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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHCII 1017 THK OUR MAIL BAG FROM THE SURROUNDING DISTRICTS bridge, Karon3 Blood fml In a Hpndal ten giimo mulch with t'filfiary (lie result ivas Uitjt tlic (Tilckfi wero In tljo minority 308 filtiK. nwrt lo K.'iln honor- iiciillon for our uiiibHIoiiH and! Jlltlo CJriml and Moir Dispose of Rev- I cral Hnr- yjjiler for Karons, (I'roni Our Own fJorrcsno" nnrous, Jldi'. Little lown IB humniinn vlUi activity tltiys. The funners an; Dio mzt-Wnf in on, linnlicr nion and mcr rlinijt.s I lie Jiop slop and Ihcin with tltn for wfirk. The wonder IK liou-l one hiimll lown ihro'iRh -.vllh ED inutli liUKluc-is. Utit ovir nu-r- rlinifta am jivo and always ready to imirl llic liKvcF.s-lnj? demands made upon them. N'ow selllcvd nrc ronllnually conitng In and (aVihis place. Sells Thret Sections Siniill liuildings Burn on Me Arthur loi's Arriving. Much New Work JJcing Under- taken Anil Ihc Town is Growing Fusl. Ihcm, arii) ;il the aamti Htm- nieVin lijs-j will llmi the wcrr-. willing to tlo llnlr uhor'J for] frc'i'tlorj rjnJ Mr. hah buny dur- ing Ihe past week nlnkJiiB n well for Mr. Noljle'H new IIOUBC, and tills morn- Ing Hlrutk a nice flow very good al ii depth ot IdO feel. Tin- well had htffii witched dy rjur local well .Hvfner, Mr, lASRVfjAKK (I'rorn d XKW DAYTON ,v jxiyion, Marrh fjfiorfjc lluHk wont to I-eOili1 iUC.'aHum In MitrnlliiR a tew days In The lioaid of inQiiaccrm of tlui Now Dnylfin church, gave a irne mtpper i'rlday tvenlng, which was well at- tcndrd. Though It was a business all-had a good sor-lal tliiiui as well. Itoy Wood Is hauling IUDI I In order lo a' few mouths' frcr I f-crn fonJing ihe government [or aiid Hie couir wlion tlio fnrtr; juM Le sioi-ijcd. i on hi he GUM MAKER'S JEWELS STOLEN, .Murdi 2i Tlis tu M'tllerntnt. Two. i '.VOUlO III plf-JJlj- Jrj and Urn KI hoys anil were of laud 1 lit i Wrii'lry Jr., at aliuui to'liiy by liim i country knuw It (f> IKJ a (aci, veninipnl "i.rodut-- llnn, moro they tiny savp Iho KmiJEre, yni they leave hundred? Joint I'oralln returned liomr: after Mr. Ann, Keller was In Day Oui Own Conldalc, Mir. Hay Grow- ra' Hull DIM Into pilHCb. Thnj tiytarliin rhnrch last Sunday ovi fhiingo IKLF tcrlalnly made a KI'CJ! liu- owing (o (he nbticiKc of Itcv. T. pnwcuioiiL In Hie npnearam-c 01 UK; jjaireU, in Nelson, I! O, Hreel nml slmuM lia of for, .Mr. anrl .Mrs, T. U'. Jtiik-kurt Ii llic ppopln of this outlying districts, oyi Intrj (lie Wai lor Uwilltamsl MTF. DuL-ll arul Krlwlu, rctuin- Work lias roinnirru-cd for tfirj urftf1-1 farm, jiorllH-aEl of town, the sutu-1 cO ID their lionic aflL-r spending tin; ilon of a liarhnr Hlinu and pool lull. nier. wlnlcr months In dlllornia, Kelt) S I.UXKH, ivJio has Lt-en seriously i -Mrs, L'anday callo'l on in wnii iriioumnnln, was takou to the AVcdncsdny. O. K. Avoiy, Pool hi. rjf Iho Bold A very Grant Moir. liiji lUrte Horllortn fit Ulack 'In Mr. llo-ierfs, of lield a viry successful has ticftii repoitH for some tfjnr; luctitiiK-railc LKill last wcofc. Mloul llial il 'novo ''ontciniJlaind llfiy cmiplf.B t'lijoywl wood inuufc and ft'H.iWpr al Jasl It Mcdltlne Jlal hospJlal an .Monday a lirst diisK rosluini'i wrrc matorlallzofl In. Mr. tioni nrivrnooii'K Iraiii, anil lalosl reports inuuy ami viiflntl m LonilJig into town dial he IH Improving. ears of eftcctn from Two jirrJved fornla. j Pic. Itolu. Oantiicr, lately from overseas, a moniliur ot the I131h f JxlClc.s, ami tonnedy of CoaldnlP, j