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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta friday; march 1s, 1018 THE \LETHimiDGIv daily iifrald PAGE SKVEW Great Ruction onsumption Liquor in Gt. �++ d owt {London, Mar. 15.-Consumption of Intoxicating liquors in Croat Britain owing* lu tho reductions lnal.itut.csd by tho government la now only one-third of what It was four yearn ago, Premier JjloyoN George dcVlarcd IVan address to the, Free Churchmen at tho City Temple today when challenged about the drink traffic. No spirits wore being manufactured �t nil, no said, and any ono who four years ago had'predicted such a tiling would not have been believed, n- anything else-memory' of tho would disgrace tho heroic dead. Great Strain Instead of having hunger at one end and surfeit at. tho other, said tho premier, there wan a fair distribution among all classes and ranks.-Speaking of the manner in which the carrying on of the war taxed hia strength, ho added: "I know that the very zeal which, by my oath t,o my king and country, and my Invo of my native [land, I fiolt bound to throw into my Tho premier reiterated that if it [lank han led to inisundorKlandiiig,* came to a question of choosing be-1 with my best friondu wh\nh have enus- WHY AUNTY'S NEVER SICK. twecn bread and beer, the government would nor. hesitate a moment. Tho present, ho added, was an hour of grave national emergency, the ap-peal of war waa greater than patriotism because it was an appeal for help ngalnst the forces of brutality and a cry ot conscience against tho greed nnd lust of one power. Tho function uf the churches was to koop the na-i!ou up to the lovel of ltB high purpose when entering tho war. No nation had ever cnVered war with a more holy purpo.se. Tho churches must keep the war to the end a holy war; ed "mo morn diMrosa than 1 can tell you; but pardon me, I have no time to clear that up now. I luivo a terrible task upon my shoulder^,' a task almost more than \i man can hear, and I ask your help, sympathy and prayer?. "Show ma any way by which wo can make peace without betraying the great and sacred trust for which we entered the war. I will listen gladly, gratefully and thank God for the light glven.*mo. Short of that, more peace talk is undermining tho fibre and morale of the nation." dell OLKS tell m� I look oatf;. And old, and past prime. And yot, Vm nnver Hick % unassailable right to self-detcrmina- MansfclUghter Charge Is Nol|tion a,I(J complete political independence from Austria. All reports of the proceedings of tin- Czech representatives were ordered :-mppresHed by the Austrian censors, but details have reachod tho Czech-Slovak Nat ional I Council hero and today they were made public. Sustained By Evidence, Says Judge ST�ts sick, you F.jy tho tlnv Vrt nunot] li'm rounrl, Ana hclpr-d that wifo o* his, t 1>*lt SO I I'i^Hr fOJ'ftOt All 'bout my rh(ii:mai!z. Annlhnr tim� 1 started in. With a rtynp^psy �^an\ * Then Mnrthy had a baby, and I hurt to go out there, Tlipn Ma'u htxvM jjni 1 o tchlrT r Bccnicrt notiiln' ^vouWl relieve Iicr, fcrnl just its Hhe got oaey. Pa Came down with typhoid fevor. So how on rarth can I get pick? 'Twoulil almost Tin a crime, With everybody else upset, X never find the time. Halifax, Mar. la.- The habeas corpus application in tho Magistrate MoLood. TL..- judge lays regard to matU/s affecting the war � particular stress on the .-vidc-noe of) in conne.i^lon with his platform as a Captain IVloKinney, who did not testi.'y | Socialist, candidate lor re-election. ' before the Drysdaln fttinuii^aum and i who said that the Helghtn ndiof ship i Tmo was on the wrong >'.-.]'� ol' the har-' bor when the collision ��� curred. In conclusion the judge quoted precedents for his finding ;ind s;iys: "1 have come to the '-amdusiun that there is no evidence in ;n�* case to substantiate a chargo of manslaughter, and I must order thai the prisoner be disciia rged." Helmsman a German Halifax, March 15.