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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ISATimPAY, MARCH Uu wnts 1 Hi\\ �" in fjgnr'w prepnrod -by thn emuon:., d"p.-jrtmmii for tin- cost of living br .m-h of up- department of labor. The exports.of buM"?" ;n F*-brmary oj this year as compared ,ih February II'LT, have increased f.-.j.n about .".i �. ncfJ pounds to 4''"."^" pounds; ef cheese, from o,finu,(jon ijennil-- m aboul ,(M)b,uiio pnundH^og^s. fi-.im mm \n i.'U.oiio dozen; btjof from ! .."ion.nun io ^lO.doo.etiO pounds; br.c.n and liiiin I'roi'a lUl.tion dozen; bi-ef from l.ao'i,-nud to 10,000,000 ponml^. innni and ham from 1 ",,000,01)0 pou:''!-. u> Hsl.'-'i.-iKin. Kxport of fresh, i'r vi', :v� outlook thui Miere will )u: rmy ;-st. are : tm 1 for ih\> time of v.\\\[\\ inor" I land prepared for wop tJ.-.in ever b �� fore in the bistm-y 01' tie- prairies. j I Ojolin. a.r.d ."re'// alar J0.--TSH-: j)ar.:'.en >:,':::� of the f.iteam:-!iip Katlimorr, wli i( ii roll ided with a i.ra wPm* in -1. '';eo)\',e's Chaniod at j1 o'elcjrk Kriday inij:!�;. i.ati many thrilling experieuff.-'.. daey of tltem,1 iiKdudiag woii.c-u and diiidreu, wore thrown into the water. to1- of the survivors who is in a ho.,- pjtal here, says that he and aevcra; other:, wen* in a heat, which capsized Ifo swam about for an hour before- bfl was resetted, 'i^vo women and several sqhliors lieid to t!m ido'*.: uf the ho,-' tint it de.'-t royt-rs came up. Mil-;! of the jiaK.-e.iisers were Ijeiti^ dec!;.-: at (lie linm ol. the collioiort hi:1 liurricd uj> when tie.; Uatinnoro wa: strnck on the port beam. The shoe':-; was sever.' and was acf-empajilcd J>y :t loud riois'.'. ivva-eiH.'iw a few ea''es, one y/liere, 3 \\ oman juntoed ovei-'' leaved. The men ;o'hep-d 1 o the rn'e. of vaiiiH'i! and childpm fir.-;, wbon th . boats were low �;Vn,e�in i jiotiuds as compared ;.[;', ' a. joe,one ; poiijjds in l-'cbruary of ia^; \ear. Tba | imports of bacon and at,iu wore only thirty-four thousand pound- i!ia year ' 1 as compared with two luiliiun p^unda ! last. year. The impi-r:  .0 the titer ! comnioditit�.s abo show a sJight ({� 'crease, in J;'ebruary, 1 ; >, 1 here wm*e The Moline Plow 1 is about the oldest implement Company in America, their reputation is p.bout the highest and has otood for nearly 50 years. This reputation is pledged behind THE HAD A P10110 Calgary, Mar. 10.-The appellate division has delivered its judgment in the appeal by Andrew Stewart, liquidator of the Dominion Trust company, reversing the judgment of Mr. Justice Simmons, who held that the Dominion Trust company's mortgage given to it by the TregiJhts Clay Products Limited in 1914 coveting all Us machinery and plant for the manufacture of brick and tile had- ceased to be valid as against�the creditors of Tregtllus ('May Products Limited on account of the mortgagee.'s failure t*> renew the chaVl.', "Washington, Mar. la. The daylight. saving bill, undi-r which the nation's ,cloo.ks would be turned forward an hour every spring and back in the t'ali was passed today by the house. It passed the eenate last June, but as the house added two months to the period imolvcd. further action was necessary by the senate before the bill goes to the president. Under the senate bill the clocks will he changed the last, Sunday in April Two Men Held in U. �8. Port Found Big Quantity of Dynamite Chester,- Pa., afar. 16. - Lookavitz and Martin Pushkovki, both of Camden, are held without bail for a further hearing following their itrrost at. the yards of the Sun Shipbuilding company in this city. The mon are believed to be implicated in the plot to blow up the Hog Island Shipyards.' � It was testified in Washington that pounds of dynamite had been found secreted about the yards. Lockavitz is credited with the statement that "they will got blov/ed up yet," making this assertion to h number of the^workmen. He formerly worked at the Paldwin Locomotive Works and the Hog Island yards ami was discharged for suspicious actions. Lewis Getz , testified today th.it L.ickavit/, informed him that he had drawn plans for a submarine, which he had placed in the hands of the Polish leaders for the purpose, of carrying German sympathizers back to Germany. Lockavitz, who was born in Prussia, claims to be an American.