Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATl'lllUY. MAUCIl 15, 1018 DAILY IIKIUU.I PACK NINE The. Devil" (By H. P. CADSBY) The Demon Ilutu--iu Hie soft up Ihrte buiulrcd million a of ami light com- 'Ing aii ihyrlltaftij aa-ewcr. uHl to: him? AViil parliament vote in it drinks? are delicate quest Ion H. What Id iho ittiitudc ol parliaoferit toward tbe liquor prulitem? Well, 1 (Should say it was Ihe holds bis breath, whK'li doesn't ifeijuirc roucli boldness or much year lo carry uud threw mto th'e 'put- te.f fdvv" phorft months'ago U worth picking up canuot .prophesy wiiat parliament will Uo with IhoVliquor rroWfcui but I hare-asked for bcjttcr beer and more Y of it. Tiiesc are tlio days when labor I must liavo its hcnrt. This lact alono i ts support enough, for anytbing par- liament may rio for labor to nuike rapjtal easier in ita mind. It's thn poor man that hns suffered moat. The rich man has bad hts whiskey, his gin, hie wino alt this time in his well-stocked cellars. AR the supply ebbs and the danger ot thirst comes nearer, he feels bis views nn Rhsolute prohibition, changing. ho gets another cfiance he will vote for a reasonable liquor L policy--soinplliins that will Jay the f jjhost but will not banish spirits al- logcllicr. Hut Iho poor mart has had 5 no such tolaCe, His.good cMvt substitute for been taken away and a two and a half per cent, belly-ache put in its place. Major Power, M.P., believing that (tils ia oiitrnscuiisly unfair, will intro- duce an amendment, if the situation warrants it, oonfiFcatfng all the prl- "vale MippllfcR KO long as the work- jug m'au docs not gel a square deal. Tilajor Tower's nnwndmenl ffi well contrived. liven Ihe prohibitionists I j oaii vole for a policy pula I 1 everybody on an cfiu.il footing. If; Cancufa, goes bone-dry it must clcr.r across and clean hcanllng. fiance for the goose Is feaucc for gander. v It Is labor wliicb throws n row light this question of a light which pnrllanient cannot help Krom Ihe great republic to thp south comes n. no.work. common sense of narllamtiiA con- Mfiies that heer, less lif.tfflievfsiu. yen r, while thft war PMM tin, there wnre ftV.'parlAi' who dlrn'd In. Iml now ttifit stn ii n t'flfll iJifjtifjoo. aTjiAteuf hP.To haulcil Ihe roil labor lot? iwaato just waste-sir is it tbrifl ia J from the strain of life? IXJi-s ihe workingimn usure cbturlul wlieu he hamls Mr, Klavelle -jtvcmv cents i pounrj Tor or lie pays five tf-nts for u cool driiils after, a hard Ji-.y's work in the foundry? Dues ho fed thai pichibitmu Is aijJojslng or Imply ruso of the to itiore work out of him aud of the food pro- dice to get more mouey? Parliament ia d 'spaced to admit .Ihot the is over and tliat clrtuui- alior fiw as 1 see it. KnU-nte Cord all IK- proliibitlon a 'j is the it u comjeticn? v. of Ubor tumuli] Hquor If labor doesn't get a liulo mild re- freshment, it ir.uy lake uy wKh somt1- thing a greai deal anarciiy. lor example, liesidc--, Ihcrc arc' our alilws, the French, Either, of Two Mountain, irade a hit in ihe the cihcr tlay when hct st'izud on the pres- ence- of (Jen, !o score a point for light Fren i- n wines. A ro w e goi ng hack 'on our comrades in democracy now the war is over, or U the giving horse tjuelj, lime, nmrity AUCTION SALE of FARM STOCK 1 HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. F. C. PIERCE TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, MAR. 26 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP On tke nortii quarter, Section 36, Tp. 7, Range 21 30 Head high grade Shorthorn heifers. 