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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I/ETHBBIDGE JPAJLt HJBBALD^ Page V UiXMl No. K. 6�� ,' ' j, Style Book now wady, p!?turiiip th�* new inoilel?iW*:�lj6�rvndet 4^ / ''^"V^ ///-^ '' Ja$. S.^'Rose-;f'';7 eoe'-ard" Av��ue south. Lethb^rldfle, ^ibtria. MEN WHO GROW iD Something About J. C. Hill Who Holds the World's Record Come, nee these Utest esamples of Fashion's .iecrce.' You are cordially rnvftedi-wliether ready to piuchase^^^^ ornot. , T - Winnipegi lllaroh'.'as.-The following Winnipeg men'^ received notlfloation-' ;ron? the D. R. 'A, .Headquarters' at ' Ottawa yeaterda^ that they had se-" * cured'.Bla(�3~ on /.this Veftr's Bisley team, wd are-requested to accept the appointment not than. May 1.^ , Tw6,.fti")i^ in�n. 'St?^ Serfjeant Haw-^ the others still have-the-matter un-�der, consideration.*'The quartette is as " follows ; Private ' A. j,T)enholm, seveiity-ninth; Staff Serjeant C. A.; HawleV, 9qth -Sergeant W. David-, 'son, 90tb;-A: R/I^.'M. Sergeant H.i R, Northover, flOth. V The teanvwill- sail trqm"^ Montreal June 27, on the ETOP'ess >� Ireland, HOW'IT'S DOISEu.',iN. ENGLAND? ^ ^i,..f;i I, '*;_^,}^ " . Watarford,^^^O^t.,' Stanch ^24.-Geo. Ncal, a farmer,-a f^w kjle* frpni VfaXi orfQEdf died suddenly ,ftt tho^ homo, of -B^t. Mesflcar, trpi^s, aojate'. Indigestion caused^hsr eaunp.nlne ifrie* eggs on BSsler. morning.' H|,.w^p; ^llUBtratln^^ How they eat- eggs''in'.Ejngland; " wm - *�4 a:noted english lady is d * tUll iission Lady Dorothy Neville,/^IVho Knew Everybody that Was' ^ Worth KnowingI Lady Dbrothy, March 24.,-^'Lady^ Dorothy Neville died this ivenln|.j She wieldqd a. great innuenc^'ta,"*^"- Rushiiig ffie Line To the New ^ Settliers Edmonton, Alta., March 21.-City-bred and untrained as to things In agriculture, :were J. C. Hill and hlB three boys when they settled on homesteads at Lloydminster, east of Edmonton, eight yeard ago. Today they are the recognlssed champion oat growers of the North Aiuerican continent, having won, twlcie In succession, the silver challenge cup, valued at $1,500, at the fifth National Corn BxposlUon, Columbia, S. C. The plate, offloially known as ihe Colorado Oat trophy. Is emblematic of the grand championship prize for the best bushel of oats exhibited by Indlvhidal farmers or experiment farm at these expositions. The HIU entty won this year lu the face of the keenest competition, hundreds of exhibits being sent by experienced, farmers from all parts of the, .UtiHed states and Canada; The oats-woro pown on land which was wild prairie' less than tour years ago 0. G. Porter, chief cleric of the ex position association) has advised the winners that the' samples become the property pf the organization by virtue of winning the ptpmler honors. When, Mr. VJSill and hJs thfee sons who probably never saw a wider acre age than tbe'hllls of Hampstead Heath or the parks of London, came to Edmonton,' '.th'ey^ had little more capital than. was, required: for homestead entry; fees, m They, filed on four home-stead[s,ea type-that dares and, does., AUCTION SALE OP VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Having been lnstructed-6y the owner, iR. A..Culbertson, I will sell by Public Auction, at 301 Fifth Avenue South, on THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 19l5 Commencing at 10 a.m. till 12 and from 2 p-m. till 6 p.m,, Consisting of the following: 3- Piece parlor set. China cabinet G Rockers 4 Centre tables 2 Chiffoniers 3 Large rugs 6 Small Rugs Sideboard. Extension Table Couch Singer Sewing Machine Writing Desk 6 Dining-room chairs.' 5 Kitchen Chairs One 8-Day clock. 