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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, MAliqi 27, 1917 nii; LKTimniDfiB DAILY PAGE LEGAL NOTICES THE LAND TITLES ACT. ADVERTISEMENT jMorln'iige Hiilc of Viiluublo Farm Application No. M 751. UNIJKU and by virtue or thu 1'uw- Bate iirovhk'il the I-anil THles Act, ujnlcr a certain iJioi'lgaKC which will lie iiiuilnceiL at tlio lime of tlio sale, Tlioi-u will lio offered (or nalo by uucllou in Ilio rout OHlco In tlio Town of CanlKlcin, In llio Province u[ Alhcita, on Sutunlay, tho 1th day of Aiirll, 1'J 17, at Ilio liour of o'clock In Uio afternoon, luo following property numcly: I-'IIISTLY: All of section [our (4) I'xci'ptliiB Iliorcuut of Ihc Nortli Kam (Jmiler Hlx nnd foni'-tontlis (CJ1 mTi'a, for Hallway Illtlil ol Way, "nil ulebt and tenths (S.G) acres fur Htntlon eroanda. SECONDLY: Tho most WoslerlJ fui-Ly-nliii! and rirc-lcnlliB H'J.5 cliulna throughout of Section Tbi-eo TIIIIIDM': All IhOfO liorllona o Kccllon Klvo wulch He to Hi North and Kast of the Kt. Mary's Jltvor. All or Uio above Iracta o! land lie JliE 111 TownshlD Tlirto Itaniji tivcnty-rour West of Uio Kourtl Meridian. l''OUItTIII.Y: That portion or Ih bait of Section thirty-one (31) -.vhlch lies to Uio Bast ol the SI Jlary'n lllvcr uxcoiitloK tliereout tlirci and Iwcnty-nlHo liuiidredihs O.2S ULTC3 for roadways, KIFTllliY: 'I'Lii: iVorlli Hast Qaartc anil Ilial portion'or Ihe Nortli Wcs Quarter ot Hoctlon Twcnly-nlno (2S) which lies to Ihu East ot Uio S Jlary'a Illvcr. SIXTHLY: Tbo North Unit and Uio Eoillh Kaat Quarter nml all or that liorllon or Iho Sontli Weal Quarter ot Ecellon thlrly-two which lies to Ihe East, of llic St. Miiry'si Hlvor, ff- ccptlng tUereout of the North Wcat Quarter'four anil slxly-flvc hundred- tin (4.05) iiL-res, aud oul or the. North Risl all anil hvcnly-ctnlil liundredths (C.2S) acres ror roadway. All of HID last three dcscrllicii par- eels o[ laJi'J helns; In Towiulilii two Hnilse West ot llic Fourth Aledilhin. Ju oacb nnd every parcol al land above JpsfrlbeJ rescrvJiJB unto Ills Mnjestyi "Ills Eucccssora anil assigns, the coil mines, coal lilts, Beams of cosl nnil veins of coal, auil Ihe rljjht to work (lie r.ciue, unl all or Ihc above, described parcels tit land together ue- IIIK 21S4.2 acres, more or less, arc subject lo such vcflerv.-Uions as appear lu ihc Kiisiing. Certificate.of Title. The above proiierly will be offcrcil for sale eu bloc or In .tbc'following Bcparato uarceb: (A) '.The moat westerly .49.5 chains throughout o! Sccllon 3.'Township 3. JtnnKC of (lie Fourlli Mcrkl Jan. colltntiilnu 400 acres inorc. or less. (11) c.ic-lliuiuB Rallivaj- niilit ol Way. the' Norlo'.Enst..Quarter of Section D nml the putt of tlio North West Qitar- ler of Section u containing ?5 ncrcs. ;ill In Tor-asblp Hange 21, West or 'the Fourth Jlcrldlan, conlalnlng IE4 ucrcs, more or less. (0) 'rhe South half of Section nnd 17 acres ot the South East Quar tor of'Section East of thu all. in Townshiii-3.- IlanfiC' 2-1 ibe.Fourlh Jr.G 3'9 ar-j-es, .more or leas. (.0) iiorUi lialt 'bisection anil- that'' portion of (lie Kap.t half Sccllon 31, lying easloMIie I'lver.'ex clurtlnK ahont H acres'for roailways. eonlatnlnt' 380 acres, more or ]C3S. (E) Tllo South half of-Sectlon 32 tncl Ihc North Ilnlr of Section 2U, al lying cast of the river, both In Town chili 2, rtanse West ot the Fourtl Jlerldinn, contnlnlaE 67S acres, iuon or less: Terms of the sale lo be 20 per cenl cosh at the time of Ihc sale, anil thi balance according to