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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 The Lctkbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, March IS, 1910, 4- 4- UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Superior Household Furniture AT 307 BRUNTON ST., R1VERV1EW, ON MONDAY MARCH UTII AT P. M. SHARP BY W, L. WILSON, Auctioneer Having received in strucUons from Mr. Moth, trainmaster of the C. P. R., who has disposed of his handsome residence in Riverview and is being transferred to Moose Jaw, 1 will sell the entire contents of this beautiful home, consisting of mahogany, quarter cut and mission oak furniture as follows: One complete dining room set, of solid Early ngiisiL b'utiituie, composed of haily Krgliish ext. table. v ..M. i.i J.iio-.oii UilLCiS. dinner wagon. u. I. Slasa. K-0 pieces. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4 4- 4- 4 1 velvet carpet square. 21 yds. Oriental Brussels carpet. i. cupostry jiiLaies. 1 wool square. 4 Axmiuster r'jjjs. i. tolict OUK leather seat. 1 mahogany ucktr. i uphcUteuil lookers, leather seat. 1 0. i I ill louktr. i rocker. 1 Eldredge sewing machine, drop head. l solid oaK centre tables. 1 mahoganv centre table. i brass centre table, marble top. 1 ro'ul oak Jardinfer stand 1 walnut settee with chair to match. pa.ii auh portieres. brass mounted iron beds, springs, mattresses. 3 quarter cut oak dressers, with bevel mirrors. i LompkHe set of Dickens' works, 30 volumes. Stt of Lever's works, 35 volumes. i ocl blankets. pr. pillows, goose feathers. 1 toilet set. 1 screen. A number ot very handsome pictures. 1 4 hole, vauge with water front and high closer.. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 cries is estimated at pounds of butter with a selling value of 000, as against Ibs-manu- factured frdm fifty-one creamers in 1908 and showing a selling value ot The dairy commissioner also points out that the butter out- put of the creameries in the province has increased "70 per cent, during the past two years. Allowing 'for tho J butter trade in the private dairies in the private dairies throughout the BIG PIANO FIRM WILL LOCATE HERE RAPID GROWTH OF CATTLE EXPORT Report ot Provincial De- partment Of Agricul- ture The annual report of the Provincial Department ot Agriculture was tabl- ed in the Legislature last Friday by Hon. Duncan Marshall. It is a vol- uminous document and contains a deal'of valuable information Act shows that the new plau and where out the agricultural .development, o[ during the year of appointing ajlal'8'e stocks are can-led, but also atj Alberta during the past year. Iti number of weed inspectors to Foi-t William, 'Regina, We have for some years past, said S G. Whiteacre, general manager of the Mason and Risch Piano Com- province, for the value of the theuse jlmny> of Accompanied by ma-de in'the chees.. factories and the local for Province value of the butter made in the crea- Albma- 0- D. Veniul, visiting merles, the value of the total dairy Leiftbrldge. to our par. products amounts to in tlcular attention to the Canadian this province. jfWest, you can realize when 1 The report in coniwcUon with the tel1 you that we have OU1> owu branch enforcement of the Noxious Weeds iollices and warerooms, not only in opening, remarks reference is made to j cover a larger territory and to spend -aigauy, Edmonton, Fernie, Nelson the growth of the department longer time in the field has worked Vlctorla- wnlcJl ai'e distri- the late minister, Hon. W. T. Finlay, lout to much greater advantage centres for surrounding J; tre in the North West to took charge. In. the four years' de- velopment the staff had grown from the old system of employing a large lccu Hy thjs we are able f AUCTION SALE I Tuesday Mar. 15 '10 t -AT 12 O'CLOCK Instructed by Walter Moss, Esq., of Shepard, 7 S. 10. of Calgary, via. Cushlng's Uridge, who has sold his farm, I will sell by public auc- tion. 70 HEAD OF HORSES Comprising CO head Clyde bred mares from 3 to 9 years "old, weighing from 1200 to J700 Ibs. Most of them broke and in foal to Imported Clydesdale stallion "ttoyal King" winner of champion- ship and gold medal, Calgan Spring -Show 1907. This Horse will also be sold. Bal- ance work horses and drivers This is one of the best bunches of mares ever offer- ed for bale by public auction f IK Alberta and will be sold without reserve. T Calgary is the cheapest cen- Jrnber of inspectors for a eliminate all intermediate commis- The weed question is shown !3ions- shipping in car load 1 three members to over fifty in num- period. The weed question her, with all the branches thoroughly] to be one of the most important pro- lots 07lly' and 'takins advantage of organized. Reference is made io the I blems the farmers of the province otuei' savings that this system Seveial kitchen chairs. 