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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KATrnii.YY. MAY IBM NOT TIIK LETHHWOGB HK PACK SFA'EN Md at tho J'reslrytcrlnn Church a very successful wle of "ork and entertainment las' niEbt, a coin-i ran) ot Ihc lovvncnuoiile friends from tliu cmiairy bclun present. I The Hev. J A. presided anil] iu Ills Intrwluclury remarks praiatd tlip work which had lioi'ii done by Ilie AW in forwarii ?e " made good t-liaKli work for t'K. ..h. their setdlnis operlllons. lint liail zlien Jo tie Board 0 lieed or rain I. becoming tacreaslnB- .Mmiason Too 1 la Bti WitS Rheuroitira Until He Took Italy K.-.M. Mwalles. II. on Prliiay evening fund j t-rotl. Tin: sketch was verv augi- to assist Italian relusccs. A large liulo and enjojed liv M. Hit uurabPlumod out ami over total nwcceilB amounted to over 5SO. ,oStfonvard lo lite Italian thu dose of the program a Dou- In Calpary for fun J. Tk.ejmwl of flowers was gracefully ore- local Italians "liavo shown splendid j sented to Mrs. N. K'L'vva.rl; f natrlatisin nud dpsorvc ol the Am. .i.. On Saturday'afternoon a moetlnfi Mrs. J. Kellh is In tlio a an lc asu-riat.....I no "iiu ! about llie sulile siiKs.thi- n-.-lm-k hr, ,iii-; 'covered smoke issuinf Iro-n me lile and ran to il to iho fouri hor-04 which he knew in-idp. i hut the heat and smoke KJS so intense op llK- operation; it-i'. sain dwu as they ava rmulrid ;.J tucp mill EolnB. Nu !o-s or posts has. L'ar. bc-i'i Incurred, as the lire old rfnshlngi. ll was Bought that.. iiwl-ir 10 the snow which is sllll quite the grnu'.ul where last win- d i oiierations arc localeil. ihat l-ie 1 can be fci-pl from iloiuK any ma- s lltrlal damago to posts and logs 'which I. ire lyins III large quantilies wiii-re y wer AUCTION SALE of HORSES cut. Ed. fold Ws Duv- rfarm nuar Sal ni.i 10 Tho.'uas Stores "r SU.OOn. service on Sunday evening. A body of scouls from l-etliliridee who were out on !a cycle riiu arrived at f'qalhurst late afternoon and stayer! over for ths service which they, at- tended in ,a. body. Mr. will closo Marsli; left -this week for tethbrldgeV where she will spend-a-few-weeks! j Mr. Tickner .of I.ethbrlogo has rented half of Deiaucy. building r and will rnu .a--Kroceterla there.- Is- lire old lentils club lo bo revived this year? Golf Is in full swing and room for more games, too. Tli5 sscretary of tbu local Ked Cross >Soclaty: acknowledges tha fol-i -donatfbnj: Emiiloyeea oh -Northf American Collieries. 5118.50: Lil'.lcn Feck. Hessle 'Sihora, }2; Mrs.' V. I'lomp, 52; Mrs. Mrs. Jessie OaeW, Plonip, 12; Nolllo ami. Nettle i 'I'lorrip. oath. Tho monlhly Hcd. ;Cross nieotlnK will bo hold, In tho churcb 01. Monday.evening fit 8 p.m. All members, of tho committee- ore a special effort to nt- tODil this maetlnj. MIss-'Mando Knoules has boen ap- .tolnted secrelary-treaiurer. ol 'tho school in placo of Hev. W. C. Marsh, who has resigned. Cars'! are becoming IncrcasiiiBly popular or Is money becoming more .plentiful? Among other recent ,.pur- chajera, ire R- Connors, VI. Macliln and J. Holmes. Jlcasrs. Hunter, Aber- Tiethr-aml Macliln arc biHldlng Ihls week. Tho Scoltla bold a social In tho church on Friday evening. A Hard Worker. Xo harder worker or one more en- ithusiasUe Is to bo Jomirl In these parts than J. H. SaiJdhiim. He has largely of his time and mean? 'in tho furtherance, of tho work and ihts lieen not only .a great asset lo Cqalhur-st Hranch but lo the Hei Cross work In general. In an efforl to increase interest he wrote to some of oiir local 'In France asking them fof Information as lo the neod of lied Vrosi work. We lako the lib- erly of quoting Iho following ox- tracts frorii one of the receiv- ed: "1 am awfully glad lo hear of Ihc work you ore doing for tlio Red Crosa. Beltovo mo you will never linvo any cause to regret anylltlns you for tho Hod Cross and llie cause of humanity, and ovcrythini lhal can possibly be donn in wcicomaii out here. 1 am glad .to hear that Ooal- liurst 'Is an ambulance, for (Jod knows it la needed out hero In this conflict. 1 .only wish thai 1 could go Inlo more details as re- gurds what Iho Iced. out here. 1 have aeen enough myself hi my 2 1-2 years In ll.o Irenches to raallze what Ihoy are doing for tho wounded and Ihe maimed. IT, IS AL-1 MOST.. IMPOSSIBLE... TO..- OIVK TIlKli TOO MUCH 1IBI.1' as only thoao-who bavo Mtually eeen for tnemsolves can roftllzo or under- stand whal they have lo do or Ihe they havo to overcome In looklnp iftor the ft Inspector Morgan paid anolher visit to [lift iosa! school last weak when .he i-nmpleled Ms Inspection. was ac- .companlBil by K. T-. of bridge. garden. The teachers have been de to have au instrument for use le school and the trustees de- lo obtain au organ for present Mrs. .D. Hart, of Mdmonton. was a buainess visitor licre this week. The telephone people have been Ihese past two days in setting up -some new wires and installing a new Bwltcii board in llie exchange. These improvements, will add great ly lo our telephone service. Village Council. The vlllnsa council .held Us usual monthly nice-tiny on AYednesday