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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HF.RAI.D MONDAY, MAY 21, 1917 v v1 v X CONSCRIPTION BILL f. INTRODUCED FRIDAY. v Ottawa. Mas' H is now v anticipated thai tue soveti'.- meat's conscription bill will lie v introduced us FrlJay r.csl. Tn? terms o[ II not yet been v v decided upon, only ttie scncral v plan as announced to the v house by the sclcc- the conVcrlirtloa. LEGAL NOTICES Notice to Creditors tHe Matter of the Eslaie of Sam SadowEMj doing business at the Cit> ot Lethbridge, In Ihe Province of Alberta as a General Merchant under the name and style of The Western Mereantlte Company, solvent. NOTICE IS HEIIEBY GIVEN that tho above named iasolrent. Sadowstt, o! the City ol Lelhbrldge. jn the Province of Alberta, carrying on business as a General Merchant lias made an assignment ol bis eslale and effects to the British Canadian Company, Official Assignee, tor the general benefit of his Creditors, under the provisions ol ihe "Assign TuenU being Chapter 6 of (he Statutes ol Alberta, 1907 an'l amend- ments therfito. s The Creditors arc notified to meet p.l Ihe office of the British Canadian Trust Company in tire CUy of Lelh- pridge at ihe hour 01 four o'clock In Ihe allernoon ou Monday the 2Sth day or May A. D. 1917. for (he purpose ot receiving a statement of the affairs ot.the said Insolvent, for the appoint- ing of Inspectors and lor the giving of directions with reference to the dis- posal ol the estate. Every Creditor or person claiming to be entitled to rank on the estate as- Finned is required to deliver or send post prepaid, particulars of his claim Came to S. Alberta With Her Husband in 1S71 Saw Wonderful Changes (From Our Own Corresponfi-'Rl) Macleod, May met in annual convention on ihe !Sih[ of May. The attendance was fair. Af- ter (akin? a general review of the situation, and Ihe great work to be ac- complished, n general discussion oo eu alter which the elcc- (luu of officers for Jhi> year was held, Died Suddenly Mrs. M. J- Gallnsher. of Maclooil. died suddenly on Saturday uioroiug at 6 a.m., ot thR family bomo on slreel. Mrs. Gallagner was the oltfcsl resident in Southern Alberta. Slip came how with her husband in Sep- tember 1S74, willi the n.X.W.M.I'.. at tbat lime only Mrs. Co'. Ma deed be- ing iho other while woman living in ibe Jisirlci. She came here to the bare the Indian and Buffalo, which since iheu has become the gar- den of the world, for the of and food supply, and Irom which the allies' armies at the front lo the s Company or or before the IHF WONDERFUL FRUITICINE Owe Hultk And the wirrellous medicine made from fruit juices has rflievcil Dioro cisos of iSfowjrA, Kijne? and Situ Troubles Mart eny cthtr mfjicittff. In sercrt of lllicuuuUsm, Sciilica, Lumbago, Pain in the Hack, Impure lllooJ, Iscu- raljTia, Chronic Headaches, Chromo Couatipattoii luiligcstion, a-livrs" has given unusually effect ivd rcsulLs, By its clcansiug, healing powers oa tlio eliminating organs. tones up and inrigor- iles the ivliolo system. We- bos, G for 52.50, site, 25c. AlaHdeakrsorseutpostpiiabjrt'ruitr t-tives Limited, OtUvri. day of July, 1911, such claim to be Tcrified by a Statutory Declaration and such touchers as Uie case per wits and to state whether he holds any FC airily for his.- claini-or. any parl thereof, and lo put a specified value on such security, if any, in accordance with the Act. 4nd notice Is further given (hat after lie 12lh day of July A. D. 1917, ihe said Company snail proceed to dis- tribute the- estate of the said Insolvent iinder the said Act, having regard only to such claims of which It shall nave notice al such time of distribu- tion. Dated at Lethfarldge. AJbeiia, this 12lh day ot MayT A. D. 1917. British Canadian Trust Company, OKlclal Assignee. AXDREW B. HpGG, Solicitor (or the Assignee, Ad. S. Lethbridge, Alia, vlnce. are receiving their great supply of oodFtuffs. She1 also lived lo see the villages, towns and cities grow up. aud now Alberta is already becoming a great nation. Mrs. Gallagher has been J u mother to many Q boy and, girl. Many will remember kindness received al ler band and tome. She was true to aer adopled province, her home and church, from which sbe will be miss- ed. The funeral will be from Ihe Ho- man Catholic church on. Monday, May Isi. Members o( Iht C. T. U. for Southern Alberta met in convention in the Methodist church. Macleod, ou Thursday. May 17. 