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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY PAGK'NINB PINCHES cnssic NOV; inK for Iho Northern Paclllo road, but chauceiJ lo erons the tracks; at the oilier Hnoj nl lhat point as .he train approached. ID May, 1813, plamond made a con- tension that he had Governor Jlengber Cow Island, Fort Ben- ton, In the .Missouri river, and be bad been paid tor the deed by the vlgllaitleji, who wcra opposed lo Member because of a pardon lie had Usued. Afler being brought lo Mlecoula Diamond, dentcii his earlier story, attributing them to Ilia effects ot the llto ho liail been leading up lo tho time ot hie Illness. Nevertheless an Investigation was conducted undci the direction of 'Attorney-General D M. Kelloy. The story of Diamond was, sub- tlanltated by a pioneer named David M. BtlllnRBly, better known as David TORONTO, Nov. West- was roueIverl-on Monday I J. n. Gnod, that blu-sou, Mr. Ernest John 111 ofjInUu- onza jii Fernle. W. Good arranged 10 go to'Ferula, on the liext train, but ijofore bd roucbed his destination bo was told at his ton's death, Tho deceased has been rallroadlns In lha J'ass, and hh death coma, as a great sorrow lo bis family and H 1JI111I1Bb ulmls, many friends. lie was tho only jur-( yjck; who )hat ,no vivlng eon, iis" brothor Imvlng uleu death to Ihe general and named'a committee of 10 which bud carried out the sentence at t'yrt Hcnton. Mae'k'a however, was w.i" i .Indignantly denied hy a number ot Owen and Miss flood, both ot whom Grauvlile went to Ferula on Thursday morning. died bere. DOUBLE LAUNCHING PHILADELPHIA, Pa., 'NOV. Hog Island had Ms first double launch- colt, of Toronto, comments on nUUcmont of the militia department ibat tlioy. had no know Canadian artillery fighting with of the r prices should be insisted on; but, in t o Ivlow ot the uncertainty of Ilio future.. 'WESTERN CANADA ON THE It Is only reasonable to ask that the 4 Bruin grower ho assured, tor a eivc.ii j time, a rair price for his ijroducl. Any r thing that umy be done In this re-sped i can only be the result ot Joint action j among thn Allies; hut it would EVp OF CHEAT THINGS itHBX W. C. imlustrla taxes are Tlie'Ti'esl niuy conr'idenUy count on Wg Ililngi.....-1 devoloproen.l- Doatli always considered sur another certainty may bt! cdded, and that her own -within cuno lully into next Homo years ago from Injuries recelv while engaged In mining In Ferule Dosldos Ills lather, he leaves two els tors'to mourn Ills loss, Mrs. J, H. allies against thc lioliln near Archangel. Ho says: "About the end of August Ihis year, volunteers were called for from tho artillery units, tticn (lamp, (Canadian) lo (unii a 'brigade lo ;so to northern ilussiu. Tills hrlgatlu, Iho Kith, led Wilier on Sept. S3 and caifc.i with other troops In a convoy from a Scottish port two days later for Arch Sluart, went lo Kernie on Thursday We regret to report tho death of Mr. IS. -1'nyns. of Oily, which occurred at the Waldorf Hospital on Thursday at one 1 a.m., from pneu- monia following Influenza. Tli. deceasen leaves a wilo and two Sap httlo chilaren who have been with s> J. hint for aevwal days at the Tiio angel. .When last I beurd (Nov. H) Iho brigade waa salting the river (probably the Drlna) and there is no douht Ibat Hie brigade referred to is that one. Tho rest of tho convoy oa made up of American and British trooiiB." Mr. Westcott has his information letters from relatives with this spring the i IglnnluB.I" iak'' another big forward. Unwise nollcli'.i mu> hamper de- velopment, Iml carnutt ulto- gclhc-r" retard i'i. 'I'he ro BOUrceij th'; alone Olmurft 11 H-onderful but totlieae mubl be fldtlcd u awakened and1 nggrcssivi1 pocplu industrially 1 who. Ihrough thu cific-ru-nco ol the ......