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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 T1IK LKTUUIJinUS-: n.MT.Y IHCUAU) IVit'ay, XovcK'.iier 11, OF bJEtlHhbiUHIONSISM WE RIM -VSTKU Household Furniture Corner of Sirtvt anu U At ten o'ctccX a.m. FRANK WADDINGTON favored Itf-m Mr. C. A. to sell by public auction and uiihoui reserve tue eonioms o[ his wot I furnished te.-idouoi1. including: Set ol dining ohalro in early EpgUsh Oak; early buffet; ulnin? table to match: spleudid china cabinet .ivith leaded slass from; Doherty Piar.cforte in Mahogany Case; Inlaid m ahogany ladles' s ecre- iarie. mahogany setter, uphol- stered m siik tapestry; Igilirs and gt-nl's chairs tcntch; sectional book cawa; occtsion- al chairs and tables; Ottoman lounge; JIorrEs chair; Lung backed mission rocker; dc-ii furniture; Asmlaeter 'rugs and quarter cut oak dress- era and stsstjg; pent's ciiiffcm- ler, Wheeler acd Wilson toad seeing machine; br-ds, springs, .hair waitresses, "Fav- ranse by Firdlay kitchen" uiensils, china, class, crockery, pictures, etc. 'Owing to the large number of Iota, this sale will commence "promptly, at 10 o'clock in the tnorni ntf. Tfc e heavy fur D i- tura will be sold -la the after- noon. Tha aactieneer requssts a prompt TERMS, CASH Terms vriii be accepted on the pianoforte if desired. Refuse to Act Until the Elec- tors of the Land Declare Themselves Nor, ivb, tas Nov. The i.ues- ti'.iy oi .-ufir.iio cd at tte Dcu'-al Vnion si Lord Ko'corl .'ret.ea hero luilay. tried to i the parliamentary to men. The maltrr staUVi! by adoption ol JQ ma' i this frupubed vhs di-pptdrnt the ex'prf.Js S.HK-I of tie electorate. A resoi unly three pledginy the I'ttioiiiat parly to a ct ihr payment of meai- jbeis of the fco'Jsr oi jary of 5-.OC-0 a year. j The Fraiu, the toat which fcas jama farthest north, and south, oc the tiret vessel to p-ar-o Uirough the Pan- ay of meai- HI fommou's. Mem- V aw itcoivp a sal- IlUj jTHodoQ, Man., Ni iHharion, cbargeil. with thp attempted train ncari: S.nrjrdrr oi Austin Hill, fami han-j, i was. in tl Ciive, Alta., NOT. Flyr.n, w Thror.c, who was being laifn by Prince Albert, Sask., Nov. Michael Charles Kiel tor. convicted of FARMi-HAND SENTENCED Brandon; Nov. j was found guilty at Ihe tall assizes 'here this afternoon oi Tritli intent, and sentenced bj- Mathers to fire indicted bv_. the gralid jury oil couats at'tompted 'raurrJer, wounding 'Vith intent; and unlavfullv wmrcil- siin_m IDC i was found guilty of ihc he ha3 been smce the osd jcurr murder o( her baby, having also halt fcitlfil ber husband, created a Nov. 'seasaiioii this morning on the Stet- Jng Clivo. the lavatory with au V-rc oa October "11, is up for trial alundsM, holding the before Chief Justice 'Mathers to with her ptcvtnt any at .1tc fall.assizes. .The prisoner lias attempted escape. t bit-way, when the I tfeti iLiUcteil on three counts; first, Human, vhi> is s-Jddetily fclct- i attempted murder; second, wouailing ea the foot, the door. with intent, acd third, unlawfully to, ihrpaeh ihb g'assi. I with the girl to her H, A. is defending, hiving jdiesa, piilled'hctseH the win- beca appointed by court. j.doM "and dropped to the Lop, the accused, niet him There wild to stop the e CJrar.d 'tTiicn hotel, ar.d is train and the pssseiigets a to asked the latter'rtild rush to "fieri out'how to dp it. cents.1 refused The train cjnie to; a standstill general quaere! ensued, duting haH a tniie was backed tu it is stated Wbarton struck where "the noman was found praclic- e times over the heart with a "ally uninjureil and ahle to walk" lo but that .was all. The" Uain t was delayed about 35-minutes. started from" the local jail, when he. a break lor :hlrrty Sunday tuoroiDj, is agdia in the grip oE the. lawf Iiai'ins heen recaptutcil at what, is known as Mindon's Kerry the Sasiatcfcanau river, eighteen" irtiles (mm the tity: moccassins ami an hat and. Mackinaw cost which lis se- cured from Indians; and carrying a lift? stolen frons jail, he walked right' into lite amis oE T. Parks, both beicg taken by surprise, Kroit-' .er-was heading for H. Hindoos hcuss for Eoniething to eat, bad" nothing -slucc -Sunday rab- bits, etc. -When be ciiiergrd around; the nf the barn he came fare to ia.ce Guard i'arl-rs, ia the opposite 'lie made co resistance. Kro irr now face two charges of atteipnletl fscjae. He was tv.o years' in tie. local jail i prctcjijcs at near when he made break Tor lie is a Cleiuiau, :about '13 PRIVY.' COUNCIL' DISMISSED APPEAL Lanital, NOT. -14.