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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FlRlDAif, .NOVEMBER 15, 1918 rtftiM�i^.iO&iiiijm'i'-..;iiii , '" i�........ THE LETI^BRip(|iE , pAJLY HERAT.U PAGE XHREl mAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S ' Gardening is SucJi[dood Exercise, Pa. By Wellingt on - .IHTH' if SAY-PO'^OU SUPPOSE] gj3/-^>fQU CQULP LIFT IT?./ AVJ- CJtl5r HOLD ir RKfHT] T'KiUST LjOOSENTHE SOIL'UP Bn: ANP IT MAKES hV BWCK ACHE, To STOOP CmN WHILE .INFUUENCE OF RETURNED iBOLDIERS (NeV J. A, Stevonaon, In The Nation '  York.) / They have the keenest of nosea for cant lor-humbug, and are likely to display stern Impatience towards ttie old type'otfparty politician, who has composed the bulk of IJoth Canadian part- ies since Confederation. They will as-suredly\pehetrate hit "loyalty" orations and despise his shitty coiiiprom-laes. Canada an'd her polItlcienB have no more critical audlonce than her army, which takes a deep Interest in political and other developments. In the meetings of tl.eir local associations and general' conventions the i'e-turned men discuss questions like land settlement, the alien problem, and' other matters, with intelligence and moderation, and their resolutions and ideclBlons have already played some part in shaping governmental policy.: j. Li. Ross, general secretary of the Quebec Y.M.C.A., has accepted the ap-polntnjent of general secretary of the Stratford Y.M.C.A. November Numbers of Shots Exchanged in Attempt to Enter Legislative Chamber . at Vienna , Laslianska Sincfs ^tiiriy Headed Babby Just the*softest, sweetest lulliby that ever crooned a drowsy piccaninny into slviihberland. Every yearning ' note of' Lashansk^'i ficli soprano in . this � familiar rnelody is a vocal caress of-tender mother-love. 77.744-*$1.00 Paris, Nov. 15.-Socialists gtormed the parliament buildings, in Vienna on We.dnesday. an.d tried to enter the chambet.. where the new state' council was assembled. '\ Shots were fired he-fore order wds restored and 25 persons were Injured, according to dispatches received' here. It is denied that the firing began from the parlia-m^ent building. , The new national flag of three bands redj white and red, was hoisted over the building, butsooil afterward someone removed the white band and the crowd cheered the red flag. - A party ^ Socialists took over -he Neue Freie Presse and brought out special editions'advocating the establishment ola Socialist repnlilic as in Germany. , AUCTION SALE OF FARM ^ LANDS bridge. Sub Judicial District of Taber, wherein Walter H. Burns Js the plaintiff and Maud Davidson Pi^gh is the defendant, there will he offered for sale by W. C. Lane at the Post Office in the Village of Grassy Lake, on the 30th day of November A.D. 1318, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, the following lands and premises, namely: The South East Quarter of Section thirty.four (34), in Township seven (7), Range thirteen (13), West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Alberta, reserving unto Plis Majesty, His Successors and Assigns, ail mines and minerals and the right to work the same. The plaintifi;' is informed that the said land is situate approximately fourteen (14) miles from the Village of Grassy Lake, In the Province of Alberta, and that the soil is a dark loam with a clay subsoil and that prao tically'all of the said land is fit for cultivation. The sale is to be subject to a reserve bid fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions of sale will be made known at the time of sale, or can be at any time ascertained froin the undersigned Solicitor. Dated at Taber, Alberta, this 31st day of October A.D. 191S. H. G. MYBKS, Solicitor for the Plaintiff, Ad B Taber, Alberta. grant from the Crown or in the Certificate of Title. Terms of sale; 10% ifi cash at the time of sale, 15% iu go days, 25% in six months