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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, MARCH-30,1918 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN FOR LETHBRIDGE in 1'rosidont Marnoch of^tiie Board dfc 'I'rado Is leaving Saturday lor Nelson �tii- attend tin oxocutlvo mooting of Iho Western Canada Irrigation associo- Ion of which tm Is vice-president. Tlio annual mooting was hold Inst year nt Maple Creek, tho custom being to hold thoHo. aniniiil meetings first ol ono-sldo of tho Rockies anil 'then nt tlio othor. Tho mooting this yoar Is to lio held at fJelhon. -, Tho report of tho meeting atMaplp Crook la now issued'Jand copies' jnuy lio had at tho hoard of triulo. rooms. Tho report contains Mr, Mornoch's nddresB to tho gathering last summer on more and hotter water for our^ fnrms. Tho last Irrigation .'association .convention to" 'bo-hold lit I.othbHdgowaH in 11)13. ('resident Marnoch sjatos that If sufficient Interest-in the mutton is manifested It might be posslblo Id porBiindo tho association to hold Its 1919 convention in Lethbridge. Cor-ta'inly. ho says, there Is no district In W'oytorn Canada In which tho farmers can see greater possibilities ahead for tho further uso of Irrigation. Tlio C.P.tt. irrigated lands in tho district, 120,001) acrea nro now all sold mid. aro being filled up this year by experienced irrigation farmers, many nt them from Idaho and California Irrigated tracts. Tho extension of tho C.l'.n. system to. 170,000 acres around boon In Finland for several *  days, 1b reported to bo return- *  ing to Petrograd and planning >  to endeavor to loavo Russia by ?  vices front Petrograd toll of * 4> famino and pestilence thoro. �> > * : :., . i The wlivldlug: lino between th sections into which tlio provitice:iJaif been dlvidod is tliu North Saskatchewan wl�h tho exception of thftcoristl-. tuency of St. Albert, and pants of the ridings of Lac Ste. Anno, Sturgeon, Stony Plain and Pembina. In the section to which the. act will ap"ply a vote will be taken at the next municipal elections, and if 45 districts voto for tho proposition It will go Into effect,--but after that it any individual wishes to withdraw he. can do so by notifying tho secretary .of hlB municipal district. If no notification Is received lie. remains in tho Bchemo. son why it cannot he. manufactured hero. Malt vinegar and elder vinegar will both bo manufactured, the raw material for the hitler product being available In the apple growing districts of Ilrlltsh Columbia. Tho remainder of tho brewery plant will be used for the manufacture of .tempoi-anee beer and other temperance' drinks. Tho demand for temperance hoqr has boon very heavy this spring; Inst-w8Bk more than five carloads' being shipped. It is believed the demand witKbe even greater when tho importation of Honor und malt beverages of the old standard'In prohibited as will bo the ease after tomorrow. Tbe'local brewery Is In,tho position of being Sold out of the prohibited product before the strict prohibition ora arrives. Today, and in fact every day this wook. 'the ftomf&ion K'xpnmn Co., here has'boon overtajtert trying lo'copo with the rush.of business on the part of DEATH PENALTY Washington, March SO.