-Pushkovki is a Russian. tel mortgage as required by the nil!� of Sales Ordinance. The original action was brought by the Security Trust company, liquidator of the Tiegillus company against Stewart fto have the mortgage declared invalid. ; The result of the judgment is that the Dominion Trust company now has ' a first lien or charge against the machinery of the Tregillus company to the extent of itjr claim amounting to about .$12,000, subject, however^to the claim of three small execution credi-.tors amounting to a little over $6,00*}- Stitnley IIinn" ^� the'exclusioh of*all- other creditors of the Tregillus company including the Quebec bank#which has a judgment, against thai company for over $100,000. . i i{) the last Sunday in September. The house made it i.ho last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October. Small Pill Small Dose Scaall Price iH Carter's STTLE IVER PIJ.S.S. SEARCH MONTREAL FOR X MURDERER r ^^^^ Montreal,  Mar. 16.-Detectives from headquarters and men from the Grand Trunk police station, under Captain Cowan, were searching the city toda/ for a young man who is in hiding with a bullet in his leg. He it the murderer of Harvey Gagnerez, who died in the Western Hospital early yesterday morning from knife wounds inflicted by an unidentified a&3ailant. * , J FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the teat of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache, -indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. Gcouln* heart �tenature PALE FACES Generally indicate a leek of Iron in the Blood Carter's iron Pills Will help tbts condition SAYS THE GOVT. IS SALE Quebec, Mar. 16.-�-Sir Willhlm Price, president of the Price Brothers and Company of tMs city, one of the largest . manufacturers of newsprint in Canada, attributes today's conditions existing between the manufacturers and publishers on the question of prices fo^ newsprint to the government. Sir "William bitterly denounces the- government's action in attempting to regulate prices without thoroughly understanding the actual con- niir.ious from the standpoint -of the manufacturers./ Sir William insists that the cost of �production has -increased so much tiiat the manufacturers are justified in demanding higher rates. He claims the government acceded to the demands of (ho newspapers because it needed the>r support in the electoral campaign and the control of the prices was purely\i political motive. 15 SH0RTH0 ;H1 I Choicely bred and extra good individuals, aged from 12 to 17 months. One of, the best lots in AlbeVfa. COME AND SEE THEM AT McKerche arm OLDS, ALBERTA LOAN TO BELGIUM Washington, Mar, 16.-An additional credit; of $11,200,000 was extended by th--> United States today to tlelgimn malting :i total loan to that country ol $104,600,000. MILL! NS DIE Every year from Consumption, Millions could have been �avcd if only common sense prevention hail been usod in tuo firot stago. If YOU AEE a Sufferer from Asthma, Broa-cbitia. Catarrh, Tlenrisy, Weak kungs,  Cough and Colds-all X>if eases leading up to Congumption-* Tuberculosis, YOU ARE interested In Dr. Strandgard'a T. B. Medicine. V/Vito for Testimonials and IJooklet. OE. &thawdq*aud'fi r1edictne co, 265 Yon go 0ttM� Toronto. FOR SALE A NUMBER OF Clydesdales and Shorthorn Bulls CLYDESDALES are bred right. All Canadian bred from imported stock and AI*o good Grade Stallions from well bred mareB and imported sires. BULLS-A few Shorthorn Bulls bred in Alberta. Also a numher\f Grade Mares Infoal and a number of geldings. + FOR FULL PARTICULARS AND PRICES CALL ON OR WRITE TO David roDrietor PAKOWKI P. O. h 1 Blotchy kin Many a time ymi ha. � 'uolced into (he mirror and wi:"b � i rhut vour slvin would be like dVr people that you know, "wilhorl a b;"m*!di." This wish can bo yours uv ihM asking. "Wardi H.D.D., the lotion of healing oils, over your pimples or blotrhes tonight, -"and wake up in th" morning to find them go�^.