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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 1fi, 1017 TJIR PAGE SEVEK EM HIT M OF "Pipe's Dlapeptln' Endi Your .Stomach -Troubles Forever, Wonder what uysct your willed iJOrllou of tlio food did llic tiani-' Alberta wllli a n. .C. Harroy, Ihe largest cheep sheared from 15 lo 25 pounds of lone randier ID Canada IWB utaricd off Elaplo wool, Tlicro was BOmo.doubl Urnblng Bwltara In a lorn- less loss age-do you? Well, don't bother. Kjporary caij.p Just eaat of Iho Iho ordlniry'raiige sheep, your Btoinach IB In revolt; If sour, a UanJ or 1200 Mr. Harvey liaa at present EaBSy and upset, ami what you Jual OWCB aiia jr [lift record of lambs" Of which arc ewes Liaa fermented Into stubuorn to ,iato Ucops up; they will soon liQi whose lamb crop [hla spring will lutnps; head dtezy and aches; bolch thQ niolhers of J800 limba. Tho cold! bring hla head up to "Most Cases and ncld and eructalo undlges- March WCatlior. soobiB to have tho lambs will come In April and Jt iroutd bo two jjoo'l dccJs ai DUO, ilJg, (or Iho nclfch- bor sparing a fcv-' ecccla or plains- would feed Iho family, wliilo Ilio eol- dlcr, coining would find hlE heart mpflo glad Locauso hla garden WRB riomlahnig yd. With kind regards to all at Loth- bridge, which Id still tho "only place lo llvo In; Btlll nglulng lor victory hlcli Is euro, Yonra truly. STEWAllT W. Somowhcrc Jn France, Feb. 12, 1317- led food; breath foul, loneuo (crrorB for the mile fellows, Jusf a far vory small. i tic mid In (ive inlnutca you wonder what hcraujo of (lio Indigestion find dis- Mr. Hnrvpy la countl on bunch of Iambs'for Ejrcedfpe stock. Pure bred Konincy rams have been The, early HOD la for Ihe pur- peso of farnlBliliig breeding slock .._.'. nm Ml. Ihorc n dearth good rams last j'car In Southern Al- berta. Tho 'icHlowing Idler enclosing a suggestion for thc cultivation of plota at Hie rear o[ EolcllcrB1 homes re lias Leon received hy Tho Jler- from Fto. S. W. Tuckinatl, who on active service: (ho J-Mltor ot The Herald, llio liberty of writing lo you, bul through llio columns of 'your valuable payer I should like to those men who arc "ltd Behind" through no -fault of llujlr awn, if Mllltoria ot men nnd women today i nftraboullctj Mr. Harvey's losses this' win- they couJd not form Into New York: KUEcno V. Dobs last workers of tho couiv a llttlo band to ECO thai our "lllllo'try to declare a nallon-wldc general know that Jt i3 necu owes, ami Mr, llarvoy uellcvcg Iho1 ter lisvo bteu gurdcis" nt the rear of our homes i Blrlko If the United States goes lo filomach.' A IIUIc Dlipcjisln oceablon-' r0sulL win revolutionise [i Op a In which costs only fifty cents a largo case at drug stores. K'a truly digests food and sets things alrfllghl, so gently and easily that-LI IB really aslonlfhlng. Plcaao, for your sake, don't go on and on wllli B weak, disordered atomacli; It's BO Large Sums Paid for Pure Bred Stock in This District What la' hollovcd to bo Ihe largest od will represent moro than purchase of pure-bred hulls ever made by ono man In Southern Alborta la no iv being consummated by Hay Knight, ivhe Is buying 200 Bliorthorns for bis herds as fast as. ho can get llicni. lie Is selling' off hla llcrcforda, switching to the new breed. Tho other day Hon. Duncan-Marshall delivered one shipment consisting .of C3 bulls and two lielfera (o Mr.'KpIght at fancy prices. Yesterday Inj bought about a LOOK AT TONGUEI IF COATED. dozcn at .thc Patrick'sale bero, and CLEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See If tongito la this Is a sure Elgn Its stomach, liver tnil. bowels arc-. clogged with1; Etur wnate.-' When listless, pale, full of cold, breath batlj throat sore, doesn't cat, sleep or ncL naturallj-, has .stom- tntllBCsllon, diarrhoea; gtvo a leaspoonful of "California Syrup of and in a hours all the foul waste, the and rcrineiitlng food passes buL of tlic bowels and you gavo.Mr. Patrick an. order for 10 more lo bo. delivered .