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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAnV. MARCH 13, l�t� 'Jim ^fci^niriBRrDGK daily mMW II ifll TAX Arfi yoii u mnrrlod man ur woman with an Incomo of ?n,000 or more a year, or mi immar^lod ninn or woman _wlth fl,600 B yeor' or raoro? If you do not como within oltlior o( these clasHOB you nogd-not read the (oUow-lug i)[(rueraph�, for Mioy pertain to the tciloral Idcorao tax law now In force.. �. In. Canada rec'etvinK y llio American crew of tlia destroyer l�arkt or In rescuing nine survivors InMUding the tfnoohscloHB navigating officer of the hospital ship Glenart Castlo, sunk in the Brlsipl Channel late in February.  . - nio Janoli'o,: Marcli Thn Uracil-iaii govcrnmont today publlslied n Clroen Book coiitalnInK (ilplonmtic cor-espondencfi on tUn International affairs of 'Draiil cIiirtuB 1014-1917. AmouiS otheri documentH arc a. number of messages of conKnituIatlon received from North and South Amar- SpendB $27,700 For Bif Herd of Thirty-Six Shorthorn Femaieg' Southern, Aliierta Isn't going In for wheat farming so QXtensively that all sight Is being lost of the very important adjunct of cattle raising as an adjunct, and A. M. Stee* of Stirlla* ) and does not exceed 130,000 per an- one of the men'who is leading, the num. ,, t way In this mixed farlning; practice. Ten per cent, upon the amount by a year ago It will be remisiibered he which (ho Income 'exceeds $50,000 made quite a stir with his purebred and dobs not exceed $100,000 per ou- Shorthorns. .Then loter ini the year, num. . ' . he virent east "and bought up a whole Twenty-five ,pi;r cent, upon the herd of purobreds, lateir reselling many amount by which, the Infcome excels of them at a big-sale In Toronto, but $100,000 per annum. keeping a $6000 bull which is now The act provides that .every resl- the head of the herd, (t^nt'liable; to taxation must make a HI* Big PUrehaie rfltuVn of Income-for tlio year 1917 Oh And now Mr. Steed is going still or before February 28 of each year, further along tblsjlne. A little over The time for moking the return for � week ago at Brandon Mr. Btced pur 1017, however, has been extended ' to chased a heH pf 36 female aborthorns March .^1. As far aa poAslbJe all from Mr. Isaac of Oobourg, Ont., which j)robablo taxpayers w�I be sent by j,ad been brought west by Mr. Isaac, nlall, within the next few weeks, the These animals brought %� total of $27,-Htandard forms prepared by the 700, making one of the biggest pure-finance dopartniont on which returns bred livestock deals ever put through Atlantic City, N. J., March 13.~A letter from President Wilson urging n union of'the forces of-Presbyterian-ism In the United States as a "very good thing for nil Prosbytorlarts" was read here today before tU6 commissions on union of the Presbyterian church in ihe United States of Ainer-lea and tho Presbyterian church In the United States, better known ns t'ho Presbyterian Church North and the Presbyterian Church South. The two bodies represent approximately four million communicants, three million of whom are members of the northern church. JEW BATTALION TO FIGHT IN PALESTINE New York, Mar. IS.-^^oung men of Jewish faith continue to enlist In the Jewish battalion of the British army, which Is to fight for the emancipation of Palestine from the Turks. nre to be made. THo onus, however, of making these returns will be upon tho taxpayer, the act providing that returns miist be ' madewlthout notice or demand. Any taxpayer net receiving forms by '.