Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATU1WAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1917 nre LETHHnmr.R nArr.T HERALD PAGE Some Sammies i Taken by Huns Berlin, Nov. The cspiure of American sold- Itri by a German reconnoUerlng pnily Is announced by the war office. The says that (he Rhlne-Mame canal, as a reiult of a recormollerlng thrust, American soldiers were brought In. TRUE BILL IN THE DYNAMITE CASE Montreal. Nov., bills were Hits morning found against the Itu- men charged-wifh complicity la the- aull-conscvlrllon. dynamiting out rages by the grand Jury ot (he court ot King's bench over which Mr. 3m- llca Felleller li presiding. A true bill was also fouwl ngabst Charles Do-spartllni, the Dc-utlnlon police ageut, who assisted lu the InveBtlga- tloa ot Ibo outrages pad la charged will) attempted murder. AUCTION SALE OF CATTLE M Hit Fairficld, S. W. VI of J 4Vhj o mile S. E. of on THURSDAY, NOV. 8th AT NINE 25 to'5 old, range stock. 15 old heilcrs aiifl steers, e 15 yearlings. rows fresh widi culves al.i'ool, (lairy stock. TERMS CASH MAX ZAITZCV-Owner FREE LUNCH AT NOON PETE LeVALLIE, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE OF. Horses, Cattle and Implements ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM M. A. FREBBTJKGER I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SOUTH WEST QUAHT- ER OF SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 16, RANGE 16, WEST OF THE 4TK MERIDIAN, ONE AND A HALF MILES NORTH EAST OF I11VER BOW POST OFFICE, 20 MILES NORTH EAST OF RETLAW, ON Saturday, November 10th THE'VOLLOWING, TO. WIT: STOCK: Ileglslereil purebred ''Uncle ler know os Bolters horse; 1 registered purehred Clyde mare. "Janib" II years old. (mnro lircil to registered pure bred Clyac 1 reglitereil pure lircd yearling Clyde mare, "Kippln 1 Kentucky wlilp mare, 6 years old; 4 2-rcar old mnrea, In loil; 3 3-years old gcldlngB; 1 mare, nge 9, weight 1200; 2 7, weight 1000; 3 marcs, agp.B, weight 1000; 1 mare, ago G, weight 1000; 2 sucking 10 milch 2 2-year old JiDifcrs; 1 1-ybar old lielfcr; l.Dull, S'monlhE old; 3 cnlvos. 3 2 sets single harsoss; 2 bridles; 3. 10 halters; 1" Hmnlitor. wagon; Z democrats; 2 buBKies; 1 cart; 1 gong plow; 1 Dcerlng LfnuCr; 1 3-dl6C Jbun Deire Disc Ploir; 1 P. ft O. 16.in. sulky plow, 2 bbtlomi; 1 waiving 2 3-'sectIon .steel harrow; 1 12-gaugc WIncheslor u'urap1'sh'ol 32-20 rifle; 1 22 Saraee I'lnlernatlotml cream separator; 1 bundle rack; a quanUlr of linoleum, rugs, nnJ ITouseliold gooos; 200 7-1L-cedar poalB; 5 spools heavy barb 2 spools 4S la. worcn .wire; 1 nejr aback ou skids, 14x14; 500 It. shlplnp lumber; WOO it. luiribor, UlIilG; 50 .-btislicls-oflls; clilckcns; 2 turkeys. A quantity of forks, chains, shovels nn.'l other articles loo numorouB'to mentlon- TERM8: and under cith; over Itiai amount one-fourth cilh and th: balance until October lit, 1911, on approved aecurlty with Intorctt at 8 percent. 