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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Tim LETiinmDOE DAHA MONDAY, MAUCIl 5917. DISTRICT NEWS PINCHEH CREEK oil Kiaias" ol the Northern Crown I (From the Echo) at Blnscarlli. Sash. Flo. Gus Dubuc, son of Duliur, I Tlie nmrriaso of Mr. William N. nil grandson of Sir Joseph Robertson, Co Miss UorolLy 51. x-rhlcf -justice of Manitoba, has left I'rem-u, both o( IllBli River, look or overseas with the draft of Ihe place ot Ilio Mauso, High Illvcr, on Morcll 15, 1917 llis service being coil One Farmer At Alan Gets I'roniolion at tlic Front. HDESWERS; TAKES SIEPS10 HANDLE ALIENS col which osuanded Ilio exemption vcl wlllioul special poriull Iq certain Iroin seizure, ot "nicrchnnla nnil (heir limits. Coioral Internment la not bc- cffocte" In easo of war bclwcoi tlio Ing considered na vet na oltlclute nialn- tivo countries Into gonernl oxomullon, .lain liiai America's only object III (lio Including enemy ships In tiort nl (ha i war would bo (o curb (lie (iciman outbreak ot wnr, which-must olllior government not to Injure Ha eld- bo led free or glvo cafe conduct for llielr tiomc norls, oven through a lios- tllc blocklike, Moreover all enemy nalloimls will lo free from Internment and ablo to feel In other countries and U nre- Tlio war ilcriartnioiit bas dlrosdy se- cured bill details ol all (lib various o nl practices [ml Into ef- go nfoout luolr business without tlie sllGhtcsl hindrance during tho COUKU of Ilio war nnil not In Ilio re- stricted way mentioned In Ilio origin- al treaties. be ordered, lo carry out any plan that may Jlnr. 51. Contracts'crlcan cilizeiiB only. '.lout. Diibuc. in charee of a 'cbool of avialiorj, In England, both ouslns -ot Dr. Dubuc. i MACLEOD i fFroni the N'ewsl JJcut. Tom Murray, late of ths 13lh I.M.B.'s, was iu Moclcod for a few 'ays tills week. I.ic-ut. Murray Is well nov.'u here and his many frirnds were people. CuniminfS. who somo months ago sold bis farm south of Macleod, visit- ed Hritifh Columbia In of farm lacd. anj has rolurncd, and purchased a larger farm only n uiflcs from hts own. He saj-3 the Maetepd dls- __ (rlct Is the best yet. Mr. Cummings The sudden dcaih took place last! especis lo seed several hundred acres Friday crenlne of J. L. a ivellJ lo JIo Is an e.xpert of. Ibis bonU will city of Ilio ed. Every offer lo the was accct'Lcd auJ bulhlei's who did lo cross the lino svlU with cards al once, 15.000 which arc- now Icing prepared (or .not r.ubmtt figures today callcil upon for estimates havo Icon as to how Ukc. lloual destroyers each can immediate use. Inlernmenl of Aliens Mnr. UnUed Stntcs bos Torumlly rohucd Geininny'n loro than pleated TO sea liitii Lack farmer of (he Warner district. It wilt ue remembered tlinl'.Mr. had retired as usual ap- Vind of farming. At the f rtact farci cast of 1 lo modernize find cxlunj (lie old treaties of uncage, Mar, 1T39 and IS'JS. Tho fitalo dcpartmeiil to closo hostile avenues of hns replica through Dr. I'aul IllUcr, coianiunlcadon in of fl'fir were Swiss minister liero in cliargo of Ger- Iho crdors u-ere Issued Hint all who; jirotocol senl Dironeb him to this lijock. Ho remained in nn Kngllsh I lor several months, and T.-AS I nally allowed Lome to Canada on I -are. I: Charles Wesley Sweeten and Minnie I'icfcle, bolh of Arlington, Oregon, I'ero married at the home of Carson lienderson on Friday. March 16. by nev.'W. A. