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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f1 page eight TWK LtfTHpR IT>OF OA TLT > I1KH ATiD IHLRSDAY, FEBRUARY 14. l^t? t Look For Cattle With Which to;* Stock the Ranges Here That Albai'ia rancher^ are already ; ' Invading Moninna looking for entile with which.to stork fUe ranges of tUia district, thus lakiup advantage of the ; removal of rhe duty, is shown by paragraph from Wednesday's C.reai Falls Tribune "Which says: "Already Canadian buyers are coming into the I'nited States looking for cattlp to take into the Dominion for ; nocking their ranches and for feeding- ' There have been three or Tour in tirea* Falls during the present week and oth- . era are expected within the nexi'few' days. The demand fvr cattle on Hip ' �orth side of the line in said to be : Huch greater than it is on this side. ! '"A-ccording to J. A. Kord. one of the local rattle jobbers, there has been a , request on file with his .firm for I" > days for a herd of 4at� head of .steer.* which he can not handle because he : ' hasn't the sourer from whit'll to sot i the number needed. He say* there has 'never, in his menmiy. been a when the supply was shorter or the outlook for good prices better than the j present. The steer stock, is harder to $et just now than the she stock, and the removal of the duty has a tendeuey , to increase the prices as it wilt mater-' .ally increase, the demand with no /vhanee of eulRi'Kiiig die soiuve m" supply - MODERN SHYLOCK DIES Wonirlair. N. J.. Feb. 14. Daniel Fi, Tohuan. known I h rough out .1 lie eount ry a few years ago as "King of the Shy locks." died a\ his home 'here yesterdny at the age of t�S. lie was ivpttted to ha re accumulated a large fortune by making small loans to persons m need from whom hr exacted evrorttoitate interest. _* ? ? * v v ? CLAIMS DAMAGES FOR Cardston Rancher False Arrest for Calf Suing Stealing For COMING FEB. 25 After many months of,negotiations. I the, announcement, is definitely made t today, that Harry Lauder will positive-; ]y appear in Leihbrtdge on Monday, j February 25th. With his company of i  agisting artists. Harry Lauder will J appear in the Wpsley church ft ere. ; . Healtsiug the fact that thousands of j '"people a!! over Southern Alberta will; wish to see and hear the inimitable ''Scotch singer, the' local management jj secured the largest auditorium in the �\ city. All seats for the engagement, ,! which will consist of two perform " anees. matinee at 2.30 and night at 8.30. will go on sale at the Majestic . Theatre box office next Monday , morning at ten o'clock. Mail orders . V are now being received. All enquir- ln supreme court this morning the jury case of A. K. Seocr vs Leo 1.. Harris and P. L. Struigham. elniming damages for wrongful arrest and pro- time ' *ecu('on �l,enef* before Mr. .Justice Walsh, with the following jury empaneled; P. A. Smith. Kobert Harrow-man. VYm. Ponohue. Hugh Boyd. W. A.' Hamilton and Brown Pipes. The case arises out of the arrest and !rial of ^eott. a rancher living west: of Cardston, on a charge of stealing a roan heifer calf branded TP from Messrs.