> March 31 ;hould make application, for ^ t^�p^tg:|h9, dl8trlo.t,jlnspBot9rj^v ^v; " -Tait'arion Forn?*',Now"Available'' ^Forms ;ivlll b^ Issued In trlpl on -� * Civic Auditortum, with �' aeatlng ca- Victorla, B. C, March 13.-There is paclty at lO.OOQ has been peeured for every reason to believe that the fin- the entire,session. " ' uncial situation as far as the muni- Pastor O, F. MoVagta, president of cipallty of' South Vancouver is con- the Westeni Panadlan.'Union Conter-cerned will bo very shortly airalght- ence, which includes the smaller con- Oo some foods you cat hit, bapk taste good.i but work badly; f*inent into stubborn lumps ami cause a sick, sour, gassy .stomach '.' Now, Mr. Mrf. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Papo'h Diapepsin digests everything, leavin;; nothingXoisour and upset you.|Thero never wall anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered yoo will get happy relief Iq' five minutes, but what pleases you most Is that it strengthens and regulates your stomach so-you can eat your favorite food* without fear. ' Most remedies give you relief some-, tiroes-they arc slow, but not sura. "Pape's Dlapopiln" Is quick, positive and, puts' your stomachs in a healthy condition so the misery won't' coma b��k. Yeu feel .different as soon as "Pape'e Biapepsin" oemes in contact with the^ ^macb'-Hdistress lust vanishcs-tr^your'^ steinaQh gets sweet,, no. gas�8,.i>no belehing, no eructations of undigested' food, your bead clears and you feel fine. Oo now, make the bast la vestment you ever made, by getting a Ifirge fifty cent case of Pape's Diapepsin fil'om any drug store. JYou realise in five minutes how needless It. ||. to suffer from indigestion, dyspepiiav or any stomach disorder.-Advert. , BIG AUCTION SALE On Starline Road, sned out by an act of parliament. HER DAUGHTER JASS|1�ED FROM OPERATION Mrs. Wells of Petorsburg i Tells How. twft jeara eaknesa; fotersbnrg, Ya.-"For g�y daugbtersoffered trm a wsl. , and pains in het right aide; at timet she Wilis so bad ehSi could not da apj work, ��'^: ferenees in Brftish Oolnmbi|k, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, with headquarters In Calgary, will be. chairman of the delegation of twelve to go. from Weitera; Canada. Other members of |:he, deleiation Eolng from Calgary will be F. L,.Hommel, secretary-treasurer and auditor ot the Union Conference; W. Ij. ,defd'' at the oourt ON NORTH HALF OF 20-12-24 15 miles east ef ClaresholmK'? miles west of Barons. Orf MONDAY, MAR. 18th COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. TEN HEAD OF HORSES ' 1 span'jbay soldinga, 7 years old; 1 span grey mares, 7 years old; 1 buck.?l{in mnre, 7 years old; 4 buckskin ho.rse,'D years old; 1 buckskin uiare, 2 years old; 1 span grey mules, 0 years old; 1 registered black Porcheron Stallion, with both United States and' Canada; will be 2 years bid on May 20th.. 10 GOOD MILCH COWiS. All milkliiBat present. ABOUT 30 HEAD BROOD SOWS; il pure bred Uuioc Jersey boar; (i pure irod Duroc Jersey sows., ^ . Six sheep, and one ram. ^ . .' , . , ' . . 