Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1017 JTERAI-D PME NIMH OWMNSVtIS CLUB ATI i Vuncourer, Nov. In a speech In which he bespoke a Eifccesiful lulare, His Ejcellewy, the Duke ot Devon- (hire tonight formally opened Iho He- Soldiers' club la llili city. club quarters were crowded by ro- (urued.mun and prominent military of- ficers. and their wires and the Duka WAS glren a tremendous pvatlon at. the conclusion o[ his ad- press und departure. Tie club rooms vere appropriately decorated with the flags o( the allies and hit excellency tpoka from i raised rotunda. Tomorrow's program wlU be a crowd- ed on-i for (he duke. He will a Itor at one of the aaw oillli where he will wllntfa Iho cuttlnjr of sopie biy Largest thai otn be pul through Iho. taws and In tho afternoon lie will visit the shipbuilding yards, later holding fbrlh at Itajtlngi Perk .where be will present medub. tomorrow night for the east. COMMERCE (From Our Own C Commerce, Nov. a num- ber of call- ed up for ewTloe have Joined tho na'-y. Prominent Is H. 0. at- DUaond City. air. Wearer iamght two wccwsfail yeara la Etamoni and In learlEg aJ this will greatly mUted. Wa undtnland1 at ret no one hat bMB lo till the va- cancy. Mr.' Weaver la, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver of Kaynond. Mr. Wallace Oofortal tutor p( IWs church and at Hardier haj tinned up wUL uval 'Allhoucti. he wai not included Itl the flrjl draft yet he fait the at. Wuf and coun- try aad iBWditltly U. Mr. tioforlh la the son 'of Sr. and Mn. Oofortli, ai Cblpi There will day nlait In achool hall, for the oiraMLUM------' Croat Sodetr ta tkte RtT and other froti Coalhsnl wifl adead and ad dreis the will Iw a short procrun. Brerybotly come and help a worllr The weekly mMOat'Or lie Aid will to held at tie hoat ot Mrs MISERABLE FROM STOMACII1ROUBLE W4 ST., MotrrtaUL. "Tor yean, I wai a miwrsbl tnjreiwfroau a TVwii. I had frequwtt and when 7 took food, felt wretched and sleepy. suffered froaa Rheu- matism ditadiuljy, with paiat fa my buk aad, Join U, aid aajr A friend adiped "Frmll-a-UTtX1 aad from lie. outtet, tjooJ. Mr Uui amines I fc ody 1 AUCTION SALE On Thursday Next, Nov. 29 I COMMENCING; AT 10 A.M. ON THE PREMISES, 803 SIXTH AYE. S. FRANK WADDINGT6W INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, WJ-fO IS LEAVING THE CITY, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISEl, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL FURNItURE And ettecls of wild oak dining chain; extend- iiiR dining table; cbeit of S drawera; china cupboard; pak OCCBE tonal .tables; solid oak dreaaen; while enamelled dreaders; -Tery bandsoDie 3ed, contlnuoua poets, irlth cofl snr'igs and felt mattress; bedroom chairs; avrerel good carpet -.eqlibrae; '.rockera; lounge chain; couch; mission oak. library Stable; iBJaiUry wicker easy chalrj; wljltn uimelled ,wlth .tprlhgs aifl Qialir'efa; brass trimmed hede, complete; congoleum nig, abont 30 quarja of canned fruits; feather glass wuria; china plcturet; Hernleai Talking etc. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED TERMS CASH PHONES SELLS WITHOUT LOUIS LA8ME.; Me. a trial ilae, 2oo. At all dedengr sent postpaid bf trUfet Linaitcd. (HUwa. Harper, on Tuutrfay aftemoon of this week. The Red Cross dance been post- poned until December Gth. Arrange- menla are being ma.da to make this better than erer before. The barn, which will soon bo completed contains one of tho best floors In the country. Excellent music will be In attendance: The dance will be held on the .second .floor, while on tho ground floor supper will served- Mr.