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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAIICH 25, 1t)18 rm LETibniDGE daily hehald page SEVEW STEFANSSi LIES INFARNORIHA Famous Explorer Almost at Death's Dool^-Had Plans To Got to Siberia o : BIG BULL SALE '> Calgary; Mar. 25.-Ono Uiin- > ? ? ? ? 'heen in communication with Sir Biwjird Kemt) - by cablegram, an to develop-i^onts In tho'iOcrman offon8lvo.''"Slr Edward had replied that the Canart,li�q;8 v/ero not yot inyolvod. Sir Robert alB^ rend aljslracts' ot the official report^, from Paris and London, giving that progress of tho operations. ^, ' >J The premier continued: ' "Undoubtedly as far as one citn judge, tho Gcrranna aro Uirowing abso? lutcly their whole forces into the attack. It BOcras to have been opcbi^ut-orod with ns great succeas as vaii an-tioipnted in the first instance, "rliert Is no question at all that very niijoltde-, pends upon tho'issue and I knd>v. My sister ask^d me �C_Nx> try Lydia E. Pink-h a m's Vegetable r,Compound before consenting to an yoperation. , I;took five bottles of itand It has completely cured ma and my work 5s a pi eosure. I toll all my friends' tfh'o have any trouble of this kind what Lydia B. Pinkhom'a yeffetablo'Compound has done for me."^-NBLLiB B. jBrittingham, 609 Calverton Bd., Baltl-more, Md. ( It is only natural for any wom�n ta dread the thought of an operation. So/ many women -have been restored tb health by this famous remedy, Lydja ^ Elnkham's Vecetablo Compqun^^ after an operation has been advised that |t will pay any woman who.eufTerB from Buch ailments to consider trying It be-' fore submittlns to lucb a trying oinjeaL: i (Speolal tha Herald) Edmonton, Alberta, Moroh 25.-The -bill to amend the act respecting sub-illvislons Tfhfbh has been introduced in the legislature by Hon, Wilfrid Gariopy, mlhistor of mtinicipal affairs, and statids for.secbfid.reading, is designed to enlarge the powers at present posae�Bed By the public utilities oommlBslon with respect to'tho cancellation of plans ot subdlviBions, I( has been found that In several cases odd lota h^re and there were in the hands of an; unreaaonable purcliaeer. In the now provincial law he shall have to accept such compensation, or such other lot.In substitution aa the com-inisBlon shall order. Judicature Act The legal commlttoo of the legislature Monday morning considerod -the proposed'dmondment of the judicature act with a view to ^ipaking it moro elastic so far as tbo opportunitieB for trial by Jury jfi supreme court civil acts nre concerned. It was decided t^ recommend that tho act bo amended to permit In actions tor stated libel, . false, impriBonlinent, malicious pros-otttlon, seditlop Iind breach or promise ot marriage that jury trial igpay Ibe had ojithe eleotibn of either party: iWith reppeot to most other aotlons ^Jn the jmprenta court- either iiarty ;:wonld ha entitled to a jury subject to ithe Judga beini[,Riren power to strlk-'ing out the notice in ja case where the jttd'ie was of the opinion a fair and proper trial oould not be had by � jury. � ' Memtoera of ^he Oalfrary city o^un-Jell and ot^t)iB.|!>|p\tal board compoB-*M the delMatfph that: waited on the jKorenunapt Holiday morning to press "The plows are hitched right close up." "No useless front wheels to push." "Tiie Moline tJnlvemal is all Tractor." ".\o better Tractor Is made for tough sod." "This trapjor In all Its details la absolutely guaranteed by the '' .Moline Plow Co., who are the oldest farm Implement makers in the States. . "it is made in the largest Tractor factory in the world." ".Vn ahtomatie force feed oUer. Carburetor, Holiey Automatic. Clutch, CoB6 type taeed with Raybestos. Governor, centrl-' fugal ball type (enoloeed) rnnnlng in oil. , '7500 sold In 1917. 20,000 eontraoted to build in 1918." "The man who driVee th� Traotor runs the binder." "It is absolutely A ONE-MAN OUTFIT," 2 cyimders, siaa A, 2 plows in breaMng, 9 In atabble. 