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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. 1M8 n>- i.KMTww>r.rc ivmi.y iiihai.d PAf.E SF,VF.N f TAKE KNIGHT LAND AdvHnre (tiiard Now Looking it *� Over-Also Big Lund Firm   GUAM IN OREAD New Yolk. NY.. Apr 3. As tho result of many complain'* of glasu bring found in bread and Hour, (he federal food board linn ordered Brooklyn bakeries to discharge Germans in tiii'lr employ. It became known today. On'' large con crrn if ported tliat it had discharged two Herman employ ees. ARE LUCKY TO BE SniKiiern Alboita'r unprcrednnfed Influx >f bow settlers raay shortly include the movement from North Dakota of a whole Mennonlte colony. If a deal now pending is coitsumatert | Tlic Mennonlte Invasion from across | the line Is connected with the Knight ! ranch, which wan reported on Tu�>s- I day ns having been sold to the Hover] I.nttd Co . the larRest land selling or ! JtMiii^Htion went of the Mltttiissippi j If l he advance guird of 11 leaders! of tlie colony who arc now in the south country looking over tho rauch, re-potts favorably to the heitd of the j colony on their return to North I Dakota, then the whole il'J.oih) acres i Comprising thf ranch wilt he nettled , hy those people who will come up i here prepared to put the whole mca ) under cultivation or stock In this, event the project will he the biggtvt I single settlement scheme ever launch i tl in Southern Alhcrta. or Western CanadK for that mutter  Big Selling Campaign I If. however, the MciitumltfN do not fuko up the land, the Hover Lund e turned from ram u 1 tik land Into one of the mosi prod tic tlve settlements In Southern Alberta, greatly increasing tiie 11 mount ot pro ductlvfl land udjacetu to Lethbridge and tiie Cardstou branch Last year the Hover Land in t l2.tl0U.0tl0 worth of land in the I'liiteu States, but Mr. Hover told the Iu-raid that the company had turned It- eyes to Southern Alberta this year for the simple reason thut three out of every five landseokot'H with whom the company's agents talked this spring said Ihey were coming to Southern Alberta to locate .Mr. Hover s.ivs tins country is now in Km second great stage of fettletuent. The first stage was the rush of settlers aft;>r free Innd. The present stage is the rush of settlers with money who wish lo obtain good :and close to the railway.-;. They will bring in millions of dollars in money and equipment to add to the capital and development of Southern Alhertu this year. L FLEETWOOD TO Thou Fleetwood, assistant to Trea surer Karris, will he the next city treasurer Thourh no definite action was taken at tlie special meetlni; of the city council on Tuesday aftci noon when the -tuhject tome up i'or discussion, Mr Karris' resignution was accepted and the commissioner* were all of the opinion thai Mr. Fleetwood should be ,'.'|ven n (haute to make pood The appointment temporarily i-: ill,',' repelled at o;.l\ ice- ;mr io-.I. Sa- k ilt.rier ti-  . near hot)' > and milder v.-e.-rh"r i:>" i' 1 istonis clearititv off On etiijairltig Her aid ,vas told that ) ft ."'(.ii of the duty in, t at  \ ,4"H or less at tin  ' da , d itriiig the 'ten; it   a. '� the old -hedtile. were cleai ed ft"' lii'i" Ho iloiilil that if til" dllt.. had -i nl 'remained on tractors the uiotnlil, ' eleaiini' would have le-i ti *!i>li.uiai ,.: 1 ovc" As it was th" clearing-- k.; I brown mare, x year.* old. in foal. IfiOO Ihs ; 1 mcv inure, s >cars old. lu foal. 15Wt Ihtt.; 1 bay mare. 8 yeara old. in f ml I'1") IIik.; 1 team hay man-*. 4 year* old. In foal. 26ih! Ihs : 1 bay mare, in yearn old. in foal, 12�t> lbs.: 1 grey mare. 10 years old. H>� : the �hove are all broke tti work Anyone wanting good mates should not mis" thia �hanee. They are all in good condition; 1 saddle horse. 4 years old: 1 fuddle horse. ! years old; 1 mere colt; J years old; 3 horse colts. 2 - ems old: f> horse colts. 1 yar old; 1 mare colts, t year old. /CATTLE: i fresh rows. S years old; - cows due to be fresh. * years old; i ows due to h�- fivsh .'> years old; heifers due to be Irish. :: years old: 1 cow. fresh '-' months. > yars old; r> steers, :; veal's old: - steers. years old; 1 steer, 1 year old; 1 grade Shorthorn hull. - years old. HOGS: 4 registered Poland thiuu sows, all have pigs with theui. 5 grade Poland China sows due to farrow soon. 7u chickens. IMPLEMENTS: '1 150 bus. tanks and wagons; 2 wagons with Viindle racks; 1 .'