- In the supreme court today W. J. OMiearn, counsel for Pilot Mac.kay. presented an affi that. Johann Bottles and Babies, A prominent woman physician has this to say about the feeding of bottle babies: "Babies are creatures of habit, and can easily be trained to the i davit tending to show utmost regularity. To this end the in- ! dolmnnesen, who was helmsman on i the Imo when the collision of December (i occurred, was of Herman nationality. i\lr. OTIearn submitted that he had information to tho effect that Geo. The Moiine Plow 4 is about the oldest Implement Company in America, their reputation is about the highest and has stood for nearly 50 years. This reputation is pledged behind THE I German pre into a towering rage, the Copenhagen correspondent of the Exchange' TeJcnrnph Company cables. The newspapers demand that the Germans take the most drastic counter measures if Holland gives way to the allies. fant should be allowed 20 minutes to each bottle, and if it, is not finished then it ought to be taken away. Thus It will learn to take its meals regularly and quickly." For everybody knows that babies Will dawdle over the bottle, keeping the nipple in the lips longer than la good, either tor digestion or the ehape of the mouth. Meals properly apportioned are sufficient when methodically taken. Ii baby^ cries, give It water. And remember that baby's food should be regulated, not only by age, but by growth. Re- I F. Adair and his wife of Pueblo, Colo.,) had recognized Johannesen's portrait j as that of a man who had once been in their employ and had then.clalmed to be a German. KING THANKS HIM London, Mar. 15.-King George to day sent for Mr. Henry Davidson, i chairman of the American lied Cross j war council who arrived in England a ; few days age and thanked him for the ; Keed Help to Pass-the Crisis Safely-Proof that Lydia E. Fink-hasa'd Vegetable Compound Can he Relied Upon, 15.T The Chicago Urhanajll.-"DurinpChangcof Life, In addition to its annoying symptoms, I had an attack of grippe which lasted fill winter and left rne in a weakened condition. I felt at times that I would never be well again ^*SrH^iM I read of Lydia L. ' 'y^Wm table Com pou nd and what it did for women passing through the Change of Life, so I told my doctor 1 would try it*. 1 soon began to gain in Btrenjrth and the annoying1 syinp torn a d is-uppeared and your Vegetable Compound has made mo a well, strong woman so 1 do all my own housework. 1 cannot recommend Lydia E. Pinltham's Vegetable Compound top highly to women pas^'innr'through' tho Change of Life." -Mrs. Frank IIbnsom, 1316 S. Orchade-St, Urbana, 3fii,. Women who Buffer from nervousness, "heat flashes/' backache, headaches and *'the blues" should try thi3 famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Fink-b&m'a Vegetable Compound. Harrisburg.Penn., March Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Express ton the Pennsylvania Hail-road, westbound from Philadelphia, was struck by boulders while passing through tho country near Elizabeth-town, 17 miles east of hero at 1 o'clock thiu morning. Tho rock's wrecked two sleepers'ami caused the deaths of two persons. Fifte't-n other passengers were injured. The rqlief traju brought 13 of the injured to the Hurrisburg hospitals, including Archibald Storren of Montreal, cut ahout^ho face. ! contribution of $!,ono,("!i) which was gardless of the months, a largo fast- j rjvcn recently by tin* American Red j growing child requires more food than I Cross to the British society. one who Is small and slow in growth, I .._ There Is a tendency to act opposite to MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR The Tractor that Is all Tractor, and a 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 Moiine Tractor" Is the strong point In the scores of letters we have received from American farmers. The Moiine Tractor ft unexcelled on tough sod. AGENT FOR LETHBR1DGE AND DISTRICT W. KEITH BELL Lethbrldge Hotel tpis, and over-feed the puny child. This Is bad because the sickly child will suffer more from the over-crowd-, ing of a weak stomach than from too little food. Freelfr air, plenty of sleep, 1 and care and regularity iu what ho 1 eats are more important than quantity, j Give the larger amount to the strong, | healthy child who shows that he cauti take care of and assimilate It AUCTION SALE 10 BUILD OP PALE ^ Boston, Mass., March 15.