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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July THE LETIUVRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Auction Sale HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1 -ON- Thursday Next, July 17th AT 1.10 O'CLOCK the No. U3 8th St. South. FRANK WADD1NOTON' li fl'orad inilructlons lo sell by oublte metlon and without the following superior house- koM furmllure and Including: s-Piece Drawing Room Suite, Mahogany upholsier- In tapwlrv. i Drawing Room Table. j I Combination Secretaire and Muiic Cabinet Ratten DfMrlnj" Room Sot of C Dining Chalra In Minion Oak. Leather seated. Miwlon Table. Oak Buffet, with heavy bevelled mirror and leaded Mieelon Oak Lounge, upholstered In solid leather. t Oik-Dinner WISJOD. tf Oak jivrdlniere Stand. Chlna.Cablnot. with adjustable shelies. Wrouifct Iron Haoi'nc Electrolier. O'ak Hill with iolid leather Solid Bed, Blted with ooll sprlnit Ostermoor mattress Soird Braw Bed titled .with Dominion Spring and all-wool with extra large bevel plated Mahogany Chiffonier. Miuiom Oak Drwier and Stand. f Bolld iha'Stano. Oak Chiffonier. I Dro'Ht'wd Sinter'Set ing Machine In first running order ExwIVenl "The ChuHenk-J" MeClarr RtUhen Range, In splendid condition. j" Baby Attfv S Uteniili. China; Glm, Crockery, etc. AIM MMrlment ot choice Rugs, Curtaint, In- Vietoriin Parquet Rug, IS i 9. Oao.AimlMltr Parjor Ruj, 11 i 3. A'lMlfllUr'Bedroom Rut, 10 i 12. ,i-' BJdeiu Frtnie4 Rugi. VroMibi t' A ot Wilton and Buir Carpeting. -dl'ielln Portelre, Midrai other i' The Aootiemer nquoete a prompt attendance. TIR1M AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 449 Alms as a Blind Had Been in Lelh- Woman Fakir How Loan Will be Spent- Punk Circus Look Over Classy Program. It's Worth While OUR SPECIAL KAYBEE FEATURE CHILD OF WAR" AN UNEQUALLED TWO-REEL MILITARY DRAMATIC SEN- SATION. LITTLE MARY" THE WONDERFUL' CHILD ACTRESS Madfod, July H.-Harr) Beiinap, joung American, was sentenced to J.S.W M. Police Barracks, on Satur- day morning, by Inspector Lindsay, J.'p. On Krirfay morning, Belknap went around to several business places and residences, presenting a subscription list lo the diKerent, people, which stated that he was deal and and utiblc lo support himself. Being a smooth actor, he was very success- ful, and in a few hours had collected over ten dollars.-in twenty-rive and flif; cect. donations. In the after- noon, hpVtver, !ie .forgot 'his afflio tion for a few minutes, and went In- to the Empire hotel and purchased a ftasV of'whisley, and one of the men .who had given, him money, was In jthe bar at the same'time and'noti- fied the police. Constable Watson was given a "de- I scriptioh o! the man and soon' caught him. When was in the act of beKeint. On being searched at -e quite mond C. J- Reach has purchased a Mil. Today and Tomorrow McLaujhlin-Uuick, tor cat. Tbe deal, iu which Paul 1'oplier, late president ol the Oclden West Brewing Co., of Calgary, iras to purchase ihe Horseshoe Liquor store from E. II. JU'Jnsell, did not go through, and -Mr. Miimsdl still re- tains possession. A Punk Circus Saturday was circus day in Mac- leod. the '.'Mighty .Ilaaj Shows" jiv- ing two" perfonnar.cfs. This was the most disappointing show of its kir.d that ever visited Madeod, and the afternoon performance had got- ten nicely under the circus man- ordeicrt the large crowd out ol ;he teat, as he said be. was afraid ihe slight breeze whkh was blowing, would bring the-canvas down. The side the different games along the midway were stopped by the police shortly after their start- ing, on account ol their crudeness. Several cases' of pjckpockeling haie also been rcporled lo ihe police. .The evening performance was short and'sweet owing-to there being no- body