1 refrigerator: 1 tamp tot. 2 laigo minors. ciii pet ard a great many other articles ico tu mention. j appointment of the new minister and j the death of the late T. B. K. Hcn- jdorson, chief inspector of noxious weeds. i One of the most important state- meats in the report is that there were head of cattle shipped Slave to deal with, and unless every j makes possible, we are able to supply farmer cooperated wi'th the patrons with instruments of the mcnt intelligently ia the destruction of weeds the province is bound to highest grades, at prices that vary so slightly frojn those of inferior makes, become overrun with them and the that the discriminating 'buyer does not land depreciate in value accordingly, j The chief game warden's report j in. 1010 from Alberta, making a "con- shows that approximately 4- to hesitate to buy them, feel, said Mr. Whiteacre, that! chain of Western agencies is not -f horses, the range is fast be- ing enclosed and the ranchers In this district have to sell to make room for wheat Also 35 HEAD OF CATTLE Including pure bred Short- lorns, milch cows and steers Also poultry and all farm implements, etc. Horses can be seen anv time from now to date of sale at owner's ranch. Luncheon provided. cash. K'gs'will leave Calgary in siderable increase over' the former I collected in fees, licenses in one form complete until we have covered Leth-i t >k-'Ue year. another in. connection with the bridge on the same direct basis that! lcKson' Atlantic- Turninac to the general work of the 4 .Department, the report shows that game. The fact is .brought out that j exists in the territory from Port Ar-i tllc Province has a asset in its thur to Vancouver, and that the grow-! I would like to call your attention to the very superior quality of this furniture; this is as nice a lot as haa ever been offered by public auction in Lethbridge. A prompt attendance is requested as owing to the laige number of lots the sale will commence sharp on time as the owner is leaving the city. there has been a steady increase in preserves and were they proper- ing importance of -this city ensures f jihe general correspondence of the de-! -y Protcctcd there would be game for the success wnich has proven so em-j all time in the province for the sports inently satisfactory in other districts, "f" Barn. Please make applica- tion for seats day before sale. A. LAYZELL Auctioneer 106, 6th Avc. E. Phone 1326 Calgary POSITIVELY NO RESERVE W. L. WILSON. Auctioneer Phone 585 partmeni and in fact in the work of by Harper and The recorder of brands shows that i in 4- j purebred: animals enrolled as against [the grades. It is a sad commentary 4- on the horse industry Of the province nurabcr of brands issued in the .Morgan, which will enable them to t jto note that there "are two grade iprovincc- is _ So display to splendid advantage a large 4- .__ _ _ I I Oil O" f> C PTQniTI a Tt 1 m nrt 1 i it 1 i stallions standing for .service to every onS as the ownership of an animal i variety of instruments, so that pros- f ds uon the brand uon it this '.March Miller woman, who was shot Sunday night, was reported from St. Boniface hos- pital yesterday to be recovering rap- idly from the shock and her injuries INVESTIGATION OF MEMBERS OF BAR WILL TELEGRAPH POLES: Board of Trade and Grain Exchange! Enter Proteest With Railway Commission March Winni peg board of trade and the Winnipeg Toronto, ipure bred one. j Stock inspection returns show that SPEAK AT BANQUET j approximately head of horses i were-exported from the province, v 1 i in t-ne number annual jwtulc about head were shipped 4-1, i Brings up ine j depends upon the brand upon it this j pective purchasers of pianos will be will be the same as with increasing afforded a selection that heretofore settler must have a j has not been pososible at points clos- a steady increase j er than Calgary or Winnipeg. IFOR One pure bred registered Due announcement will be Clyde stallion, only four years banquet of the Ontario Bar Associa- ilrora one Part tlie Province to an-jsit of caacellin d d tfa ition here April S will be notable In 79'200 head of brand book of all unused brands lon Uie Way> 'h'PPetelS of thC i Th, usual statistics or. arrival of a carload shipment now' aie so slight that it is expected she Grain Exchange, acting together have be able to leave that Institution j formally filed with the board of rail- before the end of the week. "GUS" Smith, who when arrested way commissioners at Ottawa a pro- test against the official, approval that for the first time representatives )proviflCC( ami over west as ex_ from every legal bar within the Do-j port cattle. In all making a grand minion will be guesis and will take, total of over head. This prominent part in the addresses..! shows a considerable increase in the -T- i gave the name of. Agustns Campbell khe commissioners of any telegraph Frank Hodgans, K.U president, has j the .o vc f-- number of animals exported, and on connection with the work of the agri- :ie amount paid out- in prize money, the number of fairs held throughout the a cordial will be extended to all interested in are gnen in: musjeai instruments, as well as to Smith, was arraigned before Magis- trate Daly yesterday and remanded until next Monday, March -4. He is a young man with the typical negro curly hair, but a decidedly forbidding countenance, indicating a rather low Order of..mentality. According to the police, nothing is yet. known of his and it is believed that this is his first serious trouble. Qf now in existence which affect accept from does as lhe poultry and dairy meetings innr, f ,5 as those on soil cultivation and ;port of the large cattle acalers oi the frtrnc.fY.