- and Mrs. John Davis aud family of Ijelnbrldge, have moved to Diamond City. v Ur. and Mra. 11111 ot Tsber, 'were visitors to Commerce on Sunday, bo- 1ns the guests of Mr. end Mrs. ers. Or. and Mrs. LeecS of were the guestf of Mr. loll Mrs. Reid on Sunday. Work' on Diamond Clly mine. Is1 go- x on' steUlly, but: It will bt 50106 time-yet botore operations are begun. In Uie llsl oamoa ol prlzo nera at the Inlernallonil Dry Farming Conirm held at 1'eorla, Illinois, In September, the absence of Alturte (ar- mors was Eoniewhat conspicuous, par- ticularly when compared the bril- liant luecees pf their neighbors la Bn kltchtwaa aad Manltcba. Ia lairneu to Alberta, however, U muet be admit- ted that (be daie at which the exhibi- tion vat held was much too early to of the avenue farmer to- a tullsellon that wouM do ktaa- Ml( aad the prorlnce juitfr.e. Even 1th harvest earlier than usual fills car. It ia nioro tbaa probable Ibat ha eihlMLs from SaEialcheivao and ianltoba irould nor have arrived iu we, had not the governments ol lieaa two provinces, wltli the assist- nee ol the railway companies, made neclal to that end. ADI] le distance from Alberta to Peorte Is cater than from Ilie other prairie rorlnces. There seema lo be little oubt that If Iho farmers In Alberta have anticipated Ihe early bar- est of this year, Uio entry from Ilie rovluce would cot have been BO mall, anil II there had been a little more lime, Alberta's success might ave been as great as that of her Bis- cr provinces. At ony rale; the'suc- CS6 ot Mr. It.' Lucas, of Cayley, .Iberta, fieomB'lo this view. -Mr. Lucas sent a collection, of nd Uarley1 lo Pcorla. -Threshing had" ot bcfun his coHectlon had to e sent and In order that his lu district under Iho new art. Cardsion U In'lho throes of an epl- domlc of Si Kllda has also aa Infections disease, but it Is of a more pleasing nature, than smallpox. A few weeks ago a young farmer dis- appeared tor a short time. When ho returned he had a partner (or life with htm. Last week a young man here lo go 10 LeliiurMge to buy a datenport. Is opeudlug LIs honey- moon la (he U. S. United we eland, divided we tail, Eo bowt-for Uuchaaan, mind lhal'a not all. Vour honor's at so do not delay, llul vote' [or Buchanan and he will clear tho way. a number of youns- men (roin Kllda passed a meJIi-al exanilna. In Lethliridfe lasit week. What e doctor fovjud wrong 1 don'i know, t people round here ety their hearts In the wrons place? Why not buy davunortt STEAMER SPOKANE BEING HAMMERED TO PIECES AyeTOisrSAii; CHT GLASi" On Wednesday, Nov. 28th COMMENCING AT TWO P.M.'- a coni.Btiirimt bt frbim a mvrchut, 19 relfaciulsh.ng bla buBlnwa I ua lnttnictHl''to lell .'OOD- 'slgnmpnl abaolulely (o tho htttest bMdor without WH- cult Jars', fflke baiheta, tutt-er tovgi, Irvll- flib forks, bread abd cake' aete and numero-ai otter .Chtu vA .naucera, fruit aels, sugar and creuna, bulter This suited ChrlBtmiM Buy your ChrltrtmM pretent Also I will offer, for phoruvrftph' 1 coricoleum rug; praBV ryg HIRI; 1 Sinter PHONE J02S dresser; 2 wash, t TERMS CASH Victoria, B.C., Nov. 27. A heavy swell Is htmmerlng the Pacific Steam- ship company's steamer Spokane. aground at Idol Point la MMlbmk Sound, according to wireless received In Victoria toaleaL The ves- sel IB sald'to rolHug with her bow pounding aeilnat Ihe rocks. -The wrecking steamer Georgia, pKtched from Vancouver to a.d the Gpokine, not reached.the Ecene ot the wreck yet, It was report- Jed yetterdtxy bad The 'only TMsel near the Spokane IE .tho Warrior, but MliAfe operatlano "have been deltyedl OB account of the strong i: .Victoria, B.C., NOT. [cftpttona to the Victory loin toUUed total (o dite erf The number ot appllciv loijs" In the Vlctorii dhlrlct numbt'i or tapproxlmmtelj- In tea be populnLlon. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE HOR3EI AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN On Thursday, November 29 AT O'CLOCK 44 HEAD OF MARES AND QCLDINOt: AH brolurii; I tun, I old, 1640 Ifo.; 1 man 7 jutn old, IM4 Ibt.; 1 aara, old, lips Ibji; 1 6 jttrs oM, 13M 1 teu ot mtfet, B and 1 oH, Ibs. 1 team mam, tat 7 ett, not Ibs.; 1 nnd 8 jttft oM, IMd 1 (mii niam, 7 jem old, tltQ Ibs.; 1 team of (tldlnip, I jmn MM 1-tMci ot gtWiift, t aid 3 oW, J6M 1 of (5 and 7 Sid, S200 Ibs.; Ivonc, 11M 1 T bW.illM 1 'at (ridlati, 6 >Mra bU, 2400 1 hwne fltlnj >ean of eqlla, fddliict, 1 and 4 y M HIM OF rtoiee jihT. 