at the grounds to witness it. Mr. C. Bryan, manager of the "Her Sister's Secret" Ccmedy Dram? "Her.Fairy Godfather" AMUSING TRICK COMEDY "Life Among ihe Navajos" INTERESTING, EDUCATIONAL The LiYipress AN EDMONTON- DOCTOR DROVEi THROUGH PARADE AND WAS SERIOUSLY HANDLED MONDAY AND TUESDAY GUAM) SPECTACl'LAR MILITARY FKATCHE -TKE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE A .Magnificent and Realistic Production Mexican Love Affair I FALSE ALARM Plains Acrcst I THE 'GHOST That's COMEDIES No Advance in Prices FOR THREE CENTS SINGLE Edmonton, July froyi aail Alberta, took part In the celebration here. Tivelvs hundred Church in United States. jCalls-an Important Gmference I rt, JiliT The PralMt t lurch In Octoitr, 131C, a-commlMioD' to -bring iWct a wcteVenc. for the conitder'a- qvotiMi to tke fiiith and Chrtatian ekurrb. In '.Ihe a confemM will jrc- caon of Chriitlin unity Tta't U all ihremiout Ihe world our Lord JMU> M dot to with the hi Mon com til ]MtMl( eMnuntahi IE Ihe MlftlM ot t aid Inrl W-WDI Mat to .th iwtoc ouUlde th .fut M the oam of Wtk. .Chrt. rkOM har> :til OTtr tk. worll. If to NK! thtra V nr Vka. Till to 'UN MCMUir, H. --H. hu NEAL 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE MB Ave. W., CMferr ten' tholiMnd; or more. Uf-. n on'the sub'Ject, coming rt'om every .rt'of'the world and frcm' rhemh'ers every comnunloa, Prolestant and itholic. Tenons applying are en- red on a mailing Hit, so the'jail, he vsas found 'to have a large sum of money, "a dial irifig, and tie pin-and other valuables his person. The list which he car- 'riid, showed that he had worked the 'same slunt in Lelhnndge on Thurs- in the two places" had col- j'ected oier: thirty, dollars. He 'also liarrifd a schedule ol .the dirTrrent thisjine, showing the times, he. wo'uW'irfiyeJi'i and leave place's, thai hejw'as, in his Beliinap pleaded.- guilty.- .to Jh'e charge of obtaining money under false pretences, and'was given the option of a ?25.00 fine 'or sixty days', but not V-ishinr, to.parl with any of his easily-made money he look the lime-] ACTIR Stilt .Aixither A middle-aged woman, wilh'-sii big Macleod suramer fair to be held came In by special train the t'a- on August and 7lh, is u.m elaborate "preparatio-.s for (he same, and it is the exhibition this year will be "the best yet In- quiries for-information and requests for prir.e lists are pouring in daily, and it the interest keeps up, there undoubtedly be a rccoid-breaking ____I from outside points. One pop- ular'featiire'bt'Uhe fair Mill bt the prize.bab'y contest for which scores of entries are already in. The horse racing, too, promises to be -away above the average, and ihe Iccal .overs.of equinje speed ace in conse- quence looking forward aiificlpatingly the .first ia Auguat. nadtan Pacific from Calgary, and hun. dreds of others from Leihbridge, Jtedi. cine Hat. Macleod in the soulh. and all points along .the Calgary and Edmon- '.ho C.' N. R. anad the 0. T. P. lines in 'Alberla, concentrated here The only unfortunate'Incident was an attack made by members upon an auto driven Dr.-W. T. Ferris, whom It was thought was trying lo run through the parade. Tbe machine bl.dly smashed, arid Ferris'was struck oii the head with a but nol sericusl injur- ed. '.He .called on the police to make arresU, but they declined to do "so at he time, fearing a riot might be Later, in .at they will receive all future pub- calkin. young children, "who claimed to be a widoTv, was in town earlier in J, the The Episcopal commission is begging, and carry OB the nndert.W.g. in the foiwd to.bea pint of Bishop Brent, who aijsucusslul m gettuig out of town be. dav. he meeting when Ihe 'commiMlonl'0" thc'police could, her. as the side of organ-: lUon 'promtn-' nl, but tilt we. shall iplrituil power. xtep.AhalL ber ia a- id- frill, way, lo re-, e oureelrei to God, free from ejwdices, ib order'that, 10 loe- we nay hare a ipirit- -VVELL KNOWN CHAR ACTER .