from date of sale, 25% in one year and remaining 25% in two years from said date of sale with interest at the rate of 9% per annum. Further directions may be had from the auctioneer or the undersigned Solicitors. SHEPfiERD, DUNLOP & RfCB, Lethbridge, Alberta, i- Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. Frank Waddington, Ksq., Auctioneer. Ad Z Drink to MeOx^ With 'Thine^^s Oscar .Seagle, noted for ^jbc;lyric richness of his splend.id baritone, is at his best' in tliis wonderful old English lovers toast. On the other s'i^,"L9ch Lomondy'' b^ Scaglc. A 6071-$1.50 NewVoi'k Pltilliarmonic Plays Liszt's Immortal ^ ISecond Htin^atian Rhapsody' Ont of the world's suprcnic musical compositions, played by a world-famou^s organization of musicians. On the back, Tschaiko^^sky's 'Waltz bf the Flowers." A 6070-$1.50 ) Have you heard tli* wandaffvl re^rtl af Ganeral PerihinsV raic* -T^ada^n FranceT A�y ColumMa Daaler will jtlay it lor yeu. ' Stul'Golumhim HaemrJ* an SmU the SOth of EvpryMo,nih'''T' COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, Toronto "Jhe Lure of iyi�"c" Every liome'should have this entertaining; boolc about good music and the lives of great musicians. Written in a simple, charming style, by Oiin VoyrMs, Boston's t;adit\gi mvisical critic-^it is an interesting, instructive .volume , , tliat every mcmbcc of the family willcnjcy. Publlsiicdhy Harper's -on sale at ail Columbia Dealers. Pursuant to the jQnder for Sale in the matter, ot.a cer,tain action in the Supreme Court of-.Alberta, Judicial District of - lilaclepd?any8 siamg at BKiu on tne i^ein- gajji to be a one-storey frame building, Ijndge-Weyburn Line of the sad Com- used as a dwelling and store In good' pany; that eighty acres of the saIdl_Bn,ir. ^,%,^A i,______.Vi ___It! .repair, lahir is f^tion. land 'a frame, shingle roof; a barn, thirty by fltty,_.^roof shingled and boarded. There Is also a good well and windmill. TERMS: ' $150.00.cash at the time ot sale, ?l,36.O,O0 within Thirty.daya without interest and the balance by the. purchaser; giving to the 'V'endor a Mortgage, on the before describe'd property repayabie in,Five equal annual iustal-meiis Tvlth Interest at eight per cent per anbum. '('.Further conditions of sale will be read "at the time of sale or may be had !8srs. McDonald, Martin and Macl v.,>.-.' Deico light Country ^ wiring' a paclaltr. BIS 4th Avanu* Bex SSf Phone 735 JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM LANPS^ Pursuaht to tl;^. fipal Order for Sate in at^', action in tjieiti^upreme Court of r.'�4illi^U. Judicial District ot Leth- AUCTION SALES I have been favore'd with Instructions from 'the following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective places; - Dates WiU Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting ' ' Auction Sales is Lifted. A R. WOCKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An extra fine biinch of pure bred and KradePercheron hordes, cattle, pigs, farm implements, etc. W. H. JENKS; 33-10-22, near Nobleford. ^ ^ome fine work horses and brood mares. An exceptionally good-: herd of milk cows, pigs, farm implements, household'furniture, etc. W. F. HOPKINS, HardieviUe. : Some fine matched teams of horses, cattle, farm in^plements, household furniture, etc. AlBo,two dwelling \ GEORGE P. PORTER i ,/ Auctioneer \' ..Phone 1692 frtim whom I Uavo been favored with 8alesi^:.:v.V!v .... . ..... 327 lith Street S. Reference-Those 320 Acres in the Warner District Halt undei- caltivationi good house and other buildings, all fetioed, well, for IfSi.OO per';; acre. .' � ; Horses and machinery teolud-ed, $1;BOO cash, b�J^iice halt crop,'Interest 7%. ' CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY. TRIPS CLcSED CAR OAV PHONE 114fl RES. PHONE 428 FURS^FUkS-FURS Highest Price* Paid' CANADIAN HIDE AND.METAL ' COMPANY ^ > ^^0 2nd Ave. 8. 284-0 Coal ,9.9.0,. ,,,.;.^rorjj^ 057747 ;