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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIpOg DAILY IIKRALD PAGE SEVEN From Our Own m In this ndlntflct have made good progress ivlth their Redding but of rain1 Is becoming Increasing ly Tho hot dry winds are drying np tile soil and some heavy rains the cmirsn of thn next low days would bo The crop wilt mostly with soirm oats and breaking will be sown with The locals Sons of Italy organiza tion held dance In the Hex Theatre on Friday evening of the fund to asuJat Italian A large n umber turned out and over will jtbe sent forward to the Italian Consul In Calgary for the The local Italians have shown splendid patriotism nnd deserve commenda Keith Is In tho Gait Hospital where she recently under went an i Our local druggist is wearing a happy smile these a son being born on Monday at the Diamond City where both i mother and child are doing A local Masons visited the North Star Iiodge at Lethbrldge on Monday where degree work was lu Oddfellows The Diamond City Oddfellows held their annual service on Sundayafter The nhurch parade was at tended by aaveral members of the Coalhurst and Baugby left this week for their new homo In Oalifor Lena donatead found dim1 eulty In getting through and has re turned to formerly mine sur veyor and now residing at a TiBitor iu Coal hurst this Hunter jjas been appointed manager of tlie Federal Mine at Lathbrldge and will bo leaving to take up hia new duties We would commend to our local Red Cross enthusiasts the opportun Ityto assist the new society at Diam ond CUjr being present at the Red to held there on Tuesday A very hearty wel come assured to al will at Diamond City is noted for its hospitality and the dance will un doubtedly be a great largo number turned out to too service on Sunday A body of scouts from who ware out on a cycle run arrived at Coalhurst ate the afternoon and stayed over fftr the service which at tendedl will i close left ithis week ai Lethbridee where she1 will few Tlckner ot LethbrldgO rentetj half of thjj Delaney building and will run agroceteria Istlie old tennis club to be revived this year Golf Is in full swing and 1 there room for more The secretary of tho local Red Cross Society acknowledges the fol Employees of American Miss Lillian Bessie i 2 iNettle Jfssie Nellie and Nettie i The monthly Red Cross meeting will bo held In the church on Monday evening at 8 All members of the committee are asked to make a special effort to at tend this Miss Knowles has been ap rpointed secretarytreasurer of the iflchool in place of who hai Cars are becoming Increasingly popular or Is money becoming more Among other recent pur are Machln and Aber nethy and Machln are building garages this The Boy Scouts held a social In the church on Friday A Hard No harder worker or one more en thusiastlc Is to be Jpund In these parts than He has largely of his time and means in the furtherance of the work and has been not only great asset to Ooallmnst Branch hut to the tied Cross work in in au effort to Increase interest he wrote to some of our local boys in France aihlng them for Information as to the neod of Red Cross We take the lib erty of quoting the following ex tracts from one of the letters receiv ed I am awfully glad to hear of the work you are doing for the Red Belfove me you will never lutve any cause to regret anything you 4o for tho Had Cross and the cause of everything that can pomlbly be dona is welcomed out I am glad hear that Coul hurst Is getting an for God knows It U needed out hero In this great I pnly wish that 1 could go Into more details as re gards what tlm Hed Cross does out I have seen enough myself in my 2 12 years In the trenches to realize what they are doing for the wounded and the IS AL OlVh TMHM TOO MUCH HELP aa only those who liftve seen for themselves can realize or under stand what thoy have to do or the difficulties they have to overcome In looking after the Inspector Morgan paid another visit to the local schoollaat completed his He was ac companied by of Unllod Fish nnd Produce Imp purcbuvuil au outfit for trout to to be new season in Lake and nil the fish will be uvullablu to uf uud Out Own May Ladles Aid of the rroflbyteHan Church held a very successful Work and entertainment last agood com pany of the townspeople and friends from tho country beltifj The Uisllc presided nnrl In his Introductory remarks praised the work which had bdcn done by the Ladles Aid In helping forward tbo church work and for the aid they had