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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ymPAY, APRIL 11, 1916 UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE of FURNITURE MONDAY, APRIL 17th at 309-13th. Street Souths Corner of 3rd. Avenue. ('oiTimencliij* at 10 tt.iii. and i.M) p.m. W.L. WILSON Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. L A MILLER, TO SELL THE FOLLOWING; 3 Solid oak rockars, upholotured In leather; 1 leather upholstered lounge; 4 mahogany and oak centre tables; 1 combination writing deok and book case; 1 Edifon phonograph and about 2 dozen records; 4 carpet squares; several small rugs; 2 pair portlpres; 1 sideboard; 1 extension tabic; 6 diners; 1 drop head sewing machine, 5 drawers; 1 folding card table; 4 beds complete; 2 dressers and stands; toilet sets; 1 wicker parlor seat; 1 stuffed English Pheasant; 1 set of 8 books, (The Art of Railroading); 1 Hoosler kitchen cabinet; 1 6-hole Stewart Range, with high closet and'water connections; pictures, blinds, curtains and kitchen utensils; 6 vacuum washing machines; garden hose; tools; water barrels; 1 -candy cutting machine; 1 ice cream brick machine; Ice cream freezer; chains; forks; shovels; hoes; gravel boxes, etc. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 ALL SMALL ARTICLES SOLD IN T^IE MORNING THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MONUMENTS l,lea(lstones and Crosses , ol every (Wscriptlou made oi'der (let our ]>rices nivd SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works 11. g. kilnek, 512 13TH STREET N. -�- Boots and Shoes REPAIRS A SPECIALTY WHAT ABOUT THOSE RUBBER HEELS? EE PROBE HAS BLOWN COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. ^ - "TIz" Fixes Aciiinj*, Swollen, Sore Feel SUGAR TAKES-A BIG JUMP New York, April 12.-On reports or a reduced Quban sugar crop es-timato and continued heavy buying or raw sugar in this market, the price ;>;.;-.:. $11.50 S20 Suits, special sale price............. $13.50 ^22.50 Suits, special sale price ..-�...:......-.>,... $10.50 S25.00 Suits, speei.ii sale price........-------- $18.50 ^28.00 Suits, special sale price................. $21.00 (^.'50.00 Siiifs. s])ecial sale price......... .$22.50 Take advautao'e of our special offers. Exercise as miK'li jnd.a'uient iu buying as in earning. Men's Shoes SVc are sole agent for the best American shoe. Exclusive .styles aud leatiiers, prices from .$6.00 to $8.00. 'iMiesc shoes arc in a class hy themselves. Look better, hist longer aud keep tiieir shape till discarded. I Men's Neckwear In tlio swclicsl Silks. i)iiflern.s und styles. Prices from. .25c to $1.00 ANEWTEilSCLOB Cardston, April 13.-There was a mooting held on Tuesday evening at the rooms of K. N. Barker to organize the tennis club for the season's work. It was decided to call the club the "Cardston Tennis Club" and that membership could be obtained by election only, the voting to bo by ballot. The charter members are as follows: Mr. Barker, Mrs. Stack-poolo, Mr. Ibey, Mr. Johnston, Mr. -McDonald, Miss Pickup, Miss Sykes, Mr. and .Mrs. Mcintosh, Miss Harrington, Miss Reed, Mr. and .Mrs. Cavers, C. W. Pickup, George Cairn-cross, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson and Canon Mowat. The ItMft threo named were on motion o) the club appointed honorary mem-hers. The following were appointed otncers: President, II, W. Stevinson; vice-president, iMc. McUonald; secretary-troasurer, Miss Pickup. U was decided that the executive loomm^ttee should consist of throe olllcers appointed; also that the president should bo empowered to call upon any of the male members of the club for assistance when the court needed attention. The toes for membership were set at $3 for gentlemen and ?2 for ladies, and a motion passed to the effect that persona whose fees were not paid for the current year should neither be in good standing nor ontilled to play. A ruling was also made thai stiigles could not hold the cotirt when there wore enough to play double; doubloB to hold the court for only one set. The president was given authority to decide when, the court was unlit to be used by the members. As tlie courl in the raansQ grounds was in better oondltlon than that adjoining the rectory, owing to its being on higher ground. It was decided to begin th� ueason's practice there. Test our Better Shirts Do yoii enjoy Shirts lluit iirt- ;i lidle {liHeront, n lilile heller miu.To, more slyle lhan you see-on niosl r.^.n^ If you do you'll he greatly interested in our Spring' styles. All .sizes, new I'ahrics. new patterns, all sleeve lengths. Prices-$1.00, $1.50, $1.75. $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 Spring Hats for Men and Young Men We have the correct Mat for eveiy face, head and age of men who conic to us. IMces from..............................$1.50 to $5.00 These are all new colorings anil new trimmings, and all the new models and blocks. FIFTH ST., S. RED CROSS WORK DONE ly RAYMOND LADIES Raymond, .\pril 12.-The report of the Raymond Red Cross society for March and April is as follows. Under the direction of Mrs. AV. G. Meeks, the following articles were made: 6 surgical coats, 6 bed jackets, S suits of pj'jaraas, 44 triangular bandages, 12 bedside bags, 3G personal property bags, 3fl T-bandages, 10 pll- Are You Ready for Mr. Germ?-"Some little bug is sure to get you" if you do not keep up your powers of resistance by eating nourishing, wholesome, easily digested foods. Keep your body^in top-notch condition by" eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit,' a simple, natural tbod which makes healthy tissue and keeps the stomach .ind bowels healthy apd .ictive. Serve with hot or :old milk or cream, or with fruits. low cases, 0 pairs of socks, 18 straight bandages, 24 many-tailed bandages, 10 wash cloths, 1 nurse's apron, 8 bed-pads. Under the direction of Mrs. Wild of Welling, the following articles were made: 3 pairs of pyjamas, 1!) pillow cases, 20 personal property bags. Under the direction of Mrs. A. W. Klrkham, the following were made; 9 straight bandages, 23T-batidages, 30 personal property bags, 4 surgical coats, 22 triangular bandages, 2 pairs pyjamas. Under, the direction of Mrs. Rouse, president of the women's institute, the following articles were made: 12 pairs of pyjamas, 7 bed jackets, 18 many-tailed bandages, 36 T-bandnges, 11 wash cloths, 18 straight bandages, 12 bedside bags, 3G personal property bags, 8 pairs of socks, 9 bed pads, 43 triangular bandages, 19 pillow cases. Special mention must be made of Mrs, Grange and Mrs. (Rev.) Simpson, who have proved Indefatigable \vorkers at tlio many-tailed bandages. (jIekman prisoners taken by french at verdun the Made in Canada. N. Y. TRIBUNE FOR ROOSEVELT New York, April 12.-The New York Tribune, for scores of years a leading Republican Journal -will declare editorially tomorrow for the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt for the presidency by the Republican convention. German prisoners captured during the great Verdun oCrouslve, being marchod under gufird of Fi'.epch gavftlry to the rear. Digestive Troubles cause headache, biliousness, constipation, impure blood and othet unpleasant symp-  toms. If these troubles are neglected they -wealcen the body and open the way for serious illness. Many chronic diseases may be traced back to indigestion that could have been immediately. relieved by Beecham's Pills. This well-known home remedy has proven itself dependable, safe and speedy during sixty years' use. The fame of havmg a larger sale than any other medicine in the world proves the dependable, remedial value, of _ PIUS SJo of Any Medicine io�h� WvrM. Sold Eveiywhcr*. In bvxn, 2S ��!, n < 'xmi 01469?36?8 ;