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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1917 THE LKTifnninr.K DAILY PAGE SEVEN' Council Chnrges Neglect Wunls Agricultural College of (TVom Our Own CorrestiondeM) Ilayniuiiil, March ot follcc Ilcgelo. who haa held thai of. Enlist at Auto Smash, No Kalal Results Over Utilities (From Our Own Cgrrcaimndcnt) Claresliolra, March 19.-SprlnK ap fico (or Iho llirco years, rliilshcs to havu selllcd on us again, ami Ilia work HB a puWIo lorvant lioro Aji- i it will not Ijo many days bcforo the Xll llrst, II having been'decided hy farmori will Ijo working on the land. The ladles of Iho town ore very busy a', ufestHL preparing to do a lot of ocal Improving. They have plans laid !o ucaullfy a block In front of tho Hank of Commerce where they lu- lend building a ba'.id Bland, plunt and riouera and lay K rave I walks. They certainly ought (o receive the port of ovory of Iho town. Puhllc Utilities At a well attended meeting of- 'ho raLcpaycra of the town held In trie town hall ]ast Wednesday tt wnn de elded by a veto that Iho inatler.of turning tho ulllltlca of the town bo put before tho ratepayers to vote or., There are several a'igica lo look at tills question huL nttcr II out at (his meeting 11 looks very much, as If It would be a [rrcit Lcr.cfll lo r., Iho council lo AlspcnEO with his AIrt, Allrcdj who brought ier. Six inoro ChrGsholin, hoys have In made up niliidB to don tlic unl j the to secure onolhcr chief, 1 form. They have. left for Lethbrldgo to cave as hla reason for advocating ILe dismissal o! Chief nOEleet to enforce the municipal bylnws. Ap- pllcallona for the' position are being received nnd will lie considered at the Bpcclal meeting of tho counci held Wednesday night, to bo Tho dismissal 9! Chief Heggli) la tha outcojnc of D movcincnt which has been oiirfoot for somo time. It was foil by a1 certain part of the citizen- ship IhaL tho chlet wna generally lax In administration of certain town laws and that ho should be replaced. Thla [action had rcpruBCutatlon on tho council which ultimately resulted In positive action. James Turner IB a likely prominently mentioned successor to Mr. HcBgle. Tho funcrnl Borvlcot over tho re- mains of Ilio Infant clilW of A Tain. Ski. a Chinesei farmer or this district, be was held In Iho Bccond ward L. n. S., chapel Saturday otfcrnopn. nn. I with the 7Slb Artillery. Frank ijas Bold out hla outfit of horsea; cattle, machinery and lands. vKrank Is one o( the very lucky tho town line running west IB getting to ho a white elephant. Mr. Fnwkys, of Calgary, put tho mat- ter before ll.-j meeting In a very clear manner and a is'.vcrct! tits were many) put to liCm 'n a very straightforward .manner. _.....__________ _mj t___ Back. From farmers of district, "ills eaie'cn1 Captain Tlice. Murray; generally last turned out to be one known as arrived homo 01 of [lie best of the season. Ills horses Wednesday night last right from Hie went very high, .lorno of them brine-'Trout. 'l will bo remembered that _ .._. ____ ____ __ Ing as lilgh as J3CO for 3 year olda. captain was wounded last sum- but tho Sunday parly In any event Tho auction fialo nt Iho Clenr mcr Fruiice and also guficrcd from dooa uot waul lo live In an a'part- form Is billed1 for tomorrow and a gas and shell shock. arc very menl. The funeral of Sclmell, who ft MOWS TROBBLES A mother's unending work and devotion drains and strains her physical and leaves its mark in dimmud eyes and cnrcsvorn ex- ages before her lime. Any mollier is weary and languid should tlart Scott's Emulsion 0 as cd by (ho William A, Sunday Kvan- Jcod and bracinE to add rich- lied from tho effects' or Injuries ic- cclv9d Jn a train wreck at Moose- Jaw, rna by a large number frotn hla dlaulct. nyjiipalhy Is fell 'or his jainlly who nro much reaped- od IQ aiid around