given to the Board of The program was taken part In by Miss Jt and and also Included n sketch entitled Sewing for the by the following of tho Aid Madamos Biichan Noble and Miss Han The sketch was very laugh able and was enjoyed by The total proceeds amounted to over At the close of the program a bou quet of flowers was gracefully pre sented to secretary of the Ladies by Verna On Saturday afternoon a mooting composed of and tho Leslie met of in the Interests of The which lasted some considerable fully discussed the question and outlined plans for the coming A good many questions were asked and answered by and even tually was deulded that the above named should act as a committee with power lo add to the Noble was elected chairman alil as secretary Stenhouso spent the weekend at Nobleford with The Nobleford garage lias now in stalled an electric light plant and on Friday supplied the light to tho Hall for the Ladies Aid con School The school trustees Held a meet Ing on Tuesday and transacted a lot of They have made arrange ments to fence in the whole of the new school site and also have part of the grounds plowed up and plant ed with A section of tbi ground will also be set apart for a school The teachers have been de siring to have an Instrument for use in the school and the trustees de cided to obtain au organ tor present of was a visitor here tills The telephone people have been busy these past two days In setting up some new wires and installing a new switch board in the Those improvements will add great ly to our telephone Village The village council held Its usual A CRIPPLE FOR THREE YEARS Helpleit In Bed With Until He Took MUNflO For over three I was confined to bed with During that I liad treatment from iv number of and tried nearly everything I saw advertised to cum without receiving any J decided to try Fruila Before 1 had used hallu I noticed an the pain was not so and tbo swelling started to go contiriuM taking this fruit me improving all tho and now I can walk about two miles and do light chores about Ihe ALEXANDER a i for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruitatives monthly meeting on Wednesday pre After tho reading of min utes of the last the cor respondence was through and attended With reference to the proposed hospital the coun cil requested further particulars frov the of Little The secretary reported that the had arranged to put in a cinder side walk from the depot to the hotel cor The question of water was also gone and it is hoped within a time to have a proper supply for the The council decided to hold a meeting on May lUh to the question of bye A good many of our young men have been affected by Ihe con scription Some of those already Speclnl in May visit nlny bv n Herald Hie scene of yesterdays fire at Hie Creek camp of tbo Elk I umber com pany fuel in stead of threo florfecs bunicd in tho the bunk hollaRS arnlblner were saved after a desperate tiiit pn up by the few men fiithe Manager tiv Klk com pany happened to In ihcami by auto nKeriUHm and bud met the stablo nbafTiietMnii UK iimp and l wliere he was for a ioad it camp u he driv i Ing to camp to the bmli Oonltn they passed the stable and he logging railway to select i for another On their less than in hour they found the stibl lurncd to the ground and thq men liOilin to save tho All the men had taken their dinners with tlem and did not return to the wimp until they j saw the smoke from the A sla ble who at the ciimp slates that when going otitside the cool i house shortly aftor two oclock ho dis j covered smoke issuing from I In sta I bio and ran to It to tbn four j horses which he knew were I the and smoke was intense called are and two of the The Alberta Pacific Klevator re presentative joined up with the last Saturday and expects to leavo for Hegina on Harris and the renl estate agents aro still doing a good They report having com pleted some very good sales these last few Mint ho eottld not enter the lie attempted to a way to the horses from the side but here too ho was with such volumes of smoke that he IonHI not enter and the horses perish fd almost before bis So far aa can bo ascertained no one had been about tho stable the boss bad taken out his teitii to go to and how the fire start ed will rninnln one of tho nnsolvable HeHides lie four horses nnd Ihe sta severn 1 aetrf of find other were destroyed with the lire will not slop the operation of mill nor delay very lonft of they liave a liirge of logs banked at river to bn sent down as they are