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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKS1JAY, MAltai IX, Ull'J UKIULIJ 1'AGK Ni.VB IN PttCE TERMS hOXDO.V, March Uonar leader in llip bouse ol cyinuwjis, told that totly today thai it> tlie beit ol his both-f ihprc was DO fyunjatlon Tor ihe tlial a hilt'li fcad occurred in lo o( Iho draU ot ibo peacta teimy because ol divergencies ol opin- ion on Iho subject of Iho le'aguo of na- tions. Ilonar IAW made this statement In replying lo.a. ot Mr. Uyt tutnley. au assurance "Dial Uio tcrius agreed upon by nil reprcseiiliiltvea -al the cohtorence jirlur lo I'resEdcnl uouUl be communicated promptly to the enemy. So Declares Major-Con. Maurice in Kor Princess Pats 1MUFAX, March Sir Frwterli-k Li. K. C. il. O. C. 1'.. v.'iis ;i L.U Ihv O.r- lunnin, urrivius litre yesterday, t'oiue over lor the purpose tine, j I was lie rft-ouiunn-ivil their [tosliion. 'rin-y Ua-l him as Irtfns au t-srvptiuiLiillv JIHG body oi tut'ti ami wvru Vl-t I-'- any unit 1 hiul revuhtrf.Ji'j j Ho ttiuuK I iMtl to werv a stationed "i1.1 K 'uuluiv.n uf J 1 UO'.ltOu Was Vfrry f-m: Tuinlng to the suiii- 1 immediately from rumors of i n srtiil extent to ji'-r-i m woiul'Tiul V.MY M-.iitnrn jiiic ilut lui- iV.' iuKil nil toil of) iu mud. Teach the Children to Save MATTER ALL SETTLED !'JI> !tt A T "-id d'li. [W Ciiluinus in ri-tiapl -ciHvr tut- i LS? li-- E ilOf-n au-t lo OMJ P.a JK'.uiim uf all conterni.'it. j the members werr AV. 15; "Kro'wne, President of S. Ullingwell, M." IA A., Thinks Gov- Will 'Aid to Tin- Hej-al'l) rs- CRltCLl ;i on Saturday after- a largely-nttesifltd hctil'fn Uie Warner uiiera aildresstil P. H. Peters. Mr. poster of'ttic C. I1. It., of Jloymond, j ami Messrs' "M or ton. J of Warner. Air. W. B. llroivn, presi-i ResGfvc Funds............................. 15.S03.CW Tolal Asssts Over President, Kir Jlerbcrt S, Holt. Vice President unj Mauaging Director. K. L. (Jcneral K. N'eHl. Supervisor o[ Ctnlral Western Hnrndws, Ilobcrt Cuniil-oil. 'Ihlrty-Iour Ilraiic'lii-s in Alborta, forty-one in ISrltkli tweuty-iiitie in JEnnitoLa, cnu liumlrsd anil forty-lour in ninety-five tn fiftj-one in Queljet: and Fevctuy in the Maritijuis ot fmir hntnlrcd atnl liranties throagliout Canada, Im-liidliiK sis in Newfoundland. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES A. f'.irkfr, Magrath J. K. Atkinson, Manager H, Taber C. Dlckson, -lUnaeor In Nationali- lies and. Different Groups Eight for Control '3tO.XTRBA.Li March see- day's Eftssioh of the first Cana- dian Jewish congress held in the Au- tiitorliim.Kail Vesterciay, acccntnatert the ffict'that while ihe riEsembly wai united hy Ihe-bond :of race and reli- gion, it -was a people of diverse na- tionalities, tongues and political eym- There :were differences of some sharp encounters 071 the tlcor.durlng the il'.scusslon, and although, these for the most 'parl fcTred, 16, tlio Mnsiiiutlon of that, or- ganization only, there was n sharp linies between tho diffor- wWeh arc afjnljig (o con- trol the new orgnnliation. The So- cialist group" the western prov- inces, instance. ftppoAred afraid Hint tho eonsen'ntivo easier! going to control orviuiljaliaa. .The president, Mr. Lyon Coacti. had .d iliffEcuU task in main- order antl, In making any lircKross' the InislncsB, but he pnt Ills hanii Bn tho iloinss and his rut- were accepted when It camo to decldlps hetH.ecs.sis sncakera. all ot vhoni( wore on the floor at one tlnio, talk'mp; In, Kngllah, others in Ylildish. The delegates Included wo- men, olid df whom