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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �*OfJpAt. MARCH 4, 1018 THE let: I BRIDGE f^aily IFERALD page se\'en Germany: W.-is Heady at Out-wet of War to Enforce French Neutrality TO HOLD INTERNATIONAL LABOR CONFERENCE kParIt, Mar. 4.-Aeeordlna to the Petit P�r|�lin Lton JetthauXf teo-retary of the ^ranih Federation of Labor; J. H. Thomaa, rapreeefit-Ina ,the National Union jK Railway men of Great Britain and Belgian rapreaentatlvea, wllf form a ialaoallon to vlilt the United Btatea to diaeuaa the .project of an International labor conference with Samuel Qompere, prealdent of the American Federation of Labor. t'arls, Pi'unce, Mnrcli 2-ileiie Vlv-laiil, whci wk� Freufih preiuler Hnil foreign tntnlBter when Ibo wur hrokc out aiKj W11H at llio lieail ol IhB French Rovem'mohl for nioru than n year lUeroaftec, Sttye In an Interview with llie Petit ..Joiiriial thai he know notb-Ing of lha InslructUtjiH aont Uy the then (iHrnijiii' Chancellor, ' Dr. Von 1 Relhtnann-Hollwec, to Baron Von Sflirton, then German ambnBBttdor at PnvlBi.rogarrtlnB the rondltlona on \vUIme-||,p^ ,Si province whore It land or the Jew3 ..... has heon prevalent. Four deaths have In the diHcusBloii bonis l^eel than :-i ^ ,t Tsinanfu, capital ot Shan-ed Rev Mr. Cm s warmly tor h s k, province. A HIGH COURT ,IUJ)(JE , WILL FIX THE UKCKIIIIVS' Sydney, N. S. W., Mar. :V (via llciii-! er's Ottawa Agency).--I'l.Muler llugh-j OS dollvprod a notable soc'ch hero t'l-day m the guest at the luncheon of: the tSmpIre henguo. He �MtUl thiit ;itib-j Ject lo tho limitation whh-h the poopli' of Australia'had recently impoaed, ihn (ipmmonwealth must do Its duty. 'I'ho government would appoint a high, court judge as an imparilul tribunal I to dotormliie the numlx'r of recruits lieue:;sary to malniBlii (he Australian divisions In (the field nt full slrcngtb. i SIFTON COMING WES Wlnnlpegt Man,. Mar. 2.~A tpe-ciial from Ottawa aaya that Hon. Arthiir'Slfton Will leave next week for a hurried trip to Edmonton to iirrantie hia buaineia affairs preparatory to the long and busy ses-lon'of parliafnent. It is said Hon. Mr. SIfton la keenly Interested In the soldier land aettlement scheme forirtorthorn Alberta. ENT BILIS � HOSPITAL ACT words of appreciation ot thp .lew. He declared that the .lewlsb problem now agitates the Jew and the non-Jaw alike all over the world. Even In U. 8. and Great Gritaln, where greatest freedom Is enjoyed there is a Jewish problem, more acute than In either Russia or Roumanla. Vie said the cause was that nowhere had the Jew a homo where his indlvidiialily can take shape. "Lot us hope," he said "that the day Is not far distant when the Jew will be able to point with pride and say: "This is the land of my people." Another speaker declared the Jew- � Ish nation had no part in the war,' and the Jews only as they were citi- \ zens ot other countries were taking' part. j S. S. Dunha4n wanted to know why 1 there should be a Jewish problem. ng provl BAR FUTURE TRADING IN RYE Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. ?,.-Future trading In rye was barred on the Mln-neipolis chamber ot commerce yesterday and a maximum price ot 12.71 a bushel on oulstiinding contracts fixed. eKun prtor tt"lho riollbo'ratlOnB of tho 'coul'oreiico'aro dirofstort, In yoiiv dun-gnrs pud d,li:(iuultleR, our hearts lilid l/raynrH ur� with yoi), t'Slgnod)' . '.'Aaoliildo Piumlvoe, ' ' '  "Cllic-Iriuau." Why they should not �>� a��lmllated ^ ^ crosi. Feverish. Sick, Bilious, Clean ns Mftnnlps of other, irnuntries nre an-1 ........  . . as peoples jrt othe^^�couAtrie^ ore as sliiillated. Ho was answered by -Mr. Keel who stated that Rssimil'ation Includes asslmliationIn religion, and if the Jew Is asslniilated .irou kill the Jew. .Mayor Hardle also spoke,briefly declaring that the Jew l^ad taken both a glorious and a despicable part in' the WW, lor not only art thoyfighting with the allies but thir w* (ighting alao wifh the aai SON MONTENEGRIN KING DIES IN A SANITARIUM Amsterdam, Mar. 4,-^Prlnce Mirko, second son ot King Nicholas of Montenegro, died iti u sanitariiim at Vienna Sunday of hemorrhaiie of the lungs. He r,i|tered the aanltairliim two ye?.rs ago. � ' Prince Mlrko. who was S9 years old, remained In Montenegro nftar tho royal fam^'y fled from the Auatilau invaders. He attemt^ited to enter into separate peace nagotlatlona wUb Austria but hiB efforts failed. It waa reported In January.'1917. thgt Prince Mlrko was to bo made tha ruler of a new aonth Slavoiyc state to be (Created by the certtral powelra, His wife was Princess Natalie and they had three aoua. Little Liver and Bowels. Children love this "fruit laxative," and nothing else cleanses tender stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. ,A child simply will not stop playing to empty the bowels, and the result Is, they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish. >stomach sours, then your little one becomes ereea, half sick, feverish, don't eat; �leep or act naturally, breath is had, system full ot cold, has sore throat, stomach ache or diarrhoea. Listen, MotKer! See if tongue is coated, then give a teaspoonful of ''Ualltornia ^Syrup ot Figs," and In a few hotirs all the constipated waste, aour bile and undigested food passes out of the system, and you have a well, playful child again. ' Millions ot mothers give "Callfoniia Syrup ot Figs" becatise it is perfectly harmless; children love It, and it never falls to act on the stomach, liver an^ bowels. Ask your druggist for a bottle ot "California Syrup ot Pigs" which has full directions tor hahies/ children of all ages and for grown upa plainly printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold hero ,G�t the genuine; made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any othar kind with contempt.-Advertisement AUCTION SALE 51 HEAD OF HORSES 2 Seto Breccliiiii Hprneu (New) and About 40 Horse Bbnlcdt, (Nearly New). On Section 26-6-11, W. 4th, 3 miles N.E. of Foremost On FRIDAY, MARCH 8th , COMMENCINa AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP 1 team grey maree, age 3, weight 30p0; t team grey mares, age 3. >wi9lght 2900; 1 imported pure bred Clyde StnlUon, age 7, weight 1900;'1'imported Percheron etalllon, age 13, weight 220U. The above llariel^:ltrl Clyde and Percheron. 1 team black mares, age 4 to^,'Wefciii: 3800','tl'team black mares, age 8, weight 2800; I team,brown mireii, age 6, weight 2700; 1 team' brown mares, age 4; .welghtj'a700$f^i;'teei|i^�orrel maret, age C, weight 2800; 1 team Bori-el raaresT age Weight 2600; 1 team bay mares, age 5, weight 2800; l,teaW,b#rm�re'i, age 6, weight 2700; l team bay mares, ago 5 and welght 2900; 1 ieam black geldings, age 3. weight 2900; 1 team grey gelding*, age !i, weight 2800; 1 team roan geldings, ago Q nnd 7, weight 2400;-! team roan and bay geldings, ago 4, weight 2400; 1 grey Grade atud volt, rising 2, weight 1300! 1 black Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight 1260; 1 Krey Grade stud coll, rising 2, weight 1200; 1 team sorrel mares, age 4 and 5, weight 1100, will make fancy saddle horses; 1 hlauk saddle maro, nge 4, weight lOSO; 1 �bay mare, gentle tor � lady to, driven ago �, .wolght lOOO; i roan pony, gentle, age 0, weight 1000, All above mares auppused to be in I'oal. The horses are Clyde and Percheron;''' " ' Tern^s pf/|�)e-^f4alf cash, and credit on tiie balance till fall, NO RESERVE, ONLY ON THE TWO STALLIONS. FREE'LUNCH WILL BE SERVED, ... D, GARRISON,' Auctioneer A. W. LINTON, . Owner Attention! Duty! Order Your repair* now. not next summer, but f40W. Boys who have been exempted for agricultural purposes are now ready for work for the sake of production. Look your maclilne over today, order tomorrow, livery 24 hours of time means a loss of 20 buthets of grain. C. CHRISTENSbN IVIcCORMICK AGENT, MAQRATH AUCTION SALE OF 50 HI^AD OF MARES AND GELDINGS AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON THURSDAY, MARCH 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 pair sorrel geldings, weight' about 2700 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2800 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2750 I lbs,; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2G00 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 4 years old, weight ISOO lbs.; 1 pair brown mares, weight 2300 lbs.; 1 good suddlp hor.se; 2 saddle ponies; 1 yearlliig colt; 3 2-7ear old colts; 1 team bay geldings, weight about 2500 lbs.; 1 pair bay geldings, weight about 2400 lbs.; '1 pair brown geldings, iwelght about 2400 lbs.; 1 jialr black geldings, weight 'about 2400 lbs.; 1 pair black goldiiigs, weight about 2460 ib^.; C geldings, wolght about 110 each; above described horses alfhroken; 10 inares, not broken, 5 to 8 years old, weight about 1100 lbs; each.. . '; THIS STOCk WILL BE S^LO~AarTTrE~0WNER MS SHORT OF '� RANGE. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE aBaasaasssaaasas ;ii iii. rii i i laaaBassqpMa^gBaa'i iii if'ii HAVING RENTED MY FARM I HAVE INSTRUCTED ED. POP-HAM TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON MY PREMISES, ON N. W. QUARTER OF 32-11-24 �!/, MILES SOUTH WEST OF BARONS AND ABOUT TWELVE . MILES EAST OF WOODHOUSE ON Wednesday/ March 6th COMIJ(IENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK -.-:__-i-':"!  ' ,-- 15 HEAD OF HORSES-1 span bay geldljigs, 7 years old; I span bay mares, in foal. 12 years old; 1 bay maijo, In foal, 12 year.-; old; I bay maro. In loal, i> years old; I roan Bejjjlan.mare, 5 years old; 1 span black Percheron geldings, 5 years, old; 1 bay mare, ;! years old; 1 hay geldings, 8 years old; I h^)' Shire mare, 2 year^i old; ;{ colts coming 1 yew; Tho above horses, are good big strong woi'k stock, and are In good condition. � ONE SOW MACHINERY, HARNESS, ETC-l Alaasey-liarrls binder; I Massey-liarrlH packer; 1 Massey-Harrls disc; 1 Massoy-Harrls shoo rill; 1 .lewel gang plow; 1 Bulldog fanning mill; 1 wagon with grain box; 1 wagon with grain tank, 150 bushels; 1,heavy bob sWlgh; 1 water tank, ifl bhrreU; 4 sets of double work barnesa; 1 buggy pole complete; other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS-$25.00 and under cash, On B�}iou)H� over that amount ormllt will be given to Novambor ist,'1918, purchasers to furnish ap-. proved notes bearing ^ per cent. Intorost. A discount of 5 per cunt, tor cash on credit nwQunts, . ' T. 0. HUNTER, Owner ED, POPHAM, Auctioneer Auction Sale OF GOOD YOUNG FARM AT SKERER'S BARN, NOBLEFORD ON FRIDAY, MARCH 8th AT 1.00 P.M. SHARP THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD CAR OF HORSES TERMS CASH, GEO. W. GULP, Owner AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 9th AT STOCK YARDS, BARONS, ALBERTA AT ONE O'CLOCK TWO CARLOADS OF EXTRA GOOD / HORSES Ranging from 4 to 6 years old, weights from 120Q to 1450 pounds. Terms Cash. E. C. PECK, Owner UNRESERVED Auction Sale OF TERMS CASH. J. A.'SMITH, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE OF SALE AT TEN O'CLOCK TERMS CASH ; Registered SCOTCH SHORTHORN HEIFERS & BULLS AT FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE On Wednesday, Mar. 6 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP i'l �! All pure bred stock. Pedigrees guarnnteod. A^estrom 19 anlk* to 2 years. FARMERS DON'T MISS THIS SALE. THIS IS ALL SELECTED STOCK. PEARCE & SHINE, Owners, Brussels, Ont,' 126 Head of Cattle 9 Head of Horses Having Received Instructions from J. GIER, the Undersigned will sell by Public Auction on the South' East Quarter of Section 14, Township 12, Range 19, 14 miles South West of Retlaw and 14 miles south of Enchant, on Tuesday, March Sth _--,-----�----:--'--'--- THE FOLLOWING STOCK-1 fifo}'/ gej'jtng, age 4, weight 1200; 1 black geldluK, age tt, weight 1200; 1 gW geldlns, ago 4, weight 1400; 1 grey mare, age !l. In foni, Weight J.S0O; 1 brown gelding, age 5, weight 1200; 1 bay gelding, ago 8, weight 1300; 1 bay gelding, a.go 6, weight 1300; 1 bay gelding, a^e 8, weight 1150; 1 brown gelding, age 7, weight 1600; tfO head of cows, 6 now fresh; 35 heod steers', 3 anil .'! years In spring; 80 steers and holfers, yearlings; I registered Hereford Bull, coming a years. ; . IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 Weber Wagon. S'A; 1 John Deer^' Wagon, R%; l la-lnch Oliver, Gfing Plow, nearly new; 2 sets heavy work harness, , , - , _ � This bunch of oatt|e Is o good one and affords a splendid opportunity for farmcra to get atartef) with good atock. FREE LUNCH AT NOON 0. F. PODO W. A. PORTEOUS, AuetlonMr'/vt 13914811 6636 ;