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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .MARCH U, 1911 TUB LKTH BRIDGE DAILY HKliALD PAGE FIVE Wall Covering Makes Favorable Impression First Appearance In Lethbridge II Modern Ideal in Wall Covering, Sanitary, Washable, Disinfectant, Beautiful and Inexpensive. We rAa.ll S }iave been aye -10 secure the Agency for this famaus preparation for Southern Alberta. Those who have already investigated say that Hall's Distemper is "just the thing" to use in decorating any building. It pleases because it is durable, destroys all disease is bright, and cheerful and can be made to harmonize with the pictures and furnishings of any room. Read What Two Leading Architects Say "1 have used Hall's Distniupcir extensively during Some Reasons Why You Should Use Hall's Distemper in Decorat- ing Your Home It thoroughly disinfects wall surfaces, instantly destroying all disease germs and insect life. It sels hard as cement and combines with the wall to give a surface, of velvety finish and great durability. ;It does not flake ulf. It may he spring-cleaned by lightly slumping with warm water (hree weeks after application. It costs less (han'paint. II is beautiful and can be had in colors that will har- monize with any surroundings. llie past 14 years and consider ii to if not much better tlinn ho used for the purpose." E.E. Carver, Architect. ''Wo liavc .-used Hall's' Dislempei' in preference lo any similar prcptiraiion'oit niarkel.. Jt hcing so widely known we have womlorod why it lias hitherto been dillieiilt to obtaiji it liorc.'1 M. M. and W. A. Architects. A Few Samples of the Buildings That are Decorated With Hall's Distemper Buckingham Palace. SI. James'Palace. The National Gallery, The War Office, The Admiralty, The, British Museum. Dr. Blow's Theatre, Calgary, Alberta, houghed! Building, Calgary, Alberta. O'Hullivan Building, Calgary, Alberta. Isi.s Theatre, Calgary, Alberta. University, Edmonton, Alberta. Court House, Vancouver, B. C. Hall's Distemper recently gained the unique distinction of Winning Foiir Gold-Medals within a period of'twelve months, at (he Brussels, Anglo-Mapancse, Ayres ExrilbitUms, and at the Festival.of Empire. and Buenos We can supply Out-of-Town Painters and Dealers. Write for Information and Booklets. If you contemplate decorating your home, investigate Hall's Distemper. It is just the thing. Ground Floor Sherlock 'Building. The Decorators Etc. Sole for Southern Alberta WELLINGTON BROS. Street South WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -'X7 v: To think of arranging passage for your irlends and rotations In The Old Country whom you c.Tpecl to bring'out hi the spriup You cau secure their tickets here and all arrangements will lie rr.ado for their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE For information, rates, etc.. apply to any steamship- or rail- way agent, or H, E. L1DMAN, General Agent 349 Main Street, Winnipeg Mr. It- K. Bouthby of Port Hope, has received-the appointment Ks clerk in tJit Custom office. s -i LOCAL CONTRATORS. MAY BID Final '.Subway Plans Received and Tenders WiM be Called Shortly Plans -for the new subway at Thir- teenth slrces. are now in the office ol Commissioner anil after the ders are railed, local contractors are at liberty lo see them, so that tiiey may be in n better position to tender bids. The city Is given tbe1 right lo fclii, but Commissioner