Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 19

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 22

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TLliSDAY, MAHCII 12, l\ rights, even 'though they are conquer-' od, can await with tranquility'the day of their liberty, because they deserve to live for it and were born to enjoy If. ..olgium should bo proud of her conduct and satisfied with her sacrifices." Now York, Mar. 12.-Fifty-seven restaurants and lunch rooms, whofte proprietors have confessed to ignoring food regulations were closed today by order of local food administrators, with tho approval of Herbert Hoover, the national administrator. The places will remain closed until midnight tonight. Mr. Hoover, who at fended a conference hero yesterday with local officials, issued a warning that extreme penalties would follow further violations of the food conservation rules. GOV. BURNQUIST DENOUNCES \. P L.'S UNION CANDIDATE WANTS tT RECOUNT [ SOLDIERS HAVE REAL OF RELII Old, Fussy Religion of Home-Folks Will Be Changed When Soldiers Return New York. March 12.--Rev. Laugh-Ian McLean Watt, M- A., K.R..S.R, who was chaplain for the Gordon Highlanders and 1b known as the "Piping Parson" in the British Army, was the guest of honor and chief speaker at the annual smoker of the Canadian Club of New York at the Hotel Biltmore last night. The Scottish preacher thrilled the Canadians with many stories from tho trenches, both humorous Bnd pathetic. He had been asked, he said, how long the war would last. "Let me say," he said, "that when�f first crossed to Prance on Christmas Eve, 1915, and got with the; boys I found them all fussing among themselves as only British soldiers can fuss, because they wore being kept, back from the front so long; they feared they would not got with the front line in time to enter Berlin on New Year's Day. Later we changed our plans and decided to enter Berlin on May 1. Well, we have changed our minds many times since. But wo have not changed our hearts." Major WaH spoke of the tolerance among the various rel!giou3 representatives at. the front. There is no bigotry in' martial religion. "I slept with a Jesuit priest," lie continued. "We ate together, talked together and worked together. His Jesuitry did not taint my Presbyterianism, nor did my Presbyterianism poison his Jesuitry. We buried all side by side and let God sort them out. And right here let me say that you people who are always quarrelling and fussing over religion will find that you must change that kind of religion when those boys come home." Disloyal Chaplain of the U. S. Army Is On Trial By Court-Martial Honolulu, Mar. 12.- Trial by court-martial of Captain Krai)/. J'Vlnler, chaplain, Tinted States army, oh charges of pro-German utterances, was in pro-Teas today at Fort Shatter, where Captain Feinler has been stationed. Kvldenee against Captain Feinler who was arrested u week ago and lias since been held incommunicado, was said to iiave been largely obtained through the assistance of uhimographlc devices. Aside from this evidence. It was said military witnesses would testify concerning lectures delivered by Captain Kelnler alleged 'to have been tinged with pro-Uermaii sentiment. SI. Paul, Minn.. Mar. :: --lieclinitig to address a meeting w! tin- Non-Partisan League, Governor Km nqiiisL in a letter to Arthur lieaueu'o. t-xeed So-...IvnraleH, Chariot tet aside yesterday by Judge Steward of flic] county cimrl. The judge hold that the' application was made too late as the i affidavits were insufficient thai there I was doubt about his jurisdiction and j I ho would not. lake the responsibility.! .Mr. Martin, who was four votes behind j j John 10. Sinclair. Liberal, i'- now ap j plying for a recount of Hie *o!dieri j vote in Rnglarid and Kraut e whose doctrine? are a benefit to Cor-many." RESCUED FROM A MONTREAL MOB Montreal, March 12.