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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta US.,are still TerJ- much In-herii vAlberta. Jnndp enQulries Yocent-Ei', .qulriOK ara former Maiiltoba.sind Sas'.^ katcheVr-a^, tarmerg who h^ve been livinK iA'QdUfomia, ntiK are anxlodttb^ move b*ck to the prairies. They nro enquiri(u;-�bout the pflces of land, andiW'locations. ENTER �ODAPE8T F'feneh troopk, under cotnmand of Qen. He^ry, wMI �nt*r Budapeat toiporraw. It is believed ^^thjat, French fercM arrived at Censt^n-: t(no|ile'today;~ A meat cnthuaiaa-tie wkleema'waa:atven to Frensh aaldiertrwhen they .marched into y^UCTlON SALE OF Horses, Cattle, Farin Impteiiieiits, Household Furnitiire, etc. I haVe been favored with instructioBs from JUr. W. S. Hopkins ^to sell by pubficaaction at Hardieville^ Monday, Nov. 25th AT 2 O'CLOCK Oue matched team bay mares, five and six, years old, ireiKht about 2,700 pounds;-one saddle horse, s^ren .years old; three^ milch, cows, two heavy .wagons and boxesi complete, one sat work harness, 'on0'sot huggj- harness, one saddle and bridle, one slelghi one Home^CJotofort JUnse, four-hole cooking stove, one Bell Organ, one Edison Phonograph and reftords, beds, dresserst tables, chairs, and other articles too numerous to mention; one fur cont; oije three-roomed house, 50-foat lot . ^ TERMS CASH *~ Alio one nx-roomed cottage, fiumace, cittern, iU convenienceii good bam; garage, six lots. TERMS $500.00 CASH, BALANCE ON EAY ;rERMS GEORGE P. PORTER- 327 11th Street S. Auctioneer. . Phone 1692. Heferencerr-l^hose from' whom I have been JTayored with sales, .' i Hundredii otcopiea otthe.'annuai r(aii Better^'Tlfikter: for the  Farmers, ai� also wld^ljtv clr-cuSated:"- There >hiUifcoiBe :thie\week ii letter all the way trom India apipms iative of tliese pamphleti^ It is from the Foona Agricultural CoItegOf l^ooai, India, and la as fdtlova:;: The President, LeQili^idco Board of Trade: ear Sir,-I am ^extremely dbliged fQr the copy of tho^anifual report off the Lothbridge Board .vol Trado-fbr 1917 ana also for the i^ix copies of your publication entitled "More and Better Water for Our Fapns", which' were received by the lasfi mail. The latlei- of these will bevof y^ry, great P value and also to this College and I should bo ;Very much-obliged if you could'send me in future publications regarding farm water supply that you Aay publish. With again my best thanks, believe me. Yours faithfully (Signed) HAROLD H. MANN. Sug.;;. felons "Ktlie queation^of a memorial tor A LW^tiit Want K.Fil^d -, ^ No. Mail Delivery To Be ^ISTorth'LeUibridge is 'to have a sUb-poife.qno�; . AnrtouDi^ement to that ef-' Eight Fresh Cows, very choice and young; . . Slic eovy8,;fresh^efo>e January 1st. Six Cow^ffreshvin aprlng. Two.. Two^ear^oid^ Xeifers: Three Two-year>o^d Steers. Six One-yearH>ld Steers.; Four One-year-old Heifers. Four Calve*, three Brood Sows,' 20 Store: Hog*. On* internatlonar Ga* Engine^ 15-25 h^. :; One Challengis U.S. Separator. 12-24. One Aultman Taylor Separator, 27-42.. One Fiv�-b�ttem Stubble & O. Engine Gang. One McCormiek Binder; one Masaey-tiarrie-Binder, new. One MMsey-Harris Drill. 