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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Ottiwa, Nov. Morning says: "CanadV> war cab- inet It at work. The organliatlon meeting held yjsterdjy wit In recrlpl of certain cablts ot a con- fidential character from the Erit- lih authorities bearing on the mili- tary situation with regard to tne acute developments In Italy. "The nature of these communi- cations have been mcde pub- lic but they are believed to have reference' to the proposed mobili- zation of the allied resources In merr, money, and munitions against Germany referred to In London "Conferences on, this subject held, last week In L'ondon between allied political and military lead- ers are described is among the most Important since the war began. APATHY IN BRANDON Braadon, Nov. lonanJi registration or application for enlist- ment extends' to the exemption tri- bunal In this morning's session fs any Indication. Not a single applicant had presented himself when the tri- bunal adjourned for luncheon. Drooks, Alia., Xor. uuion SOT- ernment association was formed here this evening at one of the largest iwiitloal meetlugs ever held la this district Officers elected were as fol- lows: Hen." Pres., Right Hon. It. L- Borden; president. L. D. Xeabll; vice- presidents, R. B. Ssngster, C. L. Dam- brick; secretary. S. Chapman; treas- urer -X. Stafford; executive. E. F. Pur- tell, C. H. Marshall, S. Alaley. J- T. Marln. The following resolution was unanimously passed: "That ID the opinion of tits meeting Ceo Lace and J. S. Mayor should reslen thelr.nom- instloBS as Liberal and Conservative caudldatea reauettlvely. and that a converiilon be properly called, for the seieriion of a unloa candidate Im- properly accredited delegates So the Bow River constituency and thai..-this organliitloa pledge Its sup- port to ihs man thus selected." DR. WHIODEN AB C. W.' V. A. CANDIDATE Brandon, Nov. War Yet erans have appointed a committee wall on Dr. president ot Brandon College and to ask him lo accept the nomination tt the coming convention tha wln-the-war candi dale. 'FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 191? lOBEJUISI) FtOXT 1'AQtl a passing anj -refuse lieve -toil they represent Rusiu or that Russia will olaaits the Kcrcu- iy :or tolerr.ln; auarc. r nil ssvs: "Premier Kerensky himself never hand hlniselt reallj- aMe bo storm sad lo ray diminished credit out of the Cornllott episode. for tha moiuem elites can sit by and looV on NOTICE! Ou account of the uncertainty ol weather conditiojis we cannot accept service applica- tions after 12o'clock (noon) of Nov. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Hett and Power 276-G AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS' At the X. E. of 3 miles S. W. of New Dayton Wednesday, November 14, 1917 __-J ._ AT 10 CVCLOCX A-H. 3 Tears; old; t lioi-. ougnbred Shorthorn cows, 4 and 5 years old; 4 milch cows; 1 eteer.. Z-yeara.old; 1 year old; 1 heU'er, 3 1 2 years old; 1 ;thoioughbred spring 5 -'other spring calves. ;V-- -1 inoroiiehbred EerkBhlre boar; S brood sows; 37 _ I'teari brown geldings, 10 years. old; I tcam'blaci t 7 and S years team bay mares, S years 1 team roan tuares, '9 years old; 1 team Jron gTey geldings, 1 and 7 years 1 -bay gliding, 10 years 1 grey gelding, 1 2years old; 1. black slaUion, S years old; 1 hay mare, 10 years old; 1 bay rnare. 