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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRlbAY, MARCH 22, iflis THE LETHBHtOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVER miREPORI, Alairmore Draftees-Funeral of Soldier Held at Coleman- Capt, Lyon Home (From Our Own Corrospondont) Blnlrmoro, Murcli 21.-A young man.' who said lis was from Letlibridge was taken In by tlio It.N.W.M.P. ^jecauso ho liiid no oxoniptlon papors on lilm. Ho said ho was oxanilned by a doctor and rtoclarort unfit and' thought that was nil he needed. Anolhor man' hailing fi'om Illllcrest was found who had not toported. Helng a minor, ho wasuti' dor the delusion that he did not need any papers. Thoy,wero both escorted to Calgary. Two parties wore fined oi^ Tuesday (or not having licenses. The one had uut his automobllo license and the ^utlier (ailed to produce his chauffeur's license. |20.00 and costs tor both of them.,'' ' ' IHe. Charles Stewart Is down from Calgary �or a few days visiting his mother, He was also the bugler at the funeral of Lieut. Charles DuWop at Coleman today. Const. Cjirter was in Calgary over Sunday and reports a splendid time liearlng-the discussions at the forum on'that day when D. Elton of.lieth bridge was telling all about the Mor-mobs. ^ ' Capt. Lyon Homo. Capt. Lyon, who recruited hero tho lOand Battalion and has lately returned from the front, and also gained con sidorable notoriety over the Bailey case In Tok)nto, arrived In town this morning. His'friends were very glad to see him. Ho Is looking fine and does not seem to be worried about the Toronto affair. He still reiterates tho ijtatemont ho niade for the press last v.-oek that he never told Bailey that 90 pgr cent, ot the soldiers at the front wore drunk on Cbr'stma?. Capt. Lyon lias lived hero for many years, being one of the pioneers of the place. Ho ciimo down from Calgary specially to attend the funeral of Lieut. Charles Uunloprivho was one of his lieutenants in the 102ud. ' . Capt. Hunt of the BVank sanatorium was in charge of Lieut. Dunlop'a tun ei'al afColeman, and the school cadet of the Blairraoro public schools under Vrlnclpnl I'earson were engaged as the firing>s(iuad.; ' A'large number ot Oddfellows from TheHouse^els DepisiulableAlly 1 SIALLEDIHEMIN Heavy Snows Cause - New Schools Arc To Be^ Built in District The CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED,, nollovuo and Dlalrmore attended the funeral of the late Bro. Lieut. Chas. Dunlop. Lieut. Dunlop was one of the toara from Coleman Lodge that assisted in tho organization of tho LO.O.F. lodge In Blairmoro In 11)10. Bov, W. T. Young ot Frank was groelod with a large^and sympathetic audience last Sunday evening in the ^Unloii church when ho ably and clearly discussed the subject "The Church and tho Minor's Union." Mr. .1. Montalbottl received a card from Ills son Peter from, Toronto yes torday. Pto. Peter Montalbettl Joined the C.M.C. at Calgary last summer but is now' with a machine gun section in Toronto. He left ior that city about a week ago. Pto. Goodwin o� Calgary Is around In the Interests ot the Great War Vet orans' association, and Is having considerable success. The high school this week is enrolling'the "soldiers Qf tho soil" from tlie eligible scholars. , INeESTING FIGURES PAID OUT TO DATE MOTHER! YOUR CHILD IS GROSS, FEVERISH, FROM IF TONGUE la COATED, .BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND �0WeL3 Give ".fealiforiJB Syrup'of Figs" at onco-a teaspoonful today often saves tt Blck citlld tomorrow. If ypur little one is out-ofaorts, half-Blck,>l8n't resting, eating and acting naturally-look, Mother! see if tongue IB co&ted. This is a sure sign thM Its little'stbmach, liver and bo^Yols are clogged with waste. When cross, Irrl-tableiV feverish, stomach sour, breath bed or has stomacb-acbe, diarrhoea, sore 'tliroat, fulV^of cold, give a tea-spooiful of "Calitomia Syrup of Figs." and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour''bile gently moves out of its little' bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful ^ild again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this h'turmloss "friilt laxative," because it iieyiilr fails to cleanse the little ono'U livor'-V'and bpwels and sweeten the stomt^ch and. they'Vdearly lovo Us pleasant, taste. Full directions for bdb-ies, children of all ages and tor grown!