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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAnCri 22. 1017 DAILY ITKKAU> PACE SEVEN M1ENI FHONT tlsli soverpnionl o! a cerliln supply toe] price, Nor was Any such A jeaionauio margin tbo coal ot production was figured Hie prlco was fixed, tlio farmer IIQB rnarltclcd ctoi) Lie- Jore' H' and tlio govern- ment khewjuil ydiero >lie supply Is lo be sol and Bin Price "Tha tame ia'descrlbed by llio Brl tlsli government In rotation lo' the Canadian WLllo no price vat dcfliiltcly (fed upon In communi- cations .wllb j'ne Brlllsli government, yd a possible canvassed by taking ai biali'Ilio price paid Hie rarmer, wllh adjualmont, and j urned In ho PRESBYTERIAN H'OME MISSIONS -Toronlo, March financial filatcmcnt presented at> ilie moclliif ol iho homo inla- Blons and social Ber'vlce ,6f the tcrlan cliurclt In, CatifidirpowJn ses- elon at Iho Chrlitlan eyninbiuo uero, was. the beat In' yeata. The board started the year with a deficit of During the yw the dnbt Imd liceii reduced .The re- ceipts for tbo year, we're JG11.CS2. [n reiponea .to special 'appcali was. CFIOKT OF MGREMRETRrl wccMryos, months, o( work and enormous luanlUy-.ot DOW observation. Mc-aii- (lip enemy la k'i at ot'oiir 'pinna." WANT FURTHER RESTRICTIONS Edmonton, March Hen- ry will 'Introduce a delegation of about. 200 ot tlio Social Service Icaguo to tbo premier this afternoon In con- liccjllon with clauBo 65 o! the: liquor 3cl, deputation wants the quan- tity of. realrlclod lo not more A. P from a "ia" spirits and two eal- bLaff correspondent, via Tuckerton, llaa bcc" many limea and March German evacuation'IMS but makes provision only for especially this winter. While a lot of napaurao, Hove, Noyon nnd Feronne prlma ftido evidence of Illegal poeses- of cream and butter shippej laat Is but a part of a urcat strategic un- slon Instead actual olence. Uuminer, this winter witnesses! the (From our Own Del Donlla, Mar. Honlta la a (ino mixed farming coun- promlECS to revp- lutlonlzQ warfare on tho entire west- ern fi'nnl and constitute one of the mod deceive moves In tho war. Just a nionlli ago tlic Oormsna relltt commission sufficient sup to feed (hem. '.'NevsrthbleBS the patrols lo leave, .Noyb'n'. completely mcked the comrnls-.'evacuated an Important ecctor on the Blon BtoiououBU ol'ureatablcs, llien'Ancre, lint kept tho fact eecrtt for a ilyuamllcd the building, and finally j week wlillo tho bombarded the dciuctltailw'i nud cost.' they Hooded that of tho clly from Forl.'.WUlhun lo One ruins. i can corae' eloBe to It liking; The Work of thai blee aa being about II.62 llh which j empty trenches, (oday's report Iho Important develop- ment of 1317 on any front. Tha icc- ____., _____ lor Including Ihe evacuated cltlcn vlr- A mllo or two back from the Oer- Hially covers the greal baulo ironl. 'Reports from this acctlon of tho froiU gt fort. William or prelei-ihly a guar- I ealc of prime beefs anr] pork era. M. IlrsmuuBCn sold 25 prime lust wccii and some fine slecra also. Our newly elected school trustee, Mr. Connor, sold four rlnc steers a iVWIo ago, ivhJJe sui'enil Jiavo line porters ready and aro making i for -uiarkel. ilr. Wilson liah 12 fine eruntcra Juel penned up. An other branch of mixed farming has Just been Introduced by 1'ctcr lias wlio purcliaseJ a (ino flock of ahcop. Those arc the (Iriil shceji which, have bceji brought Into our country and wo all wish Mr. Rasmus- Ben, who Is highly In our 1 district, much success with THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALXER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, P H V. R JONES. Aii'l Cm! f UOHN AIP.D, Gerwrtl BROWN. Sup'i of CcntuJ WIIIUA CAPITAL PAID UP, I FUND, SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE New Canadian War Loan WILL EE RECEIVED AT ANY BRANCH OF THE CANADIAN BANK OF G OMMERCE Letnbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. .branch Our THE FIGHTING SON OF A FIGHT- ING IRISHMAN. Capt. ReJmond, son of Ihf Irish party's parliamentary leader. now business, etoreVicejicr, W. Ncivton, h handling hundrcila of of PEES which ho trades for groceries which proves (ha( Ihe Del nonlta chickens are doing llielr