-.on 1st. These will be, braue'it rom' Onlarlo, as were those purchased from lion. Dunca.i Marshall. "Tho pricca are Mr, Knlght'to th'o Herald tjila 'mornlnt' "but gboiJ 'sluff, ana they Tho wholo purchase when complct liavo a TV ell and playful Children love ha liild. again. "trail la.T- The ealo by J. 11. Patrick ant] Son of lldcrton, Ont., held In thc alace Livery yesterday with G. P. Deardoft and JI. Garrison in ot the selling, Indiratea the grcai scrldca soil, 'but once It ivas iilantcd I know the wires or all of ua would lave n nlcnsuro hi looJiliig aflcr It, be- eldca receiving the Ijcncfil of thc veeeiablc3 wlilcli undoubtedly will he very expensive this year. I on- clcEO a culling from that great Bi-l- UsJi paper "John deallns will] tho Many a man gone lo the war lias Ing mads by Iho livestock induslry In reader wllli a garden of his Southern Alberta: Fortv bulls and could spare an occasional hour lo left behind a "garden IhaL It was his lirlde to lend and cultivate, uu bors should, sco that the cherished'a wall and shot down as a traitor not run to weeds. auditors almost to a slato o frenzy his picture of harm lo thc tollers of tho United States the country go to war. "I will never go to war for a eapl tal'EL he shouted. Ant a fc-.v moments Inter lie declared tha Die i'oveninieut at ivas capitalistic. "I'd rather a thousand Umes sutfci tho fain of LfcbtcnccliL In said. "I'd rather bo lined up agiitris .an fight .a traitor li The (Wall Street Ihi own two bciferB were sold, The Shorthorn and Hie bit or earth, and coulil Grain Grou'ers' Grain Co., ha hulls averaging ?255 per 'head and tlioi'nvllc olhcrs near-by to-lecd a haiiil. subscribed to the war loan, Hereford's Two heifers were _ Fold at and -Mr. Patrick la highly pleased, the more EO because ho received at tho sale an order from Ka KnlgliL for two carloads more (or May delivery. Mr, Patrick has also contracted to deliver to another .man licrn 15 heifers and one buil. The lat- ter Is bringing ?iJOO and will la one of thc best l.i Ihe south. John Taylor "of Hie Taylor .MlU.'ng Co., yesterday paid Ike highest price when he' bid in a bull WEDS MAN SHE NEVER MET BEFORE IN ORDER TO-SECURE'A FORTUNE Chicago; J'lar. lo Dr. Gilbert H. Bombay, In tlla. Miss Phllllppa. Hartley, ol 'Now had met. In order tp Mile lo tbo estalo of Carloton Ilaimau make Iheir Illllo Insldu clea -i i sao o aroon aimau lunJy mollier! A Illllo who Is eald to be worjft in i.e.: Somorrow. I soveral mimuv (follars. Cr. Willis but get the Eenulnc. Ask your ilrusEiBt said lie Induced Collai to' wed' Miss .for a aO.cent bolllo or "California Hartley i> 'Bpeclricd tallies.' 'children oE all ages and for. he would riofc-p' sec -Dls srown-upe plainly on Ilio boltle. Re- 1 A. marriage license Issued loday member: there are counterfeits sold gave the bride's age as. 25 and Hie BO surely look and see that yours Broom's as J3. Is made by the Or. Willis' aald tliat Ha'nnan nad Comiiiriy." Hand liacl; wil'h coiilcmnl I requeslcd that his niece, Miss Hart any other fig syrup- Adverlisemenl. niarry before ais deatu in order :o eallsfy a trust agreement which 1C up In order lo maXc 'sure :ltal the bulk of bis cslato should go .u Miss tlarlley danger of a! al contest by oilier relatives. A' :rust agreement, in this nrran; record. RE NEW! Our slorc never bad n bigger, wider or belter showing flf new slices for everybody (han it has jusl now, and never ,vcrc we as able lo give our customers bigger values, The and "Just Wiljrhl" for men, "J. Hell's" and "Murray's" for women, "Ilurlburl's" and "Eclipse" for boys and girls, are shoes (hat are made by reliable' firms and known lo give splendid service. We invite you lo sec Ihcse shoca and invcsti- our selling prices. We know Ijplli will lilcase you. They will stand favorable compari- son. 1 HUFNER THE iJcside Mcrchnnfs (tank cent, in acconlaice with imcnl, was today filed for surprised at you, iirmy Wlchs, that you cannot lell rue. when Christopher .Columbus covered America- What does tlic cbaplcr heading ol thc. week's les- son v i Isn't IhaL plain enough? Dill you never 1L before? yes'm; but 1 ways IhouRht it was his telephone Magazine. (Wednesday's .Calgarj- Albcrlan) The Ad. club lisle.ied lo a very In nddre'ss on Ihe Lcnc-fils of doing business ou a cash Lasts, ycs- lerdriy, when Mr. rj. lt..Marnach prcsi- -.clcnt-' of'the of Trade, spoke at Ihe club's weekly luncheon at Lhc Hudson's Day dining room. Sir. Mnrnocti advocated bettor rela- tions between the farmers and mor- chanle, which