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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIiniMDOE DAILY PURE FOOD MARKETS-SATURDAY SPECIALS NEW LAID EGGS 4Oc Dozen THIS IS WHERE YOU SAVE MONEY finest Eonniebrook Dairy Butter Per Ib. .40 finest ftlberta Cream- ery Butter Per Ib. QUALITY AND PRICE COUNTS MERE We have secured Mr. B. S. Pawsom' lambs are considered the best in the south country, and will be on sale in our markets YOU CANT BUY ANYTHING CHOICER. OUR CLASS OF TRADE DEMANDS THE BEST OUR WINDOW DISPLAY P. BURNS CO. LIMITED MOEWE RETURNS FROM ANOTHER TRIP Berlin. flic Gorman auxiliary cruiser Moewo lios returned Into a Loirio port or tlio navy from a second in the Al- lanllc ocean, H was announced today liy (he German admiralty. Tlio Moiwo, according to tlio statement, captured 22 steamships "ml nvo sailing ships tons gross. MOIST HOT AIR FURNACES SEE j 'TheDixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD 3LOCK, LETHBRIDGE Opera House To Insfal lieal Eslalc Agents Are Busy (From Our Own correspondent) Chamilion, Mar. Schllli returned from SI. Paul on Monday last week. .As soon as -woallicr pcrmlls llic w' opcrn liousc will be siarteti; in connection ihey will have a plant which will also llghC (lio lov.-n Many ot Hie ImildinEs linvc liccn wir- ed for it [nlcly. Gcorgo Orr lias received two In Icrmttona! tractors, ho also reports sale o( a Chevrolet car to A. S oberts. The Starr brothers arrived las Sterblnn, 53362. Have Just Imported from Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions J2 I'wrlieroiis, 1 Belgian p.iul 1 French TJraft i JOUIMETZ 117417, Dsrk Grey, FoaUd Hay 28, weigh! Black, Foaled May 8, 1914. weight I about 1700 Ibs. BRILLIANT 5-'5J5. Elsck. Foaled June 8, 190E, about 1900 LEANDER No. 103E32. Grey. Foaled May B, 1914. No.' 118556. Orey. Foaled Murcli 20, 19H. about IBOO Ibs. Ma. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1913, weTrjhl about 1EOO Ibs. No. 96124. Black. Foaled June 7, 1912, weibhl about 2100 Ibfi. No. 739E3. Dlsck. Foaled June 28, 1910, weight about 1900 Ihs. No. 57612 BlacV. Foaled June 4, 1906. Imported from France November 1903. No. 83053, Gr-y.'.Foaled April EO, 1910. Irnported Irom August 1911, weight about 2200 I'js, No. 63352 Black, Foaled April 3, 1905. Imported [rom France 1907. DEXTER. Black. Record No. 122925. Fo.iltd June 24, 1914. COLE Drall Staljion Black. Record No. 23512. Foal- cd August 15lh, 1314. Stallion. Roan. Record No. 9405, Foaled June II, 1914, vvelnht about 1900. These stallions have purchased from one of the largest and Imporleri on the American continent. They have been .bough! worth the money and art priced to sell. Will also jfor good farm horses. SALE AT THE LETIIHIttDGE SALE HAHX. H. O. ROLLAG, OWNRR OtUwa, March 22.--The loll In government awl political cir- cles this morning is that tlie rcsigrm- lion of Hon. E. Blonilin, postmaster IHE AOOPIS will not be accented Slr Arc More ordcn. IJcflnUc 'Heelings arc. more Ilohfcrt Bord have already been, made, however, for thoi'administration of the post office department, while TUr. Bloudlu is en- caged in Hie task of enrolling a real and Quebec. naming lion. E. L. Patenaudo, secre lary of state, as acting postmaster- yenoral, has nlrcady been passed. battalion in Mont- order hi council Cars For Grain Arc Needed om hi ihelr wishes for o. com-; ilelc recovery. Another case- show-r our need for a liospltal at LOAN ON FA II MS 000.000 will he 'issued in farm loans eck from across the border. They' during the next -12 "months, accordliiR rought a carload ot horses and marie Iby tho farm loan r (From Our Oivn Coi respondent) Cards ton, Mar. Monday last, the first Hoard of Trade lun- cheon was enjoyed by tlie members at (he Cnlioun hold cafe. As it was the first, possibly a numher ol the business men who should have hccn present, fulled to remember Hie event. glad to be able to ilo so before crop- Tlie recovery of the iialient Urns far; iliiB. I is rcnmrHablc and all her friends will Woolford Ward Conference I.asl Sunday the (.conic 01 (he I.D.S. U'oolford Ward lield the bebt annual con faience in their Nearly every member was present and the school house was noL largo enough to hold thorn all. so that the need of n new place of worship was seriously considered. It (s to be hopcrt tiiat plans will lie maturcJ for the building of a suitable piece of meeting in the near future.. All organ! gallon a were v.ell -rcpie scnlcd and very gratifying reports o( the year's progress were Riven. An epidemic of measles has caused the closing of Llie school 'al Glen- wood and likewise at Cardslon' this i week. There were