_.. has been parti- ally Hfled'in town by Sledlcal Health OKl'-or Dr. J. Tho High ut m- nil meetings masks must be worn. Tho date has heon set for Iho unlled Rrcat Thanksgiving Peace service to "cc hcld'ln tiio opera house, and will Wllll M Tho yard ,5 lo bs on Sunday pvestpg, December at MONTANA SENSATION RECALLED Passing of Frank Diamond Brings Up 6ld Vigilante Scandal. MISSOULA, Dia- mond, aged 65, a sectionhand, was killed today by a westbound Chicago, LUCK WAS WITH HIM A slranger arrived one day In a busy provinclal'town and gazed around un- certainly. Presently he ujjotted a man who appeared to be a native. "Excuse 'me, ho said, "but are you a resident of this "I rejolne-fl. the other. "What can I do for "I atn seoklug a criminal re- plied the tlranger, "I wonder if you could dlre9t mg to" "I believe 1 answered the nat- ive, but, mind you. we've never aet- OVERDOING A COMPLIMENT (Washington Times) I.ady llandolvh Churchill's marriage (her third) recalls an amusing story when sho was Just plain Miss Jennie Jerome, of New York. Like lier tatlier, she a keen politician, and'on one occasion she delivered a rousing speech In favor of General Grant, then standing tor .he Presidency for the ecicoud time. When she had finished speaking, some enthusiast in the audience shouted: v "Miss Jeromo She stepped forward. "Sir. I thanlj she said, "hut I do not wish to be Sliss Jerome tor- last four years are fully persuaded that today Ihe're is im problem In nat- i frnai development thut they rsnnot soiro. From ike West has most to gain because it iifus most to offer. Tho prairies may confidently count on We things, hucausc they produce largely some o[ UK: products that Knr- ope will need very badly for the neil few These are and llvo stock proilinitri. The prairies will also secure a heavy immigration during the next ullfl no argu- mcnl is required to ronvittce tbt aver- western v.'bat this means. weil lor tiio Yv'usl to express itself so that thoso who represent Canada at the interallied trade should know what tho opinion ol the great grain sections ot the Dominion on the subject. I Tiie brightness of Hie future before Western Canadu should not he per- mitted 10 give rise to the wild specu- lative and gambling conditions that, llin war. Those can but result In loss. Orderly, permanent dc. vplopment Is required. That another linriod of wonderful (iu'.'clopmenl lies before the country west of the Urcat is as certain as that tho sun will rlee tomorrow, This applies to ilrltlsb Columbia quite as well as lo Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albcrln for If these thvco develop Ihe first uniBt prosper. It also lo the eastern provinces. The huly men of the. Hast know it and their They will gel far more sealers than' Milwaukee St. Paul passengeriually proved H against bim." (rain near Gold Creek. He was work- real attltufle fe! lows, go to It." DOUBT AS TO PROHIBITION Ottawa. there are some doubts as to the constitutionality of Iho prohtbillon enactment, once peace Is declared, and the war officially ended, the Act of Ihe Government will win i likely bo the subject of ratifying leg- any other portion of the Dominion be- 1 m thc forlhcomlng .session of cause they have more (o offer. He- There are provincial .h. i. ..mlnnhl. sides, the prairie edly duo for another of rapid railway extension. Unrler these con- ditions tiie West cannot help but go ahead rapidly. Tiie immediate future of grain grow- ing Is undoubtedly bright, for hungry Europe must tie fed and the food must come chiefly from America. But no ono can tell how long anything like the present level of grain prices will be maintained. At this date they seem to be fairly weil assured for well or Truth Is venfent to the horse trader. Incou where one Is supposed lo be effective next Slay, unless some legislalivc arc changed. .The provincial power did not deal witli the manufac- ture, importation or transportation of lio_uor. 11 was here that Ihe Domin- ion Government stepped in last win- ter and passed an order which becane operative on the first of April, supple- menting provincial enactments. The Order-ln-Council is a war meas- ure, operative during the war and for to another year. With the resumpticn [iwelve months afterwards. It is this MAMMOTH CATTLE, PIGS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. ETC: I have been favored wth instructions from MR. ALBERT R. WOCKNITZ to sell by Public Auction at -hit farm SEC. W6.22.-5 MILES NORTH AND 4 "MILES WEST OF MAGRATH, 20 mUes fromlethbridge, on wmr At 1O O'Clock Sharp Registered Percherpn; Stallion, 'age 8 1SOO lbs._, 1 Standard bred stallion, age" 11 years. J Registered Percheron Haras, years, weight 3200 Ihs. 2 Registered French Draft t Mares, age a ytjn, weight 3200 I 2 Registered Percheron Fllllei, .age 2 years. 2 1-year-oId Stud for'reglitratlon, 2 Filly Colu, for regis- tration. t Black Perehfiroh Mare, 9 years weight 1COO 1 Team Peroheron Marcs, 7 and 8 yearn old, weight Ibs. 1 Team Bay Porcheron Mare's, 5 and ,old, weight 2GOO Ibs, 1 Qrey Percheron Mare, 3 years old, weight 1300 Ibc. i: French Draft Mare, 12 years 'old, weight 1400 Ibs. 1 Team Black Mares, 10 and 1Z years might 2400 1 Black ff, years old, weight 1 Mare, 3 old, 1 Team Matched Young Driving Mares. These mares have all been bred i and are'supposed to be in foal, i Team Bay Geldings, 8 years' 2800 Ibs. 1 .Team' Geldings, Cleveland Bays, 7 and E years old, weight 2400 Ibs. 1 Team Geldings, 12 years old, weight 2700 Ibs. 2 Black Gcldinqs, 3 years old, weight, 2600 Ibt, 1 Grey Gelding, .9 years old, weight 1700 Ibs. Bay Gelding, 9 years old, weight 1400 ibs. 1 Grey Gelding, 8 years old, weight 1600 Ibs. 1 Bay 11 years old, weight i 1 Bay Gelding, 8 years old. weight 1300 Inv 1 Saddle Ppnyv 2 2-year old Percheron Fillies. 8 2-year old' Percheron Geldings. 6 Geldings and 3 Filly Colts. Standard Bred Fillies, one yqar old. t Dual Purpose Registered Dur- ham Bull, 2 years old. 6 Young Milch Cows (supposed to b3 In B 2-year-old Heifers (supposed to be 2 2-year-old Steers. 7 Spring Calves. 5 Brood-Sows. 28 Store Hogs. 50 Chickens. Wagons, Buggies, Harness and other Farm Implements too numerous to mention. 1 TERMS OF 50 pet cent, cash, balance 1 2 months credit on approv- ed security, 8 per cent; jjiferest. 8 per cent, discount for cash. This is one ol the finest bunch of horses ever offered for sale in this neigh- borhood, come early and get in the game. The days are short and as we have a lot of stuff to sell "we must start ori time. This slock, will be sold without reserve vWocknilz is going to the coast on account of his wife's health. FREE LUNCH AT NOON 'as G.W.HEATHERSHAW, Cltrk George P. Porter, Auctioneer o( ocean transportation on anytliing llko a pile-war basis, India, the Argen- tine and Australia would do-consider- able to relieve the existing wheat scarcity, in Europe; but oulslile of the hope of bringing food reserves to anything llko their I sizo-before-the war rests largely Russia. And who can tell what Rus- sia will do? No one. As tor France and Germany, It will take four or five years- to. bring their lands back to a pre-war of production. Live Stock, and Dairy Industries The future 'of the live stock ar.d dairy industries on the prairies looks extremely h'rlglit. The herds o( Bur- ope have been grcally depleted and cnrinot'soonihe replaced; for it takes from two to three limes? as long to produce cattle as it does grain. Aside from .this.tho .rapid growth of'urban populations ;the ivorld over fs hound to keen up 'meat prices. Even the rapid growth of-the dairy industry jn'4bo 'causes sur- prise. So future of'live stock production in-lhe' West is assured for years to cornel' j in the marketing of fproSucts the .public must-be'propared for changes. Producers will not Tor eome time mar- j individuals as ther did before the war, but they will do so as n nat- .ion.- v- The foregoing has to do with the increase ot wealth'through production alone; but those familiar with western -conditions from 1900-to 1913 know! that Immigration of.itself adds rapid Iv to the wealtuf6fva" country. An i other such .tide of immigration is bound to set in towards Western Can- ada just as quickly as it can get un- j tier way. Thousands CGTT.G from the British Isles and .thousands more from the United States. Other thous- ands will come from Eastern Canada. will be difficult to content eastern 11 Canadian have been a i'countc of years overseas; with, the farm life of the old provinces. A large 'pioporlfon of them will lurn heir fucvs to ins stirring western country. The indications are that these new settlers will, In dollars and.cenis, be worth a great deal more than was the cneralily of those who arrived in the old homes leading'days. 