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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �look For Cattle Wifh Which Irt , Stock'the Ranges � � / Here "         * MODERN SHVLOCK , DIES * Th�t Albartu rajichei-s nre .tflremly ' invadin(:.Montana InokitiK .for, cnttle with whlch.to.stock the,rBngea ot tttta dUtrlct. thiw tsWuK. advaiUuge of the r��naviil of the duty. Is shown hy a�| p�ra�Mit>h from WeililBSdRy'S, Hrent Fulls Tribuue vhli'h savii; "Already CaniuVlan buyers are coiii-Ine Into tliieninited States looVJnr for cattle to tdke Into the DomtnlDn tax tockluff tlieir mnclies and for feedlnR. There have been Ihree or four In Great Falls during tlie.present week and other* are expected'wtthtn the iiejct'few 4aya, The demand for cattle on the . Borth side'of the llnie Is �ald to be 'Much Rreater'tlian it Is on this side. '."According to J. A. Kord. one of the teeal cattle jotibers. there has been a Nqnest on tile with his ,firm (or 10 dtiys for a herd of 4l>(i.hoad of steers' which he can not ffsndfe befcans'e he 'hasn't the source fro'm,^vhieh;�ii ;K�����i�4 f t i Cardslon, Rancher Suinjt For! False Arrest for^SteaUng Calf STARTS IS 25 f Alter many months ot.uegotiatlous, ) the aunouocement Is 'definitely m&de I today, that Harrv Laiidev will posiUve-l.ly. appear ln,,i,eihb.riage on. Moriday; ("February 26tli. v'WI&'lils company of (a^islatlnK artists; Harry -Lauder will ' glvesany needed information td'all eiqulrlea. . / ^ lu siiprqme court this morning the I jury case ' of- A. K. Scott vs � l..eo I.. . i^tiarrls and D. U. Strlugbani.clftttning j damages ^or wrongful arrest'aud pro-' kecutlon opened before Mr. Justice W�I�h. with the following Jury"^ empaneled: D. A. Smitli, Robert Barrow- , man. Wtn..Donohne. Hugh .Boyd, \V. A.' Hamilton'and Brown Pipes. ' The case arises out ot the arrest and trial ot ^cott. a rancher living west of Cardston, on a charge ot stealing a roan heifer calf branded TF from Messrs.'i^tarrt!' and Stringhuiu. Harris was sent up'for.trial und acquitted before .fudge Jaoksctn in -thfe district court here in December.  Mr. Vlarrls was the first \ritneg8 and wms-on the stand till morning. He told of his arrest on Nov. 30, ^nd confiite-ment in jail after the preliminary, having 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 aubmltted hy him. � Palmer and Harris a're appearing for the plaintiff arid D. ,H. Enoa for the defendant. ^' i:^ ' ' CaQMfe id Drapes 10.^ ^r^^ Another New Shipment Enriches our Cbl-lection df Wilton and Axminster Rugs ^ OUR ASSORTMENT OF THESE BEAUTIFUL RUGS IS NOW SO LARGE'AND VARIED THA'T 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 BEAUTYTO OUR ALREAOV REMARKABLE COliLECTIQN. TermsS CarefHUy Fa^M and Freight Paid to Yoiir Station NoRe- WOOL EM WILL CETTING-BETTER Phlladllphia. Pa.. Feb. 14.-At the .' TTnlversIcy Hospital it was .sai'd early ^ this .morning thatr Sir Evariste Le-hlanc, lieutenant governor ofQnebec. i -who underwent an operation there a few daya-ago, was dotng'nicely.  The V.patient's pulie and respiration were ' ',)reported normal. _ ICE JAM CAUSES FLOODS V-, Montreal, Feb. 14.-As a result of ' an Ice. Jan} at Beaubarnois early yes-\l;.terday some ilight damage was caused , by floods in the towns ot Vaudreuil. .^'Ileperrot,. pod Ste. Anne De'Bellevue. . t The water around Vaudreuil rose aev-: .Km or eight feet. rs'v'��..^-:'WAr'rooND.