6 per cent, discount for SALE Af 1 O'CLOCK SHARP FREE LUNCH AT NOON G.F-PODOLL, Clerk W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer Unreserved AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At the farm ot Edgar Kcsler, f> ..miles soiith cast of Kayiiioiirtj Tovrnship 5, lige. 20, Sec. 26 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I3lii AT SHARP.1! i HORSES: 1 malched'team ot block mares, S weight 3000; 1 matched team of grey rnarea, 7 and S 2EOO; 1 matched team of greymarei, 3 yoars, weight 1 matched team pt bay mares, S nnit T yeira, weight 3260; 1 matched team of grey marcs, 4 Voara, weight 2500; 1 matched learn.of hay marei, 7 and S years, weight 2606; 1 bay mare, 7 yean, welghl'UWO; 1 bay S years, weight UM; 1 bay mare. 8 years, weight 1300; 1 chestnut mare; 8 years, .weight 1300; 1 malclied team honei, 4 yean, weight 2SOO; 1 matched bny marci, 6 and 7 wfjght 2SOO; J: cheslnut insre, 7 ycara, wolglit 1 weight 1300; 1 roan mnrq, 4 years, wilgbl 1350'; i matched team roan geld- fnjn, 'mare, 4 yean, weight 1200; 1 saddlo iuaro, 4 years, nolghl 1100. The above art all broke to worK. Thcso mares hnvc been all brfej 'Regrstered Percheron Slallton, weighing nboul 150C Ibs 10 mares, greyi and blacXe, riling 3 years; 10 gcUllnss, rising 3 years; I 2 ytars; 8 gnldlngs, rising 2 yearn; H suckling colts, mares arid li one of HID bcsl lol of marca and geldings Itial his in AlberlR for somo llrao. A gooil lol lo picji Rejlittrcd Stallion, T.liedus Ne, 10 ytari eld.' OippHl gr.y This stallion wan ilrtd by one of the world') chimplon lUllloru 1 groy mare, 6 ycnra, wclBhl 1400 Ibs. CATTLE: 31 high grille Shorthorn Durham cows from 3 lo 6 years old. All bred lo a ShorUioin Durban bull; lo fat 3 years old, nboul HOO Ibs.; 10 hciferi, rising 3Vyears oW, all bred; 12 sleers, rlelng 2 jeafs; 24 wolnor calv.es, heifers aleers- 2 high grade Durhnm bulls, rising 2 IBejlrtered Durham Bull, filing 3 Those nro of ejlra breeding. A bunch to pick from. ,Thls stock is all in Al condition. IMPLEMENTS: IMcCormlck hinder; 1 JJ-wheel surface pacX- er; .1 HcCormlok mower; l-.McCormlck'ril.c "drill; 1. McCorrolck hay rake; 2 IraWrurgang-. plows 1 hreaW .hoUomjvJ 1 cLlon -farrow; 1. 1 fanning rtllli 1 luniiitt- wagon- 1 ISO M'tf-1 !hl pair of hobsklgtn; .1 dcmocral wagon; 4 inrnoss, wllh breeching; 4 seta plough Jpuhlo harness; 1 slock aadulii; about 12 horse jiKiv., ibaJte; shovels, forks and other'Arllclesiotf numcfpiis (o mentlonf 1 new harrow cart. V EVERYTHINO WILL BE BOLD A3 THE PROPRIETOR HAs RENTED H13TAHM OWING TO ILL HEALTH AS IS TO UTAH. ,TEBMS CASH EOOAB KESLER, w.g6i, dtid sola of iloublo (oem Scenes at the Canadian Front What the Press Agents Say AT THE MAJESTIC Oswald, who 'colneil the ez- presslon "Is tha' a and used U In tha big production of "Aladdin" lael season, Is still using it lo food advantage In "Henpecked Henry" lie musical farce thai wilt be seen at tho Majestic theatre on Monday and Tuesday neil, Nov. 5lh and tlh. The United Producing Company; ynrtRT. whose management this pro- duction Is being offered, liai-e sur- rounded Mr. Oswald this season with a very strong supporting cast anil a big beauty chorus called "The Sun- shine Seitello." Probably DO vehicle r.ould be written that would show Billy Oewald lo bettor .advantage than that of z Henpecked husband.