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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TIIF. i.F.Tiinnmr.K DAILY SATl'nDAY, FK1MVAUY I.'.. letbbriboc 1bcvaU> DAILY AND WEEKLY proprietor! and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED South, Lethbrldgo A. Buchanan hero, b-j; At projects to to ur.Jenit WHAT OF trover they may lie. will utiliw ALBERTA'S FUTURE eJ labor. Mm of e i in cne p'.ac; will go to i.iE'O, v.iiere thit ivay, over the 1X> the gorernnieiu by big pub- ic works ii'id nilMd frestriK'.icn. U P'Jt every idle man it ,v bo anticipated ai cer- Canada will coed every rait it scraps together to fecuro suffu-ient funds to establish crodlts 'or tho busiiwss it will liave to if is become even moderately yrosjwrous and if it is to avoid the ilosjwrato j of unemployment. can be deiriivtHl in Many o available if VJ and Pincher Creek. There [they sro rightly applied. It is ail a v :i> ;-e from it to Uth- ol cemorios cur money but U n-as never commenced, venleruig our :itid th'.s 1'kt greatest o! the moment ant function can be best perff al branch llces Turin ami north, and Iron Sundial 10 ihe the time by a s port of the War Savings through inveslins in Thrift anil War iSr-n-Ial to the CO.U.DAl.H. Wb. was proaaWy tlw most racel ins ever hc'.d In V'MI IViJiy afternoon ttix'c- of tr.c and t'Kildile branch of ihe Hani. i The occasion was Ihe toriuatioa ot a IVnraercIat i' f-'-'- away with a ilyins start. The fi'Irit maul a; tins aicotioc ausurs well tor the iuture development the Lly uuii CRITICISM EASY SOLUTiON DIFFICULT The opposition to iho j Ibc Dominion Gorcrameiits are j ttlvavs wllllr.s and to criik'iM ahd more especially lust now when- r-turnea soUier pwblem i. acme, tiui if ilie criiLcIsms are follow- ei ivill he found lhat t liule oi a contractive nature li'erj It to charge that returuhl soldier proV i? '.JefcE hanilled U 1S more ilifficult lo a solution. i; a in our when unite with govera- ttents in an effort to not to Trreck- H a man a party bas a Cation lor any difficulty or all di.'fi- cultles in tho problems of reconstruc- tion and repatriation, as n loyal-citi- zen he should advance them. To say tli it-be canso a gor eminent la not dwl- ing TtiUi or that matter sattefac- torily is not What the people want is a constructive policy amd if a real good one is offered tiey grasp at it. I The 'debate, EO in the marked ty--criticism, but the criticism lead anywhere. It seems to Se largely criticism for criti sake. No Eolation is offered ml 2 miles South 1 ercy I'ercheron tlMIIon. 1 yrars old. vvclslil IbB.. 1 nutchcd toau! bay mires. 6 and 7 years ol.l. weisM 2SOO Us Rrcv mare. 7 vpars oU. weight UK Ibs.. suplioscd to to in loal, I lil-iv. mure, e'years oM. wcljlit 1400 Ibs.. lo be in foa 1 marc 1" years oM, weight 1300 Ibs., suppose.! to be In foal, 1 eroy mure. vears old, welfiht 1500 Ibs., supposed to be in foal; 1 bay mare, S years old. 1100 Ibs.. supposed lo be n oa 1 bav mare, years old, weiglit 1100 lus.. eupposcd to be In toal; 1. bay mare. S years oW. weight 1200 His; 1 geWlDE; 14 years.old, .weipUl 1300 Ibs 1 ueullns, 13 years old. weight Ibs.; 1 black -eldlnr C years olil, vveleht 1100 Ibs.; 1 black geldinB. -I years u u. weight'liob 10s.: 1 matched team roan geldiues. 3 ami 4 yearj oW. v.-oight 2000 1 6 years oU, weight 1200 Ibs; 1 f Illy, is years alii, weight 1100 1 black Eelcllng. 3 years old. weight 1000 Iba.; 2 fillies. 2 years old; 3 geldings. 