the terms an1 conditions to he mailc known al tfli time of sale or upon application (i Ihe vendor's solicitors. The aliove property will be otfcrei fov gale subject lo n sealed reserve, hill and tree from all encumbrance anrl for Uie cnrrciit year. The vendor is Informed that tb above properly composed or 214 acres; of 1325 acres have hcej ciillKated, 153 acres arc pasture, acres are low lying ianil ftnd 10 acre pro land; that the soil black loam clay subsoil; tba (here i3 e, d-.relllnE, stone cellar, gran ary, hJachsmllli shop, barn, shed, co rals hen house and large granary o tbo saJd lands. A bmneh of (he Canadian I'aclfi Hallway runs through Sections 3 an 4 and ou the Norlli Eajit Qu'artcr i Sccllon 4 ts the llAlhvay Slnllon i Woolfonl and th8 Vlllnse ot Hi; name. Kor further particulars nnrl cnnrt tions of sale apply lo the DATED al Calgary, this 7th On of March, 1917. Ularko, Carson. MaclcotI Co.. Approved: Vendor's Solicitor A; Uep. Ad- P. I Flic 5I57-1'.A.( What the Press Agents Say A In u'liEcli IB an ac- ual iiieLltuUoji and where Jiandsotno A'ticrJcan avc Btuycfl a lirc-loiiK eapLlvu, but oi' n native's Trlctidsblp, Is Iho of ULO IIGIV Moro.ico-Marainounl iholuplay "Thu lloatl lo Kove." Tlic slrnn'EO oturtllng svorlcl ly- UK ot the Algcilai; coatl cities s MlmcJ hi thh lasclnallnt' scree1] ".'lory that Blarg (jfaudful Lvuora lit- j'lic aiSvcnliirous love affair of Ilio jidcouie youiiK American anil Iho Mgcrlan lioauly Conns tlic eubJcL1: M Is HUoiig, Llirjlljng pioiluctlou al Hlarland for Ihc labl to- A photoplay wlUj a for- ?n flavoi1 niiil atlracllveimi l.s .Mor. -to'b lalcsL rctcr.so on "An InleniaLlonal ilurlng Klta Jolivet, (Cirunlcs-t Lip- col wltlcli will Li- Ilio attrictloii lui 'el only. AT THE EMI'KESS Jlcnry Kulkcr ]n Warning" Is at ttio Kin press tnniglii. ItolierL Deis, man, a "Koorl Tcllou'." Jj; Ills own worst enemy. JIln wife, Anna, and Ills art- ist sister, .Martini, vrfio liveB v (licni, scold him Tor allov.'lng his son, iby, lo sec liliu so often under tho Influence of drink, Lul l.e Ilicir warniuE. On New Vpar's eve, wJ.Hc tlrunk, lie meets fin Woman Who Smiles, but recovers from her aUnrcmeiils. Ueiiinan rn'ceis tlic Who Knilles, sncmjinliH lo her loses Ills placu, and l.s iaugliw! at li> lior >vticn abo sens Jilm clown and out lie causes an accident which iilti uiaLcly kills his eon. Scene from "Canada's Fighting Forces" al the Orpheuro Theatre tonighl. by nioro tlian lint FARMER" EMULATING Ihe film and musical spcctactu crtal- cd from li l.s declared lo simians llic ten version In every way. The Jifiht on llic cliff In "Tho Kycs ol Ihe WoiJd" Ijclween King anil Hul- which Jy (iiu major clinmx oC is paid lo lie one of. llic most (hrHltng (Iiings ever shown in a Hi eat Tf. A musical has been prepared for "The Kyts ol the Is cued to tlio sfjcond with ery mood of the unfolding tale, and Is tald lo Itself. n symphonic drama In AT THE ORPHEUM CflJiada's Forces arc being at llic again lonlglil. iiosc wlio ILP.VC seen the pictures are mpliullc Unit Iho new Hcrle.s Is suji- lor to the (irsi for several reasons. IIR la tlic greater personal interest ousctl by Iho intimate jiorlralL evra or several huiulreil anaillaiiB. Another Is the renmrk- ficrics oC aviatfon pictiires. Ihc kc oC wlilcli has aeldom Lccu sbowi lywbcre.ln tho woi'Itl. Thern'liapiiDncd. lo bo a youni; N' 0.'In'llic army medical corps whose "The Kyc.s of M'orlrl" film- ed with Ihc active person al a a si si- aiu-c of (lie nulhor, who ]iot only am- pHlicd llic slory for the scram