required keep mill No loss of IOKS or posts as the fire is huruliiK in old It wiis4hought owing to the snow which is still unite deep on ground where last win ters operations aro tlie firo can be from doing any ma terial damage to posts and loga which arc lying in large iiiantiUos where they were Owen has sold his 100ncre Dov er farm neur Sarnia to Thomas Stokes for MPROPERSPII of who owns city property nmltas the following generous Offer to citiz ens The ity of know that your city Is greater production In iho ot food from every available vacftrit lot and f should lie glad If you Will make use of Lots f and In Block 2fi of Plan 62S3S Huff If hey ofti bn nwrto iisn of I shall be Rlod to know that they will con trlbutp something lo tlie successful outcome of thn Vourn Threo thouitand free trees have beet Klvfin to Moose Jnw by the local Ro tary RAM SALE October 9th and 10th Underthe auspices of the Southern Alberta Growers over one hundred owning Entries Close July 1st Entry blanks may be had on application to the Sherlock Small FinSmall Price Your liver Is the Best Beauty Doctor A lifeless or pimples nnd are twin brothers to natures own is getting into your blood instead of passing out of your system as it This is the in suc cessful use for 50 years one pill daily more only when Carters Little Liver For Constipation Gcnuiot bears signature Puts You Over Nieht PunyFaced People Need Garters Iron Pllis Owing to Patrick of Patrick being called I have purchased all his Pure Bred SHORTHORN BULLS Which he has had on exhibition Anyone wanting any of these fine animals call at THE FARMERS FEED BARN Before Noon May 6th or at Pincher after the above PECK Owner Pincher Alberta Surf ace Work To let by in Township Range eighteen miles south of Grassy six miles northeast of Work consists of harrowing and seeding to Will let all or any Spring now The Lathrop Land Telephone 1865 AT COALDALE AUTOMOBILE ENGINE MACHINERY MCLAUGHLIN AND CHEVROLET CARS FAIRBANKSMORSE LINES BLACKSMITHING THE PIONEER MOTOR MACHINE Unreserved Auction Sale OF LAND AND BARN AND IMPLEMENTS AT THE 12 4th At Diamond City On the 2Oth of May AT TWb OCLOCK SHARP HOUSE 4 rooms down 14xM room Ijilchen G rooms upstairs and largo room i burn for 13 horses 1 large chicken house 1 large granary 1 tool LAND 1 more or 15 acres broke ready for and all IMPLEMENTS 1 disc 1 bay melt walking beam plough 1 walking stubble plough I wagon 1 democrat 1 set heavy double loam harness and all Kind of tools for rtipairing 2 saddles 1 riding FURNITURE 2 kitchen cupboards 1 sfdobpurd with bevel glass ij dressers 7 good springH 7 good mattresses 1 dining lulile 1 couch 1 steel bath tub 1 baking cabinet lihole range with reservoir 2 heaters 100 stove pipes 1 incubator in good shape 1 long kitchen table 12 dining chairs and a quantity of other things cooking TERMS CASH as tho proprietor sell on account of 111 beiillli ind bus to give up Proprietor Auctioneer AUCTION SALE of HORSES and CATTLE HAVING DECIDED TO RETIRE FROM STOCK I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AT NEW BARNES NEAR ROYAL ON RIVER FIVE MILES NORTH OF ON MAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED STOCK Ki good heavy young all in age from 3 to 5 years old 7 good heavy young broke and ready to work 3 yearling Work harness 2 1 ffcd mulny cow in t roan miiley cow in calf 1 roan years old 1 red cow with calf foot 1 red uuttcy fresh soon 2 2yearold steers 1 lljyearold steer yearling BIG FREE LUNCH AT 12 SALE STARTS TERMS OF SALE Onehalf cash time will be given till November purchaser note with approved secur ity bearing 8 per from 10 per off on credit Owner Auctioneer NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson PowerLift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CORNER SECOND AND THIRTEENTH FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU A jt Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wish ing to secure help should apply immediately to who has charge of this free Phone 1603 Do You Want Breaking I Done If you want your land broken and can not make your own kindly notify a QUALLY Board of Trade Building who bus been appointed ly the provincial government to bring together those who have engines or horses and can contract or breaking with those who have breaking to Can You Do Breaking It you are In a position to do breaking please get in touch with who as baa been stated has been gent here by the to tell you of those who iiuve breaking for you 10 Board of Trade Building Lethbridge PHONE 1603 ;