- His stage personality is best suited for a role ot thet sore and with Kalh- ryn Sheldon as tho Itcnpccking wife Ufese two'-'alone could supply comedy for an entire evening, but assisted as they arerhy Beatrice Carmen, also late of the Aladdin company, Howard Murrcll, Lucille Thomas, Ilruce Kent. Stan Browu, and the best costumed cuorus ever seon In the west, an eyen- Ing'B entertainment Is provided that for comedy and novelty, will be-liard to excel. From the lime the curtain rises on the lirst set until It falls at the- finish of the laugh- ter reigns supreme. The plot of the play Is Interesting as well as funny, and a large number of musical num- bers are Interpolated that wllh the excellent voices rendering, coupled with tbe da'nclng and costumes of tho Sunshine SeslcUe make It an enler- talnment that will long be remember- ed. If you havo seen Billy Oswald before you will want to see him again. If not you'- want lo make bis stage acquaintance when lie appears here with "Henpecked Iler.rj'-" AT THE ORfHEIJM a girl, pretty, Short Notice Auction Sale OD Monday, November 5th COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. .At; Wilson's Auction Room, 305 6th Street S. OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL ,1 will sell the (ollnwlue .without, reserve: Furniture, cariiets. rugs, congolcum nigs) Japanese ruga, rag nigs, baby carriages, go- carts and siilkys, flat top' .desk and office. 'snrlng and mattresses, dishes, 1 sectional book case In mission oali. 1 -Icilher. couch, oil heaters, 1 6-bole range, hot water connection, odd toilet ware, pictures arid many other articles and ONE GRAMO- PHONE, ALMOST NEW- j NO RESERVE PHONE 1023 TERMS CASH W. L. WILSON AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At tlie N. K. y4 of Sec. 24-5-W, 3 miles S. oj New Dayton Wednesday, November oughbr AT fp O'CLOCK A.M. CATTLE 1 bull. 3 years old; 4 thor- oughbred Shortborn 4 aod 5 year.i 4 Tnllch'cows; 1 steer, 2 years old; 1 Btecr, i year' oM; 1 heifer, 3 years 1; heifer, 2 years old; 2 heifers. 1 yenrs old; 1 thoroughbred spring calf; 5 olher spring cntres. thorougubred Berkshire boar; 5 brood soiva; 37 spring iilss. I brofru geldloes, 10 yean old; 1 team bleoli mares, 7 .and S years 1 team mares, S jrcars old; 1 team roan mares, 9 years i teim Iron troy geldings, 4 and 7 years old; I bay gelding, 10 yenri old; ,1 groy geldjng, 1 Zycars oW; 1 black stallion, S years bay mare, 10 ycara old; 1 maro, 1 years old; 2 illllca, 2'years old; 1 gelding, 2 years old; 7 colts. 1 year old; 4 spring colU; 1 mire, S years grain anil gear; 3 slrnljlil bcil wagons; 1 wngon -and bed; J bundle ractta; 4 McCormicX- 1 W. A, Woods '1 12-ft. McCormlck raVc; 2 grals Jrllls; plows; 1 .n'Blklng plow; democrat hj-aeciloh fcarrow; 1 ,4 iccllon har- :3 3-ft. illsu-hnrrowi; 1. P. O, seli of harness; riding sndilta; 6 oil nr'ams; forks, snovels, chains, elc. ALSO HOUSEHOLD flOODa AND KITfiHEN FURNITURS, EvtrytWnt will be sold the oro'prfitor Kid hjt farm, i j v FBl'e LUNCH AT. NOON. J. 0. W.ELSH, Praprlttor' L, I. NICKOHofil, Htailquarteri L. F. Bonnell't UK iirn, 14N, young, and full of the joy of life. SuprOEe thai you an orphan, en- tirely dependent upon your own re- Gources, you had worked hard for years in a public library, but still found It Impossible to earn more tban a few dollars Q week. Suppose that you had lo live iu a stuffy board- Ing house, lhat you never had any fun. and, that you were simply con- sumed with, longing lor a rose gar- den. Would you accept tbo olfer of the hand, If not the heart, of a par- alyzed young rollltonnlre and agree to devote yourself lo him and bis whims. In return for a rose garden and; as much money to spend as you wanted? i Thai Is the question which