abare very woll to make this country prosper. The stork visited Ibe liomos of Mr, and Mrs. Perry and Mr. anil Mrd. HDX O'Neal anfl brought both (amllles a fine young fanner. Mr. Robert Ilallis. wllo has been working In tho coal mine last winter, returned to his ninch last week. He ciult the mines be- caUEe ho could not maks any money on account o( tho Etrihcs, he said. well'inows'tio Bpreads lo which tauaer tie prefienl method! Is on., wheat of 'l1 iood mllllis1 value, but ol Initrlo. nthpr rendered valueless, while more (ra- re not nar 5ortant a11 lhe enemy plans ara d' vh-' likewise of no ivorlb. They' mUEt entirely new ones to copo with aumo and new TLiB ,B a difficult Ihe iho for his. 1- Northern and gets for Aa a friend ot mine Bald, a cheap Jack not give-'four pence for any- (n selllBglo tne ur.i.jia Ml ,n peron .lnd_ ,ha, ml, tha_ farmer geU jalrictly true alsb'bf :Bapaumc. There Is nothing but filth. In' tbeBe two towns. Family have been kicked'into saw a pic- lure of some children In IJanaume and It was smeared wllb filth. Black bon- of old women who once lived in (hose liouses.lle.'about, rubbish heaps, and by same'strango are alrnoBt "the in- habitants who lived there before tbe Germans wrecked. their homee... hla other mlllable wdeat a price de- termined by Its' value, aa conpsroi' wlti No, 1 tor biking and milling jurpo'ses. Ha" Is Irom arliltrary Bprea'dB-wli'lcIiiroD bis, Inura to.tie bece'll ol the raUdlemm. 2 also chancea to He 'taken''tirMSpecl to the open' market The farmer cannot Tnarketilila year's crop until late In the -1917 or tie winter of 1918. Many '.Uiloga may happen nelween and then. The prlco may be Meh er lfr Friday and Saturday LADIES' HIGH CUT LACE BOOTS.' ChampaRno bottoms and. whUo kid (op, Louis heels, Lurnetl soles, receding loe. Reg- ular 56.50 values. Fri- O CC day nnd Saturday LADIES' PATENT BUTTON BOOT3. Goodyerir welled soles. receiHns toe, leatlicr Louis licols, kid Lop. Regular valuE3. Frlrtny ond Q jCC Satitniny............. LADIES' PATENT BUTTON BOOTS. Gooilyoar welleil narrow toe, Cuban hceU, inat bid "Regular Frl. and Sal. 3.65 The Cut-Rate American Boot Shop HENTLEVrS OLD STAND 116 FIFTH STREET 8. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE AUCTION ROOMS S. 0. E. BUILDING FRIDAY Nf XT, MARCH 23rd AT 10.30 A.M. AND 2.00 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR3. FRANK CLINE AND OTHERS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND RESERVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And ctTccls Inclntlins: QanrLtr cut.oak chlironScr, wllh rounil bevcllc.l mirror; innliogany with beTclleil mirror; ex- cellent s'oiiM oak buffet; solid oaX round pxlcnslon dining talilc anrt sel ot 6 chairs to match; Lhreo piece mfthoEany parlor suite; 'mahcgnnr base roclicr; solltl onli sei-llonal hooV ciss. with desk combinnlion; hcary bmsa inouiilc-l licil, complete with springs afiil uillrc33; Osteimoor over very Koio.i csrpcl squiro; sanitary lounsc; occngional tables; eunilry ruga; pictures; bociVa; -linen; massive oak .sideboard; set oi G oak dining chairs; carriot oak dresacrs and slnnds; .occasional chalrg; oak hall jLLHnrt; oak roll (op desk; motor washing machine; sundry pl.inta, IrichuUnR large Oleander; S-day clock; lawn mower; electric Iron; Hems of silvcrwnrc; splendid slasa fronlcrt cupboard; ant! also at ft low rcscnrc UPRIGHT PIANO IN EEONIZED CASE, BY MASON TIISCH. Owing to the Urge quantity of will commcnco at 10.30 a.m. when Lhe smaller Items wilt be sold. GOODS ON VIEW, 7.M TO 9.00.THIS EVENING. TERMS CASK Aucllonier'i Phani Have just placed :m order with J. H. PAT- KICK SON, of Fail-field Stock Farm, Id- Icrtou, Ontario, for. Two Carloads of Choice Registered Shorthorn Bulls and Heifers Which will ai-rivc nt COALDALE ABOUT MAY ami will be on sale after tball ,rtatc. ANY INQUIRIES RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND WILL ACCEPT ORDERS NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. SAMUEL SIDLES COALDALE, ALBERTA FARM IS SITUATED ONE MILE EAST AND TWO AND A HALF MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE STATION. HOT AIR ACES SEE The Bixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBR1DOE ;