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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT HK l.ET-HBRIDGK DAILY H E K A H3 rxRi:si:ini:i> AUCTION SALE J. A. SMITH HAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. H. TARRY TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. ON FRIDAY, MARCH 31st AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING. AT THE OLD DALLAS FARM. -I MILES EAST OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HORSES-1 Train of ,;;ci(Iim;-'. iuu\ il .\>'!>r, yciirs old. woiglil Mini lbs,; 1 uoUliiiK. S yi'iirs olil. !LMii Ilis.: I ufkliug. 7 >>>nrs oUl. U'Oii lbs. CATTLE-> StoiMs. :'. .M'ars old. llJOii Ihs.; 2 oows in calf; I cow with calf at foot. HOGS-i; liorksliiit^ hrood ho-.vs. dm- to farrow in month of .May: in stnio l!oi;s. I'J.". lbs. FOWL-I'lii Fowls, iiic.-tl,\' (liiic bred fowl, soiiio UUu-k Minor .�as, soino Hnnvn l.o.elionis. soiiio Wliito 1 .oclioi ns. and some Harrod Koc!;. IMPLEMENTS-1 Ib'triiii; bind.-:- ufaii.\ now; 1 .Massoy-Ih'.riMs ir, luio drill, witli .urass sfi-dor atlachnu'tit: I sitlky plow: �J w.ilkins plows: l sfi of iron harrows: 1 turnip pulpcr: I new t-rowed potato sprayer: 1 lime w.in spra.xer: i' new Hoover poiaio dis;;;ers: I land packer: 1 set of wei.ch scales, i'chmi lbs.; 1 ;2ilo egK incubator and brooder: "J cultivators; 1 liay nike; 1 e.\pivss wapon. 1 democrat wa!;on: 'in rods of hot, wire: t cnam separator, nearly new; 1 churn; shovels: spades; 1 sinuie bii.csy: forks; i sets of team harness, bi tons of seed potatoes: '1 hives of bees, FURNITURE-1 l.ar.se cook ranue: healer stoves: I larue extension tables: 10 bedsteads, siu'inps and tnatiresses; 1 set of wicker chairs of H; 1 rol! top writin.c desk and chair; 1 ico refrigerator; also a i)iiantity of tieddinc: 1 dressers; e, kitchen and it diniiii: chairs: a la.rse quantity of cookiiip utensils, TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON MRS. H. TARRY. Proprietress. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer THE LAND TITLES ACT Filing No, M, 107. MOinXSACi: SALE OF I'ndcr and by virtue of the power of sale confoiTt'd by The Land Titles .�\cl upon the .MortRapee in a certain .Menioruiidinn of .Mortsiji.ne. which will be produced nt the lime of the sale ,and pursuant to the directions of the i Registrar of the South Alberta Land ' Resist rat ion Histrict. there will he I offered for sale at the I'otirt Mouse lot Lelhbrldse, in the I'rovluce of ; berla. at twelve o'clock noon, on Sut-, itrday. the ,Sth day of .\pril A.D. l!Hii. by .Malcolm Vouni;. of l.ethbrldKe. .Vl-berta. Auctioneer, the following lands jainl premises, nnmely:- The South-; i:ast Quarter of Section Thirty-Two 'I'.'-'i. in Townshli) Ten i lb) of Uiinge : Twenty iL'Pi. West of the Ith Meridian, excepting re.-.ervutlon.s as may "mmm: m i PI lb SATURDAY, MARCH 25, What the Press Agents Say BEST FOR LIVER AND BOWELS, FOR BILIOUSNESS, SOUR STOMACH AND CON STIPATION Pantages Bill (let Ill-cent box now. The new proginm opening, at the ,t)rpheum next Mondn\ hns nil the car I marks of a splendid show and one that iwlU please the . illHet'linlnatiiig vatide-Mlllc fans. It is composed of coincdy, j chnorness. draimi and roller ukiiting. I Hytnuti .\dler. the character actor, ,,,.n.,, ....... jwill entertain with his life study Furred Tongue. Had t'olUs. Iiiditscs-(.sketch called "Solomon's Itargaln." tion. Sallow Skin and miserable head-; which is a character study of the life uch.'s come Inmi � torptil liver ip the east side of New York. Mr. and clogged bowels, which cause . |s ably supported by his com- your stomach to liecomc filled with , psmy of iiiayers who all have impor-undigested food, uliich sours and for-: mnf roles In the sketch, meiiis like gaiiiage in a swill bairel, 1 Hari-y tlllbert. the diiilect coiiiedlau. That's the lirst sicii to untold misery will offer his coiiiedv number which -indigestion, foe.l yases, bad breath; .jingj^,,;, of songs rendered in different -----| .v^llow skin, mental fears everything |i,>^,,.t^ appear in existing t erlif.cate of Idle. , horrible and nauseating. A \ .,-he Three llickcy llrotliers will pre- I TERMS ' Cascaret tonight will give your con sent their melange of singing, dancing , The terms of sale to he t�'eiity | ij.nvols a ilioiiiiigli cleans- k.