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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta COOIEE TRAGEDY Mtn. SciiOf Mil Fatnlly Barned- Mrs. Greenwood Had Nar- , (iipMikl to thu Hcirald) Bpiins CoiiWe, Mar. .13.-Monday at  ajn. oui' t-ellMctnd = tqwniwoman. MM. flohotlQld, aronj .io tlftht the kttohM flraMh the h6t�i ahd ufied the Ratoliiie can by mlstalte in Berth and MUs~Sang motored tb-Ma-grath to call oii the Inglls' Saturday. Mrs. Horspool and daughter, also MISH Allsen McCarthy were Spring Coulee visitors over the week end., A blir-Introdncod at Washington places 110,000,000 at the Secretary of Agriculture's diapogal for trans-' porting farm labor .to needy, fanna and aiding farmers In the purohase of aeed'wheaf. KEW DAYTON fFritni Our Own florriapbnd*"*^ Ni!.w Dayton,; M>tr. 13.-Mra. T, B. Sknith haa returned'from. an extended trip to points In the IJ. Archie Edgarhas rcttfrn�d trom Calgary, to, whioh potiiit lie "followed Harry Lauder on hla war w�at. B. R. W004 has been *p'p6iht�d tec-treaa. of the.^chool hoard .vMe P. N. rither reslgnt^d. 1 W, J9, Durke has gbne to report for military service, , Tho real estate ptdce. of JMurcbison Bros,, Oeddea and Bradtn is now open for bttaineas. Jtilius Larson gave an Mhlhltlbn of the Mow bucking prbclivltlba of his patent on his Ford car tho other day at'TrreU'R Lake sohoor house danco. He eipocts to have his Idea patented shortly. � �.�..;.-( /� �' Tho DominWn BxpreiiB Co. will shortly open a brtnch ntoriby .order office In the store otB,Jt.rW;ood. The annual maetlhg of the Presbyterian church boarA' and 'members wilt be held In the ;(lhtirch at 7,30 p.m., Friday, March the IBUk All who nre Interested lii the 'woHare. of tho church are askod to put In an ap-roeranco ns matters of importance are to be discussed. / ;> A meeting oT the Woitt�n'� Mission-ary Society was ,heid at fh'e home of Mrs. L. B. Dtmcan Saturday. We understand the farm'of Kessler Bros., Hast of town, Is .about to exchange hands, having be^n bought by company from Ore^oni With the approach bt spring the nutation of sidewalks Is again to the for,e. Wn have good'reaaon'ttf believe, however,. ;now Jhat' we have a live leeve at the holm, any turtbor comment in this connection will not be DAILY HfcRALD PAGE garage. kUd purchase a team and outfit and hlr� a man to operate it and if he should havb time on his* hands, to keep the stroots in repair and team g^m,^ !� ��^�bMt kp*aWj� fcway the acpuraulatiun of rubbish, It PLT InnnDnl/LllllLMTC ^'o proposed to sink one or more ' "The town can easily assume this ---- obligation without ombarrassmont (From Our Own Co.rMponU.nt) t��b sUggeatcd Improvftmente ore Lomond, Mar. 9.-The instruments ^^s^l}^ ,^^11^-, . for our brass band have fcrrivorf and , ,Thf�,iT.f 1 in .1, o^^^^^ we'expect somo music as aoon as nic,i J',T��i.,'Sf ZMpi another week or tWo all the birds will be h^me to roott. JOHN DILLON WILL NOT GIVE STATEMENT Dublin, March 13.