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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta lUli LliTHBRIDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGE SEVER ---.--.-.- Uabor Leaders of U. S. and Britain Warn Against Peace JEU.S.iBORIIES r': , , -� New Torlf, Mnr.-16;-Sniniicl C?om-pora, proaldont of tho Xmcrlcah Fctlor-aljloii ot I^ibor, vlgonpUsly ' ileromlad tlio loyally of, orffanilifed. inUor In tlio Unltod StutoB-ln Uf'e.iyar against (Jcr-'many, In an ndilrcsa'BolIVorcil here'to-(liiy nt n mooting callOdlby the Nation-� al, Civic Labot, parly., � j' Tlie atlrtrcss of Mr. Gbmpcrg >vE^a,,fn. reply to a talk with' Paul Kollog.-'odl-tor of the "Survey," JUAVhich ho fh'afli^ refnrencc to tho taflut-o' 6t the Aiuoirl-iian li'odoratlon to send roprosontritlvos"] to tho Intcrnutloual-.Labor Cnntereucb' hold In London, Kobruary 20. Mr. ,Qom-pora Hald tho ronaon that tho Ameri-ean Fodoratlon of Labor waa "not rep-rrsoiitod waa becanao the Invitation from Arthnr Honderaon waa received too Into tor American"repreaentatlws to he preaont, AasurtlnB that the Holsliovllcl and other radical elements have' been and �are trying to nilarepreabnt American ^rKanlzod labor, JVIr^ IOI�a 00^ �'\ ir,,ono to llH-t.Ooo doxeu; beef from 1,500.000 to $10,000,000 pounds; l)ar.oi\ and ham from 134,000 dozen; bef^f from 1,500,-000 to 10,000,000 pounds; bacoA and ham from 1ti,GOO,000 poiinii-i to 1(1,160,-000. Kxport of freab, fro/.c^i and pickled .pork alone show a (iDcnia.-ic. Pork Exports Large The Increase in efpon dI' Cmadian pork, la however, uiiicb groaler this year as the import oV pork which comes chiefly trpui I'm I'nited States | In February, idlS, wa;; only r,TO,Oi)'i) pounds aa compared v.Ith 1'j,i;oo,0(iO pounds in I''ebruary of liirit yoiir. Tlw? Imports of bacon and li.nu wcin; only thirty-tour thousaifd pounds tUi'i yoiu' as compared with two nillllon poundH laat year. Tho Impoi'Ci ot tl)e other j coraraoditioa also show a slight de-creaae. In Februaiy, I'.Ho, there.worn WON'T BE ASURPLUS OF FARM LABOR it ia.loo early yet to ilut.ji'miiie (!��.-finitely just iiow acute Ih'^ farm liibiir .�iltnation la going to. bo this year in SoMlliori* Alberta and ollur parla of the weal, accordl^ig to .Mr. .r. Doii.qnll, igrlcuUnral agent of tlu; I'.l'.U., who la In the city attet'iding annual convention'of the wool growiir.s. .Mr. iJou-!;all Jiiink.s that the I'UHli^of nu;n from outside points will not start tor u few" days yet.. The rates arc jii.it mm going into effect, Tliero Ix, hov.'evcr, no outlook that there will he any auvplu.-f. lvelght 3300 .lbs.; .1 team, bay geldings, 0, years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 7 coUs coming 1 yonr old, ranrea and geldings; 4-2year old colts, mares and geldlnga; (i other good work horses, young and right. , � 2B brood sows, with pig; 10 bartows; T boar. 72 HEAD OF CATTLE-20 head of milch cows, sohio fresh, balance; to ho fresh soon; 2 registered Shorthorn bulls, piipdrs furnlslie"t\ ' tomlng 4 and 5 ypars old; 50 head ot other well bred young ca(lle, not dofecrlbed. \ � ' IMPLEMENT8,>ETC.