-Six policemen, using their night sticks vigorously, rescued L. G. Gauthier. M. P. for St. Hyacinths, from an angry mob of Mayor Martin's supporters in Baril Hall, Hochelaga, last night, when Mr. Gauthier was attempting to address the electors present in tho interests of controller Joseph Ainey, Mayer Martin's opponent for the mayoralty. ADAMS Everybody likes chewing gum and there is one gum that people seem t years old, weight. :i000 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, !> years old, weight."2S00 lbs.; 1 team brown mares, 4 and 5. weight 2600 ibs.: 1 team re;:a mares. 10 years old, weight J1000 lbs.; 1 team grey marcs, -I and s years, weight :}0uu Jbs.; 1 team bay mures, 9 years old, weight. 2MU) lbs.; 1 team brown and (black mares. 7 years old, weight 24011 lbs.: 1 team bay geldings. .10 years old, weight :i:!00 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings. G years old. weight 2800 lbs.; 7 colts coming 1 year old, mares and geldings; 4-2year old'colts, mares and geldings', ti other good work horses, young and right. 26 brood sews, with pig; 10 barrows; 1 boar. 72 HEAD OF CATTLE-20 head of milch cows, some fresh, balance to be fresh soon; 2 registered Shorthorn bulla, papers furnished coming 4 and r> years old; 50 head of other well bred young cattle, not described. IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-13 sets work harness; 1 fanning mill; l Massey-Harris manure spreader; 3 grain tanks, complete; :! bundle racks, complete, good as new; 3 wagons; 6 hinders, 4 McCormick and 2 Deering; 1 Kentucky press drill, new; 1 Hoogier pross drill; 1 land packer; 2 21-t'oot drags and carts; 1 14-inch-Oliver gang plow; 1 14-incli John Jleere gang plow; 1 Ill-inch walking plow; 1 John Deere breaking attachment for gang; 1 McCormick mowing machine; 2 8-foot John Deere, Discs, in and out throw; 1 8-foot spring tooth cultivator; 1 potato cultivator: 1 breaking cart; 1 blacksmith's outfit, complete; 1 bob sled; 2 drag carts; 1800 lbs. binding twine; 50 bushels potatoes: 1 ereuni separator, Magnet make; 1 democrat; 1 single buggy; J 32-h.p. Reeves engine, out 4 years; 1 42-70 Avery Separator, new. complete i i]iiipiiients; 1 12-bottom John Deere engine gang, complete with stubble and breaker bottoms; 1 cook car, complete with stove and utensils; 1 bunk car; 500 bushels Marquis seed wheat; 500 bu.-liels seed oats; other things too numerous Jo mention; 100 chickens; 10 geese; 1 Ford truck; 1 Ford touring car. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON LOUIS FELLGER, OWNER NICHOLSON A GEBERT, Auctioneers JAS. ATKINSON, Clerk wmmmmmmmmmmxfsr, PUBLIC AUCTION HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND ENLISTED. I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT MY FARM 12 MILES EAST OF LETHBRIDGE AND 2 MILES SOUTH AND 3 MILES EAST OF COAL-DALE, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 14th, 1918 1 team grey geldings, 4 and 5 years. 1 team geldings, 5 and 8, weight 3000. 1 team geldings, 5 years old, 2800. 1 team mares, in foal, 5 years old. 2400. 1 team geldlng3, 7 and 8, weight 2800. I team geldings, 9 and 10, weight 2800. 1 team gelding*, browns, age 11, 3400. 1 team mares, age 11, 2800. 1 gray geldings, age 7, weight 1250. 1 gray gelding, agt 7, weight 1400. 1 gray team, mare and gelding, age 12, weight 2200. 1 team mules, age 4 and 6, weight 2100. 10 head of cows and steers. 10 head of cows and calve3. 1 extra good milch cow. 1 new 3' 2 inch wagon and tank. 1 new 3| - inch wagon and box. 2 wagons and hay racks. 1 new McCormick binder, 8 ft. 1 John Deere binder, 8 ft. 2 8-foot discs. 1 new Oliver gang plow, 14 In. 1 16-inch Emerson sulky. 1 set of 4 section harrows. f" 3 sets of new work harness. 