4 years old; -2 Z years old; ,i 2 years old; 7 colls, year'" old; 4 Bprlnc colts; 1 sorrel" tnare, old. stralgit bed 'wagons; li'bld wigoa and bed; 3 handle .racks; 4 McCormlck blnderi; i Jl'Podi moirer; 1 IZ-fL ilcCormlck rake; 2 4-horse :iraui drills; Cockshutl gang plows; 1 12 In. .walilng plow; 1 democrat 'wagon X3-sectton drag -haiTow; 1 har- 3 .S-IL 1 P. O. packer; 14 seta .harness; 'riding. saddle; 5 oil forks, ehorels, chains, etc." -ALSO HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. fermi No' Ruerve. Evfrythlno will be ai the proprietor sold hii farm. _ FREE LUNCH AT NOON ..'J..'G.'WF.LSH, Proprllftcr L. 1. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer Headquarter! al'L, Sale Birh, Phonixlp53, .Le'thbrld'g- Istcr of foreign, affairs; M. Malynato- vllch, minister of Mr. minister ot the Interior, Leon Trolslty, piysldepJ ei- c-cuUyp ot; lb.Q'Pctjograt pouucll of soldiers' aud workmen's delegates, explained that the, arrest ol certain members of the Kerensky Eovernuent was nol aii o! yeusean.ce or polit- ical repression.' He said all the meru- bnr? nj (is goveraajeUt would be) Irled .for complicity lu (he Koruiluti inovsaeRt, v The political parlies .to which the eoclalist belong have decid- ed to (urn oror all the mluUiera, Soc- ialists as well as trial In the meanwhile they'are being held under domiciliary arrest. Kornlloff to b merely architects or rula, "as repre, sentlog nothing bul lie v.-orse weak ness of the new Kussla, the conse- quences ot their proceedings will .he to draw together the' sano and palrl otic" olemeats of ths the l'_ army for the purpose of ending the j 75' chaos." It relers to the Mailamllsts 55i programme" "as Tab handtul'of" antlBolltiL'al- desperadoes who have- placed .tieinjelrer-putslde., faw as eilfits In' and ita says: Bid j "11 would be useless as a Ucheme maldng to "iane I The; Telegraph ''concludes i nouuclhg the-authors. Insane j crime, Vho, as. the'-Brllish aware, are their .proclalmed-.bttter eue- and declares Its heartfelt hope In the salvation of Russia, "which Is still our f "The immediate outlook Is lor civil says the Dally Is impossible to believe that the sensible majority of the Russian nation will .sit down helplessly 'under'Jttie-Co'up. Id'etaL We cannot that Ger- Imauy's paid propagandists hare cor- the.Russian armj as a whole nor the .population as a v> hole is. so blind to all lessons of democracy-learn- ed from Great Britain and'the United States as Lo propose the pseudo emocracy preached by, the Mailraal- sta Is the real thing." v' The situation is Russia, tKe Dally fews urges, should takcrrVtoo ragloally. It points out that Pet- ograd Is not Russia and auvlscs the outside World lo await developments Is says cannot fall lo be EV.Itt nd dramatic. The Graphic anticipates a'HUSSO-" )ermari peace wllb a probahlllly that Gerrnany evenlually would get control ot Russia's resources It adds: "The western allies are now .thrown entirely on their own resources, and roust" face ihe necessity of a greater effort than any yet ipjjde." L-nlnt'i Addn-M. London, Nov. transports from Kronstadl arrived In on Wednesday carrying sailor's who Brerlously had sided with the provis- ional government, says a difjialch lo lie Dally News from-Petvo The correspondent gives tract from Nikolai LenlneVaddress lo the council ol worXmen'i and EOld- lera1 delegates on Wed'nesd'air: "The second revolution has been accomplished. We shall offer a peace (he proletariat- of all countries, publish all .secret treaties, lake over all larld and establish the control of workmen over Industry. Tho