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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November isili, TITE LETTinRTDGE DAILY 'L 'i AUCTION SALE OF HORSES To-morrow, November 19 At I o'clock At E Galvin's Sale Barn, 3rd St. Lethbridge 1 matched span black mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 1300 Ibs. ea. 1 pair geldings, rising !i years, weight S6001bs. 1 pair geldings rising -1 years; weight 2500ibs. 1 pair riiares, li and 7 years, weight 24001ljs. 1 pfiir driving mules, 5 years old; weight 2000 1 grade Perchcron Stallion, rising 4; weight ISOOlbs. Six ponies, ail broken. 20 head of mares and gelditigs from 3 to C years old; all broken to harness. Terms Cash J. A. SMITH Auctioneer Owing to Mix-Up of Typ Herald Republishes Mr. Buchanan's Speech C.P110 HUE Ti AND BY WAY OF RETALIATION JIM HILL WILL INVADE WESTERN CANADA Owing to an annoying mechanica error the report published on Satu day of the speech of the memb3r.ro Medicine Hat, at the Liberal annua rally, was mixed with part of the ui British speech of Annand Lnvergn at St. Henri. As there is a possibilit that (he mistake might be utilized fe endorse the action of our executive committee in tlielr recent action in this matter and again call on tlw hon, the Minister of Labor to grant the board of conciliation asked for by the members of the Brotherhood oE Rail- way Employees. Election of Officers Tho following officers were then elected for the ensuing term: Honorary Premier the Hon. R. L. Horden and Sir Richard AlcBrlde, Premier of British T. McYltteo. Rutledge, I. P. Fink. interest of C'ajindn H) the Souih Af- and 'would again be returned to rlcun war by the fcci er, At NELSON, the "Venice of and District If can locate you in KOOTENAY you vlll never leave thftt CLIMATE. It has been said "Take caro of five acres of FRUIT LANDS for five years and it will take care of you for the rest of your life." We will demonstrate to you that' with the ad- dition of Poultry and small fruits it will maks you a profit after the first initial expense is met. Let us show you liow to raako se- cure a home in the most ideal GARDEN SPOT and CLIMATE IN CANADA. Our long experience and special work in handl- ing tracts of all sixes throughout this district entitles us to your consideration. (-Sfj know, very thoroughly, almost every foot good fruit land. We place service. Write us. Tell us what you wish, will take the matter up with you, either by mail or pcrsonallyf preferred.) WESTERN CANADA INVESTMENT CO. NELSON HARRY E. DOUGLAS LETHBRIDGE Hnom-l, Hill Block, Box 157 Lethbridge, Alia. ;