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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT IIM: LKTIWftHXiK IXUKY HKRALD KHIDAY, MAHUl 1-1. TGKOXTO, March the caucus of ia itie lure yeclervliiy, the Mail auit Umpire (Conservative! reports (ins morning C3 fallows: "The Conservative spent Dearly hours in caucus yesterday ihe temperance' question. End when iliev came om iho meni- whiJo more- or less In the Oark to the deiaiJs Administrator's Sale AUCTION SALE I AM INSTRUCTED BY MACKENZIE 4 MENZLE, SOLICI- TORS FOR THE ADMINISTRATOR TO OFFEIi FOR SALE WITH OUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT BONNELL'S SALES BARN, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, ON Satirtiay the M Osy of March HO, 1319 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP IN THE AFTERNOON THE FOLLOWING STOCK AMD IMPLEMENTS: 1 Team of roan inarcs, 0 anil 7 yc-its otJ, -1W Ibs., ia foal; 1 team 7 years ulJ, 2-lC'O; I dark roau aged years; 1 My aged i years; 1 roan filly, aped 1 year; t rogisu'rtd KoUtfv.i hinfcr, bivd to Moyd i LVvIue's jiure bred bull; 1 cow, s soou; 1 v'cw. S years, fresh; 1 double dvitiocral. two seats. fcooJ comiiiion; 1 heavy (ami wagon and bundle rack; 1 heavy farm wagon, triple box; 1 singlo warning plow; 1 disc harrow; 'j sets, harness; Magnet sejKmuor, together with other cMltt'U. 100 numerous to mention; a'so fi teams YOUTH; loi'O to TERMS CASH. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer. AUCTION SAIE OF REGISTERED STANDARD BRED HEAVY HORSES AT THE LIVERY BARN, COALDALE, ALBERTA On WEDNESDAY, M'ch 19 AT ONE O'CLOCK GEORGE RUSH OWNER 1 steel grey Pcrcheron sialHoa. rising 4 weighing 1900, registered; 1 dapple grey percheron stallion, rising 3 years, weigh- ing 1SS5, registered; 1 black Percheron stallion, rising 4 years. weighing 15SO, registered; 1 sorrel Shire stallion, rising 5 weighing 1730, registered. Prizes and ribbons go with this horse. 1 strawberry roan Belgian mare, rising 6 years, weighing 1690, in foal, registered; 1 strawberry roan Belgian mare, rising 5 weighing 1710; 1 bay Percheran raare, rising 5 years, 1700, Ia foal; 1 brown mare, rising 3 years, weighing 1100; i grey Pereherou mare, rising 7 years, weighing 1450, in toal; 1 bay :narc. rislag S years, weighing 2400, in foal; 1 bay mare, rising 5 years, weighing 1200, in foal; 3 yearling" colts, good ones; I foals, good onee. Also the following, the properly ot Bish Davies: 5 head 3 year old mares; 5 head 4 year old geldings. cash, for the balance bankable papers maturing December Ist, 1919, at 8% interest, will be accepted. 5% 'dlsccunt for each on all credit amounts. All registered Animals on which credit gWen be insured at purchaser's expense. PETER LeVALLEY; Auctioneer, Phone 1603, D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk, c-o Dowtley Land Agency, Lethbridge. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK 1MPLOIENTS On Thursday, March 2Oth COMMENCING SHARP AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. At the Farm Lately Operated by Bert Maxwell, 1% miles Sooth of CoaUak, Main Road. 6 mares, 5 and 6 years old, in foal; 5 mares, S to 10 years old; 1 brown geUing, 10 years old; 1 cow, at foot; 1 covr, to freshen ia May; 1 wagon. Up top box; L vragon ami grain tank; 1 wagon, light Manitoba rack; 1 bugsr Pole and shafts; 1 10-20 Titan engine with 14-Iach breaker and stubble bottom power pJowa; 1 M as st.v-H arris binder auto truck, 7 ft. 1 Massej--Harris binder. 