made her voice hecrd times. WILL atr NO DAMAGES TOUOXTO, Mflrcli IS. hna IIC'RII given by' Koae, dlainissing ot various rosUnrMnt wlio kiwi (lie city Tor'ltSiiiageaVariJifng nut of the rdurnei! riots fn Augual Iwl, The JHjfgo lyj atl prwotlcnls iht- police Iiavtf (nol been bald (o ho the servants of the tmmicipalKy. Baiiking Service VOUR banking requirements may A be entrusted to this Bank wilh every confidence thai careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH' WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, Manage! J. H. S. Manager J.Vj STEEL, igistered April 7th to 10th ulls 750 JU'JC-IMG ALL DAY MONDAY, APRIL ALBERTA CATTLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAU MEETING. PALLISER HOTEL..8.00 p.m., APRIL 7th. Auction Salt, Morning, Afternoon and Evening, April 8th, Sth and 10th Animals ,i3ld in .the following order: 6 Galloways. 255 Herefords. 370 Shorthorns. 123 Aberdeen Angus. Sale patronized by the best breeders in Albania. SPECIAL' PASSENGER RATES' Fare and one-tliirrf from Al- Ijerui stations. Ajir.r fiih to Dth, and ri'Cjnihii! (n Ayr, SPECIAL. FREIGHT RATES Association jiays Ireight lo tuirrliasers' stations in Al- tiprta. and Brit- ish Columbia at nominal rates. THE OEST PLACE TO BUY BULLS SEND FOR CATALOGUE AUCTIONEERS: S. W, PAISLEY, J. DURNO, H. O. TELL1ER, Lscomb3 .Calgary Farmington, Minn, THE ALBERTA CATTLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION W.M. SHARP, I'resiUent K. RlCHAUDS'OXi, Eccy. ami Director, Spring; Horse Calgary, March 25th to 28th Larsc entry nf "liifeli qualiti' horses. The lea place to imrchase or exchange horses. The Robinson Folding Bath Tub Guaranteed for ten years, SO In. long. 27. In. wine anil 16 In. deep.-' Comes sat ni> reaay tor use. When not in uso con Iw folded anil jiut away. De i-oiir own best friend by liavlnt; one in your home. Prepaid i.pon receipt of price, JIo.OO. Agents wanted. v W. R. COLLINS, General Agent, 6 Oomininn Block. Lethbridge, Alberlr.; .....S: MONDAY, MARCH 24th, "On Sec. 9; R. o{ Lethbridge "2 miles west of Kipp Station. HOUSES: 1 registered Clydesdale Stallion, 6 years old, a good one; 1 pcMing, S years old, weight about 1350, .1 geldiug S years v old, 1350, (Imy 1 gclrting S years olJ, 1150; 1 4 years old. gcltiing, 3 years old, 1150; G head marcs, 3 and 4 years old. __ 1 25 h.p. Waterlrfo make, run three-seasons-thresh- "UG- in ,gooil condition; 1 ArtvEiriCe Rumlcy separator, SGxGO, fullr equlppptl. run one soaeon, light reserve; 1 16 bM. water tank anil ivsgon new; 1 7 hbL water tank anil wauon; 1 gnng plow, I. 12-incli. breaker and stubble bottom; i sulky IG-inch, breaker and stubble bbUom; 1 twenty disc seed drill.' TERMS: Engines and staff ion' 25 per cent. balance arrang- ed to suit' purchaser, with' approved' stcurity interest at dis- count, 6% for cash. Other stock and implements cash. Auctionesr. W. H. HARVEY, Owner, R.C. Harvey's Huraani flicker Having used Ilila (locker with splendid results for Iho iinsl nvo I xm pladng It on tho nisrfcet. It cuts and seavs imtncdialely anc! prevents bleeding I have (dim! Into ilocVer rtoea not rclircl the grnwlh nf IhB Iaml> ns (a thn case In.tlin olil mclhorl of dnokiiiB. which' tninb lui-k one Sly ilnckcr can1 lie tiacrl uny I'Ofl SALE BY R. C .HARVEY, SALE 'Stock, Implements, etc. I have received Instructions from Mr. Christian Jensen, who, has rented fils to sell by public auction On FRIDAY, March 21st At 12 o'clock.