-13 sets work harness; 1'(annlng mllj; t , Mnssey-Harris manure spreader; S grain tanks, complete; 3 bundle racks, complete, good as new; 3 wagons; � binders,'4'McCorhilcIc and ' 2DoorIug; 1 Kentucky press drill, jiew; 1 Hoosler press drill; 1 land packer; 2 24-foot drags and carts; 1 14-Inch Oliver jjarigptow; 1 14-Inch John Dooro gang plow; 1 10-luoh walking pWw; 1 John Deero 'breaking attachment, for gang; .1 McCormIck mowing machine; a' '^�foot .lohn Doere Discs,'In and out throw; 1 S-footaprlus'tooth c'lil-tlvator; 1 potato cultivator; 1 breaking cart; 1 blacksmith's outfit,, complete; 1 bob slod; 2 drag carts; 1800 lbs. binding twine';'50 buBh-v vOls potatoes; 1 crbum separatov. Magnet make; X tlemocrat;! single buggy; 1 32-h.p. lleevos engine, out 4 yeava; 1 4*70 Avery Separator, new, complete eaulpmentp; 1 12-bottom John Deere, engine gang, .complete with atubblie and breaker bottoms; I cook'car, complete with stoVo and utensils;, 1 bunk car; SOD bushels Marquis seed wheat; GOO bualiela peod oats; ;o.ther things too numerous to mention; 100 ..chlokons; 10 goeae; ,1 Ford truck; 1 F.ord touring car, . ^TERMS CASH. " FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON \ ,',, LOUieF.�LLQER, OWNER NICHOLSON A QBBERT, Auotloneert JA8, ATKINSON, Clerk PASSENGERS HAD IlLLING MS Uuljlin. Mar. IB.-Tiie iiasr.fns'Mfl and crow (if tho stcaniehip Uallimor and hose; motor cyclo; oil pump; a quantity of harness; 2 boating stoves; 1 full oak jcitchon cabinet; household goods too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE-Stallion; Tavo Engines, Separator and Engine Plow, "Halt Cash. On balance, given November 1st, 1918, . purchasers to furnish-approved notes'bearing S per cent, interest. A discount 0/ 10 per oonti allowed for cash on credit amounts. M. O. WENDLEBOE, Owner HANK FANNING, Auctioneer -__i^ii.-^__ '�>________ �- AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock and Implements At, 19-S-ZZ, W. oi 4�h, 4 miio West of Masrath ' On Thttrsday, Mar. 21st ^ AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP \ ',' ^ HORSES-1 team .black geldings, 0 and 8 years old, weight 2700 lbs.; 1 team bay mjires, l.pnd 8 years old, weight 2800;Iba.;., 1 grey mare, 4 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 grey eoldinRB, C yeara old, weight 1400 lbs,; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 Iba.;! team bay geldings, 4 years old,, weight 2B00 lbs,; 2 .saddle horses, � and 8 years old; 1 grade Percheron stallion, 8 years,old. weight ,1900 lbs.; 0 mares, 6�to 8 ;yoars old, weight 1300 each; et'^ldlnga, 4 to 8'years old, weight 1400 each. All above horses broke to \/ork. CATTLE-1 fresh cow; 2 cows to be froSh in spring; � store hogs, 125 lbs. each. .  . HARNESS-9 sets of double team harness; '25 horse QoUars> sizes 18 to 22. ' * . ^ IMPLEMENTS, ETC.-1 duck foof, tjultivatov, nearly now; 1 4 section steel harrow; agorigplgws; LMnsseyTHarris 8-foot binder; 1 Deerlng binder; 1 lumber wagon and grain.tank; 1 lumber wagon and box; 1 mower, 5.toot; 1 hay, rack; 1 land .packer; 1 disc harrow; 1 single buggy; 1 walking plow; ,1 McGormlok binder; 1 , fanning mill; 1 blacksmlDh forgo: 1 feed, grinder, 15 Inch burs; 1 Sharpies cream separator; 1. RiiinleV'engine, liJx<5; 1 SO-Humoly , separator; above engine and separator only used bno''season; I furrow plow, gang, John Defer malc6,' Also household furniture and oftocts. , - , TERMS OF 8ALE'e-Half;�'Mh,'balanee to b� payable November "''I 1�t, 1918, on approved