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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; MARCH J^, 1918 *m.�ing.lhrouKli':tlio Change of Life."; -Mrs. KnANKilBNS&N, 1316 9. Orcfasds St.-, Urbano,;li).) �=  ' iWomen who suffer irom nervousness, "jioat flashes," backache,, headaches, nd "the blues" should try this'fathoua root and herb remedy, Lydia E, Piak-bam's Vogetablo Compound. lilNSWKBY ULDERSiWRECe Harrlsburg.Penn., March 15.~The Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chicago Express lon the Pennsylvania Railroad, westbound 'from Philadelphia, was struck by boulders while passlnig Uirdugh tho country near Elizabeth-town, 17 miles east of hero at 1 o'clock this morning. Tho rocks wrecked two sleepers'and caused tho deaths. o� two persons. Fifteen . otliei; liassengers were Injurotl.'yUo'Ji'qiUf'" train brougl^^ 13 of the Injtfrod to tfie Harrlsburg hospitals, Including Archibald Storfen of ^Icfntrigalii/cut aboutitUe face! REisiRlilRlEN 0 BOILD UP PALESIE nt 612 t,hi^.d.ave. 8. lethbridge Reasonable-Rent /t'right in the heart of ; the , best' business >>^- ^ district. " apply to ' V A. SOUTHARD !! 2211 Seventh 3t. W. Bottles and Babies. A prominent woman physician has Ihls to say about the feeding of bot� tie babies: "Babies aro creatures ot ^ habit, and can easily be trained to ths utmost regularity. To this end the In. tant should be allowed 20 minutes to each bottlo, and if It Is not finlshod then It ought to be taken away. Thus It will learn to take Us meals regularly ami quickly." ' For everybody knows that babies will dawdle over tho bottle, keeping the nlpplo In the lips'longer than la good, either lor digestion or the ehaps of the mouth. Meals properly apportioned are sut-flclent when methodically taken. II babv cries, glre It water. And rerfiom-ber that baby's food should ba regulated, not only by age, but by growth- R". gardless of the months, a largo fast-Browing chlld^requlres more food than one who Is small and slow in growth. There Is a tendency to act tjiis, a'nd over-feed the puny child. This Is bad because the sickly child will'suffer rpore from the over-crowd, T-ho -matter Is at present engaging the attention of. Hon. Arthur Melgheri, the members of the land'attlenient board ,and' the officials Interior department.- � \ i � r 26 AR E ^ ISai N G . Halifax, aMnr. 15.-Tito habeas corpus application In .the of Pilot Pratipls Mackay; Who was committed tor trial o'n-ii,ph&rgb of manslaughter In. connoctldn yifh tho Mimt fJlanc-Imo collision w;hidl caused tlie Halifax dl.?, wasgriihted today by Judge Uuss'dll, who sfated In liis Judgment that there sooinea to be bKfore him no evidence uponiwhlch un iiiibiased tribunal couhi hold" Pilot Macltay criminally culpable. The JudRimint la a lengthy one containing an oxlonalve summary of tho ovldenco (.alt5!n bdfore Magistrate McLood. The jndgo lays particular stress on the (svlilonco. ot ; Captain McKlnney, who did not testify before the Drysdalo cnniiniBsion and who said that the Belgian rfiiief ship imo was on tlie �wrong .'ililp of the harbor .when tho collision uoi:umnl. In conclusion the judge quoted precedents tor his t-indlng and says: "I have come to tho i:nnclu.slon that thero is no evidence In tho case to; substantiate a charge of manslaughter, i antl I must order that the prisoner be. discharged." � Helmsman a German Halifax, March 15.-In the supreme court today W. J.^O'IIearn, counsel I tor Pilot Mackay. presented an affl-| davit ,'tendlng to bhow that Johann; Johaniiosen, who- was holmsraau on tho.Imo when the collision ot Decem> ber 0 occurred, was ot German nationality. Mr. O'llearn submitted that he had Information t6 the effect that Geo. F. Adair and his wife ot Pueblo, Colo;, had recognized,Jphannn.sen's portrait as that of a man who had once been In their employ and had then i claimed to be a Gorman. . Washington, March 15.-nopresen-tatlves of the Czech nation at Prague have mado a public declaration of their nation's unsha^keabio' will and unnssaHnblo right to self-determination and complete political Independence from Austria. All reports of tho proceedings of the Czech rcpre-, sontatlves-wero ordered suppressed by tho Austrian censors, but details have reachod tho Czech-Slovak National Council bore and today they were mado public. SOCIALIST MAYOR REIVIOVED Milwaukee, Wis., Mar. 15.