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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 19.1910. THE LETTTBKIPGE DAILY Page 5 AUCTION SALE! Of Farm Stock and Implements At the LETIIBRIPGE HORSE MARKET (.1. 0. Graves' Sale Barn, Gait. St.) On Tuesday, December 20th, 1910 20 horses well broken. 20 horses unbroken. COAVS due to calve shortly.. 3 agons. :j double sets harness. 2 IL cub ators. 1 brooder. TEEMS. CASH. J. A. Smith Auctioneer BUSINESSMEN STUNG AGAIN 'PIMPLES" Broke Out All Over Her Face. Pimples are caused, almost entirely, by bad blood, and there is only one way to get rid of them, and that is to. get at the -seat of the trouble by using a good reliable blood purifying medicine. Burdock Blood Bitters has been on the market for 35 years, aoil is one of the i Forged Check Artist is Busy-Raymond China- man Arrested Several business men of Lethbridge 'have bmi and stung right by a -smooth forger, L. D. Perce, al'ias J. D. Barro'tt. Each cheque was drawn with the forged signature of .Piche Miron, two cheques being drawn on the Royal Bank of Canada in the sum oi a third for Louis Keel cashed one of the cheques and McKelvie McGuire the one for The third, cheque was cashed in Taber, which' was dated the following day. In the case of each Lethbridge cloth .ing merchant an overcoat was bought at a "sure lower than the victims handing back the balance 1 called for in cash. The cheque passed on McKelvie and IVIcGuire was signed "Piclic made payable to W. L- McGarvin. and endorsed across the back by the fictitious signature of a fictitious person. In.the name of the bank, the words "Royal" and "Canada" .were crossed out and-the word ''Montreal" written in, making it appear as'a cheque on the Bank of Montreal, in which institution Piche Miron are said to have an account. The-same precautions-were'not taken Jin the other cases, the forger simply a straight Royal i t nfcwmrv in hnth iiw. Opening of Inquest At Bcllevue Mines (Continued from'front page; Draeger Helmets The Draeger helmets, which were used here afver the explosion, consist of cylinders containing oxygen, which are strapped to the ijack and connect- ed with the mouth of the wearer by a rubber tube, and another cylinder containing hytkate of coramou which the wear- er discharges the burnt-out oxygen- very best biood medicines procurable, Jfrom his lungs, carbonic ''acid sas producecl by the operation, is Absorbed. The principle is correct .'and those who had experience with j them here have great confidence in their utility. Corrected-Ust of Dead Alter using it you will find that the pimples have disappeared, and you -will have a beautiful clear complexion. Mrs, Robert McNab, Badjeros, Ont., am preatiy pleased to report the benefit I have derived from the of Burdock Bbod Bitters. About a year ago I became so w.eaic and run down I could scarcely walk, and pimples broke out all over my face. I tried one Joe .Boriato, married, aged leaves wife and three children. 4, Frank Roberti, married, aeed thing after another, but nothing seemed j Jeaves wito aml one clliid to do rrlte-any good. I was by a Mike Gera, single, aged 40. Peter Gcra, married, aged 45, leaves 35, iady.friend B.B.B.. and before I had used one bottle I felt it was doing me good so I used three bottles, and 1 am now well and strong, and the pimples have all disappeared." Burdock Blood Bitters is manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto. Ont BOW ISLAND NEWS i Batik'< of Canada' cheque- in both in- .stances. '.'_ '..The- cheque passed" in, was 'made-'payable-'to D. Barfott, and that on which Louis Keel was stung was made payable to the order of L... D. Perce. The forger has evidently made good his escape, as the last heard of him was when he was in Taber four days ago. Another individual claiming to be a physician and giving the name, of R. G-rignon, suceeedeu in passing forged cheques on the Red Cross Drug and Book Company and -Piche Miron, of 51.75 and of Lethbridge, KoleI_Mvras al Miners 3 Shaft Ttie Al! and Irrigation Co. Friday, with a view to purchasing it if satisfactory. 'About; twenty ladies attended the W.H.M.S. at Mrs. J. Donovan's home Thursday, and-.spent a very pleasant afternoon. Mrs. Roy-White entertained the T. i R. Y. Club and friends at her home Wednesday evening. A very jolly was had in an old-fashioned tafiy-pull. The club is making plans to give a Bruno Tripodi, married, aged 35, leaves wife and three- children. 