2 years old; yearling i Holslein cow. 4 years old. fresh in a month; 1 red cow, 3 years old, fresh ID a month; 1 roan cow. years old, frrth in early SPt Inch wagons, wide 3 Irucks, wide gauge; 2 narrow gauge; 1 grain 2 3-liedded wagon boies- 1 14-barrel water tank and soar; 1 slDg'e buggy; 4 hay racks: 1 Sloot Masscy-Harris binder; 1 S loot Dcorlng hiniler: 1 tingle disc Van linint drill; 2 14-lnch gang nlows: 1 IC-lncb siilsy plow, breaker bottom: 1 5-foot Dcejing mower, new; 1 5-se.cllon harrow: 1 lEectlon harrow, with carl; 1 down Cockshutt manure spreader; 1 set bobsleighs, new; 1 potato hiller; 1 1-horec calliTator: 1 2-horsc slip; 1 S-toot 4n-lhrow disc harrow; 1 8-foot out-throw disc harrow: 1 Fairbanks platform scale, 1000 Ibs.; 1 blacltsmilh force: blacksmith tools: 2 acts breeching harness, iron iismes; 2 sels breeching harness, brass knoibed; 2 sols breeching harness, wood hamcs: 3 sets doable harness: 1 set slnsle horncas; ;5 horse, collars: 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 Cliole range; 1 Bell Oak heater, ricvr; 1 Model Oak-heater; 1 IQ.inch ilresser; 1 washaland; 12 chairs: t rocklns chairs: 1 washing and wringer; l.Dn Laval cream separator, new: 1 vrltinE desk mm book case: 2 hanging lamps; 1 lounge; 1 organ; dishes; conking utensils, anil other articles too numerous to mention. Cash. Bal.inct 1st November, 1919, on approved security at 8 per cent. Interest. 5 per cent, discount off purchase price for cash. Articles under cash. Lunch at 11 o'clock. Salt Cammcntti 11.30 Sharp. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer, Phone i GEO. W. HEATHERSHAW, Clerk of Sale W. F. DEGLOW, Owner (From Orjr Cdrrespoiulentl WHITLA, Feb. ladles ol the Catholic Altar Sielety are giving a three clays' whist drive at Ensign's hall. A large crowd was in attendance last night and the drive promises to done by Mrs, Iverson and Mrs. Me- be a success. Prizes wttl be awarded Clilland, the former singing a dttfi- on the night. The affair is be- cult Ibing from one ol the operas which ing ably handled by -Mrs, C. Sturm, called forth a second number "AnnieI.Mrs. W. J. Pifer, Mrs. E. M. llegner, H is reported that the min-JMra. H. >l. Campion anJ Mra. T. H. ster, who accompanied Mrs. Iverson Maney. on the piano, ivas unable to keep his} PoMnuster Sam Richardson is in- infers down to thti usual accompani- ment. They seemed lo nm away will stalling a new and strictly up to date ;iife In the post office. It takes the ment. They seemea to nm away wjni i in ui-j vnn-c. n. him. Mrs. McClelland's solo was "She-place of the one recently "yegged, it far from t 8 pm. rhe reading room Is open dally in- tent Sundays and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p m. Here, tho Hlblo and author- ized Christian Science literature may e read, burrowed or purchased. The public la cordially invllefl to Bl- end Iho church services, also to visit the reading room. Chrlslian Church I" accident occunt urlni; tn- ay, ngfi! I" te mo, Mn fox's ulsler-lii-laiv, Mre. rinyiler I ha'I lj> -i u l.ixy Irj learn clihtr Ksttuni. on souii; lilddcn Ice 'read nr 'Wi.l.' h-j Bnswc.-rcJ. t I ttm man how bf' the flmn, -tince IIG ID lak- ,Jir. rlibw f-r tnbanco, 'aome- lltncs 1 iliink, an' Romfitinios, if it'3 too Kol, n.ol." dr. Ave. 8th 81. S. Oliver L. Curtis, 612 Ssvepth Street South Phone 502 Itev, Ollvei- 11. Curtis ol the rhrloliaii Church will preach on ttic suljjrcl l -The- New lilrth" and will School In lho llcill. II a.m. Subject: "Altrt In Christian 2 o'clock: Ucglnnera and Primary De- parlmenla of the Sunday School In the ball. 2 o'clock: Ulrls' Dept. of Ihn. Sunday School Jn Hie church, 3.15: Adult flcpl. of lho K. S, In ttio church. 7.15: fiong Service, Cmnpaign Hymn linoks. Topic: "A Genuine NORTH LETHBRIDCE GOSPEL HALL 5lh Avo. N. Baptist Cliurch) 0[ -inu Spc-akc-r; John Rae, 707 nth fll. vleasKil to bavo tbe converts Sunday School 3-4 Iirhscnt. A imre scrfptural gospel Surnlay evcnlnR nl (innpet An sermon. dress. TUB HOME AND KOKEIGN MISSIONS 205 Thirteenth St. N. Rev, C. M. Neve, Pastor Rcc. 234 7th Ave, A. S. 7.30: Evening Subject, "Back to Upper Room Power, Ancient of Modern, SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mri. Hamilton, officer! In charge. Sunday, U a.m., 3 nml 7.30 pm. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Mcmlay, Thursday, Saturdtiy. 8 n.m. Tueaday. 7.30 p.m.. Corp Cadole. Wtdneaday, 2 p.m., Home 8 nm.: f.lfe Saving Scouts nnd auordj The Citadel IJand (n attendances, ;