3 years oil. due to 1> t fresh in April and May; 5 cows tlue fresh shortly; 2 covrs milking, 1 high gradu Shorthorn bull, 4 years olJ; 1 4 olil, ICO', Ibs.; 12 hesd of steers and heifers, rising 2 years old, breeding. These cattle arc all of the Do well tyre suitable for utilizing or Reds and Hoans in "color., HORSES: 1 Koan inarc, S years old, 13GO 1 bay geUling, "5 years olil, "1'4'0'ff lus.; 1 sc-t of lieavy trucks, suitable to carry cook car. TERMS OF" per cash, the balance to be approv- ed joint notes payable November 1r 1919, with 3 per cent, interest, on all credit amounts or 7 per cent, off for cash, on the credit amounts. F. G, PEARSE, Owner, LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. E. ENGLISH, Clerk J, A. SMITH, Auctioneer. rvt-1, a far Uie mil.- tltai served only two years. Jlis n ukl tiiuo quill pen. u; is C'v I lust thrjugh writing cf two (ipv- a rule. Inn as HH iliu.se jiroduced by for Thackeray mus-t regarded pro- ii' Ihun Hiiriy Ifumiil LONG-UEED PENS ,ru- jn-u. vvliivh riting JM iri of facts. ov was 'Liri wriihi? with uj> ih-iu'K gvrvvd him tor t, h ing n r Hi. I wt Tlutt. -vo t-asiesi, j pen crjtisorvatiou. ur.il it iiiuy isartyr- j en! ni LI Ki'r.i-ral i soitie- 1 tar U-J per- i Thaikc-rAy ami llolmoa tlian ii is 10- give [day. l-ens. in the last (jiia AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT JOE MADAFOR'S SALE STABLES, ENCHANT, On Thursday, March 20th AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED __ i Sorrel mare, T years old, broke; 1 sorrel gelillng. 3 lieen bitched; 1 mare, (i years, broke; 1 bay mare, 'J years, broke; 1 hay mure, 4 years, broke; 1 black mare, G years, liroke; 1 grey gelding, comiriK 3. hitched; i gray mure, 4 years, been bitched; 1 gray C years, broke; 1 gray marc, r. years, broke; 1 team sorrel toming ;i years, hitched; 1 brown gold En K, 4 years, broke; 1 buy gelilitijj, coming 3, been hitched; 1 bay gelding, 4 yc-ars, I brown mare, coming been hitch- cd; 1 black mare. years, broke; 1 bay mare, coining 3, been 1 black gelding. 4 years; 1 gray gelding, years, broke. The above weighing- between IIOU and InOO have been in (ho viable for ihe last month, and aio in good shape to siaft to feed gmiu for spring TERMS. Time will be given till Oct. 1st, t9t9f on approved bank- rL'lu paper, with interest at 8 cent. 10 cenL off for cash. GEO. SORGARD Owner. E. 0. WRIGHT Auctioneer. OSCAR NELSON Clerk. The Robinson Folding Bath Tub Harvey's Humaoe Docker Having iised Ihls docker wilti splcniiJ resuUs for the two ycara I am placing it oa the market. It culs and sears immediately and prevents bleeding I have found this tlockor tlocs not retard Uie growtii of the as is the case in the ohl Tncthoil of ciorljiiiE, puls thu- hn'.b one month. My humane docker can Le nsetl by any one. FOR SALE BY R. C .HARVEY, 631 5th St. S.. Lethhrltige, I Phone 681.' Guaranteid for ten years, 60 in: 21 in, wide and 16 in. Comes set up ready for use. When not in use cart be folded and put away. Be your own beat frieud by having one in your home. Prepaid upon receipt of, price, Jlo.OO. Agents wanted. 6 Dominion Block- W. R. COLLINS, General Lethbridge, Albsrta. AUCTION SALES BY GEO. P. PORTER Phone-1692-327 I.Ith Street South 'for it iniKrt When Ilif Kovermnrnt. 'rrtnc-dr.v nrdcMn-council only a platform phiyihlng, bcfl'r could, be in lliu bllgt. Uiil riow (hat Holslmvlsm Is getting wnnelhing miint ho done lo rr.nkn i'f (h6 soVt'rMTnprinins'l'ir'jiiraldi AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. J. J. TIFFEN AND MR. j: C. CHENEftYTO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON Friday, March. 