1917. Delegates from all points were presenl. and dur- ing the afternoon iho meeting.was of a business nature. The Macleod mem- bers the visitors al a ban- quet in the Sunday school hall. The evening was a full one in which some rery interesting papers were read and discussed. Mrs. Mackiuncy gave an interesting address on "Our position ;u ih'e world today, and our work." Tlie speaker took the crowd with her for a trip around the ivorld. visiting each centre where the W. C. T. U. are doing great work. The girls' choir !rom the Methodist Sunday school [urnlshed the music for the occasion Mr. Burke, representing tbe Canada Permanent Loan Co., visited Macleod during the week. Speaking c! South era Alberta, he says all the loan com paniea arc now auiious and willing lo ilo business in this part ol the prov ince, as during tbe dry years we ol kepi away, but it has been very sails factory to fmd.tb.il all our loans have been kept up, and we have no delin quents In this southern part ot the uro- JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to the Order XisI and the Final Order for Sale in S.C. 10427. J.p.C-, James Belfry Henderson vs. Koy T- Picfcard, Iherc vrill lie offered. tor sale, with the approbation- of the1 Uksler of .the Supreme Court of Alberta, liy Rotlebeck, Auction-; eer, at the office ot Xcls F. Nelson, at the Village of Maybutl (Stirling Sta- tion on Ihe C. P. R- in Ihe Province of Alberta, at'lTrelvc o'clock noon Standard time, on Saturday, the 9Ui day ol Jane, A.D. 1917, the tollow- ing lands an itlEe porti d premises, namely: portions of North Half-and of JS'orth Hair of South Half.ol. Seclion 33, Township 6, Range 13, West 4th as shown on plan Irr. 76, and thereon marked, Parcels Xo. 6, 7. 9, 10 and U, containing 6S.G6 irujre or less, except 1-054 acres out ol'parcel 10'and V747 acres out of par- cel 7 lor roadway and excepting all coil and other minerals, more partic- ularly described In" Certificate bl Fills 2 PJ9. '.Those'portions ol the North Half mjod of Ihe North Half of the South Hi'lf of Section 32. Township RanRe "West ol the 4lh Meridian, shown )tra plan Irr. TG and thereon marked No. 1'and 2, except out of fFrorn Our Own Ccrresponilftnt' Magrath, Alta, May llv regular seslon gf ihe city fathers 01 Wednesday evening, U -was aerced Ic purchase the Lyman Park Irom Ih church. A c "had been ap Calgary, May Charles W_ isher was nominated as Liberal cau- idale for the riding ol.Cochrane on aiurdny. The meeliug was enthu: lasiic. and only one candidate was uggested. Mr. FtEher lias served Ions-j In the legislature than any other nember. Ho was a member of ihe old legislature, 'being elected or the first time in 1502. He and remier Sifton arc Lhe only members f ihe legislature who served In the Id Territorial legislature. Mr. Fish- r has been the only .Alberta speaker. James Weir a Candidate Mr. James Weir, second vke-presi- ent.of the U.F.A., was nominated as candidate by League or tbe constituency ol Nantou, at heir convention held in Slavcly cu ialurday. Hon. C, R. Mitchell At the Liberal convention lor the Tovlnclal constituency of Bow Valley, held al Bassano ou Saturday atlor-, npon lastr under the chairmanship of Mr. F. E. Renaud. ot Cluny, Hou. C. 11. Mitchell, provincial treasurer, was un- animously tendered the nomination, delegates were present from praclical- y every polling division. ICflALSIIUAIl (CONTIXTIED .FBOM FEOXT PiGl) 1, 3.11 acrca as described in Itrinsfer rcglBlured as 3777 A.L., the Hnd herein comprised containing 117- v20 acres more or less and excepting coal and other minerals, more par- ticularly described In Ccrllllcalc ol {title 2 Q.37, .Tender Is Informed that there Jire no Improvements on tfae properly flftVe and except one mile of barbed wire fence xlth cedar posts. The soil chocolate loam with clay-aubsoll. The properly will be EOld subject R Reflcrrefl which has been Jifed hy ihe Court. The Purchaser Is fit the lime of par down a'de- poiiU of W% of (he parchase price ic the vendor or and Ihn