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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. TWr LRTHHRmOR DATT.T HKRAT.D PAGE SEVEN Health Triumphs over disease every time you use Lifebuoy Soap. For its mild healing and cleansing oi\o ore charged . with cleansing properties that inake it simply �avaluable. HEALTH i Mild and pure enough for Baby's skin-*hereforo emi-oeatly suitable for yours. The mild, antiseptic odor ygniaheg quickly after use. Lever Brother* Limited toronto mCONMlS ORDER OF Two at Lethbridge and Three at Macleod in Next Four Days I Political conventions in. the Leth-i bridge and Maclood ridings, will come fast and furious during the next tew days. Tonight at Macleod the Nonpartisans hold a convention to nominate a candidate. i On Saturday afternoon at Macleod ' tho unionists of that riding assomblc , In the town hall. Macleod, 'to nominate a supporter of tho union government. Names most prominently mentioned are Dr. Warnock, jr. W. McDonald and , Dan Riley of High River. On Monday night Lethbridge district unionists hold their nominating convention In the K.P. hall here. On Monday night at Macleod the Lauricr Liberals will hold a convention to name n' candidate. On Saturday Nov. 17, the adjourned labor convention to nominate a candidate to contest the Lethbridge seal in the interests of labor will meet here. The unionists primaries will be held In I-ethbridgG In the St. Augustln's Hall tomorrow, Friday, evening tor tlie purpose of naming delegates to the union convention on Monday next. REFUSED TEACHERS INCREASE Moose Jaw, Nov. 8.-The Moose Jaw public school and collegiate boards last night rejected flatly the request ot Principal Colling and 4e teachers ot the staff for an incerase In alary. WON'T LEASE PLANT Montreal, Nov. 8.~That the Herald Company, Limited, has rescinded tho resolution adopted by a majority ol the shareholders at a meeting on October 20 to lease the plant and machinery of the Herald newspaper to the British-American nblishing Company, and again publish the Herald under the old name was Stated in the practice division ot the superior court here yesterday, when tha petition o� I. J. Lehuray asking tor an injunction to prevent the lease from being carried into effect was called. A settlement In the case was arrived at recently. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS The iincletsignecl will sell by Public Auction at Sec. 20-11-19,1 mile south of Turin P.O. ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14th AT 1 O'CLOCK HORSES 1 blnck mare, 10 years old, In foal, 1400 lbs.; 1 blaclc mare, 9 years old, in foal, 1400 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 9 years old, in foal, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, 1500 lbs.; 1 black mare, 4 years old, in foal. 1400 lb.s.; 1 black mare, 3 years old. In foal, 1300 lbs.; 2 black Boldlngs, coming 2 years old; 2 mares coming 2 years old; 1 black colt, G months old; 1 bay colt, 4 nionthB old; 1 black gelding, 9 years old, 1000 lbs. CATTLE 1 red cow, 4 yoars old; 1 .spotted cov/, 3 years old; 1 red corw, 3 years old; 1 steer coming L' ycar;j oln; 1 ^eifer coming 2 years old; C spring calves. TERMS CASH MART FLOOD, Owner FREE LUNCH AT NOON B. B. SPENCER, Auctioneer Unraserved AUCTION SALE of ' FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS At the farm ol'l^tlgrar Kcsler, 6 miles south east of Raymond, Township 5, Rge. 20, Sec. 26 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th AT TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES: 1 matched team of black mares, 7 and 8 year,.weight 3000; 1 matched team of grey mares, 7 and 8 years, weight 3800; 1 matched team ot grey mares, 3 years, weight 2G00; 1 matched team of bay mares, B and 7 years, weight 3200; 1 matched team of grey mares, 4 years, weight 2500; 1 matched team ot hay mares, 7 and 8 yoars, weight 2800; 1 bay mare, 7 years, weight 1600; 1 bay mare, 6 years, weight 1400; 1 bay mare,-8 years, weight 1800; 1 chestnut mare, 8 years, .weight 1300; 1 matched team horses, 4 years, weight 2800; 1 matched team bay mares, C and 7 years, weight 2000; 1 chestnut mare, 7 years, weight 1300; 1 grey mare, 8 years, weight 1300; 1 roan mare, 4 years, weight 1300; 1 matched team roan geldings, 4 years, weight 2800; 1 bay mare, 4 years, weight 1200; 1 saddle mare, 4 years, weight 1100. The above are all broke to work. These mares have been all bred to a Registered Percheron Stallion, weighing about 1900 lbs.; lo\nares, greys and blacks, rising 3 years; 10 geldings, rising 3 years; 8 mares, rising 2 years; 8 geldings, rising 2 years; 14 suckling colts, mares and geldings. This is one of the best lot of mares and geldings that has been offered In Alberta for some time. A good lot to pick from. 1 Registered Percheron Stallion, Thedua 2nd, No. (548) 60587, 10 years old. Dappled avty. This stallion wan sired by one of the world's champion stallion*. 