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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE nr.nM.n- MARCH 1017 brought on Slrons Dowlev to recover In a contract. Hacking and' Ulsliop l-ovl Hnrker ara MM In Calgary In con- nection wllli the Bhcep Interests o[ tho Tom Dudley' and llotert Hodees luve Jost returned from lags'1. I tbcy havo been ertniliue th? winter. Dolh report a deal ot snow nnd cold weather In iho south country. The Posthumous Victoria Cross Awarded to Compander Jones for Bravery, in Jutland Raltlc. 'Condon, March 27-Kor 'most con- Itplnioua liravery nnd rtc-TOtlon to in tho bnlllc ot Jutland. humous Victoria Cross Has (awarded Commander Lofius William Ijonos, The London Qazcile. In mak- line (lie announcement suites that Ihe Ifull facts nave only now been asm- Itainod which accounts for Ihe lone dc- Ihe distinction." The official report states that on the] tno co-operali Arrsupemeuls bave (lie exhibition hero or n special film broushl E. Cowcn, Canadian 'llie veto he rflpresFiualivo of ihe National lustl- tule (or Ihe Blind, who 13 conducting L Iloborl Patterson, Jlaclcod, nsked bow was the vote ol Hie Australians anJ ihal then! woulil bo Just (lie same illtfieuHj- nboul taking the veto uudcr present net as If Ihoso ai inn [rout bad an opportunity of voting In ibolr respective rljlnga Genre? 1'. Smltli, Cnnircse, called alloiltlon to Ihc staltinc.U of nil offic- er from t! thai only sometliliie over 100 out ul tt battalion of 1100 nail voted. IJut so far as tlio leglslatloi provided was concerned it did no matter two n-kcilicr 37.000 o: 37 men voieil. for the two member; who were elected would represent thi soldiers in Ibe house. ilr, Jloadley romarkc-J that If Hi olierl llorden bail apohen about II1.' no WBS not in favor of an the voles of Ilio soldiers nt the iron' of th May 31. 1916. Commander llones In Iho torpedo boil dcs'.royor Ifihark led a division of destroyers lo laltitrk the enemy tquadron. In Ihe course ol Mils allacK la shell hit Ihe Shark's bridge. Lho people, for Iho work of the Insti- tute. "St. Dunstin's (.which is one of iho many acUvhlcs of the National InstUulo for the mind) Is far away Lethbridge. and n-onls nra uoor, liell weak 10 describe Ibe wonder- snoruv Iho nmtn etigfne, living Ilio work llmt is done, snld Mr. Ithe !'.cariHE out of order, -cry shorlly afterward tnollu-r shell KILLED I Ottumvva, Iowa, Mar. ere killed and one fatally ijured when n IJurlluKlon passenger[ rain alruck on automobile near tha Jexter Wulilng Machine comuanr'i at hVlrllold, near liero today, Tho killed and Injured wore, car- enters en roulo to their lunch. Tho .river of tho car was unhurt tavo for few scratches. I An olehl-nour clock Is Iho Invention of a Cnllforjllan. IcUem on tho dial that clinncu Indicating Ilio three palll Into which lie would divide u day. NorlolV, Vn., Jlareh Unllcil Sljtes district court lioro loday on or- der of Ihu Blipreme courl turned iho ii'lzo slvll1 to Kloyil Hughes, rovrosejitlnp Iba Urttlpb-Ain- orlcnn Navigation company, owners ol Ilia vessel prior to lier cap- ture by tho Germans. Wlml disposi- tion Ilio oivnora uiako ol tlio Ap- Ottawa, Ont.. Murcli Hon. Dr. Reid visited Ilrltisli Columbia last j.jm Is known. he made Ihe ftnuouncement Hint If iiosslblo Ihe Bovcrumcnl would orilcr tho construction In llritlsh Col- court ordored Dial the o( Ilic falo of Iho corgo, bo to tho Kngllsh owners. Tho UIIK.-I ILIU UW11BLI lltllull III Illliui. k--- V. u Tl I rtll 111 n.l fl urabla of two vessels to Imdo licin-ccn monoy la u Norfolk HIIII lllcumoim nnd Pacinc porls. N'esotln- nnnks. Iho unsold portion encl ino con In u[ Iho rEo, of oro, IB ordered ro- MINERS Work Hard Shutolf from and fresh air, the blood becomes ilifn and brings rheumatism or other sickness. 