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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIItJrtSfoATr, MAHOM *I4, t^lS THE LETryj7ln)(i!� DAILY HERALD 1EE TRAGEDY Mrs. Schofield Fatally Burned Mrs. Greenwood Had Narrow Escape m Our Own (TorreflpondeiiJ > New Dayton, Mar. 13.-Mrs. T. E. Skelth has returned from an extended trip to points in the V. 8. Archie Rdgar has returned from Calgary, to which point he followed Harry Lauder on his way west. E. K. Wood has been appointed eec-treas. or the school board vise P. N. Fisher resigned. W, JO. Burke has gone to report for military service. . Tho real estate office of Murchlson Bros., Geddee and Braden is now open for business. Julius Larson gave an exhibition of the snow bucking proclivities of his patent on his Ford car the other day at Tyrofl's Lake school house dance. Ho expects to have his idea patented shortly. The Dominion Express Co. will shortly open a branch money order office In the store of E. R. Wood. The annual meeting of the Presbyterian church boar* and mem hers will be held in the church at 7.30 p.m., Friday, March the lfith. All who are interested in the welfare, of tho church are asked to put in an ap-r.eeranco us matters of importance are to be discussed. A meeting of the Women's Missionary Society was held at the home of Mm, L. B. Duncan Saturday. We understand the farm of Kessler Bros., east of town, Is about to exchange hands, having been bought by a company from Oregon. With the approach of spring the question of sidewalks is again to the fore. We have good reason to believe, however, now that we have a Mvo leeve ut the helm, any further comment In this connection will not be necessary. ^ We arc shortly to have a new postmaster in the person of Mr. Childs, a returned soldier. The office is being relinquished by Mr. Duncan voluntarily on the understanding that u man who has done his bit for his country gela the appointment. T)io department having arranged this Mr. Duncan bar further agreed to hand over to him the telephone office which on the whole makes the position very desirable for u returned man. The townspeople ere greatly surprised at the action of the rural municipality in not holding the office of seoretary-treasurer open for a few weeks to allow of the securing of a returned man for the vacancy, (From Our Own CorreHpond>nt) Lomond, Mar. 9.-The instruments for our brass hand have arrived and we expect some music as Hoon as nice weather comes again. Four inches of snow fell bore yes* tcrday ivifch ;t north east wind. The sloughs are full of water, now turned into ice, and travelling with unshod hordes is next to impossible. Harry Uurne hns undergone an operation In Calgary to have his stomach trouble remedied. He went through his operution successfully but we are sorry to any that the .wound is not. healing satisfactory. He is still in a Calgary hospital recuperating. Building has been in operation all winter fn spite of mils and cold fingers. We are proud of our little town and we look for a steady growth for some Indefinite time. The Village Council at a meeting of the ratepayers-a few weeks ago, proposed a bond issue of six thousand dollars for local improvements. It is proposed to spend' two thousand on street grading, two thousand on sidewalks and two thousand towards providing a water supply. If the scheme is O.K.'d, H. is proposed to secure t\ well site south of town where lots of good sand water can be procured easily arid purchase a team and outfit and hire a man to operate It arid if he should have time on tils* hands, to keep the streeta fn repair and team away the accumulation of rubbish. It is also proposed to snnk one or more deep wells in different parts of the town. The town can easily assume this obligation without, embarrassment und tho suggested improvements are greatly needed. The United Stains consul visited Lomond last week in connection with his military duties. Hoevo Teakey 1b muting a substantial plank side walk in front of his garage. sociated Press today that he did not think any statement of the Irish party policy could usefully be made until tho result of the convention was made known. This he trusted and believed would ho wit 1*1 n a few days. JOHN DILLON WILL NOT GIVE STATEMENT Dublin, March V\. John Dillon.who succeeded John ReMinontl as leader of the Irish Nationalist said to the As- CMJBTT, MUTJODY b co., Iftc. Mofctrttl UCTION SALE THE LETHBR1DGE SALE AND FEED BARN T0M0 MAR AT TWO SUFFERING GATS!  