-Tho death penalty for many acts of espionage will ho proposed (n legislation to he brought before congress, Senator Overman, of North Carolina, active head of the senate Judiciary committee said today after hearing testimony of several government agents In charge of nnti-spy Work. , those who ate planning against the future by Importing the mnxlmu'm amount allowed under the law. A thousand parcels a day is not the record; rather it Is tho average. However lifter April 1st thci-o will be no more Importations. From tlio Pacific const, right down to Quebec it. will "be Impossible to buy, sell or import liquor In any quantih'. The thirBly one will have to go to Montana hereafter, and that requires a passport. GRASSY LAKE PROPRIETOR LOCAL Was Caught Distributing Real Bracers and Police Raided His Bar"" ' Incidents of the last days before tho bone-dry law goes into effect are being enacted in the police court these days. - One of these was tho outcome of a little gamo.playod'"by a local'bar, proprietor who introduced some of tho real wet goods during, the/week. Tho news of tho real goods spread so rapidly, and the buslnoss being done was so rouiinlscent of tho palmy days before July 1st, 1910, that the city police smelt a rat and at tho height-of tho Jollity on Thursday evening, Chief Hardy, .Detective Wallis and Sergt. Bowkori staged a .little raid. They confiscated a double-barrelled assignment of thirst quencher. ,T,  Woexlblr'd nppbored beforo Magistrate Elton in tho police court on Good Friday morning and donated $100 and coBts to tlio public funds for the thriving business ho had built up during the week. \; This morning Alfy Ferguson, who was found by tho A.'P. P. to have more than the allotted consignment in his cellar appeared and contributed $10 e.nd costs. ) WILL' SETTLE STRIKE (From Our Own Correspondent) Grassy Lako, March 25.-The trains were very much delayed Monday and ^uesday, owing to washouts on the track on both sides of us. Tuesday we we were almost without mail, no .train from tho east, till 7.3o in the evening and the night trains wore cancelled entirely, but the track was soon repaired and trains are on schedule again. "Mrs. J. H. Watson went to Coal-hurst Wednesday to visjt friends and returned Saturday. ..,'�' Miss Gcorgle Wink of Glenurin, Sask., passed through here on Wednesday aud visited with Mrs. Scott, onroute to Altorado to visit her brother. M. .W. Wink and family. Mrs. Logan left Thursday to visit her sister in Winyard, Sask. Mrs. Percival of Coalhurst it viBlt-ing Mrs. J. H. Watson. The warm winds of the last week havo dried up the ground aud u few of our farmers are already on the land. Tho ladios of tho Ited Cross have worked faithfully during tho winter months. Below we give an outline of the work. Articles made, and sent away:- 9 "dozen cotton binders, 1 dozen 'many-tailed bandages, 40 pairs operation socks, 14 dozen pillow cases ending today show a healthy the city,' They have passed His $3,000;()00, mark again, " 4 II? climbing each week during #> the month it la likely that the 4> Api'H flguros will be still in part responsible for tho,;iu-croase.; iTho fieures for"* March wero $3,253,870 as 'against ?2,-' 967,697 for tho corresponding 4 'month a year ago/ an Increase >> of nine per cent.". 2 TUESDAY NEXT/ APRIL 2,1918 . COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. ON THE PREMISES, 508 FIFTH AVE. S. - FRANK WADDINGTOR INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE n | AND EFFECTS'INCLUDING:: Round solid oak oxtondlng dining table; set solid oak dining ' chairs;^massive solid oak sideboard;, oak eecretalre; very fine quartor cut onk china cabinet; solid oak'rocker; solid oak morris chair; large rocker upholstered .in crimson lelKher; mission oak-rocker; lounge; quarter cut oak pedestal music sHnd; oak dresser �with oval mirror; beautiful brass bod with col} springs awl felt mattross;'several small rugs and mats; carpet squares and good quality carpeting; Hall Safe; 3-burner "New Perfection" oil stove with oven; "Superior Favorite" range In splendid,order; quantity' of linoleums; kitchen chairs;_washing machine and wringer; large oak hall stand with oval mirror; oak side tables; oak drosaers and standsrfcbeds, sprlngB and matti^'ssos; toilet yrure*,' blankets;,quilts�.' pillows; klteiieh utensils; pictures; glasB