8 H.; 1 Deerins hiiider with truck, S ft.; 1 McConnick reaper; 2 Peering mowers, 5 It.; 2 sweep rakes; 2 bay rakes, ordinary; 1 sleel roller, S ft.; tandem discs; 2 Kentucky press drills, double disc 15s; 1 steel harrow, 5 sec. lever with cart; 1 John Deere salky plow, 16 Inch, high lift; 1 John Dc-ere ulow, stag sulky, 15 inch; 1 P. 0. gang1, H inch; 1 Emerson disc gang; 1 John Deere cultivator; 1 rural ditcher and Barter; 1 float; 1 siting 200 gallon feed boiler; 2 hay racks; 6 sets double har- ness; 1 blacksmith's outfit; 1 4 b.p. gas engine; 1 Manitoba grinder. loch; 4 grain pichlers; I Emerson wild oat separator. Tools and Utensils too numerous to mention. No reierve. Everything must be sold as farm has been rented, of and under cash. Amounts over half cash, balance on approved note maturing Nov. 1919, with interest at 8 per cent per annum. PETER LeVALLEY, Auctioneer. JOHN M. OLDHAM, Valparaiso, Indiana, Owner. Auction Sale I HAVE BEErrith pump Jacks complelu; one heavy service pump jack, manutactureil by Ontario Wind Engine and Pit nip Co., worm drive; one donbla corn and bean planter; one Kmerson rldirig corn cultivator. Indis- pensable for cultivating row crops of till kinds; onu walking John Deere corn and potato cultivator; one surface packer, 10'ft. RJrb; one Brandon packer, CampLcll subsurfnce; ona Ucss woodin harrow, 24 wtde; one sleul lever 1 sections; four Me- Cormtck dtacs, 16x16 with lor.guc truck; one slcol land roller: four iBlernaltonal Duck foot with extra shovels, com- plete; two Emerson triple 12-tnch bottom gaug-i with breaking and stubble boltomi; 2-botlom John IXiere ganga with sltibblc bottoin; one IS-lnch John stag sulky; one Depr high lift aulky; one 10-inch Stag Deere sulky witfi breaker and botlonw.; one Cockshult sulky with stubble and breaker bottoms, complete; one 2-bottom engine gang plow, stubble bottom; tavo field feedlnK wagons, complete with gear in good order, one for 20 head ot Rtocfc. other 12 head. Imlispcmaablfi for fcedinE work horses In tteW noon hour; two Van llnmt press drills; two high-wheel 22-runner Van Urtint tkiils; one Internallona'l manure one Kmcreon spreader; two comjilele blackimlth outfits, including hlowere, anviltj, stocks and die Hcln saws, hammers, .wrenches, post drills, etc.; a large yuan lily of 26 and 28 Inch woven hog wire will also be offered; two Owens' smut ctwners with wagon elevator; 40 nets of .work harncas, in good orrter, having been recently repaired and ollcrl; one d-sectlon Deere fiprlnx tooth tuiHlvalor; one Titan tcn-lwenly kerosene tractor, complete with self-siecrfng device, extension rnitfl and Ihreshlng pulley, In good condition; some steel drams, oil pump etc., useful around tractor; Ihree need Kord care, those cara have been used by us Jn (ho operation of (he farm and a'ro In .-working order and repair, (wo are 1917 model louring todies, one.Jm roadster body with truck box; ono Uo Laval cream .separator N'o. 12, capacity 450 Iba. per hour; one Fresno -4-hW8e scraper; acraper, a large number ot Rvencrn and frees of small (ools, forks, shovels, etc., too numerous to mention; dozen Wyandolle Blraln hens; a nuatiilly of potatoes will also oiierca. fvnitwt, Stew, Dedu. froci hot all day on tlio gronml. Pnrlics coming frota a rfMUnco p slock csfi! plnced ai snd te.l.ling will lie ni-oYl'ilod it walillng any one same n! sale. Of CjlOe Cflsli. On liftrics and cnnltt ,non( S raourtiii1 lluift will bo given on lien nan tearine "liacr R. A. JOHNSON, H. E. MEIBACH, Aactwneer ;