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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MM is .neiirer 5u*e%w>dlng WW^ Drat rej�)ft8'Jndlcntea. ; . ~ � Kv'''*'Miy'W�a blood-8ta!ned messageT P:i1ie'glr�i as mucft publicity^ in Uie iS^!^^tw^ai�^ Herald, as n^s the-story ot ,^ji^1#.iai'ew,ell measage: to Hd^'si^rUi:*; toothpick dipped in pg(|ide A^Jthe provincial jail here, "pro-fespitfedjijto take ttaye n rather than p!'i}.tadune ImpHsbnnisntt . ^ ,^ ^jjliig wife* aiid? the :r\^ad': was  Uinied pk,fiihSi senaaacrniiiT'.pOUce'CircIes today. 'pip. the dooridfrhkftfelirwifh-a short 1)it p'iot chWn abotitOiJsfnecki anda Slosh in-S'IiJb arm.* �i:iStreimbuS efforts were re4 quired to Tevlve Ijlm. ? He will -be charged with attempted �dicide aafi 'sooii as ho is able ^xj attend court. ' Veach deliberately cut a vein in bis arm and^ith a tooUi pick penned his farewell message, covering thi^e good aitedjah^ts of paper. Ho goes on to explain the whdie affair, stating that rather than: undergo the disgrace of iinjiyisonnient' be ^rill do awa>- v.ith hlma^f.; His story of the black mailing eplsodo^at St&tely last month for which heyii'held is "that ho was' ap-prodched''b.v':A ban named Chutofski \^hapropoMd (the whole plan, offerlngj Veach $500 to'^vrrlte the letters, and' threatening hin\ with death if he made public the 'proposition. Veach wrote the letters and drove Chutofski to the barn which the Jatter set oi� fire. V^ohaftlrms that,h it;; WO)0d^Mdi much' to tbe^^fvelopmeiit of that district. 'a>iiace� ciitern; all conveniences, groodbam,-garage, six lots. TERMS $600.00-9.\8H, BALANCE ON EASY TERMS GiEX>RGE P. PORTER 327 11th>atf;eet S; / . Auctioneer,- - iPhone, If92. Refereiice^Thdse f]3>m whom I have been favored with siiles. AT 10 OXLOCK SHAiy I .,One^ Bay; Percheron Stallion, eight year*" old, '�� ;'v1,600.'poupdc.'./ x bfie'Team Grey Geldingsj seven, and eight *'ye�r�oldi 2,700 pounde. One Team Bay^Gelding*, four and eight >ears eld, 2,600 pound*. : One Team, Mare and Gilding, -four-year-olds, .^2,500 pound*. 'it ^One Team Mules, seven and eight yeana old, ,;2^ pounds. , v ' One Gelding, nine years old, 1,400 pound*. : One Bay Gelding, four years old, 1,100 pounds. One Roan Gelding, nine years- old, 1^000. , oounds. � ,� �� /.One Bay Filly, three year* old, .1,300 pounds. One B^y Gelding, two years old, 1,000 pounds. One Spring Pllly,'s!x months o^d. One Durham Bull, three years old. Eight Fresh Cow*f, very choice and j^oung. Six Fresii Cow*, befor^ January ist. . fix Freeh Cows In spring. Two* Two-year-old Heifers. i. i-v.:.. ��.Jhree Two-year-old Steers."'^ ^Slx.One-year-ol^:Steers. i r-... - ^^ Four Or>e-ye(trH>ld.^Heifers. ':�'>.�,,�� ' " ..Four Calves, three Br^od 8o>^s, 20 Store Hogs, .rOne lntc|[;natienal,Gas Engine^ 1SZS h.)i. iOne JPhalJenge U.-S. Separator. 12-24. . / -..... � . . One Aultman Taylor Separator, 27-42. One Five-bottom Stubble P. & O. Engine Gang.': One McCormIck Binder; one Massey-Harrts Binder, new. / , � �� j, One Massey-Harrls Drill. 20 marker,- double diae, new. i , /' > One Van Brunt Drill, 20 marker. OAs lO-dise Harrow, in-and-out throw; One Twe-sectien Harrow, one Harrow Cart. One Oliver Gang Plow, 14-inch. One John Deere Gang Plow, 14-lncb. One O^e^furrow Sulky Plow, v One P. A O. Campbell Packer, 24-wheel. One Deerlng Mower. plete. � ^ ' Two Wagons, complete with bundle racks. Five Wagons, complete with grain boxes, r One Buggy, one Fanning Mill.  Tan SeU Double Work Harness. ^ Two Sa'ddliesibqerPlat^ermr Scale. , v. r' One Cream Separator,, one Churn. One Range,'one''WadhinB. Machine. - Beds, Dresser,-Tables, Chairs,'etc; numerous other artlclM too numeicpus to :msntion..  TERMIS-]i 2v months' credit on approved joint note, 5 per cent, interest, l^i^ercenVdiscount for cash. ' C ^' \ This is one of the finest herd of milch cows in this country. Come early, K we pust start in time, the days are short v' FREE LUNCH f t;EO. P. PORTER, 'j.;|.>,U-,V AUCTIO?JEER � - m is suffgested tbat a site on tbe tipacious grounds of ..the monnted police barracks ;might be .obtained. The.Herald'talked with three or four ^prominent citizens about the idea yesterday afternoon, and they generally fator |he Idea ot a monument of some sort, buil^ oa' tbe square, of a. beautiful architectural uature, some-;: thing tliat .would not only be a' splendid memorial qt^the soldiers but would lend sometbiog to the architectural assets of the. city. ' Majipr Hirtfle's Views I. 3Iayor Hardle 'discussed tbe Ideal of both a monument and a public 11-' brary. "But first of all let ns secure for the returning soldier a job-and a place to live. That Is our first duty," said His Worship.