and prepared Ihc work Ing bill also look iiarL In the work Interprclins his characters tor ihn pratluttion. Kxteiislvc motion inclurc views o( Harold Hell Wrighl at hli library workshop on his grsal raneL at Oracle, ArJzona, .are shown pre- ceding, the filmed sloiy. iuiferers Bom pie P n c t- n the 1' n m u n H ]'Mr r f a I nifnt Xoiv Hfffrt-d J'ri-c (u I'roin II JJa for Pyrnrnltl rilo T r o A I m e n t jjivoa re- lief. itop3 llch- ------JnR piles, :_ -lal trouliU-B, In tlio privacy of your own ho rut, toe n box at. all A tingle box curcu, I'JLC Kiiinple fur (rlnl booklet frco In (dfilti wrapper. If you acnil us coupon bolow. HIP VAN WINKLE Chicago, 111., Simo Thompson, (II yi'ars old. a' fiirniei frnm Walluilla, hua al unljrokonly for ;i uinnth al Ibc opattnc hospital anil physician; today were uwithlng his awakening lliat llicy may aiioiniit in euro the rlrowsiness which has iiiilicicil KOII for yeard, Tlie proscnl slumber or the patient Is not Ills longest sleep. AecortNng lo Kon, Joijn TJiotiipaon, Ills father once loll asleep on a load of hay which he was hauling to the liarn and did not awn km until afLer (he first ttircis nionih.s later. Sonio iJliyslclans ,liave dlngnoycd thn as, autointoxication. Over JDOO.OOO was Lo lie war loan In Calvary. FREE SAMPLE COUCON PYRAMfD DTtrO COMPAN'7, fitl'yrnniLclIlKlr.. MurbLnll, Mlclj. KUnIly EPIH! nio a KfAlllO Btrccl City NOTICE! GRAIN GROWERS TO SAWMILL Winnipeg, Marcli It. Macken- zie aecrelary of ihc Canadian council of agriculture, announced today Ibat lite Grain Growers' (Jrain company planner! this year In build a lumber inlll praclically SliiO.OOO, upon vll occupation hail, been that of a! a timljer Imill si.tly miles onst of 1'ori ovlng picture photographer and tho t George, n. C., on Ihc Gram! Trunk Jea. came (6 sonic oi1'Iris nlficera tlial u could be made use of in llic inan- ci-, muiilioiicd. His outfit was nc- for anil lie Legan 10 ike pictures- of fionio of the new iclliods .employer) in" lios- itrils. ,Tliesc films ivero saved and -to -clinics in various ic Kinpire for mcdlcnl. Inslrutlion nrposca -and have proved a ivonder- ul-rild disscminalors of know- edge, along this line. which' ivill ipvrn for. J3 -.days commencins next [oh'jay "ai'tL'c Orphniim llicatre. tolls ic slory of u young man; wlio, quite I is forced into ircunisiahccs -which end in a night ['debauchery with a' girl of tlic Lrecla.' Later he cGiiic-5 across a for- ier friend in a deformed, wislcd, horrible heggar on the streets nil learns'that the change from a Irons this specimen of de- ,i-aded lui'manUy Is Ihc result of a Iseaae ciisiiiuc1 from a liio-of license. Ic Is-sc 17.611 with a dread lest he lilm- cll may have Become infected viilU he disease. U'iy5 n scientific realise.'on Ilio subject anil realizes n comparing the symptoms with a rouble which has of lute been Loth- irlng him lhal lus one night or licnnsa las cost him what he Illtle drcaineil Tlie drama shows further the meth- )da of real medical men in handling he horrible illness and the schemes iv which "quack" doctors who adver- I'sjC speedy cures and mahe tbem selves riclt liy preying ou men and joys who conic lo tliein for Ire.itment. L discloses their niclhods'of prcscrlb- ng for Ihc ailment nml their promises of cure, none of which are ever real- zcd. Nut the drama takes one still fur. _hcr through the career of "Get Ihc young man who had jeo- pardized the lives of all his loved ones own night of gaiety. H shows his marriage and Inter Ihc birlli of his child, and in due lime