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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Large Auction Sale -OF- SUPERIOR FURNITURE, ETC. -ON- APRIL 29th, 1913 CARDSION WAN THE LETH^RIPGE DAILY HERALP Monday, April 21> 1013 MRS. HINMAN BURIED ,,3UJ)|DAY MANY PAYING; ?iTR|ByT& TO HER STteRLll^Q  LIFE Kxtension table .Oak Buffet Morris Reclining chair Wicker chair Sanitarj' couch Large Upholstered chair Lounge 3 Rockers 8 Small rugs 6 pieces of oilcloth Number of blinds 10 pslr blankets 25 sheets 20 pillow slips 10 bath towels � large looking glasses G dressers and wash stands. 10 iron beds, springs and mat-resses. Toilet sets 5 Pictures 3 Centre tables Cook range 011 stove 6 large carpets Carpet sweeper Lnce curtains 12 Bed spreads IC pillows ' oo hand towels eooklng utensils and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH ^ GUS NEIDIG, Auctioned. AUCTION SALE -OF- VERY SUPERIOR FURNITURE -ON- THURSDAY, APRIL 24lh At 2 o'clock, m Standard Furniture Co.'s Old Stand. 411 5th St south: opposite Morris Theatre, consisting of the follov,lng 1 1 JIason & Risch Piano. Extension table ' Buffet, e.vtra fine, C Leather seated dining chairs. Centre table, extra make. Lounge, leather upholstered. 2 Oak Centre tables. 1 Wicker rocker. 1 Wicker chair. '  1 Pedestal 1 Morris Reclining chair. 1 Book shelf 1 Oak Writing Desk. ^ 1 Oxidized.Jardiniere stand . :' Fm-nlture almost nevr. TERMS CASH 4-FoIding Japanese Screen. 1 Parlor lamp 3 Hanging t�mps Set of encyclopedia on electric engineering. 2 Carpet squares 1 Show case Bedsteads, springs and mattresses. 2 Gas Stoves .2 t'ook stoves 1 Cook range Other articles too numerous to mention. QUS NEIDI'G, Auctioneer. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE -OF- 50 Choke Dairy Cows -ON- iiRIDM, APRIL 25th, 1913 ^M>^;f^pU^m^rpi,:.pn:FRANK MAXWELL'S FARM; Four miles South of Lethbrfrfge 25, _Presh Calved cows. 20 Cows due to'cajf shortly. ' IHght^fat_cp\v8. ^ ' !j2^;Grade^Duih'a^^ . ,� ' Gardston, AHa.,' lApril 20. - The funeral of the late'Sirs'. Hinman took place on Sunday .atternoon from the Mormon meeting; :td the' Gardston cemetery, and was one of the largest ever seen in Cjjrdston.-The deceased lady has been a resident ol-'Cardston for a long time, and has seen the town and church grow from small to large proportions. The cause ot death was an operation performed in Salt Lake City a week ago Sunday, during which the esteemed lady died. She is the wife of Henry L. Hinman, a Patriarch in the Church ot Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and ha^ been closely identified with all the woman's organizations of the church since coming to Gaidston. .'Vt the service.on Sunday afternoon Bishop Brown presided, and the foUowmg speakers took part in the service: J. Anderson,'Bishop Hifn-mer, H. M. BrowAV Mr. Mercer, Ma grath; Mrs. DaincSjD. II. Elton. Messrs. William.s and Duce also took part m the opening and eatsh' character - had oc-; cv5Jl^''.^^th%''ij)iatf9rmf In'-.person, the PA thcap'iihtiuaor ^;0r difference ot � emo-tion/expTe�BedibyV each character being/iiterpretea'.-so Vl'irim^^ that ' one a�!&.-ot. 3e, but owing to Haluka's failure to appear, the case against him was dismissed. This was readily consented to by both sides, as the election was not close enough to be affected by one vote. "Seven Oaks" Tonight The synopels of "Seven Oaks" to be given in Knox Church tonight by Everett Kemp, Is as follows: > A. beautiful stoi-y of rural life. The trials and sufferings of Benedict through, the p�irsecution� of Robert Belcher, the "boss" of Sevenoaks, and the loyalty and devot'fvn of Benedict's little S9n, HaiTy, hjings a'tear ot &ympathy, while Jim Fenton's wit and homely phtloBopby Is positively slde-splitt^g. A story "brim full of human intereat, andvlbrant with llfei and action." , ' 't Act I,-The poorhouse. jim, ;Fen-I'tdn makes a discovery; Act II.