GIVE THIS MAN THE GOLD MEDAL  4 HEAD MARES GELDINGS yea I broke to work ; and 1100 to 1400 II Id reaionabl d 3 to 9 ach f I 1 Let folks step on your feet hereafter; wear shoes a size smaller if you like, for corns will never again send electric sparks or pain through you, according to this Cincinnati authority. He says that a tew drops of a drug tailed frcezone, applied directly upon espec-! a tender, aching corn, instantly re LAND FRtTSH COW N iallv in view of the fact that, an e>-offlcer offered to take charge' of the accounts for a month or two and thus) allow the reeve to secure a man, as we understand he had one in sight. ! Reeve Atkins and Councillor Scot1: 1 are commended for the stand they ' took on the matter, and in matters ofi lieves soreness, and soon the entire corn, root and all, lifts right out. This drug is a sticky ether compound, but dries at once and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue. It is claimed that a quarter of an ERMS CASH ITH, Auctioneer tub; kind we do not think a little gov- J ounce of freezone obtained at. any AUCTION SALE ernmeht intervention would be out of j place. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shields have returned from the stales, where Mrs. Shields has been u%?er medieul care.; We hope for her speedy recovery. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Keslnger have \ also returned from the states. We ex- r pect in another week or two all the birds will be home to roost. drug store will cost very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or eoft corn or callus from one's feet. Cut this out, especially if you are a woman reader who wearB high heels.-Ad^v. NEW AUTO FIRM i Miss Aileen McCarthy were Spring Coulee visitors over the week end. A bill" introduced at Washington places $10,000,000 at the Secretary of Agriculture's disposal for transporting farm labor to needy farms and aiding farmers In the purchase of seed wheat. mm four hould be your first consideration, and which no business man can wall afford to neglect. 4 To Insure bounding health and improved mental vitality-� very morning take u &ta�* of tliU invtgor-atfng ua4 plc�aaat!r refreshing IS AIX DRUGGISTS SBULfT "~^^^^�"^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaeBaaaaaaaa^^^^- fcr Nerves, Impure Blood-try ABBEY*S VITA TABLETS 60 Cents a Box James C. Livingtone and Harry Pilling have emtered Into partnership, the firm to be known as Livingstone and Pilling, and they have succeedod in securing the agency for the Olds-mobile, one of the class test cars on the market. They have opened their i | offices in Mr. Pilllng's old stand on ' 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, and today unloaded a carload of the new cars which are being put into stock. On Friday or Saturday they expect another carload to arrive, after which they will be ready tor the public. The Olwsmobile has been mamiEact* uied for the past 20 yeurs and is one of the ttandar.-I cars op thr. market The Baalim Mo'ov Co.. had the agency Intt it.U and 'diapered of eigh'. oar*, but Mr. Enallm rtiliniiuh,hed It, having all the business he could attend to otherwise. It is manufactured in Lansing, Michigan, in bIi and eight cylinder models, built In roadster, touring and sportster types. The sportster is one of the latest in auto manufacture, and one of these little beauties will be seen on the streets in a few days. It is the new firm's intention to establish agencies at Cards ton, Warner. Coutts, Taber and other centres in the south. A full line ot parts will also be carried, while a central distributing agency at Calgary will always have a stock within easy reach. The new concern will carry on Mr. PillLug's rapidly growing repair business. Just recently there has been installed generator equipment to triple the Exide battery service station, while a complete equipment of K.W. magnetos for tractors and autos is alBo being carried. Messrs. Livingstone and Pilling invite the public to visit them and inspect 'the Oldsmoblle at their show 1 rooms opposite the, Herald at any time. The Moline Plow Co. is about the oldest implement Company In America, their reputation Is about the highest and has stood for' nearly 60 years. This reputation is pledged be-hind THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR ""The Tractor that is all Trsc-tor. The One Man Tractor. It is no experiment. For two years they have tried it out in the states before placing it in Canada with Immense success. "We have had no trouble with the MpMne fractor." la the vital positions In the scores of tetters we have received from American farmers. The Moline Tractor Is unexcelled on tough soft. AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE W. KEITH BELL Lethbridge Hotel ON NORTH HALF OF 20-12-24 On Starllne Road, 15 miles cast of Claresbolm, 7 miles west of arona. MONDAY, MAR. 18th COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. TEN HEAD OF HORSES 1 span bay geldings, 7 years old; 1 span grey mares, 7 years old; 1 bucksUin mare, 7 years old; 1 buckskin horse. 