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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAHC11 20, 1917. TITK PAfSK NINK Tl IIIAIHBPED frult-a-llm Again Prows Us Extraordinary POMS JIotnoN, tji-'K., March 2nd, 1915, "I have received the most wonderful liciH'IH from Liking I suffered for years from aiul dingo of life, acitl 1 took reiuc-Jy ol'lainablc i.illiout rciulta. I tried "TrulL-a-llvus" aoj it wu (lio piilj' medicine- lb-it ftittfy did we good. Kow I am well Jlhcu- autism Ms disappeared, and, ttio Icr- riblf! In my body arc all (rone. I hope thai others, who suIYer from such dljUcsslhg try "Trnlt-a- MAIIAUK JS.UK HOCHO.V, a box, G for Irial sue, 25c. all dcalarsursepl poslpaidby fruat- Limited, INilladclpJiln, Pa., Mar. hundred incmlcra of I IIP crows of Hio aiuJilaiy- cruisers Kron Pflnz and Kltol Fried- rlcli at FhlUidclplila navy yard since last October, sUrlcd today unK'r P. heavy guard of mnrlnns for Fort Oeolelhorpo ant! l'Torl McPher- FCJLI, (Scorgla, wlicra they will hciit 'unlit furllior orders tram A Bkclcto i crew has been left aboard carh crulEcr, barely cnoufili to keep the clean. Land Titles Clerks Admil llnv ing Doniilcil Ynrious Aiuounls Lo Funds. Only One "PROMO QUININE" To pot flip fic-miliie call for name I'.AXATIVE BllOMO QUININE, Look .or Eisnaluro nf I-J. Cures a cold In ont) day. U5c. FMmontoti, from railways anil telephones to Llio lanil IHIcs olllco In KilmonLon, the opinion at llic sitting of lhr> public Mm. II, Hiiy, of Vflncourer, in vis- I'lio Junior A, of St. AuKUsllnV Itfng licv Bister, Mra. Fred Hick, lore holding a tale of work on lias to: I Saturday in ihc parish hall, Mrs. A. K. Tto30f of Calvary, h the suosl of Mrs. A. J, Clh Avenue South. Tlio art department of tho Mathcst? club will meet with Mrs It. K. Hkcitli uL 3 o'dcjcrk tomorrow allcruoon. ,MHs Attrce's class will glvo .in ex- On account of (he Bjicolal I.O.D.K. f meeting, wool will not be Klvcn oul' al felh Ktrt'ct tomomjiv. Mra. A. A. Hall husi returned from ol Swllrlilng Calgary, where- filio wnij Hies her nieces, Ml sacs Hesslc uuJ Atnno JJIxon. A Bjiocfal mCGdng- of (ho Alexander accounts rommHIco of the Jcefelaluro Gait chanter, I.O.D.B. will be, held In hlhUlon of all of dancing on nir.rt.1i.ir ll.rnueli T M TwnPillr wcvv (luarlcr3' Klks Alberta Balurrlny, March 3lst, from 3 (o IhlH llirouRli T. M. rwncdlc. aL 3 [0 jn tho y M_ c A bc the in chief, cxainluc.l a jmp0riaiU Iglvcti to the Ilcd Croaa. number of of (lie staff In The officers ol tho Civic (Mub ask The regular meeting nf the Musli regard Lo contributions to a campaign' fund. Of the five examined all elaL- UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock Implements THERE WILL DE OFFERED BY PUDLIC AUCTION THE FOL- LOWING, ON THE N. W. OF SEC. 11-10-23, MILES EAST OF MONARCH AND 5 MILES NORTH WEST OF KIPP, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 30th, 1917 AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP. fielding, 4 years old, MOO Iba.; 1 gclrtlnE, 7 years old. 1300 His.; I gelding, 7 years olil, 1250 Ih3.; 1 mare, S years 3300 Ihs.; 1 marc, years old. 1300 His.; 1 Kclillng, S years nlil, 1100 Ilia.; 1 ecltllus, S ycnra old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 gclJlng, 9 years old, 1200 His.; 1 scMiHtf, 7 j-cara oldj 1300 Ibs.; 1 gcJilJiiff, S years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 GcUinK, 7 years olJ, 1200 Ibs.; 1 driving pony; 1 saddle pmiv rfjinin-j t ycai oM. milcli cosvs cointiiR Iresli; 2 2-year old heifers, com- ing fresh; 1 yearling heifer, sows due lo farrow In April. Dccrlnj? binders; I H-lncU P. O. f 1 Einerson sulky plow; 1 P. 0- diEC iilow; 1 nccrlns cultivator; 2 disc liarrosva; 1 John Uecre liay rake; 1 Ui-liicli disc Van nrunt press drill; 2 section ilrng linrrowa; 1 Batu wagon; 1 Olil Danilnion 1 Cbalhatu ivlth bundle rack; 1 democrat; 1 liUBBV. ects working Iiorness; 1 sel democr.it Jiarncss; 1 single driving lurne.13; 1 saddle. Abrtut TO chickens; some Iniubcr; nljoul 2 tons of while polaloea; l cooking stove; 1 licaler. 