-^-1 arris and Stringhain. Harris was sent up for trial and acquitted before Judge Jackson i� the district court here iti December. * .Mr. Harris was the first witness and was'On the stand all morning. He told i of his arrest on Nov. 20. and coufiue-meut in jail after the preliminary, hav-\ Uig spent one night in the provincial  jail here. The evidence given at the criminal trial that he had bought the calf from Mr. Trellease and submitted by him. Palmer and Harris a're appearing for rhe plaintiff and D. H. Eltou for the defendant. WOOL EXPERT WILL SPEAK IN CITY W. ,T. Ritchv- the noted sheep and wool e^xperr. who is coming to Alberta to lecture to the sheep breeders under the auspices of the provincial deparr-ieV regarding IhV engagement should ment of agriculture, will speak in be addressed to Len S. Brown at the I-ethbridge tomorrow night and again Majestic Theatre in this citv. Mr. 1 on Saturday forenoon, and every wool Rrown states that he will be pleased j grower in the south to give anv needed information to'all iu,�ke a �Peeiai ef!ort\ro be present. Mr. ; enquiries * ' , ftuch is considered the outstanding an- ; ' thority on wool and sheep on this con- ' tinent and his visit should give the -_ industry a great impetus. The meeting T,i Z 7> , i, �, will-be held in the Board of Trade1 Philadelphia. Pa tel.. 4.- - At the bun(lh;g inplead of lhe fire Dan as rir�.t . T'niversity Hospital it was sa:d early country should GETTING BETTER this morning that Sir Evariste Le-hlaiu\ lieutenant governor of Quebec, who underwent an operation there a few days ago. was doing nicely. The patient's pulse and respiration were reported normal. i reported. ICE JAM CAUSES FLOODS QUEBEC NEEDS 10,000 MEN FOR IIS FARMS Montreal, Feb. 14.-As a result of " an ice jam at Beanbarnois early ye?-* terday some slight damage was caused . by floods in the towns of Vaudreuil. " lleperrot, and Ste. Anne De Bellevue. j The water around Vaudreuil ro.se sev-'r *n or eight feet. WAS FOUND SHOT Boston. Mass., Feb. 13.--Kdward F. Barnes, s real estate dealer. 65 .years Jd, was shot early today. He .was lound by the police in the Backbay district, uftajly a mile away. He refused to say how he had been injured. Slain (nation o f his office showed tt*D7 bloodstains and a revolver with two empty cartridges' in the chamber. ! Hope* Govt. Will Help Solve Problem -First Place in Stock Breeding I Montreal, Feb. 14.-Hon. N. Oar-neau. M.L.A.. president of the general stock breeders' association of the pro-j vince of Quebec, stated at the L'4th an-! nual meeting here yesterday that the ! province holds the first place among '.the provinces of the Dominion for .tits {breeding of Ayrshire rattle and sixth 'place for Holsteins. Hon. J. K. Caron, | provincial minister of agriculture, said j that the farms of Quebec were short !at least ten thousand men and be | thought, tile government should help ; solve this problem. Hon. N. (Jarneau j was re-elected presideui aud i)r. J. A. Couturt*. secretary. MANY SETTLERS COMING Reginaf Feb. 13. -W. G. Styles. prft�i-; 4eut of the Regina Board of Trade, re-i turned after an extended trip in the P weatwn states. He says that Sas-f katc.Uewau is the most talked of part * Hf>f Canada'in the lTntted States at pres-:,�mt and that a large rush of new set-^tiers certain this year from across r'jUie line,. HUN PEACE DEBATE l*ondon. Feb.- 14. - An important peace debate, will begin in the Oerman ; reichstag on February 21. according to a wireless despatch from Amsterdam. ; Chancellor \'(jh Hertling will di.scu.ss ; the treaty witli "1'krahie and will r^ply tc President Wilson, Premier J^loyd G�orge and Premier Orlando. BORDEN HONORED Montreal, Feb. 12. Sir Robert Burden, prime minister of t'aDada. has been elected a chancellor and governor of McOill lTniversity. FRENCH LOSSES best mm for , ub m bow Palis. Feb. ~i:>>.