9 years old; 1 buckskin niaiv, 2 years old; .1 span grey mules, 6 years old; 1 registered black Percheron Stallion, with both United States and Canada, will be 2 years old on May 20th. 10 GOOD MILCH COWS. All milking at present. ABOUT 30 HEAD BROOD SOWS; 1 pure bred liuroc Jersey boar; 6 pnre bred Buroc Jersey sows. Six sneep and one ram. *1 i.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 25-45; 1 I.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 10-20; a7 in. Aultman-Taylor Separator, with Garden City Feeder; 1 7-hoitom P. & O. engine gang plow, with both bottoms, FARM MACHINERY, FURNITURE, ETC.-2 Massey-Harris binders; 2 MeConp'iek double disc drills, 20 discs; 1 McConnlck single drill, 16 discs; 1 12-foot, disc harrow; 1 8-foot disc harrow; I S-foot spring dine harrow; 1 Moline 4-sectfon drag harrow; 1 tion dra� harrow; 1 John Deer harrow curt; 1 John I^ere gang plow, three bottom; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 John Deere sulky plow, both bottoms; 1 Deering mower; 2 H1^ wagons and tanks; ;i 3*;4 wagons; 1 heavy ^democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 potato plow; 1 garden cultivator; 1 set light bob sleighs; I water tank, 12 barrels; 6 bundle racks; 1 12-foot hay rake; 1 Magnet cream separator; 1 hammcrless Remington rifle, 22 calibre repeater; 1 38-72 Winchester rifle; 1 Corn King manure spreader; carpenter's tools; blacksmith's tools; tank pump and hose; 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, Half Cash. On balance, given to November 1st, 1918, purchasers to furnish approved notes bearing 8 per cent, interest-A discount of 10 per cent, allowed for cash on credit amounts. M. O. WENDLEBOB, Owner HANK FANNING, Auctioneer SECOND ANNUAL (Shorthorns and Hereford*) r I sday Mar AT ONE O'CLOCK COMES BACK TO LIFE At Farmers' Feed Barn, Lethbridge Food the War Serve your country and yourself * by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 Co $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assi s t sc 11 Icrs on i rri ga ted 1 an ds. Get full particulars and free illus- , tratcd literature from ALUM CAMERON, Gffl'IS*t C.P.R. UftiU 905 1st St. Eott, CALGARY Stratford, Out., Mfcr. 14.-A eaae of the dead coming back to lite it that of Stoker William l�oney ot Houghton, Sank., who was officially reported killed in the Halifax esbloalon when he was serving on the Nlobe. Stoker Loney w*i a vieitor in Stratford yesterday and told a thrilling story of how the tfonauealon made him lose hU memory for over two weeks. He alio injured hie hip. Mr. licmey exptcia to go overseas shortly. UNION OF WEST INDIES AND CANADA Halifax, Mar. t$.-At yesterday's meeting of the hoard of; trvle council, the euggeetion of union of the West Indies with Canada, recently referred to by Judge Bowen Hamilton of the Leeward Islands lh an address before the Canadian Club here, was discus-sod. Tbe West' Indies committee of the council will be'asked to submit a report to the board. 70 HEAD OF HIGH CLASS RICHLY BRED BULL8 AND Ft-MALea OP THE MOOT POPULAR BLOOD LINE6 AND BY SOME OF THE MOST NOTED 8IRE8 OF EASTERN CANADA. NOTED SHORTHORN FAMILIES REPRESENTED , ARE DUCHESS OF QLOSTER, MINA8, CRIMSON FLOWER, AND OTHER HERE-FORDS INCLUDE AN IMPORTED ANXIETY BRED BULL, AND SEVERAL WINNING SHOW ANIMALS.' IF YOU ARE IN THE', MARKET FOR GOOD STRONG BREEDING STOCK, PLAN TO ATTEND THIS SALE. MAJORITY OF FEMALES ARE BRED OR WELL ALONG IN CALF. J. H. PATRICK & SON. Owners Heme Address-Hderton, Ont. S. W. Paisley, Auctioneer PAGE SETES Cattle r__. lUf ery Highly Bred 400 Cows, 315 two yean old heifers, 250 two year old steers, all native Montanans, bred and raised, now located on Blackfoot Reservation, Montana. 