1 I.H.C;. tiTAN ENGINE, 25-45; 1 -I.H.C/ TJTAN ENGINE, 10r20; 27 in',.AuUman-Taylor .Separator, with Garden City Feeder; r7-bottom^P. '& O. engine gang plow, with both bottoms. . FARM.MACHINERY, FURNITURE/ ETC.r-2Mas8ey-Harrls .binders; 2 Mc.CormIok double disc drills, 20 discs; 1 McCqymick Single drill, ic-dlacs; 1 l2-Coot disc harrow; 1 8-toot disc hjirrow; I ',8-foot sprlng'-dlsc harrow; l-MoUne 4-aectioh drag harrow; 1 S-sec-. tlon drag harrow; 1 John Deer barrow cart; 1 John Deere gang plOiW, three bottom; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1' ^ohtt Deere sulky plow, both bottoms; 1 Deering mower; 3 3%..wagons and tanks; ;i 3V4 wagons;,! heavy democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 potato plow; 1 garden cultivator; 1 set light bob sleighs; 1 water,tank, 12 barrels; tl bundle iacV.s; 1 12-l'oot hay rake; 1 Magnet'cream separator; 1 hnmmerless Uemlnglon rifle, 22 calibre repeater; 1 38-72 Wln-cliester rifle; 1 Corn King manui;o spreaderi" carpenter's tools; blacksmith's tools; tank pump and boso; motor cycle; oil pump; a quantity of harness; 2 heating stoves; 1 full oak kitchen cabinet; household goods too numerous to mention. ''^ � ' TERMS OF SALE-Stallion, Two Engines, Separator and Engine Plow, Halt Cash. On balance, given to-November 1st, 1918, purcha.sers to,furnish approved notasibearing,S'rner cent, interest. A discount of, 10 per cent, allowed for cash'oii'^redlt Amounts. m. O. WENpLEBOE, Owner HANK, N^iNQ, Auetloneer .1 � ^T>) ?f�,ili house today. He had. Ju�t flnlihed JS.�wkV�h�J. �d hearipg a carfo'wheAlie-Mrae etrl|0 ^ AkeJoy;,;'Miijhi;",Mir#?feSHi'W|lllam Peregrin, a BoolklJiitU^��|�ri'^n' tlon, oommitttd' autoldt' y�Mfrday by placing a: pie ^,e. of.'! dynamte InV his mouth and .llMhtlntHhj|il>tuif: and \>\oyt, IngiOtf. hi�iai^*d;"^i|i^l'5?t&i5^:'r\^^' � U boUt agreed -that be.would have be'opor&ted on. I aurgestod Lydia E. Pinkham'* YeKota-i ble iCQ'mpoUnd, and at first fhe refused to take it, but finally conseijtcd. Fromi the Tery beglnninip' it helped her, and,'ihe ia ontlroTy well, and telim(j flvorybody how much good It has dona htt/'-Vn. W. D. yrnhhs, m North Adam�Street,iPoWrttbur|^^ys^i ^ Wolta*(Md!^r?rpmTrreEularitle9, painfu( investigating' H|�, adtlvltlpii: 1^' oonnoc periods, backache, aldoache, dragginr tlon^w>th a|!U�tlop.tpr,,,r5Peal of^Qie SownpalhB,.JnflammtttiQn or ulcorut�>n draft law last J,Un�tni!i9f�-I ntente \>r the n tront; writo'thf Lydla B. Plrik^am Modjolne Q>,' i;ynn, Tha result of forty v,xver'i'ny, arn^.hWa��Rt9r� �^�WM�H-1 SECOND ANNUAL SAli#F PURPRED (Shorthorns,and Herefords) v 4 ^,1!, 20 At^ FarmerV Feed Barn� Lethbridge 70. HEAD, OF, HIGH .CtASS RICHLY BMP BULLS AND F.E-; MAUeS or THE.MOBT PpRUIuAB BLOOD LINKS >ND ^Y^SOWE OF THB MOST |40T^d'�|IIE8 OF EASTERN tANADA. � RIOTED HORTHORN^AMIUM HCRRE-BKNTCO ARC , DUCHIES OF OL.OSTCR, MINA8, ' CRIMSON PLOWfR, AND OTHER HMe-''FORD* INCLUDE AN IMPOftTEO ANXiCTV RRKO / BUlL AND StVKRAL WINNING BHQ^ ANIMALS. IF ^ YOU ARC IN rHl\ MARKET FOR GOOD.STRONO BREEDING STOCK, PLAN TO ATTEND THI8*ALE.,ma.>ORITY OF FEMALES ARE BRED OR.WEUL ALONG IN CALF. ^ - � . BIO LITHUANIAN MEET New York, Miir. 1,'!.-Mnro than I,-delegates from all parts of the United State's and Canada nro in Now Vork today to nltSnd a ronventlon of tho L'ltliuanlans and l/lth>ianlnn-.\nier-Icana nt .Madison Square Garden. The convention will dianiis.* Die LlDnianlan and IluK.slon situation In the prosfiut war. Funds to carry on relief work In their dovn.state(l roiintry will he. sought p.t tomorrow. tho convention tdrloy nnil BANKER'S WIFE ADVISES �'^��y^'--J^'^ii LETHBBIDQE women-; | , "f had stomach trouble .so bad jt ,,i could eat nothing but. toasit, fruit or hot water. Kverylhing elso soured on. formed gns. I was miserable until I tried slmplij buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc, us mIXRd In Adler-I-ka. Thl^ ^ helped inc Uu; FIKST DAY." Beeaiiao Adlor-1-ku. flushpa the ENTlRli! bowel tract poniplclel.v It retievcs ANT  CASH siotir Hloiiiach. gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. ThO' INSTAMT !i(,'ton Is surprising.