-snarp AT HIS FARM, PrtlLE NORTH AND 4 MILES WEST OF MAGHATH teaiu grey V old, weight 3000 Ibs.; one team brown marca. a'ycTira olil. weight '2300 Ibs.; ono Ulaclc inaro, G years old, weight 1100. lay marc, 5 years old, 1300 Ibs.; lehin ilnrk brown mares, S anil 6 years, 200f) Ihs.; ono team inarca. C years oM. Ihs.; three Rrey G anil 3 His. each.; one black marc, S years olil. 1S30 Ihs.; onn dark riinro. years old, 1250 Ibs.; one raatchou span flroy Ills.; on-s mare. 12 years bill, 1200 Ibs.; ono spill dark grey mares. 7 years old. Ibs.; one sorrel saddle horse, 7 Lrooil sov.s In fjrnv.r April in to ICItli; 1 Sluile- iiaK-r wagon; 2 loO-lraslivl Krain tanks; 1 s-fool cullivator; 1 1S- clouliic disc drill Cockshmt; McCorraick Wiulers; 1 12-Inch Bans plow, Jewel; 1 2 disc inn plmv; 1 3. disc pan plow; 2 double dbc In and out throw sc hirrovva; S-pectitin lever harrow; 3 flax nllaclmieal for lilr.iler; 3 sols 12 horse collnrs; r hill! ratios; 1 tocil sender. power; 1 60-gallon feed rociScr; 1 Champion blower; 12 [cjrks; 1 slngio bugsy: 1 iron bciUlcul; 1 bcdjlead: 2 hcd springs; 2 1 toliling bed; dishes and cooking Z.T.I) rasny oilier arliclos loo num- erous !o nu-nlion. f AUCTIONEER'S nbovo arc' an cxctptionally good blindi of marcs nncf arc all hrtil lo a pure bred Pcrchcron stallion tlinl will bs al the at time of sale. .TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH AT 11.30. G. W. HEATHERSIIAW, ELEjiK, GEO. P. PORTER, PROPRIETOR. AUCTIONEER, Habits arc acquired early in life. Children, who are taught the value of money and the habit of saving, grow up into good business men and capable women. The eas ie ay to te ach ch ildren to save, 13 to start a Savings Account for each child each is After a child has saved another dollar to make an additional deposit, he or she wiH have a better appre- ciation of just what a dollar stands for, and much work anlself-denialitrepresents. Htsd Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established I8B4. 1.1'lSJiKlIMJK BUANCH, R. J. DINNING. .MONARCH BKAS'CU, V. A. tfol-Kl.Y, auAXCii. si. A. KILPATKICK, Acting A TRUST COMPANY Tho avTaee individual liUlc many services per- formed Trust Cmnpnuios, aud how great is their influence for guod in the tnniiiiiiiiity. IsiiiuUJas estates, they manage pioyrrty, collect rents, attend ty iiayitictit ol Taxes nnd Insurance PrcuiiuMis. and many other tho companies Tender, wliirh enti-r into c-very day life ot intlivMutiU. the Trust Company comes morn anil lo fill Ibal in the community to which they are entitled by virtue ot ihalr varied form of UEcfuInesa. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE. 315 FIFTH STKEET S. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 184S AUCTION SALE Having gold my farm, and moving lo the States, I will cell by Public Auction On THURSDAY, M'ch 20 At ten o'clock, A. M., ON THE EAST HALF SECTION 1, TWP. 2, RANGE 24, W. OF 4TH, 4 MILES EAST AND MILES SOUTH OF WOOLFORD, THE FOLLOWING: LIVE STOCK, MACHINERY AND FURNITURE HORSES, CATTLE. ETC. 1 Black mart. 3 years weight 1400; 1 span bay mares. 10 years old. 2SOO; 1 bay mare, iu foal, 4 years old. 1400; 1 gray marc, 3 rears old, 1300; 1 iron gray mare, i years old, 1300; 1 llay ware. 3 years old, 1300; 1 bay gelding, 3 years old, 1300; 1 span gciainss. coming 4 anil S. 1 swrol gelding; coming a years bM; 2 geldings, coining l year old; 1 mare, coming ,1 old; 1 pony, coon tor children, 4 years SOO; 13 liead oi No. 1 Milk Cows, five ivith calves hy their side, balance to Ireshen soon; u coming 2-year-old, to calve thla 3 coming 2-year-oliTsteers; <7 heite'rs, coming yearling; 5 steers, coming yearling; 