-. T.I j ..._ torestrv. The stock judging schools The board and the ex-jK. L. Borden, Mr. Justice Garrow of country to the effect that the industry change have requested that the com-, the appeal court, and of .Messrs R. mi'ssioners have a searching Investi-sC. Smith oi Montreal; 'Martin .of ne- gation made as to the fairness or Meighen of Portage la Prairie; sreat number of small farmers mak- fairness of the tolls charged by the [a representative from -New York state hng homes for themselves in all parts vu uuiii; tuu luuusiry Kp.ijj j is on the decline. It is true the ranches arc being broken up, but- thu' _ fi... nx-r> i- n- the L.A.K. line durmc the prospective purchasers, to hear and inspect the pianos. This step decided upon by the Ma- son arid Risch Piano Company is an- other indication that the progress of this city and country is being watch- ed with keen interest by large east- 'I I school held tor two weeks at Lacombe last March. A new departure of the works of the ic telegraph company, acd that this in-land many others. Instead of askingjo{ thc province is to i departure of the works of the is vestigation follow the lines upon guests to respond to speeches in thp isuPenntendent of fairs and institutes the investigation into express rates i they will'be made. jor. iven the places of hon- IMPORTANT UNRESERVED AUCTION SAL manufacturers, and while our have every confidence as to the future of ihe Lethbridge district, it is encouraging to find that the same faith is shared by such large i concerns as the Mason and Risch Pi- pany, of Toronto, and "we falth WUI an annUa! event t._ tjie pe0pje ja v of these farms One Percheron Grade stal- lion. Will sell either of these horses on easy terms, or ex- change for other horses or real estate. 4 4 4 Apply to Rex Virtue 1232 Redpath St Lethbridge M M M M M UroL animals availabl was the running Of excursions to the export, j expcrimentai farms at Lethbridge and EFFORTS TO GET BACK THE GRAFT. port and of a higher quality because j handled under more careful supervi-! sion. f In his section of the report the Live Stock Commissioner points out ncfit that is to be obtainc-dtrom them. Reports arc also included from the OF Farm Stock and Implements very valuable act that the was practically free from any epide- mics of disease in live stock, and thus the- health of animals -was c.u-el- Icnt and that tin- climatic conditions j were favorable for the saving r.f a very large percentage of the natuiVi Provincial Health officer, the sanita- j ry engineer and the director of the provincial By upsetting a lighted coal oil lamp over her dress Mrs. Bonj. Stock oi BIG STOCK SHIPMENTS FROM THE STATES. Harrisburg, March in equity for the recovery by the state or at least alleged to have _ ___ been illegally paid to contractors for Regina. March tne famishing of the new state capi- l-.ead of horses and one hundred head toi, were entered in the Dauphin of other stock, coming fromo the Un-j County Court to-day, by the Attorney- ited States into the Canadian West, j General. uere inspected at the North Portal I Thc Qf w p buildings during the past tweek. This Qn gt road) near gt WaS fdShtfuII-v burned j tlirtu-h the largest number ever passed i i Catherines yesterday, lying msidc WILL BE HELD ON Thursday, March 17, 1910 AT N. E. 1-4 OF SEC. 30, 7, RGE. 21, W- 4TH MEK OLD CIIAKLTE JAMES' 0 MILES Soutf.-Eastof fheCiiv 1 gray mare, about 11 years old. weighs about 1200 1 bay rnare. 12 years old, weighs 1300 1 bay mare (Clyde) 4 years old, broken to all har- ness. 1 black marc, II years, weighs about 1300 2 grey horses, weight about 1400 each. 11 years old 1 black horse. 4 year, Percheran, broken to all harness. 1 black colt. 3 year Percheron. 1 black colt, 3 year Percheron. 1 bay colt, 3 year, Percheron 1 .bay colt, 2 yt-ar, Percheron filly. 1 new milk cow "i cow to calve about April 1 heHer to calve about April 2 heifers 1 steer 1 Shorthorn buii registered 1 Berkshire boar, registered 4 sows in pig, to farrow soon. 100 chickens 1 6-ft. Deering Hinder. 1 T-fr. Deering Kinder, in good order. 1 Kentucky drill, 20 1 platform scale, 1200 pounds, nearly new harrow disc harrow 1 Emersor, 14 in. 1 Emerson sulky, 14 in. 1 plow, 12 in 2 wagon boxes and rack 2 seated democrat Sulkr cart Mowirg machine and rake. Garden drill and outfit Potato plow Feed mill 12 ssts work harness, 2-rifles. Emery stone and grindstone Horse clippers About 30 tons Alfalfa hay and rye, several tons of potatoes, large new range, Singer sewing machine and all Household Furniture, and articles too numerous to mention. will at H n. in. sliarp Lunch served from 12.30 to 1.30 p.m. .Don't miss this opportunity to secure some of this stock ns they are all well bred, fully broken TERMS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS: All purchases amounting to -S25 or less, cash. Hayr chickens and potatoes must be cash. Over the above amount time will be aus- pices of thc department, was to the importation of ninr, car loads of pure bred dairy slock, i which was distributed fairly well (throughout the province. j Thc usual crop statistics arc incJud- and although the threshers' re- turns are not yet complete it is j shown ihat the following will l.t- a j very close estimate of the grain crops for 1909: UNRESERVED Sal e ;