'flieoil-rooaliL SCOTT'S EMULSION hi Nature's building Ionic to keep Iho Ltood tlch, fortify Ihe lungs, refresh Hie -f. t whole scorrsEMULstoN AUCTION SALE eovernu'.ciu was to do wual was hu support o! E0 nose over SCTS might receive Iho franchise as they were at home. The member to Okoioks aald ho would loot with co tempi on every moil who did not Bit'Cj Iho soldier his vole. lion. J. H. Doyle salil It must be un- derstood that Ihe opposition more concerned wllh v.'liat political atlvnnlngo Iliev mlslil pel out ol the yards company of Vancouver for ono tn vessel 225 feet long. 45 feet beam e.a with a freight capacity of tons. Tills vessel will cost In tho neighbor- j liood of and 1-j lo be delivered latlons liavo been In progress (or n similar vessel to be bulk In Victoria, but they are not complete. lion. Or. nnd saya every effort will bo made to obtain another vessel so that In ten or twelve months the Iwo ho on the route becwen Canadian and Pacific ports u-itb A view as well as y Icrulsers and destroyers at short range., lido crew of the midship sun was re- ,e Iduccd to three, of whom one ys soon a t Ibadly wounded In the leg. A tew mm- hc] Euprort Io He cause 1 repre- lules later Commander Jones was lit _atd jjr "Ilui cvon those a shell which'took on his leg above hlTe bfm ;0 generous already -U he lo_ _give, ,Q layjle to see thl. bc_ Lethbridge est and are the cause 1 renre- prtved citizens o! Alberts ot their rights. If the scheme proposed were the only feasible way of having The soldiers record Ihelr votes then they should bo given a larger represeula- tlon than two membere. Guarantees Hall Loans Hon. 0. R. Mitchell, provincial trea- 1W Ml cost, ill vvllli Iho REPAIRED We are well'equipped with up to date machinery and have the expert workmen- to do high, grade work on nil kinds of re- pairs lo gas or steam engines. Get your englno overhauled and put In flood shape early. We repair all kinds of machin- ery. Our deep well pump Is built for conditions In Alberta. See It. G. KISCIIEL Lesce of The Lelhbridge Iron orses AT AUCTION f.pril 3 At (hc-tSlock Ysirils, ,_rders to'llieguu's crew while a stok- jj jt will slanil as, Jer improvised a tourniquet around his k, 0, the surer, gavc notice that he would move llhlEb. Noiicmg that the ensign was; prooi tnai uicy u _ Inot properly hoisted he save orders I mother be raised. I Soan altenvard seelns that the snip mveslnienis the house Inlo commlltee on Thursday [hem.i Thc nlm win be to consider a resolution for an act to hon-n at Ihe Majestic Theatre on provido for Hi a by the province of certain borrowings of the Soan aftenvard seems mat me snip t t 3 -m province of certain borrowings ot me ,'could not lasl much longer and that a _ been cjade for a musicai. hail Insurance board bf Albcrla re- Gorman destroyer was cloElug In, ha; connection with the eshl- suecllns.lbe preseil Indebtedness of gave ordera for the surviving members j lot the crew to tint on lifebelts Al- Lost Immediately afler iiving this or- "icl1 Ider the Shark was struck nr a torpedo land sanfc. "Commander stal- led Ihe report in conclusion, "nnror-i Itunaloly was not among the iew sur-j i'rom the Shart who were pick- led up by a neutral vessel in the nlsht." Big I. Associa lions Hold a Compclilion. illtn Tho chair will" bs. the board occasioned through eices- Worship Mayor Hardlc. Eive hall losses. Game Act The hill amending Ihe game act which was reported out of committee. of the whole prorides a season for antelope until 1925 and for prairie chicken and partridge (or one year and provides that no more than 30 ducts he killed in one uay and not more than 200 in the season. Hon. Duncan liar- shall explained that the object of this amendment was lo get after Ihose who made a business oul of the slaughter- bUI amending the wolf bounty amcliacci ia coaimillee to Gas Tractor Owners Arc your cylinders worn or scored. We can rc'borc them and lit them with new pistons and leak proof rings. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 FIRST AVE. S. PHONE 1732 Absolute clean up of h.7 (Page) brand horses', mares and ojeld- Ings, comprising: 35 broke mares and geldlnga. saddle horscs- 15 unhr'ohe 'y'earllnos, 2's and 3's Farm Stock and Implements On Friday, March 30tl Commencing at One o'clock ON SEC. 2-5-23, 2 MILES EAST AND MILES NORTH OF SPRING COULEE. The following: 1 Iron grey fltlc Ing, 3ge 7 years, weight 1400; sorrel gelding, age 4 years, weigh 1-100; 1 dark grey gelding age yearEj weight 1400; 2 age 8 and 9 years, weight 2500; 2 sorrel geldings, age U and 12, weight 2400; 1 gelding, age 10 years, weight 1100; 1 bay Qtldlrg. aged, weight 1500; 1 buckskin saJdlo pony, weight 1000; t large red cow, milking; 1 white and red cow, 3 years old; also a few turk- eys. Farm Implements: 6 good bundle racks; 1 cook car, 10x2-4, with trucks; 1 18-dlsc HoosEer press drill good as new! 2 Cocks hull gang in good order; 1 16-fool Massey Morris 'packer) In good order; 1 CockshuU disc harrow; I McCormlck binder, B fool cut, In Qocri order; 1 Massey Hjrris bind- er, 8 foot cul, In'good order; 1 Dcerlng binder, 8 foot In good order; 1 set Harrows, 10 Toot; 4 sets of good work harness) 2 stacks of oood oat straw and many other, articles, 10'or 15 Store Hog weighing about 125 Ibs. each may be sold also. Mr.. Millar Is .leaving Spring Coulee and everything will be sold The above are being, moved from the ranch. 25 miles south of Magrath lo Lelhbrldge for onVenlcncc .of sale. Sale at 1.05 p.m. Take the Red Line Street Car. GEO. G. ROSS, Owner. G. P. Deardorlf 1 Auctioneer MFl. ROSS SAYS: "SELL "EM" TERMS CASH. LUNCH AT NOON HENRY W. L. Wilson Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer LETHBFUDGE HEAD OFFICE DOMINION BLK Mar 28 (7.55 BrltlBb transport Tyndareus was to r- fj'rom Our CorreSDonaeBll liar. Town a drama staged by Ibe Imiitual assoclaUoos to raise funds for llbe Red Cross, piovea one ot Ibe besl of the season. Mayor Ben- Inlon played lie leading role In splen- Idld fashion. Ha was ably assisted by John T Stcele C3 Ilr. Jamieson, land J .H. Bridge as Mr. Hartley.- Verda Turner handled a dil- ticult lead wilh ease. Richard I.flomer IBS liey, a Jew, es a beginner, did Izatlsfactory Fork, while Miss Edith ICook. ss the maid, acquitted herself; IviLh honor. Arson Brid.ee. as the llerapesluous old iarjner in love with Miss Laura Ilirie, In the role jtary Anne, a blus'uing maid ot Iclityi however, did the best work ol lice evening. These Iwo developed Ithcir scenes In dramatic order an-1 [easily did the tesl work of Ibe I Tho Red Cross realized S1SO out lor the entertainment and President Inndshaw Is now in a position to i Ibe needy work ot bis organlza- Itlon harder than ever. 5Ir. Drac- lehaw states that the demands tor Cross ariicics ia constantly ig, and this Is particularly true lot the major articles such as con- Ivalescent sulta, shirts, etc. The society meets every Thursday IllL the town hall and an nnusual: lemount ot work Is being turned uut.j IA large supply ot yarn has Just received. This will at once be. dls-1 llrlnulcd lo Ihe school children, and 1 Bocks will agala be Hying through the lair, Interesting Contest The Raymond Second Ward Mu- llual association last night tried con- elusions with the Magrath organiza- and won out In department of the work. The story telling con-1 with Mrs. Florence Mercer and] Roxic Robins entered resulted! Jin a win for Ihe latter. The ladies', quartette also proved easy Ings for the visitors. The J eralb ladles undoubtedly had rjie; better voices but lack of training riraved their Waterloo. Thc boys' Icnonis was exceptionally good in both' litslances, but as they were trained l Iwo different pieces-en, award was .ade. Bishop Kvans. ot Itaymond. Iwas in attendance anil Is lo be con- Igratulated on the success of his Corkers. Veslerday'3 terrific pile lup Chris. Christen'ion's blacksrailh which was rapidly noarlng com- Iplelion nt Ihc time. Mr. L'lirijlcnieri's lehop S? one of the largest ot ill ktn'l In Albcrla and while It will Ihc quickly rebuilt much lumber and I labor have been lost. Frc! W. Karrcn is a Calgary visi- tor today. Mr. Karrcn was sum- Ipioncd as a witness in a grain case