-. up� tainted on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask Vyour, druggist tor a/ bottle of "ealifomia.-Syrup'of Figs;" then' see that it-Is'made h% tbo "Calltornla Fig Syrup Gompany.Vr-'AdvortiBeincnt. Buildipig^uA' -(br: the Spring Attack at the'F^nt'is a good deal like putting the bod/iin cond^tion^ for' an invasion of tho nrmsTOflgriPif pneumonia mt � Spring ffever" ;iira at^lldmo. At'thMutimiEf'o! the ywu.'mosi �utter {Mm fil',,eonditioi:i, often Sprin'i -n!rWi!i{MT)iey.r (eel tired, worn out, Ai(6teday (�'rha^^ Tliey may !hgva>i�'.lrequent liead��bes. ;and �oraetimaa'W'piihRly'^or pate 8kin.and white lipa.. .,Tiie leaion lor this is-that during''the' wintertime, shut 'up witli-in doors,eating.too much moat and too little green vogotablea. one heaps fuel into the system which irnot burned np, and Ihe olinkenr remain to poison tiie' sygtem-^ai^iogging � up of the eircaIatian�>.wHh,inaotive liver and kid reuBon of the notvos (coding on Ithe'i blood, when the blood .'is ; pure . f;he>norvoa (eel tlie etfeot, and neuralgia '"orflother tnerve-'pains disappcur be-uni)Be BuoU pain \u}^o cry of the starved nerves for lob'd. When sut^oring (rora , bn'oknohe,,Ireqiiont; or^ scanty urine, I iirlieumtttio palng hero or there, or thai l*/c6nBtanti tired (oeliiig, (iie simple way tottvorcome these disorders is merolv l;o obtain D�, PiorcQ'aifAnuric fronj your liUi^iiiilsU . lu tablob, fifty cciita. . Ottawa, March 18.-Some Jnterest-ing figures regarding pensions paid by tho government .were made public hero lonlgljt. Up 'to the end of October last, the time when an Increase In pensions was authorized by order-in-councll, the monthly sum ot $127,189 was paid to disabled sof-dlers since the war began and $307,-701 monthly to dependents ot soldiers who had given their, lives in the country's service, these together making a monthly expenditure gf ?4;i4,909. A statement Issued by the board ot pension commissioners give tho details of tho number ot disability pensioners, dependent pensioners and amounts actually paid from the com-' moncement of the war up to Oct. 31 last, that. Is up to the time when pensions were increased. When statistics after that date are made public they will, ot course, show a consld-eraiilo Increase over the old scale and It is expected that during\the coming financial year tho average monthly payments ot pensions vrill exceed n,ooo,ooo. Prom the commencement ot the war up to the end of October last, 8,177 disabled soldiers were awarded pensions, this number being made lip ot 2,234 officers, 1,073 non-com-mission^ offtcers, and 6,870 men. /This small army ot disabled heroes was divided into five classes according to their disability, and the. total amount paid to them each month was 1127,189. Widows of soldiers in receipt of pensiohs totalled 5,896, the monthly amount distributed on this account being $199,188, which, however, does not Include a . gratuity equivalent to two months' pensions, which' is paid to widows in , every case vyrlth their first pension cheque. The children ot pensioners, mentioned above,*ln respect ot .whom allowances are being paid, amounted toj' 9,!M6 and these drew a monthly sum of 161,078. Also 327 orphans ot soldiers of all ranks received $3,021 per month. . ^ The parents iOf'deceased ,j(0ldiers turther Bwell this list to theNnumber of 1,763 and were paid tho monthly sum of $43,361. CONF-IDENCE MAN| SENTENCED London, Ont., March 21.