-PASSES AWAY. AGED SEVENTY-FOUR YEARS an' intenlei'.l witli the press.' stated that ro inten- lon o! Interfering''with -i umj. power 2b minlittrc and lay men foie the-police could get'her. For Works The wrorlb' of debentures i'.1 r cocnecled'-'wilb _tbe public works department at.'0llawa7 r o aerauiei which Mayor Slnlman and CouacillorAi.hfte he designed, _ -.j.j ______ les nd where Ms R.-G. VacDonnell we're' very si nd woinen Jn.AJbefU. kaie been tbt toiether, to the ex- eat- of. enrolnonl .on the Hel, which arrtmfed teojntphlcftlly .'10? tJiit hoie who..are, Inte.reflted enough in JkrMlan.unity to apply.to he placed tke lilt may qitiln the of olWn their nelgblKrhood alto In- reftled, _ with whorn {hey can meet 'l-.unlted prayer for the re-union-of C.h-riiUinft and for conference' to low It on he, brought about. Tbe lit iscIiDet Disciples of Cbrlct, Epli- cooalitot arid Roono Cltboliu.- The covmittee of the co ful in disposing to a 'Toronto firm, at ninety-seven, will provide lor the following public works The construction of a sewerage dis- posal plant in connection with the sewerage sjsfem, at a cost, ;6f or. K. lies, and where Ms brotcer Henry, the well known .contractor ar.d'fatber of Ih'e star hockey plajers, still ,lives. For "some yeais" deceased was super- intendent of public1 works io.Western Canada; ;-but resigned in 1900.' He was.charter member of' the1'local -Columbus.- of the KplKopAl church, of which 'Rer. T. Uanrjiaf; DD ,-'rector of church. Sew York, It chair, hu recetttly l.fmied a-ciroulir letter inch local conferences, TJieirorM joay not oeJd lor of for ft''will tie to fet the approval of ell tit connunlons >V oWf world, thwilit the projecl-is beinf reulre4 CANADIAN PACIFIC: PFUNEOF CHtltTOPHIR LAKE CLAIMS AN AIMMfP THAT 'WILL MAIN- TAIN TorV, July J. one of the- Inrentori' ftf the ;Tlie extension of the se a cost of ,-The-construction and extension of ihe waterworks system and the argement of-the electric- light syV R rost of The- construction and exlensioo 'of ,hr sew.eragc system' at a cost of and .the erection and erjuip- "ving ol the Macleod municipal ng at a cost of JIOC.OOO. 5layor Stedman and Councillor MacUonnell.will cot likely return to Macleod urliil everylhing in connec- with the .bond sale has beert which! will probably-IaVe another week or ten the first'council their re- promises In he. a warm one. When it was proposed by the. council that the mayor' should make a' Irip lo sell the bonds, It was intended that he should go alone, and his .ar-. tion in taking along the the (Stance and thereby doubling the expenses, did not meet with.-thf'approval oi the council, or the majority of the "ratepayers Twelve hundred- dollars was. trie leftover the expenses jot the ttio g'fntjemen while away, and it has .been sUlcd by'one of the !councillors" lhat on' Iheir -return vouchers will be asked lot all ol iheir expenditures. the 'figure "ot> lain'fd (or the bonds was much high er thiii "anticipated, (his dots nol ne- cessarily mean that everything wil' ke smoolhed over. The of council in selling the bonds this.way, was to make a lodge of Knights-'of--.Columbii blood. r'elstives' an t ,teted through e scat; Inspiring Drama at Starland Today Today's program at Slurland contain one ot Ihe greatest Kay-Bep multiple reel' features ever n the ofTariiiE of the big military] spectacle, "A Child of' War." Follow- ntj Is a .brief sjnopais of- tills iTuly magnificent .feature: In a series of thrilling scenes, 'dur- ing an attacV by the Confederate" for- little-' Mary fjecom'es lost and is caught between the lines. She hldei trembling wllh' fear while the' shut and shell