucnd at the time of the sale and jjursuanl to the directions of tlin Registrar of the South Alberta Land UogiHtration District, there will bo offered for sale at the Court House of Lclhbrldgo, in the Province of Alberta, at twelve o'clock noon, on Saturday, the Sth day of April A.V. 1916, by Malcolm Young, of Letlihrldge, Alberta, Auctioneer, the following lands and premlfos, namely:- The South-Kast Quarter of Seetlon Thirty-Two fi'J), i)i Tpwn.sliii) Ten iIO) of Range 'rwi>p.ty (20), West of the 4lh Merl-dia7i, excepting reservations ia may appear in existing Certificate of Title. TERMS The terms ot sale to be twenty per cent. (20%) cash at the time ot the sale, and the balance according lo live terms anil condltlona to be made known at the time of the sale, or upon !i))plU^atli)ii to the undor-sign-ed Solicitor.^. T\ie al)ov property will bo offered Cor sale Kiibjecl to a sealed Reserved Hid and free from all (nicumbranceH, .save llie exceptlon.s, reservations and ctinditlons in the original grant from the Oown and any Seed Grain Lien In favour ot the Ci-own that may be outstanding and for the current year. The Vendor is informed that the HaW property is in the iron Springs District, being within a few miniites walk of Picture Butte Post Office. The School (which is also used as a Church) is situated on the adjoining quarter section (ton minutes walk), and the villages of Comnnerce, Coal-dale and Nobieford, being respectively 12, 12 and Ifi miles distant, are tlie nearest railway shipping points. The lands comprise l(iO acres, every acre of which can be cultivated; is all fenced and in a good stale of rei)air. The soli i.s of a rich dark sandy clay loam. There is no well on the property, but 100 yar;m distant is the best water in the district. There are no buildings on this lo ihrough the usual channels of commerce for grain. Seed Branch.' Ottawa Oi INlMCSEliVED AUCTION SALE OF IIOKHES, C/AT'J LE & IMPLEMENTS ON TUEv^DAY MAKCH 2mV COMMENc/iNG AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP, ON N. W. >,i, 28-ao-/'c!, 2% miles southwest ot Nobieford, and 4 miles northeast of Al/onarch. Having sold liis /arm, .1. A. Smith, Auctioneer, has receivel Instructions from T. /Dekker to sell at public auctlpn and without reserve, the followl/ng: HORSES-1 B/ay gelding, 7 years old, 1250 lhs, 1 hay marc, 7 years old, 1250 Ibf/. i grey mare, � years old, 1300 lbs., 1 grey mare, � years old, ISOf/T lbs., 1 bay mare, 8 years old, la foal, 1350 lbs., J bay mare, 10 'Vears old, 1,^00 lbs,, 1 bay mare, 10> years old, 1400 ibs., 1 bay mari� g years old,-1200 lbs., 1 bay gelding, 5 years old. 1200 lbs., 1 ba-� goidlng, 0 years old, 1350 lbs., 1 bay goldlng, 2, years old, 1 biiack gelding, 1 year old. CATTLE-^1 FrcBh rollk cow, 1 cow In calf, 1 cow, 1 tat calf, six months old, i'j heifers, rising two years old, 1 steer, one year old, 6,'i chickens, is roosters, about ,1000 feet ot assorted lumber. IMPLEM^ENTS-2 Flight-foot Ueerlng binders, 1 16 dodble disc �\'au Bnint riroas drill, 1 20 single disc Van Brunt drill, 1 12-inch Hinerson ge|ng plow, stubble and breaker bottoms, 1 .lohn Deeve 3(i4nch sullty plow, stubble and breaker bottoms, 1 3-aectlon Camp-hell packo'j^,, 1 John Deere disc IG-lnch 16, 1 3-8ection harrow, 1 l2-toot Cy :;(^rms and its soothing oils quickly Ihidl the intiani-ed tissues. Come to us and wt^ wi 1 tell you more obout this remarl;;il)le remedy. Your money back unless ih.e first b(.t tU.' relieves yon. D. D. P. Soap keeps your akin healthy. Ask uboi-.l It.  J.J^�l^a Standard Skin Remedy Used li\ Millions of Tea Pots Daily Every Leaf is Pure Every infusion is alike delicious or MuS''"} Sealed Packets only. etss .r. D. Hieinbothaiii & Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbrklgc, Alberta.