3M. QuintiUio, single, aged 31. Antonio Quin.tillip, married, aged leaves wife and' three children. Antonio Martini, single, .aged 23. John Basso, single, aged 19. S. D'Ercole, single, aged 30. Sam Cimmeiti, rrarried, aged 30; leaves wife and one child. Finlanders Peter Paul, married, aged 25, leaves "wife and one child. Gus Robo, married, aged 32, leaves wife and three children. Hans Wellberg, married, aged 50, leaves wife and four children. married, age 27, leaves widow. Charles Lehti, married, aged 43, leaves, wife and four eh.'Wren. John Ulvinen, single, aged 28. Vaino Kuncimen, single, aged 24. Andrew Saari, married, aged 50, jplay some time this.winter, and from past efforts know it will be some- j thing good. i Robert, Jr., arrived at the Connor home Saturday, Dec. 2nd. making a TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS tolls on American vessels be paid by Dr.. Julian E. I-Iequembourg, one of the government. The- is addicted" to the us-e of mor-, phine and is a hopeless victim oi "that j drug. It is believed that he forged i these two small cheques simply be- i cause he was broke and had to have: drug. He also attempted to pass a- checu'e upon Jackson and Cope, but j 1 was unsuccessful. The man is mar- i ried and came here from Edmonton about a month ago. The local police also arrested the Chinaman wanted in Raymond for the theft-of His name is Cluing. Wcy and the warrant was sworn out by .Ghing Luey, anoth'er Chinaman ant? a-" partner in.'pusirress ot the accused. No given but the Ray- i rriorid-. authorities ha've been communi- j cated with and will take the prisoner j back to Raymond, today. As stated 'in Saturday's Herald, Ctiimg Wey was1 arrested Friday night on a telephone i message and released on agreeing to return. He did not do so, how- ever, a warrant came alftng and he will go-south this afternoon. respectively, in the sum Detective Egon.arrested this famij man Saturday afternoon as briefly re; M nd Kilgoard an.d ported in Saturday's Herald, and he -.dren who beea visiting the past is now held for investigation. months ".la'North Dakota, re- turned on Thursday. T. W. Dyer-lias been attending his mother's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Read, of Leth- visited iheir brothers. Robert an-d Jaraes, heare, .last week. The new- 5rm oi .Donovan an-d Mc- Crea, both well known experienced business men, have a force at Chicago's best known practitioners. Marguerite Barroso, a Mexican, af-. leprosy, was discovered officers at El Paso, 'died suddenly in St. Jo'.seph's hospi- tal in that citv. j Senator Five, chairman oL the com- j inittee on commerce, has introduced attempting to smuggle herseli 3. bill providing that Panama canal into the United States. power to enjoy to the full Hfe'3 and only with a good digestion. tens up weak the digestive juices which are your food being properly converted into brawn and sinew, red blood and active brain. 50o a bos at your druggist's or from 32 National Druj; end Chemical Co. of Canada. Montreal. M. P. IS IMPROVING Ottawa. Dec SL Douglas, member for Strath- cona. Trho has been seriously ill with pneumonia, is report- ed, to be much, better today and it is .believed that he is now out of danger. on a large machine shed, adjoining the Bow Island Mereantile's building, to be ready for their share of the spring trade. Miss "Alice principal'- of the city school, was thrown a 'buggy Saturday and one bone in her arm badly splintered. Though exceed- ingly painful she is still at her post. The machine o.Sice of Adolph Swin- numson is. alter-, ations in. having a large show. room 'with glass front added, and other im- provements, Geo. Bruce will oe con- nected with the office hereafter. Mr. Russell received 'the bad news last week that his store building {contents, valued at several thousand dollars, had been totally destroyed by fire at Russell, North Dakota, with no insurance, it having expired very recently. m 3H aqa aq 01 30 CO JO! pjo sr '-oj sniny; S8 si Herman married, aged 32, leaves wife and. three children. Slavonians J. Drevenski, .married, aged 35, 29, leases wife and one child! Mike Serezupok, single, aged 27 John Bodner, married, aged leaves wife 'and two children. Gus .Kindiatystyyn, married, aged 42, leaves wife and two children. John Boslioe, single, aged 30. Mike Korman, married, aged 31, leaves wife, 'and two children. Josvt F. Beigun, married, aged leaves wife and three children. Albert Beigun, married, aged 32, leaves wi-dow. English Speaking f F. Roberts; -P. Alderson, loaves wife and four children. DISCUSS TECHNICAL EDUCATION At the-meeting or th.e entire Board of .Trade on Wednesday, several matters will co.me up for dis- cussion At the instance of Prof. J. Sale of a Valuable Corner Property F. Waddington Co. are favored with instructions by the- owner to offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on Thursday Evening next at 7 p.m. in the Caledonian Hall, GlynSt, the Well-built Residence Situate acd being; No. 506.Caurtland St., Lethbridse and hav-., ing a frontage to Courtland St. of 62 feet and a frontage to Round St. ot 62 feet. _ The House which, is fully modern, is substantially built, and contains 30 rooms in All with spacious recepton nail ,and roomy verandah. There is.a-.full-sized basement, and a hot water iteating syeteni lias reventlv been installed at a cost of 8550.00. At the present -time the house is occupied by desirable, tenant's as a rooming: house and produces a total rental of over- J100 jper month. The purchaser will be given the option of taking over the fur- niture at-valuation. and by so doing, the present arrangements need no be Interfered with, tnus offering an excellent opportunity to anyone requiring a revenue producing proposition. Standing prominent corner, in a district growing more valuable every- day, it possesses the advantage of being a splendid revenue get- ter and an excellent speculative purchase. The sale will be subject to ,a low reserve, atid the. terms trill be -cash, and "the balance by the asaumption of a loan '41400 antt 4 Quarterly payments.- AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE Phone 426. 5th St, City. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS 3STow is the time to hare your BEST FILMS EtfLAKGED FOE XMAS British Colonial Photographic SHEELOCE: MARKETS Birker.hesd Cattle Liverpool, Dec. Rogers Co., make the following report from the Biritennead cattle market today. S. Robertson, of the Royal Commission owing- to unsuitable weather, larger of Technical Education, the board will consider making recommendations to the Commission in connection with establishing a technical school here. Anotlier matter to be brought before tne Board, will be the invitation of the .Board of Commerce of Great Falls in connection with the Business excursion to that city. not give Your Boy a Ticket in the AVIATOR MADE A LONG GLIDE Fresno, Cal.. Dec. 4.- 000 feetr in the air while attempting to-make an altitude record, J. C. Mass, this afternoon found that his ecEcins reiusc-d 10 work. Despiie ex.- liiT precautions to keep the radiator from freezing the cold was too great and he was forced to make the long- est spiral glide of his lire. He started down wiili a long spiral, half a mile in diameter, swinging wide over the fairgrounds. He alighted safely, but i was benumbed with cold. Glen Cur- i tiss in a speed trial, made five miles in five minutes and five seconds. As a Christmas Present? It will only cost for the entire Senior Intermediate Junior Special Boys T See the General Secretary at the Board of Phone 1012 rode SELL RICH B.C. SILVER LEAD PROPERTY Spokane, Standard mine at. SiKerton, B. C., the Biggest and richest silvcr-le-a-d mine in Canada an-d possibly in the world, has chang- ed owners." Parrick Clark having bought yesterday a'On per cenl. in- terest in it on 'oasis cash for li'.e property. The vendors, are John A. Finch, the multi-millionaire mining man of Spo- kane, and George H. Ay'ard, or New Denver, B. C., each of whom owned a half imprest. Associated with Mr. Clark in tfv purchase are: A. B. Campbell, p.iriner of John A. Finch j for 25 rears in the mining business, j i and W.'-I. C. Wakelield, the woll known attorney. Together with Mr. Finch, who retains a 35 per cent, in- terest in the property, they will in- j corporate the Standard Consolidated Mining Company to take the property over am! work it. A fleet of 12 steamships left New York for Europe taking steer- age passengers who will spend Christ- mas at home. supplies and a very moderate demand trade was lower for everything in the market except for a few especially choice Christmas -cattle offers for which were made at from 13 to .13% cents per pound, other quotations be-- fment .statistians estimate there are acres, under wheat, cultiva-. tion in New South. Wales and that the average: will yield bus. The hay crop, is estimated a-t tons. According to tie- estimated yield there will be about .bushels of for export. ing: States cattle from 11% to 12% cents; -Canadians from 11 to 12 cents, ranchers from 9 to 10% cents per pound; Wheat and Hay Yield Sydney, N. S. W., Dec. Birkenhead Cattle Market Liverpool, Dee.. Rogers Uompany report here today that trade was slow in the market and conditions and; prices cabled Saturday were undisturbed. Quotations are as follows: Christmas cattle from 13 to 13% c; States steers from 11% to Canadians from 11 to 12 cents: ranch- ers from 9 to 10% cents per pound. Cjnickly stops cures colds, heal; NIC tin-am anJ 2S can? Sale of Very Valuable Lethbridge Property Are favored witn instructions to offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, H At 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Lots 19 and 20 in Block 31, situated on ROUND ST. (5th 50 feet and a depth of 125 feet to a-lane. There is a large urick building standing on the lots at the present time which is occupied by the Salvation Annv as Barracks and Offi- j- Quarters. The sale will be subject to a reserve price which has been fixed bv ihe owners, and the terms of sale ill be cash and the balance payable in THREE equal ANNUAL payments, with interest payable with each instalment at 8 per cent, per annum. This property is one of the most valuable sites in the City of Leth- bridge and is situated in the very heart of the BUSINESS SECTION on the 'MAIN STREET, only one lot removed from the Alexandra ho- tel and the BURNS BLOCK The decision of the Dominion Govern- ment to place the POST OFFICE on Dufferin Street has greatly en- hanced the value of this property ensuring as it does. Round Street and Dufferin Street, remaining the principal business thoroughfares. Any further particulars may be obtained from the auctioneers. PHONE 426 FIFTH ST. ;