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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 19, 1017 1HR LRTIinniDGR DAILY HERALD PACK SKVEN Ed. Simpson Succumbs to mania After a Short I kin takes held of a. propceUJan Ucc- Iblr, results usually follow, More liaro been Kold Hero during (be pasl isniilliB limn during all tho past llfo ot Magratti, This eprlng and. BLiauicT will ECO a great many moro on the and It la fell thai tlio tloio fe opportune La develop Pi wldc-awako auto club and with I.cthbrldgQ and other Southern Allicrla lowni. i Biwinegfl Greatly Expanding 1 (T-'rnji) Our Own CorrMpondtnO Baroiifl, Mir. unusual eenae pf Badness fell upon this community on Tucsdny" morning wlieu II ivaai learned thai Ed. liad passed j ''away'.al.UiB .Gait ururillal ID I.ctU-1 .bridge. Word had previously been received that Iho thread o( lite was vory slender and might break at any tlmo tut when tho fatal mo me tit camq tlio Ehuck'lo those, who knew him .Bccmcri nono tho Ices severe. On the Thursday while In bridge, Mr...Simpson was stricken will: pneumonia M'htcli developed ivlth Buch swiftness and severity lliat on Tuesday moriilng-It proved fatal.-For.' a number of years Mr. Simpson baa I resided about mllos uorlheist 'of Baroni whoro ho WBB oilcnilvoly Bucceflerul'ly engaged hi (arming. About a year and a half ago, in com-, jinny 'with -Mr. Talker, ho built mil. plovalor In Lown, and since tlion Ims also been anuBgcd In tho grain, Imsl- Dean. Ho was ono of Ific moat pros pcroua and highly esteemed resident of Ihtj district and a great sense' of IOH.S IN tell at Wa passing ol ED early, an ago. A wife and Tour small chil- dren are left lo-mourn Ills IngB, Iho youngest of whom Is now very ci in- tended to them fn their great Borrow. remains Jiayo been cent to Onl! for Interment. Patriotic Concert Tho patriotic concert at Whlta Ijflko on Wednesday evening was a good success. S, J. Snophcrd and Dr. J, H.-Illvcra o( Lelhbrldge ren- dered good j service. Mr. Shepherd .spoko of the menacing Ideals of Cor- mduy nocosslty of combalhig fFrom Our Own 'MaKJatb, Mar. Iho recent agricultural mooting SucroUry L'J, rcjiortcd Lhal the society had fGO out of tlie grrand ball given under Iho auBplcc-'i'gf the abcloty. Tlie aocretary also eULc'l thai tlio gov- crnDicnt (aira gr'ant .hid, Just received, Wflh in Imnii tike' directors' will it oikco proceed lo pay oft UE! year's prize Jlals. Com beada ivcj-o to caro r Acrutlnlzo liese lleU and raako MM FOR praparaiigiis for nci year's oxhlblllon With spring M hand and enow van- I fill Ing off Ihc open grain bins on Iho farms or Southern Alberta, EODIO ol worried over damp it fall's fair. the farmers nre worried over damp was disappoint- and tough grain whleh IB threatening In p.ifiory conumoii is auriDuica >o me ironi sucn a source; u nag ueen or- latefiess of tbe da tea'for eililbHlon. dercd that having damp grain rklhc icard bus dctcriuEiicd In rorlffy I In (he open shall be given the priority that weakness this year by holding In the mailer of cars. Farmers ;falr on August 10 arid 11. Tlio: needing care to care for their wel t'past nvo ycara have boili been lean' grnln Bhould taho up (lie matter with fseasons for'llio eocloty, bill with Lho Ihe localIealth 'OJIlc- or of ths City ot Toronto, and has' been opijroved by tho Pro-" vlnclal Laboratories of Onlnrlo. for use In unscwcred districts, jiFci iirc used with satisfactory rcsulU R round Toronto and othcf places- SUridard system or this much 'needed product ta on exhibition In the Hull block. Joining the Dank of Nora Scotia, ami wo would ho glad to show and ex- plain same lo nil vrho arc In tores led, those who wkh. to avail ih cm