�HbT /- . W. T. Rltchj'-the noted .tlieep aud' wool axperr, who Is cothlng to Alberta to lecture to the sheep breeders,under thb ttusiltcSs of the proVlnclBl department of .Agriculture, will speak in Lethbridge tomorrow ulght and again on Satm'day forenoon, and" every wool I grower'in the sodth country should imake a-speclal effortVo be preisent. Mr. Rltch Is considered the outstanding authority o^ tvool.and sheep on tbia cou-tlneitt-and his visit should give the industry a great impetus. The meeting wllirbe held in the Board ot Trade b\iilding insteid of the fire hall as first reported. ' , QUEBEC NEEDS 10,1 - MEN FOR ITS FARMS Hopes Govt. Will Htlp Solve Problem -Fifst Place in Stock Breeiling Montreal, Feb. 14.-Hon; N."' Gar-neau, M.L.A., president of the general stock hreeders' assooiation ot the province ot Quebec, stated at the 34th annual Meeting 'here yes/erday that, the province ,holds'the first place among Biiaton, Mass.. Feb. IS-Kdward F. j^e-pVovlnces of� the Doiiiinlon for .the (�VariiM, a rMJ-elitate dealer, 6S ^eara �y., tad, was shot'early / ttiday. He .waa i'� ; flpuna by the police in ,the Backbay r^V Kiiutrlct, iia#ly,a-nilie awby. He refiis-'^^i.;^:':7��d to say boyear from across line, ^ tOROEN HONORED iC' . '',B'�aa.itmH, F�b. 12-Sir Robert Bor- ^' - ------priae intDlater ot Canada, has elected va chancellor and gover- reedlng ot Ayrsl^ire cattle and sixth pla^e for-Kolsteins. Hon.'J. E.-'Caron.-provincial'mlnlster^bt agriculture, said that the farms of Quebec were-short at least ten. thbusAd ' men aud he thdugUt *he.iovftrnment,'Should help solve this problem, libit. *-N. Garneau was .re-eTei.'te(l..presideal �u'd Ur. J. .^.j Couture.''secretary. 'HUN PEACE DEBATE ^ AXMINStERS 41/^x71/2 Regular $17.50 for $16.00 6ry4x9 keguiar $32.50 iFor.. $29.25 9x9 Regular $45.00 for .. $40.00 9xlOVi Regular $47:50 for. $42.50 9x12 Regular $52.50 for . .. $47.00 wiltonV , ' 4V2X7V2 Regular $27.00 for $24.00 6%x9 Regular $40.00 lor ... $36.00' 9x9 Regular $45.00 for . $40.0b 'xl0M: Regular $55.00 for .. $49.50 9x12 Regular $6S.00 for .. .$60.00 Cocoa Mats & Rugs> FOR oJ-TDOOR AND INOfaoR USE. ; ^ - 4!ix7!/2. Reo. $5.50. A OH Special................4*9W' 6x9. Re9Ular,$8.85. f "yi" Special ..... l.lD Natural cb^or with grech and brofn hordcj'.'A^Jabor'oa'ter diit--lug (he muddy. weathet*.'> Cocoa boor MaU - SpeVial. '-i.J::!^.. .v. .. 1.25 Size. 2; t-^**'1 'CA Special. 1,5U .Sire 3, ;' . \ 7C' Special .....|,..',... 'I'm I p Floor Coverings .and Linoleums * 'We htivo just received our new stock of Scotch- Kloci Coverings. Our range pi. patterns in Oilcloth, Printed and lululd Linoleums surpas.s -.iny-tying '�ve have ever had. Oilcloth from, 0er �* -iA lineal ya;d' ........ 1,�1U Linoleum, new proc-eis, per llneiil yard Inlaid Linoleum. �3,75,.'S4.00 and ..... 1.60 4.25 WKtc, Bedspreads Piftecu only,*White Bedspread's, ill attractive iliemgns and vri;' iiinrkahie v.iluo. Full O CA Wzu.'Special price.....OiOV � " , � ' ... � . . . .. � " ' v' ' ^ Pillow'Cases "\Va ''h.tve some beautiful extra fine-weave White Pillow Cases. Per pair ,.,......;...... i(550 Solid Mahogany Dining-. Toom Suite Sitlto consists'otbVfetycliliia cabinet, pedestal ' exlensioti UilitB with .^4 "lii'ch roiintj top, 1 arm � chair, C sUie.cti'airs anil h serving table. Reduced to> . It^ :^.f.. $358.00 Wm. & Mary pining Room Suite "Made of Bdlid'i]|iinnor saiwetl'oak and hus that old oak tliiisli.^whlcli will nbt'inar or scratch easily. .Suite coDsista.ltiif a l^rgetTpiible door china cab-iiict. niaESive^ buffdt; live leg'ext;en8iori table, 1 arm chair, aifdi!. leather seated chairs. /' $225.00, Reduced to . ^.. $175.00 DRESSING :T ABLE Two ojily, dresalng tables, one fn walnut and one in iiiaHbgauy, iRegular ?17.75 and $26.00. t O AA. Special'.y.....ij.....................ia.UU. $35.00 PEO COUCH, $25.00 An extcnsion'rbed' couch-twith wood anii and uphplstered bnck-'in greGn/ buwHli-you imi rattef wilii Caauurnts. '^^'Wi^yaur: Htomsch, liver and. 