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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUA LETHBRItWK DATI.t WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1917 letbbrlfrge Derate Blbcrta "DAILY AND WEEKLY Rites: delivered, per .10 deilrerrd per year ......S5.00 Duly, by mall, per Weeiiy, mall, per year ......fl.59 Weekly, by mail, par year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torranee Baslr.rss Manager Dates of eipiry of suoscrlplions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- tnce of papers alter eiflratlon cur authority to conllnuo the c Ycur King and Country Need You Right Nowl PROGRESS OF THE WAR Iiy dint ot more severe iEotlng, lot- Canadians.have managed asaln to lure the electric station post south- west ot Lens, which they were forc- cd to relldulsh alter terrific tabling on Monday. The recapture of this pdslUon.e5ta.bllshes the Canadians In a post which occupies a very Import- int place In Ihe schema to nurroucd Lens, eiplalns tha terrific et- latls ol the Germans to hold It, and tha great losses they auslalned In the Tajn attempt to do to. The British naval squadron has been concentrating recently on bcmbanl- znenta of German naval bves on the Belgian coast, chiefly at Ostend. Tes- tirtay returning from a. raid Bri- tish vessels encountered sli Geraan destroyers. In the encounter tbat en- sued Ihe Drltlsh sunt one German de- ctrorer acd damaged another. The offensive oi the. Italian! It pro- ceeding asmlnst tbe AcsMans though wilt somewhat slower' prosress. "The- -Russians are' acilve'in'Persia, and .on front. The of depntlw his Insisted that peace terms. mus the return o't AisiceLorraJne to Frinee, aid the evacuation by'tie mans ot all occupied teYrilory. The registration of W miffioa men iiriiie 2: liable for active service In .tne European fanner chief pchool and. al[ one a Conservative candidate.. He Is a brother c( Sir Sim Wual he says Is undoubtedly the view held by all Conservatives who don't think narrowly, A LAST WORD ON THE ELECTIONS. Tumorrovr the- electors BO to Ibo polls to deoiJe in whose hsmls tber wlll place the destinies ot the pro- vince for the succeeding four yous. They will pay by their votes tomorrow whether they are silteBei with ihe manner la wMch the affairs of ibo prorlnce have bwn conducted In tne psst seven years, or whether they desire a change. The Herald Is Q-lle confident of the result If the electors ol the pro- vince consider the records of the two PICKED UP PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN paiUes In lie seven years they dare ceuis. been Ihe fovernmont and lue opposi- tion respectively. The legislative cord of the Liberals has bcea s Pele Mui-phy, oldest newsboy, died at Montreal Lteut. Nelson Konny. of AtUerley. Ont., bis been killn] In flrllon. Tba United Slates government ad- vanced another lo.Fiance. James Paler, a resident of North was arrested by tho provin- cial police and charged whh the at- tempted murder of bis wife. Tlie largest V.'lnnlpei dairy an- nounces an Increase In the price of mtlk from 10 cents per quart to The North Bnttleford schools will as to commeud Itself to all electors.] co matter vrlial their political lean- Jng's. The gorernntent has always Ehoirn Itself pirtlcularly BDIIOUS Ic icite for the beneQt of Ihe farmers, for they bate never lost sIsM of the fact that (be agricultural deielopmeat ot the province fa tha basts on which all future prosperity musl be founded. The government, too, has seen io it that living condi- tions In the province have been raised to a plane tbal will attract ne-w settl- ers. The liwa are well enforced. The will of -the people as regards prohi- bition of liquor has been carried1 out. The Tonen of Ibe province have been given the ballot that they might exert their influence In moulding future and tbe status generally of women has been raised to a plane enjoyed by the women of few 'states or provincea Jn North America. In admlnlsLraUon the .government hu eel lUelt lo trealo the most fav- orable possible, A tele- phone i jit em owned by tho people, end worth at least has