20 marker, dtfuble difc, new. One Van .Brunt Drill, 20 mar((er. One 16-diac Harrow, in-and-out throw. One Two-aeetion Harrow, one Harrow Cart. One Oliver Gang Plow,^ 14-lneh. One John Oee^e Gang Plow, 14-inch. One One-furrow Sulky Plow. One P. * O. Campbell Packer, 24-whe^l. One Deering Mower. '' One Imperial Feed Grinder, 12 bur. . - One IJ/a-h.p/f. H. C; 'Engine Purtip and Jack. One 10-barrel Water Tank and Truck. One 12S-busliel Grain Tank qnd Gear, plete.  ^;v.;;,- ^  S ^ . Two Wagons, complete with bundle racks. Five Wagons, complete with gral);; box^es. One Buggy, one Fanning Mill. Ten Set* Double Wo?k Harnees. Two Saddle*, one Platform Scale. One Cream Separator, one Churn. One Range, one^iWaahing Machine. � Bed*, l^reaser, Table*, Chair*, etc.; numerous other article* too numerous to mention. co^- TERMS-^.12 months' credit on approved joint note, 5 per cent, interest, S per cnjtL ^ount for cash. V ' Thtt is one off the finest herd of milch cows in this country. Come early,' we mnstlitartln time, the:days are short . . - FREE LUNCH ge6. f. pobI'er, bility of a memorial hospital for sdl-dlera here?"v.?':i"5i'-' (^hat is thel: suggestion of Capt. �!. 0.^ McKenzie, a returned veteran, who has been in dose touch with the needs of returned men. 7"Such a hospital undoubtAdly J willi^tre .1a necessity and would be ai great jaciiulsitlon. \V6 ... ... , have been sid�trackea in the way of Jftw�ail or B^nd parcels a demoblllaation centre, but we could W'^tK,of coming all th way to the very tvoII >lan a memorial hospital oJRce doWh town, and now and convalescent homo for soldiers *"*yWo,it The Bubofflce will bo here, and wonldf be quite in order in; oPen on Fjlday. foK,the conyehience of the Bub-offlee. There has been a long-felt/ desire among the people of North Xethbrldge thai they^should have a'sub-offlce where they could, rcg- yki:.iike'cariiJy;.. Eviry tHiW loves to takenj. ^^^Ca^a^t. Beside? CaSCarete act better oa4^ - "�ttl6" liver and'bowels.when the child is bi)iou8, ."constWted.^^^t^^^^^^^ Cascarets �ra asking fli^ancial BupQon from the Dominion government in erecting it." The postmaster also announces that a poet box will be placed at the corner capt. McKenzie' discussed the Q-e'^^ordvHirshort'^ ' tion of a nwpument in Uie square, bJit i rordvllie shortly. v GEN. MANGIN INJURED Parisv Nov. 30.-Gen.' Mangin wiia badly injured t9day by being thrown under \his horse -while reviewing a bfigade of French troops-t)n Mon rather favors the idea ot a library or a memorial hospital, and Uiinks that steps should bb-t^kea to secure half of the monnteO^tpolice grounds aa a site for such:  > ; . Canon Miirrall-Wright , _ . "I am heartily In favor of the idea > day, the day before the FrSnch army of a public library as ii memorial to; entered * Metz. Ho was rendered uri-our soldiers," "said Rev. Canon Mur?; conscious, but is rapidly recovering rell-WrighttbthefHe'rald in; discus- now. sing the question of a suitable mem- ; ---r--- orial. "I am averse to spendinc a i HUGE LOAD WHEAT lot of money on a mute statue. My 'Baltimore; Md., Nov. 21.-The ideals that the, statue can Ve Incor;- American steamship Ixibh was loaded pprited right intb the-facade of the, here today TvUh the largest wheal buildlhg. There is no reason why ^a, cargo ever loaded from this port It great entry arch, depicting, the war, takes;oUt�0,500 bushels, which tops and what our 80ldi6r� fought and'dled -.all previous records- by several thoii-for might not-bftrmado a part of th�|; sand Bushels. The shipment w-as building.: Anv architect with ImaglaAj made'By the Wheat Export Company atloa could work out the idea. ^ --r.