-w-The Privy cit Hits the ap-' r-eal o[ lie Radial raitwa.vs versus Uio'Toromo Corpora- i tjon. tlie proposed deria- lion of the railway.- The -reEiiH a' forcsone ccnclu- I sion after tbe reapondenls ivcre not Ladies and Gentlemen 1 hereby offer myself as a cv.udiiMe for Hie Muyor- ulty mid respectfully solicit your votes and influence. 1 sland on my ten years' record before the people of I.ctlibrid'ic in public ciiplwrilici-, 1'resUlcnt of the Agri- cultural Sucicly. I'rcsiilcnl of the Hoard of Trade and Mayor cf this Cily. In Ihe of the lits.t (WB nnmud, the rocon'.j show the progressive measures taken ami the things worth v.'hile accomplished. As Chiiir- man of I lie Failis and iioul-jvnrds (.'uiriiuiUcc, of tlic Council, i endeavored (o make I.elhbrjdge a clean, beau- liftil and pleasant cily. I claim-the honor of having been Chief Executive of Leihbridge during (he mosl impurlanl years of its history. The people had decreed, (hat the City should spend over a million dollars for improvements in 1912, iind the council did it. llight in the middle of the work (he bottom started lo sag out of tlie money market. There had been no note of warning. Hill (he council (iitishec! the work in spite of this handicap, "and gave a dollar's worth of work for every dollar spent." A man who can give (he cily dollar for dollar wlita there is plenty of money lo spend, should be able lo make good, when the money basis have to be jeal- ously guarded. Such a man should be able lo prac- tice economy and gel the grealesl amount of work done with a minimum of whether it work or merely'getting (he best out of what we have. Should you honor me by electing me Mayor of (he city again, 1 am in a position (o give my whole time to the work and shall always endeavor to keep Lethbridge i the most promising in Canada. ANOTHER YOUNG WIFE WILL j CASE 1 The late Gecrgo McVicar, There is a man who makes shoes for children and sells them to stores all over Canada But he is only just learning how people buy. Mrs. some way: us call her Brpwnn-'phpiie.dr to him; and -asked.him buy Browh.; Picture Browa now among the throng at the "Children's Underwear" counter. He asks for L'pdcrwear for. a child.of sir.. He looks it over help- lessly. What oh eirth does he know about Children's iack of anything better to say he usks: "Is (his good The answer is short and.gujte conclusive "It's a well- advertised line. That short word says- everything. Brown pays his money and goes home, quite satisfied with his purchase. Now'what bothers Brown a manufacturer.of shoes, 14 this How would it Affect the purchasa of a child's -shoes if.the silcsmin said "They're Nobody knows Brown's shoes. Brown doesn't advertiee. The iiaime Brown signifies nothing when used in con- nection Villi children's shoes. The SKiesmafi must use all his psrswiaiye wiles-lu induce people to buy them. Tlie point is If.the name was as aynonomoiis with Children's Shoci is -Wank s .13 with Underwear, wouldn't Brown sell more with less tffort? icaiM en to rculr ta'the appellants1' .Utliur. Onl., IiimliBnnan. .ina_ 'arguments Mrs. SlcVica-. who w.aa .'Misa. Hcten I Kick, o: Toronto. Ho dioa in J Naples recently .on, bis honeyif.oon, Cleaving thrcfr-quarters of his ealate, Wlilcli amounts to nearly a million J to hts bride of three lie was 75 and silo v.