IS lor an Indefinite period unless arrangements cau In the mean- time be made to fluauco them. Forty thousand truck drivers for United Stales overseas force la tho estimate of what will to required In plan to send a large army to Eur- ope. Tho U.S. war department has or- dored Into active service the ulno regiments of engineer corps that are to go to France lo work upon Ibe lines of communication. An Mtl-consttlpllon league formed al Winnipeg. P. A. Wilkinson, superintend- ent of Iho and Detroit [orry line Is dead.. Dr. Jases HuEsell, for many yeari medical superintended of Iho tou asylum, is dead. Dr. Holmes M. Jernegan. a widely known specialist In abdominal sur- gery, died al his home lu Boston, ated 11. W. n. Venda.ll. manager ot the Richard Wllcoi Canadian Company, llmtted, has been elected presldeul of Ihe London, Ont, Y.11.C.A. Lleul. Clarence Halllday, son of William Jlalllda.v, Cliesley, Onl., las been awarded tho Military Medal tor distinguished bravery on tha field of battle. Five men were tnslantly killed and nurb. damage done lo Xo. 6 mine ot the Canadian Collieries, Dunsmulr Limited, al Cumberland, D.C., terrific explosion. Capl. Ernest Morrow, who left with tho 151st battalion, anil who was one of the bexl known aud generally re- The death, liu. occurred ot Kev. Canos Jlonry Cogswell, of Chester cnthedml. England. was native ot Novt, Scotia and held the degree pt honorary doctor of divinity at Wludsor university. N.S. Maltte E. Homing, of rhllj- (lelphla. In nor will asked thai she should be burled at Luudab-. Ontario, and that tho mourners should be "given one day at Niagara Kails" at the eipeuse of the estate. For the firs! lime a Knight Com. minder of ILo UatL has been bestowed on a man from tha labor ranks In the ot David Jumps Shacklelou, ormerly n labor member of the houses if In connection with the announce- ment of the ilDE'a birthday honors, t Is learned that the first eaicttlng appolnlmenls to the new "Order of :ae British which were ex- pected to bo made on the king's birth- At a Urgely allcnded special meet- specled residents IB South Edmonton, 5 of the Orange county lodge of Tor- dted whllo overseas outo. A resolution vras unanimously adopted In favor of tdecUre conscrlp- tlOQ. While- notnlng deDnlta has been done and no arrangements announced, It Is expected tisl In the near future a new general hospital win Ije erected In Ottawa. Edward Mars, 75 years of and one of Ihe most widely known mer- chants of Middlesex county, dted at lA-can, Ont. Mh Mars for many years had been chairman of the high school An effort on the part of German Catholics to gel Into communication Veea barit and'belter Hirlce at (ho French Catholics on Ibe sub- less over a wider raoje of spuiely settled territory than Is the B private monopoly control! the 'telephone A definite ajatem or road building is followed oal, and Alberta Is the test trank ]ect of peace is revealed ID La Croix by Mgr. BandrlUatl, rector or the Catholic Institute In Paris. credited with NO NEED FOR COMMENT. the foHowirs leltar ap- peared In the Toronlo TVorlil: It Is to resetted that some pcll- Udana and some neirs papers continue In" .try Lo stir up party strife "dnring the war. I aa ConserrBllre, ftut I -am sorry to say that I think my Is more dtsserring of blame for .this condition (tan the other party. I hare" a high esteem lor Dr. tut I no aym- pithj- ntb aim ID bis zttack on Sir Wilfrid .Laorler, -when .he blames him tor the -recrniUDg dlstuibwicM IB .Qnbec. iMdtng men of bo Ih parties tare earned tHc graULuda of Lrnly triolic hi iheir throuBbout .the Dominion In favor ol .s'erTlce' tor our Empire and for tree- dom, I do not wish, to make com- parisons, but all unprejudiced men must admit (hit the' speeches ot Sir Wilfrid Laorfer, Hon. George Graham, '.Hon. Frank: OUTar and Dr. Michael Cltfk, MJV; haVe been as paLrioLlc- and as Inspiring as tie of other four members of the Do-. jnlnloii parUarnent. Ontario, Sir William' Hearst set a very high lor any maj to resell, but MrJ RoneU.has proved nlmselC to be. bli irorlJiy. mat a u an earnest; eloquent .ud patriotic .Canadian. Ho Veteran politician In Canada deserves higher honor tt_in Str'WllUam Mulocl for Jill iplendld patriotic work. Both Let deceit, and -work together to win the ;ww, i thai Sir -Wilfrid Lanrler (o act on the registration RAW IN IHE road system of any of Ihe prairie pro- In agriculture, Ihe depart- ment la close to tie people where t can and does exert a helpful in- iaenn. In every department the aim la to be the of the people and list spirit is appreciated. The manneyin which the depart- ments .ot lie government have ap- plied-their machinery lo of the returned soldier and help Mm fit himself back Inlo civil .life li an erampie of the way In which llifl g'ov-1 rnost'tivorable! A. J. BaUour scarcely ever reads a daily newspaper. ..-'Two secretaries prepare a kind of news summary for tilm QTCry morning and he peruses that at the first free moineaL The various Socialist organltallona tn Toronto fntend to form n perman- ent committee to. Dsbt conscription, crcn II It be made the law ol the land. The committee Is to be a nucleus ol a national organization. A number a! children In Franca arc belug-named after the Canadian prime minister. Sir Robert Bordcn, a nurse, writes to the South of Relief association directors at Montreal. Arrangements are Just belnf com plcled by three women, a mother and daughter And a lady. friend, to travel by cycle from Van-.1 couver to Tla Junoa, Mexico. Tney will 'take camulng outfits with them and anticipate reaching their destina- tion about Christmas time. The same trip was made Iwo years ago by Hugh Sprlght. a Vancouver cyclist, and a log made up by 'him on the journey will be used by the ladies as d guide. day, mil appear In a Four fourth year medlca.1 students at tho University of Toronto will Join he Urltlsli navy as cub-surgeons. They aro Messrs. B. Johnston, 11. S. LUIlo, II. 1. 1'almer and 11. 1. Qulnn. Tcey ivlll serrn In the nary jintll Ihe close of the war. Capt. Oeorge D. Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Hunt, of Winni- peg, Is now In horpltal, baring lost Ihrco toes aud n portion of his 'ool. Ho Kill be lame for life. Capt. Hunt, previous to enlistment, was news editor of the Edmonton Bulletin. Word has been received that Flight Mont. J. P. youngest son of G. White, a prominent business man of Winnipeg, waa killed when hl> machine, during an aerial engage- ment orer tbe battle line In France, fell behind the German lines. That prices at which coal and are being sold In Canada Are fair and reasonable and without undue proQl, ana tho outstanding conclusions of Ihe Clro'i cafe, once the most notorious club lo London, when It waa he home ot racduio dancing and tier drinking, has beeu re-opened aa he York cub. Entertainments will (Iron dally for tUe beiic-Ol of all ucn In unUorm who will be permuted a bring their friends. Tea aud other oft drJnVs will served. The city council ot St. Andrew's, icollaud, 'recently passed an onKii- uco thai all St. Andrew's caddies must be at least M yeara a! age. 11 'i a war regulation, as tho. meinUers I Ihe council believe that men under bat ago can give belter service to lieu- country than by currying a golf bar around the famous course. Atlorney-aMernl J. VV. do D. Karris, ppolnled to Uul portfolio on the re- Irement of M. A. Macdonald from the irewator .cabinet following the MU ngs ou the Cowper charges, la lo an opponent lu ti. M. N. Woods, life lung Liberal, who was Cowper'a ounscl In Ihe recent enquiry. The outosl will be brtef but lively. The FolloTlng decorations conferred n Canadian corps officers by allied owera havo been gazetted: Crolx do roaunandar, sir Jullen Dyug, com- do Officer, Urlg.-Gen. luntley Kelchen and Lt.