^qi,,,,!,, .,,| ooniedv which these iper cent. fJfK;) cash at the Hmo of : i,^. and siraightea >o.i out. by morn-ti,^^.^ ,,^,jp sci'eam troin their I the sale, and the balance according  11,0. -nu.y work while you sleep-� c^jH appearance on the stage iio ibr tPin.s un,i ron.ii.w.n. i- , i,.(.e,, i,ox from yonr dniggisl s'lill, ..^, exhibition of fancv skating will keep vim feeling ;;ood for luonth;. 1. . -  - " i made known at the time of the sale, or ujion application to the undersign-I ed Solicitors. The above property will be offered 1 for sale sub.)eci to a sealed Reserved UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE ON THE NORTH- EAST 15-S-21. FOUR MILES SOUTH-EAST OF LETHBRIDGE on TUESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1916 AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP ' HORSES-I Koati mare. >\ years old. H-iO lbs.; 1 black mare, t; years old. K!ob lbs.: I bay gelding. 7 years old l:'.U(i lbs.; 1 grey inare. years old, lldn lbs.; \ ,-oaii mare. - years old; 1 black ceJding. 2 years old; 1 bay mare. 1 year old. CATTLE-High grade Durham; 7 fresh cows; l.s cows, due to he fresh in April: Vl heifers, l' years old; steers. '-' years old; ill calves; \ brood sows, due to fanow luonth or .-^pril; .".o chickens: 2 sets of double team harness: 1 set single harness. IMPLEMENTS-1 Complete hay slacker with bull i-akes: \ truck wagon with box: 1 hay rack; I water tank; l cream sepai-i-ror; 1 democrat wagon: to tons of alfalfa; I coils of hay wire; In tons of potatoes. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-:. Bedsteads, springs and .Mattresses; 4 dressers; 1 large oak sideboard; 1 writing desk; I leather couch, nearly new: 1 large rug. 10 x VI: _' cook ranges; 1 heater stove: H rocking chairs: dining room cliairs: ij kitchen chairs; 1 oak dining table: 1 kitchen table; cooking utensils; large quantity of dishes: a number of other articles. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR IS GIVING UP FARMING TERMS OF SALE:-All sums of $10.00 and under, cash, over that amount eight months' credit on furnishing approved joint notes, less 25 per cent cash on all creiiit amounts, with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts, or 5 per cent, off for cash. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON. A. REGIM3AL, PROPRIETOR. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. Millions of men and women take a i ^"""f,"'' "ml .McNeece, Cascaret now and then to keep their I stomach, liver and bowels r.'gnlated ' PiL'tures will complete a most absorbing program and one that is sure to please even t!ie most exacting. The tlfth instalment of -Grail " ORGANIZE VOLUNTARy ............i ami never know a miserable moment. Hid and free from all encumbrances. . ponl forget the children-their '''tie |:'' ""'".,"; '"^''''^�"Y, save the exceptions, reservations and j ia^ides tiee.l a good szentle '''fft'is'bK � ..-ili ilsn b.. shown ' conditions in the original grant from l ,no. Advertisement. ' "o""- the Cro.vn and any Seed llrain Lien ' in favour of the Crown that may he outstanding and taxes for the cm-letii year. I The \"endor is informed that the said property is in the Iron Springs 'nistrict. beiiig within a few minutes iwalk of Picture Hiitte fost Office.  .....w.. , . w ; i rageriy or tne I'epper-Hox Inn, an ; The School .which is also used as a ,____ rJil'.^''''^''''''^; 'iPH'^'ivo �tC"-y: Ichuivhi is situated on the adjoining : Uitchie in i, two-reel l.-Ko .quarter section tlen minnte? walki.; Ottawa. March 'J;'.- The Department scream, and a Paramoimt travel pic-land the villages of Commerce. Coal-.of .Militia ami fJefence. through tlie fro compilse llie progrn.ni. 1 dale and Xobletord. being respectively 1 Canadian Hospitals Commission, lias, i O" -Molidiiy and Tuesday, another �12. 