-J. I), lliginbotham & Co., Ltd/ druggists.-Adv.-vt ;.^omont. MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR The Tractor thyt 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 hr,d no trouble with the Moline Tractor" is the strong point in the scores of letters vvc have received from American � farmers. The .Ma.'fne Tractor la unexcelled on tough sod. AGENT FOR LETH BRIDGE AND DISTRICT W. KEITH BELL Lethbridge Hotel 11- TV* SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS On N. E.-Quarter Section 34, Rge. 23, West 4th, 11 2 Miles South East of Nobleford On Tuesday, Mar. 19th COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. SHARP 1 ijrowu gelding. 6 years old, 1500 lbs.; 1 black mare, 5 years old. 1500 lb?.; 1 black gelding, -i years old, 1200 lbs;; 1 bay mare, 10 years old. 1200 lbs.; 1 bay yearliiiff.colt; 1 black filly, a sucker; 1 lumber wapon^l single buggy; 1 Massey-Harris seeder, Tl double disc; 1 Mciyp('y-HaiTis.gang plow: 1 Massey-Harris Great West sulky plow; 1 P. & O. breaking plow, sulky; 1 4-section Diamond harrow; 1 harrow carl; 1 blacksmith forgo and anvil: forks; shovels; rakes anil other tools too numerous to mention; wheelbarrow and road scraper; Z dozen chickens; also household goods as i ana quitting farming. TERMS OF SALE-Seven months credit on furnishing approved joint notes, with Interest at eight per cent, per annum on all credit amounts, or five per cent, off for cash. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer T. L. DAVIS, Prop., Nobleford 5, v^-A^ii^-,^ AUCTI of FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the East l/2 Sec. 17-6-22, 4 milfs North and 2 miles' West of Magraih. - - - 19 miles South of Lethbridge On MONDAY, MARCH 18th COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP. 44 HEAD OF HORSES-1 registered Belgian stallion, coming 4 years old. weight 2000 Jbs. Papers will bo furnished at time of sale; i (earn grev geldings, 4 and li years old, weight 3200 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, :> years old, -weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, !* years old, weight "S00 lbs.; 1 team brown mares. 4 and 5, weight 200U ibs.; 1 team roan mares, 10 years old, weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team grey mares, -\ amk S years, weight 3000 lbs.; 1 team bay mitre's, 9 years old, weight ?SU0 lbs.; 1 team brown and black mare's. 7 ytars old, weight 240U lbs.; 1 team bay geldings. 10 years old, weight 3300 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 6 years old, weight, 2800 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. 2f> 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, uot described. \ IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-13 sets work harness; 1 fanning mill; 1 Massey-Harris manure spreader; 3 grain tanks, complete; 3 bundle racks, complete, good as new; 'A wagons; 0 binders, 4 McCormick and 2 Beering; 1 Kentucky press drill, new; 1 Hoosier press drill; 1 land packer; 2 24-foot, drags and carta; 1 14-inch Oliver gang plow; 1 14-� inch John Deem gang plow; 1 lfi-Inch walking plow; 1 John Deere breaking attnehment for gang; 1 McCormick mowing machine; 2 S-foot John Deere Discs, in and out throw: 1 S-foot spring tootfi cultivator; 1 potato cultivator; 1 breaking carl; 1 blacksmith's outfit, complete; 1 bob sled; 2 drag carts; 1800 lbs. binding twine; 50 bushels potatoes; 1 cream separator, Magnet make; 1 democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 32-h.p. Keeves "engine, out 4 years; I 4370 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 utensils; 1 bunk car; 500 bushels Marquis seed wheat; 500 bushels -seed oats; o.ther 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 LOUI8 F.ELLGER, OWNER NICHOLSON & GEBERT, Auctioneers JAS. ATKINSON, Clerk - � r- '�At 4 1 Auct Oh HAVING SOLD MY FARM I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE N..VV. QUARTER 31-10-22. rfV. 4TH, 3 MILES EAST OF NOBLEFORD, 6 MILES N.W. OF KIPP. AND 8 MILES NOR 1 H EAST OF MONARCH. On WEDN ESDAY, AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING Farm Stock, Implements, tc. old. in Hi FOURTEEN HORSES-1 bay folding. 