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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAllCH 29, 191G THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY R^SRALD PAGE FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Hhii' llihhoii. Ilii' iiiinu" yi^-nUh'H (ill IliJil is l)i-sl. Al-sviiys iisk 1(11' Blue Hiljhoii I'.oIVl'c, liiilcin^ in McCAUI, STIiEET, TORONTO (11) CANADIAN PAYMASTER COMMITS SUICIDE IN ENGLAND London, March 27.--A verdict of 'suicide while temporarily insiuie" was returned today at tho infiuost at Bramshott on Captain Arthur I.iionel Griffin, paymaster ot the Third Divisional (training) Army Service corps, who was found dead In bod with a revolver grasped In both IuiiuIk and a Imllot wound through his head. Capt. '\V. 0. Arnold said tho do-coased ollicer, who was thirty-four yours old, urilved from Canada on March 13. Ho had hon downcast aud melancholy over sinc6 he camo, but hia brother otllceia had boon unable to discover any reason tor his disoon-Bolate attltudo. Lord Robert Cecil, tho new British Cabinet MiniBtor, has boon one ot the siieeossea of ihe wur. Ho )h hardworking courteous, and untraminellod by doparlmdnta! ruIoH nnd coiivuji-tious. Hu guards himself against tho dangcrH and IncUmieneies ot tho For-eigii Orflee by always wonriiiu two wnlstcuatH, SWEEPING AUCTION SALE E. C. PECK HAS INSTRUCTED ED. POPHAM TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, POULTRY & FARM MACHINERY Oil East Half 10-12-23, One Mile South and One Mile East of Barons On SATURDAY, APRIL 1st, '16 COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. TWENTY HEAD OF HORSES-1 gi-ay mare, 4 years old, weight about 1350; 1 gray mare, 1 years old, weight about 1250; 1 gray marc, 3 years old, weight about 1200; 1 gray mare, li years old, weight about 1200; 1 gray mare, 2 years old, weight about 1000; 1 buckskin mare, 3 years old, weight about 1200; 1 black mare, 3 years old, -tvelght about 1400; 1 bay mare, 4 years old, weight about 1200; 1 bay mare, 3 years old, weight about 1130; 1 black yearling mare; 1 hay gelding, S years old, weight aboijt 1400; 1 bay gelding, 10 years old, weight about 1350; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weight about 1300; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weight about 1200; 2 brown gelding-s, 12 years old, weight about 1350; 2 brown geldings, S years old, weight about 1200; 2 bay horse colts, 2 years old. CATTLE-I Ayrshire cow, 7 years old, fresh; 2 two-year-old heifers, fresh; 1 lieifer throe years old, in calf; 3 suckling calves; 1 yearling steer. HOGS-4 Berkshire sows in pig; 12 fall shoals; 8 large shoats. POULTRY-75 chickens; 4 bronze turkeys; 1 bronze gobler; 2 Toulou.se geese; 2 Toulouse ganders. FARM MACHINERY, WAGONS, HARNESS, ETC.-1 Van Brunt press drill, 18 shoe; 2 Deering binders; Deerlng mowei^-five section set-wood harness aud cart; In-throw and out-throw Disc; Emerson Gang Plow, stubble and breaker bottoms; Massey-Harrls breaker plow; potato digger; seed treating machine; horse rake; li^alrbanks-Morse 4 h.p, gasoline engine; 10 barrel water tauk and wagon-truck and hose complete; 2 seated surrey; 1 single buggy; '> hay rakes; 3 sets britchen worli harness; 3 sets field work harness; 1 set light driving lianiess; 1 single driving harness; collars, pads, etc; tools of all descriptions such as post liole diggers, saws, hammers, bits, etc, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-Solid mahogany green velour davenport; ffuartorsawed oak library table; quarter-sawed oak combination book case and deslc; quarter-sawed oak princess dro.sser; quarter-sawed oak cheftonler; quarter-sawed oak commode; extension tablu, 5 leaves; (1 dining chairs; 2 mission leather chairs; 2 wljlte enamel chairs; G kitchen chairs; sea grass center table; sea grass arm chair; sea grass rocker; WesteVn Treasure range, six holes with reservoir; white enamel refrigerator; 1 brass bedstead, box springs, mattress; 2 white enamel beds complete; snnitai-y couch mattress; complete set porch furniture; Imported tapestry portieres. Excel wash'ing machine; churns and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. .A.11 sums over that amount i/i cash. Credit will be given on balance to Oct. Ist, 191(1, upon pur-(.'hnser furnishing approved notes' bearing 8% Interest. Discount ot 10% will he allowed tor cash on credit amounts, All purchases lo he settled for on promises. E. C. PECK, OWNER, J. BLACKWOOD, CLERK. ED. POPHAM, AUCTIONEER. CATALOGUE OF ~HE VERY SUPERIOR Household Furniture And Effects TJie Property of Mrs. T. A. Underwood TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE BY FRANK WADDINGTQN ON THE PREMISES 1121 4th Avenue, South On FRIDAY Next, MARCH 31st COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING DEN-Solid oak office desk. Mission style; Mission Oak lounge 111 leather, sectional book cases, Misson Oak; massive rocker In .solid leather; fumed oak rocker in solid leathor, leather seated arm chair, Mission Oak combination card table and smokers' cabinet; small Mellnk safe; copper hearth suite; brass reading lamp; genuine Wilton Piio rug; pictures, etc. HALL-Beautiful grandfather's clock In Mission Oak case; hall rugs; velour