ware; also one democrat; about;30 chickens including single comb Brown Leghorns, Butt Orpingtons, etc.; chicken coop 10x10; set of chairspWAGON AND HARNESS, and 1 * SIX GOOD WORK HORSES /5 1200 to! 1400 lbs. Sound ajid willing workers. Achane* to secure a few good usefuPhorses.V ^' 1 PROMPT START AT, 10.30 TERMS CASH , AUCTIONEER'S PHONE3h770-4�9 "WADDINGTON 8ELL8 WITHOUT RESERVE" MARES AND GELDINGS I will sell by Public Auction at the farm of Geo. Firth, N. E. 15-8, 3 miles west and 3 miles south of Lethbridge, 7 miles south of Coalhurst, on Friday, April 5th AT 12:30 SHARP ' 21 HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS 4 AND 5 YEARS OLD, ALL BROKE, AND READY FOR WORK, WEIGHT 1200 TO 1400 LBS. TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN AT TIME OF SALE. / FREE LUNCH L. I. NICHOLSON, Lethbridge, Auctioneer; CHAS. CRAGER, Prop. An appropriation of 11,193,125, as an additional contribution to the Urlt-l.ih Hed Cross, was announced by'the war council of the American Ilnd Cross at New York. The orlg'.nal contribution to the British Ited Cross, amounting to nearly a million dollurs, was made last October. Col. McKnlvey Boll, of Ottawa, who has been tho ntedicnl officer in charge of tho Halifax- military dls-. trlct has been appointed chief med�, ieal officer of all tlio military hospitals in Canada. Col. Hell did duty In ono of Iho Canadian hospitals in Franco onrly In tho war. j llov. A. 13, Thornloc, formerly of Toronto, was Inducted Into the pastorate of St. Thomas Presbyterian Church. * AUCTION SALE ON THE FARM OF N. BROHMAN, E. 18-8-20, W. 4TH, 7 MILES SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE, 4 MILE N.W. OF f; - WILSON SIDING . r ' Tuesday April 2, 1918 30-HORSES-30 1 bay team, 5 and 6 years old, weight ,2400, broke; 1 team, mare and gelding, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2700, broke; 1 black mare, 7 years old, weight 1200, broko; 1 brownimare, 6 years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 grey mare, 5 years old, weight 1200, broke; 1 toam mores, 10 years!did, wojght 2400, broke; 1 grey gelding, 4 years old, weight 1100, broke; 1 groy gelding, 6 years did, weight 1300, broke; 1 saddle'horse, 3 years old, weight 1100; 1 team black mares, weight 2600, age 5 and 6; 4 4-year old mares, halter, broke; 3 mares,' 2 years old; 2 2-year old geldings; 6 yearlings; 1 Grade Percheron Stallion, weight 1600. . CATTLE-3 milk ,cows, heavy In calf; 15 'cows and Miters, ^ some with calves at foot. : \ > _ IMPLEMENTS-10-20 Case tractor with reserve bid; 3-bottom Rock Island gang pfow, 2 breaker bottoms; 1 20-35 FarOlghar thresher; 1. set discs, in and out throw, 8 tt.; 1 large size forge and blower;'l oil drum; 2 wagons with grain tanks; 1 wagon'with rack; 1 new grain tank; 1 duckfoot'cultivator, 10 foot; 1 Emerson mower, now; 1 3-sectlon lever harrow; 2 sets of harness; 2 incubators. In good working order; 1 30-gallon feed cooker; 1 single buggy; 1 sot single, harness; 1 kitchen range; 1 .dozen black Iiangshan hens; ,1 dozen white-Leghorn hens;. 1 CHEVROLET CAR, 1916 MODEL; TERM8 CASH. ' s ALE AT ON^E P. M. PROMPT MR. PORTER HAS SOLD HIS FARM.MR.BROHMAN 18 8HORT OF RANGE.. W. c. p. oeard6rff>,'v . ' Auctioneer, PORTER,.NORMAN BROHMAN,' *>."> , ' OWners V Auction Sale FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm, twill sell by Public Auction Without Reserve, at Sec. 8-2-24, Kimball District, 4 miles South of Woolford, 10 miles South-East of Cardston, 13 miles South of Raley, on Thursday, April 4, 1918 ' AT 10.00 A.M. SHARP HORSES: 1 gray mare. 4 years old; 2 g^ay mares, 5 years old; 1 gray mare. 12 years old; 1 bay mare, 10 years old; 1 brown mare, 7 years old; 1 sorrel mare, 5 years old; 2 black geldings. 