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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAS SH3! IN COLO London, April Kitchener Secretary ot War, tnid the House 01 Lords today-thai -British PriBoners bail bein insulted, maltreated and ei- cTsnoTdSvn by their cap- tors. He made a statomrat to the House on subject, in which he "I havt been lorced with reJuclance Ho accept an indisputably true the by Che German army of Ijiitub prisoners. The Hague conven- tion been flajrantly discarded bv German officers. Our prisoners tare been stripped and maltreated in Yarloua ways and in ioms cases the shot in blood, tiur officers oven when wounded. Have fccen. .wantonly insulted and frequently oon, Apr" H.-Wshl, Hon. Wm- Chitrohiil, flrst-.Lord 61 Lo WmiliJtT, explained great Bn- Hain''B policy "in tie iiuitWr ol rteat- kneSt ot the .allots captured ,n fcoaili tiuimnxine. In the House of mon thli Bltwnooii. Aus-KeniiE ouestlon on thta subiect, Mr. nlfflW 'that the repra- whiti (rtnMny bas taien ajainst ol our OTTU- olficers can ne to eaOtct us from i policr bumao and just reieiMM ir'i this matter- .the ftnrt Lord of tte Ad- hlfalkr Hid I .ecessniy jmbltoly-lo brani 1Mb !oim and prevent IL- Uttt Itl affiME tw ratthods ttMn to nat ons. Til sftfkK then vent on to cl- thai mo conditions bare 'Etui applied V) the creirs of German beonue they ioujht as kuoh, but only to those ensued tm Ullia{ non-combatints, usutralE, "aad woffltn on tte high "licldenls like slalmuj; oi the Oriole at right, without warning, (Tb. Oriole preeumably iras lost ear- ly -in February with a ol 20 tie sinkiiui of the Faleba. trith a Iocs oi 100 lives and the blow- ini'up ol fishing -reaseh the 'ornament. Ml. Churchill declared, 1o place all submarine prisoners tei- eu liter February 18, and so long as This system of war continued, in a distinct category. The. speaker point- ed out that the conditions under which thKe prisoners coifloid. wen in erery vay humane. "We haft oOered to allow a repie- sentatiTe ol the United States to tlnae he said, "and make a report provided reciprocal la- aK aocorded ui." r ITKU.IAN CONFIRCNGE Tkt AmfeMueWat BeHIn, and 'tendon have bMn eaimimm hunt fer i conference With Italian Pefalflii minium. Rerne InHrpiV-. thie move at an In- ejejllM that K en the eve of in leaperUlrt feeMen ceneernlne, her fer- polity, all Italy It avrtWnl lit, wtrd wMfw Ike nation elie.ll Ha ami with the Allltt. ffVMIAH ATTACK I NmMsM toim ellMsAehei eay HMlaM hive befun ansthtr M- luk M KM AuMrilM In the UlMk SUM Awtrlan tnt Otrmen CM- Miltlei In the laet two a.ye are at tyat._________ POftMM OMI1F -JUiTICI DIAD Balltai M.I, April Bobert VMthmtm, termer, am; Mora fcoila. tkla wmtnc. attor two IRIPCiRfANT AUCTION SALE: and Fixtures at the old Beutley Stand, 5th Street South, on FRIDAY NEXT, APKIL 30th at 2 o'clock in the afternoon FKANK WADDINGTpN 11 with Instruction, to iell by Public Au'otjwi on premlMi above a quantity-ef iup.rl.tp Store Fixtures and Fittings OFFICE FUHNITURi, ETC, INCLUDING 18 ft. Solid Oak Dry Uooda Counter fitted with drawort i BbelTing. 12 ft Solid Grocery Counter, similarly by tho Burton DaSdwIn ManuitcturlnB Company. each 16 ft. of Superior Boot and Shoe shelving with adjustable S' C" hljl- _ IS fL of Groosn- Shelving (7 Her) in splendid condition ft Counter 11 ft Counter, (our 8 II. Hew? Display Table.: 12 ft of Superior Shelving BUed with plfreon Holes for.patterns.. 