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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, NOVRMtlEH 7. 1017 THK LKTHHRflJOK UAIT.T HERAI-H PAGE SEVEN MAYOR M1TCHEL IS PHILOSOPHICAL, New York, Nov. Mayor was apparently In good spirits when he reached Ihe city boll today. "It's over, and now down 10 business lu the mayor's office." lie said. He re- fused lo discuss Us plans lor the fut- uro, denying, however that ho know of anything of a reported offer lo him ol a high commission in tbu army. CROSS IN WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Nov. O. W. Cross, ol Edmonton, la exjieclwl to ar- rive In Winnipeg tomorrow and will nddresa the Laurler Liberal conven- tion tor South Wlnulpeif at night, it la oipectcd Ib9t X. T. McMillan be (ho. Laurler candidate lor South Winnipeg. DOJ-B ot Iho 'leen Bgo In great num- bers will Invade the city tomorrow at- leruuoD and night, to attend, the big boys'work conference which opens Friday evening. Tile leadership con- are being held tomorrow evening and Friday. This Is the first boys' work gather- lug l.etbbrldge has had the honor of entertaining, and the citizens bo AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS The nmlcrsigneiVwllI sell by Public Auction at Sec. mile south of Turin P.O. ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14th AT 1 O'CLOCK HORSES 1 black marc, 10 years old; In fool, UOO Ibs.; 1 black mare, 3 years old. In foal, 1400 Ibs.; 1 bay marc, 0 rears old, in foal, 1501 Jba.i 1 bay mare, 7 ycnrs old. 1500 Ibs.; 1 lilack marc, 4 years old. In foal, 1400 Ibs.; 1 black marc, 3 years old, IB foal, 1300 Iba.; 2 black seldlnEa, coming 3 years old; 2 marcs coming 2 ycara old; 1 black colt, 6 monllis old; 1 bay coll, 4 monlhe old; 1 black geldlnc, 9 years old, 1000 Ibs. CATTLE 1 red cow, 4 years old; 1 spoiled cow, S yoara old; I rod cow, 3 years old; 1 steer coming 2 years old; 1 heifer coming 2 years old; 6 spring calves. TERMS CASH MART FLOOD, Owner FREE LUNCH AT NOON B. B. SPENCER, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE OF CATTLE the farm of W. S. FairfieW, S. W. }4 of S. TOMORROW, THURStJAY AT 25 5 range stock. V 15 2-year old heifers and steers. 15 yearlings. 5 cows fresh with calves nt foot, flairy'stock. V TERMS CASH FREE LUNCH :AT NOON MAX ZA1TZEV, Owner PETE LeVALLIE, Auctioneer privileged to see bow young Canadian! ara taking UoU ol Itifir owa affairs anil Incidentally Icarnlag how to be- come HOI thy dllzenB ol the tutute. Tte boys tlicmsclves laVe charge ot most ol the tealures ot tbclr conven- tion, and this Is one ot the ble Ideas ot the convention and the boys' work In seuerat under tlie Canadian Slandaril TcstB. Over 400 boys are eipectcd to at- tend the conlcrenco and ot these there will be at least 300 trom the oulaldo. Lelhlirideo boys arc rallying lo tiia work of entertaining their young Irlends and of them a ,good place LcUibrtdgo IB and what a good time they can ho (slven here. Uojs1 work leaders will lie here are renowned over Canada and wJll giro addresses of help In Ibis work. Tho boys themselves will have a big share In Ibe program of the confer enccs. The following la the duty list of tbc local boys for meeting the trains and trains Calgary, Join Denoon lu charge and five boys BCleclcd by himself. a.m. Crow East bourn J. Ison In charge. Meet at Foot ToEgery. am. ProsECr __each, Mcllvena, Wellington. Dcnoon west ii'addlng'o in chai ;c. Meet at sta lion with ca E It possible. Jllgin McClcnbaglmn and Cum mlrjg'. a.m. meet sleeper Calgary Cummlngs In charge, Jas Adams, Cyril Hou.t, Lennor Da) Cecil Uonll, Syd Ingrain, Lloyd Dun ham, Douglas Blwln and James Llvle a.m. Cardslon [rain lu charg Herbert ilcClennaghan- Boys meet a Wesley Hall tlitrly minutes hcfor Iraln time. Ear) Ulckle, Leouai 1 Downing, Will I'alchlng, John Oliver Dennis ftlacleotl, Wllhert Fearaon, Ber Collier, Cyril Wellington. I p.m. Calgary