nlsht. the Keeve. I'. S. Noble, pre- After the reading of the. min- utes of the last meeting, the cor respouilence was cc-ne through and j attended to. .With reference to tlie i proposed hospital district, the coun- j til requested further parliculars Iroci 1 the municipality of Little liow. The secretary reported that the C.P.It, j had arranged to put in a cinder side- j walk fiom the depot to tlic hole! cor-i ner. The question ot waler was also j gone into, and it is hoped within a j short time to have a proper supply! tor the village. Tlie council decided' to bold a sneeiaU meeting on May] liitb to tlic (ineilion of bye- j laws." I A good many of our young men have been affected .by Ihii new. con- scription act. Sonic of those already called are K. Hunt. 11- Mulligan, and Iwo of the Withages. The Alberta 1'acific Klevalor re- presentative here. R. Henderson, joined mi with the ll.S'.W.M.P. last, Saturday and expects to knvi Heglnn "on Saturday. J. Harris anil Co.. -ihe roal ageu's here, are still dniiu.: u linslncss. They report having pleied somn very good silos last tew days. I for estate yood coin- Iliese LETHBR1DGE, ALTA. October 9th and 10th Uniler-lhn of the HDUtlUTil Alberta AVcol Growers' Association, over one hundred members, owning sheep. Entries Close July 1st Entry blanks may be had on application to the Secretary, Sherlock Building, Alberta. T ROYAL COLLIERIES. ON RIVER BOTTOM. FIVE MILES NORTH OF LETHBRIDGE, ON TUESDAY, MAY 7th, years THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED STOCK It Rood heavy young mares, most all iu foal, age from 3 to 5 old; 7 suud heavy young gelilings, broke and ready to work, colts. Work harness; 2 buggies. 1 ftd mulcy cow in 1 roan muley cow in calf: 1 roan cow vcars old- fled cow with call at loot; I r.-d muley cow. fresh so'un; 2 2-year-old steers: 1 Spear-nUI steer; 11 yearling calves. BIG FREE LUNCH AT 12 O'CLOCK. SALE STARTS 12.30 TERMS OF SALE: One-half cash; balance, time will bs grv'n till November 1st, 1918, purchaser giving nott with approved secur- ity bear'ng 8 per cent, from date. 10 pir cent, off on credit amounts. MRS WM BARNES, L. I. NICHOLSON, Owncr Auctioneer Your liver Is the Best Beauty Doctor A dull, yellow, lifeless sWn, or pimpUs and eruptions, are iwiti biotheu lo consOp-ilion.- Bile, nature's own laxative, is gelling inloyoui blood inJtead of passing out of your syalcm as it should. This is the treatment, in suc- cessful use for 50 years pill, daily (tnoie only when is To let by acre, in Township 7, Range 13, eighteen miles south of Grassy Lake, six miles northeast of Skiff. Work consists of double-discing, harrowing and seeding to Flax. Will let ali or any part. Spring now ready. The .Latkop Land Co., Ltd. Telephone 1865 Putiyed People Naeil 1 Unlleit nnJ I'rofllico Company has an outfit for trout inoo to fi.ftoo hooka, to fco tueU thin jensotr In labe llurun, and nil. the fish will Ire nvallatilii to jas of Hnrnln aniJ vlclnlly. Owing to Mr. Patrick of J. H. Patrick Son, being called I have purchased all his Pure Bred BULLS had on exhibition here. Anyone wanting any of these fine animals call at THE FARMERS' FEED BARN Before Noon Monday, May 6ih or at Pinclier Creek, A the above date. E. C, PECK1, Owner Pinqher AUTOMOBILE ENGINE MACHINERY MCLAUGHLIN AND CHEVROLET CARS FAIRBANKS-MORSE LIKES BLACKSMITHING NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF. Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER' SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. s. LAND AND HOUSE, BARN AND IMPLEMENTS. AT THE S. E. SEC, 12 TP. 10, RGE. 22, At Diamond City On the 2Oth-pf May AT TWb O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP HOUSE -56x21. I rooms down stairs. 14x1-1 room kitchen addition. 6 rooms ARM LABOR The Provincial Department of; Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU 'inthe Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wish- ing to secure belp sbould apply immediately to MR. ,1. A. WEIR, who has charge ot this free service. Phone 1603 cbhhn hou..; I LAND more or less. IT, acres lirote ready for seeding, and IMPLEMENTS s "nil at tools (or FURNITURE Do You Want Breaking Done If you want your land broken and can not make your own arrangements, kindly notify A, E. QUALLY, Board of Trade Building wlio lins l.cen appolnterl by tno provincial to bring ifigelher (hose who have engines or lioracs and can conlracl for breaking with those who have btealilng to let. Can You Do Breaking If you are in a position (o do breaklnn get in touch wilh MR. QUALLY, who B8 has been staled above, has been eenl liere by the governmect to tell you ot tliose who liave breaking for you to do. ciiplioarda; 1 nMctioaid with 7 "i nw; 7 1 AMng tahlt; 1 1 jteo V ImU I H. 1 taWng cabinet: 3 B-liolc ranw reservoir; 2 hoatc's; 00 c.vo 1 locntalor In sooil shape; 1 lime Mtehfa tah c, 12 nml nuanlity 61 olhcr things; oookinR utensils. TERMS CASH as tho rroprielor to soil on account of ill 'lienlth anil 1ms lo else up farming. H. CAREZ, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Board of Trade Building Lethbridge PHONE 1603 ;