! tier wagon box; 1 Massey Harris hinder. S ft.; 1 Heeling hinder. S ft.; 1 Frost At Wood hinder. N ft. with flax attachment; - X-foot discs: 1 faulting mill; 1 Deering mower; t IJeer-Iiir rake; 1 i.ew Van Brunt press drill, double disc; 1 I Her ins; Ti. siiiKle disc drill; 1 Maasey-Harris double dine drill; 1 .Tonn lH>?re siring tooth cultivator; 1 Massey Harris cultivator; 1 lohn Deere ganp plow; 1 Msssey-Harrls sulky and breaker bottoms; 1 28-foot H'r.-s htirrow. I single buggy, pole and shafts, nearly new; 1 Una shaft, pulleys and hangers; fi sets double team harness in good* repair: i set s n�jle harness; 10 new sweat pads; number of horse collars; ! new Hrl.nval separator with power attachments; 1 n�w i'l; lt.|>. engine; 1 new submarine; l band on washing machine; full eu.uipm.eiit of blacksmith tools; I Maxwell tourlny i ar. l(H7 model; I �;asoline drum; forks, t-hovela and other articles too ntiin-i runs to mention; Tiiin bushels of oats; :: tons of hay; 2 tons of pot.ittle , FURNITURE: t'omplete household effects oi t; roomed house, all furnished. TERM8: All sums of 110.00 and under, cash; over that amoui*, S months credit on furnishing approved Joint notes with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts; or 5 per cent, off for cash. Everything Will Be Sold As The Proprietor Has Sold Hia Farm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. C. MAHAN, GEO. W. HETHERSHAW, J. A. SMITH, Proprietor Clerk Auctioneer UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE op   FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm I wiD seB 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 yeara old. welgfct 1S�0; 1 bar Bora* 7 yeara old. weight 1260; 1 bay horae. 8 yeara old. weight ltOO; t nay mare, it years old. weight 1100; 1 white horse. 14 yeara oM, , weight 140U; 1 black riding pony, weight �00; 1 pinto riding pony, weight not); I Clyde stallion with papers, 10 years old, weight .idMi: 1 bav horse. 10 years old, weight 1100; 1 bay horse. 8 years old. weight- 1600; 1 bay horse. A yeara old. weight 1150; 1 roan norse, :i years old, weight 1100; 1 sorrel gelding. 4 years old. weight 1400; 1 bay gelding. 12 yeara old, weight 1400; I or 7 other good work horses not described. CATTLE: 1 registered Hhortborn bull. S years old; 1 registered bull. 4; l white face bull, nearly eligible to register; 1 good milk cow fresh, :t years; to uows, age from 3 lo 7 years. FARM IMPLEMENTS: 6 good binders, 4 McMormlck and 1 Deering; 2 old binders; I McCormlck mower and take; 1 Cockahutt cultivator: I 14-lmh John Deer gang; 1 16-inch John Deere etlky; 1 Hurt-Parr eugiue 30-00; 1 Pioneer 15-30 gaa engine, nearly new; 1 4 bottom LaCrosse self lift engine gang complete with stubble aad breaker bottoms and 1 eitra share for each plow; 1 t-sectlon harrow; 1 4-section harrow; 1 S-sectlon harrow; 1 Acme harrow; S new wagons suitable (or bundle rack or e> handy (arm wagon; 1 new Iron wheel wagon; 1 John Deere manure spreader, nearly new; i bundle rack* aad wagons; t bundle racks; 1 set blacksmith tools; 1 new i% Winona wagon with Winona 136 bushel grain tank; :t disc harrows, C and 7 feet; 1 Kentucky shoe press drill; 1 democrat and 1 buggy; 4 seta of good work harness; 1 stock saddle; 1 potato cultivator; 1 Iron float, tl feet; 4 Hanamau engine blast* hitches; l scalding vat. grindstone, pitch forks and other artletoa too numerous to mention; 1 lS00-lb. truck scale; 1 Palrbaaka wagon scale, lbs., absolutely now not unpacked from factory; 8 Van nrunt double disc prasa drills, neatly now. and 1 5-horse Oalloway Uaa engine and drain Loader located at Wrentham Station. Part lea interested may ins pact same before day ot sale. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 1 Magnet cream separator nearly new; 2 churns; f Iron, bedsteads, brass trimmed, mattrtaeee and springs; 1 sofa; 3 heating stoves; 1 high oven range; 1 McClary range: 1 sideboard; 1 dreaser; 1 writing desk; 1 kitchen cabinet: 2 gasoline stovea; cupboards; tables; chairs and other household articles too numerous to mention TERMS: All eume of SUMO and under, CASH; avtr tHM amounts credit te Novtmner 1st, 1*18. Purchaser giving n�t� wrth approved seourity, bearing S% Interest from Sate. 10% SisagtMt for cash en credit amaunta. v PRtl LUNCH AT NOON ^V. L. I. NICHOLSON, Auetienesr KESSLBR BROS* Pnmrimk St. O. OOHDON, Clark rTw- ;