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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iiPiiM.n PAGE SIX TUESDAY. ll'OXTINUFU FI'UM dcvalois WluilHB tl101 Ln bulll lliis year. _____ The minister added IMl ho had no loujoctlcu to Hie bill slimline, but to 509 Palicnls At End ot had nol inougiu iiiwt- wcuid be ot Cures -12 (Special 10 the Herftl- Eklrronton, March of IIUO ihero tvero 509 natlcnls, ami ICO females In ihe hospital for the in.ane at Poloka, an increase as Ihe iniorniillou ihe mem ber for Calgary desired had been ollly iryin, lo wilh a' JBoi; that the mlilakes of tbe uast, and ivhile A crei-muuii. Crniio sisiSaHESSH ana.womeus ..r- cjl .o th. there of bj j reaves. ar.umeul ......-I "disease, to iuring lla year. "For the last three ttedlcal superintendent slates, average annual Increase in patients has been 74, and" he adds, "that cal- culating on this basis It should not te difficult lo provide suitable ac, tommodalion without oveix-rowdinr. tommoa for bolli seses, until aboul June 191S. Wltn tho eiceptio'n ot tho ..single rooms it has.nol been found neces- sary lo use Iho first floor of ihe new female- building and, since' frerlatT difficulties have been overcome two lirce rooms are noiv avauaole as dofniitorles on Ihe third Ibo Eouih building for tbe males. The yearly average net cost per carlla during 1916, was J152.S6, and toe. daily 42 cenls." Tho prospects for a good crop on Ihe asylum farm, the report men! ions.-' were aliove Ine average, but on -Vuzust llth. 'a seTcre frost caused widespread .damase. The -barley wheal, corn and beans were -badly frczeu and did. not mature and h were EO damaged that th vie'' ner acre" was' sbonl bait of lh ,rrc o'us year. The oats, however. aot much affected and liresh- ej "about 11 bushels to the acre. Tho Ean'n'e was food. The 'yield of oats bushels; turnips. 7100 bush-. els: and potatoes 1170- bushels. Durin- Ihe year the farm supplied the hospital with produce to -the nmount of JU.H5.31. -Farm produce amounting to was sold: .Tire value of the crops grown in .1516, wheat. haV and green feed, wan seeing Ibil all sot ihe same fM, lne Bnd same accommodation. Ihe com-, 85 re5Ulls ol the be Utmlie5 mlllee vote In Ihl.' Prov- ,ow jn, h. band ol hj inco. Rural credils and certain mod- Coraml.sion ana .proposl- on5inthe.GraU Act tu'o words implied. Ilio house f.diourned. Soldiers1 Members The act lo provide for rerrcserila- llon ln''the legislative assembly ol Al- on n berta soldiers and nurses in the pres- ent -which stands for second read- ing in the name of the premier, was istrlbuted In the house last evening As known, it provides (or elecllon o! Iflcallo.- _ Iraceab'.e to Ine same source. policy of Ihe association was not lo ctiange m ii_i_ .InQl AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21st COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP At N.AV. 19-5-18, miles S. oi New Dayton 1 learn'.ol greys, aboul 1300 lha., 3 years old; 1 learn pi Ereve oboul 1200 Ibs S years old; 1 learn ol mares, about 1350 Ibs., 9 and oil; eoin of hays, nboul 1GOO Ihs., 0 and 8 year, old; 1 earn a dark bay and a black, 1200 Ibs., 1 ami 11 years old; 1 bay S, 1200 lha S years old; 1 bay horse- 1300 ?oW8-V 7 disc, harrows j I heavy subsoil packer; 1 sol ol drag harrows i WMcqorSfiT complblawllli tank-on about 5 sets-ol Harness and a lot of'otber too numerous to mention; 6 horso power Galloway ie association was uui .u demand tils or -demand UjuesL that the rroganlly deman s or tbal, but to slfive- for an intelligent comprehension of- tno olhcran ment be view point, and a' view yrjiin, .-j 'business me-i, bankers and tarmera pathetic co-operation.