solve a of Ihc comfort anil convcnTcnccs afford ccl bj- the Eslnll.illon of nn up- to-date toilet cciulpmcnl In their The Kaiistinc Supply Company of Alberta. HULL BLOCK, LtTHBRIDGE AUCTION SALE farm StoEk and liapisments On Tuesday, March 20th, AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP, AT COMiUliKCii L1VEKY ISAKN Thlt 3ate Unreiervcd Proprietor Has Sold Hit Farm. HpRSES-rl'team geldings, 3000 Ib3., 7 arid 9 yeara old; 1 team geldings, 2400 Ibs., 6 and 7 years old; 1 team geldings, G and S years old; 1 team marcs, 2400 Ibs., 5 and G years old, with foal; 1 brown geldlnR, 1300 Iba., 5 years old; 1 team mares, 1300 Iba., 6 and hay geldtnE. 1200 Ibs., 3 years old; 1.sorrel mare, 1200 Ibs., 3 years old; 2 marcs rising 2 years old; 1 EC Ming rising old; 1 bay mare, 1100 Ibs., B years old, single driver; 1 bay gelding, UOD Iba., 3 years old, driver. 2 HofsUIn cowg, 4 and 5 years old, duo lo fresh first pait of April; 1 grade Jersey cow, 3 years old, froah about three weeds and heifer calf by'aide. 2ybrooil BOWS, due to farrow nboul first week In May; about 50 chlckenn; about 6 turkeys; 3 clucks; 2 sets of heavy double team harness, gouii shape; 2 setz of double'light harness; sets of single harness; a number ot extra collars, lines ami bridles; 1 brown, bear ton robe; I goat top robe; 2 cloth lined lap robes; 4 .-pairs heavy Iiorso blankcls; 1 wagon, triple grain box; I wagon, double grain n'ox; heavy limber wagons; 1 light rlray; 2 water Isnfca; 1 Inrjk nump; 1 Wflgon boT; 1 hay rako; -1 bundle racfca; 3 slirgie, l new sulky mowing machine; 2 demo- crat wagons; 1 double seated surrey; 1 new buggy, polo and, shafts; 2 set bob sleighs; I pony aaumu; 1 Magnet cream separ- ator; 1 churn; forks; shovels; 2 alack saddles and a number o[ other articles too.numerous to menlton. AL30 ONE FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN GOOD SHAPE. About 3M ol oats; about 20 tons of prcssiM hayr anrt one e.Uck of loose Hay (about 10 tons.) Also MftcksmUh shop, 14x16, and n large number of hlacJo emlLh laols; and one Livery Darn holding of horses and lean hullt lo the barn. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, E, J. ENGLISH GEORGE STAPLES, Auctioneer Clerk Proprislor HORSE SALE C. S. NOBLE'S ANNUAL SPRING SALE WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 I will fay Public Auction, without reserve, the following STOCK AHU MACHINERY on Section 35, Township 10, llangc 21, West of the .Kh Meridian, UINcs West and 1 Milo Smith of Noblcl'nrd. On Wednesday, March 2ltt. Free Lunch "to be served from to 12.30. Sale to start promptly al 1230.. REGISTERED STALLION AND MARE Mr. Noble will dispose o[ Ills rcKhtcrcd stallion anil marc, ivelgbt 1700 Ibs. cadi. This Is a well matched pair and are huth good ivorkera. Tho stallion han taken prizes at various shows In B2 HEAD OF HORSES 1 span black geldings, 1600 Ins.. 5 years old; 1 aiun black geldings, 1COO Vis.. C years old; 2 span black ecldlnEB, MOO Iha., )2 years old; 1 span lilack marcs, flED Ibs., 7 years old; 1 apin Illaek geldings, H50 Ibs., 1 ycara old; 1 span Hack RoWlngs, 12GO HB., 3 years'old; 1 span black marca, 1200 Mia.; 3 years old; 1 span (iroivn marcs, 1300 Ibs., 7 3'carn old; 1 Biiau liroivn in.ires, 1359 Ibs.. a years old; 1 span lirown Biddings, 13JO Ibs, C years old; 1 span lay geldings, 1400 Ibi.. o yours old; 2 npan bay geldings, B years old; 1 span hay geldlnsa. 