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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VEDNKSPAY, MARCH 28, 1917, THE i.ETiinmnr.E DAH.Y PAGE SIX; DISTRICT NEWS lug, The bridge, H may fcrliRii (auglil jsclioo) for CHOWS' NEST PASS (From (lio UljL-moro Pie, Jruncs L'nden, who over- Smllh dance hall Is being'seas wiili Ibo returned liomo aptuly constructed. A playcr-pia 10 from KigtouJ on Wednesday nwiu- o be used tn il hns already arrived, inc. iMdJcu Is returned on flc- laid. [From lie Medicine Hat News) maple floor Is being first dnnco-ln the Is [a ho great event, Tho hall players nre eagerly await (lie time when they can get out practice.- Tlicy somo duudy lullE niid other equipment coming, luj tliere arc iilo ,iy ot real i round lo make u first clafs Lall Icani. Mr, J. E.' White's on Diana I tree t Is now completed, and his liinrily arc now moving lino U. The ILOUSO fs ulccly finished lu white and Mre. J. 11. Peck and two cf her Ihlldrea are now living- in Orion. cuuttt clearness. Miss Lucy Jtowo, N'lio rccenDy re- i eipned her position v.itli the HUir- lucraiive fostl si l.cilibililgc. Tho mirriage took (From Ihc leader) Raymond ivill haie a ueir post- blaster nfler April I. Assistant Salman has resigned aud FuslTnas- lar Klrg has appointed A. Is Ills successor- The transfer will I'd made April Isl. Along with lliis Innounccment comes thai ot Ihe mov- ing of the post office to the Security lilock. All thai is being awaited now authority from Oilaiva to make o change. The retiring assistant jsluiasler, Mr. Seluian, has ueeo hi Ihe public service about eight has been a faithful and courteous servant and has given excel- tlie ent satisfaction. He Is leavin llvll service to In the new assistant Is now llliallfip.1 for Ibe portion an! will likely give good service. I Fred Murrell. Aineriean; j'i llealey, American, and Frank O'.VHI. Irish, enlisted last week wii.i Uift Toey ara now in trairims prior lo company. I'algary .olng overseas. The noivn around meu are JLurrell Is I lever vaudeville entertainer, who lias played lie Pantases circuit. Ilealcy was a piano, player al ttio llci theatre for some lime, and Frank was Ihe jolly young IrlsU lon- lortal arlisi employed in T. E. Oil's l.arlor. Ther have all seen milltan' Jcrvlce. Murrell with the Slh lu .lie tiello 4ace at Phcher on Mardi -19, of MUs Julia llo, of Ciwky, to August niotit. The happy couple left for IJcllevuo on ihc woroliie train. Thcy will reside on Mr. Dumoiit's ranch lu the Porcuianca. The nwrrlseo of Pic. Buy Charles and Miss l.llltau Thomas took place nt CalKiry on. Monday. Miss Thomas .1 daushtcr ol Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tliouns. ot Illairuwre. and was until recently a nurse at tlio l-Vank nillllary hosi'ilal. ItTom the Mcdicino Hat A local union of Hie U.P.A. has been organliccl litre, which enjoys a large auJ enlhuslaslfc membership. During tlio recent cold weather ami oil a particularly cold night, it. Kol- a larmer living n few miles north of (own, off tne trail and spent yarl nisht on the prairie. His and hands were so badly frozen Ihat both feel one Iiaiid bad to bo amputated. Folberg Is now tn the hospital In last year, qt couth or Iloiv Island, and both eho and her Jinalum] nro' very BOH i country. In tho During llio pust wcok, A. 0. Gage has purchasej a Cnso 'J-1S tractor; Frank ond Harold Hewitllo linvc a Casu 10-20 tractor from H. S. DcalllOv Tho'-latter also ilisi'oscJ tills ueek'of a cnrloid of Waterloo Hoy tractors (o K. S. Inan lauched loud. lobV his team oft lad bet that Verne could not move Ihe load. But Verne got Ms lariat lope on the end of Ihe tongue and lot on old Silver's bark and lo the Imazement of the crowd of onlook- away went the load. Such a leal as ttis had never been liefore. A pound saddle horse lulled more with a saddle lhan a ia harness So 1'ern look the mor.ey. V. Mcssingcr, formerly c( this district, was welcomed here by his many friends Monday. Mr. Me-ainger, who' has been, (arming in the north for tho pisL two years. Is