jematnder ol the'purchase money la to-be paid Into Court to the credit ol pointed to with Lhe chiirc authorities regardtn5 the buying o the iiroperty. Councilman John Gilb chairman" b'E the 'committee, present and reported that the prop- erty. could he nought for the original price per aero. Tfae secretary- Ueasurer was Instructed to purchase the land, vhlch. will DC 'pal under cultivation- It Is the inlenllon "of 1Kb council to fence and take steps lo. beautify the "same as soon as possible. The park is centrally located and will he a valuable easel to the community when, properly cared for. A drUer of a tractor was arraigned rjefore D. H. Dfnguam, J.P., on the charge of running his gasoline engine over .culrcrls wlthaul planting same, there by conflicting with one of the town by-laws. He pleaded guilty and received ihe minimum "as cl md cosls. Floyd swore out a com- plaint against Tlioa, Hocking for run- ning over one of his. sheep with his automobile- Mr. HocKlng stopped pro- ceedings by paying Tor the woollc. Mothers' Day was fitUdgly QbEervea In the Sabbath school and life after- noon Eesalon of tbc ij.D.R. churcb. Ap- nropriale programmes being rencler- The slalemenls as to the Increased cost of living, especially when we re- mind ourselves that. the steadiness of employment acts as an offset, com- paring past conditions with the pres- ent, calls to mind the story about the Enslish traveler, who had -return? ed from India. He was telling sonic old Scotsmen about hunting ex- periences, and he said he had killed a tiger forty feet long. -This was too much for -Sandy .itecphwaon, who drily remarked that some Aberdeen fishermen had lately brought in a skate half BD acre in. size. The Eng- lishman was mortally offended, left Lhe room, and scnl Sandy a challenge to fight a duel. Sandy, took that pro- posal very calmly Hnd (old the mes- senger tbat if tbe Englishman v-'ould take a few feet off the tiger, he would see wbat could be done about .the lhl.9 action as follows: 16% of the price In 90 of the Bkalc. Thai is about what- the general dearest arc engaged in a life death struggle for our liberty; cd. public feels In regard-lo our miners1 jments about the "cosl of the general public also feels that It is ID no humor for looking on al a duel, when many of our nearest ami and and at a time when it is .up to each one ol. 113 to ilo in. our power to help lliem, and rallier to suffer some- thiog ourselves, loan to do anything that will hinder them in the slightest In iholr splendid efforts. II the miners will but look al the matter In that light (hey willi not lose a moment In gutting hack to work; and they need nol then fear that public sympathy will be tacking la giving til em reasonable and'propDr help In getting the wages they arc entitled to. Hut Iho circumstances arc far-too serious -lor any right htnklng fellow citizen of ours lo be justified la stopping work ]list now. 6ay3 froin dale-bl.sale without Inter of'the purchase price Irt'One year from Ire Aatc.pf sale with inter eslat the rate dt.5% per annum. 25% of purchase price In two years from the dale of Bale with In- tergal at the rale of S% per annum, 25% of the purchase price in from lha date of sale with Inter- all olhor respects Ibe terms Jtotiditfons of Bale will-be the standing iundltfona approved by (he Master or Jndge of this rronorable Court. 'Farthef pf.rtfeutaTs can he had from 1h4 auctioneer or from Loughced, Hen- cLaws A, Co., Solfcllorj for Iho Clarence Block, Calgary. PATED al the City ot Calgary, this 1917, LAtJRBNCB J. CLARKE; Clerk ot Ihe Court. To Mr.'.ivnd Mrs. Trueman Done, a daughter'. The .political pot Ts again beginn- ing to boll. The Liberals have had a meeting appointing dclcgaLes to the Cardsiac conrenllon, where .Air. .Mar lln Woolf was .unanimously rcnomln- at'ed.' The ConBcrvallves will hold a meeting Saturday evening. In (lie clly hall. 