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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta f^f AGE FOUR THE L E TJ! B RID G3 DA IL Y jil E R A L D Jtethbtibtje HDcvalb Xctbbi-it)fle,iHlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subicrlptlon Rates: Dally, delivered, per week ..... 10c Dally, delivered, per year ......J5.00 Daily, by mall, per year ........JS*"* Weekly, by mall, per year......51.00 citizens of Lethbrldge own an electric light plant that has given good service and is Kivlng good service, and will continue" to give good service, and some of the owners of that plant are foolUh enough to scrap their Investment III the plant to pay their good money to a gas monopoly that takes their money out of Lethbrldge so they'll never see It again. The gink that killed the goose that laid the golden egg has nothing on these fellows. PROVINCIAL AUTHORITIES MADE A MISTAKE Hon, Mr, Boyle must have been dreaming when he Intimated that the reason the city of Lethbrldge wanted to change from the system of giving a discount for prompt payment of TELEPHONES Business Office ......'......... 125: Editorial Office ............... 1-4 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager j taxes to the American system which arch-nicnt, impervioiia to moisture, dust-proof, air-tight, now brings BLUE RIBBON to your home in }M>rfcct condition,' An outer covering of iihnost impenetrable onrt ridge-paper makes security doubly sure. No possible detenoralion can occur. You know "BLUE RIBBON TEA"-the best on the innikpt, Xow look for the new packet-a perfect wrapping for a perfect tea. SUPPLIES F SOLDIERS ARE SE ERE RE f)ICKED UP IN ASSINGIIIZZI FOR THE BUSY MAN Local Member Given Information as to Those Selling Supplies and Those Tendering TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916 IIS GETTING MANY RECRUITS May Mobilize at Cranbrook-Friction Over Appointment of Batt. Quai-termnster A provincial election In Quebec nest June Is In prospect. Rev, Dr. Robert Johnston, of Montreal, was nominated for the vacant chair of systematic theology in the Presbyterian college, .Montreal, Press dispatches received from Switzerland say that the Kaiser has I ordered the sale of several of his W. A. Buchanan, local member, re- I estates, in order to contribute the pro- ceeds to the new German war loan. Justice Lafontalae annulled the marriage of Prank Paulln and Uicean ceived the following information in the House of Commons last week with regard to camp supplies at Lethbrldge: Mr, Buchanan-1, Who has the con-, tract for provisioning the prisoners in ] Leduc of Jlontreal, on the ground that the internment camp at Lethuridge, i woman already had a legal hus-Alberta? 2. Was the contract received after tenders had been.asked? 3. How were the tenders invited, by advertisement or posted notice? 4. Who were the tenderers? Mr. Kemp: The supplies for the prisoners at the internment camp at Lethbrldge are procured from the contractors for the Militia Department. Mr. Buchanan: 1, Who has the con- band living, Niagara Rangers has been agreed upon as the name for the new 176th battalion of Lincoln, with headquarters at St, Catharines, now being recruited. "The Ontario Municipal, Electric association will fight any move that interferes with the Hydro-Electric tract'for suppblng provisions for the'P"^'^'" commission, or affects its use troops stationed at Lethbrldge, Alber- fulness" accordmg to a decision ta? 2. What firms were Invited to tender? .reached, at Guelph, Fernle, March 25,-iSpeclal to the Herald)-Lleut,-Col. Uidgeway Wilson {n command of all H, C, internment camps, arrived in town today and went on to Jlorrlsaey with Col. Mac-kay, who formally turns over to Capt. Shaw tlie Morrlssey Internment camp. Col, Mackay will devote his time exclusively to his new baltallou, the 225th. and has now headquarters established here. Captain Barnes, adjutant, and Captain Boures with Lieut, Foot are attaclied to headquarters, and a staff of clerks are at work. The olllco is on Victoria avenue for the present, but aa soon as the government engineer, who Is expeoled on Monda.v, arrives and fits up the macaroni factory building, the ofnoos will be removed to that building and the volunteers will be quartered there. Lieut, W, T, Haynes Is the recruiting ollicer for this station. Col. Duff Stewart has succeeded Col, Ogilvle as 'iD,0,C, for this district. Col, Ogilvle has heon given command of an