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK, SHARP AttlheY J. Tiffen Farm, 11-8-21, 6 miles South-east of Ac City of Lethbridge HORSES: J bay team ot setdines, t years old. lira.; 1 grey ttam geldings, 4 and 5 years old, 2500 Ibs.; 1 lirpivn. leant geldings, 4 -years 2600 Ibs.; 1 sorrel team of mares. 4 and 7 years old, 2600 Ibs., 1 tnare In foal; 1 grey team 5 .years old, 2400 Ih's.; 1 grey geMtng, 4 yerirs old, 1400 lbsJl.il srey' marc, 8 years old, HOO grey mare, 3 years Ibs.; I brown mare. 4 years old, 1300 Ibs, in foolj 1 bay marc, 1 years old. 1300 Irrs.; 1" bay marc, 6 years ohl, 1250 Ibs., in foal; 1 grey inarc. 6 years old, 1100 marc, 4 years olO, 1200 Ibs.; 1 driving mare, 10 years old, 1100 Ibs., 'in foal; 1 black hiare.M years old, 1200 1 hay mare, 10 years J4MI Ibs., In foal; I saddle pony; all horses broke to work; 1 brootl TERMS OF HORSES: 25% cash, balance payable by aiiprovctl Joint notes' on Nov. 1513, irlth S% on all credit amounts, or 8% off for cash on the credit nmounls. Citile, Implements and Household Furniture CATTLE: IS head of choice dairy cows. Including Shorthorns, Holslcln and .Jerseys, gome fresh mul, others Tresh shortly; g hcail of 2-year-old sifters and fceiferc; 5 calves, IMPLEMENTS: I'cprrusalaii packer surface; 1 Mncnet creairi separator, 10M 1 nnd hay rack; 1 Irnck wagon, water and noacj'l ftein rack; 1 lumber wagon grain box; 1 of Irjjn harrcwn; 2 1 haj V rakt; 1 3 (jitw at n tuimlior at Hhoyela and jjicnt. REi Tor .r.-room Inclinllng-. 1 goixt 1 new oil stove- 1 lic-ilcr; ;i bcil- ircsso'r nnc( wdslf stand'; anil anil-lea. TERMS OF SALV for tin.- rattle., jinplcinenls nnd furniture Ths rurfltnre are the property of, J. C, Chenery, Who h.nvinj iotd his wjlf move' them lo J. J. plice.for J j. A. J. C, froprifton, E. EltCLISH, CLERK. Auttlonter: AUCTION SAIF rlUvviiVyll iJriLii.1 MONDAY; MARCH-24% 1919 On Sec 36, Tp. 9, R. miles west oi Lethbfidge )t" 2 miles west of Kipp Station HORSES: 1 registered Clydesdale Stallion, C years old, a good -one; 1 gelding, S years'old, 'weight about 1350, 1 gelding S years old, 1350. (bay 1 geliling S years_old. 1150; 1- gelding, 4 years olJ. 1150; 1 gelding, years old, C heaO marcs, 3 and 4 years old, N 1 25 h.ji. steam engine, Waterloo make, run three seasons thresh- ing, In good condition; 1 Advance Humley separator, 36x60, fully run one. season, light reserve; 1 16 bW. water tank and 'wagon nearly new; 1 1 bbl. water tank and wagon; -1 gang plow, 12-Inch, breaker and stubble bottom; 1 sulky plow, I G-men, breaker and stubli'e bottom; 1, twenty disc seed drill TERMS: and stallion 25 per cent. balance arrang- etJ to suit purchaser, with approved security Interest at 8% dis- cgunl, 6% for cash. Other stock and implements cash. Ueo. r. rorter, w H HARVEYl owner. Administrator's Sale AUCTION SALE J I AM INSTRUCTED BY MACKENZIE t HENZIE, SpLICI- FOR TKE ADMINISTRATOR TO OFRER FOR SALE.WITH. OUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC SALES BARN, LETHBRIDfiE, ALBERTA, ON the 22ml flay of larch JIB, 1919 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP IN THE AFTERNOON THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND 1 Team of roan 7 years old, weight 2400 Ibs., in AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements, etc. I have received instructions from Mr, Christian .fensen, who has rented hts farms, to iell by (public auction On FRIDAY; u uicu uun, i