6 Adjustable Display Shelves. OUs Fraurht Blovaior, 2000 Ibs capacity. Bowser Oil Tant. 35 ft Dry Goods Shel-rinu. 7 ft. high (in two sections.) Cash. Cirriar System. Dress HoMins Finure. 32 ri Song by b high. Oak OiBce Desk; Office Counter (5 ft.) Typewriter Desk. ilotor Coiee Mill; Hand Coffee Mill. Two 25 ft 6 Woir Sectional W ardrobe.. and o larsc assortment of sundry Display Stands, Forms, also i (-drawer National Cash Register. BOOOS ON VIEW EACH DAY TILL TILL 6. TAKE SALTS to TIiTJSH IM> if yw feel or troublee-ywtr- fin. far Kiamjre Meat forme into add which eicitee and or.rworki th. Hdnayi In their efforts to filter It from the syslem- eaters of must Hush the kidneys occasionally. Tou must re- lieve them Ilk. you relieve your bow- removJni all (he acldi, and pjlson, else you feel i dull misery ID I'.IB kidney ration, "harp palm In the back or lick headache, dlzilness, your itomich sours, toDgue coated and when the weather ii kad you hare rheumatic twinfei. The urine Is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels efteu get irritated, obllilns; you to gel up two or thren times during the olebt. To: neutralize these irritating; acids and flush off the body's urlnous waste jet about four ounces of Jad Salts from any. pharmacy; take a table- spoonful In a glaae of Vi'Bter beiore tireairast lur a few days and your will tlien set nne anil bladder disorders disappear. Thin fimous salts made from the acid of grapes -and letBon Juice, combined with lltlila wid Vas been ufled for generations to fleen and stimulate kidneys lid stop Bladder Irritation. -Jad Balls is hamlMs'and makes a iillfbtful sfferveitent lIUiia-wMer Jrlnk wh'lck minion el men and "wp- laie'iiey ud tlwn. thus avoiding itrleui kMwy aid bladder diseases loll by J. D. HlclBbolham t Co., Ltd., Sale Tlie Remaining Portion of the JJentley Stock will be sold Auction com- j at 10 o'clock Thurs- day Morning. be lotted up iu lots anil cpnsist oi. sundry, Items of Canned Goods, Crockery. Tinware, lai'Sq assortmeot. of INS'EHTIONS, TRIMMINQS AND EMBROIDERIES. Many of these Rich Trimminss run as lush as S3.UO and 54.00 per yard aiid'when It Is remembered that, no matter ivhai die bid. every Ilim-'-wlir-be lold to the hightst bidder, it does not reipjlre any e'trennOus lb.ln.Unc to realize the opportunity ihus Hie bargain seeker. When we commenced out', tin's slid we would clem It to the bare walls, and whilst.this stnie- ment bss oriepV been made in connection with clearanco ss'.es. in this ti the Brst time that the fact has been" accompliahed. We mention' BllB fofccause we wish the public .to understand that the Auction. Sale on Thursday IB an absolutely Unreserved of the balance of the goods. can speak no plainer lhan that, ud fhoee .Tho attend will get away with some of the most hlur- and- -splendid bargahis-ever heard of in the city. In a sale .of- this nature It could not be otherwise. We expect a 'big crowd 'of- buyers., io' be on time at 10 o'ciock. -Pleaae try and bring some small change with you. There will be no time-to. book anything and there will be no 'big money required, to, handle these lots. Widdmgton says he will 'sell One and "Fifty Lots the flrap hour of the sale! Thursday Morning at 10 o'clock at the Old Bentley Stand. TheYAuctlou Sale ol Fixtures on Friday. I TO THE of McCall's Patterns. Help yourself Morning. Raymond, AprH aimy cut- worm aow seems' to lie checked. The ,-nl farmers as told to your correspondent is most encouraging. ,that with more intensive ivorms disappear. Ray Whi', jas-p. whole army 01 on his im- 'and he is with all .Mri. Strickland to be have been proven meth- ad-ia.