-as -15.1 the blood relatives of McVicar arc altacklng -will, Hut i indue lofliience svas used to cffrct the was a real mar-j The case vrill be tried at ttit Port Arthur Assizes In December. QUICKLY STOI'8 WOIIS1 BACKACHE' Tt lutmtii ciH KIDNEY, BLADDER DIS- ORDERS AND RHEUMATIC PAINS VANISH It you E'iffer fftth liackachins kit- nev trouble; havojl63sagreeablc blad- der ar.d yrinary disorders or are tor- lured rheumatism, stiff joints, and heart-wrenching you win ie surprised tow quickly and sure- j- relieve all S'jch wis- ny. H right in. thrungh the walls, and linings, cleans out and FlrtT.gtl.ens the stopped up or- gans, neutralizes, dissolves and makes IN CHARGE OF SOUTHERN PAC- IFIC TRAIN ON ACCOUNT OF STT.1KE the kidneys sift out-aml filter nway the uric acid sand poisons from the b.lcod, and leaves the kidneys and ir.ary organs clean, strong, active and you have Iried. K Is practically irn- to tafeu Croxone witliont re suits, for it alnrts to work Ihc minute you lake It If you suffer 'with in the bacV or tides; if you are nervo'is, tired, and bothered with urinary or have any troubles or of kid- loa'l anodicr nuedlcss flay sul tlircttle, a train on the. Southern 1'a- cific railroa'l, whose cnsincinca and trairjir.fjl are nn strike, rcr.cheil Xcw Orlfans from l.sKayclle at eleven o'clock '-tliis locenoon, nnoilier lie move their crops. Members Secure an original package of Crox- ,hc cxi-hin7c will have n met lave dene. how quickly ,H will end your misery. Croione la Inexpensive-, and every druggist In authorized to return lh' train, declared to be adequately manned, Ml lor (tic west. Sugar producers, who'-C tlantAt'ons arc alon? Southern fcnr they may lose Iro'.n possible failure of of rclitf. Union cdiciak snirt that irtould the fiovcrnircnl need Southern I'acific move the strikers IllrtlTI! .woald man them if the company shttl. AUCTION SALE, TUESDAY, NOV. 18th 1 .HORSES team Hay (Jeldlngs, ago 7 anil 8 ytara. 1 team Orey Oeldinss. age S nnd a jtars. tc-arr. age 'A iinrt 4 years. 7 Mnrt-s' and zw J lo S years. 1 Sorrel Hackney, affo 7, yearn. J Shetland Tony, age 3 ycara, CATTLE 7 Dairy Cows, should be In calf. 1 good Dairy cow, freiii, 7 jcara old. PIGS: brood Hrcil. Wassons, pnd SALE AT THE LETHORIOOE SALE BARfJ on Third Strjef South TRALE PROPS. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Ladies and Gentlemen The following !s my-platform .for Ihc coining year as'Coniuiissionti-of. 1. Slrict economy in all IMSCS. siiemlinj; ho more Ulan is iibsohilcly necessary in our present financial con- (iiiioji. 2.' THE and safeguard Ihc present syslcni. (b) Thorouglily inycsliffnle whcllicr can bel- ter our present, source of before spending any large amount on same. (c) If a hsilfcr supply and system cannot lie found and financed, Hint tin iip-'o-'hifc filter or sedimen- tation system be installed. (d) Thai Ihe .walermiiins he extended where ever Ihcy will pay, even if if will cut or reduce the present profils as it is an absolute necessity for the populating am! building of the city. (ioutl woges he pti'id to'competent persons em- ployed by the city irrespective, of what trade or fulling tiiey belong to. f At the earliest possible dale biive all proposed streets or other slruels throughout'Ihc city opened, wid- ened or flic r.nsc ifiay be. All properly for Ihe above extensions lo IK; purchased Hie cost of ssiine lo assessed lo those hcnefifling Ilicreby. 5. That a diffcrenl syslein be inlioduccd for Ihe or laxiiig on Improvements, i. c., lliiit !hc improvement nrea he broken up info smaller parcels, and that in most cases, each block be taxed fur the. work performed thereon. Not as heretofore, where flic gradiugcfor Ihe season, whether in clilfcrunl pnrfs Ihe cify or not, were taxed alike, so much per fool front- age, giving no consideration lo level ground or making no higher .'isscssmenl for enormous cuts or fills, j 6. Endeavor to procure the necessary railroad cross- ings -with safeguards between the different ports of tiic< riljV fhrrehy doing away with isolated dislricis and contcnlraling Ihc cily logelhcr. 7. Hnsh lo an early coinplcliqn the snhway on 'J'hirlecnlh Slreel. S. Completion of till work slarletl on slrcel grail- ing and bonlcvanls. The qitcslion of good slrcels lo be. given Ihe biat of attention and that as Hie cily finances arc brought inlo heller shape we pave or Ihc more im-' ]iortunl slreels, and as far ns possible allcvialc dust, mud and snow nuisance. 10. Will stipporl any legilimalc means of bringing {D ami establishing manufactures, as make. n niamifacluring ccnlrc and you give eniploy- menl; make. Lelhliriclgi! a rnilrond cciifn: and you 'do Ilie sanu'. Having Ibn population, yon inakn a iniirkot und a finding cenlre for Southern Alberta. 1 respectfully solicit your vole and influence, A. FRAYNE ;