-Mayor Daniel W.. -Mahon was removed as chairman of the county council ot do-fonso today by a vote of IR to 5. Only Socialist mcraborg voted to retain him, Including Iho mayor lilmHelf. Tho mayor's removal was Iho result of his failure to answer n (lueHtlonnalro with regard to matlars affecting the -war in connection wUh his platform as a Socialist (Uindldate lor ru-electlon. Kortolk, Va., Mar. 15. - Warrants charging forty-three memhers of tho crew of the Uusslan steamship Omsk with violations ot tho Ksplonago Act woro Issued here last night by federal authorities as tho result at an examin- ation ot documents seized with firearms wh9n government agTnts searcli-od the ship. The men were already in Jail as a result of theii" efforts of tho previous night to flei;!0 tho vessel after they had boon paid oft and paroll-ed. The cargo is conaignod to a British port. Tho warrants against the man specifically chargo interference with foreign relations and neutrality, failure to comply with port regulations by .n-terfcrlng with a naval guard placed on tho ship by Collector Hamilton an4 plotting to seize a neutral vossol. 33 KING THANKS HIM London,'Mar. 15.--King George to day sent for Mr. Henry Davidson, chairman of the American .Ited Cross wax council who nrrivcd in England a fow days ago atid thanked him tor -tho contribution ot $1,000,000 which was given recently by the .American Rod Cross to the British society. Jhe llDlifle Plow Co. is about the oldest Implement Company in America, their reputation Is ^bout the highest and has stood "for nearly 50 years. This reputation Is pledaed behind  V THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR The Tractor that Is all Tractor, and a One Man Tractor. It Is no experiment. For twu years they have tried It out In the States before placing It in Canada with immense success. "We have had no trouble with the Mollne Tractor" Is the strong poin't In th'e scores of letters we have received from American farmers. The fi^oline Tractor It unexcelled on tough sod. AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT W. KEITH BELL Lethbridge Ho^el ftlEN APRIL RAIN. OMK rain, soft April rain, -Brtns back the flowers �aln! . Come, rain, make of my. Eambrel eaves,.-A iwlmmlng-pool for wl'r,- �ter'B leaves. Then rain on buddlnc sprouts and say: "To-morrow will bring an� other day, And April's aUn and wot kiss Shall waken thee to �, Come rain, rain, Brlns sumi seatn! soft A�rt� bSck Rain, say which wind thou lovest best. The north.? The south? The burly wasti Ono thine.I know, tlipu llkeat least To drive betora the'Thurllsh eaSt. Rain, rain upen tho quick and dea4~ Thou tallest alike lipon th* >iea4 , Of unjust and of just, with frt* ^ And all Impartial ckarity. 'Vw. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS On N. Ef Quarter Section 34, Rge. 23, West 4th, Il^^ipes South East of Nobleford On Tiresday, Mar. 19th COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. SHARP 1 brown gelding, 6 years old, ISOOUbs.; 1 black inare, 5 years old, 1500 lbs,; 1 black gelding, 4 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 10'years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay yearling colt; 1 black tllly, a sucker: 1 lumber wagon; 1 single buggy^ 1 Massey-Harrls seeder, 22'double jlisc; 1 MasseyTHarrls gang plow; 1 Massey-Harrls Greal West si^HcJr plow; 1 P. & 0. breaking plow, sulky; 1 4-sectlon Diamond harrow; 1 harrow cart; 1 blacksmith/orge and anvil; forl5,B; shovels; rakes "and other tools too numerous to mention; wheelbarrow and road scraper; 3 duzeii chickens; also bousehoib goods as I am quitting ' farming. TERMS OF SALE-Seven months credit on furnishing approv v' ' ; . EX-SENATOR DiEAD i � ' ';  � Marlnitto, ^WIs.^ Mar. IB.-Former TJnltBd'States Senator iaaaoiStephon-spn'dled early this moaning.., "THCnemWilHOUT A RCBR neWIDANDBOTnCDOY THE LeTHBfllOjSe BRtoWiNG �r MAtTINQ^Ca iJP. UTHBRIOdl, ALBBflTA. I � "Woman'a Mllltarlam."' ; "Woman's Innate mllltarlMa"-tllli lis Krhat one London paper calla/tHe ! latest patrlotJc response on the-^rt I of'women. It is ascribed, partly tp Iter ) innate militarism, and .partly to I her love of excitement and fads. Of i course, the editor allows, too, nobler ; motives.- : � � ' ' ' The movement under dlscuuion is .the (ormatlon of a military 'corps called "The Flrst..Aid Nuralni'Yeomanry Corps," and Is an eeho ot. the general Jingo sentiment noticeable-in all KngltAd. It was (ounde4 a year ago by Gapt. Baker ances, and dresi tho teuppoiedf wounds. iHlfles aometlmee^ take thai, place ot splints to'guard against >tbat 'emergency, in.actual experience; The Bwash-buokler novelty of the Idea m^y repel, some pritlcs, but the majority Is charitably withholding Judgment until time tells whether the" movement has Us root In a,teminlA� p^fondnevs tor smart tunics, and nup^ .caps, or In patrlbUo ioalrtad .wemaaiy isympathy. , i , " ( ., to* AUCTION SALE of FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the East % Sec. 17-6-22,4 milei l^brth and 2 miles *West of