-Charles Mailings, Chicago, confidence man, was sentenced \d three-years in Kingston penitentiary by Magistrate pray-don here today when he pleaded guilty to'bigamy, desertion and two charges of thett. He was sentenced to two years tor theft and to three y�^ar8 on each of the other charges, the sonSon-cestorun concurrently. , HEAVY PINB (rrom Our Own Corrcspondonl) Foremost, March 19, 1918.-The C. P.R. embonkment at tho bast end of tho town went out with ^Afonday's freshet. The culverts Installed by the company on the briildlDg ot the line have proved adeauate for tho carrying off of the water In past years but the heavy snow and tho sudden thaw of Sunday and Monday proved too much for tho capacity oC the aqueduct and by two o'clock Monday the water had risen to a depth of over twenty feet. By four o'clock the depth was around seventy feet and tho water had commenced to cut a course through the embankraont. At about five o'clock there was a roar like that ot heavy cannon and tons ot water and earth went rushing down the coulee. Some forty feet ot railway track was left suspended In mld-alr. Later in the 'evening another piece of the embankment went by tho board. There was no train service to the east today and the Maisyberries flyer la stalled In Foremost for the night. The flood threatened for a time to carry oft the plant of Mike Leismas-ter and the stocic ot tlie F'oremost dairy but. little damage was dono and the magnificent herd escaped with a-few wet feet. Mike Is doing business as usual. Mr. P. Druln, ot Fraser & Druln, returned today after a three weeks' vacation spent in Chicago and other points. He Is looking tit for the coming ordeal of a heavy rush of business during the season now opening. After spending the' winter In California, Mr. J. J. Watson returned on Saturday's train. Mrs. Watson went to Vancouver to meet him. A. J. Donahoe, who has been absent on U.F.A. work tor some two months, rr.turned home on Saturday. Tho Foremost Red Cross society of the North SIdo gave a dance In Smith's h.ill on Monday evening. The Foremost Red Cross society. West SIdo branch, are holding their weekly meeting In the Municipal hall on Saturday, March 23rd. New Schools, ' There promises to be a large and active building programme by school boards in this Inspectoral division during the coming summer. The lo cal Inspector ot school's reports the building of ni least five and possibly seven schools of (our rooms or over. The days ot the one roomed schools are rapidly passing away and In a very short time thoni.-xvill be only consoli-dalod and town schools. Mr. John Krantz, some miles south ot tho town,_wa8 tho victim ot the cattle rustler. A fine cow was stolon, sold and butchered. Tho local A.P.P. is working on the case. PERiTSTOSHIP Washington, Mar. 22.-Permits for the months of April, May and Juno have been issued by the fuel administration to a large^number of coal operators for exports.of coal to Canada. C. A. Magrath, fuel coiitrollcr tor Canada, has been given the privilege ot calling upon the fuel administration to issue periiaits to any shippers who may apply to him. The administration announcement says that all shipmontR nf coal to Can' ada during the last seaeon wore upon the aaihe basis a's if Canada were one of the states of the union. In return, Canada furnishes coal to this country. Much of the product tliat is used in the northwest states come from the mines ot British Cpluml>la. ^ QET8 IS YEARS Burlington, 'Vermont, March 22. - Harold Macley, of Holland, Vermont was found guilty by tho federal court yesterday of, disloyal utterances and was sentenced to in years imprisonment at Atlanta. Witness testified that Maokley had said he was proud ot his German Wood and If forced to flght'against the Germans ho would plan to shoot.a number ot Americans before he was killed. GETS CROSS OF WAR KIngston.xOnt., March 22.