artil-' lery brigade now being formed. Adjutant Barnes reports an enrollment of 209 men In the 225th to date. Sixty-four of these are members of the Femio company. In the event of the battalion being mobilized here before going out of the district, it is probable they will be assembled at Cranbrook, there being ample open ground there for that purpose. Lieut. F, M. Whitlow, of the Grand Porks Independent company, Is In town today. He says all the members of that company are Joining the 225th and the men will go under canvas at the fair grounds there on the first of April, B^tlldlngs are being provided at Cranbrook and Nelson for housing the companies being formed there. Some Friction Some friction seems to have resulted from the appointment of Mr. Skinner, manager of the Western Canada Wholesale Company, Ltd., to the position of quartermaster of the 225th battalion by Colonel Mackay. Mr. Skinner's qualifications for the position do not seem to be called in question, he having been engaged In a line of business for several years which would qualify him for such a position, but so strong has been the opposition to this particular appointment in certain quarters, that a telegram has been sent to Ottawa asking that confirmation of -Mr, Skinner's appointment by Col. Mackay be held up pending lur- IINRESEKVEI) AUCTION SALE J. A, SMITH HA3 RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. H. . TARRY TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, MARCH Slst AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING, AT THE OLD DALLAS FARM, 4 MILES EAST OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDQE HORSES-1 Team of geldings, 6 and B years old, weight 1300 lbs.; I'ttam of geldings, S and 9 years old, weight 1400 lbs,;' 1 geldinr, 8 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 gelding, 7 years old. 1200 lbs, CATTLE-S Steers, 3 years old, 1200 lbs.; 2 cowa In calf; 1 oow "with onlt at fool.  . H0G|8-6 Berkshire brood sows, due to farrow In month of May; 10 store hogs, 125 lbs. FOWL-100 Fowls, mostly pure bred fowl, some Black Mlnor-cas, sumo Brown Leghorns, some White Leghorns, and some Barred Rock. � IMPLEMENTS-1 Docrlng binder, nearly new; 1 Massey-Harrls IB hoe drill, with grass seeder attachment; 1 Bulky plow; 3 wnlkini; plows'. I sot of Iron harrows; 1 turnip pulpor; 1-now 4-rowed potato sprayer; .1 lime wart sprayer; 2 new Hoover potato diggers; 1 laud packer; l set of weigh scales, 2000 lbs.; 1 200 egK Incubator and brooder; 2 cultivators; 1 hay rake; 1 express wagon, 1 democrat wagon; liO rods of hog wire; 1 cream separator, nearly new; 1 chum; shovels; spades; 1 single buggy; forks; 4 sets of team harness, 4U tons of seed potatoes; 2 hives of bees, FURNITURE-1 Large cook range; 2 heater stoves; 4 large oxtonston tables; 10 bedsteads, springs and mattresses; 1 set of wicker chairs of (i; 1 roll top writing desk and chair; 1 Ice refrigerator; also a quantity of bedding; 4 droHsers; i> kitchen and C dining chairs; a large quantity of cooking utensils, TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON tisLelt or pc�ted"notlce? ' \� allowing workingmen from the Mr Kpmn- 1 Mpat P Ri,r,iald as permRt\' ent Inveslmenta," ; ^ GASGARETS" BEST IF EAOAGHY, BILIOUS, SICK, GONSTIPATED BEST FOR LiyER AND BOWELS, BAD PREATH, BAD COLDS, SOUR STOMACH. Get a 10-cent box, Sick headache, blllousntiss, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the 'bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged In the Intestines, Instead of being cast out of the system Is re-absorbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches tho delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that 'lull, throbbing, sickening headache, Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, taUo the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Caacaret to-night will surijly BtralgUton you out by mornlns. They work while you sleep-a lO-CBiit bo.\ troju your druggist .means ytmr hoad clear, stomach swe�l, breath right, complexion rosy aiid your IJveV and Vowels regular for wo'iiths.-Advor-tifienent, MRS. H. TARRY, Proprlatresa. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE ON THE NORTH. EAST 15-S-21, FOUR MILES SOUTH-EAST OF LETHBRIDQE on TUESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1916 AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-1 Roan mare, � years old. U60 lbs.; 1 black niaro, 6 years old, 1800 lbs.; 1 bay gelding. 