whistles over her head. That nighl, her rather, a union sentry, hears her rhoving and challenges the unknown person and receiving no re- uly, fees. Wjth a shriek, the. child drops to the ground, shot through the To save his 'child, he deierts IJOU BRIGHTEST --Pafe's Weekly Exclusive Topical A CryJor Drama of the First An Unprofitable Boarder He tries to put one over' the" Landlady. He gets all; coming and Face at the Window A Faftcinating Tale of the Woodi and carries 'har -loathe vil London, Jul) The .lit.. Hon.. ,arm. ledniGTidjBarry, Lord Chancellor oil reland, died'tonight: she Is taken rare c' He" wns He was soli- wlfe. He "arrested and citor-generai of Ireland from' 1905-09, to" be shot. His' ivrfe fa" -innn.n- but in manaees to gain .his presence', an COMING SOON INTERNATIONAL MATCH- ENGLAND VS. AMERICA. 10 Cents -10 Ce'r.ti lOOO-li: and. -He' represented-' .Vorth Tyrone commons' from 1907. lo 1911, enjoying- Ihr. 'distinction of b'e- Liberal' in' the ho'use.' YORK COUNTY LOAN York a'nd'SavingE It went into iiq.ildtfio3 In. 1905, has paid two dliidtn'dE, each o! 25 cenls. An effort will be'-mfld'e to clear up the Icose ends sufficiently ib'dedirc dividends 'some tira'a toward theVn'd of the year. An authority declares, that dividend will be in the neighborhood five ov six cents, making the tola! -Idend raid lo shareholders 65 cents n'the'dollar. EXCITEIJiENT -KILLED -THIS ORANGEJWAN hri, N.B., July W. the- Or- mge narade.rwhich march'ed toLSec- lis'ease just Its re-. died almost ihipful- pfe- No. 62, Black' Knight's of Ireland, 58 >ears leaves.a wife and four child manages to gain .his presence, eloquent On the s'aine bill will also he a'lery fioqd.Tharjhouser.corned- 'i ma, "Her'Sister's a .wllh- .v- rrealth-Ci-detail in picturesrjue southern California.' Her secret, of course, .was.a man. Both sisUrs lored the mnnncr to quicV sale.and secure money in orde to -have enough to keel th Erwkeel In thf mm, rjfiw in town, engagtil. At pres Culled SUtes nary, bus leoorled lojfnt thf onl) public vork of any im hatht'acd iorlince, Iftinc cat 118.56 Winnipeg return other norks, nientioned-ahove, i wl tlw he starled at ,in early it will ktep a niimhtr ol bu ily employed, well 011 into next Vmr 0. II. Cjstjv--the. Honl mine owner, i.i in town for i tew wftVi, visiting As yel'r.ri trace lus btfn ol heotlJIner at "the Empress, cntllled "The Gliarge ot the Light will Very.forclblyiriuK to mind great Russian .war of long ago: more. .3 a part thV1 icture is wonder-t ott's in the most 11 i'., 'Tlalns great drama of'. t'io of uniisua! faeauly. Mexican Love one of old story plays, told-amldst which Ihe sisters each sacrificed and ;'That's lovelfor the other's happiness- forms ja charming taje of do'me'stie" for one of Ihe ucst_drama! J. KILLED BY HAILSTONES Kingston, Out, .Inly sloi fell here on Saturday and Archibald Rollly, whose parents live" .The bnlance of -the" program will cohtnin numerous highly amusing comedies'of the sure fire, laugh' tho whole offering being well up to-'the usual Stnrland standard of ex- cellence. At the Empress on -Corrlgan street met Ills death .At a time when -wo arc continually from ihe effects of bolng hit.. I healing'of war and rumors of war, the' SHAREHOLDERS Macleod, July nlll mpcting of ho.Mers of the Society of. Etjuitjv'la.'.. 1'aget. Hall, Calgary, on Macleod shareholders lo cash'up, and they want lo. know.why. "There is and be asked fo investigate. THE FOREST CL'AD DISTRICT THAT SURROUNDS THE THREATENKp; TOWN; OF COCHRANE. ;1 lie itrft enit- tbal hid been to yltee Cnrreit fclver Pdrk. Tbe rtll nlie o'elwk [Mt'itlckt KM) eitht- o'clock .Ub Thomson, ing from Hs home lor-over i.wert nil tbe belief that he thereby A he DulutkVM ctf- ciifiW here, cm denied by t1-'- nit tniintMM hyji.ei.i-eh fereel n.rw.; ;