- .Advertisement. ST ARRIVED! Oii^c carload oi lli*p^MeviH\ limm ami Jieil SdOTCH SHORTHORN BULLS OF THE VERY BEST BREEDING , THESE BULLS WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE Jn FRIDAY, MARCH the 17th WE WILL ALSO OFFER FOR SALE ABOUT 35 Ulead of lioj-ses, marcs aiiAgcldlngB, two or ti\u'ee good stallions and about 25 cows due _to call' in a short time. LOOK \VoR NEXT WEEK'S HERAILd FOR FURTHER PAR-�ft � TICULARS. tE'fcrHBRIDGE SALES BARN, 3RD STREET SOUTH H, 0. RO^LloQ, Prop. I. -.^_Jr\_._..___ J. A. SMITH. Auotlcnoer 11 THE LAND TITLES ACT Filing No. M. 404. MOKTGA(iE SALE OF FAKM PROPEKTY Under and by virtue of the power of sale conferred by The Land Titles Act upon the Mortgagee in a certain memorandum ot mortgage, which will be produced at the time ot the sale, and pursuant to the directions of the Keglstrar of the South Alberts Land Registration District, there will bo offered for sale at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, at li2.15 o'clock in the afternoon, on Saturday the Sth day of April, A.D. I!il6, by Malcolm Young, of Lethbridge, Alberta, Auctioneer, the following lands and premises, namely:-The North-West Quarter of Section Seven {"), In Townshl." Eleven (11), of Range Nineteen fl9). West ot the 4th Meridian, in the- Province of Alberta, excepting reservations as to mines and minerals that may appear In existing Certificate ot Tltie. TERMS The'tenns of sale to be twenty per cent. (207c) cash at the time of the sale, and tho balance according to tlio terms and conditions to he made known at the time ot the aal�, or upon application to the undersigned Solicitors. Tlie above property will bo offered for sale subject to a sealed Heserved Bid and tree from all encumbrances, save the exceptions, reservations and conditions in the orlg'inal grant from the Crown and any Seed Grain Lieu, In favour of the Crown tliat may be outstanding and taxes for tha current year. The Vendor  is Informed that the said lands and premises are situate about three miles from Turin Post Of-fico and school, and the nearest railway siiipping points arc Coaldale and Commerce, being respectively 15 and IS iiiliea distant. Tlie land, which is level, conslBls of Kift acres, all ot which can bo cultivated. 125 aoras have been cultivated and ail weeds on this land were destroyed In the Pall of 1015, The soil is of a darjj sandy loam and there is situate on the said lands a wall "f cxceiient water. The property is fenced with two wire stratids and good cedai- posts. Tho buildings consist of a house and barn. Tho dwelling is ISft. x 28ft. togetlier with an addition I'ifl. x 14ft. frame and painted and is in good condition. The baru, which is I'ramo, is Mil. x atift. with loft, but the flooring of the loft iuis been talien away; the roof Ib shingled in^d tho building Is in tt fair state of repair. For Surthor particulars and conditions of sale, apply to tho undevsign-ed Solicitors. DATKD at the Clly ot Calgary, in tho Provlnco of Alberta, this i'ud day of March A,D, 191�. Clarke, Carson, Alacleod & Co. Calgary, Alberta, I'eiidor's Solicitors, Approved; W. Forbes, HoglHtrar, S.A,i)...R.D Ad. No. Q The Frankfurter JJoltung doojaros ibiU Ibo Qiilnale nlllos must liavo lost dining the war 3,'t submarines-Great llrilrtln 111, Franco S, lUily 4 ami llus-Klu 'J, (July tiireo of those botttis are .^UoKcd by Uio ncwRpapcr to have biHUi destroyed by tlerman wnr�))liiH, How To Save Your Eyes TRY THIS FREE PRESCRIPTION Do your eyes give you trouble? Do you already wear eyeglasses or spectacles? Tliousand.s of people wear these "windows" who might ea.slly dispense with them. You may lie one ot these, and it is your duty lo save your eye before, it Is foq,^ late. The eyps are neglected more than any other organ of the entire body. After >ua finish your day's w,)rk yo\i sit dowji and rot jour ri'.".sclofl, init liow about ypur eyes? Do you rest tliom? You know you do not. You re^d or do something else that keeps your eyes busy; you work your eyos until you go to bed. That is why so many have strained eyes and llually other eye troubles that threaten partial or total blindness. Eyeglasses are merely crutches; they never cure. This free prescription, which has