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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KIGHT lU-.UAU) SATiiHOAV. MARCIt.ait, Western Speakers in House Do Not Fail to Tell West's Wants it to the Indeed bare ruavaiained iulerMt tor it cannot be.kept djwu, it ia .or the. eonutiy to rrucot .ihe new being imide upou it, in aildiUiMt to the expenditures arising out ot tbe- war. Today the Ijrcas inurm bearing debt sight of JS.5M.WO.000 and Kith already in sislu it hardly seems pcss'.blf lo keep ii frem reaching gross. speech front the -rne action cf the government in Compared with what some European their contributions j receiver for Orandlmtior.s aw cariying tils may uol OTTAWA Mar. nienvls wider uf subjects. a have caa'.inued to command much teller style, bal lack the An- in the debate on address'tlc.faicn sense- of Ihe practical. WANT STEAMSHIP SERVICE ;FROM CANADA TO JAMAICA KINGSTON. Jamaica..March -I (The Canadian gavrinmrnt has been lo establish a divert stoamshiu .to jjiualcj. It being under- ukMuUai tanff ni .ivu teuvd tb'haTe'thm. t tO BC- slroij. no intratioo on tbri part of weaUni to, pet a tin'kvvd'cif OK OR tay "CMM tlrroiuti1.'' Rather ftan uo ettkec themieivx; tah tiis ifrya sot the problem, tor inmlaiiii'l Mil luw.'to ill lie of tte In ;appnl WEE, rude ff.Ttie veraaiett prtairiaiion oMae meet a y "all be. co'n- 16 6t. CU A t. it 'a IcwAIes than aitty'py othtf deliverta'so !a'r this n. it beeii made b7 en old: ''ConiervatiTe it vroald hardjy received as much nolioe, bat it t trim one wlio, tireatrreara ajo, jalra the }lbu3e 11 a Liberal.'lie ol the of tJie champions; at the light in the wiodow I'the'latch stijns in ift.-cilltil it.-and Ift it fee ptainly Fn thtt IE goveinmerit tie right, it "was good enough f'5r' Columbia was well represent tbe rwe4k by fonr speakersj of Victoria, T. B.Stacey, TVJiG. JlcQuarrie, and Dr. Bormell Tftp.fini'ot hai been wan, baving-fone throufii 'of tbe; jreat'advance of last. Da and 'fail. He. handjed Sir i Hnffbes (iDUe..rouiblj-.'bejop ra- t.s4r .fnctined io call the latter an arin abUf cittic. Member -XcQnarrle, who JA'i old Liberal, treated bjFiUtion conrteouerj-, bnt not very MpoinlT.- tven wwt so far to i tot-of nnfectiMry fufs orer the War-Times Election 'Act. C. is rot eloquent, but aa speaker. Because 13 o! the 'Maaltoia Groivtn, -more IniportBnce at- lo his words, than Co vhoseTot tML average wembtr. Ko he was (ol- lolled very cknely by Sir Thomas Waited aeveril other ministers and twbd eSMd House. He. unheslUtingly that Union 'Govemrnent deal not only the war, but all tie problems arising out of IC-jlt had rery llllle confidence in Ihe-old L-lbeya.K.or in the old Conscr- party el'Jur.: .The people.want. tl new party; for.which reason he leaked (onrard vtith confidence to Ihe evolving a satisfac- tory-Uriff-policy, -which would gjve iMf. pecflle hi the rani .dtMrlcts the fcftfpe been so long dcnkd. Ifr. "JlicKle, But Edmonton, in Ma let (I thitt, In gen- -position on the tariff was ftr nrtich o; Dr. Michael at dumbly- In a .clever speech devoted attention (o (lie rLlberalisra of Older.' lie could not tin- ow a Liberal could endorse M, or gov- by In Valorous but very direct made wiUi tKHh the miitsler R. Ijie eajojlsg Wjwghly his miny clever aKMnaK B language not their own, IbMe vKrabers put ot lie onea (o niiich lltne In The boat of cover Unreserved kUGTION INSTRUCTED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF OUINSEY, OF NOBLEFORD, TO SELL THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY WITHOUT RESERVE On TUESDAY, Mar; 25th At the Qabisey on N. W. 1 4 oi 15-ll-23r W. 4tk. 21 N. W. N.bW.rd, 6 wnlh Barons. HEAD OF HORSES- 35 1 spi.ii diirif iron ereys, mare and geld. eg; I span jron ;iUre kmd teiding; 1 spaa greys, mares; i span dark iron greys, 1 spin iron geMiiiRs; 1 span Iron greys, geldings; 1 rreys, geW-.aSs; 1 darii iron srey mare; 1 grey mare; i bay mare; 1 grey, selding; 1 brown. g eldtng 4 bay ratrw; I coming year-old 3'cQraias 2-yrtr oM colts; 2 comlnE edits. These horses are ali-Psrchcrou Wei icO broke; in ivork condition. them and youc f> 'THREt I'-piife Holsteiri Vith ctit at. foot. -papers furnished date ol sals; 2 higii grade Hoi stein cows, fresh in spring; TWO ripcs MACHINERY oil trattor; 1 sepafator; 1 cook car; -1 bunt car; t Stewart skcaf loader; 3 large bundle racks ami wagons; tank and 1 oil tank Eirid gear; 2 wagons 1 wagon anii box; .1 wagon gear; 1 land; 1 culUrator; wood fra ess Bloom manure spreader'; 1 harrow cart; 1 Price fann.og mill with 15 ft. elevitor; 1 Fostott iiand fannint mill; 2 Xfassey-Harris binders nearly. new; I Deering binder ind 2 old Deering binders; 2 double disc Van Brunt grain 'diiili. qejtrly netr; 1 John Deere 11-inch gang 2 14-inch Cant- ojn' gang pjons; 4 sets disc harrows in and out throw; 1 "garden 1, garden plow; 1 blacksmith ou.iit; 1 set "drags; '1 4- Cousbman gas engine and extra lot ol billing; 1 side of barney leather; 3 log chains; some oil, grease and hard oil; U pair ot 1 horse clipper; 3 steel drums; some" palnl. and hnishfes; 11 sets of double work harness; 1 new set with brcech- hiiggj :and liorsc blanheta; 20 sacks; about 50f) bueHcI ot some barley- chop; 75 11 Vutilw'sws, X quantity of Furniture, Including Range Stove. FflEE LUNCH at 32 o'clock sharp- at 10 a.m. siims of under, cash'; oyer that am'ouot a tiU'October 1st a n Approved Hen note, bearing; S per tent, interest from M. X. KILPATftlCK, CItrk ED. POPH AM, Auctioneer JOSEPH. QUINSEY, Admin fit rator. Unreserved AUCTION SALE FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. ORVAt. DODOS TO SELL PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT Reserve -v At Hb Fn, Ucated Two Mies West ud fire ides Nortk tk( UtkWidgt arm. On THURSDAY, M'ch 27 AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE rOLLOWINO FARM 1 span grey rpares, -8 2600 1 grey 7 years, IWO.lbs.; 1 Ijiy niare, C years, 1250 Ihs.; 1. grey mare, 10 years. 1500 i mare. 5 years. 1200 Ihs.; 1 span bays, mare and geMirig..4 rears, 2SW bay gtlding, 5 years. 1600 1 hay HtiO IBS.; 1 span .ponies, colts at side, 'ISM. Ibs.; 3 2-vear-oid colts; 2 yearling colls. i 1 milk cor. Some Hogs. Pujletf. 5 sets breeching 2 sets lead harnest, nil complete; I 12-Inch Imperial (Jans Plow, with breaker an.! stubble bottoms; I .IS-Wcb Prt tt. sulky plow, with breaker and Btuhble botioms; 1 nearly nnw 8-ft. JlcCormlck binder; 1 nearly neii' 4-it. McCoranick 4-ft. Ueering mower; 1 bay rake; 2 8-ft.. McCoralck discs; I >et four section steel harrows; 1 set Boss harrCm's; 1 Van Brunt double disc drill; 2 Webber 3% standard gauge irag- sttel skein Webber wagon, new; 1 UVbaibet Old Dom-' _ inlon tank; 1 clurap wagon; 1 democrat; 1 single btggy; 1 Stewart horse 1 Manon Kisch player piano, nearly sew; all other household goods and enuinrnenl. r ALSO A OHCAT WANTITV OF SMALL TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS OF SALE, CASH. O. J. PETER LeVALLEY AoetiMeeV PHONt LETHBRIOCiE. AUCTION SALE of FARM STOCK I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. F. G. PIERCE TO SELL SY AUCTION ON 26 AT I O'CLOCK SHARP OB Ike quarter; SeMwi 36, Tp. 1, Range 21 a.ilking or beef. anil Roaos in color.. HORSES: 1 Kuan mare, S years old, 1300 1 bay 5 old, HOO 1 sn ot henvy irucks.