1 grey mare, 6 years, weight 1100 lbs. CATTLE: 37 high grade Shorthorn Durham cows from 3 to G years old. All bred to a Shorthorn Durham bull; 10 fat steers, 3 years old, about 1400 lbs.; 10 heifers, rising 3 years old, all bred; 12 steers, rising 2 years; 24 welner calves, heifers and steers; 2 high grade Durham bulls, rising 2 years; 1Reglster�d Durham Bull, rising 3 years. These are of extra breeding. A good bunch to pick from. This slock is all in Al condition. � IMPLEMENTS: IMcCormick binder; 1 22-wheel aurfaca, packer; 1 McCormick mower; 1 McCormlck disc drill; 1 McCormlck hay rake; 2 sets 20-toot iron liarrows; 2 Imperial gang plows; 1 breaker bottom; 2 Mas.sey-Harris disc harrows; 1 Canton disc harrow; 1 walldng plough; 1 fanning mill; 1 lumber wagon; 1 IBO-bushel tank, nearly new; I Studebaker wagon and tank; i bundle wagon ami rack; 1 1181-^ p�4r of bobsleighs; 1 democrat" wagon; 4 sets ot double t�am biimesa, with bi�ectiiU(; 4 sets team plough harness; 1 let light double harnoai; 1 stock saddle; about 12 horse collar*, long straw make; shovels, forks and other articles too uiunurous to mention; 1 new harrow cart. EVERYTHING WILL be SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM OWING TO ILL HEALTH AS HE 18 GOING TO IJTAH. TERMS CASH . EDGAR/KESLEB, Proprietor J, A. SMITH Auctioneer L. McGUIRE, Clerk of tho Cossacks, although asserting the government was taking all measures to deal with the threatened uprising. Kerensky's task at the head ot tho provisional government since his assumption ot the premiership of July aoth last, has been a formidable one. Hailed as the saviour ot Russia in her liourof nood, he labored'with ability and patience to keep tho diverse elements compri.iJng the revolutionary democracy together. Assailed from one side by tho clamor^ ot the extremists for an early peace and the adoption of the most radical Internal policies, he was impelled' from the other to endeavor to maintain some form of cohesive government for the .aation, save Russia from falling Into Llio trap laid tor her by the German propagandists in their peace clamoring and endeavor to keep Russia in lier place In the war and faithful to her obligations to her allies. It appeared for a time after the failure ot the Kornlloff rebellion that he might succeed in tiding Russia over llie dangerous shoals upon which she had drifted as the result of her divided councils. That he was becoming discouraged over the situation, however, was indicated by a recent Interview with him, although he declared Russia was still emphatically in the war he asserted she had been worn out by the struggle and felt slie had a right to claim that her allies henceforth assume the heavier parts of the burden. The Proclamation Petrograd, Nov. S.-The text ot the pioclamation of, the military revolutionary commiltC'e reads: "To the army cosurailtee:.' ot tha active army and tp all councils of soldiers' and workmen's delegate^ an.'l to the garrison and proletariat of Fetrograd: "We have depoa.el the government ot Kerensky which rose against tho revolution and the people. The change which resulted in the deposition of the provisional government was accomplished without bloodshed. "The Petrograd council of soldiers' and workmen's delegates solemnly welcomes the accomplished change and proclaims the authority of the military revolutionary committee until the creation of a government by li the soldiers' and workmen's delegates. "Announcing this to the army at the front the revolutionary committee called upon the revolutionary soldiers to watch closely the conduct of the men in command. Officers who do not join the accomplished revolution Immediately and openly must be arrested at once as enemies. ' "The Petrograd coimcil of workmen's and soldiers' delegates considers this to be the programme of the new authority: "First, the offer ot an Immediate democratic peace. "Second, the Immediate handing over of a large proprietorial lands to the peasants. "Third, the transmission of all authority to tho council of soldiers' and workmen's delegates. "Xi. -2toSp,.m. LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. The only white cookSf in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addison and Butts, Props. Telephone 1827. 169-.0 WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable. . T. L, Davies, Nobleford. 97-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and de-hvered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Av�, South. ELECTR?CALM ISUPPLIESO ANo ALL. KiHM - OP mi;io> TBiCAL WORK. W.L. MiBKeiizie 4c Co, PH9NK UT mM Ava. �. 83 ;