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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 18, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVER IS NOW IN EFFECT 1%e venioular traffio bylaw which hag boor, under consideration by the citr council for several months, was given Its third rending this morning and now beoonias law. The city will have about 560 copies of the bylaw made and placed In the hfinds of the Lethbridge Automobile club for dls-trlbatlon. Under this bylaw motor traffic will be considerably changed. No taxic-abs will bp allowed to stand cn toe business sections of 3rd Ave. S. r.ath St. 8. for longer than ?0 mffl-tstes.'.at one time. Motorists will also be Viable to a fin? for "cutting corners,' aa the squire turn around tha �treat intersection Is demanded. Sta*4ing too cloae to a corner or too class,to a hydrant it also prohibited. 'No obance is made In tbe rate of speed'on the streets. Xo right of way of streets over avenues is granted, the auMtuaMIe approaching on the right being gfYen this advantage. RNRT is no thoughtful. Mary tR n jMvel, tn their sifts at birthdays, each Used the solden rule. Hen^y nnught � Morris chair. Wld.'. and broad and dep. "See. >t>".ir. wnet I got for vcu:! Hoi* it btolions slesp!" "I like ro.'Jirr.* b**et. dear,** Mury uep:-!aiS' Art IB her Sterns chair he rests,, (Site lilies roiiying-chalrs). And. the smoker's tablet I'Mful? I should say. AS a little eewinc-siend. It haa come to stay. That is Object of New Dairy Act Being Introduced in Legislature (Special to the HernUll Kdmonton. Mar. 18.-Prevention of discrimination in regard to price, and ' to protect the sme.li creameries from unfair competition Is the principal ob jeot of the dairymen's bill which his been introduced by the nflni�;er of agriculture in the legislature. It will give effect to tbe conclusions reached at the recent dairy convention held in Edmonton, at which one of tbe strong complaints was the killing off the small creameries by the large corporations. But irrespective of the regulations In the bill the individual farmer can send his cream to whatever creamery gives bias the best deal. The legislation also provides for the licensing of the agencies of the companies in the country districts, and of the men who do the buying for the companies. Cream testers must also be licensed while there are sanitary provisions to ensure the cleanliness of the surroundings and conditions under which cream is collected. The object of the bill, said Hon. Duncan Marshall, is to maintain the standard of the Alberta butter product. The countries, he added, that had made a success of the dairy business were those countries that had the small creameries scattered over the land. It was In this way that the cream could be got sweet from the farmer to the creamery. The creameries were adjacent to the dairy farmer. The minister mentioned that the Edmonton City Dairy to keep up the grade of its product had opened a number of creameries throughout the province. Foreign Beverages. Boota- is a drink made in Turkey, from barley. Probably the Americans who want an excuse for the slang expression "booze." will like to lay the) blaate on the "tjns|ieakable Turk." tjftaah-is a Russian beverage made of Hot wafer poured on rye bre*4 until it ferments. It is cheaper' than : vsdka. Schnapps-a Dutch drink made in Schiedafli. It is a strong glu distilled i from turpentine. It is not at all liks i beor. nor so widely consumed. Pulque-ip a distillation of tbe Juice of the'agate, a species of cactus. It Is the favorite beverage of the Mexi- : cans, and Is made by mixing the juice , with water and sugar, when it is a! i lowed to ferment. Bar Maids in England.-It is curious to note that these are selected apparently with a view lo having them RsVoung as possible. Members of tho ; crusade against saloons in London  *  { � under water and all trains are signal. ? B. C. FINANCES Vlctorin, B.C., Mar. 18.