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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I'UKSDAY, OCTOUKH 30, 1017 THE LETHBIUnOK IUITA HUHALD PAGE SEYEI4 BALE OF COTTON IS VEHV VALUABLE. That Is the proportion of medi- cine coalalDed io Kani-Duli, aail that1 Is wlij- Kam-Iluk'H healing powers are superior to (hose at ordinary ointments, Trtiltflj coutatu but S per cent. uc-dlcfne aod tba animal faL Mr. Josej of Spry Harbor, Tall far Co., K.S.. wrJtcs: "For Jbroe yfar I suffered terribly wllh eczema on my bauds. The Uctlru; vaa to intonso tfcat It Vepl ma nights. I used numeroua so-called eczosa euros, the bands of Dr. on Xov. Slli and 9th ami again on i I.. IVenllss. local head ol Ibft llic 15th and ]GOi. Later dates will arrnrged. The board ivl.l meet dCL-ODd ol Iho oHico Post master ycslerday M- pcrleaced the greatest rush tor rcg- Islration forms of any day since Mini dry Service Act into et- tecl. During Ibe day 4'i were attest- ed. Tho total applications Tor ox- day of next Mier which only lltose registereii will to lo avpear telore tho tribunal. The Medical Board. 'The I ray el DDK medical board com- posed of Captain G. K. Dayllt-Jil, 1'aji- federal bureau, cxiJfdccl lo decide both on Min toyulty (o Oils country aqd Ills lie If. I'KEl'AKE FOR LONG JVAH. HE TELLS U.S. Cleveland. OliUi, Oct. (or Uic war aa it 'were to lie 0 mil II on have now reached u-lillo [lain A- 1L assisted Ly tlvillau j .alt .Mrugglo. keep peace bave reported for service, ,Vr. jpraclhloners will Elarl work In tuilil ships and dtm'l woriy crpects the rush to conllcue jlirlilgo ou Tbursday. Nov. 1 an 2, lo for the big leadership and NTovcuibcr S (a It. All details are ar- uatll the last date for registration, which Is one week from next Satur- day. The llrel Billing ot Iho medical hoard on Thursday ot cxinilne men under Ihe military vice acl ot 1017. Tho JECU lual will go befor board in l.etubrlJgo must have at their i Ihe Italian situation. These were the main points made lodiy by Sir Supliriuon. Kcnl, K.C.U. j 1 "IC leaikr of Hie Uricisli labor mission In j prov- today anS wlio lomorrovv _____ _., this week iously registered at their post will confer at ilic i lumber of rommer. promises 10 be well attended by'for ee.-vlce ?r cHJnullou and must UJD, hijuslrijl and labor represent- work conference lo bo held hero trotal ,iavo orjcred roiei.-ciJ a notico from ilie reg- aljyes c i in .n. 'strar J. JJ Caroca, ot Calgary, not- j ranged and Iho commitlcpj havo, their Avork well In hainl. Indications polut to a Attendance from outslile points, and tho splendid mun Learn led by J. W. Storey, the toys man of Western Canada a sue- .0 re'port for eiauiluatltm. The first elltinE of DJO eicmptlon Hying Ihem to appear for exatnltia- tribunal will LD held iu ihs post of- j lion on a certain dale. Mon. (roin [Ice building ou ThursJay, Nov. Slli, out-oi-Low i] points will be Montreal. Oct. Unfoii government nssocladon of tho dlatrtc of was formed last nlghl with tho object o! assisting (hose can dldates iu Iho illdlrlcl 'ivho ore jilcdg cd lo support the' new govcrntnen ConiLQlltoes were hamcd lo head the l-'rcncli and.the Engllgli-speaklng sect llons.vrlth Louis Talllon. chair man of the Krench section and Huntle> [1. DruQiinond, chairman of (lie Eng- 'cctfon. Hon.C. J. Doherly, jnlul- etcr of Justice, presided. Hon. Alhcrl Sevlguy Bald that