bach ar- raaging for Ihe summer fallow of his homestead. During his atseucc he has uufortunalelv lost Iii5 pre-enip- tJon by cancellation. Ho will spend a momh in the district. te-Councillor Spenser Is also back after beinj? away for two years, and fs hard nf work getting his line farm In shape for Ihe big 1917 crop. MILK RIVEIl Milk Iliver, Mar. 26. AUhough spring Is slow in com'ajr, building has already begun In earnest In and around Milk Ttiver. F. II. Ellert is erecting a op- posite his store, Tom Monteilh has moved his dwell- ing and will liuild a blacVimili sbop 2S x SO feet, at onrt. Walter Smith put up a hard- ware store on the lots by Joe Schwartz, in the near future. Mr. Plcrscn, who recently arrived aere from Spokane. is ercct- io'g a dwelling house on his laud near Sweet (and Coutts (Sweet QrtLBS 'AdyocBtoJ Mrs. Knlhorlnftj Jju'Phy UM on Friday ot IHE! week at the liouln of daugbtcr, Mrs. .CauKs, Tho deceased years of ago. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kamucl Griffith re- turned to Sweet Grass (ho last of tho we ok from Cnllfornia, whoro they hnve beou spemllng the whiter. Quito a nuuibcr lunicj out far tho farmers' hero oti Saturday. that >vas brought was sold, Itriiigitig Eoriio good iirlccs. On Tucsilaj- n sale was held Cuglou rancli on the Canadian -ulile. One of the largest croivJs that orer (virttod out LO a Bale tn this Lirofcnl. and ovcrylbliig eolJ at Llg money, Ten heart ot borsea averaged bolter than }25D. S, Sinllli cried bolh bales. TlioHias I.aiie ivas born Juno 1, 1S27, at Charlolletown, Prince KdwarJ anc] LI I Sweet Grass on March ill.. IJe to HID Uullcu BLalcs lu IS3I. llo located lit Mass. There he mar- ried Abblc Aldeu Crnoo, July IS51, who died July 1S5D. On April 1, 1S60, he was niarrtcil (o Auiinihi li. Slnslcs. .Mr. ivn. 'until' n I1lf.4nl i.ul annAlnll "I'1-1 Ing sandwiched In Lolwoeti. (Ho crowd kept oucuplccl until Iho early inoyiiluK UOUTB. Henry 'I'tiuiQUl lire- Efclcd (it (lio ocitcrtitftiinont. Tho social brought in for llio Pal-' liottc Fund. TlUrly three baskcla were o [To red for and so mo of brought oa as Tho llairicvlcw school hns ojicucd ngaln with -Ml Katlierlno of New liaytou aa teacher, 5 Tlios. Teiir.nnl lias rotni'iicil Trom n business 'rip to Great Kails. I.urdcrntau Is on a business! lrli> to bridge. Jlcrlicit Smllli, son of Jns. who went ovcraons with llio 13lli G. M. 11- Is liaoh noniD, liavlne bfinn dls- ahtca ivMlo (raining In lie was thrown from lila liorso a ml Ills was EO baiUj- Injurnl tbul he WHS declared unfit for sorvlco, nfter lip.vliiB Luon tn hospitals [or somo time, lio canio liomo a few wcoltg ago. a soft metal worker and, on account BEEfl A SHILLING A PINT JJotoro tho Jii.OOO.OOO Blnndnnl hnrrcla of tocr were proilaced eacli year, eays (ho London Chronicle. Then Mr. llunclmaii hronght down tho total to nnd thnt U In o end of this iorl EUld thnl I hero Lcr. Lord Dcvo from visits the border last week. Amoiijj tho :iumber aro V'reil Clever, L. Moorhouse, S. Wright and Oscar Hags. A. D. Adams has returned from a visit lo tho coast cities. Mr. find -Mrs. Joha Archibald and family left Thursday for their new home In Empress. bata dance was hetd at Galio- 's new baru at Long Coulee cm Friday night. Tho Champion or- chestra furaished the music and a crowd of tho young people attended It. Mr, Hill fs building an addition lo his home ou .Mountain street. Rer. K. Hollo way returned on Fri- day from a short vacation at Olds. Jtalph llond Is putting an addition on hts home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lcng return- ed on Tuesday from Calgary where1 they have spent Ihe winter- George Orr -left for Calgary Satur- day on a business trip, returning Sunday nlghl accompanied by Miss Edna Stevenson who hae accepted a position in the drug store. j During the past week three fami- lies are rejoicing "In the addition of sons, these are Mr. and Mrs. NT. M. Gt. Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Deal burg. WSs., nud four years later lo Clear Lake, Iowa, He made thisf loae Journey overland and was an early seltler, so ho Ituew all the hard-1 elilps of a utoncer Iffc. He rcmatncd- there years, and helped I organlzo the first churches aiul Sun- day schools fn that community, llo. was a fallhTul member of tlie dlsL Episcopal church for slxty-threo years. Ifo leaves fivo ifaughterfi to, mourn bis Mrs. Harriet Hughes East Acton. Mass.; Mrs. Abhlf) llah-j cock, and Theodora Laoc; Moll, J N.D.; Mrs, Petroncllla Lust, Alia.. Mrs. Claudia Corey, Sweet j Grass. Mont., Hts wlfo passed au-ar' on Jan. 13, 1907, anrt ?lnco thai time] mi mm I output must nol exceed 001) Then Lloyd OoorRc broueht U down lo Thnt boor' will cost one ElilIKug per before long Is hcllevcd. he has lived with bis daughter, Mrs, Corey, fii 1909 they moved to Can-! atla, remaining there until 19H when I they moved lo Iholr prcacnt homo' near Sweet Grass, QNE-SEVENTKEN (From Our Own Correspondent) Onc-Soveateeu, March Bel- moul U. F A. held a splendid pat- riotic culorlalumenl tn ihc John Joo school on St. PHlrlok's nlglit, March 17. It was ivell attended and proved lo be one of the most successful at- fairs ever lield In the district. He- ginning Tvltli au entertainment aud en J ins with a dance, a box social be- Big Snap in Farm Land TWO SECTIONS STEAM PLOW PROPOSITIONS, SEV. EN MILES FROM LETH- BRIDGE, I MILE FROM R. R. STATION AND ELEVATOR. per acre ON TERMS. 960 ACRES, FENCED, ALL CAN BE CULTIVATED, FOUR MILES FROM LETHBRIOGE. acre Eajy terms. Will consider sell Ing In half sections. Lcok this up quick if you are hunting snaps. H. GALVIN LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1425, the coal mine, one mile east of Mr. and Mcs. D. C. Claude Brown aad family moved to The cast week lias worked won- the farm owned by Mr. Kinder, four ders in drying up ihe country, and the farmers are, getting reatlj- to go on the land at first chance. The implement dealers here are well stocked and nrc doing a fiootl busi- ness with the farmers. Dean and Harry ate pulling acres of Eummer tallow Into wheat iLis spring; there seems to be about ihe acreage this year' as last year. miles east of Coulls. Lulu Maradow reluraed irorn California Saturday. JIarch 21, to Mr. and. Mrs. Geo. Tboiapsoa. a boy. Helen Bruce left for her horae i Calgary Thursday. Helea Bruce her home i Calaary Thursday. Isaac Mantel sold his homestead near Masicasin recently. Miss Sproed is spending a few days in LelhbrMge. Jlr. and Mrs. Andrew Good are moving from J. A. Jochcm's'tarm lo Fred Linti's place. J. A. JocJiem is raovinj out lo his far-- in ''-is. I Her. will have a song andj preacuius service at Milk River day, April i, at 7-30 p.m. BOW ISLAM) (rYooi the Review) A maTrlage that has created con- siderable interest, la the Bow Island Slrathmore, A1U., on Sunday, March 11, Tchen Miss Gladys Benson, daugh- ter of H. Benson, of NighLiDgale, Alta., was united in the holy bonds of matrimony lo Mr. Lyle E. Connor, of Island. The marriage took place' In the pre-sence ol a few 1m- meillalo Irientis of the contracting parties, the Hev. Mr- Berrj- I tbe; r TABER (From The KDOI churcb honor roll was un- by Willard- It contains Darner and three have already the supreme sacrifice, Itobt- LOTG, Kenneth Finfllay and flrallon. B. K Bullock, manager of harden TariDing Co., Informs rimes that his comr-sny t'jls ywr kill-crop three tull seclicraf. Thev! purchased n larger engine wUh h io do the work. Secretary Giubb announces the re- leint of the following addittrnial Imounts to the Patriotic fund: tlcan Valley Coal Cc. employees, Roci Sprinxs Mine employees.! 30.50- A cheiue for was for-' rarded to the headquarters at Calgary Ihla making a total of SI4.69o.4Qj lo far contributed by the Tabor con-1 Illluency. Last week Constatlc Campbell had 111; first cases since a.isumins his iieiv duties as a memtcr of the r-olice force.. Tho first 1'ase T7as a charge IMA agilnst lilarasklnk o! stealing car slips lieflonging lo another raincr In Ihe llor-ls Snrinss mine. The defendant carcd before Magistrates I.ayton AVillarrt, anit -wag ?