sonic thlrteei 'cases reported when it was decided to close the Cardston school.' No new canes are reported slnco "Hie incuts. They have houjht out the ivnagard ranch. The past winter has proved a busy I 10 for the real estate offices here; lth more competition, each have andlod far more deals than hefore. and in this district seems to he arllcularly attractive. D. S. llobcrtson returned last week rom an extended trip to Ontario ami ic eastern states. Mr and Mrs. Dilllngham and family eft on Krirtny for Three their uture home. Glen Clener has returned from Cal- gnry where he was attending the ?o11cEiate. He Is enrolled non- ho high school here. The auction sale horses at the ivcry barns on Saturday iva3 very successful. The Government is atlvcrUsing foi rnders for n .telephone exchange (o be built here. Tenders "are to he in by April 12. The St. Patrick's dance given by the girls on evening was well attended, and n nleaasnl evening spent. A Calgary orchestra furnish- ed Ihc music. Toss of the Storm Country" presented Saturday cvc-nlug by the Players. Tho hall was crowded, ami had many a good laugh. As no EUUsUlule could be obtained, in the absence of IIcv. R. HoHowny, no service wns bold Sunday evening. The Women's Inslliiite meet or Wednesday afternoon. Papers were read by Mrs. OBilric, "The Ilighls of and Miss Adams, on for Little i The Jliblo class was Held last nesday evening at Mrs. M. lloherts. A. Hunting, superintendent of the Canada Hour Mills, spent a couple of days ill lawn ibis week, relumed from n va- on thc numbcr of received. District Welcomes New Farm Buildings Going Up (From Our On-n Correspondent Vulcan, Alia., .Mar. With rea spring wpaihcr for the nasL week uring huslncsa has opened up and Vn ?an and district will soon start stet Ing another crop. To. say that Hi town is busy would putting it mild- 1 ]y. Never lirlorc have there, linen so r cation PTII states last week. Oiuarlo and the Cftsl- many transients pass through Vulcan which taxes the local accommodation to Ks capacity each day. Yesterday's freight brought in six cars of settlers' effects, which means six more [auiilies to lake tip land in the district. Farmers are preparing for seeding another crop whlrh Ti'lll .cover, from present estimates, a greater acreage than last year. plows, snmll gas oiitllts, harrows, etc., are contin- ually goins onl of town. .1. Tnylor. o[ Calgary, is tlie non- foreman lor Roger Bros., contractors, arc'luilldlns n concrete store for A very iiccenlable spread was pro-1 ided by A. L. well hown "caterer anil after partaking f the repast, the members repaired o the hotel parlor for tile traiiEac- ion of business. The intention is to make the first Icnday in each, month memorable jy a Hoard of Trade meeting, unch being n very enjoyable prelude o the business iiarL of it. The presl- leni, J. C. Cahoun, and secretary, -ass, aro making earnest. efforts for the success of these meet-1 ngs. All the business men should IJR 1 on hand to make things hum Cor Cardston. A live Board of Trade can >c a very great factor in tho develop-1 incnl of Ihis district. Cardslon has j no U.KA. and this is the onlr organ- ization that" can volco tho interests of tlie town and district. Grain Blockadt The clevalors are practically all full anil no cars ore'coming lo hand so that many fanners are finding storage about town for their grain. Tlic sleighlDg is fast disappearing and roads will soon be impassable for heavy loads. Cars for Lalcd hay are in groat de- niaud, reriiQ thirty are said lo be on the list at present. Wool ford cleva ors are reported as full and the arniers (11 many instances will have o nwait marketing their uraln ,nnlil ifier Some thresliinE is ysL to be done n the dlcnwcod and Hill Spring dis rlcls, also soulh and cast of Card ston. Mr. Gardner, of Aetna wa InlshfiiG his grain today and Is vor> and it is hoped that the grades Mill resume next week. The high school grades have continued wort. Serious Operation Mrs, Mary Marsdcn Workman was oycraled upon by Dr. .It.; Lynn al her father's residence.rc'cbnlly ;for Ihrco serious disorders. Tho .doctor is reported ns givliit; it as_tlie worst has yet had in his1 practice here. A trained nurse was obtained from l.ullilridgc and the lady favorably, although her life was despaired of for some lirae. remember ta H order a supply of Sun- kiat frorti dealert Sunkist are .the uniformly Uniformly Good lir. country. Mr. and Mrs. Sclimcelko Sr., rc- nrncd on Saturday form the eastern stales wlierc liicy sprnl the winter. lUll lilrlcli Is tho Deidscr tractor for whicli he lias Ihc Ecncy lor this lerrilory. N" SI. Peter is inslallinn an clec- Irical plant in his hardware store Tlila wl'll Fcrvc as a demonstration as well as he has the, agency for district. The forr.ior Mounted Police bar racks is being renovated for an up to-ilalc clifecUonory; they nre lo n sola fountain. Howard Smith has been trccblci iMcly with "blarS leg" among hii cattle, lie has already lost clghl. Inspector Husscl of the I al srescnl In town. ........._.....