Clarrbholrn. BILLV SUNDAY PARTICULAR A house wltli fifteen tnams and committee, )43 Metropolllim Tower, jMr. Sunday ami hjg (icrsotiDl BlafI, wLk'h will Jncludo probably fifteen- or twenty workers win a three months1 campaign In Nuw York on April S, and tlicy arc artus- to ber and build up htr nrrvf 3 i( is loo lale. Start ScoH'9 UuiuUlcn fjiuc is world-wide. to bo hourcil under one roof wtlh Ihclr own household organisa- tion. The rental and other expenses aro paid by Iho local committee ht charge. It. baa been tlie hopn, of (lie com- mutes to got a bound on Riverside drlvo to entertain the Sunday parly there, but EO far baa been found.- cily where Ihero Is plenty of ____ air and not much noise Is iircfcrrerl IOIID rjullo EH lahle A quarter of Iho rro large crowd of huyera are expected, pleased to ,sec Tom homo ogaln as ho Auctioneer StraiRO of ClareshulJii will wield the hammer. Aulo Smash A u other, auto smash-up this week, Edward Cosier was driving down (ho street with hlu Overland when ho hit broadside hv n heavy car (ravel- ing auoul 25 miles per hour, Edward was thrown about 10 feet but made a very successful landing. HlB car fcw Donald Vailiorn Brent last In ona aiiorn Bren as n livtns was. in charge ol Iho scrvlco. CBlgary where ho hougbt horses na which was part Christian, being sup- ptcmojtled by tlio simple. Imprca-j Blvc Iluildhlat rllca. child dlod ot chofclnB, Interment was made In the foreign section of the public cem- etery. Intense nulillc Interest la focused on tho provincial capital Just now plnce the announcement Thursday li> thu houio-by tho lion. Dunccm Mar- (hat an agricultural school would uo established this year south p[ Lcthbrjtlge. This is considered very significant, and men who are rretly near Lo the govcrnmenl feel reasonably confident that Ilaymonr1 iv111 land Iho plum. II JB understood Marshall Tvlll apeak more specifically Tuesday. i A definite announcement may (hen he made." For several years past Jlaymond haB been bringing every possible Influence to hear on tho KOV- ornment to secure Iho lie unique geographical and agricultural location, I La moral and social advant- ages, modern conveniences, desirable natural environment, etc., have all been clearly set forth to the, govern- ment. In addition, other strong In- (lucomonlB have.Lcen all of_ which the .government has lak'en proper cognizance of. With a fine J5Q.OOO public school, a ?10.000 and tho provincial school of agriculture, Raymond would become (he school centre of the south cud of (he province. This la the aim of the Influential- citizens -of the com- The1 najmbnd Ited Cros3 society'Is a Tery live body Llieaa days, and the officers .'never allow an opportunity to pass that will produce funds to suc- cessfully prosecute the work. The ladles recently served luncheon and dinner In tho Security block, netting the society and last Saturday evening a grand St. .Patrick's ball was hold under- Iho -ausplcea of Iho Rod Cross. This brought In a substantial sum also. Dill what Is hoped to in- crease the fund most. Is the lied Cross will be given In. (he opera house next Friday March 23rd. Much ot the lalenl heard at thla concert win come from Leth- hrldgc, Mrs. K. J. Gordon, of laat cltyr being the prlmo mover, In the cnttr- talnrnent, moat of tho numbers com- ing from the Mutual Improvement tvs- Boclatlon of the Lelhbrldge ward of the Mormon church of which she Is president. Mlsa Attree will 'also be present and give several classic dan- ces In costume. The concert will lie semi-patriotic In nature, and It is ex- pected that tho opera, house will he crowded. The numbers from Lelh- brldge will he augmented by (be beat local talent procurable. Is a iiloncor In this Flro destroyed 510WMO worth o The revival mcollnfE which have property at Iho Cordova been held In the McUioulst church umlted the last two