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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1 WO THE LKTHBRIDOfi; DAILY HKKALD. PAGE SEVEN! Per SCMM to Be Aver- Death Toll Haa Six Our OTTO history. This week thres soluble made. Menars. West and I'ayise oj Mountain View. purchased the 30 acre and Watcher ranch at the buy In- cluding the horses, ralllo acd Imple- ments. A. Comfort of Blalrmore com- pleted purchase ot the old Hurt.v ten-acre ranch froru'T.' J. Crawford ill (TOO per acra, and will Immediately take poiMiilon divide his effort Iwtireen fruit culture and dalrrlus, lie place being splendidly equipped throughout for dairy cattle hiiiyilng. Robt. McKay, who recently arrhed here ou a visit from his old home near Que., U 10 with Crwton that be bought .the C. O. (julii at a price around J700 per J. D. Reynolds of Sask.. came in- cm Monday with GOALDALEIOBE Is a chance for nearby land otraws to the same on the public highway or, get a good refit- I in a' church. la fact In ylew of Uje' Tunis oyster supper on Friday fuss that was raado over the last! nljbt.. Yum-yum. j bottle of whiskey that was imported, we suggest that the bllnda be drawn and the doors locked before the cork Is pulled. Krom a strictly Biblical The Old Fashioned Girls on Monday next. Don't (onset. The Old Fashioned Girls Bess Ouarhart Morrison, of Lrceum standpoint, UWoc a (lass of whlekey ead Chautauqua time as a coach and. not low as slandering your eiitertalrfer, has evolved a new Wea neighbor. in tho projram of the Old Fashioned "Tho business tax law is now In Girls, soon to be heard hore on torca. and it requires a license to carrj Many Interested and Will Mafce Cases Reported Better C9ALDALP. March the 'fin CRKBTOX, B. 0., Starch Tie of effects'tp tike, possession ot Ru death toll is now (our adults and tae Mifca McC'arthy' ranch he wo tho purchased in A.'R. y- Harrison l aealn. tho Way to recovt-ry alter, a severe at- this week present ihere are no more str and com- .ore this week, conduct- 1 pclled tho preacher, to turn out and imental .examinations ofjpreacn. Snch loyally speaks well for those desirous of qualifying lor deputy congregation. fire guardians. There were but two j Mr. Mills ot (he Western Canada candidates, Jag. Long .and W. II. T.I Dumber Co. Is bringing his wife and Smith. Tho latter was in charge of family to reside lu Coaldalo shortly. find something in this program to charm nhd delight you. Church services will be reopened next Sunday In the srhcol assoinMy hall at 11 a.m. and S p.m.; Chin at 2 lleadyrnado at 4 p.m. Tho pub- lic are heartily invited. The local scribe ventures to cull the following Items from the Coaldalo Times: "Tho bye-laws are now In full operation. Constable Olblis ia- tends 10 strictly enforce the same. Dos owners, must pay licenses and cattle owners must Keep them confined lo their property. IMliteM hal'c must comply with the regulations and play- ers who miss a shot must uot say today arid'left'for the cast this afternoon, OTTAWA, ilarch Cana- answer to question ot C. A. Koaraler, liellecUasse, in the house this afternoon, tb.3 minister of agriculture explained that the em- bargo on Canadla cattle exported to Great Britain was placed by tho Uni- ted Kingdom In 1SSC on any cattle entering that country except for im- mediate slaughter. The Canadian livestock commission bad made representations to tlio Brit- lib government ir. 1SS9 for tho re- moval ot the restrictions AS. they au- ply to Canadian cattle. The Imperial government had replied, said Dr. Tolmle, that it fully recognized that Ihe embargo could no longer bs con- tinued agaiust Canadian feeder on the ground of disease, but that in consideration of the unsettled con- dition of Drilisji agriculture and tbo lack of confidence among feeders and breeders which would be created by removing the embargo, the sorero-, ment considered it inadvisable to take, any considere In the matter. forestrv fire department work In 1U19. returned soldiers. Creslon merchants commence the Wednesday half holiday next month, They will ho very welcome. If Dairying Pays you want to know If the dairy "Importers ot liquor must remem- ber they are not allowed to consume Any or'woman who keeps handy .'will you that thing.. the first Wednesday In April being the It first half day off, tho arrangement, to, given a i continue until the end of Octobr- There Is talk ot a branch of the net; business pays talk to Lieut. Hollands of the Van Home Colony. Ho has! practical demonstration ofj frequently October.! success In this lino this last year. i Retail "Art. Knapp had a most unfortunate Merchants Association being formed accident on Sunday last. He was vis- I.