- Word has reached the city that Lieut. W. S McCann has been awarded the Croix De Guerre for valuable services in the tlold at PassChendaelc. Lieut. McCann has been at the"*ront about two years He Is a son of ex-Alderman McCann ot this cityi Said a cheerful old hoar in the Zoo; "I never have time to feel blue. It it bores me, you know To walk to and fro, I reverse it and walk fro and to." A CHOICE. If you must sit and aigh. And have tho blues, Why don't you try To realize That there are aighs and sigh*, And blues and blues. From which to chooan. There's Heavenly blues and blues ot i tranquil seas, ' Both pleasant-'If you have them, pray , have these; And when you sigh, be like the turtle- i dove, / Who Imows not-grief, and merely sighs; for love. London, Rtarch 22.-Tho particulars of the splendid deeds for which the following. Canadian Infantrymen won the Distinguished Service Order ha^re b'een published as follows: Major Ernest Victor Collyer led his company with groat skill and courage. He was tho first to onter the ^nemy trenches and although wounded, he continued to lead his men until the objective was reached. The enemy launched a counter-attack which he broke up. Lieut. William Hope King took command ot tho company when the commanding officer was killed lu an advance. Althouglt wounded, he led the company into the enemy trench, where he was wounded again. He continued to direct the company until the entire enemy garrison were captured or killed. He theiv directed the withdrawal of his men and carried a wounded sergeant out under heavy fire. Lieut. James McCormick led a bombing . party and captured an enemy gun, killing the crew, he reached the objective, took command and beat off four counter-attacks, ' Lieut. Edward Lyman Abbott, awarded a bar to the Militaryv Cross, drove the garrison from tho enemy's position and disposed ot a hostile working party. He then blew up the enemy dugouts. Lieut. R. T. Hodge of.^he flying corps, a native of Toronto,, has been awarded the Military Cross: Ho shot down fourteen enemy aircraft in three months. Sandwich, Ont, March 22.-What Is believed to be tho heaviest fine ever Imposedby a. police magistrato Talbot, -a negro ot this town, for vlolaiion of'the^om-perance Act. It amounted to $500 and $25 coats and was imposed by Magistrate Breault. , ;, � '  ' fRAirii FEMA't-E AORICUL- Toronto; Maroh '22,-rSir Wil-Ilaift Hearst announced in the loglslature yesterday afternoon tli(\t a tro wheels to push." ^ "The Moliho UniverBBl is'all Tractor." "No 6etter Tractor is made for tough sod." "This tractor in all its detialls is absohit'ely guaranteed by the \ ._ Moline Plow Co., who are the oldest farm Implement makers I l in the States. ' :' "It 1% made in the lengest Tractor factory In the "world," "An automatic force feed oiler. Carburetor, HoUey Automatic. , ^Clutch, Cono type .faqdd .with Raybestos. .Governor^' centrifugal ball type (enclosed) running in oil. i / "7500 sold in 1917, 20,000, contracted to build in 19;18." "The man who (\rlve8 the Tractor runs the binder." "It is absolutely A ONE-MAN OUTFIT.�' 2 cylinders, slie-A, 2 plows in ,breahlnfe Sin stuljblo. ' 4 cylindfer, slie^D, 3 plows. liibroaWng, 4 in stubble. ,,,,Slze B is a seit starter and runs a 28 separator, " , ^0 per cent reserve power. No running on full capacity. You can have dellxery today. No waiting. Repairs, a full stock Will bekept in Lethbridge. Expert will^o kept-, solely for Moljne Tractor work. "Service" Is and always has" been the ,watchword bf the Moline Co. Th^e price jis rlght,''.no other maker can touch it. The aimlity is guaranteed and 119,000,000 is behind it. -- Ramembtr it la'iht lait'Word In Tractora. W. KEITH BELL 1212 6th Avenue South, latha.Leear Aaent far, Lethbridge and DIttrlct. N � � Phona 1301,, � ' ' ' AIRMAN MISSING Paris, March 21.