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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November THE LETHBRJDGE HERALD AUCTIQN SALE OF MORSES Off luesday November JtUt 1 o'clock C. GRAVES' SALE ST. THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST Heavy draft team; well matched, weight 3000 aged ".years. 1 span, mures, 7 and 8 years old, in heavy, draft horse. 1 span geldings, 6 years old, 2800 Ibs. 1 span geldings, 5 years old, 2600'Ibs; 1 span .inares, 7 years old, weight 2800 Ibs. 1 span driving horses, 4 and 5 years old, well broken and quiet J, A. SMITH 4 two year old draft coits. v 3 one year old general pur- pose colts. 1 pair nice bay inares, welt, matched, 5. years old, weight 2400 Ibs. 2 saddle ponies. 3 wagons. 1 democrat. v 2 single buggies. 1 set light' team harness. 1 set single harness. All horses .are .well, broken and quiet. AUCTIONEER ASSASSINATED ALFONSO AGAIN .London, Nov. Star publishes a vague rumor that iiln-g .Alfonso of Spain has assassinated, but little credit is given the report. The Keuter News agency declares that Kmjr Alfonso has soue to Cludad Heal, 171 miles from Aiadrid, for a lew days' snoot- ing. RUPTURE MR. A. CLAVEBIE IS COMING AGAIN He will be in Castle [Hotel, on Friday the iith and Satur- day the 12th., and in CALGARY, Queen Hotel from Monday the 14th to Friday the .18th. BOTH PARTIES AVON THE SUIT STOCK BROKERS MADE HAUL IN SASKATOON Saskatoon, JS'ov. four hundred 'and 'unny-iour thousand dol- Jara at London today at 101 were secured from the city at 9S.15 by the Wood Gundy Co. of Toronto. ,.The dif- ference ia.oveV five Hundred dollars.'. TONIGHT An Evening With An Illustrated Recital by .5, ,..Mr.E..S. Williamson The greatest Dickens Scholar Canada. Assisted in. Musical Selections fay Miss -Margaret Fraser and Mr. L. H. Wilkes Auditorium Central School. Commencing at 8 p. m. Prices HOLD AUTOPSY ON THE REMAINS Claim and Counter Claim Both Given in Court At the Supreme Court yesterday at- ternoon the suit of G-. Stubbs veisus Erastus C. Pyle on a promissory note of was in favor the plaintiff, but'the counter" claim for damages put in by Pyle was de- Ho.uys: 9 a.m. to p.m. Xo one ruptured see him. p.m. and 6 to '9 fail to go and Corpse is Two Years Old Coroner A. who yesterday. with .Sergt. -payments promptlv with of the. Serst. j the one exception. Six- j Mr.; Shenherd called man the .the man are "too.old to be those oc BURN HORN CASE UP AGAIN Supreme Court Hears Tangled Land Deal Aired The suit of Booksbank. versus Burn and Horn occupied the attention of the Supreme Court tills morning until two o'clock, when court closed. The case was noc quite finished and the yers on the case will forward their addresses to us Uce Harvey by -November 15, and-judgment will then be given. The tangled one. Inj September of 1909 Mr. BooKsbank, of England, bought'seventy acres'of land southeast of. this city-near D. ney's larni. Mr. Hanumond acted as bis agent, although Mr. Booksbank was also present when the deal was made. Messrs. Book'sbank and Ham- mond believed W. C. Ives and. D. J. Whitney to be the sole owners, but alter agreeing- to pay ?1SO acre for the seventy acres, and paying 000 of the purchase price in cash, they, discovered that 'they could not get a clear deed as an agreement had oeen made about two years ago with Messrs. Horn and Burn of Calgary to -the property. The suit -by Mr. :pnera cauea several- wit- of limbs and back the only prove that the auction sale! ones of their land in the Wrid tam-eHher the deed of the land or his It is always good news for the-rup- tured of our city and surrounding dis- trict to hear of the coming amongst us of Mr. A. Claverie, the distinguish- ed Specialist