-J. I), iriglnhothniu & Co., Ltd., driigglstH.-r^ Ailvertlaemont. Jf. H. J^4^1j?ICK;i& SONi PUBLIC AUCTION HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND ENLISTED, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT MY FARM 12 MILES EAST OF LETH-BRIDGE AND 2 MILES SOUTH AND 3 MILES EAST OF COAL-DALE, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 14tli, 1918 1 team grey geldings, 4 and 5 1 years. , 1 team gelding^, 5 and 8, weight 3000. 1 team geldings,' S years old, 2800. 1 team ntares. In foal, 6 years old, 2400. 1 team geldings, 7 and 8, weight 2800. 1 team geldings, 9 and 10, weight 2800. 1 team geldings/ browns, age 11,. 3400. 1 team mares, age 11, ,2800. 1 gray geldings, age 7, weight 1280. _ 1 fli'ay gelding, age 7, weight 1400. 1 gray team, mare antkgelding, age IS, weight 2200, team mules, age 4 and 5, weight 2100. 10 head of cows and'steers. 10 head of cows and calves. 1 extra good milch oow. 1 new 3!/z Inch wagon and tank. 1 new Z'/z Inch v/agon and box. 2 wagons and hay ract and C, weight asdO; 1 team grey mnrea, ago 3, weight 2800; 1 ; team black and bay mares, ;�go a, welglit 2700; 1. team bay mares, age 4, weight 2(100; 1 team bay mares, age 4 nnd 0, weight 2600; 1 only, bay m�re^ ago G, weight 1400; 1 team grey geldings, age ; 3, weight 2900; 1 team blank geldings, ago 3, weight 2900; 4 team grey geldings, age 3, weight 2800; 1 team roan geldings, age 6 and 7, weight 2400; I team roan and bay geldings, age 4, weight 2400; 1 grey Grade stud cplt, rislug 2, weight 1300; 1 black Orade stud, 'cijlt. rising 2, wolgb^ 1250; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rlalng 2, welgUt't; 1200; 1 team sorrel marcs, age 4 and S, weight 1100, will, make fancy saddle horses; 1 black saddle mare,^age 4, weight 1050; 1 hay mare, gentle for a lady to drive, ago 6, welglit 1000; 1 roan pony gentle, age 6, weight 1000. / All above mares supposed to he in foal. The horses ara Clyde and Percheron. � ; � Terms of Sale^Half cash, and credit on the balance till fall. Na REBEPVE, ONLY ON THEi.TWO STALLIONS. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. DGARRISpN, A. W.LINTON, Auetloneaf. i ^ , Owner AUCTION SALE OF fapm Stock and ImplBments At 19-5-22, W. of 4th; 4 mUes West of Magrath On Thursday, Mar. 21sf ^ . AT.ONE O'CUOCK SHARP HO RSCB-1 team', blackv geldings. 0 and 8 years old, lyelsbtf \ |i 2700 lbs.; 1 team boy mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 3800 |^bs,;V I'gray mare, l^^yeara old, weight >1400 lbs 'team bay geldings,' 4 years oiu, wuieui .^wv tun,. . ^and 8 years ol4;l grade Percheron stallion, 8 years old*,'weigh *W0Q lbs;; fl mar^a, 6vto,8 years old, weight 1.100 eac?i,;.8.jpeldln(ts bay mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 3800 Ibs-r^;,";! ara old, ^velght 1400-lbs..; 1 grey geldings, C years j Al lbs.; I bay maro. 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs,; ii. 4 years bid, weight 2�00 lbs.; 2, saddle horsop,( to 8 years old, weight'1400 each. AU'aborve horses broko ttumloy Qngino,,llBx<5; I 8fi-Humol\  ;j separator; above onglne'^apd,separator only used one season; 1 i , furrow plow, go|iif;-Jol�a,no6r muHe,, ^ , , 'i, 28 ;