weclis came to on end last night. They liuve been attended by a very largo number. The ClarcEholm Curling club wero notified Hint they wouM play at Cul-j gary on Monday for the Welscr-Iro-j pliy but on accou-it of the soft ko the game Ins been called off Indefin- itely. Thomas Mooro of Ihe H Itanch, ac- companied by his and daughter, CJokl nines 'S 3Qp'iecod as Iinvq been eeen In this lowiilcn last Thursday for New York, mprca- f0r many a where Mr. Mooro went on business. il rllnrl I i PULL! DON'T JERK F THERE IS ONE BUSIN ESS ON EARTH THAT A QUITTER SHOULD LEAVE ALONE IT IS AD. VERTISING. TO MAKE A SUCCESS "OF ADVEHTIS ING ONE MUST BE PRE- PARED TO STICK TO IT LIKE A BARNACLE TO A BOAT'S'BOTTOM. AOVER. TISING DOESN'T JERK, IT PULL8. IT BEGINS VEHY GENTLY AT FIRST, BUT THE PULL IS STEADY. IT IS LIKE A TEAM OF HORS ES. PULLING A HEAVY LOAD, BUT HALF THE POWER IS REQUIRED TO KEEP. .IT GOING THAT IS NECESSARY TO START IT. NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT BETTER! CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC SALE On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP AS I AM RENTING MY FARM I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE At My Farm, 1% Miles S. li. of Coalilalc MY ENTIRE OUTFIT OF. LIVE STOCKr MACHINERY, PRODUCE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS CONSISTING OF team marca, 4 nn.1 5 years old; 1 team gcldlnRs, wclfflil 3300 B-and acren years old; 1 brown gelding, weight 1700 ,7 yesra old; 1 sorrel Gelding, weight. 1250 yeara. old; 1 lilack more, vrelght 1500 Ibs.; 1 black mare, weight 1400 Its.; 1 black mare, weight. 1760 grcj-jmare UOO Ibs.; 1 roan weight 1; black marc, .weight 1300 Its.; I yearling marc end 11 head of- rlnlns yearlings and 2 well broken pony bl the above mares are in to my registered I'creheron stallion: Also nave, two registered Pcrchcron stallions, ages rising 5 yeara, which will lie offered subject to.Teserve bids-lo DC aald. v. x. t e. rcglalcrcd Shorthorn bull, weight Ibs., 5 years old; 6S htad 'of' mostly 3 and 4 years old, all safe In cali, with calt tit foot or milking. Several gooil milk cows In this lot.; 2 head of 3 and 1 year, old steers; 7 bead rising years om heifers; 12 head "rising 2 year old steers; 14 head steers, rising yearlings; 19 head heifers, rising yearlings. Wllli the exception of three HolaLema, cattlo are all a gooJ beef typo ol cattle, mostly Shorthorna. registered Berkshire boar, 2 years old; G registered Berkshire sows, iliie to (arrow soon. and young hens; 3 Rhode Island lied cockerels. Arm bay slacker, 40 foot mast; 4 bay floats and slings; 2 McCormtck mowers; 1 Hearing mower; 2 dump rakes; 1 Masacy Harris side delivery rako; 1 sweep rake; 1 International horae power hay presa; 1 Inteuillonal gasoline power rros-s; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 Emerson "ulky plow; 1 walking atirl dilcb plows; 2 drag harrows; 1 subsurface packer; 1 Duckfoot cultivator; 1 2-horaa cultivator; 1 garden sccrtcr and cultivator; L Kcnlucky grain drill, nearly new; 1 p'olalo plaulcr; 1 potato digger; 3 dump :hay rack wagons; 2 bos wagons; 1 Decro manurs spreader; 1 buggy; 1 aprlng ivagon; 1 Overland 1 rnnd grftrter-ditchor; l.Burvcylns level; 2 peering binders; 1 fanning mill; 1 h.p. gaaollne engine; 1 pickler; 1 culling Loi; 1 alfalfa dlac harrows; 1 S-Inch Burr feed grinder; 1 leyelcr; 7 Bpts double harness; 1 set single harness; 1 eadulo; 3 slip "scrapers; 1 Fresno scraper; 1 Magnet cream separator, large churns; Slate incubator; 1 Iced cooker; 1 nauaagc.. grinder; 2 ilruma; 1 noilable (orRe, blacksmith and car- penter Idols, forks, Hhovels, etc.; 1 portable car nlao 1 Deere engine plow, 8 stubble bottoms, used very little, will bo offered, eubjetL lo reserve bid lo be announced at lime of sale. Several tons of aepd anil callng potatoes; feed and seetl'oils In