In his district of 21 counllea, there Is lo ho a union government candidate In each county. lion. Mr. Sevfgny spoke somewhat bitterly ot the cam- paign of. abuse -'which hid been I.IUD- clieil ngninsl His compalrfots In Que- bec and jiJaccJ them in (also posiLlon of being cowards He attributed thts Lo the politics of a low order. Mr. Scvigny mady a speech ol considerable length, as also did Hon. Mr. Uoherly. Others who spoke were Senator Lesporanca and two Liberals, K.O., and James At last night's me el Ing Ihe C.S. K.T. Mork naa given attention, snd Iho course Is Lolng put Into tie Nolle shape. The physical department and practical talks have teen arranged for the whole season. AY. J, Nelson appointed chairman ot the physical committee "Slim" IVaddlngton per- manent secretary with Geo, W. Inson eccrelary pro (em. and any man who lias not applied lor IrjDsiiortaif.'u (o exemption through the ncl may appear bcfoiD llio e examining TblB i-ban- board by Ihe registrar, baard. the board will ell in Lelh- will bn follnwf ,1 nnly brldue on Nov. 1 and 2, U will by no during Thursday, Friday and Salur- meana piamluv all on theso SWIFT'S SON ACCUSED OF BEING PRO-GERMAN Chicago, Oct. case ot Oo'jnt Mmolio, Bau-in-mw ot'; Louis K. millionaire Is accused ot pro-German actlv- t AUCTION If you are contemplating an auction of your stock and imple- ment it wTil pay you to see Co. A. Stilsworth. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Have, bfen In the business 2B years. Residence, 319 5lh Avenue S. Lethbrldge Vlione 12711 CUT THIS OUT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE RAW LANDS SLAV IN RETURNS Halifax, Oct. Frank Slav In, on P lime rrofesslonal lioxer, who has seen nearly three years' flehllnE has rcturriefl lo (his port. He cnllstca In the Yukon. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PUONE762 For some lime there liave been In- dications that a labor candidate might coolest the Lethbrldgo riding the coming Dominion election. s rumor was crystallized lo a certain extent last night when B special meeting of Ihe Trades and .abort council was held In (he Labor Temple here, nt which scats were given to delegates from the Drother- lood of Ilalhvay Firemen and 'Eriglh- ?ers and otiicr bodies, and at which t was ilecliled to call a convention n I.elhbrldge on November 7th lo discuss the silualion, and, It It la de- cided lo conlesl the election, to nom- inate' a candidate. The opinion wag expressed at tlie meeting uy several of Iho dolegales Ihal, as so many working men are _ illnfi in Ihc Irenches In France and Flanders, they should have rep- resentation In the Dominion Parlia- ment, anu the time was ripe lo make a move in lliat direction. All the unions were represented at last night's meeting except the Brotherhood of Kalhvay Conductors and Trainmen and they were in ses- sion discussing the proposal. Each union throughout Ihu cnllrft constlluency will he alowcd two del- egates at the convention on Novem- ber Tib. i I Might TOMOBBOW J NEXT WEEK? I MADE-ANY PRO- VISION FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO? THEREFORE I WILL APPOINT THE r V The British Canadian Trust Co. (Being a Corporation, Never Dice) 316 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA) No. 39 b Sob COc ICc till The lands offered licrc offer special Inducemenl lo Ihc parties with small capital, also to Ihc parlies who have breaking outllls and can develop. There Is scarcely one piece offered belor.