140 head of two, three and four year old steers, of which hnlf are 'high grade Aberdeen Angus, now located on Teton River, near Collins, Montana, Great Northern Railway, Shelby line. 200 selected high grade Hereford cows, age 3 to 6 years old, bred ;to strictly choice registered Hereford bulls, coming 3 year olds, located near Cancade, Montana, on Great Northern Railway. Alao at Cascade, Montana, Polled Angus bulls,, 6 corning three year old, 4 coming twos. 5 coming yearlings. The bulls are thoroughbred and registered. Also a few thoroughbred cows and heifors. IF INTERESTED IN ANY OF ABOVE LOT8 CALL OR ADDRESS, T. C. POWER & BRO HELENA. MONTANA. UCTION WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. E. BUILDING FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD And effects including: Handsome dininjf suite, mission op.k, , comprising buffet, dining chairs and round extension table; solid oak rocker; beautiful brans bed with coil springs, equal to new; braise mounted bed with gprlnga and felt mattrnsaeH; splendid quality carpet square* 9x10Vi; oak dressers; oak chiffoniers; McClary C-hole range with nil connections; sanitary lounpo: fumed oak easy chairs; "North Pole" refrigerator; 5 drnwer Singer Sewing machine; linoleum; window shades; electric light fixtures; coal oil and coal heaters; wash tubs, and a quantity of .smaller items. Also BELL ORGAN IN WALNUT CASE, IN A 1 ORDER. GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY, 7.30 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH . AUCTIONEER'S PHONES: Office 770; Rea. 4�9. "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" A UCTION SALE OF HEAD HORSES 2 Sets Breeching Harness (New) and About 40 Horse Blankets, (Nearly New). On Section 26-6-11, W. 4th, 3 miles N.E. of Foremost On Saturday, March 16th COMMENCING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP 1 team grey mares, age 3, weight ;i000; 1 team grey mares, age ;j, weight 2900; 1 Imported pure bred Clyde Stallion, age 7, weight. 1000; 1 imported Percheron stallion, age IX weight 2260. The above horses are Clyde and Percheron. 1 team black mares, age 4 to 6, weight 2800; 1 team black mares, age 8, weight 2S00; 1 team brown maroK, age G, weigh".. 2700; 1 team brown mares, age 4. weight 2700; 1 team sorrel mares, age l>, weight 2800; 1 team sorrel mares, age 9, weight 2600; 1 team bay mares, age 5, weight 2800; 1 team hay mares, age 5, weight 270O; 1 team bay mares, ago 5 and 6, weight 2800; 1 team grsy mares, age 3, weight 2800; 1 team black and bay mavea, age 3, weight 2700; 1 team bay mares, age '1, weight 2600; 1 team bay mares, age '1 and 6, weight 2600; 1 only, bay mare, age 6. weight 1400; 1 team grey geldings, age :t, weight 2900; l team black geldings, age 3, weight 2900; 1 team grey geldings, age 3, weight 2800; 1 team roan geldingB, age 5 and 7, weight 2400; 1. team roan and bay geldings, age 4, weight 2400; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight 1300; 1 black Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight 1250; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight 1200; 1 team koitoI mares, age 4 and 5, weight 1100, will make fancy saddle horses; 1 black saddle mare, age 4, weight 1060; 1 bay mare, gentle for a lady to drive, age 6, weight 1000; 1 roan pony gentle, age 6, weight 1000. All above mares supposed to be In foal. The horses are Clyde and Percheron. , Terms of Sale-Half cash, and credit on the balance till fait. NO RESERVE, ONLY ON THE TWO STALLIONS. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. D. GARRISON, . A. W. LINTON, Auctioneer Owner AUCTION OF Implements At 19-5-22, W. of 4th, 4 miles West of Magrath L On Thursday, Mar. 21 st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-1 team black geldings, 6 and 8 years old. weight 2700 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 7 ami 8 years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 1 grev mare, 4 yeftfa'old1. WeifcMt'3 400 'lbs.; 1 grey geldings, � years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 team bay geldingB, 4 years old, weight 2600 lbs.; 2 saddle horses, 41 and 8 years old; 1 grade Percheron stallion. 8 years old, weight 1900 lbs.; � mares, 6 to 8 years old, weight 1300 each; 6 geldingH, 4 to 8 yearn old, .weight 1400 each. All above horses broke to work. CATTLE-1 fresh cow; 2 cows to bo fresh in spring; 6 store hogs, 125 lba. each. * HARNE8S-9 sets of double team harness; 25 horse collars, .sizes 18 to 22. IMft-EMENTS, ETC.-1 duck foot cultivator, nearly new; 1 4 flection steel barrow; 2 gang plows; 1 Massey-Harris 8-foot binder; 1 Deering binder; 1 lumber wagon and grain tank; 1 lumber wagon and box; 1 mower, C-foot; 1 hay rack; 1 land'packer; 1 disc harrow; 1 single buggy; 1 walking plow; 1 McCormick binder; 1 fanning mill; 1 blacksmith forge; I feed grinder, 15 inch burs; 1 Sharpies cream separator; 1 tlumley engine, 15x45; .1 36-ftumely separator; abovo engine and separator only used one season; 1 6-furrow plow, gang, John Deer malca. Also household furniture and effects. u.>-m TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, balance to be payable November lit, 1818, on approved Joint notes with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts; or 5 per cent, off all credit amounts for cash. JAMES A. SMITH, Auctioneer HILMER BROS.; Proprietors ;