4 cylinder, size B, 8 plows In breaking, i In stubble. Siee B is a sett Btarter and rvna a 2t eeparatar. 50 per cent teearre power. No rmming on full capacity.  You can have delivery today. Nb waiting. Repairs, a full stock will . ba kept in Lethbrldse. Expert will be kept solely tor Moline Tractor work. "Service" Is and alwaya bob been the watchword of the Slollne -Co. Tho price la right, no other maker gan touch it. The quality is guaranteed and f11,000,000 it bohtad it Remember It la fhe wofd-ln-.Traetere. W. KEITH BELL 1212 6th Avenue South, la the Local Agent for Lethbridge and District. Phone 1301. Auction Havhig Sold My Farm, I WiU Sett By Public Auction On the S. E. Qourter of 19-10-22; 41/2 milw north of Kipp andT miles SottthOast of Koblelordi Mo , April 1st at ONE O'CLOCK OOK SHARP Farm Stpck, Imi^eiiieiits, Etc. Ins TEN HONOIOIt^I Saldlng, 18 yeara old, 1(60 lbs.; 1 bay . , aged: 1 bi�ck Man, 4 and 6 iraan oM; 1 bay filly, risluc 4 -years; 1 blaek geldtnt, S ysiars old: 1 bay ietdihiT 7 yean old; l v brood mare, 10 yean oM; 1 black tiUy, 1 year old.; 1 drlTtos mare, 8 years old; 1 cood butter cow, du^ to calya iCprll 2S. MACHINKIIV-1 Maaaey-Hanrta binder, 8 foot; 1 Maaser-Harris binder, 8 toot; 1 Maaaey aprl&g tooth cttltlvator; 1 paoker, 13 foot; 1 Oockshutt sulky plow; 16 In. new; 1' DaorftiK mower; ONI 111? . OODQE CAR,' rua'leii thaa'S,000 miles;, 1 Champion hay raka; 1 Van Brunt seed drill, double disc; 1 disc barrow, 10 diece; 1 Studa-'baker waKoa, 3 nearly new; l Batn wason; 1 fannlnir mill; 1 blacksmith outfit and tools; 1 rubber ttr�dbug�7; about 390 .--bUBhels seed wheat; about 700 bushels oati. Alao complete itaea of ...household furniture in good-condition, 'TERMS, HALF CASH, �ALANCE NOVKMOIR 13T, AT EIGHT PER CENT. ORPIVa per CENT, OfP crcoit AMOUNTS for  . i , CASH. �^v-v-^ everxthinq'wH,L,te SOLD AS THtPROPNIlRTORvHAS . ., fuinuU', .SOLO HIS farm.: .-'. - 'r 'te^.ms.io'n'-qrainoCasH'' ' T. PATTERSON, oWiier a.AV, SMITH, Auctioneer Percheron Stallions, Mares an er; 3 lumber wagon's; 1 bug^, rubber tires; 1 Van Brunt drill; 1 mower and rake; 1 disc harrow; 1 drag harrow; 1 set harness. HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Orgaa, gramophone. Singer sewing machine, 2 cook stoves, one nearly new, tables, chairs, beds, aide-board, refrigerator. New Mag-nei; separator and hundreds of other things. Terms Cash. Ssle at 1 p.m. MRS, J. WE8EUMAN, Owner O. P. DEARDORFF, Auetiont^r Auction Sale FARMSTOCK M IMPLEMENTS ON THE FARM OF N. BROHMAN, E. 18-8-20, W.4TH, 7 MILES SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE, 4 MILE N.W. op, . WILSON SIDING 30rr-HORSES-30 : Ivhay team, 5 and 6 years old, .lyeight 2400, broke; 1 team, mara ^ and gelding, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2700, broke; 1 black mar*, 7 years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 brown mare, 6 years old, weight, broke; 1 saddle horse, 3 years old, weight 1,100; 1 teunt black niarai, weight 2600, Bge 5 and 6; 4 4-yeM':oi4 utare^ halter broke;'3 maras, ^ i years old; 2 2-yeBr pfd cgeldlnea; 6 yearlings; lOrida Percheron Stallion, weight lOdo;. ;': CATTL.i-^ milk cows, heary In call; 15 cows and,heltan, ,\ some wltii calTOs at foot; " > /.^ IMPLEMENTS-10-20 Case tractdv with reserve bld'i 3-bottom Rook , Islahd gang plow, 2 breaker bottoms; 1 20-35 Farelgbar thresher; 1 j a set discs, in and out throw, 8 ft.; 1 large size forge and blower; 1'0M< ^' drum; 2 wagons wtthgrula tanks; i wagon, with rack; l.new grijiin'a tank;'l duokfoot cultivator, 10 foot; 1 Bmerson mower,, new;.?! 3.section lever harrow; 2 sets ot harness;, 2 incubators:in^EOOd^' working order; 1 30-gallon feed cooker; 1 single buggy; IvirttjH single harness; .1 kitchen) range; 1 dozen black Lnngshanheta 1 dozen white Xeghorn hens; li CHEVROLET CARi'^'iaie MjOD^I TERM8CA8H. SALE AT ONE p.^M. PROMr MR: PORTER HAS'SOLO HIS'FARM, MR. BROHMAN IS �KQ OF RANGE. � ,  a. P. DEARDORFF, W, ,P,ORTER, NORMA.N, MJtl(lk�! Auctioneer �"/"'-',:''0�� 3?699379 060?70 ;