con- fronted Phyllis Bralthwaile and how she answered It, and whe.t happened then will be told at the Orpheum the- atre tonight. Also the big special, Uncle Sam Ashore and Afloat. AT STARLAND Sessue Hayakawa, one of the most talented character and emotional nb- (ors of the screen, is now appearing la the photoplay "Forbidden an original story by Bvo Unsell, adapted for tho screen by the well- known acebarlo atrico de and-.Lelehton Osmun. Scssue Hayakawa Is supported by notable' cast, Including his co-star, Vivian MirUu, Tom Forman, James Kelll, .Paul Welgel, Ernest Jpy. and Carmen'Phillips. This Is Ih'e lirst In wh'tcb these two brilliant Paramount, stars have ever been seen together. "Forbidden Palhs" will appear 'Monday and Tuesday al Slartaad.. i Having made a tremendous suc- cess of bis interpretation of the Mexl-, can bandit In "Th'o Jaguar's Mr. Hayakawa will again prove par- ticularly, interesting In Ibis role be- cause of his reverting lo a Japanese role. The Japanese 'are always sy- nonymous with self-flacrillce. It Is a well known.fact that they consider It llic greatest possible honor to dla for their Mikado and thai death Is to be courted rather than feared.. In "Forbidden Paths" the're is one of the'most heroic sacrifices one man can make for a woman, AT THE EMPRESS- Devotees of the screen will have Bluebird to thank for mother wholly satisfying enttrtalnmenl when "A Stormy Knls'nl" IB presented at the Empress for Ihe last time' 'wllh FranWyn. Faruum. end Brownie, Ver- nbn slars of _ the' occasion. To find something new in photoplay out- comes IB' of Itself, an accomplish loeht and It 'may -well be considered a rurlher achievement If the novelty Is presented In a manner to give eyery possible "punch" to the ,Tarl- oui iltuttlpni. Itltiebird asserfs' that ip A Stormy Knight they hava; de- vised a novelty !a plot snilpfoflfc tloh and Mr. Farallm and nan's put .performances .give assur- ance (hit la the' mitWv 'of' personal effort tberi'wlUhe nolhlnV lacking In artistry or effectiveness. In entertain' Screes Magazine and Some of the manner In', profits war tarpp-'cs In Ihe may.be Bqth.er'ed from tht del lhal ona. large (arming concern In Southern of skirelioldera are Americans, and TThost head ofdco Is In Btiln, ha) been called upon (o pay lil.OOO Into.ihe treasury al Washlng- toh.'- Ai is very ..much than Ihe wir (ax on rroflts on Ih'IV side of (he.company la con- iKUrlng Jnovlng Us head office to I. ktidvti N'OV. Oralo Orpttirc will ttxinlloD In Iteglua loirtrd tkc- l( was ro'ljqwlng a meeting: of of .dfrectora. Two tnoUBafifi 'yii itbrs iftd ieiwiteB are oipoc'cd U> LOCKS.MITHS-Oun barrels slralghleucd, guns restock- ed, euu work done guuimlth. keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonoirapba, any light machinery repaired, lawn zuowera sharpened. D. E. Alacdonald, IndUq Motorcycle Agent, I'hone 1032, 412 4lh Ave. S. "PIANO TUNINQ PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI HOME RE.MKDV fOR womeu's diseases auu nervous dis- orders. Sm'ce.-iElul for 25 years. Lit- erature on request, Mrs. O. Thomas, room 3. Dominion Block. l.efh- bridge, phone 1535. 