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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FEnnuAnv 27, THE u-rnmninau DAILY ''Careful Mothers O'er the Land, Always Keep CascareU at Hand" Children ibink them daixdj-, They are Mild Cathartic Contain nothing to harm, Work Utc a chaim, "Ten Instead of natty, Uortli pills, silt a, raster oil or dangerous calomel, vby don't you keep Cascarcls hindy for Uifl (.liildrcn! CRACUCU can ftlvravd be Je- jK-ndw! tipon wlen a good liver anil cleansing i ncces UOTC (be bile and constipation poiwn Ito bowela Tvithoutgriping and swedea the-diiM'fi little stomach. Any young- ster will gladly eat a candy Ciscarct at and rill ivakc up fw-ling flnt direct tons on AUCTION SALE WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Tomorrow Friday, AT TWO O'CLOCK Frank Waddington WILL SELL BY AUCTION WITHOUT pESERVE A QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Anil 'ctfocls Including: DIN'IXG SUITE In fun'Cil elm, compris- ing buffet, set chairs and extension table; sanitary lounge; HE. K11IOK11ATOH; brass trimmer) lie-Is complete wllli strings and mattress; single lied comnlile; FOUR VEIIY GOOD DRESSERS; solid call siilclioartl with licvolleil mirror; solid oat eitsndins dining table; (juarter cut oak SBCTIOXAL HOOK CASES; iricSer ani! firaas chairs; chllfonler; hall gouj lounge; KITCHEN JUNOE; Qccasionnl tallies; DOMK EMICTHIC FIXTURE; cari-et squares; LINOLEUM; kitchen sundries and snout U PAIRS HEAVY GREY WOOLEN BLANKETS. FRIDAY AT TWO O'CLOCK TERMS CASH PHONES NO VIEW TONIGHT OWING TO INCLEMENCY OF WiATHER. Administrator's AUCTION SALE Farm Lands, Farm Stock, Implements and Honiebold Furniture. ALSO TWO LOTS IN STIRLING WITH BUIUDINSS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. I WILL SELL BY PUBLIU AUCTION On Wednesday, March 12th THE FOLLOWING ESTATE: Trit Quarter ef Sec. 26, Twp, 6, 20, W. of ,4th, on which there Is a dwelling 16x32, granary 16x21, lean-to 14x10, and aUblc 24x28. Two lots in Stirling on which there is sHusted a frroom ccttage, stable, grrvnsry snd thicken house. ALSO A LOT OF FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, tTC. Thii is one of the finest Irrigated farms In ths Stirlfng-Raymond district, with 40 fully paiJ up water shares, 4 miles West of Stirling and 4 miles N.E. of Raymond, Sale without reserve ai Adminis- trator is settling UD the estate. TERMS OF SALE; Slock, Implements'and Household Effects to be Real Eslatc 10 per cent. Cash on day of cole, balance In 60 days with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent. Sale of Stirling property r.nd household effects v.ill commence at 10 o'clotk, Farm property will be sold 12 o'clock sharp. Lunch at farm 11.30 o'clock. ALBERT H. N1LSSON, GEO. P. PORTER, ADMINISTRATOR, STlpLING, AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THl OWNERS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On MONDAY, M'ch 3rd AT ONE O'CLOCK At the Westbrook Place One mile East and One and a Half Miles South of the Leihbridge Jail Five Miles from Lethbridge THE FOLLOWINti: 1 wr.goji, ami box; 1 wagon, 3U. aticl hox; I plow. new; 1 hay rake; 1 bull rafco; 1 cultivator; 1 garden Frbsl fc Wood ulnitcr, nearly new; I dfsc tiarrow; 1 mower, nearly now; 1 slack Xo. 1 hay: 1 ono-horai wagon; 1 rubber Rood ahajie; 1 IJRin wagon and ruck; 1 buggy; 1 three pealetl democrat, good shape; i mower; 1 set lover harrows; 1 0. K. potato tUgger, good condition; 1 P. fc O. suiky plow, H inch, break- er and atuhhic bottoms; 1 Kmerson gang plow; 3 seta nfngle har- ness; 4 seta of work hnrnraa; 1 set of drltlns harness; 1 set double harness; 1 team of hay ntnrca, 2500 Ihs.; 1 mare T- years. U5f> Ilia.; 1 brown nmrc, 10 years, ISflO 1 brown KcHlnB, 7 years, MiiO 1 black BClilhitf. S years, 1200 Ibs.; xvhJtft RcMins, 8 yfnrp, 10PO Ibs.; 1 proy 9 1200 1 mmn-ie colored 7 years. 