-nawutbfri-.otDblem under .solu- tion-. been obtaineii with Stink :TreeiU-and.- -Paris Greeu. The worms seem to be very lend ol this weed, and as there is a ready supply on hand !t is being extensive- ly used. The-. liiei'-'alarm bas now passed, and the farmers are taking a very cautious -and sensible view ot the ePidefcnic. Seeding has been de- layed a 'little, but it has been resum- ed all over the south thiG morning. The worms seem'to he slowly disap- pearing; but no chances, are being tak- ICE Oiliy TERMS PHONE 701., JRO. Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYlNG TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED 408 th St. S. Phono.G3J Judge Dillon Registered Standard Bred ..Trotting Stallion Hrflf Brother to Lou Dillon, fMtMt Trotting Mare In tho world; one of If 16 tort Standard 3red hones In Canada, will eland ror at-rny flve mllta northeast of the city. ;v) Foe to hisiire. Ii k K; COULTRY OWNER. Jl D RAYING Of All Western Transfer Co, Office C. P. SEED POTATOES Beit Kinds, Early and Lato .Varieties, Cheap. This Seed all n-nu 2nd -Carefully Se- !lectcd. APPLY Allan Jack Martin's Baggage Transfer; Phone 138f Cireful and Prompt Service" Edward Transfer PHONE 652 OFFICE OTT'S BARBER SHOP TRUNKS MOVED, ANY PART OF CITY, 25c All-Transfer Work and Coal Orders Solicited l'am the ever ready 1 'Atyant.'to htlp you In milting today's niedi of and tht .houieliold. VOll SAL1! Oil li clnsH Jiiok for 01- ciuiiBii, profornbly for horios. lilt good stuck ofm.'lw ron lands, In I'lulna nut idonl. Kor lulorniiitlori aitpr lirldgo-Woybum RsrJty Co.. 1202 lut Are., South. 1 l leas'o' Ifi- Bvfttt 'Grass for cash. Fred F. Flltoeil Si Co., 15 lioyul Bank Chambers, M176D, Col- y. Altn. '.J-i- 104-12 I AM AWANT AS- ghl, J3Ji, iiy Da Forest Porltr.Y 25 Words, Insertion. Blx Inncrtloni MUST Bt p'ilb'iN ADVANCE. Gold Coin-Fotatoes-' I Seed, Ma-. tured and Well G.radeij. 525.00 Per Ton A. CASAUBON, Lethbri Phone R-307. -24 _ THE NURSING MISSION 1 Provides vtsitiiiR nurses for matcr- j nily and all medical anil surgical {cases (except and charges according to tile clr cumsmnces ot the patient. Poor patients Mred for Tree of change.. Graduate nurses ror private (hily alsoiproyided. For .further partlc-: ulars apply to the Nuraing ,.Mls-. sion, 413 St. S. Phone 1233. (Misl) A. M. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurae J. T. Mackenzie, Grao. Ltd., tl-oft'med llpu'ao, 31'C 'tiro TO KIWlT-ipllp IStll -SI.' Soutjl, "'reiit low ,lp jiultabto-'tijliint; __ TO i.V 1'urnlalipd for light housekseiJliiK or uiiurtmonLs. illoc'c. -j 8 SITUATIONS VACANT j -general maid lo'work on a [iirni 0 ratios southeast 'of city; must bo a good cook. Apply Box once'Vcuinpetent. gen eral" miUili.Jutifit-'bp'f.ond of .children: ti'qrninn Ritchie, 1302 SI5 .to iippbinttng "loonlc. .nsnrcaentatives.-r- Brantford. S150 worV: .write Hrantford ior- TO nuiiibei. Nurse. of experienccr) farm bands on our i lacase. in your orders. -J. .Harris J; ffoT''liox Phono' '-'480'-- acres'uear fronv 1BO tp 200: tonS'pMiaV. 