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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE uminmnoB DAILY TCRSLUY, MAKC1, 1917 GERMANS REPULSED rcirogrod. Mar. 27, via Ixsn- dou. Attacks by Goriaan troops on Lhu Russian line along Sluira, In Uio Harano- vlchl region, southeast of VII- na, wore at first unsuccess- ful, llic war office announced ioday. FARM LABOR L. Hsrlnian, provincial government agent (Dept. of Ag- riculture) for the distribution oT larm labor in the Lelhbridge District has Uken offices in the Board of Trade building, Ltth- bridge. Office Hours: 5. FarniiM's licMiuiring- Help Should get tn touch with Mr. Hartman at once and Farm Requiring work will be directed if Ihey will call at the office. ProsjH'cUve I Ionic seekers also receive information re- garding available homesteads in thje, province and be supplied with maps, literature, rates, etc., by Mr. Hartman. amm THE c. PJR. us tuny-1 WOMAN'S POLITICAL. STATUS Woiuuir'iriust u'o' crifiaaclilsed. It In n in pro question ul ttmc. Shu must ho a slave or nu llicvo Is no mlildlo RiounJ, T. Illggln.s'on. Toronto, March ?C Camdmn ftilwiiys have issued new invlffs pro-1 vtdlng for a general Iticivase lit class and I'ouiinoJlly freights by rail a nil amounting -.0 20 uer cent, These ImTCiiFOs, It ts stated, become cffecllve on April '1 :iml Ayrll 23. 3 tiling Jjus Ijoen said in a public way H bo Lit The now schedules ViliU'h have been Uy iho rail- ways ami ilie shUniiug .'ncm'sls of the t'ouiitry liavo only linle more ilian n 'ivec-k in which lo smdy tlie-Mievv' tar- iffs ;uul make llielr protests if they care to do so The iicopte ot the should be interested in uf the of ihe Dominion Winnipeg Free Press says this aficr- noou, ''U was with liille sliort of con- tlinl the snippers of west- or n Camilla learn that the Cauailiftti rrtilwayd liavo issued new iariffs pro- viding for n general IIMTMEQ in freight from the oast. "No oillclat notllicdllon hos Leon ro-j i-eivoil by the shivers In tlic west j Uiis Liihaiu'0 lu rales was .can-' lemt'J.-itfJ, ;ind, fven ypt no Infornni-1 tiou tomes Iv.ind Unit liicy huvc been decided on, There was> a rumor L'urreni several-days ago tlml same atlvaurf In raits ivas under considera- tion ami at that time a special niecl- diant Hall, vice president und ecu- oral malinger uf western lines of the C. P. It. imsspd through lite dty tuts morning an Ills M'ay (o the coast. Jlo raihvny board in ihe wo.-Uern rates i UY wamifaciiirpra' aasooiation casp iftroc yeava ago, onlc-riug a n-- n, lhu held (o discuss tlio REPAIRED We are equipped with up to date machinery and have the expert workmen to do high grade work on all kinds ol re- pairs to gas or steam engines. your engine overhauled and put in good shape early. repair all kinds of machin- ery.' Our deep well pump is built for conditions in Alberta, Set it, G. KISCIIEL Leate .of The Lethbridge Iron duction hi ilHss rrtte.-i frou: ihe lioud of ihe lo points hi Suskuieli- C'.van ami Alberta. Tiie increases hi flaps rates to Ijei-oinr- affective on Ayrll '2, arc outlined as fuJ ION'S: have hcen Issued by ibe i ail- ways inc reusing tlie class rates to Port Tort Artlmr ainl We si- fort as fuUows: 1 2 :l J 5 10 I) 7 U 5 Cents par hundred iKiiinils. These hiLrrases to jnply from all points oast thereof. Tariff No. '2t rail ouJ water to be effective April 23. has beon by llcorge C. Hansom, ctiiiiriuau, Canad- ian Freight Monlrc'ul, ad- vancing the rates as follows: From all points oast of ihe lakes to all points