-Col. Thomna Tremblay; CroU du Chevalier. iurgeon-General Fiset, Major Arthur Jubuc and ilajor Leo Tafieche. voluminous reports made by W. F. O'Connor, K.C., commissioner, ID gard to the cost of Hrlng. They1 are loon to be made public. Strayed near Cardston, a pair of country kids. In all districts adjacent 'to Le'th- bridge the crops have.made splendid growing progress during the week, and at this rate will be aa advanced as last year by Ihe end of past well Most people respect him move because hs did so. Too much haul' nboul Quebec. The reason Quebec has not done belter Is tiai.we hjye nol had selective con- the beginning of the Tle're Is only one Iriily derdo- ,.for.wising an army, system' thai is Just to all the j people and lo the connlry, and Ibal Is conscrlpllon. Conacrlpllon li Ihe only decent system even for .tbe.sake of our yoaog men who object .10 erjIlBlmcnt-' Our country commits a crime against Ihn hundreds of Ihoii- iands'of such men still la Canada by lo grow up as degen- unconscious ol their duty to flod and man.'. 1 do not believe Ihe people of Que- bec would have oblectcd- seriously to conscription when war began, nor dw l.lilnk Ihey v.onld do EO now. Even if a few misguided, youlhi illd.unie .Weal disturbances, they could do Illtlo people of their own ecmmiiiiUei would deal speedily .wllh EUch young men. :'.'AH selecUve conscription, as recom- :'ibeoded by John Godfrey Jong.ago, :.irire -put fn-force loday, everyone inrald to glad In a month, because ttt the aheolute justice of has been made dil Qwtec ihonlct be left out, If con- icrfptron. Is simply a frost, lliraH Frencn-Ctnadlans, Unlled Slates, all r' tfinwriptlon. Canarla tet In line, and do It now. HUOHE3. ernment -riewa dnty to the people and of the manner in which they stajid ready to cany out lhat duty. Dri the' other hand, the opposition In. Ihis campaign has shown itself to be'a. band or opportanists, UJrsly for power and ready to fa any lengths lo get It. Tbey nave misled tha people on every turn hy the statement lhat AlberU'j soldiers have been disfran- chised. They have used Ihe 'alien- enemy rote cry to picludlce electors In aplts of ths tact that tie dlsfran- of alien la wholly within the jurlsdlcLiou ot the federal governnient. They have repealed the bid charges and Insinuations against th'e government without a shadow ot proof. They havo blackguarded the- women woo. have expressed them selves as In favor of lue government that gave them the-vote, and-have then gone around the comer pleading for the.votes ot Ihe women because Conservatives thought of wo- men's franchise firsl." Edward Wchener has been In lia legislature aa leader of Ihe opposition tor two termi. In that lime, who can say that he has shown any nalura or acquired ability to guide the pro yince of Alberta through (he sires) ot the neiL four yeara which pj-omisj lo be Ihe-most Imporlanl In the his lory pi Canada. Mr. lllchencr's Blales enda at calling false charge against the government and then d mandlng royal commissions to invest gate. Premier Slfton'fi management of Ih affairs of Ihe province has been san and practical, wllh tho Idea ot creal Ing Ihe best condlllons possible nude which the people of Alberta may live with the resources at his contro yticrti electors will be'well advise lo let Slftoil and his government Cuf llnue the good work they are BO abl performing. Bo.long Fremlor Borden keepi Hon. Robert Rogers (n his cablne Just BO long Is a voto for any Con servaiivs candidate a vote for Ih Rogers, minister of election stands for. Albertans will keep tha fact before on Thursday. Mayor Hardle Is Ijitk from Mon real and crpreg.ics the belief lhal rao Canadians are ID favor of a. war gov crDBient, comjiosed of Ihe best me who can be secured to guide the cou: try In this Irylng time. Wo bellei he has caught the spirit of Ihc con Tojoato'l Uf ti a whole, CARDSTON. Cardston, June followed ne after another the forepart of the eek and retarded farEip's operal- ns, however, a good deal ol plowing as going on despite- the storms, ome little seeding was done ibs the week, but it will lake this omlng week wllh good weather lo see tie pals all in and the next one to irilsh Ihe barley. Some losses are reported among the imbs from last Tuesday's storm. The early sown wheat Is making growth and the grass Is shoot- ing forward storms or not. MACLEOD Macleod, June past week as been all lhat could be desired for 10 crops in Iho Macleod dlstricl. Two r three llghl showers of rain to re- resh the plants just' lip or coming