consequence nfll bo tha accorn- p'llahmeot of Ihe third social revolu- Turned Back ftcldlers. Pctrograd, Nov. a meeting c( the congress of soldiers' and work- men's deputies last eight, a member of the revolutionary committee said that on .Wednesday, Premier Keren- aky.jl Oatchlna, 36 rersls from Pet- rograd, addressed fi.OOO soldiers who were on their way front lo Pelrojrad. After a 'conferenco the EOldlera decided not to proceed for the [time to 'Pcirograd. Arrest Mlnlilert. Nov.. was. obtained tonight that Ihe former ministers o! the provlilonal gnvern men'l who were arrested by the rev TNT SALT CO. LMITED Lieut. Gen. L. O. Korulloff. was miles from Petrograi whea ihey do- onimauder in chief of (he Itusslan to the provisional government. nllolt has never been brought to trliL., Pau Bewlulloii. Petrosrad, The prellrnlnafy parllauienl lodoj adeplod the following resoMloo In rcjuonse to a request Irom Premier Koreusky for a vote u! conditRnce." "Flist, the armed demonstrations which have been lu preparation for Eever.il days and which aim at tirtlng over ill the power, threaten civil war, will create advantageous conditions for the program or The movoiiien'. hi- eluding.mobilization of the- Ulick Hundred and the calling ot the cou- slltuent assembly and will causo a military catastrophe, Ihe ruin of the revolutloo, the paralysis of ecouomlc life and the. absolute destruction ot "Second, the toll tor the success ol such agitation has been prepared the postpoa'cuieut of the carrying out absolutely necessary rupisurei anil, thernfore. It Is llrtt of all uwessary lo publish slatcoiuats regarding the represeulallve lay. the workmen's ftu4 soldiers' lers. in ths uama ot Bolshev- lous ol Ihe revolutionary ckrnocracy. who shall gel lu contact with the pro- visioaal coveruaieBt." An Ultimatum. Petrpgrad, Nov. they gau lo attack Ihe I'alace yes- terd itls ot Petrograd seat the no goveruwnl, ultimatum demauoing their surreutler and allowing twenty minutes" grace. The government re- plied ludlroclly, refusing to the military committee. The women's bsllallun. which vas among the delendera ot the Winter Palace, surrendered, yesterday the battle began. PRICE OF MEAT WONT ADVANCE Vancouver, Nov. Is no likelihood the price of U- over of :he lind lo (he laud uieal advancinj, says V. Burns, who arrived this morning from v Calgary. Is no shortage ot ueat In Canada, but rather 4> a surplus, he cald, althougb shipments to the allies have a tendency to keep up prices. 4 commutes aud lo take an open stand on a foreign volley in order lo light toe active ot anarchy. It Is nec- essary to Immediately lake measures and to liquidate tiiem, which must consist In the forming ID Pelrograd of RAW LANDS [Cut thu out for Tw-p. 2 14. 27- 14 .14 !16 12 12 14 It 14 17 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 U 14 H 14 14 14 14 14 14 14" 14 It Acres 610 040. ito 12SO 'lidO 320 320 320 ICO 320 320 '640 640 CIO C40 GJO 640 CIO 320 4SO, 320 320 '550 320 nso 420 Price 513.50 S3.000 cash, hal. arranged. J12.00 52.000 cash, fenced, 3 springs, fenced, all tillable.- cash. 515.00 Quarter cash, bal. half crop. 'flZ.oO cash, 10 years for balance. 516.50 ?4.00 aero cash, balance 5 years. Oilers wanted. 52.50 cash, balance half crop. Easy terms. Easy terms. acre. 52.00 acre cash, balance easy, cash, bal two years. 