-A campaign to register all Jewish workmen in Massachusetts in furthering a plan for the upbuilding of Palestine was be-gnn today by the Poal Zion Association. The census will be made .by about 200 committees and it is believed the industrial army will be shown to contain 10,000. Enlisting of more recruits among the Jews for military service in British army in Palestine was put in charge of Simon Holdman, one of the first to volunteer from Boston, who returned yesterday from the training camp at Windsor, N. S., to take up his work. no land is yet set aside for soldiers f FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS On N. E. Quarter Section 34, Rge. 23, West 4th, i APRIL RAIN, OMB rain, soft April rain. Bring- back the flowers a&ai n! Come, rain, make of my gAmbrel eaves, A swimming-pool for win* ter> leaves-Then rain on butfdln* sprouts and flay: "To-morrow will bring an* other day, And April's sun and my wot KIbs Shall waken thee to sum* Ojer bliss.,f V �> Miles South East of Nobleford n Tuesday, Mar. 19th years mare, COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. SHARP 1 brown gelding, 6 years old, 1500 \lbs.; 1 black mare, 5 old, 1500 lbs,; 1 black gelding, 4 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay 10 years old. 1200 lbs.; 1 bay yearling colt; 1 black filly, a sucker; 1 lumber wagon: 1 single buggy; 1 Massey-Harrls seeder, 22 double disc; 1 Massey-Harris gang plow; 1 Masscy-Harris Great West sutfiy plow; 1 P. i<: O. breaking plow, sulky; 1 4-section Diamond harrow; 1 harrow cart; 1 blacksmith forge and anvil; forks; shovels; rakes and other tools too numerous to mention; wheelbarrow and road scraper; 3 dozen chickens; also householcl goods as I am quitting farming. Come rain, soft April rain, Bring summer again! back Ottawa, March 15:-tt is officially stated that no formal recommendations have as yet. been submitted" to j the cabinet as to the setting aside of Rain, say which wind thou lovest best. The north? The south? Th� burly west? Ono thing I know, tlwu llkeat leapt To drive before the Thurlish ea�t. Kain, rain upen tho quick and dead, Thou fallest alike upon the head Of unjust and of just, with freo ^y. And all impartial charity. � TERMS OF SALE-Seven months credit on furnishing approved joint notes, with interest at eight per cent, per annum on all credit atnourtts, or five per cent, off for cash. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer T. L. DAVIS, Prop., Nobleford AUCTION "Woman's Militarism* "Woman's innate militarism"- is what one London paper calls of FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS Rent! land area* in the west under the roI,1-! Ia.te3t Patri.��.c response on the p*rt THIRD AVE. S. BRIDGE lera* settlement scheme. The matter is at present engaging the attention of lion. Arthur Melghcn. the members of The land sttlcment board and the officials interior department. 26 ARE MISSING Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh bt. W. Calgary, Alberta, London, Mar. 3 5.-Twenty-six sons are missing in consequence collision between a naval vessel the British steamship Itathmore. vivors have been landed at Kingstown, Ireland, by destroyers. per-of a an d Sur- EX-SENATOR DEAD Marinette, Wis., Mar. 15.-Former United States Senator Isaac Stephenson died early this morning. "the eeen wifHouTA peer 1 * 1- r t BREWED AND BOTTLED OY COLD The Lethbridge Brewing & Halting Co. Ltd. LtTHBRlDGE, AL3ERTA. of women. It Is ascribed, partly to her innate militarism, and partly to her love of excitement and fadts, Ot course, tho editor allows, too, nobler motives. The movement under discussion is tho formation of a military corps called "The First^Aid Nursing Yeoman-ry Corps," and Is an eebo of the gen-eral jingo sentiment notlcaable- In all ' Fmglaftd. It was founded a year ago by Capt. Baker, but only last week did tts real status become generally known. Its object is to render first aid to the wounded and to follow up cloee to the cavalry and horse artil* lery. Each trooperess mual be over five feet three inches In height; she~i must provide her own outfit, Including a horse and its care.