the appearance of Ihc dreadful disease which blights .nil destroys In his progeny. AT THE MAJESTIC railway, The- company baa owned Ihis tim- ber limit since 1013. Iml, up ".o the 'present, has taken no active steps toward utilizing- it. The rompnny lias liecn conducting a lumber business, however, for .several years. This year the grain growers plan to mill and manufacture Lhcir own lum- ber and suinily the farmers direct. The new mill, plans for which nre.'iiov-' completed, will have a capacity of twenty million feet of lumber a year. WHERE IS THE MOTHER 'ith child uho is rundosvn, has pal( checks oi thiii blooJj hesitate to give that child the thing it needs o slait it growing aiul keep it going: For over forty years thcconccnlriilcd liquid-food in Scott's Emulsion Ins been changing thinness to plumpness poor Wood lo rich blood. There is nothing belter lor growing children whether they arc weak or! than ScoU's Emulsion, but see jt you get the [j Scan tL BCI e Scott's. Oil. AIICHOR-DONALDSON N THE MATTER OF AN (ORDI- NANCE RESPECTING THE VOL UNTARY WINDING UP OK JOINT STOCK CO hi RANi ES, BEING CHAPTER 13 OF THE ORO'l- NANCES OF1 ALBERTA, 1903, FIRST SESSION: IN THE MATTER OF THE WEST- ERN CANADA LUMBER COM- ANY, LIMITED, IN LIQUIDA- TION; Tho Creditors of the'above named Company arc required on or before Hie Flflh Day Ol -Mini, A.D. 1917, senil their names and addresses and parlirubrs of tlictr debts and claims to WILLIAM GHAHAM, Accounlanl o[ NTo. 62-1 Xinth Street Smith, ilyp, Alberta, LitpiMntor of said Company, and ii so required by notice in writing from llic saitl Ijiqufdnior or lliclr SollcitorK or (icrsonally lo conic in and prove their said debts or claims at such lime or place as slinll be specified in saiil notice or in de- fault thereof llicy shall be cxcluricil from tlic benefit of any sncli distrilni lion made before such debts arc proved. DATED at LcLlibrjilRc, AUjerla, Ihis Thirteenth d.iy of t'elinmry. A. U. 1317. SHEPHERD, DUXLOP RICE, Lclhljrtdec, Allierta, Solicitors for the above named S. Liquidator. GLASGOW -TO ST JOHN, OIIIECT PORTLAHD TO Gl ASGOW HALIFAX TO GLASGOW The Jolly Jack Tars Safin-day, .March :Ms( A 51b. BOX OF CHOCOLATES DONATED BY THE LETH- BRIDGE CANDY CO., CONTAINING GOLD BROOCH DONATED- BY MRS, K. A. will be Raffled in aid of Sailors' Ucliel! Fund His Worship, the Mayor, mak- ing the drawing at the Lelh- bridge Candy Co.'s Store, K. P. Building on This inilicc is to our pak-ons al'lor April Ml 17, all liamllu-r- cliid's in dry" laundry will be charged Tor al oacli ni- iTliinii'd widiout Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. C. S. FARROW iSahmliiy Xe.xl Afternoon tea be served, and there will bo a pantry table at the store In the afternoon and a percentage of all candy sales will go toward the Sailors' Relief Fund. TONIGHT EXTRA SPECIAL HENRY KOLKER' in 'TSie Warning' TOMORROW MARGARITA FISCHER In "TILl-M'EAKL OF I'AiSADISK" In 6 great parts. A big special offering at no advance in price- FORTH COMING Auction Sales By IK L WILSON, Aiiclioneer Thufsday, March 29.