wesl of Port Arthur: 1 2 3 J A 63332' C.ents jer hundml pOUTldS. U has boon fnUmateit that it is (Lu intention later" on to Increase all "all rail" points vvesl of Fort William and Porl Arthur and thus msinlalu ihe present difiVrence between "all rail" and "lake QDI! ratt" races. Advice lias been lhat herenftor aH larina lo points west ol ilic lakes will ho Issued by George C. Tlansoni, chair- man, Canadian Frefghl assoctatiou, oti lebsJf of all of liie rsilways, Consternation Reigns. .Man., March 27. The wfls nccoin pa ii )ij- u'ostorn rln (fiKli lit of tlio Mer- chants' lljiiik, and Goi Siijil, Cameron of the Albertu district of Iho C'. K 11. Siij't. f'ollciett accompanied Die parly lo Crows' Nest, The vlcn president arrlvod lU three o'clock this moruliig leavhn; 10.30 for Mi. Hall Id on Ids auiiunl sprint lour ol western lEiu's. looking over iho aiinngouioiUs which huvu liecn for now construction :iml malntc-nai dining (lie year. yeur Iho JH: iDjiancp problem threatens to be one will tic hard lo solve ou rtccouul ui alter, Inn. for lack of any definite ou what the railway couiimniesltlf or lauor. wore uruiiosiiiR the meeting hail lo ad journ. J" Ilic wesH'ni were concerned, bad ijreu definitely setlled by ihe irvighi rates deL'ision given by railway eocirt iigo. So uiut'h was cral coulraciora Imve been conducting I'rosfdcut ..Mrtrnufli. ot" the Hoard of Trailr, sppni .some limo wllh Vice uuo of llio out iho JolnL Council of CoLiuiiiTce run) Agri- culture. Vice Preatdeul Mall Is going' imo ihrcc Vcaratto COLIS1' nml llien his iis co lliftt aes--i eilBl-or11 lflP which Iio iiiiirto m a L conucng II10IV, Je'surely fashion. It Jj umlrr iheiv buaiucsa on Iho basis (hat there visJt LctlibriOse agalr would be no change lu Hie rate.s or m a fortnight when he- wll frelghl. Now, however, ibe announcement ol Increases, there will Le advances amounting in sonic cases lo as mucli as I'O per ceiit." some limi? division. a lour of. tliis ICK, era Save Your Hair! Douljfc Ms Beauty Jn a This'. If yon care.for heavy hatr, thai elisions with beauty untl in rail I a ul n'Hh llfo; lias an Incoinp-trablo soil- ness and Is fluffy mid lustrous, try llanJerhu1. JiLBt one a p pi feat foil doublos ttie ueiiuty of your liafr, IjesWes It luimcil- tately illssolves every iwrticlo of dan- druff- you laniiot have nlee, heavy, healthy hair if you bave liaudruff. This destructive scurf rolis MIC linlt Its lustre, slrenyll' Its very lift1, unJ if not oyureonic1 it (irotluces a aiitl itching of the scalp; the luir roots fmulsh, loosen and die; (lint (lie huir out fas I. JT your Jialr Ims liecn neglected ;uid Is thin, failed, dry, scraggy or too o get a L'ij cent lioltlc of Knowllun's Uamioriiu' al any Jruy slore or toilet counter; apply Jlttlo as directcil nml len minutes after you will say thl-i vus th'o 'hcst you cvor loiule. We shicorely believe, of pveryihhis else advertised, that If you do-sivo'sofi, lustrous, heautlful hair auO lots-of t Itching Kenlp and no more falling must use Ktioivlton's Dantlerdie, If no! life OTHERDOM 'JnK Jo M'O llvo If iiol Iq tnak' 'Jrga ilirfJcuH for racli NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT 'Mini M'hli'h la t'O'J'l cumiol bo ilono Maut, AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On THURSDAY, MAR. 29th, at 1.30 p.m. AT -NIXKTHHXTJI STltHKT NORTH W. L WILSON Auctioneer la favored with Instructions from C, B. McKhnon, Esq., to cell (he following: I mission oak extension table; 1 set of mission oak diners, lent her eeal; 1 mission