171-0 MEDICAL GUNSMITHS II. CRII'l'S. EXPKHT I'layer-Plano and Organ Ilepalrer; 10 yeaiV factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assu., London. England. Inferences to the loading inuslc'ans of the city. Phons 116F 1213 Kb Ave. A. South. ________VULCANIZING__________ THE LETIIIIJUDCSE VULCANIZING Works undertake all tire repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out of town orders. E. Chaplin Son. 712 3rd Ave. 3, 3 doors cast of Royal Back. 1384 ______BUILDERS' SUPPLIES BUILDIXO SUPPLIES CEMENT, lime, planter, roofing, plato and window elass, automobile wind- shields. Tbo Western Supply fe Equipment Co.. Ltd.. Fourth Street South. Phone- LQ44, Box 2SS: 10S-0 _ AND DYEINQ TUB IN French Dry Cloanlog. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to gar- ments. Only the highest class -work turned out. No dyeing, immediate aleiillon Is given lo country orders. 32-1 6tli Sired South. Phone 1812. OUH CITY DVB WORKS, JOS SEO- ond Are. S.r will dp any kind of .cleaning ,ao4 .pressing, ladlesf or gents' clothes. Uest of ..work (ruar- make cleaning and press ing our specially.' 157-0 PRIVATE HOSPITALS__ Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1114. Ili Avenue South. Phoue 146. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY, LEADING FUNEH- tl director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven hearsn. Par irfrs, opposite Conrt iioiise. OCtlce phone 551, residence phone 1176. Open day'and nlghL MacKAY fc Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence, SOB 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1S02. Always open, never closed. _______DANCINQ LESSONS____ MISS GLADYS ATTREE HOLDS classes in fancy oriental and' classical dancing for children and, adults at the -Y.H.C.A. every and Friday. For'partlcu lars and appointments ifor private lessons, phone on Thursday and Friday, 1G95. t SECOND HAND STORE. THE NEW ST. LOUIS 2ND HAND Store. Buy and sell clothing.' Tata your clothes there you' can the best prices- 110 Jth St S., Ltlb> bridge. NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth SC N.Funil ture bought and Bold. R'epaJrs neat ly executed.. F. A- Rogers, prop. phone 1155. FARM PRODUCE HAT WIRE AT TJiIi 'nur .decide you to bale and hot sell in.ataclr, al 30 to sell to us and! get top prices Established 10 years. F. 0. Hide GO. FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MBAl.. Inspectors at Raymorid and Whether you waat'lo buy or Mil we will mail yon bur Weekly Mar- ket Card on requesL' V 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING 777 W. J. Lloyd, M8r., Rn. Phone 3W M. R. Hiiell, Acet, Rea. Phone 17S3 ELECTRICAL ENCIMEER H. A. I. K7 ind Contractor, makes of wiring country lighting Coniuttatlou on all tdpda ot trlcal ttk'jire. S. Pboiw 13SS. AUCTIONEER _ IV. WILSON, FARM iSALt Alffl Live, ElocV .Acctloneer. Sales COB dueled .anywhere In the' Pron'nee Terms Write W. 1023. lleSd Wllect's Abe tlon Osllerles, Blenner-Has.et Kftlsomlnlnf, WELU NOTON tMft DEO .Palcien itM ,irefl pilnten In bttlc Kftlsomlnlnf, .Gwwrmi and Sign Writing'. EjtimitM Tire oldest. nfobltahed piln finm O. aW M. AN? i f fAvma, InVMtlfatfemv Elc. i Aeadla Thlr4 AW, Uli. S. PHYSICIAN Surgeon, Accoucher. 