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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .ETHf was, rtdelvaidtvonj Mondar 'isitv by  Mie J. a. iCwMf; ,tbit tala^Bon, 'Mr:^^ , JphA ,Gap�4�a� � aeitoviMtf ^ofi; influx ' to go to.FernrHe was the only sur- . yivlng .Bofl,' "his" brother having died Bomo years ago from injuries received vhlle engaged in minirig in Fernie, Bosldea hisvfathor, he leaves, two sis- lag tat. the Nbrthofh, Pacltlo Ball-1 road, but ohancdd ,10 cross the tracks I or the othor libQ at tbaV point as' thetrain apjprdachefl) ' ' . Ala May, IBIS, plajnond made a con-. Sfiialon that he had Itiired Qovornor ^MBKgtaer naerOow-Island, F6rt Benton; In; th6 Missduri river, and that tai.Bad bean P#id 18,000 for the dded-(by ad^.i88ued. V Atterto mourn his loss, Mrs. J. H. l-; Owen and Miss Good, both of whom I "j'^'Knantly deu e(i-^by a number went to.Ferhle ou Thursday morning.'"'""i*^"- notably Granville . Sti We regret to report the death of aMr. II. Boyos, of Plnoher City, which occurred at the Waldorf Hospital on Thursday at one 1 a.m., from pneumonia following Influenza. Tlie dcceasefl leaves a wife and two llttlo cWldi'en who have b^en Vlth DOUBLE LAUNCHING PHJLADBtPiilA. Pa., 'Nov. 23.--Hog Island;had: Ha.flrst double launch- lUtlc Children who ^-e been w.^^^ o^r?So l^n ^r/o^^SVu4^^^^^^^ blm for seviiral- days at the hosplta. ^ ^ ^Vlth the Tao ei).d(ynic-ban \�[�^��nP"H launching of those ships, six vesa-ils ally llrteil'in town by Medical Health; wavs./ The vi TORONTO, NOT. 23.-(3. B. West-I oott, of Toronto, comments on the' ntatoment of the militia department; .that they, had no knowledge of tlie Canadian artillery fighting with the' allies against the Bolfiheviki forces near Archangel. He says: ' "About the end of August this year,; volunteers were called tor from the artillery units, then at Witley Camp,-(Canadian) to form a 'brigade to so, to northern Russia. This brlgado, the' 16tli, left Wltiey on Sept. 1!) andsulle.l with other troops In a convoy from a Scottish port two days 'lator for Archangel. When last I l|ieard (Nov. 14) the brigade was sailing down the river (probably the Dvlna) and there Is no doubt that the brlgado referred to is that one. The rest of tlie convoy was, made up of American and British; troops." Mr. Westcott has his Information from letters from relatives with this force. Ottloer Dr. J. ,T. Gillespie. The high s tiohool', will' opgn OitSiMonday, but "flti nil meetings masks must:be worn. ' The date has been sot for the united Rr'eat Thanksgiving Peace service to �be hold-in the opera house, and will be on Sunday iovewlng, Pecembpr i; at 7.30. - I � ' MONTANA SENSATION RECALLED Passing of Frank Diamonil' Brinoa Up bid Vigilante Scandal. MISSOULA, Mont.-Frank Diamond, aged 65, a sectionhand, was killed today by a westbound Chica'^o, Milwaukee & St. Paul passenger train near Gold Creek. He was work- are now off U\e ways. The yard is to bulid ISiO vbsflelB. ' LUCK WAS WITH HIM A stranger arrived one day In a busy provlnclartownand gazed around uncertainly. Presently he spotted a man whojappeared to be a native. "Excuse'mq, sir," he said, "but are you a resldOh't of this town?" "I am," rejoined the other. "What can I do for you?" "I am seeking a criminal lawyer," replied the stranger.' "I wonder if you could direct^ me ip ope?" "I bellevfl'>l can^'* answered the native, but, mlnd-;Vou, we've never actually proved 1( against him." � ^1 .....; -Tit-Bits. OVERDOINQ A COMPLIMENT , (Washington Times) Lady llandolpli Churchill's marriage (her third) recalls an amusing story when she was just plain Miss Jonnlo Jerome, of New York. Like her father, she was a keen politician,.' aii'd* on one occasion she delivered a rousing speech in favor of General Grant, then standing for the Presidency for the second time. When she had finished speaking, some enthusiast in the audience shouted: : . . V "Miss Jerome forever!" She steiiped forward. "Sir, I thanlj you," she said, "but I do not wish to be Miss Jerome forever." Truth is mighty-mighty Venient to the horse trader. incou- MAMMOTH I CATTLE: PIGS. FARII WLE�TS, ETC I have ieen favored With iiutructioM from MR. ALBERT H. WOCKNITZ to seU byPttbUc Auction at hb farm SEG. 30^6-22,-5 MILES NORTH AND 4 MILES WEST OF MAGRATH. 20 miles from Lethbridge, on At ID Q^Clock Sharp I f 7i1 iKMlatiired ^erehai^n.^ SUM lon;^ ,r weight leOOlbaiT ' l.Taam ferpharon Marea* 7 and ,  yeara old, weight 2800 Iba. .1 Team Bay Percheron Marea, 8 ^ and j^eara ^old, vwelght 2600: ' Iba. , 1 Oray. Perpheron Mare, 9 year* eld, weight 1300 Iba. : 1,-Francrt Draft Mare, f2, yeara' /�old, weight 140Q Ibe. i 1 Team �laeKfMarea, 10 and It yeara oldivwiltjlit 2400 Ibik 1 Blaek Mare^i,  yara old, wel0h( IIMi Ibi ; 1 BlaeS: Miire> 3 yatra old, I'Taam Matohad Youna Driylng- Maraa. \ ;�:',:':>�.. Theee marea have all been bred / and are eiippoaed to be In foal.' 1 Team .Bay Qeldlnga, 8 yeara^ ^ eld,^ weight eiQO Iba. 1 ^oTeim tQeldlnga, Cleveland aaye, 7i lind^ 8 yeara old, eight 2400 Iba. 1 Team Qeldinga, 12 yeara old, welgl|t 2790'lbs. 2 Black'Qeldlngji, 3 yeare old, ^ weighty 26(� lk� - It Grey .aeldlng, .9 yeare old, . weight 1700 Iba. ' vi Bay Qelding,' 9 yeare old, weight 1400 Iba. 1 Grey Geldino, 8 yeara old, weljpht 1MK) l^a. , j 1 Bay Qeldlnjii, ,11 O'-lbeV yeara yeare oIH. old. weight 11 SO' 1 Bay Qatding, 8 weight 1300 Iba. 1 Saddle Pony,, , . > ' 2 2-year old Percheron Fillies. 8 2-yearrold' Pereheren Geldings. 6 Geldings and 3 Filly Colt*. 'a Standard Bred Fjlllee, one ,. y%�r old.i >' 1 Dual PuVpoie Regiatered Dur^ ham ,Bull, 2 yeara old. 6 Young Milch Cowa (supposed tojie In calf). 6 2-year-old Heifers (supposed tolje inlBalf). 2 2-year-old Steers. 7 Spring Calves. S Brood-Sows. 28 Store Hogs. - 50 Chickens. ' Wa^pns, Buggies, Harness �nd oth'er Farm Implements too numerous to mention, � - I- TERMS.OF SALE-50 per cent, cash; balance 12 months eredit on approv-ea security, 8 ppr cent, jn^erest. 8 per cent, discount for cph. , ^ I^^s'is^^ finest bunch of horses ever offered*for sale in this neigh^' IV in the g^irtie. The days are short and as we have a 'f^gf f JmH to sell we must start,oh tipie. This sloclcAvill be sold without reserve t ^^i^M^'W^n^ is-g$in^v|tf the coasiaoiikccbunfeof his wife's health' L FREEtUNm^^^ JG'W.HEATHERSHAW, Clerk H J Auctioneer ? ? ? ^ ? �! .> ill'do?' >ro one. As for France and Germany, it will take tour or Ave years' to brihg their lands back to a pre-war'Statfe?.'of production. . Liye Stock and Dairy Industries The: futufls"'of the live stock and �dairy Indusjri^s on the prairies looks extremely bright. The herds of Bur-ope^ have been greatly 'depleted- and cannot'sooii.:ibe replaced; for It takes from two to three times as long to produce, cattle as it does grain. Aside from .this; thoi,rapid growth of'urban populationsifltbe world over Is hound to keep up^^n^^at prices. Even ' now the rapid growth of the dairy industry In^ -the p�aii4�>^OVinces ^* opportunities that lie before '.Western Canada aifi'fcraaCtl'w wJ*o -QirelptM Jlfeip^puld ;see to is tmit permln^uoy oMoeHldpmeh t ^ aa-su^s^) The old'Mlement'of'Unoertain-ty should ,be {^l^njj^{9d, Six One-year-old Steers. ' i .' , Pour One-year-old Heifers. FpurCalvei^, three Brood Sews, 20 Store Hogs. ..One, International Gas Engine, 15-25 h.p. One Challenge U. S. Separator. 12-24. One Aultman Taylor Separator, 27.42. / > , One Five-bottom Stubble P. A O. Engln^ Oartf.' ,..1 One McCormick Binder; One Maeeoy-Harrla Binder, new: * One Maeeey-Harrle Drill. 20 marktf, dodbl| , c, new. ' 'li -^i," disc � One ----- Van Brunt Drill, 2(^fparker. One 16rdiee Harrow, in-and-out thro^. '^^i-.xn^ One Two-sectlen Harrow, one Harrow4Ca'^tf^'';|; One Oliver Gang Plow, 14-Inch. V ! One John Deere, Jdang Plow, 14-Inch. >V'.iJ^^i:;!-A �-� One One-furrow Sulky Plow.k ;� "'{f^r:':,:- One P; & O. Campbell Packer, 24-wheel,' ^' ,ii One Deering Mowe^. ,.- '' One Imperial Feed Grinder, 12 bur. ^ -I'jiif One Ij/^-h.p; I. H. C. Engine Pump and Jack. I'i One 10-barrel Water Tank and Truck. On^" t2&-bushet Grain Tank and Gear, c*'mi''Ti Two Wagonfe, complete with bundle racke.)"!' : five y/agona, complete with grain boxee.V'i'i) One Buggy, one Fanning Mill. ,'); Ten Sets Double Work' Harness. Two Saddles, one Platform Scajk. :'^:;.Vi.'.7.::,-;-;: One Cream Separator, one C,hurh. , ^One Range, one Washing Machine. "it, Bed�, Dreeeep,'Tables, Chillre;;^te.;.)HUmei^l�?y?i!i other articles too numeroua to^^^ merttlen. Ible., For th m;it. would seeni: �present TERMS-12 months' credit qn approved joint ,5 per cent, discount for caih. ' v i ^' > - This is one of the finest herd of milch cows iftthja fpunlry^i we must start, in time, the days are short. " V FREI^ LUNCH W. H: JENKS, OWNER 3600 ;