jcma, jiuviu j tuw, yeani, iresn; 1 double two seats, good condition; I heaTy farm wagon mid tandlo rack; 1 heavy [arm wagon, triple boi; I single Talking plow; 2 sets double harness; one separator, together with1 otlier chattels, too numerous lo UHBUOB; also 6 teams young-Blares, 1300 lo 1400 Ibfc. TERMS CASH. GEO. P. PORTER, Andlonecr. At 12 o'clotk, sharp AT HIS FARM, yz MILE NORTH AND 4 WEST.OF MAGRATH One team grey mares, 9 years old( weight 3000'lbs.; one team brown marcs. S years old, ,wclglit Ibs.; one luare, 'I years old, weight 14ou Its.; bnc bay mare, u years old, 1300 Ibs.; one team dark brorn ninres, 5 and fi years, 3000 one tcntn brown m.ires. 6 years old, 2700 Iba.; three irey geldings, 6 nnd S years ohl, 1350 Ibs. each.; one mare, S years old, H50 one dark tnare, S years one nmtthod span grey gcldinyp. 2GCi> His.; one marc, 12 ycftra one span ilark grey marcs, 7-years 2500 Ibi.; one sorrel saddle horse, 1100 HJP.; 7 brood sows lo farrow April 1st to.lOlh; 1 Stuilp-- liaher wagon; 2 ISD-bushl-I grain tanks; 1 8-fobt cultivator; 1 IS- double disc drill Cocksnnll; 3 S-ft, binders; 1 12-inch ganK plou-, Jewel; 1 2 disc pan plow; 1 3 disc plow; 2 double disc in nnd out throw disc harrows; S-scclion harrow; 3 Itox atlarbmcnt for McCormlck Mnder; 3 farm liarncss; 12 horse collars; 3 bull rakes; 1 iced grinder, power; 1 Go-gallon feed c-otikcrj li Champion alnglc buggy; 1 iron bcdstcjil; hed.Ueaii; 2 Ucd aprirtgs; 2 mattrfsRi.-ft; 1 foldlni; bed; rtisliea and cooking nnd rnaiiy other nMlctc.i loo imm- crous to AU'tTIONEEft'S, above are an exceptionally good bunch and are All bred to R pure bfetl Percheron stallion thsrt will be at the ranch at time of sale. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH AT 11.30. c. w. HEATHERSH'AW, CLERK.' CHRISTIAN JENSEN, GEO. P. PORTER, AOCflONEEH. PROPRIETOR. AUCTION SALE Having sold my fami, and moving to tho Stales, I will sell by PubHc Auction On THURSDAY, M'ch 20 At ten o'clock, A. M., ON THE EAST HALF SECTION 1, TWP. 2, RANGE 24, W. OT 4TH, 4 MILES EAST AND MILES SOUTH OF WOOLFORD, THE FOLLOWINS: LIVE STOCK, MACHINERY AND FURNITURE HORSES, CATTLE, ETC. 1 Dlack mare, 9 years old, weight 1400; 1 span bay mares, 10 years old, 2300; 1 bay mare, in foal, 4 years old, HOO; 1 giay mare. 3 years old, 1300; 1 iron gray mare, 4 years old, 1300; 1 bay marc, 3 years old, 1300; 1 bay gelding, 3 years old, 1300; 1 span geldings, coming -1 and ;G, 2SOO; 1 sorrel gelding, coming 3 old; 2 geldinga, coming' 1 year old; 1 mare, coming 1 year old; 1 nony, fcood for children, years old, SOO; 13 head of No. 1 Milk Cows, five ivith calves by their side, balance to freshen soon; tj coining 2-year-old, lo calve Ihis spring; 3 coming 2-year-old Rleers; ?7 heKcrs, coming yearling; 6 steers, coming yearling; 1 3-year-oid red polled hull; 14 hogs, weight from CO lo 120 75 chickens, mostly young; -1 turkey" hens and one Gobbler. MACHINERY 1 S-fool Peering binder in 'good; repair; 1 11-foot grain drill, double disc-, in Rood repair; 1 14-inch gariK plow, John Deftre, In repair; 1 H-ln. sulky breaking plow, .lohti in good I S-fi. disc harrow; I 4-aec. Iron drag .harrow, lever; 1 linrrow earl; 1 McCorinlck mowej; i 14-lncli walklns plow, .atubble bottom; tiolato cultivator; wagon with box, corn. lileio, nenrly uowi 1 light wagon with' box; 1 deinperst, srxid. 1 made r.lclgti; i.aets ilouhla harness; saddls anil hrtillo; 1 grind, slonc; 10 bushels polatoes. TERMS CASH. Free lunch will be served on the groumh. P. Porter, H, A. AUCTIONEER. B. E, MAY, CLERK.