'itfthif m; 1 yttt.grtAe trWh.irmn -Ftknury MaJ.iJh. Mitt 1 M, i Jntf, It Ketttr eoiVM, M new; M dwikle I y >.MfTBT, VICTORIA'S LOA14 aro Hgtteuad tmt to tka nwdidw. 1C bn i S-ton action lan ia ax! ftmfUi aad t caaH'Ui tkia siritieal period ia sUlt.. Wowea .win t_ I'tronte Pmcrlptra teir biff Catt, IM Ara, might he there In was neces- ary (or him to thresh Idem by hand, 'he short" perfpi hetn-etn tho time of Ipcnlng and tin dale of the exhibition Id not permlt-of the same, lime being Iven to as would otherwise e given. Notwithstanding ir.ls, Mr. Lucas's eihlblU were awarded the lilrd prlie far'white oala, tUird prize or two-rowed barley, and third priie or field peas, tn the Individual eihlhil eclton. In the dry-farm products ectton, open only to R-esl of he ICOIh meridlED, and grove In the ear 1W, without Irrleatlon, surface r subsurface cultivation, he secured ha second prlie for oats, ftrst prize or rye, and flrol prize (or hrome grass. This Is not (be first time Mr. Lucas .aa wpn prizes at the Dry Farming ;ontfres5. Last rear he won the i'eepstakes for oaU and Ihe second prize, for sli-rowed barley In the cora- helllion open lo the world, and the Irsl prlie for oata and second prlie or barley In the dry farming section At-the Provincial Seed Fair held at Jaipur. he has taken first ilace In oaU for foiir years In sncces- lon.-Lasl year he secured two special >ruwjor oata.at addition o, the special provincial prize for Ihe leBt'aH-roundJiSfcfDlt- Jf. Much ot, his uccesa In winning prfiea he attrlbntea the.faclithttrip hVfl EnlatlonE, [he 'Canadian .Seed Growera' Association, 'of whlcli be a iiuimber. The bulletlni Issued by the live also .been of'rhuch'asEjilance to lftzifva's have' also'ilie roanasfers'of .the ;FarmB. .could .be 10 better of the'yaluelo'f the utbilance farmers may derive' from lieac ud other BOur'ces open'to thehi in Western Capada than ID the cue of MlUIng In yoara.afo, had had no ex Flraiy believing thai all sacceislu .rininc'.operatlDas are-hated bnrllte Lucaa has built up his farm oii'Ulla hae'1 found time [q, uake a. the BTowfng.b fieetl'iraln, been Tery pro him. He maintains the up and selection of'iseef just aa Important na thi up :and'selection of lhe''bes the the herd, Hie soil and the stock should go band in selection he ha produced, on hls'tarni, wheat averng bushela to the.acre and oat 139 the acre., Lucaa btoc apeclallzlng on Marqnls IjadoKa Pres ton wheat, Abundance Two -am Six-rowed, barley, Arthur'Pease rye tlax, brorae 'gri Coin mm CHILD IS CONSUMED at Tongue! Move Poisons From Liver and 3owel at Once. Mother! Your child Isn't naturally rosE and -peevleb. See If tongue la add; this is a sure sigh 11.1 little omach, liver and hon'cU need eanjlnj at once. VVben llat'css, pale, feverish, full of 3ld, bad breath, throal zoro, doeEn'l or acl naturally, has slom- h-a'che, dlpri'hoea, remcuiber, a gen- a liver and bowel.cleansing should waj-a be the KM treatment Nothlnc- equals "California Syrup children's 'Ills; give a ssimonful, and In a few hours all c'foul.Taste, aour blla and (crmetit- B (ood which U clogged In the bow- s passes 6ot o[ the system, and you ave a well' playful child ejaln. All nlldrcii love this liarmlcss. delicious and it never falls to feet a good "inside" cleansing. Di- ctions for babies, children of all ees and grown-ups are plainly on (he oltle. Keep U. handy lu jour home. A little yen today saves a sick child tomor- .but get the genuine.- Ask ycur '-uggiEt (or a bottle of rnla Syrup of Ihcn look and ee that It la made by (ho. California 1g Syrup1 .FURNITURE .ANC KOVING PIANO i I. JPacific Co. D. Ferguton Rooming House Furniture Conii- plete for Sale V ii y ''f r itWfel rnil< SC 9. Horn ri- te good condition. Fmllr and (umlafced, AU nlturc Is tor to person fia; D. ST. HILDA NEWS (h-rorri Our Own Kllda, Nov.. .Thureda aflcrnp'on, NTOT. 22; a roualns'lfleclin In the school house. In th absence .of-the president of tho loca braiKb of the, Tor- Ramtay was.appointed chairman. 1 a le'w.iwftll chosen words the chalrma callod on J. F, Harnllton to addrett th WMllos.. Haaitltoo, (houc.h n< an Ibv flitt gaTft.