'Gockl cluince ac'd _ffni buildings. Term's if'jvalionable. Apply GeO. OV'Kei-r. l3oi bridal-. Phcn'e liUral '3H'.r TO ropui furnished modern, house, St. 3. Also ono 5 at: 422'Jth St. TO block from.'new' pcet oijlce'y gas: HOUSE huuso'for Fully pholie. Situated, on.-am' gooil locality, Rent rcasonnble to right, ot J318.. litli .'114-lii 944 r-opm'3 [uiiy .m'od teu'coa, 10 Jlacdobnl'd 'Blillk.' PROFESSroNAL CARDS Men and women to learn1. 'tlie'-'barter'lradoj. while. l j VOR 18th-SU per.. month.-Apply Mol- tie'-aerra. .Ine; fucnlaood.'-.graduatcs. niiLke. big'-' .Catalpeue .free. -Moler Barbel Ebllsjf, V.'. WANTS Oilers .3-. and ,S20> to .Mansions .Phone line. -with tele-phone TO Vljorfri rob'm with all' modem- bonveifeiioeaj'-rteani .heat. bath's, tpp.ly Y. M.'C.'.A.V' v. ROOJIS TO Furnished- Iirga bright rooms iences. on" car'tUpe, connpqtlqp. Soutii. modern' conven- with.- telep.hono Street. S- TO gen'tie; man In p'rlvilH hp'A> u'eitf .car modern convinlen'ijiy of' ?5 per month.- ISIi-St 8 MISCELLANEDUS FOR SALE FOR tion test flfegood, it's well rip- ened. It's clean; it's, for sals at per 100 Ib aapi: lots less than 100 Ihs per Ooaldalo, of. seed en All' 1fin IhiL. Annlv nA.rJTBIWi-A .aihEle- must -be' I potatoes Appljr condition. Wnte; jl. PIroek, price to Box 7, Herald. sa-jdle lelween.690-and: 1000 "Ibs. weighing be In ;ood condition and thoroughly broke.. to Box11, Herald j lll-Cf PIANO KOR might'rent.' Condition gopif Jis "ifouf.'1 Oneap-lf sold -.t.i.1 -l .ith'.rftt. "Phono' LOllllltlul] tf at 'once.' Call "IU-B. contUtlon: '21, statins, price. FOR The 'Ktpp store owned by Mrs. Phillips; ..will. sell, cheap. .Ap- '.i la To 'buy a second hand' Typewriter In good shape. and Wall Apply The Star Puln Dllt. 115-6 ply FOR' Rlsch' FOR ondMmnd, but Eptlonal-' bargains In; .1- ceptional liargaius ..NOTICE Oormjck haitows, sulky plows, J-odrbj helpud- Innwelf.; 6 V' i, g, to a Cfo-Ciart oil Sunday from the f AUCTIONEER wr, and city Licensed-Auctioneer. of all 'kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Llvo stock and farm dales a pecWty) Olflce at 'the 'Wilson Co., 404 St. N. Vhone i -1028'. Residence Phbn'e 685. DOWB- town office at tbo Lethbrldce-Wey- Realty Co. Phone 1-173. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- lion-test. Feed of all kinds, car- -loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. Storage spnce for rait.'Frost i Iproof basement for perishable tooda. Saunders. Pliqne 1244. P. :O. Box 112. 73-0 _________________________ WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- :DUCE .and Estall -ktoda-'-bt Blue "Joint nnd Ubland Hay; StVaw, and'1 Feed.l M, 'McMahon ano-'C. MftClenaghan, 2nd 'AVC- Phone. Lalhbrlflfe, icrla. '3-0' Lllq-'iaid iff" Canada; for said c terms, -ranging for farm lands vlth 'ainpltf lands In irrlipit.ipn'Mlst.rlctB, lo'an for farm di'tb also re- payable In twenty years. Here la your Incieise' your farm holdlrigV adjoining land, or tis neighbors.' Kor apply tp' S'upt. of LindB rj'cntt'of NatVrei -Resources O.P.R., .'ALBERTA .WILSON SKEITH s .iV'iV LO3T ono sorrel re. l.ble-hranrt-on Had four- Ehbes oh Notif Phono 171V and callod for and dcllvored. rdrehead. Dor 283 Lethpl j 709. or NotifT 'Rural -_._ To my on Satdrdav night, a small light bay 119 brnnd. Aiu Owner tuny have same. .by. and.cont of, ..j., Lotlibridec. r' 8 Apply iccupatipn, (or tealtli.. 106-Z-l i.....A ;