---Hon. John Mart, minister of finance announced this morning that ho has boon successful In arranging for a loan' for tho gonoral finnncing of (ho province in the sum of $1,000,000 for a period of ten years, the bonds to bear inturest at tho rato of five per cent. The present debonturo issue has been placed through Uront Nixon and company, Limited, of Toronto. MANY APPLICANTS Calgary, Mar. IS.-There are mnii3 applications for enrolment forma whoi tho "Soldiers of tho Soil" movomeui opened In tho Calgary high schooli this morning. It is thought thoro wit bo no difficulty in securitis; tin; nunk ber nocessary for farm work. SUMMONS' FOR PERCY HAGEL i Reginn. Mar. IS.-A summons has \ been issued at Lajord, Sask.. for the arrest of Percy Hagel, Winnipeg law- | yer, who gained notoriety through engineering Krafchenko's escape from Winnipeg jail and later for his strong i stand in the matter of temperance. He is wanted in connection with the alleged illegal consumption of liquor ; iu a Chinese restaurant in Lajord. The Moline Plow Co. 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 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 bad no trouble with tho Moline Tractor" is the strong point in the scores of letters . we have received from American farmers. The Moline Tractor Is unexcelled on tough sod. AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT W. KEITH BELL Lethbridge Hotel THE THING EXPECTED. ISS NAXCT O105FIELD always says And does the' thing ex-parted. She aeea a aunaet. and aha aaya: "A akatdh wool* be rejectee If It war* hast fas vlvidi not An artist but would brink. From painting clouds so Eery red, Aa Naturer-dOB't you think?" �ha ears aha "cannot do a thing With newly-shampooed hair." An4 once the cllmai leemad In eight, : IVhan, - showing* dlrnplea rare, 8he tav'i'me that old atory (did Thla cut-ead-drled Mian Nancy), Of how she "loathed plain cooking, but Liked making dlehes fancy." �he (oca not In far suffrage. But, In her soft, round face, | There cames a smile seraphic, \ "Home la Cba wvman'e place." In short, this maiden always does And says the things expected; That's why I marveled much �iun My proposal ahe rejected! SOLDIERS IN CAMP The abrupt change from home comforts to camp life may be trying; on your boy's health, but if he will only take the rich liquid-food in SCOTTS EMULSION it will create richer blood to establish body-warinth and fortify his lungs and throat Thousands of soldiers �H over the world ^Lb. lake Soott's Emulsion. V>3 It is exactly what they need. Scott a aowne, Toronto, Oat. 17-30 FOR SALE 15 SHORTHORN BULLS Choicely bred and extra good individuals, aged from 12 to 17 months. One of the best lots in Alberta. V COME AND'SEE THEM AT McKercher's Farm OLD8, ALBERTA "From Minute to Minute." Not only "from day to day," but from "minute to minute" is the advice of a certain woman (a very busy city woBianl, which accounts for the vase nmouai �f work ah* is able to accomplish. She is a housekeeper, a muBic teacher and writer, besides finding time for oltib work and her children's snuaeiaenta. "I sever oould-do-It looked one ruinate ahead," she'said. "1 should ba swamped. I aa en my way - to-the dentist now." "And after .that?" Tasked. " She smiled "LetJ me' *se; yes, ,lf I flap to'*b\t>.(|vUM#iI\.i�hjif�T*tte i�ttM*a�: /sJl^ute aftawoobti, Taiaab^d^rrte/prepare. T*H - I^ia%�-a. olaaa.;.ln mosloeJ JUc^btaftfrt^i** sm think far ^T^M ^.T.d to* is �flop4nf Pft^my n^||d dp; for the prWBt,"�ac^B|e iWifayiy oC. -The eoocantraUon ef effort on the HOC tMng in hand is the only secret at accomplishment. OiaaUed, of court's, ability, and some planning, the nsxt requisite is strict attention to tat thing in ban*. Tbe duties piling u; beipre you'iare net seen; calm cancan irstlOE en the immediate task maker tbo day roll out like a clear scroll and vision is clear and duties light. SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF PURE-BRED BULLS (Shorthorns and Herefords) Wednesday, Mar. 20 AT ONE O'CLOCK At Farmers' Feed Barn, Lethbridge 70 HEAD OF HIGH CLASS RICHLY BRED BULLS AND FEMALES OF THE MOST POPULAR