Hlghlnliolhsm In charge. Doys mee at Wesley Hall thirty minutes bcfor train lime. Roy Fetter, Harold Kemm Frank Calbrailu, Thos. Andrew, .Jas Thonlpson, Ernesl Thorbur DtcXIe, Dudley Seltzer. y.m. Calgary Squad as above In charge of Lyle Cum mlngs. Meet at AVesley Hall at p.m.' p.m. Medicine Hat 2 Squad In charge of Herbert Mi Clennaghan. Meet at Wesley Ha PROM Unreserved AUCTION FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At the farm of Edgar Kcsler, 6 miles south east of Raymond, Township 5, Kge. 20, Sec. 20 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th AT TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES: 1 matched team ot blacX 'mnrei, 7 8 year, weight 3000; 1 matched team of grey roares, V tnd S years, height 2SOO; 1 matched teum of grey marcs, 3 years, veteht 1 matched team of bay mares. 5 and 7 years, weight.' .00; 1 matched team of grey, mares, 4 years, weight 250U; 1 mntct 'd learn of bay mares, 7 8 years, weight 2SDO; 1 bay mire, 7 yl .re, weight. 1600; 1 bay raare, B Vrelghl'UOD; 1 bay maro, S ears, weight 1300; 1 chestnut mare, 8 years, .Tolghl 1300; 1 match1 J team horsei, 4 weight 2800; 1 matched team bay and 7 years, weight' r chestnut mare, 7 years, weight 13Xk; 1 grey mare, S years, weight J300; 1 roan mare. years, weight 1300; 1 matched team, roan geld- ings, 4 years, weight ZSOO; .1 biy marc, 4 years, wash'..1200; 1- afcddle mtire, 4 years, weight 1100. The above nro: all broke to work. mnrea have been all bred to a Registered Percheron weighing about 1900 His.; 10 mares, grera and blacks, rising 3 yean; 10 geldings, rising 3 years; S mares, rising 2 yeari; S geldlng.q, rising 2 years; 14 suckling colls, jnnres and geldings. This 19 one of tho best lot of marcs and geldings thai has been offered In Alberln for gome lime. A good lot to pick from. ,1 RegliUrcd Ptrcheron Stilllon, Thcdul 2nd, No. 60587, 10 yiart old. Dappled grey. Thli'ilalllon was tired by one of the world's chirnplon italllani. 1 grey marc, years, weight HOD Ilia. CATTLE: 37 lijgh grnde Shorthorn Durham cows from 3 lo 6 yenrfl old. All bred lo a Shorthorii Durham1 bull; 10 fat slcera, 3 years old, nliout 1400 Ibs.; 10 heifers, rising 3 years bred; li.olecra. rising 2 years; 2J welner calves, heifers nnd steers; 2 hfgh grade Durham z ifiegisief-io Svttm Sail, ruins 3 These arc of oilra breeding. A good Ijuudi to pick from. This sloek IsBll In Al i IMPLEMENTS: IMcCormlck binder; 1 J2-wheel eiirfaco' pack- er; 1 McCormlck mower; 1 McCorrnlck disc drill; .1. McConnlck raXe; Z seta 20-foot, Iron harrows; Z Imperial gang plows; 1 bfcakor hoKomj Z Jiassoy-iinrris dmc Csnton disc harrow; 1 walking plough; 1 faanlne mill; 1 lumber wagon; 1 160- mlslicl lank, nearly now; 1 SljidcbsMr wagon nnd j biindlo and rack; 1 light pair of bobsleighs; 1 democnl wnjonj'l lets of double Uim-harness, .vllh 'Keechlig; 4 sets team plough hirncsa; I set light doublo harncu; 1 etotk BBddlo; nboul 12 horso collars, long straw mnkc; shovels, forks and articles loo numerous la Mention; 1 new carl. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS -THE HAS RENTED FARM OWING TO ILL HEALTH HE 18 fiOINO TO UTAH. EDGAR KE8LIR, J. A. SMITH AiKlteneerV. L, Crtrf r, over Hfty de! 'tMeAembracing Ihe lejatloAB Iroii Vesr'evillc, Djyalan'l, imroEe and. left (ho niccltng ad expression of disapproval. The ilance of the delegates remained and lected. II. c-i-M.I'., as tuo ,urler candidate uritr a ballot wllh r. Connelley, of Mundare. J. H. olden, eiOI.I'.P., was Dominated but Mied to stand ae a I.aurkr Liberal. e may be nOLiilQateil tho unionist tLo' convention lomcrrow. ffotti aro tielcg made the l.aur- r Liberals lo litduic who Is running in this Veal as Kon-Partlsan. lu retire, as they link they have a bitter ibaucc in a ralght light. Keeling runs high la e Victoria seat anil Ihe belter ele- ent ot the Liberal party Is slid to bo largely In favor of uulon govern- ment. Jlon. F. Oliver was prcaeht at the rnnventlon, and spoke for an hour. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Recruits having: passed the highest medical standard iu Ihls dktiii'l lor i _____________VIAW_____________ women's distascj and nervous dls orders, .Successful fur 25 years. Lit l-ralure on request, Mrs. 0. Thoiius loom Xo. 'j. Dominion I.eth- bridge. MEDICAL service can be accepted for Hit l Navy Canadian YoluiiUcr for GUNSMITHS Ibo Pacific subdivision vcllh head quarters at Ksquiaiaull. until further notice. Full particulars may bo hud at the naval recrulllug office, Victoria Mansions, from Mr. Downer. Tbe Tone Hai Come lo Deal With Conu ba Scientific W.y Tail HWi Method. NotTbitMu'i Let An Expert Deal With Corns Ask who makes it before you use a method for ending corns.' Harsh methods are not sanctioned now. Mussy meth- ods are unnecessary. Sore- ness never need occur. Bine-jay was invented by a chemist of high repute. It is made by a concern of world- wide fame as a maker of sur- gical dressings. Its action is gentle and re- cults are sure. It acts on the com alone, not on the healthy tissue. Apply it as iron wrap a cut That Slop PamlnilanUy End Corni Completely 25c PAclujes Driif fUU discomfort- In two days the corn disappears. Sometimes an old, tough corn needs a. second application. But no com can resist this method. It is sure to go. Millions of people know this. At the first sign of a corn they apply a Blue-jay. Corn pains ntver botherthcm. You will always do like- wise when you .see the re- sults. Onetrial will convince you. It mean? so much, and costs so little, that we urge you to make it now. Dealwithone corn tonight. Corn Plaaten How Acto B IB the BftQ TTU. irfaEch cenlly Ibe ccrn. Usually U lakes only 41 hoars lo end the corn com- D IB which rtlckg vreUlng. It wraps around tho lot and roikea Iba pluter anug Bod action la gentle, and A la R 0eft pia which Mops corn So the corn dba hb pain rellcTlng1 ILi prtisurt. Trllhoui COTESCU. gel of the Lie Tin a ii guns and te days, or rather In a few hours th village will share the fate cf othe J and will consist ot nothing but heap of broken ami Hum Make No Effort .British Front In Belgium, Nov. 7. Ite Associated Marshall Von HlndenbuiE'a stera fidl that it the German's'lost Pa'aachend'ae village It must, be retaken at alt coi has not stirred his beaten bacR troo to action up to Ibis morning. The'] tropjd Cankdlans'wcre. still 3Undln aa they had twenty hours, aloof a Uric tvelV beyond this vital (bough rain drenched and shivering, under tbc Wtlog autumn wJnd ID Lhefr muddy faslneises. Every, hour made IhG-Bfltlsli posi- 'U on a on the front ot Paaschendaele, Mosselmarkl, and Caeberg stronger, for the work of consolidation proceed- ed apace during most ol yesterday BDL. all ot loal nlfiht. Passclicndaele, splret not long ago picturesquely attlnit the sky from their elevated-position; Is now a memory. Tie little hamlet has all.but disappeared nnder the de- luge of sheila. It not the village that counted, but Its cnvlabla From It one can sec a great distance out across and the possibilit- ies for artillery work from here are wide In scope. A MEETING of the Supporters of Union in the City of Lethbridge WILL BE HELD IN ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL On FRIDAY EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK To Elect Delegates to, the Union Con- vention to be held on Monday Next, and also to perfect a Union Organiza- tion: for the City. straightened, guns restock- ed. gun work done by a gunsmith keys made. lyeks repaired, bh'ycies lypc-wifiors, iihouoEi-apha, any light lilnt-ry repaired. lawn mowers hharijeiK-d. K. Macdoiiall. Indian Mulorcyclc Ageut, 1'lioue 412 llh Ave. S. ft. _ Hayci-.rianu aud Organ Jtepalrer; iO c-aueriL-nce. Hon- ours Cerltricate M.T. Londou, llofvrL'iitOa to the leading musicians ot the I'hone 11CS till Ave. A. Sjuili. _______VULCANIZINS '11 llmlm] A N Works undi'rtaKi all tire repairing. All >vurk suarautoeJ. Freight paid oue on out of town orders. Chaplin Son. "12 3rd Ave. S.. 3 doors east of Iloyal Unnk. 138-0 BUILDERS1 SUPPLIES lime, plaster, roofing, plate anu window glass, aulomobite wind Eblc.ds. The Western Supply KquipjiienL Co.. Ltd.. Fourth Sirccl South. I'lione 10n. Box 2DS. 10S-0 W. S. PHYSICIAN Surgeon. Accoucner. -Hourg p-in. Office 9H Third Avenue. I'hone 1253. Night and house phone 1250. 