-K-,.:- "And .certainly," he continued; "Lethbri^ge needs a libi-ary. We have ^ needed it a long;tlme. We will need': ; itMnore than'evbr now to study and S keep up with the movements of th^' Umes. Whar better idea than thai." 'people should^go-to a building-assooi-'' ated with the memory of our falleij. 'heroes in oitler to keep abreast with; 'the civillaatidn which they fought to" maiptalu." -  _ - � ;? , � . HuBh^Macbeth >i - 'a qnWaig^e^Wl^t wiU have to do something, in keeping: with ^ the city's war effort, as a memoriay ta'our soldiersi'rj^SWd Hugh Macbet^V^ "Th^library idea^ii^Kood, bht we^muat;N not'rlose siiht ot''t)ie financial end of-s ' It is pointed out'taat,'>hoiil4-L^tti--bridKe ibulld a Ubrar^ii. aMe'nfohal; to.the soldiers notbinCft'WQiU^'jbe more;: j^t^iag than tO'haiji�^:%arAetiroom set.'^ apart 88 a waridjaoBu. -1^^^ captured cannon gui^rdwf thpgentrance' of the building, wouI^Mip to creato'' tfes proper settlnc � �'� � ' -^^^r^^^ii^^r-^^-'^ikfi^^p'^'�� Each JO cenVbox of Cascarets, the pleasatit candy cathartlciMnUin Erections ahddbsage for children aged one year.old and upwards. When the litfie onels tongiie turns white, breath feverish, stomach sour, there is nothing: betterv'toi?;!work'J the nasty bile,souring food and constipation poison from^the chifd's system^, Give Cascarets, then ne^er worry.ii^ ' '.?'*t MAJVfMOTH CATTLE, PIGS, FARM ETC. I have been favored with&ika^^jis from MR. ALBERT R. WOCKN^ to p^^ff by Public Auction at his'fafrii^SECl'30.6-22,-5 MILES NORTH AND 4 MILIES WESTOFMAGRATH,20:maesfro)nLethbridge,on . ' At 10 iS'Cfock Sharp 1 Reglatered Percheron Stallion, age 81 year*, weight 1800 lbs. , 1 Standard bred atallion, age 11 years. 2 Regietered Percheron Mares, age 8 years, weight 3200, lbs. 2 Regietered' French Draft Marcs, age 8 years, weight 3200. lbs. / 2 Registered Percheron"Fillies, age 2 years. 2 l-yearold Stud/ Colts, eligible for reflistr�tion. 2 Filly Colta, eligible for regis. tration. i 1 Black Percheron Mare, 9 years old, weight 1600 lbs. 1 Team Percheron Mares,-7 and 9 years old,rweight 2800 lbs::, 1 Teani,Bay; Percheron Marea, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2600 lbs. 1 Grey Percheron Mare, 9 years old^ weight 1300 lbs. ^ "t, French Draft Mare, 12 years old, weight 1400' lbs, / 1 /T,eam Mares, 10 and .12 years old, weigjit 24O0 lbs. 1 Blacki ;Mare, - 8 .years - old, weight =116b7ib8, ��� V 1 Black Mare,; >3 years old, .weight 1250 lbs. ^1 Team Matched Young Driving Mares. � � : These,niares have\ill been bred and are supposed to he in foal. 1 team Bay Geldings, 8 years old, .weight 2800 lbs. ' .1 yTeam Geldings, . Cleveland 8ays,:7 and 8 years old, weight 2400 lbs. ' � - , : 1 Team GeldingSi~ 12 yea^s oidii,Weight.2700 lbs. > : I ' 2 Black Geldings, 3 years old, .weight 2600 lbs. - 1 Grey Gelding, 9 yeare; /weight 1700 lbs: 1 Bay- Gelding. >9 years . weight 1400. Ibe. 1 Grey Gelding, ff'years weight 1600 IbL old. old,^ old. �-1^'''Eipy":'Geldirii^:'l^^^ ^Weight 1150 Tbs. r,:" " '"" 1 Bay .Gelding,' 8 ^'g^ieara  old/ weight 1300 lbs. ^ ,1 "Saddle Pony.,- �' ;A f-.-^'*^,^- 2 2�jr*ar old.-Perchert to be in calf). - , J i .6 2-year-old Heifi'ra . (supposed , I in ��calf).  '^iff''^ '2 2-year-old Steers. >t ' ~ 7 Spring Calves. .'5