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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT i.iaiiHuinc.i: DAILY las'. TO CROSS KEPI j ISaker Uavins b-.-en uiarrici married Mr. Win. llaKer. Jim I'drtiey was ki 'somewhere in France. Hve of -Mrs. Baker's sons have Veen active sorvlw since shortly after, tl'e war Vesan. Ihe other five. for. Mrs. lister is the mother o ten tons, she would >sive to the cause of freedom if necessary. TUESDAY, MARCH 18.1919 v -r (T- too fa: March" but in it was 01 two "hundred riOl'lo. under Cross man ershln M WMlta'k, tue: at A. soon as he depot the other .Uy to v.-flroac noiiK- threw up his Usr.u.. Pte. II. linker, wlo has bron .hiit. to ca......... tpas a-.ore than three y.-ars. 1 ie. .ma .-.ven'. Uaker has 2nd nni-.ire.l nianv :about six things that WOM Eivil would have TRY FLIGHT FROM CAPE DAKAR TO PERNAMBUCO March telefrani tha: I mado for another' LONDON. Uonnan Ivc-l received here from l'.'.ns say.-. itlB one ot his men.1 l.ieut. who plans a At Lawrence, Where Are Arrested I'm- I sing ,0 ,-rowd. called anil Stones vy on hi? wort. I hi'" n'.o another hole, and found bombers. These all their hsnds raised to ot bombs at iuy feet ami ihrouch the i-louds. Well lit1 is now in Paris anil inte; tu start for H.iXar in a few days. the f0l-: pulled ny bultons and 1111; m'lfr havir-" bee-1 'own on v, h shells. The that 1 was the on y n to have aftoted mv M.I ipriiMer. but when n-ok me back '-'I h' iaJ 1 rambling mile I found there was iorty o. hole 10 hoV when 1 ran; us. tarludins Ihe wounded, left out o, I he hundred. This was about two ibou-lu 1 coins tJ kill him. bui in the afternoon and was preity L-al ar.j I .marched for about lead- 1 U is miJerctcjd that Mrs. Mary ;f ivnalil. widow of the laie tieorp.' bit' hat been asked to accept the me: presidency of Vakima National there; liar.k. wh'i.'h was by her .adges i husband, who built it into a irreut financial institution. Slip is HO-.V a director, a position she will i-ontinue :o hoUi if sl'.e does not accept the pre- Mass. Mar While thu police were vioteat disturbance thai most vurred sitm1 [ho strike Ik'san six Strikers liaJ [ilikeloil tin' mills ilur- ing lite oi'cnins Lour.-. After Iht-y l ktt tl'.e mill illslrU-t when Hie were cloii'J llicy galhcrciV at rnlunj and Common street aiul (jrmwl ;i col-1 uiuu for 11 varade. Ac tin- lu'.ul o[ lire, lo I'ily Marshal O'-, Hrk'u. cbservvil [be prep.Hralious through a hojvy roil from iue iiioi upon m the hc-IJ its romul and from llw culskirts slolKV atij L'Otllea thrown. Shots were fireil from :i house cm Klin street, but uu one was hit. eers forced their uuy through tlu- crowd and arrested :til omil'-ints of the rjuittling. Twenty arrests were maje. nearly all on I'harges ol incit- ing to riot. COL. BILLY BISHOP UNDERGOES OPERATION KOAN'OKK. Va., Marvb William A. famous Canadian uvKitor. iviis iiui-rRleil on !or eilis last mfiln. !lt> was slddieu lie to deliver, au ad- dress. ICurly today his coiullllou %vas >iwrtc-d u be salistui-luvy. Jirfn-t have enough to th.- Mm nil 1 him to continue my ion (hem. searchilis for our men ar.d were German" SiLdly saw biru ihev Hie v.'iole fie'.! with "achice sun. setciacui) mate ihroujh and xve sure looked i in and tiWreei with pails ot walcr. llein; without water for forty-eich! hours, mm i BUTIfy AND STOP Don't Lose Time in the Spring Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now. have a large stock on hand. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. were lots of women and ej and but luld not let us havo any in the air by a big shell we cull in, luclv bcx.' Finding myself almost wjth sm 1 ied I dug out but I found that ail guards wou my' clothes were torn oft but not a .vbout ?ix nn Tne Well I had funnv cauie iw and a most arounrt for a Led. On th- ly n matter ot usms Juf'headachs. Alter pulling myself to-1 momtoi of the 17th. we got up ail me. seven o'ctoek "that night j beautiful hair; w-dtis. wav nr TO !ie possessed of a head ot heavy, lustrous, fluffy. a little Dander-: letter, and sctlns the Germans weroar> weii-him; 1WO, in foal; yearlins guud ones; 4 foals, good ones. Also tin- following, the uroiwriy ot nish bavks: 5 head 3 year old nuires: j lieail 4 year old Kel'lings. cash, for the balanc: bankable papers maturing December 1919. .it 8'i Interest, will be accepted. 51, for cash on all credit amounts. AH registered animals on which credit i: niven to be insured at purchaser's expense. PETER LcVALLEY, Auctioneer, Phone 1609. D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk, c-o Oo'.vrley.Land Agency, Lethbridge. i Creat Dispersion Sale HAVING SOLD MY FARM HOLDINGS, I WILL OFFER FOR PUBUC SALE AT MY MONARCH FARM. ONE MILE NORTH- EAST OF MONARCH, AND FOUR MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF NOBLEFORD, ON N. W. QUARTER SEC. 3, TWP. 10, RANGE 23. WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN. On Wednesday, March Eh 1919, COMMENCING AT 10 FOLLOW1NG ticle of pain, soreness Frceione is the discovery Cincinnati Advert. A CREAMY LOTION MADE WITH LEMONS Prepare a quarter pint about the of a imall jar of common cold cream. would get something to eat. Our jner came, and we were allowed one irr.tatioj. mal) jadle full ot V.'o ont m ,his for about wee'Ss id tjmc we wore about a'.l in. The German guards were station- led in the camp and every time they would throw- their peelings anil refute away we would dive and fight for them lo cat. It .was sure a fright the way our men would drop down- in the ranks from weakness when the Germans were counting us. i At last they sent us to a coal mine. 'called K 47. We had been told wt were going to a farm, hut it was a 1 coal and cokery combined. -were tco weak to go down in th FINAL DISPERSION SALE Live Stock and Farm Equipment 600 Head of High-Grade Beef Stock Cattle 160 head 1. 2 and 3 year old steers; 150 head 1 2 and 3 year OF VTben this home-made lotion1j Iajnep they forced us, and one of is gently massaged inlo the face. neck, j men diell' aonn there. Tne next hands and arms daily, the skin to go down, so they ally should heroins soft, clii- m at attention lor two night-, '.vb'ite, and tie comple-'on dainty a ,ia5. Two-thirds of the fclljws What girl or woman hasn't! fell fromweaXnes--. At last they put us in front of the coke ovens, until itili bland the heat no longer 'lemon juice lo remove completion ______ blemishes; to bleach the sWn ana to Bncl .T0 gaTe in. bring out the roses, the freshness an-i "About, two days after, the She hidden beauty? But lemon julv! (TOSS sent us some- food and clolhes. ilbne Is'licid. therefore irritating, and Froln ih..t .11 Ihould be mixed with orchard white (his way. Strain through a fine cloth Ihe juice ot tvro Ire.'h lemons into a iKjttlo containing about three ounces ot orchard white, theu shako well and you have a whole quarter pint ot skin until we were re- leased, the Red Cross practically kept us out of our graves. "Every time any of the fellow.0.1 would inaVe a break, they would stop! our packets for six weeks and mcnths. didn't care to long as! Livestock, Implements and Household Goods AT GOLDEN WEST BALGREGGAN, SEC 19-23-1, W. 5th M. March Last Day of Calgary Horse Show at p.m. Sharp. to date o! sale. On. BUH Farm Implements never been use. on unit; a .mui" .flu-..