--W3 19lh Street N., Household Furniv lure. C. B. McKmnonj Owner. Friday, March 30. miles from Spring Coulee. Farm stock ant) implements. M. Millar, owner. Saturday, March 31. In the town of Spring Co'ulee. Fnnn stock and implements and house- hold furniture. Roy Mats on, owner. To the llionsnmls of book reailor.q who knou' tlie tense dramatic inter cst and deep cruollonal thrill of liar old Bell Wright's famous slory of IOVR" and adventure. "The Byes of llic It will be welcome news Ihat magnificent motion picture produc- tion of the romance In ten reels, which W. H. Clunc. the maker o( and part prodiicL-r of "The Clansman" Dirlli of a hns jnsl completed, will Lc seen hnrc nl. Hie' -Thcalrc tonight nnd touior-} row. I The book, 33 Is well known, has cn-j Joyed nn enormous popularity, having 1 been according lo the publish j Another Hig1 Auclioii Stile oi' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Al WiuUlinii'lon's Aiu'tion HOOIIIH OX FHTDAV NEXT, MARCH BOTH. SEE TOMORROW'S ADVERT. FOR FULL PARTICULARS" FRANK THE AUCTIONEER Arrange your dales Flume .IO-23 Head Office Dominion Block Lclhbridge ftuction Sale OF Farm Stock Implements On Saturday, March 31 st AT ONE O'CLOCK AT SFKIXG COULKK The following: 1 team of bay mares, age 8 and 9, weight 2600; 1 black gelding, RQC 4 years, weight 1200; 1 bay mare in foal, age 4 years, weight 1200; 4 colls coming 2 years old; 1 calf, weight .1100; 3 1-year old colls; 3 sets of good work harnCSE; 2 ivzgcns; 1 Massey Harris Binder in good shape; 1 gas engine; 1917 Ford auto; 1 6-hole McClary Range with bight closet; 1 kitchen cabinet; 24 pure bred While Orpington chickens; also 6 pure bred roosters. at (he same time I will offer, for sale 1 span of black mares, 4 and 6 years oldj weight 2900. W. L Wilson 'arm Safe and Live Slock Auctioneer Lethbridg. TERMS CASH HOY M. MATSON LAST TIMES TONIGHT LENORE ULRICH IN ROAD TO LOVE" A splendid pfclure. Don't miss it. LATEST WAR WEEKLY AND A GOOD COMEDY ONLY OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS Kila -Tolivc in (Countess Cippicb) i 'Atf INTERjVATIONAl MARRIAGE' A film version of George Broadhurstl Successful Drama ELKS CLUB Alberta Block ReadLng Ilooro, WrltJng Room, ilards. mecUngs, 1st nnd 3rd Vlslllng mcwttra vrsl COQC-. W. L. Clark. "Exalted Hulor. O. D. Room 4, Alberta Block, Secretary. TENDEHS WANTED rOR DISCING AND SEEDING Will contract with rolialiTc liavtng the nuccanary horse power anil Inarhinery to disc, seed and harrow ISO ncres. miles nl Siding. Work must he done as scftn BT; Is out. ApjiTy P. LUND. IJoi l.cthlirldeo. MAJESTIC To-night lo-mwnwf 2.20 and 8.20 Clune's Lavish Cinema Produc- tion THE EYES OF THE WORLD By Harold Qell Wright Matinee......... 25c ,ind 50c Evening 25c, 56c anri 75c Gas Tractor Owners Arc youi1 cylinders or snored. can tlipni iiiui fit (Item with new iiislons iind IcuU jirooi' WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR FTUCES ARE N1VEN BROS. 210 FIRST AVE. S. PHONE 1732 NEXT MONDAY THE BIG SPECIAL DAMAGED GOODS A Vital Drama of Moral Uplift in seven aw- inspiring parts. Presented by Richard E, Bennett and Co-Workcrs. "No girl Ts the double standard of morality exists." "For the sin which ye do by two and two, ye must answer for one by one." "Damagc'l Coous" tfcLviTcs the terrible consequences o( vice and the physical ruin, thai follows abuse ot Uie moral law. It is a slirring plea for a pure life liefore marrinRC, 111 order to make iiniwssiblc (he transmiss- ion ot heredity taints lo future generations. Prices 35c. No children admitted under 16 years. Matinee every day. ORPHEUM-Last Time To-night C See Ihe IN THE SECOND EDITION OF CANADA'S FIGHTING FORCES SHOWN BY ROYAL COMMAND SEE OUR CANADIAN BOYS IN THE MOTOR BOAT PATROL WARFARE IN THE CLOUDS Prices: Children I5c _________ Adults 25c TONIGHT ONLY HELEN HOLMES IN "A LASS OF THE LUMBERLANDS" MAJESTIC THEATRF One Night Dnly-Thurs. Mar 29 FRANK-IRESOX in THE BARRIER BY REX BEACH THE GREAT DRAMA OF OUR CANADIAN YUKON ;