would bo mutually pro- fitable. In speaking of thc 'desir- ability of doing a cash biiiiness, Ihe Epcafcor Impressed on his liearer.s Mm advisability of making some 'conces Elon lo Induce Iho consumer to pa> cash. When a'customer cnn.secure goods credit at the samo price as lio can for cash, Ihorc is not much likclihooc of his paying at Ihe lira a o[ thc pur 1 chp.gc, Furthermore, tho losses caused by (he 'credit 'system wouM be clitnlii nled, thus enabling the merchant lo hell his goods at a lower figure, as thc cast buyer hod lo nay the bat J Ucbls Incurred through giving credit enable (r Ihe mall order IIQ.USQ evil, sr.r make for greater, efficiency in busi V fiCS3. ..A change la the present method o financing was advocated by Mr Alar noch: Under the nrcseil method (In manufricturcr owes Iho hank, tin. Lhc manufacturer, Iho re taller Hie wholesalers, and the con Burner ones Iho retailer. This Is ffnancfal which fs started Iho banX, which grow as It rolled. this method be sal llr. Mnrnoch. "IT the consumer won I )iay the retailer 'cash, It would cnabl the others lo do the Thoso present sang Iho "Song o after which Mr. .Marnoch wa jtrcscnled nlth a largo glided key t Indicate that the freedom or Ihe clt Xas his. The ncit meeting will be Pinter the direction of Mr. II. n ChaunCcy. "What ntoul Ihnt piny your cln ivas to put on this "ft liorrowed fnlo Commercial DRY GOODS. M ENS WEAR, BOOTS e, SHOES NORTH LETHBRIDGE TARS TO THE DOOR FIFTEEN CENTS Finest AUCTION SALE farm fjtoek and Implements O n AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP, AT 'COMMERCE LIVERY BARN This Sale is Unreserved as Proprietor Has Sojd His Farm. 1 lea'm geldings, 3000 Ibs., 1 and 9 yeara old; 1 geldings, 2-100 Ibs., 'C and 1 years old; 1 team gEldlngs, 6. arid 8 years old; I team mares, 24GQ Us., 6. and G years old, with foal; 1 brown gelding; 1300 Ibs.j 5 years old; 1 team marea, 1300 Ibs., 5 accl S years i-lmy Eddlng, 1200 Ibs., 3 years old; a sorrel marc, 1200 Ihs., 3'years old; 2 marcs rising 2 yeara old; 1 EeMIng rising 2 years old; 1'bay marc, 1100 Ibs., C years old, single drirer; 1 bay go'ldlng, HOD Ibs., S years old, single driver. CATTLE 2 Holslein cows, -1 nntl 5 years old, dua to fresh first. part of April; 1 grade Jersey co'w, 3 yeara old, fresh, about three weeks and heifer call by side. 2 brood sows, due to farrow about first week In May; about 30 v; chickens; nbout 5 lurkoys; 3 ducks; 2 seU ol heavy doubla team harness, all la good shape; 2 sets of double light harness; seta oT single harness; a number of eitra collars, lines aad bridles; 1 hrown hear top robe; 1 goat top robe; "2 cloth Hncd lap palrs heavy horse blankets; 1 wagon, triple graln'box; I wagon, double bos; 2 heavy Umber 1 light dray; 2 water tanks; 1 tank pump; 1 wagon hoi; 1 hay rnke; 4 bundla rack a i 3 single busg-ies; 1 new sulky plow; 1 'mowing machine; 2 demo-. craL wagons; 1 double 'seated surrey; 1 and shafts; 2 cullers; 1 set liob sleighs; 1 pony saddle; I Magnet cream eepar- ator; 1 churn; forks; shovels; 2 stock saddles and a-nuruber ol olhcr articles Loo numerous to mention. ALSO ONE FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN GOOD SHAPE. A. bout 300 bushels oE oats; about. 20 tons oppressed hay, 'and one stack of loose Hay (about 10 tons.) Also blacksmith shop, 14x16, and a largo number oC black- emlth tools; and ono Livery Darn holding 20 head or horses and lean built lo thc barn. _ TERMS CASH. j. A. SMITH, E. jl ENGLISH GEORGE STAPLES, .Auctioneer Clerk Proprjetor.'i AUCTION SALE of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches and Cut Glass SATURDAY NIGHT AT 7.3S P.M..AT THE LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE OWING TO THE FACT THAT OUR LEASE HAS EXPIRED WE ARE BOUND TO UNLOAD O.UR ENORMOUS STOCK INCLUD-" ING'A GREAT NUMBER OH UNREDEEMED PLEDGES These consist of Diamond Rings, both ladies' and gcnl'i, single slone and clusters; Elflin, Wiltnam and Watehca (23, IS and 15 Signet rings, rings and a big assortment of. miscellaneous Jewelry. Also a quantity of cut glass ami en- quisitc des'.Qn and finest workmanship. TERMS CASH ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL Everything in Store for Sals anj Wlli be Pul.up far Auction on Request. ;