--.Tohn DIllon,who guccbeded John Hedmoiid as loader of the Irish Natlonallsta said to the As sdciattdPl'tefe'today that he did not think e(ny'Btit(iment of the Irish party policy jCOil| a Bos f Hoi mil Win the War Serve your eowtry and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile . (rfalns of.Wcstern Canada. The CBiiadlan'Pki9iiv Railway mokes i,t easy for:you to begin. Lands tU to t?0 an acre: irrigated land up to tSO; vSO years to pay. Loan'' to osilst settlers on irrigated loiTds. Get full portkvlars and free illus-,, trated litoralure fronn r > , . �IUN MMEi^jtai'ltilt CP.lLUtdi 90S It* i.tMl. CALGARY Jamea C. LIvlngtone and Harry PHI Ing have, (Mtered Into partnership, tho firm to be> known aa Livingstone and Pilling, and they have aucccedod in securing tho agency for the Olds-mobile, one 'of. the olawtest-cars on the market. Tbey have opened their offices In Mr. Pilllng'a old stand on eth St. S.,. opposite the Herald, and today unloaded \ a carload of the new cars which are being put into atook. On Friday or Satvnfajk.'they oxpecc another carload to arrive, rafter which thny will be ready fpr the puMlo. The Olt^amohllo has-been mamiMct-uied for the paat hed it, liavins all the bustnesB he oould attend to olherwiie. It is raanufaoturad In Laos lag, Michigan, In alz aad eight cyltnd or modalt, built in'HMdater, touring and apbrtatei' tjrpea. The aportater la one of the latest in aato maanfacturfe, and one ot tiu�se little bfautlee will be. eeao. on th�(atraet| in a taw days. It'll the new firm's tntaatloa to ea-tabltsh agenetes at OardetOBi Warner, Coutts, Taber and oth^r oontic* la.the aouth. A fuUllne^ot parts will alio be carried, white a centi;al'diatrlbatlng ^aceaoy at Calvary, will alw^ya have � fltock' within easy reach. The new coneem will oarry on Mr.'. PiUing's rapidly bus Ineaa. Ju^t recently there hai been in stalled generator eaulpmaut,to ttlt\(i the Bxide b�ttary;�arTice station, while a complete eautpmant of K.W. magne'toB tor traetora -and autos la alao being carrlod. .- ' Massrsi Llrinvitone and Pillina in vile the public to,TieU them and in-epeut /the Qldiiraoblla at their ahow room.i. oppof|it� th^ Herald at apy. WAS m DEAD, W BACK 10 Li Stratfovd, OBt.,..l|ar, 14:>-a oaaa of tha.dead oomtnihaefc tf lltauthat ot Stobor Winlw'fLbneyvoC fHouahtoni Saak,, who waa-offlglallyraiiiortad killed in tha: Halitet' M^loflloB whaa; liV waa aarviavi'pa ^ tha- Nloba, Stoliar Lonay t^aa a TMtor^ Stratford >ea. torday u4 toM #,ihH�iat;itory of how the a>nQu�|i%i^nad* him loaa'hi^ lul^red hfa m, Mr tM^wr'aspacte to UNION OJP^WBSr ' INDIK8AN|]i CANADA ' Halifax. Mar^' n;rrM J!�|(ar4ars meeting of the boi^rd pf.triula connotlr ihe'tiuggaRtioi;; of'uat�tf?pf the Wast Indies with Qaaada, ,raq|.ntly;?:referred to by Judge Bnjw^en^ Hapiiltoa of the ,|.oevrn,i;a Ulaad9'li^r'linV'a4dr ' ' The Woat' fnd>e^Pommittea of the' council will b�!'.ttako4^r|^b�tU aiWI p,OTt,.tfl. t)^,b��oio.