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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIWAY, MAltCtl 17, 1917 THE LKTIinniDGH DAILY 1IKIUI.D PACK THIRTEEN If hard work is sapping your with BOVRIL TJio famous 1'rlnco George efailOJi has nl last bcon soiUcil, T'lla case liaa boon Loforc llic railway nilfislon slnco Tliere wore sov oral (kclelons anj appeals. Tho privy council Ima flunUy illfiiuUsed llio npiical of Ilia cLLy of Prince George ngalnsl (lie dneliilon of ilib railway llxliiK ttiQ loca- tion Of tllO SlftdOM fiJtc nt A I'Oll't la-era Oak anil streets. In a win for tlie Natural HCRI Scciirllx company. Thla SLIGHTLY IMPROVED Toronto, March was a sUght ImprovcniDiit in the condition of Sir Lyniflii JOJIGS today. If 37 filiecji owners, not now mem-, bci's of (lie Southern ALIjcrta Wool Growers, Join (hat orjMnlzallvn In the, campaign for memlitrsblp decided on at the elOElng of (lie iiiiiiutili convention yesterday. Din organization membership will the own- ership of 151, -1 2 7 aheori as a go Ins I SI.- 1-1? represented In II ni association a What a man wdntt in the ENO'S' I FRUIT SALT- tss year WJIh aji arciagc svool dip, rFIRM "YEOLDE I Heintzman Co. PIANOS and- PLAYER PIANOS HAVE BEEN '.THE CHOICE GREATEST .MUS- IC; MASTERS., FOB OVER (lislinctivc toiic of llic HKINTZMAJf CO. has pliiml it above mere "price." When one owns a HEINTZMAN .PIANO then Is re- gret for the price'paid. It Is a fact, they cost a little. more, than .other pianos, but the HEINTZMAN CO- carries within its perfect construction the guarantee of-a Satisfaction with which no-price'compares. TERMS MADE-CONVENIENT.'1 WHITE FOR TO HEINTZMAN CO., LTD. [ho issoelallon will tiave ono nnd a quarter jrouucls of wool to gnulrj and dispose of ilila year as ngaliisl about UOO.OW pounds (n Greater cooperation anjong grow era was Bliojigly urged ycatcr- day, not only-by Arkell rind llltl of the government, but also by Kay Knight, J. I'cacock, President Darker nntl others. It was Ueclrlcd llial every member endeavor to get a now member, and the government will Bond out representatives In May to In Hie. eamjialjjn. Important resolutions were pasecil yesterday. One fiiipporleri KJC aclJoii of llio Untied Wool Growers asking tin amendment lo (lie Trailing Act at thla session of Llie legislature, nnd the smelary was Inslruclcij lo forward lo tlio members representing this purl oC AI Lola the resolution anil ask for their support. Matter of Range A committee composed of, Messrs. Hoy Knight, llradsiiasv line] I lacking v-as to Interview llic chief forest ranger for tlie south regarding llic ranging of association sUeep .on (he forest re-servo In Die Urlngstoiii; Valley Hits year. Only sheen arc allowed IJils year and tliere is nu rioubt number will La taken In The I.ctlifirMgc Hoard'of Trade Is lo lie asked Lo help In getting Hie for esL reserve extended so that all the nhcep'or the association, may be summered m the oiounlcilns (mother year. Officers Elected The officers of Hie association were re-tlecled a'a President, Lev Harkcr; vice-president, .1, T. GOOD FOR THE ALLItS N. llyjiil- man.'loader of tliu Socialist part? in 'England, commnnl'ng on tha Husstan revolution, "Tho Buccesd of llic Huvslan rovu lullotrwlll be rtKardoil as KOQC! UCV.'.H ovcryivlmre- II Is certainly go't'l ncive tor llJfll ihl.s trlsl-i, uJiU-li been Inevitable cvur since ilip Jcaili o( Ftaspntin, has corno off EO huiotitli- ly and wiili so liltlu blooilstiecl. Kng- lanj and France wltl dc the flrsi coun- on wlilcli Uic new era elioyld re. akliig and urged co-operatUm umonp; lie niMrtbci'A In order lliul ihty may naho their fpll for bi-nu- Itllng of llio Jntlustry. He abaursil favorably. It will mean a ymut lie aseocJattoii of (lift support, of 'J1 l'JR wor, .Mcroovcr, HIR plan lo f loan! of Trade In lio Induslry In Hi In Oilier sneakers ai llic Ijantitict were Pcacockj H, ilarvcy, .Mrs. J. 