1500 Ibs., S years oldj epin bay geldings, 1400 Ilia., 9 years oil; Z span bay gclillngs, IDOO Ibs., 1 years old; 2 span bay unhUnga, "00 lUs., 7 years old; 1 span grey geldings, HOO 7 years old; 1 tplln grey ECldlnBS, HOO 8 years old; 2 span eorrc-1 gcMhigs, 1200 Ib3., 5 years'old; 3 sorrel geldings, 1300 Ibs., ages 3, -I ami 7; I sorrel Ibs., 0 ycara old; 1 span bay geldings, 1-150 Ibs., D yeara old; 2 span bay wares, 1300 Ibs., 3 years old; 2 span bay nnrcs, 1250 Ibs., 3 years old; 1 spaa bay marcs, 1200 Ibs. 3 yeara old; 2 span bay geldings, 1300 Ibs., 3 years old; 2 span bay gc-ldings, 1250 years oW; 3 span bay goldlnES, 1200 Ibs.. 3 years old; 2 span bay geldings, 1150 Ibs. 3 years 1 span bay mares, 1350 4 years old; I span bay mares, 1400 Ilia., C years old. In offering these L'jrses for sale Mr. N'oblo wishes to announce to the public thai lie his held during the past yc-af'three auction sales, each lime for the purpose of disposing ol the least dcslrablo horses. He novr haa on bis farm the best stock or farm horses in Alberts. The above 82 head ol horses and mares 'now belug offer- ed for sale have either been grown upon bis farm or have been carefully selected from the best horse breeders In" teams are all nicely matched up and full ut strength and vigor and )vell broken. This Is an excellent oppprtunity to get horses that ore ready for hard spring ivork. At his past Ihreo auction Bales Mr. N'oblrj has en- deavored to out any defects In character or constitution of each home but can state that the above- described horses nro abso- lutely free from all defects so far us his knowledge o[ saina goes. Kach team will be set np for salo separately and will he told without reserve.- This Is a good opportunity for anyone get some excellent horses. They will no doubt sell at prices that will dult the small farmer and the largo dealer, and will mukc a very good investment as a largo nucnuer of these horses are not fully developed, although well broken, and will offer an opportunity for Investment for good workers and at the samo time for horses dial will rapidly advance In value. A SMALL QUANTITY OF MACHINERY WILL ALSO BE SOLD INCLUDING SIX-BINDERS AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES SATISFACTORY TERMS WILL BE ARRANGED AND MADE KNOWN AT THE SALE Cj S. NOBLE, Owner ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer Have Just Imported from Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 Pcrclicrons, 1 Belgian and 1 French Draft' JOLIMETZ 117417; Dark Grey, Foiled Hay 2B, 19U, walght about 1SOO Its........ RACINE Black, Foalto May 8, 1614. wlgM- about 1700 Ibs. BRILLIANT B4835, Olack. Foaled June 8, 190J, weight about 1900 Ibi. LEANDER No. 10B882. Grey. Foaled May 6, 1914. Np, .Grey. Foaled March 20, 1S14, walaht about 1800 Ibs. No'. 102710. Iron Grey. Fcajed April 23, 19fJ, about 1600 Its. No. 96124. Black. Foaled June 7, 1912, welbht ibaut 2100 Ibs, i No. 73953. Black. Foaltd Juno 28, 1610, vnlght about 1500 Ibs. No..57612 Black. Foaled Juni 4, Imported from France Noveqiber 1903. No, Grey. Foaled April 20, 191D. Imported from France August 1911, wclflht about'2200 Iba. No. 63362 Black, Foaltd April 3, 1BOB. Imported from France 1E07. MASTER Record No. 122925. Foaled June 24, 1914. KING COLE Draft Slalllon Black. Record No. 28612. Foil. ed August 15th, 19I4..'.1. Stallion. Roan. Record No. 9405, Foiled June weight abouVISW.- These stalllonc hfive been from one of Taroeat. breeders and Importers ori'the American continent. They have been bought worth1 the money and are priced 'Will alio: exchange for good farm horses.' FOR SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE 'BARN. OWNER BIG AUCTION SALE 30 Reg 20 Kcsi.stci'cil Slioi'tliorn heifers niul rows. Grade Callle, steevs ami licifcvs. '25 AVork Horses. Kcgistcrcd'dici'oii Slullions. 1 licgistci'Cf] Shire Stallion. At The FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd, at i o-ciock. sharp ;