-. w l.nd complexion lotion at about the C03t some of ,ne fellows got over and let one usually pays for a small jar ot j know the news. 1 tritd it ordinary colu crsam. Be sure to strain I lwicfi bu'. got caugbl hotll tin lemon juice fa no pulp gets lasl tjmc i !0t five hund- (he bottle, then this lotion will remain }.anjs (rom the Holland border, pure and fresh for months. When ap plied daily to the face, reck, arms and hands il naturally should help to whit- en, clear, smoothest and beautify. Any druggist will supply three ounces of orchard white at very little coal and the grocer has the lemons. ID this sweetly tragrant lemon lotion ladlea can easily prepare and have an Inexpensive toilet aid which perfect- ly their natural desire for beautiful soil CUNARD RNCHOR flrictlor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS From Naw York- Mar. 24 ...Carmania... Livsrpicl Apr. 5 ...Aquitania... Liverpool Apr. 8 .....Orduna..... Li-.erpool Apr. 12 .Mairretania. Southampton From St. Apr. 15 .Salurnfa___ Glasgow i 1'iiTchnsu Prepaid now for Relatives and KrlcnJa lo ensure sailing. For aH information apply to any Of our Agents, In Cnmpany'3 Office. SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIfJ ST. i WINNIPEG, was brought back. The first time I got seven days cell, and fourteen the time. They took my shoes away, and gave me wooden shoes so I couldn't run away. Thcr were pretty hard on my feet and we had to load fcrly tons ol coke each day, and everv two weeks .we had to work from sin Sunday morning until sir. Mon- day. There vould be a roll call a-, twelve to halt past one. and then we oulil get about two hours sleep, and then we would fall in at half past fttv to KO to night work. I "i stood it as long zf 1 could. anO then t scald til my fool wilh v.-ottr and gM aUwrt wcftkft' reft, Tliere n-cre all of ways in trying to get out ot work, bandag- rliy lop with mustard, hurnlng the skin off and alter that and I iialt. making a wnunfl, anil going td 1hc anrJ telling him you sfal.'k-fl it. You might act a month eft wills it- making villa oiil. of roap to affect (ne heart and lowing Jgarctl'1 pap'jr.-. to attofjl and rmltJag ton a too in thr: r-ycsj and all for tlie sok'; a UHlp rtM. j Thmika to ihc- ('anarlian lied and people etc- one 2-bultom Deer engine sane 1'low, stubble bottom; fl.Id feciiliiK wagons, comi.lete with gear in good order, .me tor head o stock other 12 head. Indispensable for feeding work hiraeY in floM lwo Van Ilnml 1C'n'nncr u-o 22-runncr Van Brunt drill-.; ono International n'aiiure spreader: one Knicrson manure spreader; two complete Ksinlth outfits, including blowers, anvils, stocks nnd rtlo Mis h wrenthts. post drills, cle.; a large quantlly o ai'nl 28 Incli woven hog wire will ajso bo ottered; two Owens' imVi clr-i.icri will, wacon elcvntor; VI sets ot .work harness, in 1 order hiving teen recently repaired and oiled; ono "prins one Titan ttnlventy kerosene coraplelt! ivltll device, extension miul IUBS It liullcy. In coiulllion; some steel oil pump with hose f'tc useful around tractor; thrco used Ford cars, these r-n havo'lifcn used bv tls in Ihe operation of the farm and are In coo-1 working order and repair, two nrc 1117 model touring bodies one -IflH roadster Imtly with truck box; ono DC Laval ream'senaralor No. 12. capafily -150 hour; nno Vrosno Ihorfe'srrapcr; one dtp scrSpcr; a large number ot evcncre ami trees of all flzeB, small tools, forks, etc., too numerous lo mention; 0 dozen Wyandotlc slrahi hens; a quantity- of pototoci will nlso be ottered. Household Furniture, comprwin'g Chain, etc. IVe hot nicala served all ilay on the grouifil. Pnrlies ronilnc from a distance on the nlslil trains arriving at Monarch will bo met by conveyance If we are nollMcd and slceplnr: accommoihllona ArrangciinMils nro being marie with Hie H. II. Co. to have Block cars placed at Monarch, and licdillne will be provided at slock yards enabling any one to same tlay of sal'-. TEflMS OF Cash, On liorpcs and other criulji. tnrnt 8 mouths' lime, will lie given on approved lieu notes bearing interest at All i.ums tinder net c-OHh, and over liial Wo discount will lie nllowed. R, A. JOHNSON, Auctioneer H. E. MEIBACH, Proprietor ;