- So it will be seen that there are limitations, and tjaj the ranks are recruited from women of position and means. Dally practice combines the vork of cavalryman and nurse. They ride up to the wounded man, dismount, produce surgical and medical appliances, and dress the ^supposed) wotmda. Rifles sometimes^take ths place of splints" to guard against that ' emergency in actual experience. The swash-buckler novelty of the Idea may repel some critics, but ths majority la charitably withholding Judgment until time tells whether the movement has its root in a feminiht fondness for smart tunics and Jaunty caps, or In patriotic zeal and womanly 'sympathy. , HAVING SOLD MY FARM, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the East */2 Sec. 17-6-22, 4 nules North and 2 nules West oi Magrath. - - - 19 mites South of Lethhridge On MONDAY, MARCH 18th COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP 44 HEAD OF HORSES-1 registered Belgian stallion, coming 4 years old, weight 2000 lbs. Papers will be furnished at time of sale; i team arey geldings, 4 and 6 years old. weight 3200 lbs.; I team brown mares, a years-old, .weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, ft years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 1 team brown marcs, 4 and 5, weight 2G00 lbs.; 1 team roan mares, 10 years old, weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team grey mares, 4 and H years, weight ;5000 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 9 years old, weight 2S00 lbs.; 1 team brown and black marae, 1 yeai'a old, weight 2100 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 10 years old, weight 3300 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 6 years old, weight 2S00 lbs.; 7 colts coming 1 year old, mares and geldings; 4-2year old colts, mares and geldings; G other good work horses, young and right. ; 25 brood sows, with pig; 10 barrows; 1 boar. 72 HEAD OF CATTLE-20 head of milch cows, some fresh, balance to be fresh soon; 2 registered Shorthorn hulls, papers furnished coming 4 and 5 years old; 50 head of other well bred young cattle, not described. IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-13 sets work harness; 1 fanning mill; I Massey-Harris manure spreader; 3 grain tanks, complete; 3 bundle racks, complete, gootjras new; 3 wagons; 6 binders, 4 McCormlck and 2 Peering; 1 Kentucky presB drill, new; l.Hoosier press drill; 1 land packer; #2 24-foot drags and carts; 1 14-inch Oliver gang plow; 1 14-inch Jo tin Deere gang plow; 1 10-inch walking plow; 1 John Deere breaking attachment for gang; 1 McCormick mowing machine; 2 8-foot John Deere Discs, in and out throw; 1 8-foot spring tooth cultivator; 1 potato icultivator; i breaking cart; 1 blacksmith's outfit, complete; 1 bob sled; 2 drag carte; 1S00 lbs. binding twine; 50 bushels potatoes; 1 cream separator, Magnet mike; 1 democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 32-h.p. Reeves engine, out 4 years; 1 42-70 Avery Separator, new, complete equipments; 1 12-bottom John Deere engine gang, complete with stubble and breaker bottoms; 1 cook car, complete with stove and utensilsri bunk car; 500 bushels Marquis seed wheat; 500 bushels seed oats; other things too numerous to mention; 100 chickens; 10 geese; 1 Ford truck; 1 Ford touring car. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED At NOON LOUIS FELLGER, OWNER NICHOLSON & GEBERT, Auctioneers JAS. ATKINSON, Clerk I A Auction HAVING SOLD MY FARM \ WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THEN. W. QUARTER 31-10-22. W. 4TH, 3-MILES EAST OF NOBLEFORD, 6 MILES W.W. OF KIPP, AND 8 MILES NORTH EAST OF MONARCH. On WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING Farm Stock, Implements, Etc. FOURTEEN HORSES-1 bay gelding, 0 years old; 1 bay gelding, S years old; 1 bay geldings', 5 years old; 1 bay gelding, 6 years old; 1 bay gelding, 10 years old; 1 bay mare, nine years old, in foal; 1 sorrel mare, six years old, in foal; 1 buckskin mare, 10 years old, in foal; 1 grey gelding, 2 years old; 1 black filly, 2 years old; 1 bay filly, 2 years old; 2 year old fillies; I will also *ell my Pure Bred Clyde Stallion, a good one. If you want good horses, well broko and ready for spring work this is your chance. NINE CATTLE-1 good milch cow; 3 black heifors, 2 years old; 3 steers, 2 years old; 2 yearling heifers. FARM MACHINERY-1 Massey-Harris binder, No. 5; 2 disc harrows, in and out throw; 1 I.H.C. double disc drill; J. IJI.C. single disc drill; 1 No. 31 Foston fanning mill, in good condition; 3 wagons, with box; 2 bundle bucks, made ftfr sheaf loader. 