benetltted the eyes of so many, may work equal wonders for you. Use It a short time. Would you like your eye troubles to disappear as if by magic? Try this prescription. Go to tho nearest wideawake drug storo and got a bottle ot Bon-Oplo tablets; All a two-ounce bottle with wann water, drop in one tablet and allow it to thoroughly dissolve. With this litjuirt bathe tlie eyos two to four times dally, .lusit' note how tiulckly your eyes clear up and how .soon the inflammation will disappear. Don't be afraid to it; it i.s absolutely harmless. Many who are now blind might have saved their eyes had they started to care for tlieni in time. This is a simple treatment, but inar-velously effective in multftudos of cases. Now that you have been warned don't delay a day, but. do What you can to save your eyes and you are Kkely to thank us ,aa long as you live for publishing this prescription. The Valmas Dnig Co., ot Toronto, will nil tho above prescrip-tlon by mall, if your druggist cannot. -Artvevtlaemont. t -^:=r--------- . . . USE"CI18GIIREI8"F0R LIVER Ai BOILS WREN GOIiSIIPATE WHEN BILIOUS, HEADACHY, SICK FOR SOUR STOMACH, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS VALUES OF FARM LAND AND FARM HELP Ottawa, Feb. 2f'.-A buileliii Issued today by the Census and Statistics ollice summarizes tho results ot reports made by crop reporting correspondents respecting llie values of help and ot farm live stock in the year 1915. Values of Farm Land Far the whole of Canada the aver ago value of farm land held for agricultural purposes, wliether improved or unimproved, and including the val ue of dwelling houses, farms, stables and other farm buildings. Is i returned as S38.90 per acre. Liisl year the average value was returned at 538.41. By provinces the average per aero range from $22.48 in New Brunswick to about $125 in British Columbia, the values for tho other provinces being as follows: Prince Edward Island fS7.64; Nova Scotia $28; Quebec $51.30; Ontario $52.4!); Manitoba S30.aC; Saskatchewan J24.20 and Alberta $'i3.15. In British Columbia the higher average Is lue to orcharding and fruit growing. Wages of Farm Help Tho wages paid for farm labor in 1914 fell to a lower point than in any other year. The causes for this decrease were the small crops ot 1914 for tha gathering of which fewer ,i hiiuds were retiulrod, tho release ot other laborers on the outbreak ot the war and the increasing cost of board. In 1915, owing to the abundant harvest and the effects ot recruiting for the army, there was some reaction, and the average wages paid were luoro than in 1914 tt not tmU� equal to those paid in 1910, the date of the previous inquir.v. For the Dominion the average wages per month during aummor, including board, were $37.10 for male and .?20.20 for female help, as compared with $35.55 and $18.S1 last year. For the year. Including board, the average wages wore $341 tor males and $200 for females, as compared with $323.30 and $189,56 in 1914. Tho average value ot board per month works out to $14.57 for males and $11.45 for females, tho corresponding figures of 1914 being $14.27 and $11.24. Average wages per month were lowest in Prince Edward Island, viz. $2fl.G7 tor males and $14.59 tor females; In Nova Scotia the averages were $32.95 and $15.86; In New Brunswick, $33.73 and $16.11; in Quebec, $33.08 and $16.44; in Ontario $31.09 and $17.12; :"n Manltol'u S4C.1K, and $27.29; In Saslcatchowan $42.22 and $23.81; in Alberta $44.02 and $24.25 and in British Columbia 49.37 and $31.21. Values of Farm Live Stoclt 477,000 us against $143,498,000; sheep $10,225,-000 as against $14,551,000 and swine $48,303,000 as against $42,418,000. ince, which Inst year marketed eggs to tho value of over $17,'i,000. In addition to ills oxpcrlence in co-operative work jMr. Benson is a practical poul-tryinan. Already considerable progress lias been made in -Mlicrta and a number of marketing asQciatlons formed. So far as possible, thn organization ot these is arranged at open