oak flat top desk', mission oak library table! I mission onk centre table; 2 mission oak rockers; 1 solid oak chiffonier', 1 la tiles' dressing table; 1 combination wasfv stand and .dresser; 1 combination writing dtsk and book esse; 1 bed room rocker; 1 bed, complete; 1 camp Led; carpet; kitchen table and chairs; baby high clialr; commode; linoleum; washing machine; baby bath; heater; 6-hote kitchen range, will) warming closet; coal oil heater; 12 dozen fruit Jars; garden tools; kitchen utensils and m.iny other articles, I Local. Views. John" Campbell, and Home, chairman of (lie wholesale' serf Ion of Uie Uoanl of Trade, when) EDCU by I he Herald said had had no Intimation of an Increase 'tn' frelshl rales. He Is Inclined la lie-: lieve that Hie increase win not affect; Iho prices ol commodities in Hie west; greatly, and "Ihtnka Ihe railways will lo justify their position in rais-i ing Ihe rates tiy point lug lo the gen-: eral increases in labor, etc.. since the I war started. Mr. Home did not caro! to'go into details until lie had sect] aj copy ot the new tariff. JLOBEHtLO "I AH BLIND" J FOR 50 ACRES OF IRRIGATED LAND, HOUSE AND BARN. 20 accss in alfalfa, 20 seres under cultivation last year. Rent one-third of crop. Apply A. J. Blackbunic Phone 1034 Acadia Block .Did you ever.see. pitting in a lUlle recess of a building ou a busy thor- oughfare, a ruaii who held out "a little tin while from a cord around his neck wpg; a card .aiu! IL isn't sn uncommon sisbXj and more common In lhe Old World i cities than in, lhe new. lu Si. UimsLan's Hostel in London there arc SCO blind ijnd sail- ors taking the course al iralniug. Two i hundred more are OQ the waiting llgl. From this can bo judged fairly well I the number of blind men the war is creating. Are they lo become as the beggars on the streets with the pltt1 ful card "I atn -1 Not one of those St. Dunstan's has the opportunity al training will pi-er ricscend lo that if they ever do, it will be item weakness oE from lack oE oppor- :ty. St. Dimstan's to every! !tl soldier a training which fits liitn to be useful to himself aad to the! world throuEboul whole life, which moreover makes hitn inclepend-, eut of charily or any, neeil of assist- ance. To the soldier who goes into (New Dayton, and he-says-iL-is sur-'jst Duusian's ami usu- prising lhe great atndes Iho farm- j allr hopeless, St. Dunstan's offers a ers art making in -Ibe live stock course of irainin- to enable him to industry. They are buying the best ioHon- any orie ot a dozCT1 QCCUpa. of caltle, horses. They Lions, poultry-rarmiris, sboc-rcpairingr 1 Be Splcn- j did Stock Being Sold This Year. "Xesl year, or lhe year afler at lhe latest, Leihbridge should bo in a position to one of ihe finest i character aiid not fat 'stock sliows in the said. tunity.' St. Dnnst D. Hollas of Lethbridge today, iu disciissni? She bml cattle held in recently. Mr. Holing, itun who has been interesting himself in Jive slock matters during the winter, rias been farming for some years at -65- Horses AT TUBS., April I Alt the Yawls, Absolute clean up cf h 7 (PageV brand horses, marcs and gefrf- ingEr comprising: 35 broke mares and geldings. 15 saddle horses. 15 unbroke yearlings, 2's and 3's The above are being moved from the ranch. 