portiere curtains, pair htonio figures, "Tho Harvesters"; pictures and sundries. DRAWING ROOM-Two pairs excellent quality blue velour curtains; very heavy fumed oak library table, solid mahogany mu-.slc cabinet, mahogany suite, comprising settee and lady's and gents' rockers; handsome leather easy chair; mahogany China cabinet with bevelled mirror, PIANOFORTE by MASON & RISCH, mahogany case; large jardiniere and pedestal; brass drawing room clock, valuable water color drawing and oil painting by eminent artists; electric lamp; brass Jardiniere, Pile carpet, etc. it DINING ROOM-Elegant dining snit?in fumed oak. comprising set heavy dining chairs; extending dining table; buffet and dinner wagon; fumed oak secretaire; genuine Axminator rug; pictures, etc. BEDROOM NO. 1-White enamelled dresser, two bedroom chairs In white enamel; single bed, spring aud Ostermoor mattress, carpet, etc, BEDROOM NO. 2.-Large wardrobe with mirrored front; handsome bedroom suite in Bird's Eye Maple, comprising cheffonler, large dresser with oval mirror, bed complete with springs and Ostermoor mattress, chair, rocker and pedestal cupboard, bedroom carpet. BEDROOM NO. 3-Solid brass bed fitted with Oatermoor box springs and wool overlay, ClrcaBsIan walnut dresser and cheffonler 10 match, bedroom carpet. BEDROOM NO. 4-Solid brass bed, satin finish, with springs and Ostermoor mattress, solid oak dresser with oval mirror, carpet, chairs, pictures, etc. ATTIC-White enamel bod, springs and Ostermoor inattress, oak dresser, curtain stretchers, chairs, three comforters, wlilte enamel mirror, pair mounted heads, Savage rifle ,303 In leather cn.se, remington .22 magazine rifle and sundiles. KITCHEN and Outdoor Effects Include:-"The Best" Hygienic refrigerator, large quantity of glassware, Ice cream freezer, wringing machine, vacuum cleaner, kitchen utonsUs, lawn niower, hammock lounge, aud many other iweful Items. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE The auotlQneer desires to call particular attention to this Important sale. The excellent quality of the goods to be sold presents a rare opportunity to parties requiring high grade furniture. GOODS ON VIEW TOMORROW (THURSDAY) PROM 11 TO 4 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED. AUCTION SALE At tile Letlibridge Hale and Feed Barn Saturday April 1st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 Team of matched black geldings, 7 years old, 2700 lbs,; 1 team of matched bay geldings, four years old, 2G00 lbs,; X gray gelding, II years old, 1000 lbs;; 1 bay gelding, 6 years old, 1600 lbs,; 1 black gelding, S years old, IpOO. lbs.; I team ot matched geldings, 7 and 8 years old, 2700 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, 1300 lbs,; 1 bay gelding, 4 years old IBOO lbs,; 1 bay nmre, B years old, 1100 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 driving team o� ponies, 6 and 7 years old; I thoroughbred running horse, G years old, has woit Bomo races; 1 steel grey Porcheron stallion, 2 years old, sired by an iniported registered stallion, 1900 lbs. IMPLEMENTS-2 lumber wagouB and boxe,?; 2 democrat wa-goim; 2 single buggies; 3 sols ot single harness;! sot of heavy aUkj(lo delivery harnoBs, nearly new; (1 choice dairy cows, IMO leot of oak plank of different sizes and different longth,s, TERMS CASH, . J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. UNBESEBVEI) AUCTION SALE J. A. SMITH HAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. H. TARRY TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 31st AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING, AT THE OLD DALLAS FARM, 4 MILES EAST OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HORSES-1 Team ot geldings, 5 and � years old, weight 1300 lbs.; 1 team ot geldings, 8 aud 9 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 gelding, 8 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 golding, 7 years old. 1200 lbs. CATTLE_S Steers, 3 years old, 1200 lbs.; 2 cows In calf; 1 cow with calf at foot. HOGS-G Berkshire brood sows, due to farrow lu month of May; 10 store hog.s, 125 lbs. FOWL-100 Fowls, mostly pure bred fowl, some Black Minor- / ciLs, some Brown Leghorns, some White Leghorns, aud some Ba;rred ( Rock. ' IMPLEMENTS-1 Deoriug binder, nearly new; 1 Alassoy-Harris 16 hoe drill,' with grass Beedqr attachment; 1 sulky plow; 2 walking plows; 1 sot of iron harrows; 1 turnip pulper; 1 new 4-rowed potato sprayer; 1 lime wart sprayer; 2 now Hoover potato diggers; 1 land packer; 1 set of weigh scales, 2000 lbs.; 1 200 egg incubator and brooder; 2 cultivators; 1 hay rake; 1 express wagon, 1 democrat wagon; 60 rods of hog wire; X cream separator, nearly new; 1 churn; shovels; spades; 1 single buggy; forks; 4 sets of team harness, 40 tons Of seed potatoes; 2 hives ot besa. FURNITURE-1 l^argo cook range; 2 hoaler stoves; 4 largo H.\tonslon tablos; 10 bedsteads, springs and mattresses; 1 set of wicker chairs ot G; 1 roll top writing desk and chair; 1 Ico rofrlg- . orator; also a qutuitity ot bedding; 4 dressers; 8 kitchen and 6 : dining chairs; a large quantity ot cooking utensils. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON MRS. H. TARBY, Proprietress. J, A. SMITH, Auctioneer. I 17 31384? ;