10 years old; 1 black gelding, S years old; 1 black gelding, 12 years old; 1 gray gelding, 8 years old; 1 bay gelding, 3 years old; 1 brown gelding, 3 years old; 1 bay colt, 2 years old; 2 black colt!i, 1 year old; 2 suckers; 1 saddle horse, 6 years old. CATTLE: 3 milch cows; 1 cow with calf at foot; 3 3-year old heifers; 3 2-year old heifers; 4 calves; 1 2-year old bull. ' HOGS: 5 2-year old brood sows; 1 8-month old brood sow; 2 8-month old boars. MACHINERY: 1 Kentucky press drill, new; 2 binders; 2 gang, plows; 1 disc plow; 1 narrow; 2 8-foot discs; 1 wagon and rack; 1 box wagon; 1 tank wagon and pump; 1 sleigh and box; 8 sets of work harness; 1 stack Oat sheaves. Some household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. % TERMS CASH FREE LUNCH AT NOON CHAS. F. 81NDLINGER, Owner L. I. NICHOLSON, of Lethbridge, MR, McDONALD, Auctioneer Clerk FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has . Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm I will sell by Public Auction, 12 miles east of New Dayton, 13 miles north of Warner and 6 miles west of Wrentham, on Saturday, April 6th, 1918 AT TEN O'CLOCK-SHARP ( . �� � HORSES: 1 bay horse,'14 years old, weight 1360; 1 bay horse, 7 years old, weight 1250; 1 bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1200; 1 bay mare, 9 years-uld, weight 1200; 1 white horse, 14 years old, ' weight 1400; 1 black riding pony, weight 900; 1 pinto riding-pony, weight 900; 1 Clyde stallion with papers, 10 years old, weight ilflBO; 1 bay horse, 10. years bid, weight 1100; 1 bay horse, 8 years : .old. weight 1600; 1 bay horse, 3 years old, weight 1150;111 roan aorse, 3 years old, weight 1100; i sorrel gelding, 4 years old, weight 1400; 1 bay gelding, 12 years old, weight 1400 ; 6 or 7 other good, workhorses not described. v CATTLE; 1 registered Shorthorn bull, 5vyears old; 1 registered bull, 4 years; i white face bull, nearly eligible to register; 1 good'1 niilk cow fresh, 3 years; 10 cows, age 'from'3 to 7 years. '.. > - FARM; IMPLEMENTS: � good binders, 4 AfcMormick and 2 Deering; 2 old;binders)--l McXJormlck mower and rake; 1 Cookshutt. . cultivator; 1 14-inch John Deer gang; 1 16-lnch John Deere sulky;* . 1 Hart-Parr engine 80-60;' 1 Pioneer 15-30 gas engine,'nearly-newj. 1 4-bottom LaCrosse self lift engine gang cqmplete with stubble and breaker bottoms and.,1 extra share for each plow; 1 5-seetion harrow; 1 4fsection harrow; 1 3-section harrow; 1 Acme harrow; iBi-new wagons suitable, tor 'bundle rack or a handy farm wagon; r. now iron wheel wagon;' 1 J�hn Deere manure spreader, nearly � new; 2 bundle racks and wagons; 2 bundle racks; 1 set blacksmith ' tools; .1 new 3% Winona wagon with Winona 125 bushel grain tank; ' 3 disc harrows, 6 and 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe press drill; 1 domo* ' orat and'l buggy;-. 4 '.sets of good work "harness; 1 stock saddle; 1- .w potato cultivator; 1 iron float, 12 feet; 4 Hansman engine binder. bitches;. 1 scalding vat, grindstone,, pitch forks-and other articles � too'numerous to mention; 1 1500-lb. truck scale; 1 Fairbanks wagon scalo, 10,000 lbs., ahsolutely nertv not unpacked from factory; 3 Van >� Brunt double disc press drills, nearly new, and 1 5-horse Galloway~-Gas Bnglne-and Grain Loader..located at Wrentham Station. Parties' ' interested may inspect same before day of sale.- v sv HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE:, 1 ^fagnet cream separator noarly new; 2 churns; 5 "irpn bedsteads; brass trimmed, mattresses- and (i' springs; 1 sofa; 3 heating'"fctoves; 1 high oven range; 1, McClai^ for cash pn credit-amounts.. ^ t \ V J ^ FREE LUNCH AT NOON, , ' v '-^L L. I. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer' KES8LER BROS., Proprietors"' - M. O. GORDON, Clerk i ^/N'v 1?023?63 76 11307487 ;