-One vessel of more than l,t�(iu tons and one of less than that tonnage were aunk by mine or submarine during the week ended February 9. while one fishing vessel was destroyed. One French merchantman was unsuccessfully attacked. Kight hundred and ninety-two vessels entered French ports during the week and 841 vessels departed. TO BE SERGT. AT Aft MS 0oht Stay Constipated. Headachy Oil Stomach Sour. Ho~a(W�'how bad you? In'er. stomach bOW�U; bow much your head ,*ch�f, how mis arable and uuc'omforr-i�hle yrrti are from a cold, consifpai'on. W Wo u all ess ami . sJuggifth b;j;vels you va^a tf9i rWief with Oasc^retH. v Ooslt l�t jour Htoiuacb, liver and make you miserable. Take tonight; put au end to the bittouait&tir. dJizineso,- ner TOCUmcenv *iok, sour, gaasy stomauh. ball ooid, otftttstve br^aih and all dJ�tre�s; cle�au*e your Inside i of all th� hl?%, sftsas and con-Ipjtsd matter wbioh is producing  mitery. A 10- owut box means health, happl-is* and a clear head for months. All [druggists sell Cascarels. Don't forger SJbe children-their little insides need \ .;. a a .j a HANG CANADIAN FLAG AT VERDUN. 1* ? Montreal, Feb. I 4.� - A t'auad-ian flag, to be hung in the Hot el I lev i He of Verdun, V ran.ee. ah nig with the standards of all ihe allies. W being pre8en:**d by the association of French War Veterans in Montreal known a* Leffsiu- Au Dos. and will be forwarded to the mayor of Verdun through the medium of the (Jazette. ; * * : * ? ? * * ? ? ? ? fc; RTS ii FRID All Furniture Subject to 20 Carpets and Drap 10 p4 h Another New Shipment Enriches our Collection of Wilton and Axminster Rugs OUR ASSORTMENT OF THESE BEAUTIFUL RUGS IS NOW SO LARGE AND VARIED THAT IT ALMOST BEWILDERED ONE TO ATTEMPT TO SINGLE OUT ANY ONE RUG THAT IS MORE EXQUISITE THAN THE REST. THE NEW RUGS BRING NEW COLORS, NEW DESIGNS AND NEW BEAUTY TO OUR ALREADY REMARKABLE COLLECTION. All Out-of Town Orders Packed Freight Paid to Yonr Station No Refund or Goods Ex changed AXMINSTERS 4i >x7V2 WILTON'S Regular $27.00 for $24.00 41/.X71/, Regular $17.50 for $16.00 6%x9 Regular $32.50 for . $29.25 6 5/4x9 Regular $40.00 for . . . $36.00 9x9 Regular $45.00 for $40.00 9x9 Regular $45.00 for * ft 9x1014 Regular $47.50 for. . $42.50 a. 1 / xl0V2 Regular $55.00 for . . $49.50 9x12 Regular $52.50 for ... . $47.00 9x12 Regular $65.00 for . . $60.00 Cocoa Mats & Rugs \ Floor Coverings and Linoleums $40.00 4.90 FOR OUTDOOR AND INDOOR USE. V jx7>/2- Reg. $5,50. Special ....... 6x9. Regulnr.$8.85. 7 7C Special............... 4  I 3 Natural color with proou and hrosvn border, A labor saver during the muddy weather. Cocoa Door Mats V Size 1. Special Size. 2. Special Sire 3. ' Special 1.25 AVo have just received our new stock of Scotch J^loci Coverings. Our range of. patterns in Oilcloth. Printed ami Inlaid Linoleums surpass tny-thirjg Ave have ever had. Oilcloth from, fler lineal yard ........ White Bedspreads Fifteen only. Whitfi Bedspreads in attractive designs and remarkable value. Full n rf A Vizo. special price.....OstJU Ad- Linoleum, new process, per lineal yard f Inlaid Linoleum. $3.75, $4.00 and..... 1.10 1.60 4.25 Pillo w Cases "We have some beautiful extra, fine weave White Pillow Cases. Per pair 75c V >\\v-\ *, 7i r * j ft * * - Solid Mahogany Dining-room Suite 'suite consists or btiffef.' eliina eahin^t. pedestal extension Uible with 54 inch round lop. 1 arm chair. H side t/huir? and a .serving table- Reduced to...... .... $358.00 Wm. & Mary Dining Room Suite iMade or -ulid quarter sawed oak and has that old ouk rini^h which will not iiiar or scratch easily. Suite consists of a large double door china cabinet, massive buffet, five leg' extension table. I arm chair, and 5 leather seated chairs. . $225.00, Reduced to..... $175.00 DRESSING TABLE Two utile, dressing tables, one in walnut and one in matfoKany. Regular $17.75 and $1>5.00. -| Q |\A Special .-.............. .............. iO.UU $35.00 BED COUCH, $25.00 An extension bed couch v-'itb wood arm and upholstered back in green/ttenim. ^ Heducerl to .. i.......,. .