3 sets of work harness. t 5 dozen chickens. Household goods and many other articles too numerous to mention. FREE LUNCH AT 11.30, SALE STARTS AT 12.00 PROMPT TERMS CASH POSITIVELY NO RESERVE FRANK L. LEA, Owner W. W. HONEYSETT, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE 51 HEAD OF HORSES 2 Sets Breeching Harness (New) and About 40 Horse 1 Blankets, (Nearly New). On Section 26-6-11, W. 4th, 3 miles N.E. of Foremost On Saturday, March 16th COMMENCING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP 1 team grey mares, age 3. weight 3000; I team grey mares, age .;, weight 2900; 1 imported pure bred Clyde Stallion, age 7, weight. 1900; I imported Percberon stallion, age 13. weight 2260. The above horses are Clyde and Pcrcheron. J team black mares, age 4 to ti, weight 2800; 1 team black mares, age S. weight 2800; 1. team brown mares, age '. weight 2700; 1 team brown mares, age, 4. weight 2700; 1 team sorrel mares, age ti. weight 2800; 1 team sorrel mares, age 9, weight 2R00; 1 team bay mares, age 5. weight 2800; 1 team bay mares, age G, v, 'ght 2700; 1 team bay mare.s, age li and C. weight 2800; 1 team grey mares, age 3. weight 2SO0; 1 team black and bay mares, age 3, weight 2700; 1 team bay mares, age 4. weight, 2000; 1 team bay mares, age 4 and tj. weight 2000: 1 only, bay mare, age G, .weight 1400; 1 tcim grey geldings, age :i. weight 2900; 1 team black geldings, age 3, weight. 2900; 1 team groy geldings, age 3, weight. 2S0O; 1. team roan geldings, age 5 and 7. weight. 2400; 1 team roan and hay geldings, age 4. weight 2400; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight. I.'IOO; 1 black Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight. 1250; 1 grey Grade stud colt, rising 2, weight. 1200; 1 team sorrel niai-es, age 4 and 5, weight 1100, will make fancy saddle horBes; 1 black saddle mare, age 4, weight 1050; 1 bay mare, gentle for a lady to drive, age ti, weight J000; 1 roan pony gentle, age 6, weight 1000. All above mares supposed to he in foal. The horses are Clyde and Percherou. Terms of Sale-Half cash, and credit on the balance till fall. NO RESERVE, ONLY ON THE TWO STALLIONS. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. D. GARRISON, A. W. LINTON, Auctioneer Owner AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock and Implements At 19-5-22, W. of 4th, 4 miles West of Magrath On Thursday, Mar. 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORDES-] team black geldings, 0 and S years old. weight 2700 lbs.: J team bay mares. 7 and S years old, weight 2S00 lbs.; J grey mare. 4 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 grey geldings, (j years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 7 years old. weight 1100 lbs.; 1 team bay geldings, 4 years old, weight 2000 lbs.; 2 saddle, horses, *'< and S years old; 1 grade Percheron stallion, X years old, weight 1900 lbs.; 6 mures, 0 to 8 years old, weight. 1.300 each; (J geldings, 4 to S years old, .weight 1400 each. All above horses broke to work. CATTLE-1 fresh cow; 2 cows to be fresh in spring; ti store hogs, 125 lbs. each. HARNESS-9 sets of double team harness; 25 horse collars, sizes IS to 22. IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 duck foot cultivator, nearly new; 1 4 section steel harrow: 2 gang plows; 1 Massey-Harris S-foot hinder; 1 Deering hinder; 1 lumber wagon and grainNank; J lumber wagon and box; 1 mower, 5-foot; J hay rack; 1 land packer: 1 disc harrow; 1 single buggy: 1 walking plow; 1 .McCormick binder; 1 fanning mill; 1 blacksmith forgo; 1 feed grinder, 15 inch burs; 1 Sharpies cream separator; 1 Humloy engine. 15x45', I ;;ti-Kumely separator; above engine and separator only used one reason; I 6-furrow plow, gang, John Deer make. Also household furniture and effects. TERMS OF SALE-Half cash, balance to be payable November 1st, 1918, on approved joint notes with 8 per cent, on all credit amounts; or 5 per otnt. off all credit amounts for cash. JAMES A. SMITH, Auctioneer HILMER BROS., Proprietors 43 ;