2i milts south of Magralh L-llitridge for convenience of ssle. Sale at 1.05 p.m. Take the fled Line Street Car. CEO. C. ROSS, Owner. G. P, Deardorff Auctioneer MR. ROSS SAYS: "3ELL 'EM" have plenty of money anrf they .will have cothfog but the besl. On Friday last .Mr. Roltajr held a sale ot pure bred bulls which he had brought in from Clinton, where they were purchased from Jas. H. Sucll. In all 35 in- cluding three pure bred cows, were sold, the sale a mounting to All the animals were pure bred Shorthorns and the average price was round -The lop iiric'e was paid Dy R. R. Murray, of New Day- Ion for the bull Oliver. It is inler- lo note thai five of the bulls were loushl for shipment lo Mon- tana. rfng are (he details ol the sales: A. Kcsslcr, navrnond. Hover, 520.S. Essex Boy, S21 l.osey, Win- ulfred. Admiral BcaUy, 4220; H. U. Daj'ton. Olirer. LorJ .Vew Tiios. i'icA'iiLb, ficld, and aUo Lhrte cows; PritcharJ. Sweet Grass. Haudsman Model. ?200, General .Toffre, Harry 3-100. Royal Oeorgc and Brownie A. P. Pelham ?on, Prince Royal J165; 6. M. Peltr- son. U'aruer, Cherry Duke Cory llro.i., T.Glhbridge, Indian Chief, D. Drake, New Dt avion, Prince Ilupetl, Eddy, tarpentering, stenography, and many olhprs. No one is either helpless or hopeless after a days St. Dunstan's. Lady Jcllicoc ia one of many observers who nay tribute to the wonderful cheer- v.-hich pervades the atmos- phere of the famous hostel. To carry OQ Ihis work St. relies upon volunlary Before lhe war, the National Institute for the Blind depended almost entire- ly upon contributions received from the British Isles. Tlie ivar which mads il nr-cessary to open St. Uunstan's al- so widened tUe scope ol its work greatly, and SI- Duns tan's is now a truly Imperial institution, treating pa- tiDuls from every part of lhe Empire.' Now the National Institute feels lhat j the people of the Empire will be glad j to stare In the cost of tlic noWo j work Iho Insliiulc (s doing, and ID i thai end has sent W. C'owen to Canada to receive conlribitlious lhai i may he made. He is now vlstiing j l.cthbridge, and wo confiilenlly expect' lhat Lclhbridge will show ils apr-rc-1 ciation of ilic ol the rnsUUile in lhe ivay possihle. There Will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction Ai'die Ldlibi'UlgiviSale and Feed Kuril. On THURSDAY, MARCH 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHAflP.-JHE 1 team Clyde MareSj 7 and B year, weight 3600 Ibs. i 1 learn Geldings, 6 and 7 years old, weight 3100 Its. 1 Bay Mars, 6 years old, weight 1600 Its. 1 Bay Gelding, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. 1 Learn Clyde Mares, 4 and S years old. weight 2800 Its. 1 Black learn Mares, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2600 I0l, 1 Black learn Mares, 7 and 8 years old, weight 2800 Ibs. 1 Bay Gelding, 7 years old, weight HOO Its. 1 Grey Mare, 11 years old, weight'1500 Ibs. 1 Bay'Mare, 6 years old, in foal, weight 1300 (fas. 1 Grey-Merc, 4 years old, weight 1100 Its. THESE HORSES ARE IN GOOD CONDITION AND ALL BROKEN TO WORK. GOOD GRADE STOCK, 10 High Grade. Cfnvs supposed lo be in Standard bred gelding. Chestnut color, 5 years old, weight 1150 Lbs., broke single or.double. I 6 years oici, weight 1t5C Ibs., broke single or double. IS Choice Holslein cows, agssM Id "3 years, Soma fresh and some due to be fresh. 7 choice Heifers, rising 2 years old. 7 ehoict Heifer calves. These selected dairy stock, 30 head of 1 and 2 years old steers in good condition.' About 30 head of grade cows and heifers, ages from 1 to 3 yrs. 1 double buggy, pole and shafts. 1 double set of driving'harness. OWNER HAS RENTED HIS FARM THE REASON FOR SELLING TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer WHERE.TO GO FOR Roofing. Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Mori! George 0. Ferguson. Noblefont, Itoyal Kdwaril .1. fllasE, ,Madeod. Royal J. C.. Hodge, Macleod. Tom Sawyer II. Kinsov. for Co., Raymond. Diamond ?I45, King' I Neil J200. Koyal John ?170, Ivanhoc- Pa'.riclt (K'O, While Hall Prince flCO. lied Fellow J205: U-wis! Peterson. N'cnr Dnylon, Ujajnonrl Prince Meadoxvbrook S'.'OS; 1 Bd. PoQl'.am, Karonr, Ifoyal] Frank tlutki, r.ellihTidse, Rcrl j Roy T. H. Slrand, .Imlson, Groveller JilO. Caplain Guard A. P.urrais, Huatcr's PrlJc -If yon hear a man whlstllny as i around the you can he prclly scirc that Ihines arc with SERIOUS FIRE AT VLADIVOSTOK. Iximloii. March mes- sage from Rusala to the Chron- icle reporta a serious tire at Vladivostok. The fire on.urruiJ among the cotton stores anil la believed to have been the acl of an Incendiary. Part of the heavy losses incurred will fall on London underwriters anil companies. Big Snap in Farm Land TWO SECTIONS STEAM PLOW PROPOSITIONS, SEV. EN MILES FROM LETH. BRIDGE, I MILE FrIOM R. R STATION AND ELEVATOR. per jicrc ON TERMS. 9EO ACRES, FENCED, ALL CAN BE CULTIVATED. FOUR MILES FROM LETH3RIDGE. Easy ttrms. Will consider sell- ing in hair sections. Look (his up quick if you arc hurling snaps. H. GALVIN LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1425., UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock Implements THERE WILL BE OFFERED BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOL- LOWING. ON THE N. W. H OF SEC. 11.1023, MILES EAST OF MONARCH AND 5 MILES NORTH WEST OF KIPP, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 30th, 1917 AT TEN 0'CL6CK SHARP- BcWirf. t years oW, iioo Ihs.; 1 gclJltig, 7 years oM. WOO Ihs.-, 1 gelding.-7 years olil. 1250 Ibs.; 1 marc. S J'cars oM, 1300 I mnrc. years UOO gelding. S years ol'l, 1101) Ihs.; 1 KOliliiiK, S yenrs old. 1100 i gcldlnff. D year.! oin, iZOO I golding. 7 yeor.s old. tlj.i.; gelding, S yparri old. 1.100 1 Eliding. 7 year.i rtOO Ujs.; 1 rtrivlng pony; 1 sadOlt .pony- l cnlt ronilug 1 VCIT oM. milch trtali; 2 2-ycar oH heifers com- ing 1 yearling lieiTc-r. ROWS tine'to farrow In April, DCfrlng lilmlws; i H-inch V. 0. cnng _- imKrSHrimif i'm: I I Ii EmcrAnn sulky plow; .1 P. 0. I 2 Oiac hnrroiva; 1 .lohn Dc-erc hay rakr; 1 Ifj'JntJi rlisii: Ynn Unint press drill; 2 section drag; 1 Haiti ttnRon; .1 OUl llninlnion wnfjon; 1 Chatham uason ulih bundle rack; -I 1 lop buggy. scls workings harness; set democrat harness; 1 single driving harness: i Ahoiit 70 clilcken-i; some .lunili'r; alrout 2 Ions of pniatocs; 1 slove; 1 healt-r: 1; Uc l.rtval trcnra separator; 1 organ; I Wftilp 1 eitenslon 1 VJKhen taMc and chairti household Rxidfl antl 1 pump Bficl Tvaler trough. J. A. E. J. ENGLISH, Clerk.' L. 6EI.EYNSE; Mon.lrcb. Proprittor. TERMS CASH............... LUNCH WILL BE ScHVEU TERMS CASH, W. L. Wilsmi, Auctioneer, IMimie 1023 Have placed :m order with J. II. PAT- KICK SOX, of I'liirfield Stock Fai-iu, Id- Ici'Joii, Onlnrio, i'or Two Carloads of Choice Registered Shorthorn Bulis and Heifers Which will iHTivis at .COALDALE ABOUT MAY 15, and be on sale al'tev (lint) dale. 'ANY INQUIRIES WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 'ANDWiLL ACCEPT ORDERS NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY, SAMUEL SIDLES COALDALE, ALBERTA FARM IS SITUATED ONE MILE EAST AND TWO AND A HALF MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE STATION. CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC SALE On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP AS I AM DENTING MY FARM I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE At My Fann, I Miles S. E, of MY ENTIRE OUTFIT OF LIVE STOCK, MACHINERY, PRODUCE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS CONSISTING OF team and 5 years old; 1 team geldings, 3300 lltK.. r> nml seven years old; I brown gchlfng, weight 7 years old; L sorrel celillng, weight. 