'John Urldgs president of the association has resigned on account of out on Ms bomcElcad, and thereby hot bblhs able lo .attend lo his duties: "Hid .succespor will be ap- Saturday evening, Nelson, B, Hie clos- Ing session of the international Mining convention Salurday, the Eertous coal strike conditions in western Canada was dlscuesed and a resolution was passed urging the Dominion govern- ment to lake Immediate possession of All coal mines Idle, or which may be Idle, and operate ihcm to their full Afl, M, cpptcHy, TV- MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. QET OUR PRICES AND SEE OUR WORK BEFORE roU BUY, Lethbridge Monrinenta and Cut Stone Worb TW0 DAYS SALE-TUES. WEDNESDAY of HOLIDAY READY-TO-WEAR Thurs., May 24thf is Victoria Day, a Public Holiday TUESDAY AND WISDXUSDAY you on buy Hie very lutes! and nicesl of Ready-ltt-Wrar Oviter (jiarnients; also Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear, etc., 1'w women, girls and boys al a splenrtUt saving in nrii'es. Kverylliing in Itcutly-lu-Wcar tilings ai'e to be sohl al a mlucctt price for Ibesc (wo days. _ SAVE MONEY OX YOUR HOLIDAY GOODS TAKING ADVANTAGE 01' THIS SALE. WOMEN1 Why Not Save from tt on Your Spring Coat WOMEN! You Can Save to on Your New Suit Slylisii Suits for. Stylish Suits for Sfylisli Suits for Stylish Suits for Stylish Suits for ________ READ PRICE LIST Finest Velour Coats for Silk Velour Coats tor Clotli Coats Clotli Coats for............. Also Lower Priced Lines iSO.OO .21.00 16.00 H2.50 I O by bnymg your Clothes Here! Little Boys' Newest Cnt Suits for Boys' S14.00 Newest Cut Suits for Boys'. Newest Cut Suits for Newest Cut Suits for Boys' ijtf'.OO Newest Cut Suits lor Boys' ijifl.Ofl Newest Cut Suits for BOYS' HEAVY KIBBED COTTON HOSIERY 20c v ALL silts, S (o 10. Sale Price 20c BOYS' SI'ORT BLOUSES OK SHIRT WAISTS 45c Assorted colors. All ilzcs 6 to 15 Women's and Misses' Sport Suits and Skirts at a Big ing on Tuesday and v A big range of the very newest Sport Suits and Skirts: New York styles in Silks aiuV Cotton Fancy Wash Materials.1 THE SPORT SUITS Handsome Silk Eults, combination color FuH.' gooil length coats, girdles or iashca, collar and cuffs, TO ate rial in Lhe skirl Is made nlatu and full with gathered banrts or belted bands. J' Prices for Suit. and Values to stylo of Ihe fashtnnalilo sppri uliu col or or plain pattern's ,arc hore.. two alike. All marked al a close margin of profit-for quick 'selling Tuesday nnd %5M, and A-La-Grace Corsets TIIETRUE'VALUDCQRSET Every Corscl of this make is fully Euaranlecd lo give iho wearer satisfactory service. If not satisfied after a fair trial tho purchase price will hp refunded. Back Styles up to %IM StoiH rigjirc Corsets to Fronl Lacing Styles at.......... to Little Boys' Wash Suits be waiilcd for-the holiday Avanii days. Wo have iiu endless variety of Nifty Little Suits, niiido 1'voin good washing materials in lifrht or dark'colors. Priced from all tlic way do Gloves Hosiery in this Holiday Sale SPLENDID YALUES l! WOMEN'S BLACK SILK BOOT HOSIERY." 30c, 50c, 85c and I? l.ti U ALSO WHITE AND.COLORS AT 50c, 85c and CHILDREN'S COTTON HOSIERY. Illack.'wIlUe, Al per pair 25c, 3fc and I-'. V-i.'.. i'.' ;.'4l WOMEN'S PURE SILK GLOVES. Black and while. ft'ft WOMEN'S.EXTRA.HEAVY .SILK GLOVES. Double give txtra wear. Per pair and......... pl.-JU White and Belted Middies A Two-Way Sale of Smart Voile Waists at Crepe dc C'lieiie Waists. All the best shades at................. ijii.50 Plain White or Fancy Trimmed Middies Dolled styles. Sizes 10 lo U.. I-onc or shorl On Sale Tuesday ami each mid......... Girls'Wash Dresses Cheaper than you can make Ihcm at home. Olrl'a Gingham Dross- es Jn plaids, alrlpcs, checks or plain chamljraj's. All styles Jn colors, pink, ton, green anil black and while. I'l-iccd each from down'to We LADIKS' COTTON KlUBlil) .TJNDI5KWKAK Cotton Hibbed Undci'vc.st.s, 2 for Cotton Uibbcd Drawers, 3.H' Cotton Kibbcd A'esls and Coinbinations at each, 25c, 50c, 75c, Ladies' and Little Girls Sunshades ;and Parasols Woincn's SSiiK .Sliades down to Litnp, (iirls1 Sun Shades down (o 3c Black Parasols down W' IJLACK >SATIiK "Extra Heavy Quality SVtien, A Brdal varlely ji< style'i, colors alicl shapes; HATS for Boys and Little-Girls, becoming styles More Hats (nan you'll see in any other store. Better styjfea and more reasonably priced.. Bring the children along and III them willi a hat lliat has distinction'. Our prices 2.5c, 33c, 75c, OOc, and YOU CAN QET A STYLE THAT IS BECpMING TO YOUR CHILD AT ANY PRlCe YOU WISH TO-PAY. THE SIMPSON COMPANY, LIMITED ;