55.00. acre cash. 610 .WHO. U60 51C.OO 525.00 S 16.00 520.00 J21.00 520.0D 55.00'acre cash, balance easy. 522.50 Terms to suit. 525.50 Terms to suit. J23.50 Tcrins to suit. J20.00 ?5.00.'acre cash. J23.50-' 53.00'acre bal. halt crop. {22.50 52.50 acre cash, balance halt crop.. S16J10 55.00' acre cash, bal. halt crop. 51.00 acre cash. bal. half crop. J30.00. }1.00'acre cash, hal- half crop. 5S0.09 I2.90.ycre ca'sh.'b'al. Quarter cash, balance yearg., 523 QO 55.00 acre cash, bal. halt'ccrop. 520.00 casli, bal. arranEed. 523.OOi.-S2.00-.acre cash, hal. ,25.00 cash, bal.'bnlf crop. 110.00'- J950 cash. hal. 5100 jief year.. 520.00- 52.00 atTe cash, hal. half crop. r_f25.00 .53.00 acre cash, bal. half crop. "jltOfl dash, bal. half-crop.' 520.00 J5.00 acre cash, bal. half J25.0? IS.DO. aero cash, bal. tilt'crbji-' 526.00 tLOOO cash, bal. half crop. cashrhall mile lo sta'dbri. Twp. ngo. Acres Price >9c G 1C 521.50 cash, bal. arranged. 30a c 1C 12SO 520.00 53.00 aero cash, bal. easy terms. 'Oa 16 C40 525.00 Reasonable termi. Tc 7 12 ew 525.00 One-ftflh caah, taUnce 6 yean. 4d 7 12 320 517.50 cash. 40a 7 13 CIO 516.00 52.00 acre, cash, bal. easy. ICc 7 14 320 522.BO 53.60 acre cash, baL crop payment CCc 1 1-1 1GO 513.00 51.000 cash. 39c 7, 14 ICO 519.00 fS.OO acre cash. bal. arranged. 77a 7 10 320 523.00 f2.50 acre casn, bal. arranged. 43n 7 16 320 116.00 cart, bal. arranged. o 7 17 320 525.00 cash, half mile station. :7a 7 17 320 525.00 cash. bal. 4 years, f. mile station. S4c ,7 I'l 610 525.00 55.GQO cash, bal. easy term. mile stallozi 7-17' 4SO 521.00 bal. easy terms, 2 miles station' 72a 7 17 640 526.00 cash, bal. halt crop, 2 miles In 1-17 are among tho best bargains in' Southern Al- berta. The soil cannot-bc beaten, free from stone, shallow welli. No. Twp. nee. Acres Price land. In 6-l4, S-13 and is less than five miles to rail road, aud Includes choicest wheat laud In Alberta. 13a 35c 72b 5Cd C3a la Ob 1Gb 3Sb 3Sb 3Sb 57 e 13d. 13e 23b ESb 9 S' 10 10 10 10 10 -10- 10 11. 7Bb 50d 21b 23b lid S3a-. 62c Ha 11' it r 11 11 u :'-il 12 1.2 12 12 "13 IS 1? 13 14 14 15 17 20 23 10 n" 15 16 ;25 25' 19 21 21 21 is 21 20 23 IGO JIG.00 f2.00 ecre cash, bal. hal; crop, 4 slatlon. 320 526.00 Easy terms 610 jll.OO Any reasonable ternn. 320 523.00 52.00acre cash, bal. half crop. 1CO J20.00 Quarter cash, baL easy terms. 321 cash, bal. yearly.. 320 521.00 Very' easy terms. ,320 526.00 One-third cash, balance 2 years.' 160 535.00 52.000 cash, hnleuco lo suit ICO 525.00 Terms arranged. ICQ 532.00 cash, 1 mile Bow Island. 160 59.00 Half cash, t 160 JS.50 Terms. i I.'- i 320 5S-00 Halt cash. 040 521.00 52.50 acre cash, bai: 10 320 .515.00 cash, hal. easy. North of river ICO ?10.5Q. norlh of river. ''1440 530.00 Terms to suit purchaser. i-ilc'O 522.00 cash. 320, 5500 320 160 _ _ --529-00 cash.' baliice'riearaL t'i 640'' f 530.00 Easy "-960 a cash, balance'to suit. 526.'00 Any'reasonable terms. 526.00 cash, balance'easy terms. 518.00 cash, balance to-ialt.. 515.00 caali, balance 10 539.00- balance 511.00. Any reasonable terms, adjoins rlyer. caih, reasanable (emu. 529.00- cash. 532.50 balance' eaiy." 320 640 640 "320. Owing to the large-sale of Improved farms, our lists are constantly chang- ing, tor that reason it would be useless for us to" give too eitenalvc a list, but here arc a few picked [at random In different 'localities, provided the terms are not agreeable, these can In most cases btf changed lo siilt purchaser.- miles, 1160 acres, barn, well, small lake, have been broken, 3 miles fence, SIS.OO.'per acre with very easy terms. 