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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It THUHSOAY, MAHCH 27, 1919 LBTHBHMX1E. PACK SEVBN HUB COUNCIL naEEATEDECURES Herald Report Ifcaied at y HII WON SEtltflU, There was a large attendance ot telesales at last night's meeting ofj the Lethbrlclso 'J'rades and Council, the clilef bualueFd being to ]ienr the reports ot Delegates McXabb Canvasses Situation and iuid HauklD3 to tho vonfennco aud the question or .the] rinds ItttSC OTIC Hlg Union. -There was a. lot of discussion on the question. ani Ihe reports of the delegates were au- ceuted. Uil'I Dtny Report During the discussion Uiu miners'] this morally M to the fnflumza dolcgates denied tho statement in the j affon. and hli Mnding was lhat there; local pri'45 of Tuesday's Issue is every Iftdlcfttioa or an abatement Iiil that their lo tbeirlcf tho ftpMtmfc. The situation Is Tar i International convention were coming from critical aa during Xo- liack opposed lo Uie Ona RlK Union, j rwriber tut, there beinr not more] LIEUT. COL. B.RDWHISTLE TO SC HERE TOMORROW U.-Colonel K. J. UinlwfllRlle geiieral secretur> of Uie St- John Ambulance Association. will be in city Friday, lie will give an exhibition with films, of which lie has Teet, on HIP work of tbe or- ganlMtiou. Jt iv ill bejielil m tht> Colonial' at lhe evening performance. Chief Hardy of the city police is a member uf the St. John Am- v bulanue Association and is ar- ranging for ihu visit. The V. A. D.'a of ihc city will attend the lecture. Boys of 39th Will Arrive in Daylight Hours; Welcome Plans Some Interesting l-'acls and l-'ig- ures From the of lu- (erior Annual itepoil S.9CO acres. Tiic total revenue derived 1 will Gem ral McDonald, D. ihc minister yj-ir t.-ndiiig lie re ve QUO 10 liuvo tills comi'S Anxiety, t ;_____ I I inquiry was made by Mayor I xiie the medical fraternity It was IndlcMed that the miners of District No. IS would tupporl the 0. lhaii JO per cent, ot the cases thcu reported. The only place wntre there seems ,10 beea.anj- increase is in tfie special miujr.s sect-ton." said the mayor.' _ e to :t jn "vt> coniprisiTig acres; in a >re BUUonary or Arrange urn r u Saskatchewan, leases, com- al. I', to a man almost. Standard Scaie It was lo call a meeting shortly to arranso ilard sKtle of wages for building work. showing a detrrate. We are' etc.. :t beins fell that this neccs- care'of matt to the recent trauWo on tnc hospital. Ihere WnK 47 Hi the the Cola building. present lime. We are tiring for 31 Civic Agreement [othur cases In Ihe hoipltal." The delegates Troin Uie civic Tiloycea presentert their propcseil whidi are going b the commissioners shonly. The conu ell ctfjorsed Eame. antl uromised thel today The annual rt'poil of the Interior fjr tu March SI. ISIS. Waterton been JI.307.C-5. M fitjin licfnFPS. canii rentals. The report ot the Lauds at l.tlliuriilg' ins MorcJi :il, IMS. the revenue to have bi- Qitarlj; ft 141 and rum AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. T.S. GREOSON, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 1st AT HIS RANCH, N.W. SEC. 1, TWP. 2, RANGE 25, W. !0 KILES SOUTH OF CARDSTON, MILES NORTH OF KIM- BALL ON TRUNK ROAO TO AETNA, THE FOLLOWING; 40 HEAD OF matched teams of heavy stock and young; 1 learn hay" drivers, 2000 Ibs.; 1 team sorrel marcs. 2000 Ibs.; 3 saddle horses; 3 matched learns of 3-year-olds; malchcil teams of and a number of other young stock. 64 HEAD OF cows, fresh; 16 con's, fresh In spring; li'heml of 2-year-olds; 1 2-year.old steer; 1 2-ycar-old Durham bull; 22 head yearlings; a number of calves. t 2 scls breechlnB harness; 1 set crouper harness! plow harness; 1 set driving harness; 2 odd harness; 4 good saddles and bridles; spurs and clnpps. T Bond wagons 1 1 Stuiicbaker buggy, '-nnE-jc. ami shafts; 1 set of bob- i'lelghs; I cutler; 1 Mnssey-llarrls hinder, S feel; 1 Docring plnglD disc ilrill; 1 Masscy.Harrls cultivator; l.hanil culllvntor; 2 disc harrows; 3 steel harrows; 1 Cockshutl Jewal gangiplow. 14 fn.; 1 Crest Went ganr ulnw, 1! In.; 1 nock Island sulky plow, 10 (n.; 1 hand plow, 14 In.; 1 Dee-inc hay rnVe. 10 feel; 2 mowers. fi-feel; 1 scraper, nearly 2 ntcel Wrrels; 2 barrels sail; 1 sel false guards for blnccr; 1 Babcock milk and cream tester; cream cans, separator, churns, etc-.; and a lot of oilier articles too numerous io mention. COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK. Come early and get home v early. TERMS CASH. FREE LUNCH AT NOOK. GEO. P. PORTER-AUCTIONEER T. M. WAV, by the (Jrent Veterans orniug. while Mayor Hardle teceiv- J a wire lalt-r in lhe day (bat ar- be rnaSc to have ie 39th arrive during daylight boiirs. The hope is lhat IJrig.- eueral Stewart will also be to cave the legislature tor a day and ieiid the ceremonies. Committee Appointed At a meeting hehl at the city hall ast night lo discuss plans for the re epticm ot the 391 h iiaitery, commit ee conijiosetl of the following, Capt, C. C. McKenz.e, II. Macbeth, W. S. Ball, II. Marrs, Elton, will- he mayor and nommissLonera was ap to arrange The com arrange it that lhe unit win CQIUD la body io this city from Mfdlclno Hat 011 the train that arrives here at Please answer by telegraph or phone thai we may get onv with our niDgemenls." TORONTO STREET RAILWAY MAY APPEAL ITS CASE LON DO M arch ad Uu Associated priry coun-. ell has granted tlie Toronto Street Railway Company permission to ap- peal in Its case against the corpora- lion of Toronto. The case raises lions arising from the aclhm ot the Ontario railway municipal board penalizing the company for not pro- Tiding more cars. Ixird Halaane that the case aroused very large ques- tions. Both Dominion and provincial attorney-generals should notlHwJ. NOTICE Owing to the ing the following p SOc per Ib. of 48c per Ib. of 46c per Ib. of 44c per Ib. of CRYSTAL DAIRY The Robinson Folding Bath Tub Guaranteed for ten yean, W In, long, 11 In. IS In. deep. Comes set up ready tor use. When not In use can be folded and put away. Be your own best friend by oaring ta fmr borne. Prepaid upon receipt of price, tlfi.W. Agents wanted.' W. R. COLLINS, Gtwral AfOat, 6 Dominion Block. UOitrldn, Alberta. B.C. Harvey's Humane Docker Havlnc Ihls docker with splendid results for the years I am jilacing it on lhe market. It cuts and sears immediately and prevents I tmo founrl llila floclicr dots not retard lhe growth ot Jntnt) as Is tlio.tase lii.tbc.pM metliod o( docking, iflinlt bick one monlh. Mr-humane ilockcr can be by My _ FOR SALE BY R. C. HARVEY 031 8th Street S, ;