- that provided part was put under cultivation thai would not inaSc from 25 to 100 ocr cant, on Iho investment. These lands aro picked from a great many pieces, core being (alien Ibat all aro worth more than Iho money asied. They nre certainly worth while invest. Igallng from any Investment itolut ol view. Twn. nge. Acres Price 2 14 C40 512.50 cash, bal. arranged. 2 27 4SO J12.00 cash, fenced, 3 snriiiBS, fenced, all lillable. 3 14 320 520.00 3.15.00 cash. 3 14 CiO 515.00 Quarlcr cash, bal. half crop. 52.50 acre cash, 10 years for balance. tlG.50 aero cash, halnncc 5 years. Oltcrs ivanlcd. 51G.OO 52.00 cash, balance half crop. 525.00 Easy terms. 51G.OO Ensy terms, 520.00 acre. 52.00 ncro casli. balance easy. J21.00 acre, f bal. two years. 120.00 55.00 aero J20.00 55.0J acre cash, balance easy. Terci2 to full. J25.5D Terms mil. '23.50 Terms Ir. EJIL 520.00 55.00 bcrc cash. 523.50 aero cash, hal. half crop. 522.50 52.50 acre cash, balance half crop. 31a 5U 54a 51a 51a 31s 7Sb lEc 52b 77e 75u 55a 75b 30a 6 5 E 6 5 C C 6 C 6 S c G. 6 6 C C C 6 C G U G G 6 6 6 e C 14 14 14 12 12. 14 14 14 17 12 n 12 12. 12 12 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 H 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 11 Acres CIO 4SO 320 C40 cyi 1SSO I COO CIO 320 320 160 320 320 CiO t'.O 610 5Jd LUO C40 040 320 4SO 040 320 3iO 350 320 ICO 320 C40 3CO- 640 040 CIO 320 ICO <5.00 acre cash. ual. half crop. ?18.50 51.00 acre care, bal. half cron? 530.00 Sl.OO nci-o tftih. bsl. half crop. 520.00 S2.00 acre cash, lial. half cron. f20.QO Quarter cash, balance 5 years. 52.S.OO 55.00 acre cash, bal. half crop. 520.00 ?2.50 acre cash, bnl. arranged. 523.00 52.00 acre cash, halt crop. (25.00 51.GQ acre cash, hal. half crop. 510.00 5360 cash, us'.. 5100 per year. 520.00 52.00 acre- -siEh, ual: half crop. 525.00 S3.00 aero cash, bal. lialC crop. J20.0D 51500 cash, bal: half crop. 920.00 ?5.00 acre half crop. 55.00 acre catb. bal: half crop. 526.00 cash, bal. half crop. 516.00 cash, bal. arranged. J21.00 cash, halt mile lo station. Twp. lice. Acres Price c 1G f2l.50 casb. bal. arranged. 1'i 12SO J3.00 aero cash, bal. easy terms. C 10 CIO ?25.00 Ileasonable terms. 7 12 C40 J25.CO One tilth cash, balance G yearj. 7 12 320 cash. 40a 7 IK CIO ?IC.OO 52.00 acre, cash. bal. easy. ICc f II 320 522.50 52.50 acre cash. ual. crop payment. CCc 7 14 ICO 513.00 51.000 cash. 3'jc 7 14 150 J1U.OO 55.00 acre cash. bal. arranged. a 7 lli 320 523.00 52.50 acre casli. Ital. arranged. la 7 15 320 51C.OO Sl.OOO cash, bal- nrrangeiJ- 'b 7 17 S25.DO cash, half mile slatlou. S7a 7 17 320 fi'5.00 cash. bal. 4 years. H.nille slatlon. SJe 7 17 WO J25.00 cash. bal. easy term, 9i mile. ElalliiA 1 17 4SO J21.00 cash, bal. easy terms, 2 miles station 7 i7 CIO J3.000 casli. bal. halt crop, 2 miles station. lands In 7-17 are among the best bargains In Soultern Al- berlu. The soil cannot be beaten, free from stone, shallow wells. London. Ocl. Ameri- can congressmen and- tvo senators wore the guesls ot boior at a dinner given last night at the Alneuaeum cluh by the Lord High Chancellor. Sir R. 13. Flnlcy, The guesls Included Premier Lloyd George, Arthur J- Bil- Ifonr, Foreign Mlnletcr; U.S. Ambus- Jsador Page, the Archbishop of Cln- Viscount French, commander of the home