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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HE L'iW'H BRTO GE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN ITINE WILL fl f IIRCHASE, ALLIES ')tinu,-i, April 1,-A report, received li> the department of trade and com-i"i!r town Monday. ' | Secretary of Labor Wilson. NO STRIKES DURING WAR.� Washington, March 30.-An agreement that there shall be no strike* or lock-outs during the war and a recommendation that all industrial disputes he settled by a'government mediation body are the principal provisions of a national war program projected by representatives of capital VULCAN (From the Lomond Press) T. J. Armstrong haB moved back to the famous Lomond district from Salem, Oregon, and purposes building on the Bratton homestead at; Badger Lake which he purchased last fall. > The Lomond Realty Co. report the sale .o� the Jas. Shaw half section to L. P. Reid. Mrs. Mitchell, mother of Mr. Alex. Mitchell of Travers (recently of Lomond) and of Mrs. ,K. R. Saunders of Lomond, died at Okotoks early Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Mr. and MrB. Saunders are now at Oktoks attending the funeral. On his arrival home last Friday from an extended business trip to cities in the eastern States R. A. Ferris gave confirmation to the current report that Mr. Munro had lost his right arm as a resultkof a street car accident happening at Cleveland some time in February. Mr. Munro made a quick recovery from the shock of the unfortunate accident and he travelled back as far as his former home town, Cartwright, Man., when Mr. Kerris relumed. The trustee board of the Travers Methodist Church met last week and decided to instruct the building committee to call for tenders at once and proceed as soon as possible with the erection of the new church. The building will be 32x40 ft," of frame structure with basement. The foundation was laid last fall and the building should be ready for use this spring. (From the Advocate). The depot is now wired for electricity and the new lights have replaced the old oil lamps. Agent Craig has no information to offer as to when the company will proceed with the extension of the freight shed. Fire completely destroyed the house and furniture, a granary and a wagon of Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Lommacaseh on their farm south of town on Friday last at noon. Tho cause of the outbreak is unknown. The committee of the local branch | of the Red Cross society had decided I to make May the 24tli a Red Cross 1 day. ,, In common wth about twenty-seven Dominion land offices throughout Alberta >and Saskatchewan, tl.s Vulcan office has been closed, the Ivartmen'' having concluded that there is not enough business to w.rranl Ub being kept open. AUCTION SALE TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 2,1918 COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. ON THE PREMISES, 508 FIFTH AVE. S. FRANK WAPPINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A8 ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: Round solid oak extending dining table; set solid oak dining /hairs; massive solid oak sideboard; oak secretaire; very fine quarter 'cut oak china cabinet; solid oak rocker; solid oak morris chair; large rocker upholstered in crimson leather; mission oak rocker; lounge; Quarter cut oak pedestal music stand; oak dresser with oval mirror; beautiful brass bed with coil springs and felt mattress; several small rugs and mats; carpet squtrres and good quality carpeting; Hall Safe; 3-burner "New Perfection" oil stove with oven; "Superior Favorite" range in splendid order; quantity of linoleums; kitchen chairs; washing machine and wringer; large oak hall stand with oval mirror; oak side tables; oak dressers and stands; beds, springs and mattresses; toilet ware; blankets; quilts; pillowB; kitchen utensils; pictures; glass ware; also one democrat; about 30 chickens including single comb Brown Leghorns, Buff Orpingtons, etc.; chicken coop 10x10; set of chairs; WAGON AND HARNESS, and SIX GOOD WORK HORSES 12b0 to 1400 lbs. Sound and willing porker*. A chance to secure a few good useful horses. ' PROMPT START AT 10.30 TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" �. * -. �*>�>� March a total