-5 and losls. This was Mayor Wlllard's firsi l.prearance on the bencb. The second was a charge laid by Mike Kro- kosh that he hart bron hftl.-I up on Frl- Kay night last near the Canada Eline. Sergt. Roberts was notified Tnd he immediately notified Constable I'ampbcll and they both got busy with result tiiat the offcndera were Irreslcd in Lelhbrldgc on Saturday aornfng. Tne prisoners, Tony Uar- Ifts and Frank Paglaro. were brought lo Taber and were accompanied by lorm Taylor. Thrs three appeared be- ore Magl5lralc iJlylon Salurdny af- ernoon snd weic sentenced to two bonlhs In gaol on tho charge of slcal- fcj n rn the C.P.R. Irora Taber Lcthbridje. REPAIRED We are welt equipped up lo date machinery and havt the expert workmen to do high grade work on all kinds of re- pairs to gas or steam engines.' Get your engine overhauled and put in good shape We repair al] kinds of machin- ery. Our deep well pump is built for conditions In Alberta. See it. G. KISCIIEL Lesee cf The Lethhriilqe Iron' Works. CLOSING-OUT AUCTION SALE I VVJLL SELL ON TUESDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1917 On 2JM2-22, West 4th, the following iiropevty, to wit: 29 HEAD OF span lirown Eelilings. 5 C year a iweliht 1 span roan, Geldings. 3 aoti 5 years oJd.-. welsht gray Eelillngs, 7 and S years old, wefgbt snail biy niares, 7 years old, welghL about 3200, In loali'l span'taj- an'r! nrown mares, 9 and 12 years old, weight about 25QO, in foal; 1 span brown geldings, 9 and 12 years weigh I about 2500; 1 span bay geldings, 9 and-10 yeari old, weight aliout 2600; 1 span tay and broWa geldings. 3 and 5.years old, weight about 2G50; 1 black gelding, 12 years olil, about 1300; 1 black mare. 10 years old. weight about 1250, iu foal; 1 brown mare, 12 years old, weight about 1350; 1 bay mare, 12 years old. weight about 1300, 1 sorrel colt, 1 year old; 4 black colts, 1 and 2 years old, mare and gEldlnEj.1 sorrel colt. 1 year old; 3 mules. eslra good milch cows, fresh and springer; 2 two year old heifers, springers; 11 head 01 yearling heifers; 3 yearling steers; 1 yearling bull. wagons with grain tanks, box and rack; 3 set o[ 4-section spring looth harrows; 3 binders, J. Deer and Jlasaey; t 3-battoin plow; ,2 gang plows; 1 lanrt roller; 2 press drill3. Van Brunt and Hoosier; 1 Rvain loader; 1 mower and rako; 2 sets of drag harrows; 2 double press drills, the kind (hat 3 inches apart, new; 1 Ford aiilo, Dearly new; -J disc harrows, in and out throw; 10 sets ol double work harness; Jbuggy and harness; some household and kitchen furniture, and many other articles too numerous to mention; elsa one Steul ilulc, bought Ihls spring, for sale, arid cattle, half cash, balance 1st October, 1917. 3 per cent- Lnlerest from date. 5 per cent, discount on credit .amounts. On other articles, sums of and under cash, over! that amount above terms apply. SALE TO START AT ONE P.M. SHARP. Come Early and Look the Goods Over. Frc- Lunch at Kaon. MRS, SIMPSON, Executrix ED. POPHAM, Auctioneer T. J. TASKER, Agent. AT AUCTION TUBS., April 3 At the Stock Yards, Lcthbridgc Absolute clean up of h 7 (Page) brand .horses, mares and B'lrf- Ings, comprising: 35 broke mares and gildings. 15 saddle Horses. 15 unbroke yearlinrji, 2'j and 3's FARM The above are being moved from Ihe 25 south of Msgralh to Lefr.brldge for convenience of sale. Sslc at 1.05 p.m. Ti'fl Ihe Red Line Street Car. GEO. 0. ROSS, Ovmcr. G. P. Djardortf Auctioneer MR. ROSS SAYS: 'SELL 'EM" LABOR L. L' Harlman, provincial government (Dept. of Ag- nculturc) for the distribution of farm tabor In the Lethbrldge District has taken otlices in the Board of Trade building, Utlh- brlrfas. OfMct Hours; Farmers Acquiring Help Should get In touch with Mr. Hartman at once and Farmers should stale wage? ana class of men required. Farm Laborers Requiring work will be directed if they will call si Ihe office. Prospective IlomcsccUci's Will Also receive information re- garding available homestcadi in the and be supplied with maps, literature, rates, by Mr, Hartman. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock Implements THERE WILL BE OFFERED BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOL- LOWING, ON THE N. W. OF SEC. 11-1023, Hi MILES EAST OF MONARCH AND 5 MILES NORTH WES', OF KIPP, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 30th, 1917 AT TEN O'CLOCK BHARP. frelrHnj, J years UOO Ibs.; 1 Bclllliig. 7 years olJ, 1300 Ibs.; I Editing. 7 years old, 1250 Ibs.; 1 mare, 8 years olil, 1300 Ills.; 1 mare, 3 rears old. 1300 Ibs.; 1 eeldlne, S rears old, 1180 Ibs.; 1 KclJIng, 3 years old, 1100 Iba.; 1 gelding, 3 years olil, 1200 Iba.; 1 geldlns, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 gelding, S years oltl, 120r> Ibs.; 1 gciilllis, 7 years old, 1200 163.; I driving pony; 1 saddlo rnii comfng I year oM. milch cows coming fresh; 2 2-jreir old hcitcra, com- ing Irei'j; 1 yearling hclfcr. SOTTS duo lo farrow In April. Decrlng tinders; 1 11-inch P. O. gang ,'vw: I l-'.nteraon sulky 1 P. t- O. disc plow; 1 Uecring cultivator; 2 disc harrows; 1 John Deere hsiy raVc; 1 16-inch disc Van DnmL press drill; 2 sccllon drag harrows; 1 Haln wagon; 1 OH Dominion wagon; 1 Chatham wagon with bundle rack; 1 democrat; 1 lop ljusgy. sots working harness; 1 sd democrat harness; 1 single driving harness; 1 aaiidlc. About 70 chickens; somo lumber; uncut 2 (ons ql ihlto potatoes; cooktng stove; 1 heater; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 fie [yival cream scrnrator; 1 organ; 1 sewing machine; 1 extension table; 1 kitchen table and chairs; all household gootfa nod dishes; 1 pump anrt water (rough. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer E. J. ENGLISH, Clerk. L. GELEYNSE, Monarch, Proprietor. TERMS CASH LUNCH WILL BE SERVEq AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On THURSDAY, MAR. 29th, at 1.30 p.m. AT 103 NINKTKKNTIl STKKKT NOHTIl W. L WILSON Auctioneer table and chairs; baby lifgh chair; commode; Unofeuml machine; baby bath; heater; 6-hole kitchen range, wllh warming clasel! coal oil heater; dozen fruit Jars; garden tools; dlihel" kitchen'utfinsllE .ind nianv kltch'en'utenslle and niany other article TERMS CASH. AV; L. Wilson, Auctioneer, Phone 1023 Have just placed au order wHU J. II. PAT- HICK SON, of l-'airlielrt Stoelc Fawn, Icrtoii, Ontario, foi1 Two Carloads of Choice Registered Shorthorn Bulls and Heifers .Which will arrive at COALDALE ABOUT MAY and will be on sale after date.' ANY INQUlnlES WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND.WILL ACCEPT ORDERS NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. SAMUEL SIDLES COALDALE, ALBERTA FARM IS SITUATED ONE MILE EAST AND TWO AND A HALF. i MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE STATION. Slerbina, 63332. Have Just-Imported from Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 rcrclici'ons, 1 Belgian and 1 French Draft JOLIMETZ 117417, Dark Grey, Foiled May 58, 1814, wetghl about UCO Its. RACINE 105157. Black, Foaled Miy B, 1914. about 1700 Ibs. DRILLIANT 61635. Black. Foaled June I, IMS, weight ,-toul ISO) LEAfJDER No. 109982. Grey. Foaled May 5, 1914. No. 11855S. Grey. Foiled March 20, 1914, weljht about nx> Its. No. 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1913, weight about 1EGO Ibs. No. 96124. Black. Foaltd June 7, 1912, welbht ibaut 2100 Ibs. No. Black. Foaled June 1910, weight about 1SOO Ibi. No. 67612 Black. Foaled June 4, Imported from France November 1S03. No. S30E8, Grey. Foaled April M, 1910. Imparted from France Aunust jgH, weight about Z2GO Ibi. Record No. 53362 Black, Foaled April 3, 1905. fmporled tram Frrnce 1907. MASTER DEXTER. Record No. 122525. Foaled June 24, 1914. KING COLE Draft Stallion Black. Record No. Foal- ed August 19H- Stallion. Roan. Record No. 9405. Foaled June 11, 1914, weight about 1505, Thcje stallions have been purchased'from one of the Urged breeders and Importer! on the American continent. They nave been bought worth the money and are priced to tell. also exchange for good farm hcraes. I'OR SALE AT TTIK LKTHBKIDGE SALE HARtf. H. 0. ROLLAG, OWNER ;