1'. IlcnluROr anil It. ICIion wjih speeches liy other uitjiiLcra. MIC association is looking lo the vlion Sonlhcrh Allicrlu Imve mil- Ions of eheci) In ptiic-o of (lie few lioueanda ibcro are now. repercussion muy snon fell In 1'rua- sla hi J (Ircnath) for ;i sliuiliir of the Prussian uavcrnment. Vou nuv say lhat, you want ;n- Cncoms. Hasfioloarn. home i round. Wr'c Co-.I-M. fO p 257 ICtlmonton, Mar. bill relat- ing to doircr, which Jias IJCCM htlro-' iluccd In llic legislature, but nol ycvj printed, gives.'to every inavrlcd woman nn nbsoluta life fntcrest or Iiontc properly by her' husband. A homestead Is defined rt a quarter Ijcme proyerty a )i9'jse anil ilie Jiind on whicti It slnuds, urtiviilcd thai it does Dot ei- eced four lots. j No cavcfit or forni of ts necessary to establish llje claim which I begins Immediately afier lilts ncl ycjtb inio effect This acl will not affen tlie devolu- lion of cMntes net, which iiroviJcs tnat tlie wiilon- of a man who dies shall FOR SALE Lambs in v. ADDRESS BOX 22 'HERALD OFFICE L. s shaU Iisivo fll1 lhc of licr llus-' R F' !ljanii Ir lhere hc no !9SUCJ onc-llilril LrcBi, uircccors, iinj it >r iccim n.n or, u J T l ,ssue, nor the woman's relief act, which provides Ibal a widow of a man who lias made ing to n'Jilclj tvould Itav (linger, Jr.; business nianagcr, Frank Banquet Last Night At tlit banquet Inst nlgLL iiuile a of interest exhibited f V.'ni'chouso scheme In To: Hay. Knight, 1'rcsldonl Grccu and a dcvoluLiou of estates acl. Under "these couple qt qlher.i announced tholr. In- lhroo, a'wlro iu vvin he tention of sending Ihelr wool to the ralrly WfeH prolectcd. ware house tWs year The monitors, Tfte nctt. aci K lm, were appealed to all lo send lliclr possible for any married man to sell. 1 the share to wlilcli ivouM Jtave Uiuile a lot ]lccn cniuied bad lie died inlcstale, Mt (he woo gliall haVo (hc lo to ironlo.' and recover her claim as defined by the wool to the government.. warehouse. Tliey bad asked that such a warehouse, be provided, and they should take ad- vantage of it thnl the government might keci) tiio building golne every morlgnge or otherwise encuuibor the honiCElcud or liomu property during the lifetime'of without tbe ivriKcn conseiiL of his wife. It does away with objectlonablc features Care ARMSTRONG i RAWORTH 324 Fifth Slreet-South 7 J. HARRY ALEXANDER, District Manager Lethuridgc, Alberta ycar' r.u n n j .of the hia'rricd ivymau's home prolec- OLd Days Recalled a nlBri1eij President Barker wan. claim to (lio en (Ire home proiierij at1 last-night's which coii-hnslcad 50 per cent.'of It. :luiled HID convention aL winch a num- A ber'bfOniHca WRS the] first banquet the association lias evcrj had and it was a highly enjoyable and! pleasing affair. President Harkcr' told of 'landing In Southern Alucrla 55 years nest'June with tho (irst band of Undeclared that.lbe sheep Industry was beginning to koeii pace' Mitii. bth'er Industries in -the south, but there is plenty of room Ip grow yet. As allowing the wanner In which FOR SALE! Oiic car hind of Stallions .and ONE'LOAD OF GOOD GHflDE MARES AND GELDINGS. W. J. DODDS''SAV-E I1ABN LETHBHID6E W. H. GALBRAITH, Owner. Sterblna, 53352.. HsiVc Tust Inmoi'fed from Iowa Stallions 12 Pt'iThcroii.s, I and I French Draft JOLIMETZ 117417, Dark Grey, Foiled May SB, 1914, abobl Ibi. RACINE 105167. Black. FoaleiJ B, 1914. weight about 1700 Ibi. BRILLIANT Black. Foaltd June 8, ISOi, weight about 1900 I No. Grey. Foaled Hay 5, 1914. No. 118555. Grey. Foaled March 20, 1914, weight about 1800 Ibs.' No. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1313, weight' about 1100 Ibi. i No. 95124. Black. Foaled June 7, 1912, weibht about 2100 Ibs. No. 73953.' Black. Foaled June 28, 1510. weight about 1900 Ibs. No. .57612 Black. Foaled June 4, 1906. Imported from France November 1903. No. 83068, Grey. Foaled April 20, 1910. Imported from France August 1911, weight about 2200 Ibs. No. 53362 Black, Foaled April 3, 1905. Imported from France 1907. MASTER DEXTER. Black. Record No. 122325. Tasled June 24, 1914 KING COLE Draft Stallion Black. Record No. 23S12. Foal- ed August Record Foaled June 11, 1914, weight about 1900, These stallions have been purchased from OJie of the largeit breeders and Importers on the American continent. They have.been bought worth the .money and are priced to sell. also exchange for'good farm "horses. FOR KALI: AT TIIK LKTHRRIDGE SALE UAUN. H. 0. nOLLAG, OWNER LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE w prepired to encourage lhc development of the Western livestock industry by extending liberal credits to good farmers to purchase breeder and feeder Livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CANADA KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOME In 1915 about'45.000 head of feeder cattle wire taken from tkc Winnipeg stock yards for distribution among Farmers in the Northwestern States, representing' a Krious loss to Western Canadian farmers. v We wish to assist in stopping this movement. Consult us before selling unfinished stock. If you must sell, let us try to find you a buyer at home and build up your own district. Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr Dominionjfar Loan forms and frill information on THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CO. LTD. CALGARY LETHBRIDJE the sheep industry will sUnd up aclvci'ae circurusLances, Ray Knight toll] ol Ihe ftraL.ahcep brought into this country by the Knlgbt Sugar Co. 'fifteen years ago. Jesse Knight, his father, brought in 54.000 head. The first winter Uiey.loat lo lack o[ Iced anil shelter. In.lhc spring of Ihc lamb crop were lost ing to heavy rains. Tho next spring ot.thc lambs were lost In'ttiu IQ03 May snowslorm. Tlio-eeaipany derided to get out oC sheep. They had tost but after figuring ev- crylhinR out. they were to .the Eooil on tlio JcaL So there Isn't much Lliat sheep won't do even under the worst or circumstances.. In those years, too, they sold their "wool cil-10 conls per pound, Hits year phccn owners arc Eolng get round -IS cents. .Mr. Kutaht madfj a stirring Cor co-oiieratlon among ihc sheepmen. Government Support Reg. T. Arkell .and Mr, sentatives of Hie livestock brnncli both promised to do every I bint In iiovrcr lo make Ihc' success. -Mr. Arkell rtaked for sup- rort lor the wool warehouse In Tor- onto. Ho said it the licgtmilng of n movcniDnt lo brinR producer an'd cqnsnnier losctlier. Hc nlao announc- ed that llic government would agalp give wool prizes at.llic big weslerh. fairs this year. Big Strides in Industry 1 President Mnrnocli of llic Hoard nf Trade, spoke of the ernal slrldoa Hie ah cop industry of Southern Alberta Is STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OrnCE TORONTO tlT.'D 1879 SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES ire now inslallsd at this Branch for the ccs- lodj-lof vjiluablc affording saftly "and; privacy. information supplied hy the manager. 223 LRTHHRIDGE BRANCH F. HATCHER, 3H.1M.SM.lN. ______COALHUIIST HASCH i P. A. CUHMC. Att Notice lo Holders M Oil Stocks and Leiiscs THOSE INTERESTED IN ALBERTA OIL DEVELOP- MENT arc requested to c-all'al the oIMcc or A. J. Ulackburno ft Co.T Acatlla BlocV, where an opportunity will he given lo sign a petition craving Ills EI-. cellcncy the Governor-General lo allow the rental ixiUt tor IcascJ lo Ilin Dominion Govl. to be relurnetl to companies op- erating .nud rtevclonlne this field. As Iho netlilon Is closed on Salurrtaj-, March-24th. Klnflly call'at earliest, cbnvcnknce- A. J. 3LACKBUBN6 i CO.' Acadia'Block AUCTION SALE 30 Registered Shorthorn Bulls 20 licgSKtcvcd.Shoi'ihorn heifers and cows. Kcgislcrert I'crclicron Stallions. (jradc Gallic, slccrs anil licifcr.s. Kcgislevcd'.ShiW Stallion. 25 Work Horses. At The LETHBRIDE SALE BARN ;