�......... $210 Solid Walnut Suite This is a solid brown walnut suite that is worthy of your attention, being si high class reproduction of the William ami Mary Period design. Huffet. has largo plate glass shaped mirror, silver and linen drawers and large euphoard. Chairs are upholstered in solid leather and (able is pedestal design with a 4-1 inch top. Reduced to ..r>o in' malioganv. i A ft ft Your choice for...........____......... 1U.UU MAGAZINE RACKS Moving thri-e shelves and paper bolder in mahogany and old Knglish finish. Kegular $7.75. Reduced to ................................. $40.00 REDUCTION ON A HANDSOME E E SETTEE This ^e.tlee is built of solid oak and is (i'rM feet long, by '\:\ inches wide., Seal is upholstered in the very best grade of genuine Spanish lenllier. Regular $I2o.Ob. Heducerl t o ......................*............. CHEVAL MIRROR In a fumed oak frame with a plate glass mirror. | � /|A ^�x4S. Regular $27.50, for...................... lO�UU CHEVAL MfRROR in a golden oak frame with j'0 AA an oval glass. Regular $18.85 for'...............' 1&�UU LIBRARY TABLE In ipjartercd golden oak, having one drawer and two : book- shelves on each side. ; I Size 24 inches by 40 inches. Regular $23.50, QQ for Size 23 inches by 48 inches. Regular $32.50, for 25.00 ALL FELT MATTRESS In full size, only. Built in layers of pure.white 80.00 20.00 fell. Regular fc'a.OO. Special ............ BEDROOM SUITE . In -white enamel, comprising bed, Wresser, chiffonier, dressing (alile and stool. Regular $J3(U)0, for 103.00 DRESSER SPECIAL 1 ^ $1.85 HAT RACKS, 85c Ten only, Gilt Frame Hal Racks with a small mirror. Both handy and useful. q - Reduced to ......................... ............ ODC Your choice of anv picture up to for ................-................... 2 ONLY, HALL RACKS r-'uined oak and the other in Old Knglish finish, stands C foot tifch and have a bevelled plate glass mirror -t *\ p#k i:;.v20.. Regular $L'0.00. Reduced to /...........' | j#5U Another in golden elm. Same size and style. ---j-j - 25.00 10.00 THREE SOLID OAK DRAFT SCREENS Well made and neatly finished in'golden fumed and old Knglish. Regular $19.00. Redmed to...... ............................ 1Z*UU $35.50 EXTENSION TABLE FOR $25.00 A solid quartered oak extension table, extending to s feet on. easy running gliders. Reduced to ................ AN E. E. DINING ROOM TABLE r 5 leg design and having a 44 inch top with six foot extension. Regular $28.85. % Reduced to . - - .1.............................. BRASS BED, SPRINGS AND MATTRESS A square po?if. brass bed, a. .No-Sway coil spring and a Dixie No Tuft Mattress. Rogu\lar $10�.�5. for ..................................... STEEL BED SPRINGS AND MATTRESS A full sized snow white enamel bed, a coppered win spring and a combination v uial tress. Regular ^liT.r.o. for ... A large Ihrqe drawer Royal Oak dresser with a big plate glass m\rro\\ Regular $17.75, for 13.50 THREE PIECE PARLOR SUITE Upholstered in a heavy, rich tapestry and comprising a Chesterffeld, easy chair and rocker. Regular Ol C OC $27o.nu, for ............................. LtOmCo 18,85 82.50 21.25 COLLAPSIBLE CARD TABLES No home is complete without one of our folding card tables as they can be folded so neatly (hat they Q *7C take up no room. Special price...................Oiid KITCHEN CABINETS Some of the features of our kitchen cabinetR. Metal flour hin and sifter, glass tea and coffee jars, self feeding sugar bowl, glass spiee jars, extension lops, melal brend and cake box. Prices range from /�{* **** $25.00 to.................................. OSf.VU r Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers V Hull Block � \ 4122 ;