forces: Lord Robert Cecil, and tho Right lion. J. W.'Ixrivin'er, speaker of the house. The dinner had been finished 'And .lie guests were-'clialtlng svhen 'warn- ing" of fln olr raid was given. VJscounl Immediately left tbe room, to m followed a few later by the premier. Senators KonrirlcU, ot Wyoming, and Kenyon, ot Iowa, told of their ex- periences on tho steamers on which ihey crossed the whtcfrwiis -iltackecl by fi German submnrllle o'f llin coast of Wales Salurdoy.. ilepre- senlatlves John K. Rogers, of Massa- chusetts, nnd James S. Parker, ot New York, also were aboard the steamer. The eunncrs on the slearaer tired several shots at tho submarine, which came very close to tho'inark. The ly-boat submerged beforo It bAd time to launch a torpedo. END'S FRUIT SALT END'S may be said (o Ijt girdle (he earth, For in almost every clime, and in every land, it is recognized for ils sterling worth in relieving and all of the liver and stomach. Front lha torrid of Brilisli Indin lo Ihe wind-swept COlsla of NOVA Scotia, thousands rety on penile Add refresh- ing And. beneficial action of Rno'j (iMrn in good health. ll _. II Mvocmn tvwrrwHMi SA j Iho land in C-12, S-13 ami C-14 is less than five miles to roll road, and includes some of the choicest wheat laud in Alberta. 72b 75b TCb 5Cd C'Ja. la 70b 1Gb 3SI) SSh 3Sb S7c 13d 13e 23ll 5Sb 47a ISb 70b .50d.. 2Ib 231) 45a 53a 52c ,Twp. 7 S S 5 S 10 10 10 10 Id 10 10 11 11 11 U 11 11 .11.- ir 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 Itgc. IS in 13 14 II 15 17 IS 20 2'J 10 14 14 lo 1C 25 25 15 10 10 21 21 21 .21 22 .IB la 21 20 23 Acres ICO 320 040 320 ICO 320 320 320 ICO 160 ICO ICO ICO 320 C40 ,120 ICO 1410 ICO 23S' 320 C5UO 320 ICO 320 CJO 960 320 G40 320 .640 320 Price ;ic.oo 526.00 517.00 J23.00 520.00 521.00 528.00 535.00 ?25.00 53.00 JS.OO 52LCO 515.00 J10.5D J2.00 acre cash, bal. Half crop, 4 mllej station. Easy terms. Any reasonable terms. J2.00acre cash, bal. half crop. Quarter cash, hal. easy terms. Jl.MO cash, bal. yearly. Very easy terms. One-third cash, balance 2 ye.ars. SZ.OOO cash, balance to suit purchaser. Terms nrraneed. cash, 1 mile Don' Island. i J9.0 Half casli. Tcnus. Jfalf cash. 52.50 ncro cash, hnl. 10 years. cash, bal. easy. North ot river 55.00 acre c.lsti. norlh ot river. Terms lo suit purchaser. cash.. ?11.00 Any reasonable terms, adjoins river. J26.00 cash, reasonable terms. jil.OO to 1C.OO. Easy terms. cash. Terms to sitll. 132.50 casb, balance easy. ?2fl.OO, cash, balance 1 years. ?30.00 Easy lenns, cash, balance.to suit purchaser. 52G.OO. Any reasonable terms. cash, balance easy terms. 51S-00 cash, balance lo bull. 515.00 casb, halancu 10 years. 536.00, fl.OOO cash, balance nrrangcj. IMPROVED FARMS Ottawa, Ocl. Wilfrid Tjar- lor has requested Alexander Smith of Ottawa, to confer nnd adviso iflth dldatfeA on recent amendments lo the Dominion elections net. In Mr. Smile's opinion few pcoplo In cjqbirlo will br dlsniulKlod br the nniend mcnla, hecntiso (here aro feir Ucrnisns or In Ontario naturalized alnea March 3J, 1902. Any porsoii Mr, Rmllli eilds, no matter what hit relig- ious beliefs arc, la not, on Ihe other hand, In' consequence of having applied for exemption from mUllarr serylc'e, dlsfiuallfled from having hta name placed on electoral lists, anil only MennOnUc.a (llsfiujillfled are the Roaa Inn Mcnnonllej who ictllcd In Mani- toba In 