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. intend lo make their home S Macleod. Word has been receircd (hat Cap- iin J. G, Graham, who went overseas rith tho 50th Battalion from Calgary.: J'as been promoted to Ihe rank ol j 1'iajor. Before enlisting, Major Gra-j I am was well to the people in and dlslrict, especially IVound Mud Lake, where he rancted i I jr a1 number of years, and the heart-1 L congra I illations ot his friends and (Uainlaoces are onered him in Ibis ew promotion. HIGH RIVER (From the Times) Major H. J. MacLeod, ot (he Unf- of Alberta company, 196lh i .attalion. met with a very patninl ac- J .dent In. England recently. duty inspecting the guards, Ms stumbled and fell, breaking the leg abore the ankle and cut- his head. Fortuoalely Ihe stir cleared as the horse Jnmpert to, feet, and he thus escaped more, ,10113 JoJurlES. The major is a! I RjTer boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. i I [en MacLeod., -I liln tbe "death of Mr. J. A? Webb, bfj I Jackie, tbe community has suffered! IJP. loss of a progressire citiien, who! 1 always interested in the welfare! J '.f ihe people- His death occurred on! Inarch "IS, alter two years of stck- I'iSF, during which lime he consulted I Ac ElUlIed surgeons of Canada anrt ie Stales, who were unable to re- 1 5TC his malady. He was born in I le year JS70 in DanriUe, Quebec, i 1 id fonrleen yeais ago came oul I est, where he was successful in his j-jming operations. The deceassd I-arcs a wife, two daughierii and one I in lo mourn the loss of n devoted lid Joring father. iuneral ser- on Tuesday, at the home were Impressive, being conducted 07 Ihe lev. Mr. Gordon, B.A., of High River, I here many friends and neighbors lilnered lo show their deep respect! 1 r the dead. Mrs. Fred Chlllon, ot High River, I is received word this week that her Ijsband, Private Fred 'Chlltoa, Is a lisscn-er on the S.S. .Metagama, oa I 5 way tome- Private Chilton leti on with the 31st liltaJion, but after a spetE in ibe 1 enches, began to suffer- severely lorn lumbago, which, has now neces- Italed his being Invaltrted home. 1 1C. H. Laccy, accoanUint at the Xor- l em Ciown bank at High Illver, Cor e past has been appoJnt- Alma, Wisconsin, for burial. Too statement in Saturday's He aid of the death 01 NY. Simpson, was an error. REPAIRED We are well equipped wilh up to date machinery and have expert workmen to do high grade work on al! kinds ot re- pairs to gas or steam engines. Get your engine overhauled anrf'pul in good shape early, We repair all kinds of machin- ery. Our well pump ia built for conditions In Alberta. See it. G. KISCHEL Ltsee of The Lelhbridge Iron Works. E. GrJliim, a NYho Joiced the 13lh us a jserseaal, act! who Ims been In Franco for sonic months, has been promoted to the renk of major tor with rte 1311i, Ins been liiv.illileii home. Ue (3 noiv resting for n time, avvaHhis further'orders from head- quarters. Tom Murray, who led the service o i tho A. Glllen and Jchn Maloncr, bi; n-hcat farmers frcul the south oT ilac- leol countrv, were visitors in this week Thej' are preparing for a crop Lhls year, and thi ik 1317 will give tho lareesl yield o( wlieal ever seen in Ihe district. Mr. and Mrs. W. Perrln were In town Mils wee's and report slock look- Ing well liter the long winter. While we have hid much slow, (hero bas always been plenty ot Teetl and water, anil both horses and callle are in good condition. Discing on a farm east of Macleod bezan on March 22nd. Notice to Farmers! We supplied yon with help in the fall of 191G mill several years be- fore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIOGE i CALGARY OFFICES. your orders now. We have the men. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHDRIDGE, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBR1DGE CALGARY S-2-G GROWING CIGAR INDUSTRY, production in the United Scales during Ihe month of January, 1911. shows a gain oE over roiMitli of last year. Notwithstanding all tbe hard luck riDS and the dismal forecasts and the prophecy ot Impending doom, Ihe cijar trade continues to Torgc aheart under the spur of a prosperity never equalled iu the United States. AUCTION SALE CLOSING-OUT AUCTION SALE 1 WILL SELL ON TUESDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1917 On Sec. 2D-12-22, West 4iJi, iua following described properly, to wit: 29 HEAD OF spaa brown geldings. 5 acl 6 years old, weight about 3200; 1 span roan geldings, 3 and 5 years old. Tvelelit about 2100; 1 epaii gray geldings, 'i ind 8 years old, weight about 30DO; 1 span bay ujarea, 1 years old, weight about 3200, ia foal; I span hay and brown mfcrci, 0 and 12 years old, weight about 2500. In roal; 1 span brown geldlogi, 9 and 12 rears old. weight about 2500; 1 ipan uay geldings, 9 and 10 years old, weight about 2GOO; 1 Day snd bTovrn geldln53, 3 and a years old, weight about 2650; 1 black fielding, 12 years old. weight about 1300; 1 bUcfc mare, 10 yeara old. weight about 1250, in foal; I bronn marc, 1Z yeara old. weiEht about 1350; 1 bay mare, 12 years old, weight about 1300; 1 sorrel celt. 1 year old; black colu, 1 and 2 years old, mare ana eeldlng; 1 Eorrel coll, I year old; 3 mules. eilra. good milch cows, [resh End springer; 2 two year oM heircra, heavy springers; 17 iead oi yearling heifers; 3 yearling steers; 1 yearling bull. wagons wllh grain tanfca. boi and racV; 3 pet .of -Tsccllon spring tooth barrows; 3 binders, J. Deer and Vassey; 1 3-Doltorn plow; 2 gang plows; 1 lanl roller; 2 press drills, Van Grunt and Hoosler; 1 grain loader; 1 mower and rake; 2 sets' of drag harrows; 2 press drills, the hind that seela '3 Inches apart. Ford auto, nearly new; disc harrows. In and out throw; 10 seta of double work harness; and harness; some household anl kitchen furniture, anl many other article too numerous lo mention; also one Steel Mule, to'Jghl thts spring. for sale. and cattle, fialf cssh, balance 1st October. 1917. B per cenl. interest from dale. 5 per cent disco-jnt on credit amounts. On other artlcfes, sums of and under cash, over that amount above terms apply. '._ -SALE TO START AT ONE P.M. SHARP. Come Early and Goods Over. Free Lunch at Noon. SIMPSON, Executrix ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer v T. J. TASKEfl, Agent. Farm Stock and Implements jQji. Friflay, Mnrcli 30Ui Commcncrng at One o'Ctock ON SEC. 2-3-23, 2 MILES EAST AND MILES NORTH OF f SPRING COULEE. The following: 1 Iron grey geld ing, age 7 years, weight 1400; 1 sorre] gelding, age 4 years, weigh! 1400; i dark grey gelding, age years, weight 1400; 2 bay geldings age 8 and 9 years, weight 2500; 2 sorrel geldings, age 11 and 12 weight 2400; 1 bay gelding, age 1( years, weight 1100; 1 bay geldlrg aged, 1500; 1 bucVskir saddle pony, weight 1000; 1 larg red CQW, mllVing; I white and red cow, 3 years old; also a few turk- eys. i Farm Implements: 6 good bundle racks; 1 cook carT with trucks; 1 18-disc Hooaier press drill good as new; 2 Coekshutt gang plows, In good order; 1 IG.foot Matsey Hams packer, In good ordtr; 1 Cockshutl disc harrow; 1 McCormick foot cut, (r good order; 1 Massey Harris bind- er, 3 foot cut, In good order; 1 Deerlng binder, 3 foot cut, In good 1 set Harrows, 10 foot; A s-ts of good work harncEs; 2 clacks of good oal straw and many other articles, 10 CT t5 Store Hogs, weighing about 125 Ibs. each may be sold afsa. Mr. Millar Is le.ivini] Spring