5itsrcOXXOlT McXALLY ion-OIficc. 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Itesldepco My. Office hours: 11 to J2 B.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 pin. t Office. Royal' Hani llulldlug. Office 1 lo 3 alleri noons; 7 to 8 evenings. Paono 505. Residence phones: Dr. -Campbell- 135S; Dr. Itoy COD; Dr. Cragj lltf. Throat; 115 Sherlock nldg. Ollice hours 2--S; evenlugs by aji- polntment. Puoacs: Ollice 311; Res- idence 593. Bit P. W. TUL'l.Elt. PIIVSICIA.S aud Surgeon. Office Shcppard Olock opposite Slarlond Thfatre, rooms fi to 4. Olllce hours: H to 13 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 P.III. and 7 to S.30 p.m. Phones: Oftlce ISO; Residence Slh St. S., Phone 1491. DENTAL 1ST GRAB-, uale of Royal College of Dental Sur- geons Toronto and holder of a Dom- inion Dental Certificate. Olflce: rooms 5-G Dryan Block. Phono 1021. CLEANING AND DYEING IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to gar m'cnts. Only the highest class turned out. No dyeing. Immedlnl' atenllon is given lo country orders 321 Cth Slrcet Souin. I'hone 1512. Pressing, Re- pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. call for and deliver goods. 410 Ctli Street South. Phone "PRl'VATE HOSPITALS VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and -Maternity Home. 7lh Avenue South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING_________ FUNER- el director and licensed embalraer, 1 motor or horse driven hearses. Par lors, opposite Court House. Office phone 501, residence phone 1176. Open day and niglil. MacKAY t Directors and Practical Embolmers; olficc and residence, SOS 3rd Avenue S. Phone IS02. Always open, never closed. Uft. cessor lo Dr3- Courtlcc OraduaKv ol University o[ Maryland. Rooms Macdonald Block. Phone 11C5. LelhbrMge, Alia.________ AND MABiiS-DEXT- IslE. Successors lo Drs.' Stewart and McCIuro. Ifoure 9 10 5. Office: lllg- inLoibara IJIock. Phone 374. Ult. K. member of Iloyal College ot. Sur- geons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Col- lego of Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1900. Hours 0-12; 1-5. Office 0-S life- inbotham mock. I'Loce 1S1C. atc Xorlh Western Unlverg- Ity, Chicago. Olflce iihone 7S5; res- idence phone 752. OUIccs: Union Hank lluilillng._____________. ISS-0 O- Graduate Chicago College of Den- tal Surgery. Offices. Shepherd opposite Slarland Theatre. Phone 7SO. Residence phone 387. DANCING HISS GLADYS ATTREB holds clas ses at the Y. M. C..A. for ball room, classical and fancy dancing for cbil dren and. adults. Half term com rnenCBS this week. Phone 1G95. SECOND HAND STORE. THE NEW ST. LOUIS 2ND HAND Store. Buy and sell clothing. Take your clothes Uiere-you cau get the best prices. 11C lib St. S., Lelli- nrldec. :tTH fTORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furnl lure bought and sold. Repairs neat ly executed. F. A. Rogers, prop. Tele plione 1155.