BLOOD LINES AND BY SOME OF THE MOST NOTED 8IRES OF EASTERN CANADA. NOTED SHORTHORN FAMILIES REPRESENTED ARE DUCHE88 OF GLOSTER, MINAS, CRIMSON FLOWER, AND OTHER HEREFORDS INCLUDE AN IMPORTED ANXIETY BRED BULL, AND SEVERAL WINNING SHOW ANIMALS. IF YOU ARE IN TH Ei MARKET FOR GOOD STRONG BREEDING STOCK, PLAN TO AT-TEND THIS SALE. MAJORITY OF FEMALES ARE BRED OR WELL ALONG IN CALF. J. H. PATRICK & SON, Owners Home Address-Ilderton, Ont. S. W. Paisley, Auctioneer OF FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS On N. E. Quarter Section 34, Rge. 23, West 4th, V/2 Miles South East of Nobleford On Tuesday, Mar. 19th COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. SHARP 1 brown gelding, G years old, lfiOO lbs.; 1 black mare., 5 years old. 1500 lbs.; 1 black gelding. 4 yours old, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 10 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay yyarling colt; 1 black filly, a sucker; 1 lumber wagon; 1 single buggy; 1 Massey-Hnrris seeder, 22 double-disc; 1 Massey-Harris gang plow; 1 Massey-Harris Grout West sulky plow; 1 P. & O. breaking plow, sulky; 1 4-sectlon Dianlond harrow; 1 harrow cart; 1 blacksmith forge and anvil; forks; shovels; rakws aJul other tools .too numerous to mention; wheelbarrow anil road scraper; ;) dozen chickens; also household goods as 1 am 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 FOURTEEN HORSES-1 bay gelding, 9 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 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 sell my Pure Bred Clyde Stallion, a good one. If you want good horses, well broke and ready for spring work this is your chance. NINE CATTLE-1 good milch cow; 3 black hi-ifors, 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; 1 I.H.C. single disc drill; 1 No. 31 Foston fanning mill, in good condition; 2 wagons, with box; 2 bundle bucks, made for sheaf loader. 2 large plies of lumber; a number of fenco posts; 3 sets double work harness. HOU8EHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE-1 Boll organ; 1 dresser; cupboard; table; .1 heating stoves and maaVy- other articles too numerous to mention. 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. Come Early and Look the Stuff Over. ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer J. H. CLARK, Owner AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements At 19-S-22, W. of 4th, 4 miles West of Magrath On Thursday, Mar. 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK 8HARP HOR8E8-1 team black geldings, 6 and 8 years old, weight 2700 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 1 grey mars, 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 Badtllo horses, 6 and Shears 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 years old, -weight 1400 each. All abovo horses broke to work. CATTLE-1 fresh cow; 2 cows to be fresh in spring; 6 Btore hogs, 126 lbs. each. HARNE88-9 sots of double team harness; 25 horso collars, sizes 18 to 22. ' IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 duck foot cultivator, nearly new; 1 4 section steel harrow; 2 gang plows; 1 Massoy-IIurrls S-foot binder; 1 Deerihg binder; l lumber wagon and grain tank; 1 lumber wagon and -box; 1 mower, S-foot; 1 hay rack; 1 land pneker; 1 disc harrow; 1 single buggy; 1 walking plow; 1 McConnlclc binder; 1 fanning mill'; 1 blacksmith forge; 1 feed'grinder, 15 inch burs; 1 Sharpies cream separator; 1 Ilumley engine, 15x45; 1  36-Tluinoly . separator; above engine and separator only used one neason; 1 (i-furrow plow,-gang. John Deer make. Also household furnitunf and effects. TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, balance to be payable November let, 1918, on approved joint notes wit". 8 per cent, on ail credit amounts; or 5 per cent, off all credit amounts for cnBh. JAMES A. SMITH, Auctioneer HILMER BROS., Proprietors Auction Sale HAVING SOLD MY FARM I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE N. W. 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. 18265? 40122? B9::/.C ;