1.' and 111 miles distant, are the ' ' At Staiiand The program at Starland for toniglit it- ci.e of t!ie Mnesl week-end perfor- this A n nCTAOL RfirMTO j'""""'^*' St*'" "t t'lif A � H i" V � ? A'I'opiilar theatre lor some lime. "Thi l\U Vi- /lU IlUn U;Tragedy of the I'epper-Box Inn." an Chimmie Fadden" j.lay v.ill be presented. This is the t|iii-,i of these cometlies in wliicli tlie great comedian. Victor .Moore, lias made .sucli a liit. It; "Chimmie Fadden Out West" be luiv: ,v,-.�,ll�.1 1.!.. .,,!---- _____i-....... ; .-..................w,c I in accordance with tlie reguU'tions jiiearest railway shiiiping iioints. The i governing "vohintaiy medical aid in j lands comprise IrtO acres, every acre I Canada" approved of the oiganizution |of which can be cultivated; is all: of volutitary aid detachments under �fenced and in a good state of repair, , the direction of the St, .lohu Ambul- , , ...........-............... ^.^i The soil is of a rich dark sandy clay � aiice association, and deiachilieiits a1- I''"^ excelled his otlier perform '� loam. There is no well on the proper- : ready in existence and li aving retioi t-' ^^'^*-'*^^' jilaced himself in the fore-It y. but liii.i yards distaut is the best ,,(] f,',,- registration thiMugh the assoc- .mosx rank of tlie fun-makers. Chim-; water in the district, , iation. have been given a registered i">'onie-'= i" be organized in everv mill- " "^'^ ''^�''1 Picture tlial is a mirili- i , DArKD at t>e my ot t algary. m t,,.v district or.division in Canada. � inovoker from start to linish. ,theProvtnt'e of Alberta, this Jnd day ,l,.tachm.^lts must apply for reg- : ?'i.' Ml 11 , istiation through the provincial coun-tiarke. (arson. Macleod >t otel under an a.HSumod lu-ime should applv at once to the secretary :'o^t �""^"-^-. couldn t pay his hill, of the SI, John Ambulance Associa- to submit to the omtri- tiop in this dlRtrict. Chief Hardy, Fire : ficat'"" '^'etnp a couple of impost-J)epartment. l.ethbridge. or M. W. ' ^""^ '"nscMierailing as hiniselt and sic of the Clieriilav.skys. Their power, origluatlly and Inspirullon is beyond human nnderstniiding. Good news: very good news is to liand. The young geniuses, Leo, ,laii and MIschel .Clieriilavsky. violinist, pianist and 'cellist, will visit the .Mii-jesllc ilieatre on April litli. All nuisic lovers, in fttct evr:; a wider public than is implied in "music lovers." will hail witli deliglil these sturdy Russian artists. lerea tor sale at the Court House m ; Department. l.ethbridge, or M. \V. .'^^^ mastpieniding as himself and Uhe City of l.ethbridge, in the Pro-' Harlow, fniversitv of Alberta, Jid-''''^"S'lter, but finally was rescued from j vince of Alberta, at 11'.1.", o'clock in nionton. ; I'is unpleasant [iredictiment by the tthe afternoon, on Saturday the .Sth----------------------------; medium of his own invention. PURCHASE STUDEBAKERS IlT-vw Dr. Allen has jmrchased a Slude-1 1)aker Four touring car. and U. C. i ."VrcDonald, manager of tlie Miami the afternoon, on Saturday the Sth. jday of April. A.V. ItHi'.. by .Malcolm j Voung. of Lethhiidge, Alberia, .-\uc-lioneer. the following lands and ).remises, namely:-The .Vortli-West tjuar-iter of Section Seven iTl. in To\Ti:shi� ! Kleven 111), of Range Nmeieeii ilfil. i West of the -Ith Meridian, in tlie Pro-I vince of .Vlberta. excepting reserva-: tions as to mines and iniueral.-; that may appear in existing Certiflciite of Title. TERMS The terms _rif sale to be" tweiiiyi GAMES PLAYED TODAY medium of his own invention. This picture will be shown tonight I at the Emiiress theatre. A large and etithusluhti........ witnessed the vaiidevillo bill at the .Majestic last night, and every item on the program was thoroughly ap-precltitcd. lOlona. "the s(|uaw girl," opened llio show with her singing specially. Her act is staged very appropriately with a picturesciite stage sotting which, together with the various costumes in which she appears, nmUes Elnna's act one of beauty. , The comedy lilt oi the show was made by .Millie Stevens and her company in the iiualntly ImmorouB iday-jlet ".\unt Belinda's l^egacy." In a I characteriy.ation somewhat similar to 'that or .Mi.ss Ha-.'