1 3-yeaf-eld red noiled bull; H hogs, weight trom GO to 120 IDS.; 75 chicken's, mostly young; 4 turkey heua and one gobhler, FURNITURE 1 Piano case organ; 1 sectional book 1'drop side coucli; 1 parlor table; 2 rocking chairs; 1 small Quebec beater, Round Oak heater, good shape; 1 cook stove, nearly new, 1 bureau; 3 cols, -1 'new; 1 dining-room lable; 6 dining-room chairs; 1 Mlcncn cabinetj as 1 De Laval separator, nearly now No. 15; linoleum, dishes arid olher articles. MACHINERY 1 Dcering binder in good repair; i 11-foot stain drill, disc, in good repair; 1-14-inch John Deere ia good repair; 1 14-in. sulky breaking plow, John Deere, in good repair; 1 8-tt. disc harrow; 1 4-Eec. iron drag harrow, lever- 1 harrow cart; 1 5-ft. JlcCorrnick mower; 1 14-Inch walking plow stubble bottom; 1 potato cultivator; I 3tt wagon with box, com' plctc, nearly new; 1 light wagoo 'wltli bo.t; 1 democrat, good shape; 1 home made sleigh; 3 Eels double harness; 1 saddle aid bridle; I grind stone; 40 bushels potatoes. TERMS CASH. Free lunch will be served on the ground., Geo. P. Porter, H. A. Honey, AUCTIONEER. PROPRIETOR. B. E. MAY, CLERK. AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. J. J. TIFFEN AND MR. J. C. CHENERY TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING! FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON Friday, March. 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK, SHARP At the J. J. Tiffen Farm, miles South-wt of the City of Lethbridge HORSES: 1 bay leam.ot selillngs, 4 jean oM, 2600 !bs.; 1 grey team geldings, 4 and 5 years old. 2500 Ibs.; 1 brown team geldings', 4 years old, 2GOO His.; 1 sorrel team o! mares, 4 and T years old, 2600 Ibs-, 1 mare In foal; 1 crey team marcs, 4 and i .years old. 2400 Ibs.; 1 grey, gelding. years oW, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey mnre. S years .1400 Ibj.; 1 grey mare, years old, 1350 Ibs.; 1 browiv mare. 4 years old, 1300 In foal; 1 bay mare, I ytars old, 1300 lha.; 1 bay mare, 6 ycara old. 1250 Ibs., in foal; 1 grey- rnarc. 5 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 innre, 4 yenra old, 1200 1 drh-lns; mare, 10 years.old.'UOO lb.v, In foal; 1 black marc, 4 years old. 1200 Its.; 1 bay mare, 10 years old, UOO Its., In loll; 1 saddle all horses trolie lo work; 1 urood sow. TERMS OF HORSES; 25% cash, balance payable by approved, Joint notes on Nov. 1st, H19, with 8% on all credit or 8% off for cash on tho credit amounts. Cattle, Implements and Household Furniture CATTLE; IS head of choice dairy .cows, includins Shorthorns.1 Jtolslciii and Jfrsoj-s. some fresh anil others fresh-shortly; S jiMd -of 2-yoar oM alters and heifers; u calves. IMPLEMENTS: 1 cornlgated pache'r surface; 1 Magnet cream separator, capacity; 1 and'hay rack: 1 truck uater tank, punij) nnd hose; 1 Ilaln wagon with rack; 1 lumbfr find grain bnx; 1 set of iron harrows; 2 cultivators; lihay.. rako; 1 btnfler: 1 mower; rolls of hog wire; a number of toota including forks, shovels ami nlcksN HOUSEHOLD FURMITURE: llousulioM furniture for i-ioem house including: 1 good range; 1 new oil stove; 1 healer; 3 bed- steads, springs ami mattress; 1 dresser and wash slaml; carpets- licddlng, crockery ware' ani! otlicr jlnall arliclea, TERMS OF SALE for the callle, impleineuls nud furniture are cass. The cattre, implcmenla antf furniture are tht property ofi J. C. Cliencry, who having told his farm, will move them to J. J. Tlffen't plar.e for said. J-J-TIFPEf'' 'J. A. SMITH; J. C, CHENEfiY, Proprietor., E. ENOLISH, CLEflK. AuetiOnetr. ;