^^' The Mollne Plow Co. la about the oldeat implement Company In America, their reputation la about the highest arid :*haa stood foi* nearly M yeara. This. reputation la pledged behind * THE MOLINE UNIVERgAL , \ TRACTOR - ~The Tractor that ia all Tractor. The One Man Tractor. It ia no experiment. For two ' ysark they have tried it out Iri the gtatee before placing it in Canada with Immense auecass. "We have had no trouble with the Mqllne 'factor." la the vital posltlone In the acorea of lattara we have received from American farmera. The Molina'Traetor la unsx-.callad on tough aell. AGENT FOR LETHBRIDQE . W. KEITH BEI.L Lathbrldge Hotaj AUCTION SALE THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN TOMORROW, FRL, MAR. iSth , AT TWO O'CLOCk gHARP, OF 36 HE Aid of M^ES & All brololii and 1100 to 1400 lbs. aaeh. l-ainBTLAND PONY. >t FRKH COW AND CALF. ' - TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer SECOND ANNUAL SA^ OF .(Shorthorns and Herefords) WediT^dsday, Mar. 20 AT ONE O'CLOCK At Farmers' Feed Barn, Lathbrldge � 70 OF HIOH^ CLASS hbad richly iRCO bulls AND 'FT-MALES of THE most POPULAR: lood LINES ANl> Y'* and" C, weight 2800; 1 team grey mares, age 3, weight 2800; 1 ^ learn black and bey mares, age 3, weight 2700; 1 team bay mares, age 4, weight 2600; 1 team bay mares, ago 4 and 6, weight 2600; 1 Only, bay mare, age 8, weight 1400; 1 team grey geldings^ age 3, weight 3900; 1 team, black geldings,'age 3, weight 3900; I team i grey geldings, age ,3,'weight 2800; 1 team roan geldings, age 5 and '] 7, weight 2400; 1. team Iroan and bay geldings,(nge 4,\wielBht,'2400; ] 1 grey Grade stud tialt, rising 2, weight 1300;; 1 blacl^ Grade stud I colt, rising 2, welgh�'13C0;. 1 grey Grade stud'colt, riaing 2, weight , 1200; 1 team sorrel,mares,^ age 4 and 5, weight 1100,'will.mako fancy saddle horses; 1 black saddle niare, age 4, weight 1050; 1  bay mare, gentle for a-lady to drive, age 6, weight 1000; 1 roan pony gentle, ago �, weight 1000. , All above mares supiposed to be In foal. Tlie borses are Clrde and Percheron.' \ Terms of Saltr-Haif cash, and credit on the balanc* till fall. NO REBSRVE, ONLY ON THE TWO STALLIONS. ; , FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. V ,0. GARRISON,: . . . . . A. W. LINTON, Auetlo.neer : Ownar* ' AUGTiON SALE OF iJti'a a.1 Id.*' farm Stock and Implements Atl9-^22,W.o{4lk,4mauWe>tdtM ' Oil Thiirsdsiy, Mar. 21st i AT. ONK O'CLOCK SHARP "'V'-,'!>;(".':.�� .3 .��:..> \ .. HORSCS-^i'teani'bUi^lc geldings, 6 ahd 8 years old, weight 2700 Ibs.i 1 team bay m>res, 7 and 8 years'old, weight 2800 lbs.;; 1 grey inaro," 4 ?eWs'oldVW6li5Wfl400-lb�.; 1 grey eeldlngs, ti xeara old, weight 140a;)b8.j 1 bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs:; 1 team bay Kfil&mgMl'^'ynn' old, weight 3600 lbs.; 2 'saddle horses, 4 and 8 y0ar�-old;^doublatenibBruos8; 25 horse coUari, sizes 18 to 22. - ~ - ' J, - . IMrt.CMCNTS.itTC-T'l duck foot cultivator, nearly .new| li'S 4 section steel barrow; 2 Kung plows; 1 Mussey-IIarris S-fout binder: 'vi i-OMrinc blnder)..4:lumber wagon'and grnln^Unk.;-!'lumber wagon' ' and box; 1 mower,'5-foo^; 1 hay rack; 1 land'packer; l\'di8o  harrow; 1 sfnglo buggy;a.walklng plow; iMcCormlok binderjsl fanning mill; l blaolti|mlth forg?; 1 teed grlnd^9%t�tflmnMii.eittem. ��;�>i^i^M!(e�K,^WlMot^to'ba'V�y�^ r^Wi'mbsr lBt, 19;t�, �|)|�r�|!yf(|;)|J9lrtt,;nipt�� with 8 per eeirt amounts; or 6 iMr.etnL (>ff:�ll '�r�dlt amtunta for cMh. c ' ' ^^AMM.A. SMITHr^^^^ny<| iHILMKR aROS.), wimMm.'.:.. 8362704454 ;