meetings held under the auspices of such bodies a� the Women's Instllutes, Creamery Associations and Poultry AsROcfii-tions, the undergiandlng belnK that any Poultry Association organized for this work will have a distinctly separate identity, l-^irther, the associations are governed by directors elated from 11)0 farmers or bona tide poultry producers who may become members of the association. Each and all organizations are governed by a constitution, bylowa, rules and regulations similar to tliose in force In the co-operative associations already organized in th� eastern provinces. When the work of organization has proceeded far enough it is probable that the same system of centralization will be follo'wed as was the case In Prince Edward Island, where the local associations were federated by the organization ot a central association incorporated under the laws of the provincial govertiment. Some plan of financing the associations has been found from past experience to bo desirable and a collateral method which obliges the individual to recognize his or her direct Interest, part ownership, and responsibility In the workings of the association, has been found to lend great stability to tho movement. To such districts in Alberta where a number of farmers find that tJiey re-quire the assistance such co-operatlvo movements provide, special conaider-ation will bo given. Any who deslro to form an association for this purpose should write to Mr. B^aon, Alberta Representative, Poultry Division, Dominion Live Stock Branch, Edmonton, or direct to the Assistant Live Stock Commissioner, Department ot Agriculture, Ottawa, when all possible consideration will be given their requests. seattle wheat goes east Seattle March 9.-A special train ot 40 cars carrying 33,000 bushels of Washington wheat destined for London, left over the Great Northern railroad today for Halifax, where it will be loaded on a steamer. Clarence McCabe, ot Napauee, six feet six inches tall, has enlisted in the 148th battalion. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area ot the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low Prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to |30 for farm lands with ample rainfall-irrigated lands from 1.^5. Terms-One-twentieth down, balance within twenty years. In Irrigation districts loan tor farm buildings, etc., up lo $2,000. also repayable In twenty years-Interest only 6 per cent. Privilege ot paying In full at any time. Here is your opportunity to Increase your farm hoIdfn|?s by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par-tlcuiars apply to. Allan Cameron, Qen'l Supt. of Lands, Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta, WILSON A SKEITH, Local Agents, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge FARMS FOR RENT The uiid(3rsigne(l have the folhvoingproperties for rent, and solicit correspondence re-t^'arding- same'.- N. W. 1/4 7-U-20-4th. ilO acres broken. Fair building's. All fencedMoralug. You men and wome uwlio h.ivo licad-auhs, coated tongue, a bad cold, ftvo bilious, nervous, upset, botiiorod v,'itii a sick, gassy, dlsoidarcd atomacit, or have buckache and feel all worn out. Are you kooplug your bowels clean with Caacarcts-or merely forcing u passageway every tew days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cttscarots iinraedlatoly clcansn and rogulnto the stomach , ri'^nitivo tho aout'v undigested and fsrmeutins food and foul gasos; take tha excess bllo from the Uver and carry off ihn con-Btlptitad waste lUtttter and poison from tlio bowols, IlBmambcr ii Cascaret tonight will strnlKhtan you out by n>ornlus, A lo-cent box from .your Cirujjslst meivns liealtUy bowel avtloa; a clsar head and clieorfuincsB for tsionthsi. Don't formndhe childl;�tl,~-.^�nd-DeanSaouio upneBraime. ! toiider, rery iiroductiTe, freB. from ru��, und stands dry wcuUer irgll. U lb. ISc, 1 lb, Ifio,, 5 Ihi. 1(3.00, Postpaid. fnnn -OolAm B�nt��n-An early, .hardy, produotlTs variety, of Uneat V.