-hl an able and. -ccmrincln fniiiner. ,.W. A: Buchaaaii foliowe Afr. -Hamilton. He fave a rery fore fat and able-address on ihe.poaltlo B' took In connection wllh the wa .e.'uld, "I voted (or' Cauda to Into'this war, and that that w would Bend men. prepared I bick up and that ta the rea'so I'sapported this act. 1 woald rathe be defatted In .thif elecUoa the rwoect of the men who Jure son pVeneas, He 'went on 1 liate respect he felt.for.l.he Eran old-'aian, but.when It; came'tor hi lUbd.ou the he thia back up frei IjTakfidfng their blood on the ffeld c aU and 'alto that a jOTera'aaenl kite ctatkra thnld.hc foraed to carry, o lo.a snccnatfil Its f of ID Mr. Bichnni M'lU he bad op The folfowlnrf as o4llda.1i Hie axr lUiociatloo tomtt.; RUMT, chaJrwn, A. M. Oflnonr, .HUTh, -.Vr. and Mrs< Richard Hoie lad IfrJrt (o Twc; auadred ajid fifty eniplorees Oeatrc.1 Cartage Couipanlet of Van- UTer are ou for higher d shorter hours. They want n mini um of a day for alue work. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Farm Stock Implements Friday, November 3Oth WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT H. R. JOHNSTON'S FARM, at CRADDOCK SIDING LETHBRIDCe TRAIN ARRIVES IN CRADDOCK AT 10.07 AND SALE STARTS POSITIVELY AT 10.30. CATTLE: 15 head of 3 rear old cowj; 10 of coming 1 year old belfcra; 5 bead pf romlrjg 2 year old steers; 21 ot weiners; C heud of good covrs end heifers; 1 registered Khorthoru cow; K heat] ot food cattle, not described. 100 HEAD QOOO YOUNG MAREB AND GELDINGS: I learn grey iuaresp years old, weight 2TGO; 1 team bay mares. 7 years olO, welebt ISOO; 1 blavk gelding, 3 rears old, weight Hlu; 1 roan xeldlng, 9 years.old, weight 1450; 1 coming year old ftlly; 1 pair brown jeldlcgl, tged S end I yean, -weight 2100; 1 roan gelding, 7 years old, 15Q0; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1250; 1 thoroughbred running mare, 1 bred trotler "Don 1 registered Kentucky saddle Registration papers will be furnished at sale. Balance .of horse slock loo numer- ous to describe but arc all young and heavy wared and geldings and to baruesa. About 30 bead ol good shoals, about 10 Ibs. MACHINERV: 3 good McConutck binders In first class condi- tion; 3 farm wagons, nearly new; 1 P. O. gang nearly new; I good mower and rake; 3 good Coclubutl drills. TERMS CA9H. EVERYBODY COME AND BE HAPPY. BIG FREE LUNCH AT NOON. H. R. JOHNSTON SAM NOBLE, NICHOLSON S. UVALLEY, Auctioneers AING CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE Monday, December 3rd AT TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP At My Farm, 4 N. E. of Lethbridge ON NORTH COALOALE ROAD My entire outfit of Live Stock, Machinery, Small Tools, etc. HORSES: 1 5-year old black Ibs.; I 3-year olrl blnok mare, 1205 Ibs.; I 3 year-old fray mare, 1JOO 3-ycar old bay mare, 1200 Ibs.; 2 4-yeai old' geldings, 140B and-i25tl Ibs.; 1 3- year'old geldings, 1200 Ibsi; 6 2-year old colts; 2 yearling colts; 1 yearling mare; 2 spring colts; 1 aged black more; 1 7-ycar old mare. 1200 Ibs.; 1 B-year old mare, 1200 Ibs.; 1 5-year old eeldlug, 3100 Ibs. CATTLE: i registered Shorlhorn bull, 2 years old; 1 grade Shorthorn bull, yearling; mostly.young slock, including several good milk, cows; 2G.head yearling anil .2 year old heifers; IS head yearling and 2 year old steers; 20.head caWcs._ HOGS: 3 2-year old Berkshire head plgsi 20 to 100. Ibs. IMPLEMENTS: .3 niOTrera In good coEdltfon; 1 .Alasaey-Harrls sldo delivery Decrliig dump 2 iiveep'rakes; V.Van .Brunt press sulky plow, stubble and breaker bottoms; 2 ditch plows; 2 seufflers; I garden beavy wagons, bbi and 2 single 4-secUo'u barrow; 1.land levellor; 1 tanning 1 1 tarft platform scale; quanUty'of rope; 2 s'eU single baroesa; ylse; and to -'.mention.. '--i j-'' CASH Lu'hcH Will be'provided by" 'the- Soroiia 'Society. Proceeds to go fpr '''relief Q. H. LEGLER, Aurttoneer GLASIJEY, OF TWO CAR LOADS OF ELGIAN ad .A AND fill BE ROGERS' SALE BARN, SECOND ST. v 'ALL HIGH CERADE PART IMPORTED DIRECT IOWA. RSE: _ 'i J SEE AleMfHtr.