was on board and. says the statement, I------- "upheld army tradition." The ship' was saved. The torpedoing occurred near the spot where the troop ship Btrkenhead was lost in 1S52. King George eipresscd his admiration to all ranks for the manner in which they upheld the cherished traditions of the Dtrkenhead. i Notice to Farmers! supplied you witli help in the full of 191G and several years be- fore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE 4 CALGARY OFFICES. Send in your orders now. AVc have tho men. PHOHE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHBRIDGE, M4455, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARY FARM LABOR Horse Show Auction Sale of 500 Eulls L. L. Hartman, provincial government agent (Oept. of Ag- riculture) for the distribution of farm labor in the Lethhridge District has laken offices In the Board of Trade building, Leln- brldge. Office Hours: Farmers Requiring' nclp Should get in touch with Mr. Harlman at onct and Farmers should state wages and class of men required. Farm Laborers Requiring work will be directed i; ihcj call al the office. Prospective IlonicsccUers Will also receive infor.-nalion re- garding available homesteads i the province and be supplied with maps, literature, rates, etc., I by Mr. Hartman. 92 Shorthorns, 1G8. Herefords, "42 Aberdeen Angus, 7 Galloways, 1 Keel Polled. SPECIAL FEATURES AT THE HORSE SHOW SUCH AS JUMPING COMPETITIONS. TENT PEGGING, PUSH DALL COMPETITION AND ALBERTA'S NEW BULL. Calgary5 10th to 13 JUDGING STARTS APRIL 10. SALE MORNING OF APRIL 11 Singe Fart for Return Transportation from Alberta Points. Freight Paid on Bulls Bought to Nearest Station for Nominal Fee) Send for Catalogue to E. L. RICHARDSON, Secretary, Alberta Live Stock Associations, AVERY TRACTORS Possess AVERY QUALITY ALL EXPERIENCED THRESHERFrlEN AND PLOWMEN RECOG- IIIZE "AVERY" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER- FORUANCF. rfr- Trrctor to Til -very size [arm. Avery Oil Tractors are equipped with double carburetor and they Durrt Ki.-oc-ni: psrfcctly. Avery Trr.clors ccsl lo less to run. Prices and terms arj righl. Let us give you Tractors demonstrated rvcry day at our Warehouse, McMAHON MACHINE Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALOERTA luctian Sale .OF Farm Stock Implements On Saturday, March 31st AT ONE O'CLOCK AT SPUING COULHK The following: 1 team of bay marcs, age 3 and 9, weight 2EOO; 1 black gcrding, age 4 years, welflhl 1200; 1 hay mare in foal, age 4 years, weight 1200; 4 colls coming 2 years old; 1 colt, weight 1100; 3 1-year old colls; 3 sets of goad work harness; 2 wagons; 1 Massey Harris Binder In good shape; 1 gas tnglne; 1 1017 Ford auto; 1 6-hole McClary RanQs with hight ctostt; 1 kltchtn cabinet; 24 pure bred While Orpington chtokens; aho 6 pure bred roosters. at Ihe same time I will offer for eale 1 span of black mares, 4 and 6 years old, weight 2900, W. L. Wilson rarm Sale and Live Slock Auctioneer TERMS CASH BOY H. HATSON Owner Lelhbridge Stcrblna, 53362. Have Just Imported Ii-oni Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 Pert-herons, 1 Belgian -ami 1 French "Draft JOLIMETZ i.li.-No. 117417, Grey, Foakd May. 28, 1014, Wel3ht 105157. Black, Fooled May 8, HM. weight BRILUANT'rU'cOHD.-No. HS35. Black. Foakd Jure 8, 1MB, wrl.ht 102710. Iron Grey. Foaled April 23, 1913, weljhl o. 96121. Black. Foaled June 7, 1312, welbhl aboul rJ No. 73053. Black. Foaled June 23, 1310, welohl No. 57612 Foaled June 4, IHC. Foaled April Imported from Au0usl 1911, aboul 220C I Ibs No. 53352 Black, Foaltd Apnl 3, 1905. No. 122025. Foaled June 24, 1514. COLE M -rench DraH Stallion Black. Record No. 28612. Foal- IMorRoan. Record No. 9105. Foaled June 11, 1914, waiqhl about Those ttJllions havs purchastd from one o( lh: larfltst breeders and importers on Ihe American continent. They have been bou0Sl worth the money and are priced to sell. Will also exchanse for good farm horses. I'OK SALE AT TIIK LETIIBKIBGE SALE UARN. H- O. ROLLAG, ;