-suitable to carry cook car. TERMS OF cent the balance to be approv- ed joint not" payable November t, 1919, with 8 per cent, interest, on all credit amounts or 7 per ctnt. off (or cash, on the Credit F. G. PEARSE. Owner, LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. C. ENGLISH, Clerk J. A. SMITH. Auctioneer, Great Dispersion Sale HAVING SOLO MY FARM HOLDINGS, I WILL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE AT MY MONARCH :FARM, ONE MILE NORTH- EAST OF MONARCH, AND FOUR" MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF NOBLEFORD, ON. N. W. QUARTER SEC. TWP. 10, BANGE 23, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN. On Wednesday, March 26th till, COMMENCING AT ip'o'CLOCK A.M., THE FOLLOWING Live Slock and Farm Equipment 600 ot ItrtWrtJt Beei Stock Cattlt r 150 Iiea'd 1 2 and 3-year old steers; J50 head 1. 2 ami 3 year old heifers; 375 head of cbws from 4 to 7 years of age; 10 hie" -rade and r-jlsla-ed Hereford and Shot Uiorn bulls. .-These cattle are of high grade hftedinR of 'the beet tyiws and are ail dchorneU cws e tenR o e ee d in lots lo silt jjurchascrs. A number of milch cows, r milking fresh' later on will also hc.offelta. and will be sol 'ers'_oe res r 40 Etock, comprisins 20. head of mares from 4 to J vears of to registered stallion, serviceltce paid. These Biires are well brolie to harness aria -irtigh from 1100 to 1300 Ihs. '0 head geldlAs, well broken, from I to 7 years ot age. weighing from HOC loilSOO Ihs.This.stock will be ready to go into spring work as they have, been rccclvine grain lor Eouie time prior to dale of saje. Fari Implements One Buli Dog power failnint mill, as sor.d as new; one FiKfton band power faiwinE mill; one Vesaout grinder, 11 Inch rlate; one Kleurry inch. plate ivilh blower attachment, ami' this mill. Both mill and grinder arc in perfect shupe anil complete; one Armstrong' .well macliiiie, jrlth cMuiilete string o( drilling tools "and 400 feet'trt'H-iucTf'siec'l caMe. This machine is in shape to go to .work one le'n-hprsepower engine, iwrtable, and osed. la operate -well machine; three iy. h.p. pumping Dngines in good working order ivith rump jacks complete; one heavy service iramo Jack, manufacture.! by Ontario Engine and Pumg Co., worm drive; one double corn and'heart planter; one 'Einerson riding corn cultivator, indis- pcnsahlo for row crops ot all kinds; one walking, John Deere com cultivator; oru: surface packer, 10-ft. size; one Rrandon packer, Camphell sutenrlace; mo lioas wooden harrow, 24 feet wide: one slcel lever harrow, C sections; four Mc- Cormlck vilh tongue truck; one steel land roller; tour International Duck foot cultivators with extra shovels, com- plete; two Kmerson triple 12-inch bottom gangs wUh breaking anil slDhlile four 2-hoitom John Deere gangs with stubble bottom; one 18-Inch .lohn.BMre sulky; one 16-inch Deer Wfh lift sulky; one IG-inch Slag Ueero sulky wii.h and sluhble bottoms; one CiKkshutl with stnhble and breaker Iiultoms. complelft; Deer engine plow. holtoin; field feeding wakoas, cooipWto .with gear'in good order, one tor 20 head of stock, other 12 tor feeding irork horses in liclil noon -Van Brunt 15-runner press Uvo hlgh-who.el 22-ranner'Van-Brnp'.. 