.y, In the delightful comedy "Mrs. WIggs of the Cabbage Patch," .Miss Stevens Is given ample scope for her vi-rsatility. Caine and Odoni presented a pleasing iiiiino and singing act, UUly Calne doing most of the singing, and his pretty partner. .Miss Odom. "presiding" at the piano. Closing tlie show came the biggest hit of any vaudeville bill that has ever playc'd in l.ethbridge. this being I tile .Morocco Six-six of the wildest, audience I most daredevil Anihlan acrobats one can imagine. Their act Is replete with sensation after sensation. They met. with well merited applause. .V run of excellent pictures, and some good music by the .Majestic orchestra, brought the program to a HUccesst'nl close. The same hill will be repeated twice tonight, at 7 and o'clock. C J.oiulon, .March '^o.-The following are the results of scheduled football games played today on the grounds of the first menllored clubs: London Combination jper cent. 120';: i cash at the time of I Brentford I; Ciueen's Park Rangers !lhe sale, and the balance according ! nil. ill! the terms and conditions to bf Tiz" (ihulden.s Til'o/I V/.hi.i..' I,\w.f'"""Itions to be l chelaea 4; Weslham Cniled U. 1 II 0(1. .VClimj> Leet jmaile known at the time of the sale. ! daptoti (Jrieiit. 4; Luton Town 0. - |or upon appliciition to the undersisn ' farm at .New Dayton, a Studebaker ; NO MORE SORE. PUFFED UP. TEN-i^'l sXiulrs _.____ i DER, ACHING FEET-NO CORNS i above property will be offered OR CALLOUSES !'"'' sale subject to a sealed Reserved BRITISH BOAT SUNK London, .\lareh 2,-..--Llovds repuris tlic British tlio passengt'i tlie last available _______^______.....^ vessel is reported as having lelt liie Uarbadoes on Marcli lird, for London. .Maren --Llovds ren,ris '""'''''^ "'iming, tired j^'''' encumbrances, h steamer Salvlda sunk and^ '"''"'�''� ''^"^''^ -Wvav''�'�''=,."'^�^"-pl"'"'--'. reservations and '"'S^^^' r'^'"^' "v."m:ror;t"cLr!i:j[ta!'';;e leported as having leit the I �'i-i.,'- .,.............. .. . . ninuiinwii.......,,1 ..... ___ ...^  l\fe.sr?rs;, Joliustoiie & IMlchie li!i\'f> TC'inovcd I heir oiTic-cs IVom the l.'iuoh Bank B ivilcl-int;; in ihc Ac-tidia Bo(-k. "Tiz" draws out the acids and pt>i-. :;ons that puff up your feet. Xo iiwfl-'iti-r how hard you work, how long ---jyou dance, how far you walk, or how ^ ' long you remain on your feet, "Tlz" jbringc restful foot comfort. "Tlz" is magical, grand, wonderful for tired, aching, swollen, smarllng feet. Xh. how comfortable, how happy you i'.i el, Vour feet just tingle for joy; shoes never huil or seem tight. Get a 3,') cent box of "Ti/." now from any druggist or depart meat store. I'Ind fool torture forever- wear smaller shoes, keep youi No. 613 3rd Ave. S. J onislandlng and taxes for the ciii-reni year. The \'endor Is iiit'onned tliat the said lands and premises arc situate about three miles from Turin Post Office and school, and the nearest railway slilpiiliig points ate Coaldale and Commerce, being respectively ITi anil IS miles distant. The land, which is level, consists of IHO acres, till oi which can he cultivated. 12'> acrc^ have been cultivated and all weeds on this land were ikslroyed in the l-'all of The sol! is of a dark sandy loam and there is situate on the said fresh, sweet and happy. .lu.sr think' i''�'"�'^ " ^vell of excellent water The a -whole year's foot comfort for onlv i'""�"''''-^^ i-'* fenced with two wire ,i5 cents.-Advertlseuient. ' ' STEAM COAL THE BEST 18 CHEAPEST FRAXK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exctusivo Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA --- PHONE OR WIRE BKCKEli & VA'I'lvS, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE ao YEARS TO PAY - The land will support you and pay for Itself. An immense area of the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from 511 to $30 for farm lands with ample rainfall-liTlgated lands from $30. Terms-One-twentleth down, balance within twenty years. In irrigation districts loan for farm buildings, etc., up to $2,000, also repayable in twenty years-fnterest only U per cent, l^rivilege of paying lu full at any time. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm holdings by getting ailjoijtliig land, or secure your friends an neighbors. For Llteiature and particulars, apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'l Siipt. of Lands, Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calaary, Alta. WILSON &. SKEITH, Local Agents, SbeilocK tiuildiiiu, Lelnpi uigv .\llllwall .-'ithlctic .'I; Croydon Common b. Heading 1; Woolwich .-Vrsemil 1. Tottenham llot.spurs. 4; Pulham H. Wall'ord 4; Crystal Palace 0. Lancashire Section Hury "; Preston .N'orthend 4. .Manchester rnitod 0; .Manchester City '.i. Oldham Athletic 1; Kverton :;. Ulackpool ;i; Bolton Wanderers 1. Jitirnley fi; Southport I'nited I. Liverpool 2;,Stockport I. Midland Section Hariisley 0; Rochdale 1. Derby 2; Chesterlleld 1. iJrimsb.v Town 11; Shollield l.'nlted 1 Lincoln City 1; Itotherliam 1. .N'otts Kore;;l 4; Leicester Fosse I). Shetlleld Wednesday 1; Hull City i;. Stoke ;;; .N'otts CoiiiiLy II. Bradford li; HudderHflfild Town 0. Leeds Clly 0; Bradford City. 1. SCOTTISH LEAGUE GAMES '^^^1'^''''^' ^^^^^ iiiiiieii' OF NERVOUS TENDENCY GIVE DR. CASSELLS TABLETS. Glasgow. -Mavcli -jr,.-Only i\^''> **''' Th- buildings consist of a house the Scottish FootbalLeague, if.e oth-aiid barn. The dsvelling is ISft x "Sfl postponed becaufie ot snow- together with an addition I2fl. v i4fi; �""'"� Hesults gf games played 011 frame and painted and Is in good con- sn"""!" "f Hu' lust named club ditlon. The barn, which is liiame, Isl"'^'''^- ,., , , , �Mil. X :;.;fi. Willi loft, but the flooring I ' 'Hilnl l-imark 11. of the loft has been taken away; Ihe i Pulklrk .Vlrdrleoulans l',. roof is shiiiglfd and the building is in a fair state of repair. Strengthen, Build up, and Nourish the Children, and you are conferring incalculable benertts on the country. You are also ensuring the physical well-being and success of future breadwinners and mothers. Dr. Cassell's Tablets, whose success in Canada has been both immediate and striking, owes its i)opularity in great part to its safety and,unquestionable medicinal activity. It is how doing more for the little ones � of three continents than many mother-s realise. A powerfully nutritive food-medicine which can be given to the youngest infant, iJr. Cassell's Tablets feed the entire system, vitalise the nerves, and creata healthy flesh, blood, and muscle in a manner truly remarkable. They are the recognised modern home remedy for Nervous Breakdown, Nerve and Spinal Paralysis, Infantile Paralysis, Rickets, St. Vitus' Dance, Anfania, Sleei)lessness, Kidney Disease, Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Fag, Headache, Palpitation, Wasting Diseases, Vital Exhaustion, Loss of Flesh, and i'rematurc! Decay. Specially vahiable for Nursing Mothers and during the Critical Periods of Life. DOMINION LINER SUNK lions'',l-"!.'!,'i"''' "^':^'''"lars and condl-i London, .March :;4.-The steamer, e" SnM^.r;^..!'' ^"^' undersign. iKngllshniau of the Dominion lino has! ed SoUcltorB. BATKD at the City of Calgary, iti the Province of Alberta, tlils '^nd day of March A.D. lOlK. Clarke, Cavsou, .Macleod & Co, Calgary, .Mberta, Vendor's Solicitors. Approved: \A'. Forbes, Rtjglstrar; S.A.I...R.D Ad. .\'o. NOVA SCOTIA STORM SWEPT Halifax, .\. S.. .March 24.-Nova Sco-lia is today completely iti Hie grip of the storm king with the railway system of the province soierelv dis- organized. The seriinisness of the..............,........ Hitiiation Is inere.ibcd b>' Ihe slioit steuiiier, aKiiiiia gj iinj.Hpe Jiere bo �Hf'j of co.il. Jieve. been sunk, Hccordlng to Lloyds, it i.. stated that thus f.ir CS survivors have been accounted for. The last record of the steamer l:;ngllH:iinaii shows that she sailed from Portland, .Maine, I'eb, 17, for St. .Nazahe and AvonmonUi. The Bag-llslitnan was a vessel of h'l'it tons and was owned by the .Mississippi and Dominion Sleainshi.o company ot Liverpool. She was built In 18!):' at Helfast. Reported All Saved yPoriland, .Me., .March L'4.-The (IX men reported saved from the Dominion steiiiiier hUigllshinun,