1 kilcheti cabinet; 1 Laval cream separator; 1 organ; 1 sewing inacliinc; 1 extension table; 1 kitchen talile and chairs; all household goods nnrl dishes; 1 piimii and waLcr trough. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer E. J. ENGLISH, Clerk. L. GELEYNSE, Monarch, Proprietor. CASH LUNCH WILL. BE SEHVEQ -._, 'cd that Uiev gave llic wlllinu-ly al the Y. M. C. A. tonljjlit uL S lliaL sill members nttcjul KIR oiieii dcDartiiiuitl of Hie Jlatlicsls cltib will mcctlug of llic Travellers' Aid com-! lie held at. the liome of Mrs. board (lie unrnose of llic I o'clock, RiiliFcrlrdnn, one V. A. Illltby, I who raised no ohjrfllon al DIG jn order (liaL (ho puMIc may ECO Ihe list was laUen aromul iho I UIQ work being Ijv api-f-I fnr Umc (o pay andioir Hc-1 Cross Society, Uu- (ailft-a will when bis contribution of ?00 vtis lift- rscrvo tca (ho Red Cross Ing alllio enrl or ttic mig., nftcr from r-licck Jtn dnroiirrc'l as )ie rllrl hoon> Tho L.ierKyi ij1O3o glviiiff lo i oshed lo meet al for a sliurl bust- not want In ray nil the nwmry n( UausQ systematic-ally, HID men of UK "ness action, onr-e. KfiiiinMnie In (he mondi oficuy. (he sewing areaim-Mi'ins January nit (lie witnesses staled thai aewlng at hotni-, arc pjiuj on Tuesday evening, March 2Tlfi ai ficvcn-forty-flvo. An opening of (lie Trarol- lers' Aid Commltlee will be hclil to night at 8 o'clock In the V. 51. C. A. lo (he larjlrj of Hie city ,in vifed. McinberH oC the committee nro were given Ibefr money hnt-l; without any rxnlnnnttnn. by A. ited usual Tlift work ivlll bc anil there will bo on to whom the monny had been; ch'-Jrge lo Bbow visitors over PPV] was not Ihcn Tho Riibirvlrjtlon list was taken! (Pe of lire by IV, R, Wll-vun, i mr.v UiFi nfllrhl In charpn of the nlHrcJ 1ml then tmrtnrlor of trailers. Blbuy Hint before lie got his money I nnk Hcyl told him he M'fis being bJamc'l for a (a'o Hint was being cir- culate il as to ilic contributions anil Ihe witness, prefapiiiir his statement lhal he had no for Deyl, Bald that be had told Iipvi hi was a Ihr. lie ndmllleil lie wrote for Deyl kller statins lliat the sub- prrlntinn miglil have been for ilic pat- riotic fnnd. The following (s-ere (lie ami explain In the L1TTU3 In St. John's Church, Unl, Ijy J. Morrow. Mr. J. A. Me- Whltla, was united In marriage torcslcil will bc cordlnlly welcome. All in- 1 to Miss Agnes Ultle, or Whllla, March Edmonton, Mar. IB expected Winnipeg, Mar. Ottawa correspondent of Ihc Winnipeg Tele. that Premier Siiton will o.t- wJicn moving llic second reading ol announce Krirn wires today: "In ihc new United immigration regulations wlilcl yo into offcLt on May 1, has liceti di3- Opportunity Sale on Tuesday Mornmgat ''Tne Bay On Sale from 9 to 12 only 100 YAHDS FANOV 15110CADE WASH GOOiJM. Copenhagen, bl-.ic or liroivn shad us. 42 Indies wide. Worth 51.00 IIIT yar.l. Tuesday iLUJMnnx, Our price, yard iilione on.lorti.................................. LADIKS' HIGH '1JLACK KID AND GUN METAL IJUTrON AND LACE BOOTS. Pair AH ihla BPQSOII'S styles. Yuur chnlwj HOYS' STRONG QUALITY LL SHIRTS. In olive ami khaki color. Sizes 13 lo 11. Itcgular 51.00. Morning special ONLY BHOWN Usefnl sizes and gouil Quality. Regular 40c each. OC Morring