7 years old 1300 lbs,; 1 grey mare, 5 years old. 1100 lbs.; 1 roan mare, L' ycnrs old; i black gelding, 2 years old; 1 bay mare, 1 year old. CATTLE-High grade Durham; 7 fresh cows; 18 cows, due to be fresh In April; 12 heifers. 2 years old; \n steers, 2 years old; 10 calves; 4 brood sows, due to farrow month of April; 50 chickens; 2 sets of double team harness; I .set single harness, IMPLEMENTS-1 Completi- liay stacker with bull rakes: 1 truck wagon with box; 1 hay rack; 1 water lank; 1 cream separator; 1 democrat wagon; -JO tons of alfalfa; i colls of hay wire; 10 tons of potatoes, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-J Bedsteads, springs and iMat-tresses; 4 dressers; 1 large oak sideboard; I writing desk; I leather couch, nearly new; I largo rug, 10 x 12; 2 cook ranges; 1 heater stove; B rocking chairs; 6 dining room chairs; 6 kitchen chairs; 1 oak dining table; 1 kitchen table; cooking utensils; largo 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 credit amounts, with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts, or 6 per cent, off for cash, FREE LUNCH SERVED AT A. REGIMBAL, PROPRIETOR, NOON, J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. J CATALOGUE OF -HE VERY SUPERIOR Household Furniture And Effects Tlic rropeity oi" Mih. T. \. Uiulerwoocl TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE BY FRANK WADPINGTQN ON THE PREMISES 1121 4th Avenue, South On FRIDAY Next, MARCH Slst COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING DEN-Solid oak office desk, Mission style; Mission Oak lounge in leather, sectional book cases, Misson Oak; massive rocker in solid leather; fumed oak rockor in solid leather, leather sealed arai chair. Mission Oak combination card table and smokers' cabinet; small Wellnk safe; copper hoarth suite; brass reading lamp; gcuu-ine Wlltbn Pile rug; pictures, etc, � HALL-Beautiful grandfather's clock In .Mission Oak case; hall rugs; velour portiere curtains, pair bronze figures, "The Hnrvea-turs"; pictures and sundries, DRAWING ROOM-Two pairs e.\cellenl qualUy lilue velour cuf'lalns; very heavy fumed oak library table, hoI1;I mahogany inutile cabinet, mahcgany suite, comprising settuo and lady's and gents' rockers; handsome leather easy chair; mahogany China cabinet with Jievollcd mirror. PIANOFORTE by MASON & RISCH, mahogany case; large Jardiniere and pBdestal; brass drawing room clock, valuable, water, color drawing and oil painting by eminent artists; electric lamp; brass jardlnloro, Pile carpet, etc, � . DINING ROOM-Kl'?gant dining suite in fumed oak. comprising sot heavy dining chairs; extending dining table; buffet and dlnnc-r wagon; fumed oak secretaire; geniilun Axmlnstor rug; pictures, etc, BEDROOM NO. 1-White enamelled dresser, two bedroom chairs in white enamel; single bed, spring and Osterraoor mattress, carpet, etc BEDROOM NO. 2.-Large wardrobe with mirrored front; handsome bedroom suite in Bird's Bye Maple, comprising clleffonler, large dresser with oval mirror, bed complete with springs and'Os-tcirmoor mattress, chair, rocker and pedestal cupboapd, bedroom carpet, / BEDROOM NO. 3-Solid brass bed fitted with Ostormoor box springs and wool overlay, Circassian walnut dresser and 0heffonl6r to match, bedroom caipet. BEDROOM NO. 4-Solid brass bed, satin finish, with springs and Ostermoor mattress, solid oak drosser with oval mirror, carpet, chairs, pictures, etc. ATTIC-White enamel bed, springs and Ostennoor mattreas, oak dresser, curtain stretchers, chairs, three coml'ortai;!!, white enamel mirror, pair mounted heads. Savage rifle .30.'1 In leather case, remington .22 magazine Hfie and sundries. KITCHEN and Outdoor Effects Include;-"Tho Best" llyglenlo refrigerator, large (luanllty of glassware, ice cream freezer, wringing machine, vacuum cleaner, kitchen utonsUs, lawn uiower, hammock iounare, and many other useful items. TERIVI8 CASH. NO.RESERVE' Tho auctioneer desires to call particular, atteptlon tg this Important sala, The axcellsnt quality of the goods to' be sold pretonte , a rare opportunity to parties requiring high grade furniture,' A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED. : Windsor biiBlnesH men, Waterloo RecrultlnK Lijague and others; liava'; 6xpresBe(\[, ft)i4^pH�Ivo8' In fa.vbr of soma t9t'i|l^^(t (ipmvulHury service. #1 � iii'notable Jlguro In tlio^.jb.unmllstlo !lt^;.y0f Bvlgl^ton dlsti'IcWnfl.v years ago'luiH pasB�id 'away In ,Ul� ao�tlj gl Juinos liwlng Solomou, ',: ;