320 acres, 190 Cultivated, 150 ready for crop. House, 25x34, 14x30; other b.uildlapi, well and-windmill, 4 miles 3 wire-fence, including full cash, balance arranged, H miles, 520 acres, >300 cultivated, house 4 rooms, barn 18 head, other buildings, well 535.00, cash.: miles, 1300 acrts, 1400 cultivated, 5FO surnmer fallow, a lot fall plowing, house ISiSS barn granary ISiCO, 2 hog houses, 18x60, blacksmith shop; and tools, chicken house, chickens, milk house, root cellar, 32 h.p. engine and Ihr'eshcr, 12 wagons, cook car, 5 binders, 2 mowers, cooker, cream separator, 15 sels harness, 3 dl3c harrows, 3 2-botldm plows, 1 8 bottom stubble plow, 1 8 bottom breaker, 6 bundle racks; sheaf loader, i 10 h.p. engine, olher Implements and tools, 67 caltle, 35 horses, 1 3-year old italllrjn, 21.brood tows, leed for year, 600. bushels b'arley and bushels flab, sheds for slock, 10 mllcV-f wire fence, Z.rolles hog wire, running water, can all be cultivated bul SO acres; Boll black everything J45.00 acre. Terms arranged.' j i nfiles, ,480 .acrjjs, 360 cnlllvalcd, 130 fallowed, fair buildings, good waler, 525.00, half cash. miles', 1280 SOO to'be cropped, 3 room house, bam 43x52, well; 521.50.-. caih.'- slatlon, 40d under cnlUvatlon, new land, .small buildings, ail sleam plow, good cash, .term of 6 per coil.' 831 acres, 420 rearly for crop, mile river front 530.00 per cent cash, Balance 4 cent, cuillvatfid. First crop ttjls year, pmal miles, 960 acres', it) cultivated, I JO ready for 6 room house, hip root J5s.ni, rranaryj bushels, 536.00 acre, tash, balance'irbp payrrienl. i, ISO culllvaled, 160 ready for crop 4 room house, shed 12 horses, airtencod, running water, several op'ra tedious adjoining.- 537.60, cash balance, crop payment, nilles, acres, for crop, fallowed, building! wlue Price 151.00 per acre, cash mlle-i, acres Imnrwed .Irrigated lanS, this lo will be divided purchasers, ).i ID a very high stale of cultivation and will be spld'al low figures, according to Improvements, 0] very easy terms from to J7B.OO per mile. 160 acies irrfgMcif, all cultivated, buildings, etc 567.00 acre, Ctsti, Jbiilance 10 yean i per cent. (hlles, 3S4 KOMIovei laet year, all fenced, 537.0 acre, cent. miles, 60 acres cultivated flist crop, all fenced 521.00 acre, mllb, 165 acres, 65 broken, new bungalow, fenced, tie very fine half lecdcm. (30.00 acre, balanca.lo lull at Ihe war. t miles, 160 rtady (or trap, 535.00 acre. bclaBc 'easy terma.' mile, <51 'acres, rjulllvated, 300 fallowed1 ready (o olutloniry comralltec have been Incai ceraled 'll.Uic prison of 3t. Peter tat St. Panl. The cabinet ministers plac- ed onoer arrest were A, ,minister of (rade and Industry; M it'lshkln, minister of public welfare I SI. I. TerMlcrianko, minister of (or elgn aMnf M. Malyanlovllch, irifn- __. liter bf jwUce, wd H. Nlkltln, LETHBRIDGE miles, 320 acres, In rerj' high state enltlTillon, good ell, windmill, etc. acre, half cash, balance 3 years. S mllci, 640 acres, 360 acres ready for crop, fenced, J33.00 acre, cash, balance 4 ycirs. S-m.lles, acres, 560 cultivated, 240 for crop, new barn, good sVnall house, drilled well, level, no stone, 510.00 acre. cash, -balance to suit. Lots ot opcni range adjoining. 15 miles, 1280.'aeres deeded, 1280 acres leaw II years, 2e per acre fenced and cross fenced, eilrn fine bulldlngl, toU water, 2S8 acres cultivated, full line machinery Including tome house- hold goods, 240 tons feed, p.-Ico 520.00 acre" deeded land, lease free, M head good'hqrses 150.00 each, 220 head good cattle head, ball cash, balance 9 ycara. ORASSY mllos,