___ Itltur his firnther Frank, and-left his here, President Constable and C. Gar- board of trade urt in Nelson today for i ipecla.lj-callwl meelmg of tbe executive of he afSoc- ESPECIAkLV tlioso attacked by''rheumatic twinges. A counter-irritant, Sloa.n's Lini- ment scatters tlie corigestlc.ii and pene- trates without rubbing to the afflicted feart, lie ache iatcd boards of trade ot eastern i Kept, handy and used everywhere, art-'which the loxial'bpnrd will endeavor for reducing and filially eliminating! to ascertain why tho associated hoard Uia pains and aches of In annual convention last month dras- muscle strain, joint stiff- tlcally amended a resolution.'---'--" I itlng his firother Frank, and -left his horse In tho school barn. When he neae. the result of ex- posure to weather. ted by Creston dealing with tho dvain- Bgc of Koolenay rials. In the past G R H eh making good pro- Now that the villnsc cows aro all compelled to Biay nl home, there is need for a village .cow Hayes announces the Rdview will re Sloan's Liniment ic sold by all.drug- ten years Ihifi.annual conclave has un-! suino publication this He estl gists, 35c, 70c, 51.10. Made in Canada gnlmously adopted the same resolu- inates his loss at ?SOO, which is fairly well covered by insurance, Creston's March sugar, nllon arriv- ed on Tuesday, is being doled oul in two and a half .pound .lots, at a price of 20 cents a ponnJ. Anothcrii is due next week, but at a higher price it is anticipated. Keep it handy tlort, but In 1919 so-amended it as to 'make it valueless'ill'Crestoa's osiima- at Trork-rc- building tho burnt section of the Crcs- i toil'.iRovlew building and with Uia in- 'suranct; satisfactorily .adjusted Editor No. 2. LitUe Friends of the Liver The of health. l( the liver is active and wcll.good health and happiness prevail; but once you allow___ your liver to get torpid and el u; gish, be- comes a'mis CARTER'S 1TTLT ery. Dyspep-: sia. Indiges- Bilious-_________________ ness, Constipation, Hendachcsand asuil you, laclcof erergy, ot me mory aid ill health; but remember Lilile Uf er touch the liver and correct Small Pm-Saull Dou-Sgun Price IRON PIUS, Nature's great lierve and.. 'blood tonic for Anemia, Rbenmatlsu, NervoosMU, and Fuuie Weakntst GUI' YOUR POWER COST IN HALF BY USINGA GET OUR BOOK- LET OF SATISFIED USERS. TITAN lDr20 H. P. Kerosene Tractor THE DADDY OF THEM ALL FREE DEMONSTRATIONS JJ1VEN. SEE US BEFORE BUYING. BUY YOUR Satisfaction Guaranteed Repairs OUR Specialty We beg to notify our customers that we are making arrangements to carry a full line o! Repairs at our Warehouse E.A. SHARMAN CO. 1233-1235 SECOND AVENUE LETHBRIDGE OILS AND GREASES FROM US. AS WE KNOW FROM EXPER- IENCE WHAT OIL TO USE. JPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO FARMERS! WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE THE SELLING OF THE FAMOUS NEW MODEL "HAPPY FARMER" TRACTOR The LaCrosse Power Lift Tractor Plows, Drills, and Disc Harrows Also tlie well known Geo. White Sons complete line of Threshers, for the whole Province of Alberta .v We are not making any vash claims as it is very easy to claims on: paper, but having had yeavs of tractor exper- ience we realize what you, fylv. Farmer, arc interested in when buying a tractor and (hat is, what will the tractor do on my Farm? Here is what "we are to do with our Tractor. Demonstrate to YOUR satisfaction on YOUR farm that we have the machine we. claim to have. Can we do more? There are dozens of farmers right here in this Province that will substantiate our statements when we say that we can our tractor with less expense than any other tractor on the market today. This applies both to fuel consumption and upkeep of the Tractor. Does operating expenses mean anything 16 you? It should. tHepfy In the tractor game we realize that service is one of the .most essential points'of the business from the farmer's stand- point. Therefore, we have competent mechanics to look after any difficulty you might experience. Furthermore, we carry a complete stock of repairs here in Lethbridge at all times. We also have for the Southern part of the Province the distributing of the very popular and well-known Aultman and: Taylor line of Engines and 'Threshers, and will be pleased to explain the merits of our machinery to you at our office here or, by havfog our traveller call on you. It will pay you to consult us before placing your order. AGENTS WANTED in all-open territory. We invite corres- pondence with anyone that might be interested, LACROSSE TRACTOR L E T H B R I D. G E Cor. 13th St. and 2nd Ave. A L B E R T A ;