ot 14,090, divld- ? ed as follows: Killed or died years old; 2 black geldings, in years old: 1 .black gelding. S years old; 1 black gelding, 12 years old; 1 gray gelding. S years old: 1 bay gelding, 3 years old; 1 brown gelding, 3 years old; 1 bay colt. 2 years old; 2 black colts, ] year old; 2 suckers; 1 saddle horse. i! years: old. CATTLE: 3 milch cows; 1 cow with calf at. foot; 3 3-year old heifers; 3 2-year old heifers; 4 calves; 1 2-year old bull. HOGS: 5 2-year old brood sows; 1 S-nionth old brood sow; 2 8-month old boars. MACHINERY: 1 Kentucky press drill, new; 2 binders; 2 gang plows; .1 disc plow; 1 harrow; 2 8-ioot discs; t wagon and rack; i box wagon: 1 tank wagon ami -jump; 1 sleigh and box; 8 sets of work harness; 1 stuck oat. sheaves. Some household - goods and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH . FREE LUNCH AT NOON CHAS. F. SINDLINGER, Owner L. 1 NICHOLSON, of Lethbridge,g MR. McDONALD, Auctioneer Clerk FARM LABOR The Provincial] Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE i To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure kelp should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this fre*e service. Phone 1603 UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm I will sell by Public Auction, 12 miles east of New Dayton, 13 miles north of Warner and 6 miles west of Wrentham, on Saturday, April 6th, 1918 AT TEN O'CLOCK -SHARP HORSES: 1 bay horse, 14 years old, weight 1360; 1 bay horse, 7 years old, weight 1250; 1 bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1200; 1 hay mare, 9 years old, weight 1200; 1 white horse, 14 years old, weight 1400; 1 black riding pony, weight 300; 1 pinto riding pony, weight 900; 1 Clyde stallion with papers. 10* years old, weight ,1�S0; 1 lir.v horse. 10 years.old, wejlgbt 1100; 1 bay horse, 8 years old. weight 1600; 1 bay hdVse, 3 years old, weight 1150; 1 roan norse, 3 years old. weight 1100; 1 sorrel gelding, 4 years old. weight 1400; 1 bay gelding, 12 years old, weight 1400; 6 or 1 other good work horses not described. CATTLE: 1 registered Shorthorn bull, fi years old; 1 registered bull, 4 years; 1 white face bull, nearly eligible to register; 1 good milk cow fresh, 3 years; 10 cows, age from 8 to 7 years. i FARM IMPLEMENTS: 6 good binders, ,4 JtcMormick and 2 Deering; 2 old binders; 1 McCormlek mower and rake; 1 Coeksbutt cultivator; 1 14-inch John Deer gang; 1 16-inch John Deere sulky; 1 Hart-Parr engine 3Q-60; 1 Pioneer 15-30 gas engine, nearly new; 1 4-bottoin LaCrosse selt lift engine gang complete with stubble and breaker bottoms and 1 extra share tor each plow; 1 5-section harrow; 1 4-section harrow; 1 3-section harrow; 1 Acme harrow; 5 new wagons suitable for bundle rack or a handy farm wagon; 1 new iron wheel wagon; 1 John Deere manure spreader, nearly new; 2 bundle racks and wagons; 2 bundle .racks; 1 set blacksmith tools; 1 new 8>,4 Winona wagon with Winona,125 bushel grain tank; ;: disc harrowB, 6 and 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe press drill; 1 'democrat and 1 buggy; 4 sets of good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 1 potato cultieator; 1 iron float, 12 feet; 4 Hansman engine binder hitches; 1 scalding vat, grindstone, pitch forks and other articles too numerous to mention; 1 1500-lb. truck scale; 1 Fairbanks wagon scale, 10,000 lbs., absolutely new not unpacked from factory; 3 Van Brunt double disc press drills, nearly new, and 1 5-horse Galloway Uas Kngine and drain Loader located at Wrentham Station. Parties interested may inspect same before day-of sale. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new! 2 churns; 5 iron bedsteads, brass trimmed, mattresses and springs; 1 sofa; 3 heating stoves; 1. higli oven range; 1 McClary range; 1 sideboard; 1 dresser; 1 writing desk; 1 kitchen cabinet; 2 gasoline stoves; cupboards; tables; chairs and other household articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: All sum* of $10.00 and under, CASH; over that amounts credit to November 1*t, 1918. Purchaser giving note with approved aocurity, bearing 8% Interest from date. 10% discount for cash on credit amounts. FREE LUNCH AT NOON L. (. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer KE8SLER BROS., Proprietor* M. Q. GORDON, Clerk 4056?0 ;