-Second' Lieut. Prince De Tonnay-Charet, one ot the most promising young French aviators Is missing. He has brought down seven German machines. IN BRIEF. Eat less^ breathe more. Talk less; think more. Ride less; walk more. Clothe less; bathe more. Worry less; work morS. "Waste less; give more. Preach less; practice more. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF PURE BRED AND GRADE Percheron Stallions, Mares and Registered Stallions ON SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 6, RANGE 22, 5 -MILES NORTH AND 4 IVIILE8 WEST OF MAGRATH, ON Saturday, March 30, 1918 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP Norman 2721-73797, 8 years old, about 1900 lbs.; Registered Gertrude, No. 70775, 7 years old, black mare; Rdgistered Victoria, No. 70778, 7 years old, black mare; 1 gray mare, rising 2 years Q^d, eligible for registration; 1 gray mare, rising 2 years old, eligible for registration; 2 colts, rising 1 year, eligible tor registration; 1 grade Percheron stallion, 6 years old, 1900 lbs. FRENCH DRAFT, Katherlne, registered No. 20991, grey mare. 9 years old, 1600 lbs.; � Ploralne, registered No. 22512, black mare, 8 years old, 1600 lbs.; Marly.8s, registered No. 22703, black mare, ., S years old, 1500 lbs.; 1 standard bred stallion, 6 years old; 1 grey mare, 6 years old, in foal, 1600 lbs.; 1 black mare, C years old. In foal, 1600 lbs.; 1 grey mare, 8 years old, in foal, 1400 lbs.; 1 black mare, 9 years"old, in foal, 1500 lbs.; 1 black mare, 9 years old, 1400 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 6 years old, in foal, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 4 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 3 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 black mare, 3 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 3 years (jid, eligible papers, .1300 lbs.; 1 bay 'gelding, 2 years old, papers, 1100 lbs.; 1 bay gelding; 2 years old, papers, 1200 lbs.; 1 grey gelding, 2 years old, papers, 1100 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 2 years old; 1 bay mare, 2 years old; 1 black gelding, 2 years old; 1 bay horse colt, 1 year old; 1 brown horse colt, 1 years old; 1 bay horse colt, 3 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 black horse colt, 3 years old, 1250 lbs.; 1 grey horse colt, 7 years old, 1600 lbs.; 1 bay horse colt, 7 years old, 1400 lbs.; 1 Shorthorn roan bull, 3 years old, Durham, Bob, 113232. All the abbve atock, lets the colts, are broke to work and af� In good condition. This is a rare chance to find as many horaea and colts of auch good breeding belonging to one man but tho proprietor is a real horse man, having sold his farm and going to retire, everything will be sold. NO RESERVE. TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, balance to be paid November lat, 1918, on approved Joint notas at 8 per cent, per annum on all credit amounts. 5 per cent, per annum on all credit amounts for cash. ALBERT WOCKNITZ, Proprietor JAMES A. SMITH, Auctioneer CATTLE FOR SALE Knight-Watson Ranching Company, Limited, offer for sale one of the largest ahd best herds of ' in Canada, consisting of Cows and Calves, two-year-old Steers and Heifers, yearling Steers and Heifers, also a niiniber of good , ^ Cattle for Sale, V*ry Highly Bred y""" �*'Walfars, 260 two year old.ataara, all llVill'Mon'tanV^"'' """^ Blackfoot ReaaV'a! ihi�Ji?.Hl*5[i!!r old ataers, pf wh(eh half ara 'Oeated on Teton Rlver.rifar Celllnsu *�pntim�, Oreat^Nerthsrn Railways aHelby line.-  ^ (*i ..^.i^II'mJ? �* � �  y"� old, brad bred and raglitartd. Alao a fsw thoroughbred cows and hilfai^. IF INTERkSTED IN ANY OF AlOVK L0T8 CAUL OR APOREaa, T. C, POWER These cattle are all one stiTaight mark and bratid Owing to the sale of part of our lease we are cpmpelled to dispose of these cattle this year. ^ Parties interested in part or all of these cattle will kinc^Jy address us at , .If J|ox 713, LethMclge KDight.Wats.slUuic|iiogCeiiipu>y HiU Block mm ^ 'I Linutcd ;