-Benedict's .escape. Mike Conline proves to be a friend Inde^f.d. Act III.-Jim -Fenton meet-B Miss Butterworth, and makes a proposal. Act IV.-The Qourt scene. The trial of Benedict vs. Belcher. Jim makes a "happy-daviij." i; Act V.-Thq wedding, JluiiFenton i makes the "hull trjlp,!' .  ,' Sault Ste. Marl'fe; Ont., April 31.r- Wanted in England for'the alleged �em bezzling of $10,000i from the public funds of the tovm of Romford, Bsse-f, England', where he was oversaerand tax collector, tYederlck Adolphus Stratford, alias G66rge Johnston, aged 58, was arreaited. Kere this morning. Hc had 'been employed in the' office ot the Algoma Central Railway, ,and has lived 'with a''Woman supposed to be his wife. �'/^ : � HARD ON OLD LADV .Lisbon, April 19.-^Replying to ques-tlbns in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday Premier Costa said. In regard to the chfirges made by the Dowager Duchess of Bedford on April 7, In regard to conditions In this country', that he regretted to say that they were the rfesult of a "baseless campaign "initiated by a poor, old demented English woman who is a fanatic on religion and has only brought ridicule on herself'by saying what w;is untrue." BROKE CLUB-SWINGING RECORD . London, April 19,-Burrows, the Australian athlete, broke' the world's record tor club swinging at the Alder-shot gymnasium today, using, the cluts for 100 consecutive hours. He already held, the world's authenticated record of 80 hours of club swinging and will not try to break j^he un-authenticated record ot 112 hours.  ' .. ...... v Hon.'W..S. Fielding, newly arrived from - England, attended a. Liberal conference, at Ottawa. i , WELCOMED KING'S SON Hamilton, Bermuda, Apu'ir 19.- . Prince Albert,' the second son of King IvGeorge, aprived on the cruiser Cumberland and landed all Hamilton yesterday. He was liccordW a heart;^' reception. Thousands o| peopii thronged; the st,veets and cheered the midshipman Prince as he drove through to plant a tree at the government house, which is occupied by Governoij General Sir Bullock. The city �''war gaily decorated with bunting, '...� ' '�., . '., ... � . - � . ..." ' . . .... . .  .. ^r.. SHALL MOSAIC OR CANADIAN LAW BE OBSERVED? SELL STUFF l;tELD  ' AT .CUSTOMS HQUSE Edmonton, Alta., April IS.r-rrMeVr chanidse and other'goods, valued at from $50,000 to }.'?5,000, and held for duty, amounting .to $10,000, will; be sold at public auction a.tihls Majesty's customs house here on May 15.-The .upset price in all caseis will :be'the amount of duty, failing the realization of which the goods will be destroyed. Included in tiii stock, the^ accumulation of three years," are consignments from all parts of the;civllized world. The range is from cheap Jewelry, probably brought Info tie country by adventurers seeking : trade-, with the , northern Indians, to heavy machinery. The* rule of the jjustoms department is to have a sale every'three months, but this will be the'first here; since the B.pring of 1910; the staff being too busy with routines 'business to take an Inventory of the $lt(30k on hand.; Guar toms receipts in ^dnionton ampuntec; to $1,504,756 in 1812/ an increase, of 113 per cent, over 1911.. ' . HAVE MALE CONSPIRAtORS �-J-r London, April 19.-The ' Standaird a'sserts this mornltig;ith^it .thej.rpoent outrages cf the '.sulfra^ettes' ha-vijibeen: largely directed by a^fe'w/men.,It suggests that the womell'd; BOpl^liand political union p^y's th^ae, ?nefi fqr organl/ins;,and.; advising-'the; outrage?,; many/ of which ar^c^nuuttt'isfd^byjiithe 'it ;