1250 Ibs., 2 years olti; i biack m.irc, ivclghl 1500 1 black marc, weight HOD Ihs.; "1 black marc, weight 17SO llts.; 1 grey ninrc HOO Ib3.; I roan mare, wuighL 1250 Ibs.; I hlack marc, weight 1300 .Iba.; 1 yearling ninro and 11 hcail of rtslns yearlings ami 2 well broken pony mares, of Ilic above mares are in foal ID my registered .Pcrcheron ft a! lion. Also have rcgiatcrol Pcrcheron ages rising" 5 and I years, which will be offered suhjcct lo reserve filds to be announced at lime of registered ShGrlhorn hull, wclfihl Ibs., 5 ycjitg old; CS head of cows, mostly 3 anil 1 years old, all saTe In calf, ivllh caif iool or milking. Several Rood rnillc cows In this lot 2 head o[ 3 and 4 year old stcere; 7 hcnil rlslns 2 years old heifers; 12 head rising 2 year old steers; 14 liend alcers, rising yearlinijs; ID head heifers, rising yearlings. With the exception ol Ihrcc Holsleing., these cnltlo arc all a good hcct typo ot cattle, mostly Shorthorns. registered ncrksMre boar, 2 years old; G-rpelstered IlcrJcslilrc EOR-S, due to farroiv soon. pullets nnd young hens; 3 Ithodc r si an 4 Eed cochcrcla. Arm hay stacker, -to foot mast; IIQ? floats and 2 McCormlck moivcrs; 1 DeerJiip inowrr; 2 diiinii, rakes; I Harris sirle delivery vakc, I sweep rake; 1 Inter national hor.'ic jiowcr hay press; I InlcuaiiGtial gasoline power hay press; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 Kmcrson sulky 4 walking and riilcli plows; 2 drnR harrows; I subsurface packer; 1 Duckfoot culllvator; 1 2-liorac ciiltiFalor; 1 garden secrtcr aud cultivator; 1 KcnlucVty sraln drill, nearly L iiolato planter; 1 polnlo il dump wnsons; 3 liny rack ivnsons; 2 box waRona; 1 Dccrc-iinnnure spreader; 1 buggj" 1 spring Overland Hiiloiuobllc; 1 road I surveying level; 2 DticrJng hinders; L rnnning mill; 1 114 li.jv ffasollnc engine; 1 grain nlcklcr; I ctilUng'hos; 1 cultivator; fi disc harrows; I S-inch Burr feed grindcr; 1 levclcr; acts douhln harness; I set slnglo harness; I saddlo; 3 slip scrnpcrB; 1 Fresno semper; 1 Magnet cream separator, largo sfzc; 2 churns; 1 Prr.Irtc Slate I feed cooker; 1 sausage grinder; 2 gasoline drums; 1 portable forge, blacksmith nutl car- ptntcr forks, shovola, etc.; 1 portable car loader; also I TJccrc engine plow, S stubble bottoms, used very litlle, will bo orfercil subject lo reserve Mil lo he nnnounccd tit lime ol sale. Several tona of seed and eallnc poiatocs; feed and seed oats in bin; alfalfa nml mixed hay in stacks; quantity of good Timothy government clcTinrd r.nil tcsteiL Complete outfit of household fiimllurc, Inchnling upright Slod- rfanl piano, drop head Ringer acwlng machine, nearly new; mahog- any and fi'mlcrcil oaV rurnlutre; Majeallc nrngc, licallnt; move; fancy and plain rllshes; kintla of cooMng utennils, fnplutlins aluminum ware. Also beds and bedding. except horses whlrh will bo one eash, li.iT.tncc on notes due Octoher 1st, 1S17, (nlercsl at r per cent, per annum. Discount of 5 per cent on credit naiil al time of sale. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED BY COALDALE LADIES' AID, REMEMBER, SALE STARTS EARLY, BE PROMPT. R. A. JOHNSTON, iMJiticneer W. H. Jr., Prop. ;