1873. "I nin of Iho opinion Mr. Smith slated 10 the Cnnndlan PreM, Limited, "thai sons .born before thplr parent! came to Canadt and who not of ago when (heir'father or moth, er, (is the tlTSd miy be, was nafiiril. linil arc enlKM to role eren Ihchifh tho pardnt Is disqualified. "The, law rtfstlnclly says lhal children ara deerned to bo raluMllud They itM no slops lo fct nalurallzed, Tho law Just put the rjehl on lo (o speak, ns It They wcrd natural born BrIUih Owing to the large sale of Improved farms, o'nr lists nre constantly chang- ing, Jor that reason be useless for us to give too citenslve a list, but here arc .1 few; plcSej at random In dllfcrenl lopallllcs, iirovided the lerma ore not agreeable, Ihese In most cases te changed to suit purchaser. miles, 1760 acres, bsra, small lake, 1300 acres have been broken, 8 miles fence, 516.00 per acre islth very easy tcnna. miles', 320 acres, 130 cultivated, ICO ready for crop. House, 2Ci3J, barn, 14x30; diher buildings, well and windmill, 4 miles 3 wire fence, including full'line machinery, H2.00 per acre, cash, balance arranged; miles, 320 acres, all culllvalcd, 120 summer fallowed, bullillncs. water, etc. Considered one ot Ihe best farms In Albcrt.i. 555.00 acre. cash. miles, 320 ncrca, 300 house 4 rooms, liarn IS head, olher bulHInes, well J35.00, cash. miles, 1900 acres, 1400 630 summer flllo-w, a let fall plowing, house !Sr36 2-stories, barn 56x150, granary 13xGO, 2 .hog hoaaes, ISxGO, blnchsmltli shop nnd lools, chicken house, chiiiftC-uB, house, root cellar, 32 h.p. engine and Ihrcshcr, 12 wagons, cook car', 5 tinders, 2 moivcrs, rnlie, leM.coolier, cream separator, 15 Beta harness, 3 disc harrows. 3 1 S-nollom sluhbla plow, 1 S-liottom breaker, o hunolc racks, shcif loader, 1 10 "i.p. engine, other Implements and lools, 67 call'.e, 35 horsc.6, 1 3-ycar old slalllon, 21 brooil EOIVS, feed for year, 000 bushels and tmshols oats, sheds for stcck, 10 mllca 4 wire fence, 2 E'.fl'is hog wire, running water, can 11 bo cultivated hut EC acres, loam, including everything ncro. Tcrmi arranged. miles. hulldlngs, good f26.00. half cash. -S miles, 12SO acres, SJ3 lo bo cropped, 3 room house, barn well, J27.60. flO.OOO cnsh. lo slatlon, 400 under cultivation, new land, sma! o'uIldlnBs, all slenin plow, good 16.60. cash, balance over term of years, 8 per cent. i miles, 831 acres, 420 ncrcii ready for crop, mile river front J30.00 per acre, 1-5 per cent, balance! 4 years, per ccnL 80D-i640 miles slallon, 650 culllvaled.' First crop tula year, smai; buildings, fenced, acru. miles, 060 acres, all cultivated, 420 ready for crnn. 6 room house, hip roof barn, granary. acre, crop payment. NEW miles, 080 ack'i, 500 cilUlrntcil, 160 ready for crop 4 rooni house, elied 12 horses, all lencert, running, water, several open sections adjoining. )37.50, cash balance crop payment. miles, 610 acres, 250 Mine Price 151.00 per acre, cMiS miles, Improved .Irrigated Inml, (his to will ho divided lo suit purchasers, Is very high alatc of cnllfvadon and will bo sold at low figures, accornlng'10. Improvements, etc., 01 easy tefms from 5.50.00 lo fwr 'Acre'. mile. 160 acres Irrigated, all culllrnled, b-jlldlnga, etc 167.0X1 acre., cash, balance 10 yasM ft'per cent. miles, 320 80 ready for crop louse 16x18. barn. 12 .'loraes, srauarlo, etc. J40.CO. casl bilance S years, t cenl. miles, J20 ncrea, 250 fallowed last year, sll 537.00 Here, cash, bilanee 5 years, 6 per acres, mliea, 60 a'cres cultlvaled llrst crop, aUfcnccd aero, mile, ?20 acres, broken, new fenced, clc tory flno half accllon. 