Hliciit a short visit a few days ago. t rfaily nnd Uien Utc boys will not. have lo RO in Harons (or Farmers PrcDaring rA aro husy getliig rncn and machinery ready to'start spring vrork, Another In.luslicc to, ami moat expccl lo IIP. ready lo work Avails. I hy ncrl week If the wr-atlitr permits. Work Ib now golnp on wlili (is-'Our rhlnouk which have Mown [lie generator for the electric, for llic last days, have taheu all llcialJonK aru "Lelug pUnt in our new hotel ami II in ex- j the snow and left ttie In the Interior of llalrlry's Btore I liecLcd llirit Iho "Juice" u-lll lie turned plenty of rnolsluro. 1 (Vrn'nt wlio inircbaaed P. aer-l who hw lately returned from j AUIOIIK mu] n half raw lon ovcrficaB Service. Tho J- from Uthbndgu, who j which has licon UoliiK fsuinc work In (onnec- lion with lils local office and nlso looktiift after Komo land deals. Kn- nulrlea tor land arc coining In nearly I of Ctntrc ol brfiak HP chtlro IhlR'1" tlle liame p- T- Caloren, lias fining. lie lius inn-cliaaecl Ihc Whcnt- lJce" IrAnefcrrert to Mr. UaMry. Jantl Centre stliool Imllrling and Ml6t llunl sPenL Sumlay with her Krmmild for a rcsliloncc. AH Mile la JiarniHH al Iron k'urlnfti. every day aorae BOW) nrs i lainl It will ho vcrv con-1 Samuel Sidles Is Ipiporttnp iwo car- lo go through soon. I Many Improvements the CciUrii farm from Ontario. -While some are for' Things arc looking In tlic lown. Tho firm of (iranl Moir has re- hhnsclf. a good many will he arc oil buny getling right up lo i..._ ._ _._ an hotnl, ihen elcctrle various alterations Kkjuuuiit) inn jmin u win lie LUH- i ui-: cnlcnt. lliii farm will he known of pure, bred Shorthorn cattle he (.'cntrii farm 1 from Ontario. -While some are for The firm of (Jrant Moir has rc-ihhnsclf- a lflflll-v (vl11 avail- ccntly made a number of ttiltcr sales' lo prospcctlvcj tnircliascrs somt-.'late. First, an of land IncluilLim n farm at Darrhlll (Iluc -May. JHgM. aflrr that to Mr. Porlcv uf Maclcoil, rection (or H. G. Murray io Chns. a [juartcv Vlouanl, n section lo 1. 0. The Lndlcs' Alrt realized a flno sum'In thn .stores, a new post office, a from the sole of refreshments al 3lr.'barber's ami pool hall, anil lael PawEon's sale. 1 liul not at all the Icasl, we are troing Her many IrienAs wJJI be sorry lO' In have a garage. H is Mm inlnntion the For J. "M. nowtisj licar llial >l- A. Suggltt ]g in or llio promoters In the garage lo eel nf Spokane, to Peacock Hroa., M-clhbriilso hospital, Lut will Lo flail the Hal hoiiae wliltli was built for. Ihe Ptlcr l.und to know Ihul her condition Is not con- C. K. Xoblo last fall nnd Have It! The elevators are praclkallj- idle as no hauling (3 betnp done owing la Hie wet conditions of the .Mrs. W. J. and children arrived on Monday (rotn Lcthbrldga lo folri Mr. CouElitg. ivHI re- Blrte In the residence lately vacated by Win. Haisbech. Wo hear that our old friend, Pclc one of Grassy Lako'R most prosperous fanner hoys, has lakon Hie waiuo nollon tis several other bachelors, and taken uoto him' self n bride. MiK. Ilcaton r-allcrt on Mrs. Morrlcal on Wednesday Tim Ladieo' Aid met al 31 ra. 1.. At- kins Wednesday, Mi'3, John llcnu IK very III at (his wrll'nu. Miss Harrison a trained nurse is aUenrJI.ig her. Mrs. W. It. Morrical called on Mrs. Trlfjss Halurday. Mr. and Mre. flcatou enleitalned visltoi'B Sunrlay. Mrs, L. Morrlcal called on Mrs. flcutz Sunday Mr. anrf Mrs. It. Murray caHerJ on Mr. nnd Mrs. John Henti Sunday. John Uentz was in Warner Friday. ooil roarls nntl a ttlnphoni; lin': irouffJt to (.'oults nnrl itiat l inoduclloii that the government (Ir-.