bin; alfalfa anil mixed buy in Blacks; quanllly oC good Timothy BeeU, Kovernment cleaned and tested. Completo ouirit of household furniture, including upright Stod- dard piano, drop head Singer sewing machine, nearly new; mahog- any and quarlered oak furniture; MaJeMic range, beating stove; fancy and-plain dishes; all kinds of cooking utensils, Including aluminum ware. Also beds and bedrtlns. cscep( horses which will be one halt cash, balance on approved notes due Odobcr Ipl, 1517, Interest at eicjht per cenl. per annum. Discount of 5 per cent on credit amounts patd at time of sale.- LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED BY COALDALE LADIES- REMEMBER, SALE STARTS EARLY. BE PROMPT. AID. R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer W. H. PAWSON, Jr.r Prop. Babies' Milk Milk, supplied from Individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the govern merit veterinarian. Cream HlgheEl prices paid for Wo. I Cream and Check Sont for Each Shipment by Return Mail. 'Milk-: MILK AND CHEAM DELIVERED DAILY. ED.GEHILL MIRY i M To llic New Arrival Looking' for a Home. NTcw Lo Lhu cily hre Hnillng It very difficult to lonile a home. To (hose who are sui- from tliln Inconvenience anil Imvc ft little money I llnvc ;i ri'oposilion. A bcauliiul little home BlUial- oil In a dcslrahlo iJ-irL of tho clly on a 50 foot lot, large airy rooms, all modern conventcm-ps Kootl repair, comfortably fur- All ready to walk Into, which tan bo handled with fU.OOO Ciisli Balance Essy Terms. TMa will eel you out or you1 dlffieiilly and will mako yon money tlie ljuy. Cnll mi- see me and.gel full particulars. FRANK WADDINGTON S. O. E. Building Phone 770 Street S Notice to Farmers! AVc you wilh anil several years be- foic. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS. YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE CALGARY OFFICES. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHBRIDGE, M4455, CALQARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHEI1IDGL CALGARY 82-1) Etcrblna, 533b2. Have Tust Tinpni'tcrt from Iowa Fonrteen Registered Stallions 12 Pci'chcL'ons, 1 Belgian and 1 French Draft JOLIMETZ 117417, Dark Grey, Foaled May 28, 1914, weight about 1JCO Ibs. RACINE 105157. Black, Foaled May 8, 1914. weight about 1700 Ibi. BRILLIANT 54635. Black. Foaled June 8, 1S06, about 1500 Ibs. j LEANOER No. 1088B2. Grey. Foaled 5, 1914. No. 118556. Grey. Foaled March 20, 1914, weight about 1800 Ibs. No. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1913, weight about 1EOO Ibs. No. 96124. Black. Foaled June 7, 1912, weibht about 2100 Ibs. Hi. 73993. Black. Foaled June 28, 1310, weight about 1900 its'......... No. 57612 Black. Foaled June 4, 1908. Imported from France November 1908. No. E3063, Grey. Foaled April 20, 1910. Imported 1911, weight about 2200 Ibs. STERBI No. 53362 Black, Foalsd April 3, 190S. Imported from France 1907. MASTER DEXTER. Dlack. Record No. 122925. Foaled June 24, 1814. KING COLE Draft Stallion Black. Record No. 23612. Foal- ed August 1014. Belgian Stallion. Iloan. Itccord No. 9405. Foalrd June 11, 1914, weight about 1900. Thr.se stallions have been purchased from one of the largeit breeders and Importers on the American continent. They have been bought worth the money and are priced to sell. Will also exchange- for good farm horses. FOR SALE AT'THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN. H. O'. pOLLAG, OWNER COMING v i Farm Tractor and Auto r1 i -i hxhibit PRACTICALLY EVERY TRACTOR HANDLED IN LETHBRIDGE WILL BE DEMONSTRATED. Dates U> be Announced Later. ADDRESS FOR INFORMATION DEARDORFF BIG AUCTION SALE 20 Registered Sliorllinrn lieitcvs ai 25 Griiilc C'nlllc, stccr.s and licifcrs. 25 Woi'It llovses. Registered Pcrchcron 1 Registered Sliirc Stallion. FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd, at 1 o'clock, sharp ;