__ ____ R M. Clark. Meat Market G. Shaw has been very unfortunate j The bnilrilng is well under way and i lately, l-asl week he ft wallet [the latter part of April will it fin I containing" On Tuesday morn-fished, ing he lelt for Innisfail on account] Irving Hros., ivhct were I of tho ecriouR Illness of his son. j burned out recently, have their neu j Mr. Mills is on Ihe sick list. I block nearly completed. They ex-1 pcct lo movu In shoriiy. i The new Presbyterian church Is being finished inside and the opening ervicca will likely be heltl at Kaslcr. lloy Walker returned Saturday from months' trip to San Francisco, ml other roast cities. II. 1. Slecrt returned Monday from visil to Vnncouv'er and Victoria. Miss Annie Dclany of Calgary, ic sitins Miss V. McQueen for n few days. The I'.nrricr Co. with Frank Frcson the leading role, played to capa- city houses In the oncm house Saturday. Messrs. Toryeson and Cow lave taken ovor the management of the house nnd arc finding favor In .own witli their pictures and road at- Iraclioas. 11 to hoped that Vnl- cfln will he favored wilh 'more shows sii IF vm on mm. m If Cross, Feverish, Sick. Bilious, Give Fruit Laxative al Once. There Will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction At the LeUibriuge >Salc anil Feed Bani, On THURSDAY, MARCH 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING 1 team Clyde Mares, 7 and 8 year, weight 3600 Ibs. 1 team Geldings, 6 and 7 years old, weight 3100 Ibs. 1 Bay Mare, 6 years otd, weight 1600 Ibs. .1 1 Bay Gelding, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. 1 team Clyde Mares, 4 and 5 years old, weight 2BOO Ibs. 1 Black team Mares, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2600 Ibs. 1 Black, team Mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2800 Ibs. I Bay Gelding, 7 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. 1 Grey Mare, 11 years old, weight 1500 Ibs. 1 Bay Mare, 6 years oH, in Taal, weight 1300 Ibs. 1 Groy Mare, 4 years old, weight 1100 Ibs. THESE HORSES ARE ALL IN GOOD CONDITION AND ALL BROKEN TO WORK. GOOD GRADE STOCK. Also JO Oracle Cows su'riiosed to be in Calf. 4 to S years old. OWNER HAS RENTED HIS FARM THE REASON FOR SELLING TERMS CASH J- A. SMITH, Auctioneer G. Miller Is laKIng his place al llic store. The fine weather o[ (ho nasl few ilayrs luis dried the ro.uls a great deal. In most places in "llic vt- icinity of the toun, Ihcy are In splcn- IclM condition, 1ml outside o[ that Jllifcy aro sllll prclly !0or. The elevators are agnin gcltine n bit ol relief In the way of cars. Tncy Htill iiio a sooil miiny as there s still a largo ot wlieat In ot the narrirr cnlltirc. Tho CrOfS soclclv arc linlcling nnothcr of Ilicir ilcllslnrrrl dnncos lo- nioTrow evening. Tho dcMli occiurcd last Saturday of >lra. Marlon JlcPlicrson aged scvcnly years, al Ihc homo o her son. Tho deceased lady hail been 111 for some three wccks, and the I Me Kvery mother realizes, after Kl lior children "California Syrup that this is their ideal laxative, because they love ils pleasant lastc ami It thoroughly cleanses llio tender Illllo slomacli, liver and bowels witli- ml srlping. irrilahlc, feverish or ircalh is baJ, Bloinach sour, looi at lie lonsnc, Mother! It coated, give easpnonfnl o( this harmless "tmi and 1n a few hours all Ihc foul, consllpaled waste, sour bile ani undiReslcd food passes out ot tlic hot- els, nnd yon have a. well, playful clilk again. When system is full of cold, throat sore. slomach ache, diarrhoea, Iw'.lgestlon, ber, a Rood "inside cleansing" should always be Ihe first treatment given. Millions of molhcrs keep "Californ- ia Syrup of Kiga'' handy; they fcnow a teaspoor.ful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a SO- ccnl bolllc of "California Syrup ot Figs." which has directions tor babies, children ot all ages and crown-nps printed on the bottle. Ucwnre ol was not unejcpocled. Trie remains! cor.r.Scrtelts sold here, so don t be fool- rcre shipped to N.S., foricd. (let tho genuine, made liy "Call- iitTm-nt, llornli Kli Sjrun Section Tiaud, '2 miles from station. Wcy- burn line. Exccllcnrwlicat soil. JS12.50 licr nc'j'O. ToniiH. AVoi-lh double. Will sell in half sections. H. GALVIN SEVEN MACDONALD BLOCK ;