11SO 2 bay fllllns, 3 years, fib out 1200 each; 1 ROM', due lo farrow April 1st; 1 fat hog; A hoga, weight 13 Bind mill: rows, all young utcok, somft frcali and some rointng freah; Ubck Minorca ch.1c'Kcns; 3 Wyanrtotto cockorEiIa; 1 Xo. ifl; 2 "Dalsy'' Ijnrrel clnirns; 1 slono thurn; 1 Primrose a'-jiar.'vtor, NTo. 2; new; 2 bcallng stoves; 1 plaalerctl ahfick, 1 .dining quarter cut oak; 1 (Jongolenin rup, feel; Chairs, WnshRlftndg', Toilet .Sols, etc. Also ninncrons other honseliolil arttclcs fttnall farm TERMS RESERVE WESTBROOK BROS., PETER UVALLET, AUCTIONEER Uovt. Caucus To lie A Reduction in The Taiiff OTTAWA, Feb. flttt gov at caucus of tiKf ecvston wtii le'.O this jnorning, -with a large m enhance of Union lot members and J senators. The purpose of the caucus i he was to the government's atonal program, to hear luliiIMerfal jjlunatious in regard thtreio. aud to tha Individual mombtrs au op- aity to express tiit'ir views. The added to by Iho stance (hat western I'nionlns in ses tiuu list nisbt determined to fiolil a western caucus at intervals to discard matters relallog more particularly to tho iuu-resli of the iiooylu on the oilier aliio of the Great Still Support Union It was cspUiueit in connection vatu Ibis move that it does not indivaiu ntiy disposition on ihe ,narl of ibe vveslern Buyporterr of Uie Tnion gov- ernment, lo weaken Uielr aUc-siance to llio ministry during Ihu session anil tho period of reccnatrucUou. bin sim- ply a desire Io rieet at intervals and eoM anil >i5t'd as discuss their own problems. [were machine-like nniis in tbe ROYAi YEAST TW rtasttifor tW 4 cakes bj tin rw4 cato. Each jttfctM win etatiifl Wttk vm be tW ant u fwectly. E.W SILLETT COMPANY UNITED TORONTO. CANADA MONTREAL Makes Co-Operation al Meelmg of Industrial Hrjtish Labor Men Demand Nat- ionalization of Hallways, Mines and Steamer Unes JU-nn- it Kfli. IJ'H liiiuent, fiinpflEnl of livi'd of employer.-! itn-I officials. ._ tVulral WtsimiimiT. this morn- Pf iiiK al 10.SO o'clock. The Sifvensou Kcb Tlniuas, r of parll general secretary tin1 rnion ol Hailwj.vim'ii, I3ld deputed to in All e lilt1; following obFcr- vatton for the triple alliance of miners, raSlv.-uyuwu and tr.uupcri "The organize wor! Uritain have uji obtain for ;ui Uu-rca ehare of the1 M-enliu which iln-ir 1 has produced yiul product--. workers ot the i hive-fold aru dctormiiK'il inner Die hour? of labor hi their ivrijm; iuilusirips. VJhe.v wiiii IMO leinof Voclety wliuli treats tlwli-Uibor, players' Fe'deratiu'i. for the tarnation power as a tiu-rr- L-oinntoility to be! of an industrial committee consisting kvas opened by Kir i Home, of r-rs DI" (irci1. Juliii ilcbm lour.or fuo! con iu tjuibc' .heir minds to Irolltr and tiow vice-chairman the i per utnt. ;ui Mrliainentary labor parly. The tuevt- -.vas then opcii io anyone desiring c' i show the u-al to uuir.ber only N. Feb. At a uieettiig o." iiio X'ationalist nieni- iiern! of it. was ilccided to accept the admiralty's ofter ot a vrRr- to convey Tlie deputa- ition io Kiiglamt and w Parts, defaulters! In faior ot establishiug a about in South Africa nill be ad- Alter a lev; short uiudo lahor reprt-joutafivep.; a motion MLljiuiiu-cl by Sir Allan i Smith, vhairniim uf tlie matiagiuK j cDininUist-1 of the Knjjmcerins Km-: pru- i of JO reiiTeseniailvc-a of ihe employ- I civ. 20 reprdbetitativos of the trades; uuiotifl and a certain number of rep- resentaiives of the government lo per annum, and it la understood that Ihe matter mentlonart at (he firM gov- ernment caactts cO'tho seflston heM today. All the World recognizes the Pathephone as the Greatest of all Pkooographs why? Hear TWO plxmographs playing, one after the other, and playing tbe same Records. THEN you will agree that one a PHONO- GRAPH, to leave it at least iti THAT 'THE OTHER is A Listening to one TO-DAY, to the other a week LATER, tbe on- trained car might not always note great bear them together and Ihe superiority of the Pathephone wM be im- mediately apparent: it is like setting up dross against GOLD TW 1'athephone, built with ideals of ART and TRUTH, tfce art and truth of MUSIC at ils BEST I The wonderfcl lortatire the to te cter In tbe HuUe the Sipphire ML which Bt improves tike (aae, bet nbo taimj needle chMpTiy Mid loaf He tolfe Kecord, an4 the tome pu Milting jou to or decrvue fto d TOW pteuore. TWv, ioffcnioos device which oukw it to play AN Y of 1 -WILLMW frfr. Voa bear tbe Patbepbooe 1e wbat a wonderfel and arlUOc HVMC Mxber it is. It ijapjendity built iaoMderw as in Period desqrm. Ttiey >re of tbe FiwwHons an, lod itilt they con IXSS tfun ordirarr Ttxxtognftts Are ea terns at paj-aieat maVe buyinf The Pafh< Frtres Phonograph Stkj Co, 4-6-t CWtH Tornto a- ml Kit, Four HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE 1 ;