3 Pair Tapestry Curtains, with brass poles. One Cook raijge. One Kitchen Cupboard, One Kitchen Table ' Refrigerator. Three Double Iron Beds Springs and ma'ttresseS. - . I One single Iron Bed, sprlriK? and mattress. One folding cot. One child's iron cot. Four dressers and stands; Four toilet sets. . � Parlor Lamp Jardiniere Stand. ' Baby carriage :; Pillows and blankets . Sheets and Comforters 16 pictures One dinner set. i Ironing board. Curtain stretchers. Folding eloftihes horse, 22 Jars of friilt S dozen sealers. Boiler, tubs etc. trigeraior. i .  r � ------� i� Cooking utensils and other, articles too numerous to mention - _u_TER)VI8 CASH-- R. A. CULBERTSON, Owner ; GUS NEIDie, Auclloneen 'k BIACK FOX IS A ~4 BURNED A BIG RiVER STEAMER AND SUFFOtATBD TEN CARTAGE HORSES .Itfontreal, Que.', l^arcK',ai;riDfttnage roughly estimated in iheVnefajbor-�hopd of $75,000 was ��,uWd/kWy.lip^: night by a llre-:tlkt.'4e|tr4^^' I'.the shed of the MercliAhtB-M^^treiMliiBi on the canal at ihd J^p't: of'*St; Thomas street.r. daij(iagt(ll,te.j|^tM^ EIGHT TO TEN THOUSAND PAIR OFFERED FOR THE. YOUNG , 1 i ly; fox City ot Montreal, ,SV-v,,,. .. -� horses and blirned wa^bns, owned'by cartage firms. , , ,��'' The turning of � the^MPPet, supet-structure of the City qIJftbntrea^ Wt-nished a most spectacittei fl^A,\, . The' City ot/Hontr6aV..-*mt^ a mystery. > >',,,^. Edmonton, March '24-Steel has been, laid on all gradesconstruoted ioniEdmonton-Dunvefean/aad B. C. road last summer. The end of__ steel on !iaiiB:;."r'Qad .is now seventy-five ^ miles northwest of Edmonton and it is fully 'expectisfl that by the-end,.of the sum-pier'rails win have ,b,(Ejen."lald as far 'as,, A,thabasca River, 120 �iliiles from jEdraonton. ' " X D. MoArthur, 'of 'vifliinipeg, was ipUbe'olty this week ahd^he stated IJ^p^erjr-efCo^t^^ _ i,ito;v.reach. Athabasca, river'^^^^^^^ E&^liah^'nolitical and soclali-'WorM-f P-O??'?^'^.; .,A,]b(ig;,.sjB4^'8! La^ii^h poiwpal ana Bopiaiv^.wm^ g^yji y^jj ,3 pianned/tad-supplies ^'m^mLmm}m.>Pm$^i -.we\j)ejng rushel to.points..^oth .east best Englishmen and. woraen,f^dMW'ng, ^nd.west of, the Athabasca river hp-, .period' of some ,50, years. ?Sh0''|',�fi&p!#.e"thie ice goes,out,,"..j.j.'^....., .iPlOy^SaV'On , Hie, ilUO. ,l�Myru64 iuo., oo^Bw��, Sl^iiewtoii V (>- p.:Ss^^^ ^^aijiC will ^tart^jagalif^W; soM;!? ^'^i?^?. Jtfae.stato of,,th6,,ground-,makes, this jjJOsslble, Superintendent A. C. Gal- , la still Ikgue, on aopd fr^?y^' �'f�t^?'=''%'j tet appeared, and ^Hhe ranch - ol Henry Smith at Tyroite, ?,^?i?r'.5�,Sf�'Lr�aHme inierieranvB, iiinj �iuu�uo* .varioui ra.c'ie, | ceed the expectation b, a' )ut lorCMprlQy..and mwy^Qtjie^^^^^ on both sides of the Athabasca^ of ^ equal eminence in politics, j,5|i^^lHfiW � - > They won.  The Hill'farm,'four homesteads together, is.a mile square in area. Several hundresd acres'are under, oultl'vfe tion, and 200 aires will go into crop this spring. There Is a big fenced pasture, bordering, on a? lake, which provldesiaviboldlng for dairy; and beef cattle, .horses, pigs :.and, poultry, principally ."oliickens.i'-: The - farm; ihouse, modern'ilni every respect,. , 'compares favorably �With' any residence in the city. ;',The?Hill8 have substantiar banjc' accounts ;'and their credit Is glltedge from (Edmonton-; to Winnipeg, and!'Be-yond; � ..f''anything; you: pleiiBe'! .said the-'ielder,.'Hill.;' lucJc,i, liknowlt was hard work intelligentlyrdireotedv We were the' greenest of "tenderfeet" wjien::, we 8tarted.>work: on' this!'farm, but iWOfwerefi willing :tO':learn.;andjiTi^ .profited':ty, the-.ex'perience:ot the most ,su'5;FS,/?^^T^-;^ famer8.!UF�>8-V�/P�*M'�S-T cieuU on tu^ unt top .(-aah ;