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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF. SIX -fin1; i.f.i lijiin'uiiic OAU.Y MONDAY, K ccnirac'l '.vcMlgo iioriictuil' men- Irtr-nls nud untfoonl 'Ide.ils. This ivas whcu so- Ihpugll EO arduous were the toriiltlons that the nclual niorlallti serious. All Uieir IIMaek, bow nco to Hie ot Germans evident In Iho manner In which so- LV t v w. _ ii-Ai-n Irralnil Immediately facing droury sniiescape oi In HIP railed hoaihcii nallons were treated. XorlJiwMleru )1 >iaJ iiasl days Hint known occurred carrying mis- Blonnrlcs lo heathen; were nlso I'arrylns liquor. Tho. grcal reason for the illsnai'Hy beta; con national nml individual Ideals waa lhat Hie ,a. Ucals wcro formed by only ot Ilio population nml that half not lho mpst spiritual hnU. said 6ho 11-85 In favor fit p Jjoard of public nmusourenl; 'whRh bo elected ua pur tchool board, aiid which I would exercise- a uryiicr control ot moving ifld' other, forma of Tho Bitter wns not luahlug a Plea ,o domination, tut for Ilia ot civilization, .tail been suffering ironi .too luafiCulluKy. Tho proper civilization wns niatla up of bolli nion and ivoinwi nud of the Ideals Qiid.lngllncts that Itromutcd them liolh. The women were n. good' dcnl' to- btfluio for con- tllllons, too. They too IGHPJ I---" D.....VJ concerned wllh Ilia trifling things of they have secured for Ihelr leader raaimcri Rnft she ilitl not hesl- one oi iht ablest, is wc'.l as otic of iate (o put (no "punch" Into lier re- Proper Conservation Die best Hkril, conerale itt ilic vhole marks whc-n punch was ricertod to, McClung won I oil to speak ot Julian Byns. n worthy ro'tflrlvo homo tier Mra. MrCluiiff ,ho or tbo human jircsputaCvg ot n greal great which for ifld' oth h V. H. GAtORAITH. Owner Judjjment in The Consolidiiled School Case Has Now Been Reversed district from acting on an agreement, whereby lho Darons bclioal cllstricl attemi'tcil to lako over I tlio Assets and nssuinc tlio liabilities ay live for Ihe present and not for SUbstUutea wa were ottering tliem. o hereafter. Speaking of faith In Too long we have been accustomed to lesolf. she told lho story of Zar- ihlnWng loo severely of tbe'pllen. If heus. tho tai collector. Iir tbo oldon province of burs, with Its Ire- iys 'tfi3 collcrlors were oot exactly mcmlons rcr-ources, could gel a pro- onular. niul Xacrhens, llho (Iro rest. per vision of things ns tliey should tic, M.'O. Arnogard of Dnrons. Alborla, bf'fh'o Daroiis i'lllago school robably iriGd tn mnko up for luck of we bavo a different attitude hag won out In the appeal court In his Mr, Arnogard matnlalned lhat hy moRns of a rake-off on towards our foreign people. action1 raised aealnst tbo Karons coi- could" not be done the consoll ;idc. The result lhat ho had Tllc fllltfr jnallncls at humanlt> solIdaleJ school district according lo dallon at Ihe samo time look over lho ccomo n hard-hcarledf tlehl-fisted Uhould bo properly developed. The i n lengthy judgment delivered ttjr ilr. csEete and astumcd tlio Hiiblllllea ol ilserablo litlle shrimp. Then one ,ovo at auiuaaiuenL wai one. For ai Justice Stuart ami concurred In -by- all oilier dfslrlcts lu the COM oil ay.he'climbed n. ireo and saw n long lime tho i-hufch ..considered (the chief Justice aui Mr. Justice Beck.f datton. The actfon was tried nl tho 1slon of Christ, ft merely a pic- (amusement wicked. The fun-loving The action was commenced byvMr.l u'uprqmo court at Lcthbrfdgc iro of himself as ho might bo lr he instincts were God-siren and these Arncgard In the fair of last year to re-- In'Oecember last by Mr. Justice Walsh UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Of Farm Stock and Implements, Co friaay, March 16.h 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. On tho faviii, N. 2-9-2JL, miles north :ol' .Lcilibrldgc, half mile north of Unni black Keldlnge, flbgut 3000 Ibs.; j learn black nLout 2JOO 1 brown eoMIng, nbouL 1250 Ibs.j 1 black nlioul 11 DO Ids.; grey liorsOj oecd; 1 bay mare; 1 roan mure hi 3 (Illy colts, rising 2 years qld; fioni a Stnuilnnl bretl lioreo, gouil erado milk cows euppoaed tg bo In calf; 2 cowa> rising 2 pw frish; 1 Hereford jiolfcr, calf ot foot; 2 PpHed Angus bclfer'0. 2 years old, calves al footi 1 Polled Aneua hclfcr. 3 years 3 grade Shorlliorn liclfcrs, rising 2 years In calf; 1 I'oUeJ Angua hull, tlafng 2 ycRra old; 4 Blncra, 3 years it slccra rising 2 ycaro old; 6 heifers rlstng L 11 Eloors rising 1 year old; calves. HerkBhlro sows to farrow In April j 2 Yorkshire BOWB lo'. (arrow fn May. MSESOj'-IIarrla binder In good repair; 2 tllsc harrows; 1 gang plow; Van Brunt 22 disc Grill wllh giaea seeder nllQchiueiU; -1 Overt brow Ualu-stacker In Jjooij repair; 2 Bsyccp I aulky rnko; 1 Maasey-Ifarrla mower; I' Blilp' tlellvory rake; 2 Iqni'icr 2 hny racka; 1 1- aeL weigh scales, 2000 I feed Loller, 45 galloiia; and "oilier nr'ticlea' too iiuincroiia (o mention. v NO RESERVE AS LEAVING THE FARM TERMS CASH X A, HUGH TAYLOR, T, 3, Auctioneer. Clerk -Proprietor' fallh In hlnuelf. wns te properly trained. and overcome wllh the Isloii lhat ho said lo himself, "Zac- ifus, you've got. 11." Faith In one's fellow man and faith God go hand In baad with ibe Ight kind b( fallh'in oneself. When I hat Vlnd of fnllh reaiills from ihe! In our churches, ilis j vorld will ha a brighter, sweeter" Public Amusements The moving pictures of today wore I a preat factor la shaping the ethical mind of tho people. Mrs, McCluns .etrain ibe Darons idusolldatet] "school helj tgalusl Mr. Arncgard anil j-s that the Dcmlnion troopa tre undergoing experiences In tb onlrast not known lo our men V.'hercas liie difference in life In England and Flanders Is not ver> Ertat, the difference between Do mEnion life and European Is vast. Th nbsencc of sunshine and the dsmp Ihe difference of diet- and ihe aur mundings, coGSlitulu an hourly am" dally contrast betTreen North Atner ".ran" life aud ours. It is the Freoc) 'Canadians only "who have an advan age over the others. Uillel them 1 n French village and they are occe at home wllh the Inhabitants Their Louis'XIV. accent floes differ as much from ordinary Frenc BE do the argols of, lei me say. Pi ril7 and ._ 3yng aud' his Canadian genera' have utilized the specialties of th dally work of the Cana-15an3 wllh. si nal'cffecL -He and his officers "e