Coulee and everything will be sold. ng f? Have just placed :in order with J. II. PAT- RICK SOX, oi; Fail-field Stock Fariu, Irt- lei'ton, OnliirlOj for Two of Choice Registered Shorthorn Bulls and Heifers Which will, arrive at COALDALE ABOUT MAY 15, 1917, and will be on sale after that date. -H ANY INQUIRIES WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND WILL, ACCEPT ORDERS NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. SAMUEL SIDLES f _ COALDALE, ALBERTA FARM IS SITUATED ONE MILE EAST AND TWO AND A HALF MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE STATION. JOINT UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Hordes, Cattle, Hogs On Qinu-lcr of 25-12-24. miles 'X. of Nitrons and 20 miles cust ol' Clarcsholm. On Wednesday, Mar. 28 SALE TO COMMENCE AT ONE O'CLOCK. COME EARLY AND LOOK THE STOCK OVER. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. 16 HEAD OP black mare, In (oal, S years old, weighL 1300; 1 brown mare, Iu foal, 12 years old, weight 1200; 1 sorrel mure, 3 years oM, weight 1250; 1 bay 3 ,years olfj, weight 1250; 1 Lay marc 3 years old. weight 1250; I lirown mare, 3 years old, weight 1250; 1 bay geld lug, 9 years old, bay gelding, 4 years old, weight 1200; 1 brown gelding, 4 years, old, weight 1300; 1 gray gelding. J years bid, weight" 1250; 1 bay EoldiiiK, years old, weight 1300; 1 bay gelding, C yeara old, weight 1200; 3 geldings, coming 2 years oW; 1 roan mare, in foal, saddler or driver, head oC cows, sonia extra good milkers among them. 50 ot brood sows with ptga at Bide, Qiao brood sows nnd shoata, I will also offer for salt my PURE BRED DURHAM BULL, pedigree papers produced al sale. Also Clydesdale stallion named 8 years old, a sure foal getter. .The reason for selling this slock Is shortage of pasture being overstocked. The stock offered Is of the best on the farm, and will be sold without reserve. CASH. Credit will be given to Ne.v..1at, 1917, on balance, purchasers to Approved notes bearing 8 per cent. Interest, 5 per cent, discount for cash OTi credit amounts. Hoilenbeck and 1'ophuui, Owners ED. POPHAM AND HANK FANNING, Auctioneers f f V.1 ft TERMS CASH. LUNCH AT NOON HENRY MILLAR, OWNER W. L Wilson Firm Sale and Live Slock Auctioneer LETHBHIDGE HEAD OFFICE DOMINION BLK There Will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction At the Lethbridge Sale anil Feed Barn. On THURSDAY, MARCH 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING 1 team Clyde Mares, 7 and a year, weight 3500 Ib5. 1 team Geldings, 6 and 7 year! weight 3100 Ib3. 1 Bay Mare, 6 years old, weight UOO Ibs. 1 Bay Gelding, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. 1 team Clyde Mares, 4 and 5 years aid, weight 2800 Ibs. 1 black team Marcs, 5 and 6 years otd, weight 2GGO IW 1 Black (earn 7 and B years old, weight 2800 Ibs 1 Bay Geldirg, 7 years old, weight 1W> Ibs. 1 Grey Mare, U years old, 1500 Ibs. f Bay Mare, 6 years old, In foal-, weight 1300 Ibs. 1 Grey Mare, 4 years old, Ibs. THESE HORSES ARE ALL IN GOOD CONDITION AND ALL BROKEN TO WORK- GOOD GRADE STOCK. Also 10 High Grade Cows supposed to be in Calf. -1 to 8 years old. OWNER HAS RENTED HIS FARM THE REASON FOR SELLING v J. A- SMITH, Auctioneer TERMS CASH CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC SALE On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP ion Sal Tuesday Next, March 27th 2.30 O'CLOCK At Ihe Garage, Rear of 1221 Fiflli Avenue S. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL DY PUBLIC AUCTION AHD WITHOUT PESERVE A WHITE STKAMKK AUTOMOI51LK Complete wilh All the UiUal acceiscrlcs and fittings. be> Inspected any tirr.e prior lo Gale on application to the auctioneer. Auctioneer's Ollii'e, S. 6. E. Buildings, 10th St. S. Phone AS I AM RENTING MY FARM I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE At My Farm, Miles S. E. of Coaldale MY ENTIRE OUTFIT OF LIVE STOCK, MACHINERY, PRODUCE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS CONSISTING OF learn marcs, 4 and D yeara I Learn geldings, weight 3300 Ibs., 5 and SCVRH years old; 1 llroivn gelding, weight 1100 Ibs., 7 years olil; 1 sorrel goldine, weight 1250 Ibs, 2 years old; I black marc, 1SOO Iba.; 1 black more, HOD Ins.; 1 black marc, 1750 1 gny mare 1100 Ibs.M roan maro, weigh1. 1250 Ibs.; 1 Wack mare, weleht 1300 Ibs.; 1 yearling mare and 11 head of rising ycarllnsa and 2 well broken pony marca. Most ot the above mares arc in foal lo ray registered Perchcron stallion. Also have two roglsUrcn Pcrcberon stallions, ages rising 5 anil 1 years, which be ottered subject. Id reserre bids la be announced nl lime uf sale. reglslcrcd Shorlnorn bull, weight 2.000 Ibs.. 5 Tearj old; CS head or cows, mostly 3 and 4 yeara olil, all safe In calf, wllh calf al fool or milking. Several milk com In llila lot.; 2 head ol 3 and 4 year old steers; 7 bead rising 2 years old heltcrs; 12 head rising 2 old steers; 14 licaJ steers, rising yearlings; ID bead hcltera. rising yearlings. With the ejccpllon ot ihrco Holsteins, these cattle arc all a good bed type o' cattle, mostly Shorthorns. registered ilerkshlrc boar, 2 years olil; 6 reglalcrcil DcrkEliirc sows, clue lo farrow soon. pullets and yours hens; 3 nhode Island nej Arm bar slacker, 40 tool masl; 4 hjy Iloals and slinks; 2 McCormlck mowers; 1 Dccrtng mower; 2 dump rakes; 1 Massiy Harris siilc delivery rako; 1 sweep rake; 1 International horse rower hay press; 1 Intenillonal gasoline power hay press, 1 Emerson gang p'.ow; 1 Emerson sulky plow; 4 walking ami ditch plows; 2 drag harrows; 1 subsurface packer; 1 Duckfool cultivator; 1 2-liorse cultivator; 1 garden seeder nnd cultivator; 1 Kentucky grain drill, nearly new; 1 potato planter; 1 potato digger; 3 rlump wagona; 3 hay rack wagons; Z box wagons; 1 Dccra manur-i spreader; 1 buggy 1 spring wagon; 1 Ovcrlaud automobile; I rnv! grader-ditcher; 1 surveying level; 2 Deerlng hinders; 1 [arm UK mill; 1 iVi h.p. gasoline engine; 1 grain ptcklcr; 1 culling 1. alfalfa cultivator; 6 disc harrows; 1 S-lnch Uurr feed grinder; 1 levcler; 7 sets double harness; 1 set single harness; 1 saddle; 3 slip scrapers; 1 Fresno I Magnel cream separator, large Blzc; 2 churns; 1 1'ralrlc State Inctllnlor; 1 feed cooker; 1 .lau.iago grinder; 2 gasoline drums; 1 portable forge, blacksmith nntl car- penter lools, forks, shovels, etc.; I portable car loader; also 1 Deere engine 8 slnbblc bottoms, used very little, will bo offered subject lo reserve hid to be announced al time of sale. lorn of seed an I callnj potatoes; fctvl and seed oaln In bin: alfalfa an! mkcd h.iy In Blacks; quantity or good Tlmolhy seed. elf fined ant tratdl. o'Ufit of hotiselioM furniture. Inclirlfng upright rlnnl ''.inn Kinder Ecwlnsj marhinr. ncirly new; mahofi- r.ny quirtrrr I ml; fiirnltijrr: Majestic healing sloro; f'in-.y fn) all of coolibg utensils. Including v.rrT. li Icilillns. Ttr.Mr.-.f i which will he one half cash.' lislnnr? on ii.nrirvtl n.'os O-lober 1st. 1317, Inlrrfst al per v j1 Min'im. Ui.ico.illt. of 5 per cent on amounts paid at ttr.ic ot enle. LUNCH BE PROVIDED BY LADIES' AID. .REMEMBER, SALE STARTS EARLY, BE PROMPT, ft. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer W. H. PAWSON, Jr., Prop. (i, ;