from Paris who, during the two years that he has been in Canada, has already relieved and cur- ed isb many unfortunate sufferers. The name of Mr. A. Claverie, and the unexcelled merit and value of his Method; of his marvellous patented Apparatus are too well known now in o.u'r province to speak at any length -of their superiority. Everybody, or nearly so, is Acquaint- ed; with one or several persons suffer- Shepherd represented- the and W. C. Ives, the defend- ceding vi liauce Claverie, during his The matter of the counter -claim Clarerie bv Stubbs seizing PvleVwl11 shortly moke to aur. will I horses and farm implements on Wbe a Precious opportunity for.all..-the lust 22, 1910, and selling them ruytured to S'rasP 'without tion to satisfy a 1' The defendant claimed that Stubbs i was very unfair in seizing his goods mean for them the be- ginning of a new life. ALL ADVICE IS GIVEN FREE in the busy harvesting season, espe-'f Abdominal Belts for women and men cially when be bad been meeting models. .Elastic Appliances for weakness and de- AUCTION SALE .Household Furniture and Potatoes November 7th At 1.30 p. ni. and evening- at 7.00 o'clock. in the Williamson Block, near The People's Drug Store, Westminster Road, North Leth- bridge, by .J W. L.WILSON, Auctioneer. K Instructed by Henry Renfeldt I the following without reserve: Bed springs and Mattresses Large quantity of Bedding Curtains and Poles 1 Couch 1 .Writing Desk t' 3 Tables- 12. Chairs'- 2 Rockers, 2 Stands 1 Clothes -Rack 1 Washing Machina 1 Wringer 1 Ice Cream Freezer 1 Bell Organ, piano .1 Sewing Machine. 1 Edison Phonograph f 1 6-Hole Steel Hanga- 1 Heater, nearly newy ".i; Dishes, -Kitchen" Boilers, and -a'-great many orther arti- cles too numerous''" to men- tion. V About 15 tons class potatoes wiH be ;sold in cpian- titles- to 'suit the purchasers." WVL. WILSON, Auctioneer J TERMS CASH, AND 685. Nicholson' to -have properly there was a" disappeared from the W. D. Whitney advertised ;ood attendance, and also that the horses and imple-' ments brought good prices, consider-: APPED CHILDREN FOUND T- Till JJA.iVt-0. UVUvitUV'l" Branch in July last.: In his opinion the j ing the dry season. There were no -.bones .have been- where they were witnesses called by the defendants ;iound, anywhere two years to j Chief Justice Harvev considered [our years. A half or the _ body was that the plaintiff had not been reason by ten. inches -.of -silt washed [able in seizing the defendant's" chat- down from the coulee above. Al-ftels at the- time he did and .ordered -though, ther found almost., all the to pav defendant f- T i >r K T even- down to.. bones, and also" the difference between1 alosher, 01 -Linden, ifound no sign of shoes or boots or-Sttie amount realized at the sale (about believed to have been kid- ValUe ?50UO. -Messrs." Horn and Burn were sented by S." Jones of Calgary, the plaintiff by L. M. Johnstone. arid W. St. Paul, Nov. and Albert Mosher, the lost children Minn., U Ives was present in wnltney's interests. Mr. Johnstone called his and Mr. Mr. Books- and a'small snuare -brown overall ;is- .sued no order The skull has been taken1'charge 'of by the: Mounted police .and will be ma-de by '.iii prder to as- certain about; age'T'-tHe remains really are. -Parius-' Miller, -.'81 years old, of N Britain, Conn., is 'believed to be the oldest man in" the, state lo take out a. The real" value of the chattels was set at Capped. by. Italia, tbe he were found by They .had been A Chinese has invented a locked up in rooms'" jaf a saloon. the girl ivas a man whom the police call an -Italian labor- with The girl was crying bitterly and straw braid of fine duality -12-times-as rapidly as by, hand. Ivory may be bleached in a'bath-of unslacked lime, bran and water, after which '-if should be rubbed "with drv- her wails assisted, the police to find her. They broke in the door or the saloon'and then-demolished -several other doors before they discovered the place where the childrVas hidden. The 'boy was.uin an Adjoining room. No special charge as yet has been laid i the stand to get his version of the case, but it developed that he knew very -little about it as Mr. Ham- mond acted as: fcis agent. Messrs. Donnan, Ham- mond and Arthur Barnsley gave to the-.present value of the land. ;Mr. Jones called Mr. Burn, one .of tne defendants, -to the witness box, and a mild, sensation was caused by the production of a certified cheque .which was as pay- me'ntTor the seventy acres in .dispute, and- which .Burn, and i-iorn .agreed to about two years ago: Mr. Burn stated tbat he has always been willing: to pay for the tana, nrriich statement was denied by W. c. Ives. Chief Justice .Harvey, stated that -he :wisned to get away on the .three o'ciocK train so would not be- able to listen to --the arguments of- the coun.-; sel in tne case.. It was therefore agreed- that Mr. Johns'tone and Jones would prepare their .addresses and forward them to Chief.- Justice .aarvey. Tfle-'judge stated that it had been proved to "his satisfaction tca-t Mr. did not know that he could not get a clear title when he signed the agreement of sale. Makes the Hair Beautiful At last a remedy has been discov- ered that will, positively destroy this pest That Dandruff is caused by germs is accepted by-every sensible person Dandruff is the root of all hair evils SAUVIA will kill the dandruff germs and remove Dandruff in ter days, or money back. 50c a bottle Alberta "Driig Book-Co. "Large of.: the newest s in Mouldings. Cerrienrt T. PUEAJSED WIT Quebec? Nov.' O'Connor, Ivf. P.. of "the saloon passengers at Quebec.'for Li.verpool on the -steam.-" er Empress- of -Ireland. "He'-'spoker-kt1 Halifax train; lor.'. Quebet-i Setore leaving -Mr. U'Co'n'nor'! as-'Mgliiy satisfied wi'tb. his '.tour .in the "United States and Canada :-aiid.. was "encour- aged by .the rasuJtts of. Ms-- -campaign in the interests of "'Hbrne- Koile for. Ire- land...- hunter's license this season. Means a Great Saving to You, But a Great Loss To Us. We The Room, Therefore We Have to Sacrifice Prices All Moline Plowshares and be sold at Eureka Drill and c j Open and Dutch Garden Potatoe Planters Each Corn Planters wr; r.v Potatoe Fountain Sprays S5 75 Cyclone Hand Seeder 51 TWO USEFUL ARTICLES Combination Anvil and Consisting of Vice, saw vice, drill, regular vice. Very useful on a farm Belt The belt is laced "by this machine wit.li small steel hooks. Once sewn will never -pull apart, Less than half time needed to sew belt than taken with lace leather and a neater job. The on! v machine that will save time and do first S10 90 w I WevU D J TL' Kead Ihis Then Come In and Look It Over Open Buggy With genuine leather cushions, 1 in. "steel tire. 7-8 in. axle, roomy seat, trimmings, double reach, heavy i shafts. All Wag-on as axles, skeins, reaches, single trees, etc.. going.................At- Cost DON'T WAIT until Spring to buy your machinery. Buy now when one dollar now will purchase wlutt it will take two then- Stndehakeu Mountain 2 seats. IraTiiTr cushions, side and end springs, 1 1-4 axle, giifmintoed 10 carry 3500T fiuocl with very heavy trces. yoke and nolo. Regular price Studebaker Half Truck 1-4 steel vT1 axle, o in x 5-8 in. tire, mountain brake, extra: long- reach, trees and yoke, built for heavy work. idar price SSSaOO One Horse Business 3-8 in. steel axle, Oregon brake, wing boards on box. fitted with spring seat. Regular price Now SO ;