'laikltB you � miserable, . Take '-^'tafiiCht.; Piu an eo4 to th^ :;^^MttouMMr dfaatnens/ nei-l(kkvlll reply to President Wilson, Premier J^loyd Gunrge ^and Premier Orlando.' . � ..' FRENCH LOSSES '.|^ a^r-"''' � \ .. PaHs, Feb.,/13.-One vessel of more than l.iiOO tons and one ot less thaii that tannage were sunk by mine .or subinarine .dyrlng the week ,ended Keb-ruarj 9, while pne fIshing I'vessel was I deatriyad.. 0�� French merchant.mHu ' was unsueoessfaUy attacke'd. Biglii hundred untl. itlnety-twb V.eJsselB entered'Prenth port? during the week tind 841 vessels departed. � ' � ' � 'V JACOBEAN SUITE Regular>$95:00 for/^ . V . $80:00 A very nuul design,-vS0'i[i^nialibgany. 1 A AA ir choice foi......* iU.UU $1.85 HAt BACKS, 85c v T/f.t\ only. Gilt Krame Hut Hacks with it h/ii�i1 mirror. Both handy and useful; i'' i Iteduced to ... .J-, j..., .'v'  !-.'� ----�*....... Vniir choice of^aDyplctbt'eup to $2.25, 2b)iwr;iHALLRAcks Vumed oak andHfi�)'OtU�''Old English fliii.sii, Ht,ind�' u foul tlgh and havea bovelKd plate glass mirror, \n t^g^ l�x20.. Regular $20.00. Reduced to .';.......... IJ.jU .Another in gol^^fi.e^lm. Same qize and styje, ^J^Q QQ THREE SOubBAif^RAFTisCREENS Well made and nen.tjy fliilRhed, It), golden, fumed and old Hugllsh, R^giiiilai''�MiOOi, V ' ' 10 lAA Reduced to . .'/'...rt ;..........i CMy,, Three $ia.oi "i'our tor at 8Sc mm^m MAGAZINE RACKS .1 Mbving three shulves'imd paper bolder lii-m'uhuguny uniUl bid 'KhgllHh tliilKh. Ucguiar $7.75. i1 . 20x48. 'begulftE .$27,50, for .................. . I'v'vv CH^VAI-MIRROR In a eoldeu.oakfraino with 1'O'AA p'v41 BlBBs'l^guIar $18.85 for'....____,,.....' 1 fi.Uv,, ,. $3^150 EXTENSION TABLE FOR l$25.06 ^ A rSoiiil'^iluai'terQd oak extenalou table, extending lo S feel .on easy running gliders.,'". , OiC AA Redu�?d'to ..�..�;.;,!...,.,,'...;.....;.'.�,.,,.,'.,. 'A.J.VW, ,;A1.iQg.iletiIgn"'ttnd having t\; 44,'invUh aix foot '  extoi^Bfon.i Begulur'$28.85;, \. IJQ' OC  maweihio-."jilt:..... :'x:.^.'.J^PjO**'" BRj^^ BED; SPRINGS AlimMATTRES^^^^ A BflUiiro noHt brass bod) a-J^o-Sway coil flnrlng: and' ti IJIxlo. No Tuft-Ma'ltriBss. nogi\lar $108.65; ^.; gj^ ^0 � 3TEEiL BED SPRINGS ANP^]^ A full. t|lzod snow whito enamel hod,,a coppered wfre spfliigi'iipU ti comblnutton^uiattrasa. Regular aj $27.50, for*....................'............., AlttiO LIBRARYTABLE In ciuuilorod goldoU oak, having one drawer, and^two -ilioolKaholvcs ,011 euuh side.- . :,; t ^ Size 24 inches by 40 Inchea. lleBular �23.^,^ ;1R>'A0 .'Size'28 in'ches by 48 Inchea. Regular $32.50, '"^J^ QfQ ifor...............................^........ AIL FELT MATTRiESS In full sUu ouly..Uullt in.layei'8 of.pure.white oA aa folt. Rcgilliir $25,00; Special -.................. feU.WU V, BEDROOM SUITE. i ^ ; !(ylft iwhltp .enamel, Co'uipriBlUg boH, ilresaocjC.WffonJeri ' '.SiBLE Md TABLES H 1 No ,)|oitio Jk compioto ''wUhoiil ^iio of oui: fDf()ii)g. i;Hr<< tableB its thoy canbe foli^od ho neatly Unit they n ��{ tako up.no room, Special price ,\ Ual 3 KITCHEN CABINETS Somt* of the (eatures of our Idtchon cabinets. Metal (lour, bin and sifter; glasa tea and-coffee jam, nelt teedihic sugar bowl, glass- spice JaCsrextonnion tops, ttibtal-bi-oad and (julce b6x. Prices range from t /*A'AA $26,00 to ,,,,, .V, .. ..........OaeVV' BROS ;urni8|ijer8 ...., 'til Hull filock, 4337 ;