530.00 core. clsh, balance to suit i war. v -V j: miles, 1GO ncrcs, all rcp.dy for ci'op, ?35.00 acre, balance easy terms. mile, G51 acres, COO ciilllvaled, 300 fallowed reafly tor r, fenced, elc. J35.00 ncro. cash, balauce 5 years. njllcs, 320 acres. In very high state cultivation, good builriings, well, lindnilll, clc. 555.00 acre, half cash, balance 3 years. 4 miles, 640 acres, 420 cnlllvatcil, hpuso 6 rooms, barn numerous'other .buildings, fenced, well, etc'. acre, cash balance 4 years. miles, C40. acres ready for crop, fenced, acre, cash, balance 4 years. miles, 610 acres. SCO cultivated, 2-10 ready for crop, hew barn, gopd small house, drilled well, level, no slono, acre'. cash, balance to Bull. I.ols of range adjoining. miles, 12SO acres deeded. 12SO news lento 10 years, 2c per acre lencetl.and.c'rogg fenced, e.vlrn line bulldlngE, lols water, 2SO ucreS'Culllv.itcd.'iiullJlne marhlnery Inclunlng nutpmobllc, some-house- hold goods, 240 Ipns feed, prlco acre deeded free, 60 hc.id good horses each, 220 head gocd caille ;BO.OO.head, half cash, balance 9 years.. acres, 350 broken, 00 fallowed, fenced, water, prlca 51S.OD acres, 529SO cash, balance R years, 6 per cent: C40 acres, all water, small buildings, acres s'ccck-d lo fall rye, balance'to be plowed for 101S crop. 535.00 acre, quorlcr cash, balance easy. miles, 320 acres, extra fine land, nil.cultivated, halMallow- cd Ijbt year, fencctl, small, liulldlnga, 540.00 acre, nille, Ico.ncrcs. .ill culll'raled. buildings, fenced, elc.; Price J35.00 acre. miles, 1EOO acres, nil cultivated; excellent buildings, .water, fenced, etc., 1100 acres' seeded to'tall rye rye Ihe ncro In this vicinity this ot the land for wheat. Price JCfl.OO aero wllh rcaflonahle terms.Ti S60 acres, all under cultivation, house I storey, 28x32x18. 'full basement, verandah and balcony, G0xf2 feet for 33 head horses, large loft aiid oat well and 111 can be cropped (n 1S13. Price ncre with reasonable terms., acres, 12 miles from town, ftlr bujldlngs, fenced, 160 acres ready.for crop, Including 9 head goofl horses and mnchln- err. {SO.CO.'acre, G years 6 per ccnl.-- miles to ready, for crop, fenced, good build- tags; waler, 522.00 balance 5 years G pur cent. AOnES-6 miles acres sutAmer-fallowed, fenced thrco sides. 1206..caslij balance easy (ermsV, miles1 fenced, 270 acres cullf- .valcd, 160 neru crop. Price' cash balance (o suit purchaser, acres, 130 acres under ciilUrolfo.i, houso 16x2J ana kitchen hciifed Vllh ualura! buildings, wolei-, ,Price arranges. hilles, 320 acres, nearly nil cultivated, CO acres summer fallowed, fenced, price ISS.txS'acre; easy terms. 320 culllvutcil, all fenced, good house and cfttp, walcr and windmill, ?SOOO, cash balance a 4 per 640 acr.m, all ready for crop. Price 550.00 acre, i terms. mllM, 1028-acres 320 lease, partly fenced, 154 acres reidy. for crop, T-roonled house, stable 12 hMd, corralls, 3 mllM river, fronlage, this places makes fine rancn as there are thousand acres behind it thai Is roucii, "5 the river.Is.ill.I .Iho parties wlUi Iho rli'er fror.ioeo control lha rest. Price acre, CMhJoOOO, balance over lenu years. y.'.' LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ;