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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIU'KSOAY. NOVEMBER 20, THE LFTHBRIDGE DAtVTf PAf.KNINK OlUvra, Nov. Uulll sufficient reinforcements i available to take ihe places of the first men new at the ironvlt Is fmpssaiblo to Klve theii a furlough. said General S C. Mewbiiru, InlnUlcr ot mlllUa. this inorulns. Gea. MoKtmrn .was asked 11 Illi regard to slaleinonl ul A. E. Krlppt K: C., ei-membcr ot Ottawa. to Ine clfect that the minister ot Dill Ilia, hat told If lOO.OOC men ivere by. conscription the men ol Ibo Ural division would bo al lowed tn.coino hffluc. Qen. Men burn Issued the EoUowrnf la re- LO rome borne, especially aVarrleil inon. "Australia, also dejlred to Uieir Jlrsl rontlnienl furloughs. The tre- mendous casualties al Ibo trust end lack ol reinforcements made it Jrn- posiible lu both cues, lo carry tbo desire ot Ihe military authorities. Tbe matter has afaiu been takei, nil wltti lha aiitnorlltes to sea II anything can aotynnultahod aud Currie It as anxious as any- one elie Uut -inec wuc- have borne tbe burden at frrjni lor souo thru years should'be. relieved, bid It inuwjflbto at tio preMnl lUirt to carry UJi out, -until auKklenlirdc- cemenU are a'ctMlly available to take thalr placet. "It ton without; saying -that'Ibo .banMa ot the first.contingent getting home be Improved iff tho !to. Military Servke to matters "Tho department ,of mltlUa aud de- Jencs some time ago look up the question iot IQO possibility of giving Ben ,01 Iho rlrat 'contingent furlough'at work. COLtiERIEi IDLE Haielton, fcwov.NoT. the big collieries district were Idle today'wttilho eicepllst of the Sprlaghrook ajjd .the Cranberry- and planta..These bad barely hall ol their regular forces Short Notice AUCTION SALE on Monday, December 3rd v AT SHARP ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM'' E.' PECK AND HENRY.M. FHEY, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC 'AUCTJON AT THE TOLD UCHLAN BELL 'MILES SpUTH'r WEST OF PINCHER .CREEK .AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE BUNCH 'f Horses ahd Cattle Hereford and Shorthorn cows, from 3 lo B yoara 11DD .._. ________ Sldllloi. 20 geiaiogi, Irom 3 lo 6 years olfl, weighing from 1100 lo 14GO HIE., some liroftcn (o harncw. All I JIB ntDVD stock If native brol and In Ilrct claja condition. 33 rouoE 1 rcglaLcred BcrkEhlre boar; 2 n'aEEOns, Vii "1 ilemocrat; 1 sot harness; heavy irork harness; Bain and otber arllclea, TEHMS CASfi OR APPROVED. JOINT NOTES LUNCH SERVED s'i ;f E.'C! PECK AND'HENRY M. V- c; M-' AUCTIONEeK- SatUriday Afternoon Next COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT. PN THE PREMISES, 630. ELEVENTH STREET S. .l f v- 1. -i '-f 't 1 'WITH INSTRUCTIONS- FROM 'THE AN ASSEMBL'AQE' OF. VERY'. V! :SUPERIOR HOUslHOLD FURNntfRE pnj AND EFFECTS, jc uraas bed, complete with ,coH springy ind .ctrcaaalftn Wnlnnt dressing table; gent'a' clijffonler In clr- 'faiftfin vyjifiiut; Inrgc- clievnl mirror; maislva morrli ch'alr. Itt'mlas- .handgome corfch In mission oik, solld'lcatbfcrupnolslery; '.yeri (Ino-Ubrkry tablo; grass chairs; heavy? qujrtered. oak Mat lop In iplenilld condition; oak olltce'chiiri folding card tableiln aqjld oak; solid oak hall furniture; brua hearth suite; 11 aloag WuL'no lurth'pr Infantry of impbrlance ure' reportfed: by office today. On Ihc Lower Fjije river Italian batteries 'directed, a-de: sLrucUvo lire at enemy boats. Huns. Nov. a'tUcks agnlnst the Italian position In Albihla' at a point ten miles northeast of Adriatfc-seanort of Ve- pulsed jvilti heavy losses, .the. Ian Varj announced ?Tha IGX.L at the attacks at the con- Tliicncc pi Ilia Sualca and ybyusa riv- wllh hcnvy- losaca." f> city, on the ot lawsi'tliat i ot Interest to vpinen: .Airs: McCleo of the a brief, pleas- ug tuauiier. Introduced Mrs. McKlanoy iaa.'tbe tlie first n parliamentarian. U-lHc-O Sire. sroto of these days and privilege (or (he rtced ol [uller pceparallOD for I lie exercise of the franchise, which AJbcr- la .women Wero the first In the en In ton tp enjoy. Mrs. McKinncy ei- jho [mrposo of the meeUng the women a viewpoint froni which they could luvestlsaiefor ttieraaelTRB, Hi at the benefit would corno from directing tholr thought lo- yard -these lines. The Breaker then ID part: "Tho laws fn which wo are delermtncd by our viewpoint much as tho average business man conveiaaQl with tha Taws that govern bis HDD of B. Women arc finding tuoui- la fact the whole world Is just finding woman. Hor conception of I hie S3 an4 of hcrsolf Is changing. Tits pendulum lias swung lo both extremes in (11 It Is more nearly reaching Ib6 balance and woman Is beg Inn Ing o ask "wnal is my purpose In life." mission ol men and women to- day, fa not to Lc unto but o minister, and woman's purposo la 6 make her contribution to the gea- cratlon to the beet ol fior ability. The iveraf'e woman makej bcr contrlbu- lon through the home. Hack ot 'all be 'present day woman's unrest Is he struggle for recognition as an fn dividual find this" 'recognition should jring about' better relations Ihe injnc tUelr .would-be co-.op- Bfallon' 61 'ibdlvldualsV'-'-Tho'need'-dl womtn studying the laws, how and (hey were made nnd how they could be changed, the progress of our government, history and civics, ,hen emphnslzed-by the speaker who called attention to Uic fact tlial we have the Iraricblse, today because iome women Tiad'ure 'courage of their zonvicliona, 'studied, Wprbcd and even wllimg lo unpopularity lo, obtain U: Mrs. fut- Women are Interested in a geft- 'ay; Jn laws of a wiHr, demo cra'cy, a special way In' lawB thai UDlift, jlial touch the home '-that effect child, wclfire, thafi more MtlclenC and rekir ahelr Womerr should' have, her hu'a band's property and the Ilrst step )n direct ion was 'yhen she Vas E.V en the right lo SO to the 'courts if dls jsaiiifiedj nest-ratne the riglit to Hie a caveit in case ot sale ol property lost year tuc dower act TV COAL GETS RIGHT OF WAY Washington. Nov. general priority firing coal anil coke the rigbt of way over frelt'M moremant was re- QueiLed today by Adiuhitatiator (iarlUld (o relieve the touutry-wljo fuel shortage. pisMd. This act a Ihe jlrtncjple is. right; 1ml ofcenrlst .djes no( aiiawer the The than briefly dealt with. In discussing the criminal code''a'hd; laws reBaidlngUbe care of MM. -jIcKinner nt- f the fact.rlftatStiere is no iflclal de- ve children, anil made .the very lolnt Iliat in all this talk ol eon- lervation, lo conserve'child Hie Is o[ p'rlrne rjniporlonce. iucntfonVd N8lr_ Zealand's Child con- serTflllon, com-, bill, whereby every mother receives al Ilio blrtb of a child, BY AUCTION 48 HORSES WE WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC AUCTION In Corrals, near the Tay- lor Mill, in Lethbridge TUESDAY, DEC. 11 AT 12.30 P.M. 187 Marti, weight 1100'lbs. to Peking Corii. 30 and Geld- Ingr 31 2'.Sj Mares and Geldings. 30 Brake Geldings, 3's and 4'a. 25 Saddle 3 SUUIcns. in lota to Gult'pur- chasers. Sellers V. Ill allcnd to shlplMBfe. Block Is being brought, from' the (45 miles lor convcnieaue of has enlisted. J-, TERMS CASH ROSS i VOWNERS GEO. H. (fiinten; P- DEARDORFF, UNRESERVED SALE Farm Stock Implements Friday, November 3Oth WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT H. R. JOHNSTON'S FARM, at CRADDOCK SIDING LETHBRIDGE TRAIN ARRIVES IN CRADDOCK AT 10.07 AND SALE GTARTS POSITIVELY AT 1030. CATTLE: 55 head of 3 yc-ar old 20 hem! ot coming 2 year old boilers; head of comiiig 2 Rleers; 21 bead ol G bead'of good and brKers; I registered SharlLcrs COH-; 2ii head ot good cattle, not described- 100 HEAD GOOD YOUNG MAREC AND GELCIMGS: i team grey mart's. S years old. weight 1 luam bay riiarci, 7 yeara oM, weight SSOO; 1 t.'aclf y vcara old. wciglit 1450; 1 Bolillug, y yt-ars oM, weight 1450; 1 coming 2 old tllly; 1 p'iir brown fiL-ldines. S and 9 years, weight 1 roan eelilns, i years old, '.v.'clght bay marc, 7 years old, velghi 1250; J ihDroujjhkroU running marc. "Augusta 1 standard br-.-i1 trotter "Don 1 iTglslert-d Kculucky saddle liorsc. Hcgislratlon paiiers will bo (uruislKsi al dale. Ualatice ot slijck too iiunier- oli? lu describe but are all young and irtarea and geldiusb and broko lo harness. About 30 heid of good phoals, about 90 Ibs. eaca. 3 fiood .McCormlclc binders in first Class condi- tion; 3 farm wagons, nearly new; 1 P. t'O. eang plow, nearly new; 1 t'ootl mower and rako; 3-good CockshuU drills. TERMS CASH. EVERYBODY COME AND'BE HAPPY. DIG FREE LUNCH AT NOON. H. R.JOHNSTON SAM NOBLE. NICHOLSON G. LeVALLEY. Owners Auctioneers ,wes SALE We WiUSeD Either Tops or 750 and Reserve Tops Or Will Sell years old and upx Also 25 Purebred Shropshire Kami, mostly 2 and 3 ycariold. ined Nov. following notice was posted today at the'friln "Members me horby nolltled ot.-.t.he exchange meeting" held November 23th 'piaajc.! folloirlne resolution: "Tliai'now Decetrl-' May and July at a.m., .3J, 1017. '.Thfr'' con- tract grade ihall'be No. -2'.Canada we..Lorn oats with the privilege.ot if. Iverfng No. 3 Canada, Tfslem oatf a, dlicoutit of 3 cents per bushel. x Eitra (Sli- 3 cents perburteV V. No. 1 feed'fcits i'dbcdiuCpt, 6. V -vjy J-' where-.spctlally trained nurses teach and -assist mothers In baby .welfare SLncl-.lho saio of humanized milk Tor bibles reasonable iirfce'. 10 .Gapjiiljanlze.'.. th'e from central) Europe ,who a-here ijna'CrO'jghf'oul iiy apine figures from a survey of i'.TaklDE a Mook. of laiid' eight py-lfn'-mlleg, .40 'rnllei there' aro 3li fcinllies, 1094 -and 460 of 'these, ynaer 6 years jbt age. Out of the 312 men, on- iy. S9 ipe'ak English, -1SS .couldn't rent! FOR WRITE OR OF LOADS OF 5 cenla pof bushel.-; the councK ot the 'WliiDl- pei grain'exchange prohibit) all buying In old December arfd May1 oali eicept In MquMallon of conlracis.'V or write' any Janeu.ige and only 27 the "Vpmeh could sneaY EogljBh. o .1 IT 1-1 BJ ____ 1: BELGN and lii FcVidol 'only, 9i could fiid, fciil rilo EngliihVif to- their pnyslcal 40 per cent die un- ot .....i "ti 'slln, up jsirs. of- IntercstfId ifomi ai of women ______Wash., Xqr. _...___ Immigration said___ night that tie tttl taa leaJera'At the Clrcolt SltlAl a soclelr'of ItatJah to have plotted the asiartliatkm l.M the.klng of Ittly and'nittiirbaaeM this were alt In Cuslody. AJK proslmalely seventy 1 men are; anitt arrtit here and other nflrlhijinl dtkw. AiMltlonal art IntMrtli OIJS WOMAN MV1NOI Hir Well fcrnmld. "I wu.h a nai iami, mum tUt "a Tml It a coj mj inw jcaiUim. wffl.., Kit il tici pot Wh> TOO. ...'I- A''ebV.'LTO, STALLIONS AND Jfl ARES WILL BE AT ROGERS' SALE BARN, SECOND ST. S.; j' v' i ON v f i AtL HIOH GRADE. .STOCK IMPORTED DIRECT FROM FRANCE, BALANCE FROM GREEIY, IOWA. IS VERY FINEST INDIVIDUAL OR COMPANY STOOL l E PERCHEKON BELGIAN HORSE CO l HOlBERT CO. OREELY, IOWA.' FOB FURTHER PAHtlCULARS SEE DYCERT, Maaftr, Akxandn Hold, ;