'Outside of the returned, soldiers, they will have to he better; off-or. they'Will he unable, to get lanrl and start farming operat- ions Those who come from the south especially wilt bo pretty well fixed. Be H also rememUered lhat south ot the InteriiiUonal boundary, a surplus ot population "has been sccnuiulatlng for three or four years and will find an oullelon the Canadian prairies, be- cause there is no other country halt so good lo go lo. -A Lot of Railroad Construction Every. knows what rail- way construction means _to the coun- try. Well, there is a lot of it ahead of thc West. The Canadian Northern nnrt 0 T. P. could easily spend or Jf-they had it and they wll1. sot g'o waning money as they have done in .the'pasl. The C. N. 11. today prepared to.lay steel rails on several hundred miles of graded line, and, for the Krealor part ol this It will get the nectled steel. Wat'.h also >he- C. I'. R. Being the.' I pioneer road in the West It knows how 1 profitable Western development U and i is bound lo gel Us share nf the t t Us financial position is almost unriv- alled When money ,ls needed tor liiaw work It has loMo !s lo turn Ilio in Jhe vault anil lukc oul what is ncodctl. RccQnt changes in the man- l hy. which niore yonth and cnerey was Introduced also show that Ihe old company j-s_strippcd to the a i waist tor inn race, that it knows to coming. it the C. P. R. will a lively- pace. Being a hig !nun with big ?iewa Orant Hall Is jii3l the man for Iho big western country. T1 opportunities that He betorc i Western Cata'da are great: what those iwho life'should see to U that permanency of devolopmcnt if as 1 surcil. Tho old element of uncertain- ly should bo eliminated aa far as.poss- ihlc. Knr this reason it woutd secni iidvisatlu for to advocate guaranteed This docs 'hat Dresorl twelve months' provision that now Should be in every kitchen. Its use assures complete satisfaction in bak- ing cakes, biscuits and pastry, YOUR SELLS IT, E.W.Gillett Co. Ltd. TORONTO, CANADA. Mofltreftl War existence, carrying with It such causes some misgivings. Measures Act Is the Canadian coun- terpart of the Defence of the Realm Act in Britain, and over there, accord- ing to advices, it is held .that when the war is over the Act passes out of ders as have been passed under provisions. Horse racing will come back matically next spring. The for the war and six months aUerwardt. Auction Sale i OF" Live Stock, Farm Implements, Furniture, Etc. miimiiimiJimiiii r- I have been favored with instructions from MR. W. H., JEMS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT HIS FARM, 33-10-22-W4TH Five Miles East of Nobleford, Eight Miles North .of Kipp AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP j One Bay Perchcron Stallion, eight years old, pounds, One Team Grey Geldings, seven and eight years old, pounds. One Team Bay Geldings, four and eight years old, pounds.' and Gelding, four-year-olds, pounds. 1 One Team Mules, seven and eight years old, pounds. One Gelding, nine" years old, pounds. One Bay Gelding, four years old, pounds. One Roan nine years old, pounds. One Bay Filly, three years old, pounds. One Bay Gelding, two yesrs old, pounds. One Spring Filly, six months old. One Durham Bull, three years old. Cows, very choice ar.d young. Six Cows, fresh before January 1st. Six Cows, fresh in spring. Two Two-year-old Heifers. Three Tvjo-year-old Steers. Six One-year-old Four Orte.year-otd Heifers. Four Calves, three Brood Sows, 20 Store Hogs. One International Gas Engine, 15-25 h.p. Oho Challenge U. S, Separator. 12-24. One Aultman Taylor-.Separator, 27-42. One Fivs-bottom Stubble P. O. Engine Ganj. One McCormich one Binder, new. .One M.issey-HarrTs Drill. 20 marker, douiil: disc, new, One Van Brunt brill, 20 marker. .One 1Wisc Harrow, in-and-out throw. One' Two.section Harrow, one Harrow Cart. 11 .One Oliver Gang Plow, ,14-inch. .One John Deere-Gang Plow, 14-Inch. One One-furrow SuIXy Plow.l On: P. 4. O. Campbell Packer, 24-wneel. One Imperial Feed Grinder, 12 bur. One I. H. C. Engine Pump and Jack. One ig-ba.rrel Water Tank and Truck. One 125-bushel Grain Tank and Gear, com- plete. Two Wagons, complete with bundle racks, i Five Waflotii, complete with grain boxes, i One Buggy, one Fanning Mill. Ten Sets Double Work Harness. I Two Saddles, one Platform Scale. One Cream Stparslor, one Churn. One Range, one Washing Machine. 'Beds, Tables, Chairs, etc.; numerous I other articles too numerous to mention. months' credit on approved joint note, 5 per cent 5 per.cent, discount for cash. this is one of the finest herd of milch cows in this country. Come early, we must time, the days are short, v FREE LUNCH v W. H. JENKS, OWNER GEO. P. PORTER, 'AUCTIONEER ;