'Mis; one Inlcrnstlonal manure one spreader; two complete otjlfiu, includltis blo-.rers, anvils, stocliB and'dio HCts, yaws, post largo qtianlily ol -0 inch-woTtn hog wire Y.'lll-alao he offered; two Owens' smut cleaners with wagm elevator; Vi sets of work harness, io good order, having been recentlT-Tepairetl and oiled; one S-seclion Deere spring tooth cultivator; Titan ten-twcnly Kerosene trader, complete' with 'feli-steerlnc device, extension mud lugs and threshing pulley, in good condition; drums, oil pump with hose, etc., useful around tractor; three used Ford cars, these cars have bren used by pa in the operr-Uon ol the farm and are in good worV.Ing order and. repair, two are 1517 model touring bodies, one 1517 roadster body' with (met box; lie Laval cream separator Ko. capacity 450 per hour; one Kreaho scrapc'rV'or.e illp sr-rajitr; a large number of evencra and irces of all sizes, small toOH, forks, p.hovcln. oic., t.oo Ttumcrous lo mention; ft Wyandotlc strain hens; a quantjly of potatoes will oho be offered. r Honsebold Fanritnre, Stores, The Robinson Folding Bath Tub .GuireBWd tor ten K In. 27 ID. wtfe.aad II ri ready for-use. When. not ia UM can be foMvd aad put beet .friend by one in your boire PrepalJ -receipt -of Black'.. llsiils. I -INSTRUCTED-BY THE OWNER i f SELL BY. PUiLiC_AUCT10N. 0nTUE.SDAY, MARCH 25th AT ONErO'CLOCK "THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK AND il.srey mart, 9 years', Jbay mare, 7 years; 1 rrtare, 6 rcm; 1 bay luarc. 6 yesrs, 1 bay mire. 5 years; 2 Mr fflarei. 14. broken in foal; 1 bro-xii saddle horse, 9 years; i black gelding. 2 years; 2 bay males, 2 years; 5 yearHoe; colls; 1 bay mare, rising 4 years. 2 ra'nje cows, in call; 1 mifcb cow. in eall; 1' milch cow, tmb; 3; steers, 2 years; 2 heifers, 2 years; 5 yeorlins calves; 3 sprlos calves': 1 heifer, '2 years, pare bred. rcparat' l saddle'.. -.A tog to mention. TerrrjV No.reverye everything be aold, L. B! PETER AiKt-orwer; D. j.' McSWAlN, Clerk. Phone 1tM, I OtStc. 23, UtkbrWje Clrdesdale Stallion, 6 years one; a. years old, weigit about 1350, 1 gelding iilil, 1350, 1 gelding S Tears old, 1150; 1'selding, 4 years" 1150; 1 gelding, 3 years oM, 1150; 6 head aiirej, 'l SS'h'ip.'stei'ln engine, Waterloo make, run tares KUOM Uii ing, in good Coridilion; 1 Humley separator, ISiCO, j ono'season, light resen-e; 1 IS1 bbt. walfr tackL MW; 1 1 bbl. .water lank and wagon; 1 liinchj breakir'and stubble bottom; 1 sulky plow, lUncb.'irca add seubble bollotn; 1 twenty disc, seed'drill. i. and ttallicn 25 per cent. balance ed with apprcvca iccurity .Intereit at tfiv coiirrt, 6% for dash. Other ttock and implement! caih. H. HARVEY, free hot meals serS'ed day the ground. Parties coming from a distance, on the ottht trains Monarch will be. met by conveyance if we Milled and sleeping accommodations Arrangeihenta are befiig made with Ihe R. K. Co. to hate slock cars placed at Monarch, will be provided at stock yards enabling any one to tllSp saice dty of sale. TERMS OF Cish.'On horses and other equip- ment S monihs' time will ke given on approved lien notes bearing Interest at All sums under net'ta'sti, and over Ibal discount wlir be _'. _, H. E. MEIBACH, R. A. JOWjHOn, Aactwaeer (Miocker with splendid resulU for rtin'lim H m tbe mtrkel. i It cuti and tears immediately and prevents Weeing this docker dow not retard tko froVOi of' lamt) as te' (lie In Ihe old method of'dwklag, jrals'tlie, cue month. My homine docker en to tiled by one.' It C. HARVEY Lethbridge 5th Street ;