Grace thinks that the city should vdthdran. in favor of local contractors, espec-1 ially as the department of Public I Works ting not sufficient equipment- to go alieail-willi the work. The maximum grade, as fihown on the plans, Js 3.5, -which considered an easy alone. Tbe Calgary suhways .are graded at 6 por cent., while the subway at. Thirteenth street has three-grades-at 3 per cent, anil otily one at 3.5- District Court! Docket Next Week Tln'nlc of. I ho Cnmpnny.lioliiiKr tlio anv and you'll Wiilizo Fonls and OpviTiimoul boiuls arn.boujrlil wHli assrirancc. Slroiigcst (innncially d-wi do in scope- Inrgcsl in volunu- of oufjiul. build our rcpulation inlo llio, car. u ;i Ford. Six Jiimdrei) dollars la tfio pricn ot liic Kord run.ibout; tlio touring car ah" fifty; the (own car nine f. o. b. coinplclo ivlili ctinlpmcnl. calalog. anil particulars from VJKTUIi J5HOS. 1232 3rd Avenue Lethbridge FoloHlng Is the full list of cases be triec! In the Ulslrlct Court Mis Honor Judge Jackson next Tues- day. Tlio interpleader .ease of thc BanI; of Montreal Is n muFt complex and interesting one, nearly all of thc legal lights in the city partkljvuing. The interpleader order was granted to Sheriff Young, who seized cerMin goods and chattels claimed by Cully a dozen parties. Large Debt' j Me Vicar vs. lluclianan, Conybearc ft Co., Johnstons Httchle; J. B. Turney ft Co. vs. Town of Carman say. Shepherd Co., A. B. HOSE: I West, Can.. Lmbr. Co. vs. Douglas, Shephcril ft Co., E. A. Ihmnar: Way hin vs. Johnson, MncKenzie Men- 7 e, Palmer fc Co.; Can. Coal ft CofcR Co. vs. Riverside Fuel Co., MacKen- 7ie ft Alcnzlp. E. Colemnti; Bank of Montreal et al vs. Diko ft Dike, Inter pleader, Smalf Debt Stephens et al vs. Rygg Bros., S.! Hall, in person; Lctliliridge Iron vs. Audelte, Conybearo ft W. llrlUnTn vs. Wright, Cojiyb'carc ft Palmcr'Jt .Co.; Pru-i Life Insuranrc Co. vsv. en holm. Conyliparr. ft Co., in person; Kramer, Mac- Kenzie ft Menzie. hi person: llamiaj1 vs. McQuire. Conyheare fc ('o.. Palmer Co.; OrAdy et nl vs. Held. ShcpherO" ft Ditnlon is. H. Mnrek vs. Capntn, ,S. Ball, in T'Oison; Hicli- Selil Co. vs. Crofts, In porfon, Talrn or ft Co.: Saddlery Co. vs. .lon.if, Conybcare ft Co., C. M.; J. B. Ttirney ft Co. vs, Kerr, Workmen's Compensation i n vs. Co, Conybcnro t Co.: Hen- s. [.ctlibrldjw Collleritf. Co.: vt. IMMl. Cn.. n, Wnlkcr; vs. C'.IMi., I'alracr k Co., (I. A. Walk er; Oilaretiuk vs.' C.l'.H., rainier fi Co., O A Walker AND MASTER IS'FINEO FOR LETTING 25 THEM DROWN London, March I'acticulars of a sudden iaiil by ilcarlv Mecca pilgrims on a British ulikli. resulted iii-lhc breaking down of thc Kaiifiway ami "the tleMh of 25 o- the- intruders, were in the liearins of n tzw at, llristol against "Captain (Icorpe Arthur, master 0( the sleainsliip N'ith, who fined ii30 i'3n fusts. 'cir- cimibtamcS. -.V.. -The Hrisjoj1 was iti- stitulnl by, Ihe .hoaid oMrcidjv and Captain Arthur ivas chargrd go-- Jt inj; to sfa wiihoiil acinquate liic-snv-j ir.g apptiaiiws. THE soli-j citor statcil that at Hey rout heUvecn' COO acrt l-.Ofli) Morrocoan pilgrims from Mpcon swarnml on to thc ves-' scl and hrokc.ilown the gangway.1 Twenty-five of 'thrir Mimber fell into thc water, and were drowned. Those who got ou tlic vessel lighted rhar-'. coal fires in and ignited the, ship, hut tliC engineers prevented ai corjflazration. i There was inadequate fond for voyage, nml the pilgrims praclicalLy took possession of thc sliip, acd sistcd that the injster should make j lor the neatest land. The ship put in-- tti Malta, where the. -pilgrims UPLC transferred to an American lir.ef taken to Tangier. The was not vessel, and had Loafs for j fiS persons (inly. .The British re-1 fused to sail in her, and were sent by another route. A Kmftff fat ccrnh. Dretnol -jpjenV.