lirough the ground, has given a new re to the crops. Cool nights are now ounled as a thing ol the past, 11 Is counted as favorable for plenty tie coming winter. -Fanners who were unable lo market their grain arly in the spring, are now busy laullng lo Ihe elevalors. Most ol hem eay the price Is not so high, rat It Is good. All Ihe trails that were cut up during the. wet weather are now being worn smoolh and all ay they vrlll be smooth after June 7. IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, June far as the crops ot Iron Springs are concerned here. Is absolutely no complaint to be made by anyone. The rain coming al .he tlmo It did has brought the crops .0 a desirable stage; even tho wheat sown In the Btubble la showing fresh and green. The paalure also Is mak- ing rapid growth. A number of form- ers are'cowlng flax, much ot which Is yel lo be sown. Practically all Ihe oats are now In. COALDALE Coaldale, Jute most ol the seeding Is completed In (his district, although a few will bo seeding for the neit week or len days. A num- ber of farmers arc already Irrigating their .alfalfa and oilier hay lands. A good many of our new aclllers have been seeding (lax on spring breaking, und will conllnuo lo do .10 as long practicable, when their cntrgleB will then be directed to breaking land for rieil year's crop. Everything Is growing as well aa could be desired. The tew cold days we get occsnlin- allyore not without Ihelr valuo. There wcro frosts a couple of nights this week, bul lol t'evere' enough to do any damage. GRASSY LAKE. [.else, June have ex- cellent growing weather wllh occas- ional showers which give sufficient moisture end keeps'the air cool, MonT day uiiu Tuesday-nfghls .there were frosts heavy enough lo freeze lender garden stuffs and sorno flax was touched, bul the wheat stood It nicely. The cool wave WES occasioned hy the alight snowfall west of Tabor. A light dash of liall Saturday night wan followed by a nice shower o( rain. The weight of Ihc rain falling mostly wat and aoulh ot town, Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all klncs of repair work on eUher steam or gai Only high class work leaves our thop, and we will quote you that' are right. NIVEN BROS. 216 First AVI. 8. Phone 1732 DRAYING tr IIM Turner Wflct at Heimn's Aiiio Livery M Hulr tVrvlM Drlvtri PhOM 1112 DallM Hotel A blx Six CjVtter 1- caj. One ol text and comlortabu cu> li Uty to ride to. COUNTRY PREFERRED RxMtra PhoiM I Day or PIHM, Palaot ut it Strayed near a pair of country kids. WE CARRY. A FULL LINE OF Repairs for All Makes of Engines. Our plant Is equipped flltt up-lo-data macblnpry and our men are Iborouchly competeat to handle any irork on an? kind of machliiery. ORINDER8 AND PUMPS We maDnfactnre and bare for tale Roller end IMalo Grlatlcn and Deep Well Pumps. G. KISCHEL LeiaM of tie Lelbbrldco Irca Worka. DRAYING O! All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Fnlght PHONES Wflc............ HO Stable. AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldgc, Albcrti We knew country tfur ougnly. We have hid the li paid lor. TRY US. Phone 1206 IF YOU HAVE THE CASH AND WANT AN INVESTMENT WHICH IS NOT A SPECULATION I. HAVE THE PROPOSITION YOU NEED Will guarantee 12 i'j 18 per cer.t backed by ample collateral aecurltrea. Let me tell you about IL L. A. FELGER R 411 BOK 940 WHEAT MOWS THE TIME TO .BUY GOOD FARM LAND. Farmers In the Weat the pasl Iwo prices al and per bushel have for Ihelr laima cut or one crop. "What may they ool wheat and all farm produce at Ihelr present prices? We hare some ezcellent properties belonging lo Trust Eatale.v under our care which will appeal lo the larmcr and Investor, and which most be realized upon. l SEND FOR LIST. .THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO. (Head Office Winnipeg) Alberta Branch, Macleod Sleek, Edmonton, or write to Francli Njll Alberta Block, Ltthbrlrfge. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements To be Hew on Fred Clark's Farm, N. W. yh -Sec. 5, Rge. 17, 5 miles east of New Dayton ON THURSDAY, JUNE 14TH AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP 1 matched. team black mares, 8 ycara olJ, weight 3000 Ibs.; 1 matched team of mares, bar In color, agea C and S years, weight 2700 lus.; 1 black mare, t years old, weight 1300 Ibs.; I brown marc, 7 years old and fott wclghl aboul 1100 Ihs.; 1 black mare and years old, weight. llOOr Ibs.; 1 black gcldliig, 4 years old, HOO lira.; 1 bay mira, t buckskin horee, 3 yearn old, 1100 1 Jrrer mure, 2 years .old; 1 grey horse, 2 years 6lrl. '.-v; lambcr wagon find box; 1 hrcsking cart; 1 binder. Peering irfake; 1 eel o( double driving harness, MRS. HAZEL CLAWSOH, frtfrlftrnt A. SMITH, Auctioneer UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF...... Farm Stock, Implements Household Goods ON TUESDAY, JUNE 12th At tt o'clock sharp, on Rge. North of'' KTpp, the following; 20 and geldings from i to 6 years old, weighing 1300 to broke; 1 aged .Clydesdale B union; 1 milk cow and calf; 75 chickens. S-foot binders; 1 mowing machine, 1 horse hay rake; 2 4 horse disc drllln; 2 twin plows; 2 walking plowi; l[ set 4-sectioirlever harrows; 1 surface packer, 16 feet; 1 democnl; 1 single buggt; 10 sets of Double learn harness, nearly new; 2 lets elngl? harness; wagon and water tank; 9 Lumber wagons, nearly new; 5 grain tanfcg, nearly new; S bundle racks; i cook car aad truck; 1 pnmp aud I hunTi house and truck; 5 gasoline 1. threshing oullil, KalrLanKB-Morse engine, atze SOiSO, 1 Declter separator, 30iGO In good repair, only used one a quantity of lumber, 40 rolls of pjtga wire, forks, sborelj, gome jolatoea and other artlclca. HOUSEHOLD Iron beda eonplete with iprlnga.and. mattresses; 4 window curtains; S wJndow 1 sideboard; 2 dressers; 2 com odea; 1 sanitary couch; 1 trmiiire cool; ranee, nearly 6 hole; 1 cook stove, 4 hole; I heating BloTe; 1 washing machine; 12 chairs; 2 rockers; 1 wicker rocker; 1 dining room table; 1 largo kitchen table; 1 toilet set; 1 tola; complete outfit of dishes lor B. number of hcmse tithes, cooking utensils, a number oC pictures, and a large amonat oil- cloth fir good ahnpe, Everything Must be Sold the Proprietor haa Aold hfi firm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON sumi of and under Caih. Over that amount, alx months' credit, on furndhlng approved Joint notei with Five per cent, fiff for cash on all credit amounU- BEN WHITNEY, Proprietor J. A. Auctioneer E. ENGLISH, Clerk UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE or Farm Stock, Implement's, Household Goods and Contents of General Store AT ONE O'CLOCK On Saturday, June 9th At George Slefankk'a Store, B.C. Lota (.9-10-11, Diamond City -1 frame house, 21-30, IS led high; 1 kitchen', U-24; 1 oilier apartment, 20x22; 1 other small house, 12x18; I aback, .1 robins; Ishack, 10x12; 1 Kmnll barn, 15i2l, 13 feet high; 1 16i36; 1 then, 10x16; 1 chicken house, Sil2. HOB8E3 AND mare, 9 years old, 1 horse, 7 years oM, 1600 Iba.; 1 horse, 8 years old, 1200 Itn.; 1 cow, 4 years old, fresh; 1 cows, 3 yeara fresh; 1 bW. lumber wagon; 1 delivery mgoui'l double learn'harncai, now; i let ol double team work hiraeu; 1 act o< single harness. GO chickens; 50 pigeons; 14 darts, HOUSEHOLD 3 double sprinfr and complete; single beds, spring lAaltrns complete; 1 cook range, 6-liole; 2 healing kltcaen ilore; 1 laundry eloye, 4 CONTENTS OF washing powder, baking pawder, bluing, rabloa, chicory, maUhes, root hcer, liquid lemon juice, slioo polish, chow chow, Fnlry aoap, coffee, tea, Ball Dnrhin, tobacco, OW Chum, Shamrock lobacco, cigars, .gum, tnuff, (Irlcd npplca, E.ill, corks, lard and n quantity bt. all' klndfl of goods, noft drlnlts, elder, 2- ccni. rolled onts, flour, potatoes, whlto brown, angar, com flow, blsculU, csrbldc (or motors, carbide lamps, ortr- fhoeti for men and children, urderwetr, working ahlrls, Snndar shirts, rackets, overalls, glorei of inr deicrlpUon, liocklntiii, arm bands, (bread, combs, hair nlns, hose tharlng brashes, cuff hutlons, needles, slalr carpet, brooml, blank'' eta, fttrrjng vinegar, a number of other Articles (M numerous1 (o mcnMon. 1 larjfo Victor Safe, wefghl abont 800 Jbs, CASH GEORGE STEFANICK, proprWor j. A. SMITH, ;