- Mr. Dunham stated, he was a firm fiats, tv flea i. nay. Q.UU 11053 The'tota'l larm crejlts for 1916 were J23.557.2S and tbe eipev ditnre Including J3.512.oO (or salaries and- wases. Farm slock on nand al December 31 was valued It J32.234.00. Of Ihe 1SS pallenU admllted; during 191C 11 gave Austria as place oE llrti K Canada, 27 England, 36 Un lied Slales, It1 Ireland, 11 Russia, 12 Scotland and 5 Sweden. These were the principal nationalities. Thirty ene irere committed from Edmonton, K from Calgary, 10 Medicine Hal, S LellibridEe. and 5 Red Deer. olher place had more lhan 3. .uuwn, it viu. uu5Lne55 nuri, wo members al large and lhal Iho lo belter unJcrstand writ, shall bear the same dale as the ench ana Lo work in rooft sym- vril for a-general elecllon in Ihe pro-j _-.-..-. Any leu electors of the mlli- ary force ol Great Hritnln and ber alllf's from Ihe province of.Albeila in aigland, France or Belgium may nom- inate a candidate who. It Is provided by a schedule to the act; musl he serv- ing in England, France, or Belgium and must al the time of enlislmMl have; been a resident in Ihe province tor sis monlhs. Tbe Impression around the house is Inat the leiislatlve assembly will be' prorosued by the end of tbe month, or before stale of leeislallon gives ground ior this el- Quite a number of bills are already in committee of the whole, among them some of the princlp'al measures forecasted in the speech rom tie throne. Then supply should be voted this week. In addition there, s'a-feElIns'tial'lne members would'6 lie to be In Iheir several, constituen- cies by seeding time, so that a aer of considerations point Uj the ler minatlon of the business ot the ses slon by the time indlcaled. Bucklngbam, Que., has gone "dry." Hgbt hotels are atfecled. No The omer tiblo Of ages gives 22 from 20 to 2a, 10 from 'o to 30. 35 from 30 to 3a, %1 from 35 to 10, 19 from <0 lo 14 from K to 50. Two palienU admitled between tba ages of 6 and 10 and one between S5 and SO. In the table of alleged canses alco- hol Is given for 22. heredity 73 etilepsy 13, IHfceallh 13, heredity tuspecled 19, imbecility 10, Isolation 12, prolonged mental stress 29 syphilis 15.- THEY WERE RONDOS How often hear it said of a man or woman thaf'thcy were rundown in sickness. For that rpApnn it is impor- tant lhat when j-cra find you lire easily, when your nerves aie troublesome or your work is irksome, you should strengthen your system immediately with Hie blood-enriching, lissue-build- ing food in Scott's tmulsion which conlain? the purest cod liver oil and FOR ME One car load of Reg- istered Clydesdale Stallions iinfl Mares. ONE LOAD OF GOOD GRADE MARES AMO GELDINGS. W. J. DODDS SALE BARN, LETHBR1DGE VI. H. GALBRAITH. Owner ffiZ This has, beer, ft .Vil, gat the Association At Saturday n'gbfs mcctlns .ol.tne Magrath -Creaaiery'-Assoclat on, man- agcr Joseph Ilarkcr resigned and tlio company wlllalVortlse for a new man to fill Iho vacancy. The stockholders arc meeting today, to consider ways and means of pcreis- in- the volume of business baa been lalllng, late. -The com- pauv Is al- present receiving milk from onlv three outs'dc points. m-j Stirling Raymond and Hraishafl Siding. WORK HORSES and MULES 'Three cars of the best work horses and m'area that been offered for sa'e In bridge this season. Also 8 good mulea. Do not forflrl Ihe Bull Sale or .the .14lh laf.tnls .barn.