-Tlrf--. YOUTH for [iio'Iuclloi] and dcvuloii- ejil, JOHN' A. GHAIIAM. Ketrelary-ireD.suro1: T. F. A. -No. 431. Coults, Allu. Sexton .March 28, 1017, The normal population ol Paris ib about 115 to the acre, to 50 In Lomlon. MONEY TO LOAN PniVATE FUNDS MORTGAGES AND AGREE. MENTS FOR SALE PURCHASCO NEW DOMINION BLOCK Opposite Court Housft 31-6 FAT LAMBS SELL AT RECORD PRICE. Denver, Col., March lamb soW at JH.CO on Ihc Denver People's Forum WANTS QUARANTINE LAND OPENED To Iho. KOilor The Herald. fol. WOulil bo a rurllier ier loday Ho lueLcsl trice recorded btcl, ihe rtovoloDmrat of this dls- Gas Tractor Owners Arc your cylinders worn or scored. We can I reborc llicni and fit (hem Avilli new pistons and Iculc proof ring's. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 FIRST AVE. S. PHONE T732 lierc Tor them. venr furnrjust north of lawn. Jas, II, Mlsmcr, wlio has hccn living In (nwii durltrg (lie winter Is moving (o KIs farm al Darrlilll. serious Hurt licr recovery ami bnllders, inovcil onto a site on the main street and go right aTler the busincaa. Tlic j buiMlnx will make fin ideal garage i ns Ihe sizfl i3 CG feel hy 35 feet, and j k contractors) a scvloua cataalrophn was narrowly will have rapacity for at least J who did conHidcrabloi avcrieil on the Mi'Arlhur (arm. In 20 rars. In addition iliere will he a CalaBlrophe Averted During the high on Mnnday in iM3irIcl Insl year, 1m ve taken Ihelr resldenco in town. New Barrister Joseph Donovan, harrlatcr ami sol- icitor, formerly of JlnM.nn, nnd .who has been with I.nugljrrtl, DeuncLL has opened an office anil Is prepared Lo look after all kinds uf work. Mr. Donovan conies rcooninioiulutl anrt wcr bespeak >for him tlie pAlronage ot IhlB tllElflcl. On Friday Sirs, and Mrs. II. M. "Walsh went lo Calgary whoro Mre, Is receiving medical treatment. Vanity We I si; has laken np Hid inunaBtment of fits father's farm, and Is now residing tlitrc. On Sunday evening-. April 1, Rcr. J. P. West man, of Colgary, general .iccretarj' for Si'rmlay scbool sjieak in the Methodist church. some uncxplalnablc ivay tire atarted repair shop run tind it be up-la- In' some Blrnw tovcrlng a polato pit, "late In every respccl and fit for (lie and under the heavy wind rajiiilly, Inrgpsl city. spreail to ncarliy UUllcllngs. Help was j Red Cross Work and 'Hie fire-was' -A most enthusiastic meeting oC ihe stoutly hut was iiQt-subnucd Retl Cross society was JicM al the Letore a tool liousc. hunk'Loufie and -home ol Mrs. Mortrt on WcdnesiLay., hay stack were deatrpycd. Hut for afleruoon. Worker's were present j the ready response: or the neighbors from the village and also lho country R. C. MER1THEW Live Slock Auctioneer Let me conduct) your farm sateg. Five years experience in the States selling [11 Ihc sales WRITE FOR DATES WARNER, ALBERTA trirt. The quarantine Is of no boiicfH hut is a drawback to the dcvelopmciiL of the town of Coutls and the sur- rounding country ir the truth vat known anil the facts investigated. would be found that Hie quarantine' is mostly used for speculative pur-j poses by a few New York sheep men i H might have been' n goad ilezl ivprse. j'OiiRil .ibonl, In finished work j K. 'ra'irsoni is -orcctlnc-'.ii '.uew.innd selling supplies- (OT.