- A tirallrf-xfr. erly. ard (ivfiflsriek tMalij. A ilcte li'5- Jiuy Sbibb (oreoyfihintdteUi, i -To Farmers, Contractors, Etc. Fpr all kinds of Help Telephone J. HARRIS C. P. R. AND GENERAL EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Begin Block, LelhbrEdge. Phone M12 P. 0. Box 531 WE GIVE ALL ORDERS PERSONAL CAREFUL ATTENTION BAILIFFS SALE In the matter of Seiwiro miller Mor.txnges anil under Distress for rent, E. B. Freeman, Landlord and Mortgagee, p.ml Canadian Uiiuk of Commerce, iltmeasec. E. 3. Cook, tenant and Mortgagor, i will soil By Public Auction At.--'SO'in Ihe afternoon oti Saturday, March 21, 1914 At larm of K. Copli, six miles sonlti cabt of City, Section 30-8-20, Uio Ouo Day fielding seven years old, weight 1250 Ibs. One Elay (Jfldlng, eight years old, weight 1250 lof. One Hay Gelding, eight years old, weight 1100 Ibs. One Brown Mare, eight years old, woignt HOO Its. Four three-year-old Heifer.s, nbout four toas Potatoes, Cbitk- cnp. Ducks, line of Implements, etc. 35 Drood So-xs; 150'Pigs. TKIIMS OASJI. Dited at Jjcthbridgei Alberta, tliisHentii day ol March, 1914. T. J. I'almcv derson I'ahncr rainier BURGLARS MAKE BIO HAUL IN CHICAGO Chicago, III.. March arnW lulrilars, alter seizing anil binding MITCQ emiitoyees. Mew open tlici safe of the Hiutman Company nt Ml'i Wenlwnrlli avenue today, anil .pscnped ivltli 415.000 and J j of money orders. AUCTION SALE Of Horses and Cattle TO BE HELD AT FARMERS' FEED BARM. LETHBRIDGE, ON Tuesday, March 17, 1914 ..............HORSES, A3 FOLLOWS: 1 negislcrcd Clj-ilcsilale Slallion. 7 years old. "O.ali Xo. H307. 1 Marc. cIleiliTo for .cirfj by "ase.d .-5 Or.idc Slallioa....! 1 Urarto Slallion 7 I Marc 1 Mure 1 Marc 1 (cam OeliHngs. ...4 i'leain Uclillngs 0 I Ocldtiigs----S Yrs. OM HIE. 1800 1500 leAlu t team I teams iiiarPs..C A 7 1 team Ma res. '.S 2 Marcs ..2 2 2 Marcs 1 SartJlc 1'onfei 4 lo r; Yrs. llis. 2SOO 3000 2SOn HARNESS'AND WAGONS CHOICE DAIRY COWS Of the Shorthorn and Ayrshire Breed '20 C'on's-diie lo'calvp shortly. H llclfer'a due to calve shortly, Con wllli (ffcsb.) TERMS CASH JAS. AIRO-Clerk, J, A, UNRESERVED Auction Sale ON Thurs.j March 19 AT I O'CLOCK AT The S. W. 'I vrtsl of 4th, near Crystal Lake, 7 northeast of Lethbridge: Bred JO Hrcori Sows, due lo farrow In March, April And May. 3 Pure liretl Tnniworths, one Tamworlh Uoar, 2 Puro Yorhsblre Sows, 3 UcrksSilre 3 Bertsbire Tloars.1 The rest are Grade Yorkshires 30 Shoals, IR-O mouths old, 1 Iirown Horse, weight 1100 pounds. J hlRfb nelding rising 3 years ohl, weight 1SOO pounds; fi gocnJ horse, broken to harness, I bay Gelding, rising 3 years.-.TVeiglil lloO; broken to harness. brown OOdlnR, rising a old. 3 nilies rlEing 2 old, nO bushels good Sect] Wheat grown on I slack Green Uartey fjhraves, S tons AlfnUn Hay In slatk. '0 I iinot As I am moving to another farm by car, this stock must sums ?10.0ii ard undir cash; over that amount 7 months' credit .On furnishing approved joint notes or bankable raper Intercsl a[ S per "cent. Or S per rent, oft all credit amounts (or casti, IRVINE J. A, ;