Magrath. - - - 19 miles South of Lethbridge On MONDAY, MARCH 18th COM.MENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP 44 HEAD OF HORSES-1 registered B�Slglan stallion, coming 4 . years old, weight 2000 lbs. Papers will be furnished at time of sale.; i team grey geldings, 4 and 6 yeai's old, weight 3200 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, 5 yeara-old, weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, 9 years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 1 team brown maros, 4 and 5, weight 2C00 lbs.; 1 team roan mares, 10-years old, welmht'3000 lbs.;- 1 team grey tnares, 4 and 8 years, weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 0 years .old, weight 2800'lbs,; I'team brown and''black mares, 7 years old, weight 2400 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 10 years old, weight 3300 lbs,; 1 team bay geldings, 6 years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 7 coits coming i year old, mares and geldings; 4-2year old colts, maros and geldings; 6 other good workhorses, young and right. � 25 brood sows, with,pig; 10 barrows; 1 boar. 72 HEAD OF CATTLE-20. head of milch cows, sonio fresh, balance to bo fresh soon; '2 registered Shorthorn hulls, papers furnished toming 4 and. 5 years old; ^0 head.ot other woll bred young cattle, not described. �, , IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-13 sets work harness;'! fanning mill;- I Massey-Harrls. mnnurtf spreader; .8 grain tanks, complete; 3 bundle racks, complete, gowas new; 3 wagons; 6 binders,-4 MoCormlckmid 2 Peering; 1 drill, new; i.Hoosler press.drill; 1 land packer;^ 24foot drags and carts; 1 14-inch Oliver gaug plow; 1 14-inch John Doere ganig plow; 1 IG-inch walking plow; 1 John Deero .breaking attachment for gang; ,Jl McCormick mowing machine; 2 els,potatoes; 1 oroani; separator, Magnet m^li^o; 1 democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 32-h.p, Reeves epglno, out 4 yeors; 1 42-70 Avery Separator, �new, complete equipments; i 12-bottom John Deere engine gang, complete with Bl,vbble and breaker bottoms; 1 cook car, complete with stove and. ut.ensHB;-^! bunk car; COO bushels lyiarauis seed wheat;. iSH. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED At NOON. ' / . LOUIS FELLGER, OWNER NiC^LSON A^QEJIERT, Auetlonesra JAB., ATKINSON, Clark' Auction Sale having SOLD MY farm 1 will sell BY public auction ON then; y;^. quarter 31-10-22, w. 4TH, 3-MILES east OF nobleford, 6 miles n.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, 8 years old; 1 bay geldings', 5 years old; 1 bay gelding, 6 years old; 1 bay gelding, 10 years old; 1 bay marc, 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 sell my Pure Dred Clyde Stallion, a good one. If you want good horses, well broko and ready foe spring work this is'your chance. NINE CAT'TLE-1 good milch cow; 3 black helfors, 2 years old; 3 steers, 2 years old; 2 yearling heifers. . FARM MACHINERY-1 Massey-Harrls binder, No. 5; 2 disc harrows. In and out throw; 1 I.H.C. double disc drill; 1 IJJ.C. single disc drill; 1 No. 31 Foston fanning mill. In good condition; 2 wagons, with box; 2 bundle bucks, made f* sheaf loader. , 2 large piles ot lumber; a number of fence posts; 3 seti double work harness. ' HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE-1 Bell organ; ' 1 dresser; cupboard; table;' 3 heating stoves and raany othe^ articles too numerous to mention. terms OF SALE-All sums of flO.OO and under cash; a credit to November Ist, 1918, on all sums over that amount. Purchasers giving approved notes bearing 8 per cent, interest from date. 5 per cent, disooiint for cash on credit amounts. Free Lunch at Neen. ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer Come Early and Look the ^tuff Over, ''^ J. H. CLARK, Owner _L BIG'AUCTION SALE ON NORTH HALF OF 20.12-24 O^n'Starllne Road, 15 miles, east of^Clareaholm, 7 mllea weat of Baront. 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 buckskiu mare, 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 Percheron Stallion, with both United States and Canada, will be 2 years.old on May 20th. 10 GOOD MILCH COVVS. All milking at present. ABOUT 30 HEAD BROOD SOWS; 1 pure bred Daroe Jersey' boar; 6 pure bred Duroc Jersey sows. Six sheep and one ram. , . 1 I.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 2545; 1 I.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 10-20; 27 In. Aultman-Tayloir Separator, with Qardon City Feeder; 1 7-bottom P. & O. engine gang plow, with both bottoms. FARM MACHINERY, FURNITURE,! ETC�irt4ll I ;, amounts; or 8 per eent,>-off jiireredllr'sniijii'nts for CB8l�igi\�' ',\ . .1 \ JAMES A. SMITH, AuptlMSer HlCwiB, �Rgs'''^^^''-*-- � /I 1 ;