2 large piles of lumber; a number of fence posts; 3 sets double work harness. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE-1 Bell organ; 1 dresser; cupboard; table; 3 heating stoves and many other; articles too numerous to mention. -___.__________-_- � i TERMS OF SALE-All sums of $10.00 and under cash; a credit to November 1st, 1918, on all sums over that amount. Purchasers giving approved notes bearing 8 per cent, interest from date. 5 per cent, discount for cash on credit amounts. Free Lunch at Noon, ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer Come Early and Look the $tuff Over, J. H. CLARK, Owner AUCTION ON NORTH HALF OF 20-12-24 On'Starllne Road, 15 miles east of Claresholm, 7 miles west of Barons. On 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 buckskin mere, 7 years old; 1 buckskin horse, 9 years old; 1 buckskin mare, 2 years old; 1 span grey mules, 6 years old; 1 registered black P ere heron Stallion, with both United States and Canada, will be 2 years old on May 20!h. 10 GOOD MILCH COWS. All milking at present. ABOUT 30 HEAD BROOD SOWS; 1 pure bred Duroc Jersey boar; 6 pure bred Duroc Jersey sows. Six sheep and one ram. 1 I.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 25-45; 1 I.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 10-20; 27 in. Aultman-Taylor Separator, with Garden City Feeder; 1 7-bottom P. & O. engine gang plow, with both bottoms. FARM MACHINERY, FURNITURE, ETC.-2 Massey-Harris binders; 2 McCormick double disc drills, 20 discs; 1 McCormlck single drill, 16 discs; 1 12-foot disc harrow; 1 8-foot disc harrow; 1 8-foot spring disc harrow; 1 Moiine 4-section drag harrow; 1 3-sec-tion drag harrow; 1 John Deer harrow cart; 1 John Deere gang plow, three bottom; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 John Deerc sulky plow, both bottoms; 1 Deering mower; 2 3% wagons and tanks; is 3*4 wagons; 1 heavy democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 potato plow; 1 garden cultivator; 1 set light bob sleighs; 1 water tai\k, 12 barrels; 6 bundle racks; 1 12-foot hay rake; 1-Magnet creanTseparatbr; I hammerless Remington rifle, 22 calibre repeater; 1 33-72 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 stores; 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. WENDLEBOE, Owner HANK FANNING, Auctioneer, A UCTION ^ -j- A- L L < hU Implements At 19-5-22, W. of 4th, 4 miles West of Magratl On Thursday, Mar. 21 st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-1 team black geldings, 6 and S years old, weight 2700 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 1 grey mare, 4 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 grey geldings, 6 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 4 years old, weight 2600 lbs.; 2 saddle horses, � and S years old; 1 grade Percheron stallion, 8 years old, weight 1900 lbs.; 6 mares, 6 to 8 years old, weight 1300 each; 6 geldings, 4 to 8 y#ars old, .weight 1400 each. All above horses broke to work. CATTLE-H fresh cow; 2 cows to be fresh in spring; 6 store hogs, 125 lbs. cach. HARNES8-9 sets of double team harness; 25 horse collars, sizes 18 to 22. IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 duck foot cultivator, nearly new; 1 4-section steel harrow; 2 gang plows; 1 Massey-Harrls 8-foot binder; 1 Deering binder; 1 lumber wagon and grain tank; 1 lumber wagon and box; 1 mower, 5-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; 1 feed grinder, 15 inch burs; 1 * Sharpies croam separator; 1 Rumley engine, 15x45; 1 36-Rumely separator; above engine and separator only used one season; 1 6-furrow plow, gang, John Deer make. *� Also household furniture and effects. TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, balance te be payable November 1st, 1918, 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 BR037 Proprietors ;