0 years old : 1 hay geld-in r. years old; 1 bay geldings, 5 y^ars old; 1 bay geldirg. 0' year.5 old: 1 bay gelding. 10 years old; I bay mare, fuai; 1 y.orra) marc, sl>: years old. in foal; 1 bu�.-!. per cent, discount for cash 011 credit amounts. Free Lunch at Nocn. ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer Como Early and Look the Stuff Over. J. H. CLARK, Owner ON NORTH HALF OF 20-12-24 On Starllne Road, 15 miles east of Ciaresholm, 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 mare. 7 years old; 1 buckskin horse, 0 years old; . 1 buckskin mare, 2 years old; 1 span grey mules, �� years old; 1 registered black Perchcron Stallion, with both United States and Canada, will be 2 years old on May 20th. 10 GOOD MiLCH COWS. All milkicg at present. ABOUT 30 HEAD BROOD POWG; 1 pure bred Jluroc Jersey boar; G pure brod Duroc Jersey sows. Six sheep and one ram. 1 l.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 23-45; 1. l.H.C. TITAN ENGINE, 10-20; 27 in. Aiihman-Taylor Separator, with Garden City Feeder; 1 7-bnUom P. & O. engine gang plow, with both bottoms. FARM MACHINERY. FURNITURE, ETC,-2 Massey-Harris " binders; 2 McCormick double disc drills. 20 discs; 1 McCormick single drill, 16 discs; .1 12-foot disc harrow; 1 S-foot disc harrow; I S-fout spring disc burrow; l'Molhic 4-soethm drag harrow; 1 3-sec-tion drag harrow; 1 John Deer harrow cart; 1 John T)eero gang plow,' three bottom; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 John Deere sulky plow, both bottoms; 1 Peering mower; 2 wagons and tanks; '3 314 wagons; 1 heavy democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 potato plow; 1 - gardeu cultivator; 1 set. light bob sleighs; 1 water tank, 12 barrels; fi bundle racks; 1 12-foot hay rake: 1 Magnet cream separator; 1 hnmmertefs Romington rifle, 22 calibre repeater; 1 3S-72 Winchester rifle; 1 Corn King manure spreader; carpenter's tcola; 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 \o November 1st, purchasers to furnish approved notes1 bearing S per cent, interest. A discount of 10 per cent, allowed for cash on credit amounts. M. O. WENDLEBOE, Owner HANK FANNING, Auctioneer 1018 AUCTION SALE OF it Stock and Implement At 19-5-22, W. of 4th, 4 miles West of Magrath On Thursday, Mar. 21 st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-1 team black geldings, 0 and 8 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, G years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 hay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 4 years old. weight 2000 lbs.; 2 .saddle horses, G and 8 years old; 1 grade Percheron stallion, S years old, weight 1900 lbs.; 6 mares, 6*to 8 .years old, weight 1300 each; 6-gGldings, 4 to 8 years old, -weight 1400 each. All above horses broke to work. CATTLE-1 fresh cow; 2 cows to be fresh in spring; 6 store hogs, 125 lbs. each. HARNESS-9 eets of double team harness; 25 horse collars, sizes IS to 22. IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 duck foot cultivator, nearly new; 1 4 section steel harrow; 2 gang plows; 1.Massey-Harris S-foot hinder; 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 blacksmifh forge; 1 feed grinder, 15 inch burs; 1 Sharpies cream separator; 1 Rumley engine, 15x45; 1 .'iO-Uumely separator; above engine- and separator only used ouo season; 1 6-furrow plow, gang, John Deer make. Also household furniture and effects. TERMS OF SALE-^Haff cash, balance to be payable November 1st, 1918, on approved joint riotes 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 H I 1 S ;