-UIC barn on lifs" farm: Mr. Jlolsoh' is Thc.s'ccroiary, Miss Coleman, renil an. Ing the'.work. _' _ t nrsenl appeal from tile provincial Little Mar.i'pjonikaiky met .n-illfatfelafy ursine tlio jjreal necil'or money; painful accident1 one, day Inat for toe nlline or comfort bags for .the In playins will] her young Ijrolhcr lie troops. ...The anneal did not rail oil severed a part of one df.lier 'finBers rteaf cars as the ladies prescnl ro-- -ivilli nn'oie lie hod ill his lia'nd3..Tlic bnonded by generous conlriliutionB. wound is healing' nicely: no While Lhese conlr'lbulions good t Rev. J. P. socrelary iofyHie committee will be very 'pleased the Mcllioillsl Sunday Schools In -Al-llo receive oilier donations from those Vennblea, who Iho pasl uerla and us 'a, I wece Present. "During Ihe three years has iicen chiet clerk alivlsil on. THursday cvcnhis when he 'aricrnoou a delicious lunch was serv: tho bip slore, has given up his posi-i'n-d.drcas.eil a'representative gathering >etl a sliprl profitarame ot music tlon Is moving of lown. has given up his posi-) atldrcaseil a'representative gntherlnf, ovlng lo his farm casl on the "Canadian Standard Efficiency followed which-was greatly enjoyed Tests for H is conndentlf by those present- The society hope hoped that his'efforts will .hear fruit (o man-v morc vorkors who will here IS some definite action is under- Inkcn In tho near future for boys. "ieir Mt in sewing anil other way presenl lime Ihe needs of IL A. Hodges. has been in the roal business for Eonic lime is also rtaklllg up and will move out next week. Uarons conlinuallv gaining dls- --B tinclion along some "line or other, ivlll lie here to addreis a meeting on at home. Wle Ihc aoys are Laal year it premier wheat "Alfalfa ana AlfaIJa llr. history at the baltlc front in On Friday, April C. Mr. Hooper of the Red Cross are very many, Now the Clarcsholm Agrlcullural school, >'ere n chance for those who -are- imvn of the Now she has clim- Hooper has .been Biugularly, success- cd lo the top in the realm of sport, fill In his Vork-in this direction, and Tor Ihe snke of those who do not read liis address should'be of grtaf iirac- Iho eporttng column, let us sriy (bat lical value 'not only lo. alfalfa Bill Moore and Ernlo Slark have nlac- ere but others as well. A largo .al-' td Darotis on (he map In bowling tendance imuiild greet Mr. -Hooper. circles in large gilt In the n-i Icr-clty match wltli Calgary and I.etli- us do our duly Mi helping -65- Horses AT AUCTION April At the Stock Yarcis. Absolute clean up.of h 7 (Page) brand horses, maroj and geld- tags, 35 broke marcs and geldings. 15 iaddle horses. IS unbroke yearllngi, 2's and 3'c frotp the ranch, 25 mfles south of to Lethbridge for convenience of isle. i Sale at 1.05 p.m. Take the Red Line Street 'CEO. G. ROSSf Owner. G. P. Dcardarff Auctioneer MR. ROSS 3AY6- "SELL 'EM'' The dramatic hranch" of the arc pulling1 iho finlsljlng'touches on the play "Dolly Travcrs' Jo be jjrcscnlcil Jn the school audi- torium next Kridny evening. A gooil TvJiolcsomp evening's entertainmeht-ia to nil. j Al the U.K.A. meeting on Salur- Mclcaacs and Miss Noble of Ihc execu- tive ot Ihc Women's Inslitule, he present to address the meeting. SHEEP 1 still have about sheep for sale, including lambs and first class breeding ewes. Will sell any n'wrr.Ucr, from 100 up. PrictB from per up. C. Alexandra Hole! 32-3 PliOrte 717 to; Farmers! >Wc snjiplicd you with hell) iii the fall of arid'.several years be- WE HAV? "AOF SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS" TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDOE 4 OALGARY OFFICES. Send 'in yoiir orders now. We Iinve HIP men. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHBRIDGE, MW55, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARY S2-G FARM LABOR L. L. Hartman, provincial government agent (Dipt, of Ag- riculture) for the distribution of farm labor In the Lethbridge District has taken offices In the Board of Trade Leth- bridgr. Office Hours: Panriers Requiring TIcIp Should get in touch with Mr. Hartman at once and Farmers should stale wages and class of men required. Farm Laborers Requiring work wilt be dirccled U they will call at the office. Prospective llomeseckers Will also receive information re- garding available homrslsads in the province and be supplied with maps, literature, rates, etc., by Mr. Hartman. AVERY TRACTORS Possess A VERY QUALITY ALL EXPERIENCED THRESHERMEN AND PLOWMEN RECOG- NIZE "AVERY" SUPERIORITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PER- FORMANCE. There is a size Avery Tractor lo fit every size farm. Oil Tractors art equipped with double carburetor and burn Kerosene perfectly. Avery Oil Tractors cost less lo less to run. Prices and terms are right. Let us give you details. Tractors demonstrated every day al our Warehouse. McMAHON MACHINE Co. LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA P. LUND SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If yon lire .going to build, write us. Our itgcnt. will call niton you with plans, prices, elc. We have the, largest, mill connections in Hrltish Columbia. Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldalc and Medicine Hat Tlcndqiiartcrs at the LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARDS vJ Ave. and 17th I'hone Lethbridge, Alta, oTlIox Tli SALE I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At TABER, Alta. On April 5 AT 1.00 P.M. 40 hend exceptionally fine. liprscs, weighing- from MOO lo 1500 Geldings and marcs, iiiid 5 yours oirt. All mai'cs bred to imported Clyde Stallion. Also Registered Clyde Stallion. TERMS OF CASK; BANKABLE PAPER ON BALANCE. PETER LeVALLEY, Auclionter E. C. PECK, Owner Tractors Built in three sizes: 1fr36 h.p. All A. i1 T. Tractors nrc guaranteed to burn kerosene. The name Aultman-Taylor hns always stood for the highest standard of value. We will carry} n full line of repairs for all these tractors in Lethbridge. Allwork Kerosene Tractors Develop 2B h.p. at belt and 14 h.p. At drawbar. Has 4 cylinders.- Automobile type front axles, roller bearing, rear axle, self oiling sttel gears thoroughly protected from dust. Develops Ibs. draw- bar puff and Jbs. on gear. Two-speed transmission working in oil. This tractor carries the largest 4-cylinder engine knov; of on any 3-pfow tractor. It sets on the frame, thui giving direct spur drive. No bevel gears. Belt pulley is on direct line crank shafl. Waterloo Boy Kerosene Tractors 12-24 h.p. are equipped with a patent kerosene burner which aaves from lo per day in operating expense. of all working parts saves time in making adjustments. This tractor Is very simple to operate and is strongly guaranteed by-A responsible? manufacturer. Its success is beyond question. Twin City Tractors A size for every farm and every size burns kerosene and dfililfate as well as gasolene for fuel. They are built In fallowing sizes: GO 6 40 h.p., 4 cylinders; 25 h-p., 4 cylinders; 15 h.p. 4 cylinders. Every tractor has the fsmous patented Twin City Steel Girder Frame. WE WILL BE. PLEASED TO DEMONSTRATE THESE ENGINES ANY TIME. McClenaghan Taylor ROOM 2, ALBERTA ELOCK. DISTRIBUTORS ANO SALES AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;