- Bonncll Lucky I sold he ovner ririnM, l require the equipment to work hll y-r own i firm J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer JOHN Owner 13 free t Tncto. C Loving young wife: "My lo Influential In politics." -Caller: tiat Wlfie: "Yea, he has voted IQ two presidential elections and both times hl3 choice Traa I ri DRY It CARS TO THE DDDR Babies' Milk Milk supplied from Individual cows that have passed the tubercular lest by the govern- ment veterlnarisn- Cream WANTED Highest prices paid for Ho. 1 Critm and Check Sent for Each Sliipmenl by Return Hail. Milk MILK ANO CKEftM DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEHILL DAIRY Plionc 1524 601 7th St. S. Auction Sale Register Farmers or ranch-rs, If you contemplate having an auction sale ol farm stock it will pay you to Ed- Pophanvthe Bar- ons auctioneer for dales. A sat- isfied patron Is my htal adver- tisement. Have had 30 years' experience in raising and hand- ling all kinds of live stock and know the value of same. This Is Ihs secret of my success as an auctioneer. FOLLOWING SALE DATES ARE RESERVED. WEDNESDAY, MARCH Burl Lebar, farm sale, Albion Ridge. FRIDAY, MARCH V Ocvjtrssck, it old Barr Hill Posl Office. WEDNESDAY, MARCH C. S. Noble, annual S3le at West Farm, S. W. Nobllford. Ed. Popham, The Barons Auctioneer AUCTION SALE Etocii and Implements Tuesday, i -AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP, AT COMMERCE LTVEKY BARN il ThV'.Salc Is Unreserved 33 Proprietor Has Sold His Farm. im mares, 2400 and 0 years old, with foal, I'la? seldins: H'M driver. CATTLE-2 1'an-J 5 years old duei to fresh llral part of April; 1 crade Jersey cow. 3 ycara old, (rest aboul three weeks and heifer calf by side. .2 nfo'oVsows. tine lo larr'ow about-flrsl .wc.c-V In Hay; c-bovil 50 brown bear lop roue. 1 coat top robe; 2 clotn lined lap robes, 4 pairs heavy horse blankets; 1 wlter other articles too numerous to mention. ALSO ONE FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN GOOD SHAPE. About 300 husbela of oats; ahonl 23 tons ot pressed nay, and Will Offer A.t New Dayton On Thurs., Mar. 15 Commencing at 2 a'c'ock- the 30 heaa ol farm horcej, rang Ing from 3 to 8 years oTd. These horses are Alberta raised Wintered on owner1! farm. ALSO SOME NE'V AND SEC ONO HAND HARNESS TERMS CASH. H. O. ROLLAG J.A. Auct onoer Owner will haTt 15 Tory choice regtalered bulls for sale al Ihe Sale Barn abaul March 15th. Have Just Impoilert from lo-na Fourteen Registered Stallions Pcrrlicrqiis, 1 Uclgiau and 1 French Draft JOLIMETZ Ill.-No. H74I7, Dark Grey. Foal Ma, 28, 1014, w.lghl .05157. BlVcV, M.y 8, 1914. wlahl BUck. Foaled June 8, 1905, w.laht McRE O JUS -Record No. 103M2. Gr.y. Foal'ed May 5, 1914 I No- Grey. FoaW March 20, 1914, weight KVl.. iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 19.3, weight 95124. Black. F.aled Jun. 7. ,912, welbM about N.. 73953. Black. F.alcd JUn, 23, 1910, weight NO. 67612 Black. Foaled June 4, .90S B.. No 533f Black, Foaled April 3, 1903. KING "LE l No. Foalrd Junt 21, 1914. t Stallion Blwk. Record No. 23512. Important AUCTION JS ALE On Tuesday, Marcu 20th, 1917 n Record Foaled June II, been purchwrd from one of Ihe h ,J rs -rd on the American conllnent. They have been ft', ..nd priced .0 Will for good farm horati. _ FOlt SALE AT THK LETIIBKIDGE HALK BARN. H. O. ROLLAO, OWNER At the Riuu-h of the Alberta Laiitl and 'Stock Co. in Townsliiii.2, Kango 21, 25 miles South of Magvatli, on Ihe Milk Kiver. THERE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AND WITHOUT RESERVE, A LARGE QUANTITY OF Fanning Tmnlcmcnt.8 and Machinery Household Furniture ArcMncre will also he olfcrcd (or sale 3D Bushels ofllye In lota to sull purchasers, tincl about 100 Head of Marcs and Geldings Broken and Unbroken SALE WILL COMMENCE AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M. 8HABP FREE LUNCH SERVED. AUCTIONEERS: FRANK WADOINGTON, G. P. DEARDORFF Auctioneers' Office, Ltlhbridge, Phone 770. ;