3 3; 7-S p.ui. Office 3U Thlra Avenue. I'hunc 1253. Night and houso phoue 1350. __ _ IJltS. McXALLT Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Olllce 319; Jlcsldence 619. Office hours: U to 13 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.80; 1 to 8 pm. WtST DEVKDimTCMlPflELL; 57J? Office, Royal Buk Office bourn: 1 to 3 aftw- nuoiis; 1 to 8 evfnlnES. Phone ncsiuetice phonts: Dr. Catnpfctli HoS; Dr. Roy Dr. Crmgg n Eye, Nose na4'.' Throat; 110 Sherlock Dldg. hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phonw. Office 311: KM- Ideate 593. Dll. P. W. tWLI.ER. and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block oppocite Starland Theatre, lo 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 1.30 lo 3.30 pra. and 7 lo S.30 fjf. Phones: Office 7SO; nlgits 13ZJ J _ MM DENTAL DR. M. J- uate ot Royal College of Dental Sur- geons Toronto and holder of a DOB- Inlon Dental Cortlllcate. rooms 56 IJryan liloclt. Phono 1071. On. L. T. (STlt- cessor to Courtlca i Graduate of (JnlverKlly of Maryland.'- Rooms S-9 Macdoaald Block. Phonn 1165. LflthhrSdga, Alia. )ItS. MARKS AND MARHS-DBK'T'- Islb. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 lo 5. Glflce: Hlg. Inbothum Block- Phone 374. DH. B. G. SIM.MONDS-DENTISf, member ol Iloyal College of Sur- geons. (Bog.) Licentiate Royal Col- lege of Phyalclaas (London) L.DS., 1900. Hours S-12; 1-5. Office 6-S Hlg. InhoUiam Block. Phono 1618. DR. T. W. GHADO- ate Korih Western Dental Ity, Chicago. Office phone 753; res- idence phono 762. Olflcee: Union Jank Building. 159.0 DR. C.' H. Graduate Chicago College ol Den- tal Surgery. Offices, Shepherd Block, opposite Starland Theatre. 'Phono 780. Residence phone 357. DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKlNtT AND PLAtF Sfctt- ing done. Apply Avenue North. _______CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i SM1TH-HYRUM SlfiTH and June B. yon I and want to regain take spinal adluatmenls and -well, Olflce in residence, 903 7th An. S.. opposite Model Bakery, howi 8.30 to 5, 7 lo 9. Phone 1677. DRAMATIC ART- ___ MR37TESSIB IS IN of. Ihe Oratory, Phyalcal Cnl.' f lure, and Dramatle 'Art Departments at Ih'e Conaerra tetir'oi' I Music. Ladles' and chlldrea'i caisa- I now formlns. Also experienced I assistance tor dramatic" clubs, prtr-; I ate elc. Phones, Cpn-J servatory, 765, IIS. I _____________MUSIC MISS A1LEEN M. Playing and Theory; superriiioa of I H. C. C. Salmon.'One hundred; per I piiplls enl-red for tbi'ei I amlnalloDB of taa Royal Academy I and Royal or. En.; last' yaar I Studio, 623 ath Street [RS.'V. H. of I'fand, Harmony tnd' Over Icn years' leaching Sitndlo (ally eqaippad wltH blacky! bpard, keyboard, Jiddar, mod-f ulatlng board, etc. Studio Ill's 6lh I A- South. TWELFTH SEASON I bridge Conservatory of Music ra-1 opens Thursday. August 30Lh. Plaiol Theory, Violin, Orchettrk and Band I Inflrumeots; Mandolin, Banjo, Uku J lele, Gullar, Hawaiian Steel Collar.I Singing, leach-1 eri. Modern methods. Many' I vantages.. Phone 165." IT McQ. YOUNG-TEACHER Theory. Puplla' recii-. all and examinations a tpedaUy.l Al) ppplli ,lrytog tne Tqrduto Con I lerralbry ot Mule Janet were uaod for primary puplli: i i. Albtirta Loan BiocX. 414 A St door south of 'RaaldH.3U 10th SL "EDUCATIONAL; GARIUTT BUSINEM 411[ tui (o'uth, A. Frrach, Clua.beinc -atl nlfbt ichool. loguirs f SborthaiKl, Typewrlllos, BookkMaiaiJ all.Commercial Sabjecti. Wtlee Phbn'e 1111. or Principal Wilts tor Full LUNCH COUNTEII' THE ALBHRTA LUNCH RCJOJf drill. Ill fifth 31. 8. ccoWIn loin. AIM birbef shop.'.-Addlson Props. U? aid WATCH-LOCAtOM water for SHOE Jtmr 'torn Ojf lor iwCM rnik Mile., 611' ith.