__________. i6C-6 Edmonton, Nov. a lively tlmo nt the Liberal contention' for the consllluency ot Victoria al To- field yesterday. About ono hundred Rnrt forty 'delegates were present when It ivas 'decided to nomlnfttd' candidate supporting Sir Wilfrid VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON rinST CLASS. SOO Iniortooslr.' fur- nlahetl rooms, Ono blocV (rom C3.P.R, Hotel, In the heart of Iho iip-toirn business section. Huom 4l." and J1.50 only. The Woods Hotel Under same management, as BARRON S'nncouvcT'n oldest nnd- best Irbovn hotel. In (ho heart of clown-Iowa bus- iness sMllon (noil D. (J. Klcclrlo pot.) Single rooms, f 1.00. II 60 W. D. Wood, llsr. Wrlto for dons.' TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE TO CON- TEST THE FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY ov In Support of Union, Government WILL BE HELD On Monday iAfternoon, ;AT i.3uF, Jj, IN THE K. of P. 1IALL, FIFril ST. All of Union. Government arc inv'itcdlo "Oob" SAVE THE FARM PRODUCE CHIROPRACTORS SMITH and June you are sick qnd want lo regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office in residence, 003 TUi'Aye. S., opposite Model Dakcry, hours 5.50 to 5, 7 to 9. Plione 15J7. MUSIC JI1SS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C--Salmon. One hundred per cent of pupils entered for" tho e.i- aminatlons of the Iloyal Academy nnd Moyal College' o[ Lon- don, En., last year-were Studio, C23 9lh Street South. BIBS. W. II. of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching eipertericc. Studio Cully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod- ulaling board, otc. Studio 1226.5th Are. A- South. IAV WIRE AT .wholesale cost! Tb'lg may decld; you lo bale and not sell In slack, al so to-aelt to us'nnd-get lop prices. Established 10 years. P. O. -Hyde Co. TWELFTH SEASON OF THE LB7TH- bridge Conservalory of 'Mualc re-, opens Thursday, August 30th? Piano- Theory, Violin, Orchestra and Band', Instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, .TJtu- lele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. SIrijing, Elocution. Certified teach- ers. Modern methods. Many free id- vantages. Phone 765. 18H) FAUM PRODUCTS LIMITED VHOl.ESAUB HAY, POTATOES AND iLFALPA 31BAL. Inspectors nt Coaldnle, LelbbridBe, Raymond nnd Magralh, Whelher you wanl to buy or sell we raail yeu our Weekly Mar- ket Cnrd on request. 301 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lelnbrldge Phone 777 H. JlcG. OK Vplce, Piano, Theory. (Pupils' recit- als and cxamlnaLlons a specialty'. All pupils trying Toronto COB- serratory of Music eiama. last June successful Technlqao-claTlor: used for primary pupils. SLudlp room 1, Alberta Loan-niock. 414 A Fifth St. S. first door south of-Crpnemn Resides 310 JOlb. St. EDUCATIONAL. V.' J. LliyrJ, Res. Phone' 365 ,i. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER CA.1BUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 ath St. South, LethVridflt A French Class being organized al-. night school. Inquire now. Shorthand, Typewriting, Boolffeeeptnr, and all Commercial Subjects.J Office Phone 1315 Residence. Phone or Prlncleil 1031. While for Full InformaUon. I. 11. McELYBA, ASSOC. A. f. B. B., Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specially of wiring country homes and Installing lighting plants. Constitutions on nil elec- trical work, 1201 4th Ave. a. Phone 1S83. AUCTIONEER__________ j. U WILSON, FARM SALE ANfl Live Slock Auctioneer. Sates con- ducted anywhere In the Province. Terms reasonable. Write or phone 102J. Head office nt Wilson's Auc- Llon Gailcrlcs... Dlcnncr-llaBuett Block, Lethliildge, AKa. DECORATING _____ DEO- or.ilors, Palnlera KnlsomlnlnB, General .pecbratlng nnd Sign Wrltlitfe. Estimates given The oldest established painters In Lelhbrldge. lies. Phone H72; offldo phone 1752, Sherlock 'L bridge, Alta. j "P. HENDERiON, REID AND PATEMON CntrHtrtd Audltl, Invitdjitloni, Etc. Municipal, Mining, EYES J W d LUNCH COUNTER TUB ALDBRTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth SI. S. Tho only whits coob3 In townr Also and barber shop. Addlson and Butts, Propa, Telephone 1827. 1S9-0 WATER LOCATOR WATER CAiV LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davles, iN'oblcford. 174 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for 'your shoo repairs. Worlt. dcnw iromntly. Orders called for and Je- tfvercd, Frank Miles, 6U ;