special, each LADIES' FIXE QUALITY UOKSKT COVE1JS. 3l> nnly. Worth 35c anil 40c. Very cadi 23c their salary cheques ami otbcrs tlial what the delegation of the temperance llicy paid cash ami all declared Ihcrc and moral reform association asked was no commilslon. for last week, thai the intention of Mr. Twecclle listed Pibby what was llic act he mado plain In view of the his rcapon for subscribing. decisions or tlio couris. Hon. C. II. Mitr-hcll eakl the witness ___ _____; Imd already (old (liom that lie had said lui was shown the list he asked what lie was exneclci] to give. Mr, Twecdio: "1 want to know IT lie was afraid of losing his job when he was lo Mr. Milrhcll obleetcd lo the oues- licm.-Tlic examination was not lo find ont Khal was in the witness" minil huti nrtnallv (oofc nlace and the con- vcrsallons. The pnhllc ana lllo com- SCHEDULE "A" -MOR'J'.GAGIMSALE r-UTlSUAXT'lo Ordor of His inn tie heroin piiltec onnl.1 llieir own dertuc- lh or in n ccr The Imperial Life Assurance Company of Canada, is [jv (J'o fnrt fnal he was em- I'lainliff and GeorRC'U'Secly. is DC lions. Mr. Twecilic argunl tint ployed In the land titles office. fendant. Ihe lollowing Inrds in '.he Mr. Mitchell replied that the slnlc Province of Alberta, "The Ihc witness1 fceltne was not evld- South East Quarter o[ Section Thlrty- cnrR. in TeurnsMi) Ten in -The chairman. J. McXaufihtoij. rul- Pangc Thirteen West or the ert aeninsl the question when Mr. Fourlli Meridian, ilcservinc unto His Tweerltc asked a division and on a Majesty, Mis Successors and Assieiw slralpht parly vole the question was nni1 minerals anil tlip right not nllowcil work Ihe bs offered for A. F. aaV-cd, "Did you malce sn'.e by public auction.tm Ttieatlay Ihr the subscrlnlion vohinlarlly or invol- 3r'l day of April, 1317, at the hour of unlarfly." Twelve o'clock noon al the Grassy Mr. Mitrbcil: "As a leeal man 1 Hotel In Ihr Village of Grassy liare (o ciVect. liut as a member ot Lake. the commit'GO I am willing to allow SALK.will bc subject to a Reserved the question." Rid which lias been fixed by this was the witness' Court, answer. TERMS A.VD CONDITION'S will be Mr. Miicliell: yon slMo Jitthe maile known at the, time or" the sale lime the subscription was made Ihnt or can nsrcrtalned from the under- Witness replied: "AVnlu'ely not." The about Mr. Milrhcll: "How lonq have you three miles from Grassy Lake. There ally o.vinplcd from the head lax and si in liar restrictions, but tUc new re- gubtlou niilHCicfi this exemption. I "Under Ihc in cffecl af- ler April Canadians who want to lo- cale in the Uniled Slitcs have to liay a head tax of Canadians vis- Hie Uiiled Stales for R period longer than GO; days will have to de- DpsH 5S, lo he rulunded If ihey retuni before Ihc lapse-of two uiontbs; The act will even penalize Caniuiians liv- ing in (he United Slates who have not become citizens. If they revisit Ihetr bid "home on return (h'oir place of business hcaJ lax -musl-lic1 impos- ed." i "The mailer has leon hrought he- Tore tlic Canadian government, anil renrcse-ilntions will bu made to at once lo sccuro esemp- tions for Canadians from the obnox- ious regulations." Stcrbirii, 53362. Have Just Imported from Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 Perchcroiis, 1 Belgian and 1 French Draft JOLIMETZ No- 117417, Dark. Grey, Foaled May 28, 1314, weight about 1BCO Ibi- RACINE No. '05157. Black, Foaled May 8, 'l914. weight about 1700 Ibi. BRILLIANT No. 54035. Black. Foaled June 1305, weight about '1900 Ibi. LEANDfeR Record No.. 102982. Grey. Foaled May 5, 1914. Record No. I18i56. Grey. Foaled March 20, 1914, about IBM Ibi. Record No. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaltd April 23, 1913, weight about UOO Recorded No. 96124. Dlick, Foaled June 7, 1912, welbht about Record No. 739S3. Black. Foaled June 28, weight about I9CO Ibi. Record No. 57612 Blsck. FoaiiJ ju'ns 4, JSOC. imported from France Novembsr I90B. Rccordtd No. 830S8, Grey. Foaled April 20. 1910. Inported from France ftunusi 1511, about 2200 'Ibs Record No. 53352 Black, Foaled April 3, 1905. Impbrted from France 1007. PIASTER DEXTER. Black. Record Ho. 122925. Foalfd June 24 19M KING COLE II French Draft Stallion Black. Record No 23G12 Foal. cd AutjUEt I5lh, PAUL DelQljn Stallion. Hoan. Record No. 9405- Foaled June II 19U welohl cbout 1900. Thcie" stallions have purchased from one of Ihe targeat breeders and Importers on the American continent. They have been bought worth the money and are priced to sell. Will also exchange for flood farm horses. FOll SALE AT THE LETJIBHIDGE SALE BAKX. H. 0. ROLLAO, OWNER in llic land titles office." vcars." Mr. this lho flrsl subscription you were asked for." Witness: "Absolutely the firsL" .ANNOUNCEMENT Is said to a house on Ihc said land. UilS-tecl, ivorlli nboul. S200.00. a srp.nary 14x16 feet, an-1 n stable 1 Ixin feet. Tlie said land ts Icnccd U'ilh a tivo Elran'l ivlro" fence. There Is said lo to a Bonil well on tlie sDid lan'l. The soil of tlio salil lanil Is a sanly IOTIIII n clay subsoil DATED at I.cthliriilRc. Alberta, this Tho ynllant C. T. U. arc ho) ling Sth day ot Slarr-h A.D.. 1917. imhlic mcplin? SI. Andrew's Conybcare. Ciiurch, JIcArthur church on evening nt S Davidson, Solicitors. Etc., o'clock, to ho reafl on Wo- Couybcaro lawa by S. J. SJiepherrt. Collec- tion for W. C- T. U. purposes. Ad. X. k. Alberta T. Wcsthkc. Auctioneer, UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock, ImpVments and Household Furniture JAS. LITTLE, AUCTIONEER, HAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE UNDERSIGNED TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SEC. 23-5-10, 6 MILES SOUTH OF NEHISCAM, On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th COMMENCING AT TEN A.M. SHARP THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY span grcr roarca, 12 years old, nnout 2600 Ibs.; 1 grey niaro, coming 1 years oM, about 1400 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, 10 years olil- alioul 1150 Us.; 1 baj- gcWtns, 12 years olil. nbmil 1200 Ibs.; 1 niare colt. cows, fresh any time; 1 belter; 1 bull; 3 calves. 7 pies and sows. 60 chlcXens. Stool SlcCormick binder, new; I disc McCormlck drill; 1 disc; 1 slag plow, 15-inch; 1 16-lncli slubblo bottom; 1 1-sectton drag and tfrlins cart; l rulllTtvlor; I mower; 1 h.iy rafce; 1 anj IJOT; 1 and hay raek; 1 cream separator; 1 blacksmith outfit; 1 tannins mill; 2 stts nnr. SI Niiihcls pnlatoea; noont 250 liushels oals and somo har; all household goods anil other articles lop numerous to sums of 00 and uritr cash; aver that amount credit will be given to November 1st, on approved security. 5 per cent, discount for an credit imounls. JAS. LITTLE, Auctioneer NOHMAN NELSON, Proprietor Ubis-Meeiv .d.burcbes Tuesday Specials m Grocery Department 2.25 40c Special Price: Dry Meal Potatoes. Special per 10D Ibs, Many kinds of fancy biscuits now in. OA Per Ib................ OUC Christie's Sodas. Per tin 1JA Ib. tin 3 Ib. tin .................75c B Ib, tin pulled Figs in glasses. Per-glass Hudson 'Bay Tea. Extra gcorf value. Per Ib. Coffee, Special Blend, 3 Ebs................. Golden Wax Beans. Per tin 35c 40c i.bo 15c Corn Meal. 10 Ib. sacks. Each Rogers' Pure Cane Syrup Quart Sealers. Each.. 5 Ib. tins. Special Tuxedo Coffee Per I Ib. tin Fresh Rousted Peanuts Special, per Ib......... Tapioca. 