-"! think, of course; that we should ^begln to talk of the memorial right- away, although it [.i^ght, ia,VB ^a ye%r, oiJAwo^to ac^om-. pllsfthe end We sat-ourselves: Financial condition^ are not ^favorable at present'to undertake ahfthlng substantial; I-iversonally would favor a lubltc librars^. with a fine monument n ftont of,'It. This wquld cost.more money than -we can afford'at present, but.I think It would be the idea." ..>.JJ.Sh�p%d- ^; ~ S. J. Shepberd, a member; ofTtke re-rued soldiers' commieslon' of Alber-. spoke very enthusiasticaUy-^of the matter of a memorial here, and was mucliN in. favor of the Id^a^ot a band-^omeiy'^erecteid monument'pn the public square, perhaps symbolical of the artillery branch of the service; which is peculiarly that brancli >that Leth-brldge is most interested in. He discussed the idea of a public: library, but/thought that Lethbrldgo might secure a library so&eother way, and that a monument of architectural beauty should grace the 'square.' Sheriff Young r Sheriff yoqpg, a campaigner of the Northwest Rebellion,: was also very enthusiastic about the memorial idea, and � favored a monument - in ^e square, but thought tKatthe idea, of an artillery emblem would scarcely do as Lethbridge ^ent many meil to all branches of the serrlcqi.- "But we must have a memorial^o'f some kind," he saiid. "And let it be' 6ne"that will last through the ages.V . luri mmMm E AHRAGTISHERF Now that |tbe war is practically over, and gefaeral relief is felt,'and the 'flu epidemic practically overcome, there will be a reactiop for entertainment of all kinds. A local committee of representative citizens have ^ contracted with the Dominion Lyceum Bureau, a branch of the well Imown American organisation, for four Entertainments of the highest order. Tanking with and even above the , Chautauqua entertainments, These enterjtainments will come' a month apart and iRill provide attractions for 'teost ott&e winter. . These^ attractions Ij^llv^liclude Ber-thaFamer and Co., t^WUBlcal andor-c'hestral attraction. IrVln 8: Cpbbi the famous war correspondent and'humorous writer and lecturer; JlpntavlUe FioWers, world leetu'rer, and, tVe Schubert Sextette. These wiU'cdme in the order named. '' , . Bertha Famer and Co, will appear on Dec. 6th., Irvin S. Co)>b will appear ouveight 1150 lbs. . , 1 Black Mare, 3 years old, � .weight 1250 lbs, 1 Team' Klatched Vpang Driving Mareo.- .' � �' :/ [  These miires have JRl been bred and are supposed to be In foaU 1 Team, Bay Geldings, 8 year* old, weight 2800 lbs, . 1 Tfam Gelding*,, Cleveland^ Bays, 7 and^S years old,' welijW; 2400 lbs,  1 Team Geldings,' 12 years old, weight 2700 lbs. ., ~ , 2 Black Gelil'ngs^ 3 years old, ' weight 2509 lbs. 1 Grey Gelding, 9 years old, weight 1700 lbs..  ' 1 Bay Gelding, 9 years old, weight 1400 lbs. ' 1 Grey..Geldlng(,8 years old, weight 1600 Ibs5 r: ^ 1 Bay Gelding,, 11 'years old, -�^weight'1150'lbs. . , > 1 Bay.lSelding,. 8 'years oldi weight 1300 lbs. ; ^ 1 Sacti^le,Pony. y .-y^ Z 2-year ,9ld. Percheron Fillies. 8 2-ye,ar^Dld Percheron Geldings. 6 GelcllnQs And 3 Fiii)r'doitS; 3 Standard Bred 'Fillies, one year old. 1 Dual Purpose Registered'Oiir- : ham Bull, 2 years^old. ^ ' 6 Young Mlleh Cow* (supposed. ' ^fo-be^ln calf). 6 2-year'Old Heifers (supposed to be-/in calf). ^; ' , 2 2-year-oid Steers. 7 Spring Calves. . ; ' ) 5 Brood Sows. 28 Store Hogs. 50 Chiekenn. Wfigohs, Buggies, Harness Mitf^' other F^rm Impjetnfnta too -vi numerous to. mention; ' 1.-': j JE^M^Of SALE-50 per cent, ca^h, balance 12 months credit on apbrov^. fed security, 8 per cent, interest. 8 per cent, discount for cash. ^^^^^ S I This is one of the finest bunch of hA^ses.evei'dffered for sale in this neigh^ borhood, come �arly and get in the game. The days are short and as we have a- \� ^"^^^ start onetime. This sto'ck'willbe sold without reserve as Mr. Wocknitz'is going to the coast on account of his wife's health. free LUNCH AT NOON \ g. if, heXthershAw, Clerk George P. Porter, 'Auctioneer; ��,f. � ;