2 Ibs. for ...r'.i.......' "Swift's Premium .Bacon, by half piece. Special, Ib. Swift's Premium Hams, ial per fb. by taking ham.................. Swift's Pure Lard. 3 Ib. palls. Each 45c 35c 451; 50c 15c 25c 37c Spec- 32c 85c Hud son s W. SI. S. in llic church parlor, spe.-ial ot Mrs. llayr. Wednesday at S.p.m., business will ho transacted. Thursday intercession service and- Hie lau of Al at S p.m., prayer meeting. Tliursilay at S choir practice." At Latter Day at Die ladles ol Ihe relief nt S p.m., choir practice. illustrated addresses on "The Life of A, Wcslminster and St. "'I' moct at the home of Mrs. A. 719 3rd stfeet soulli, sub- ject "Home i Christian Science- -Wednesday at S P m., _ testimony meeting.' At Fentcccstal Mission Thurs- day, Special .waiting upon Oofl fdr'lhc Uaptisai -or the Holy Gliost; A dearly welcome all. At at S In the Y. M. 0. A.-the ladles of Knox nre invilcd allentl nn onen of the trav- ellers' aiil committee. Wednesday at 7.30 meeting of, the session, at S preparatory service. Saturday 3 to U Ihc Senior Mission Hand annual tea will bc held in the room. A silver collection ivill be taken. N'nxt Sunday llic sacrnrnenl oJ Ihc Lord's Supper ivlll Lc administered. At AL S p.m., an lllustrnled nvcning on St. Paul in nomc nil be Ri'vcn in (lie rlinrcli. The public aro invited. TSmiEtlny at 3 p. m.r-regular monthly meeting ot lho s n.o rhricttin FmiMv of holy communion; nt 3 the in the rhiB3 room, Ilev'l of thc sew at Uie Retl i'lnrstTof fnalhuntt will speak on j Cross TOOmB- "What Christian Kmleavor Stands j Al St. at 8 p. For." AVcclncsdny niRhL the W. U. T. (naMicrs meelttis in parish hall. U. are holding .in open meeting In St. i Wertnesilay at -l.'20, children's servieo; cbitrrb will ho S. evening service; vcslry meeting drcsFffll by E. J. Sliophenl on "Worn-' close or service. Thursday at 7.3Q j en's Lruvs." Thc public are invited. celcbalion ot holy communion. [Thursday nfiernon 3 (o 5, a mission- There wJll he no afternoon -service, ary At Home will bc held al Ihe home Friday at 4.15. Junior W. A. of llrirpnnii. corner nth Avo. nml St. at S p.m., len-, 10th Etrcel north. Tlnirsrlny at chers mcetine In St. AugUFlln's hall. Queens nf'Avelon mr.ol. in the rlass Werln'osday at -1.15, Junior A.; room. Krlrtny at 4.15 anil Sf choir ovciiinj? service. Thursday at 7.30 Thc pastor will rnll during hoys mcel-for C.S.B.Tj at'V.M.C.A.; (he week at 5. 6, 7, S anil :'th arencios. S, Gtrlrs' Auxiliary. Frldny, at S, in-' At al S tercession service; aL S.30 choir prac-: m.. prayer service followed tlcc: by of Sunday school leach- err-. I'riilay nt 2 p.m.. Ihe ladies nt' Ihc church sow a( Hie Red Cross rooms. i Al St, nigh I. at S Porias So- iely meet in.tbc pariEli room. .Tuesday tit S p.m., tea- chers meet in St. AuRuslin's hall. Tuesday at S p.m., collectors (or sys- tematic giving will meet at (lie home SgSSSJ-- OF BIG VALUES BRIDCE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE ACQUIRED A TRAINING IN THE CARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE AHE A RUNG HIGHER ON THE LADDER TO SUCCESS THAN THF. UNTRAINED. THEY ARE A STEP AHEAD IN THE COMMERCIAL WORLD. Complete courses In stenography, bookkeeping, spelling, office raulinc, and other business subjects taught by tlie newest methods by experts. SUMMER school will remain open all summer. Stud- ents may enter at any time and llicir courses will not be interrupted" by mid-summer holidays. Garbutt Business College Phone 11IS 411 Elrjhlh Street S. Lelhbridge A. M. FISHER, Principal, Residence Phone 1531 ;