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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November A BREAKFAST IN CEYLON i not bria( jreu >aore cUlieious cup of you your own table by It it tW world'i at ha finett bill-frown Cejrtoa-in Maled lead BLACK, UECN w HUE! HAPPENINGS AT BUSY BARONS O- So Says District Court 'Judge tant Case Heard at Edmonton BaroiE. ..Vita.. Xcv. THinm of near Granura has beta Rpendlng a few at Bsrocs oa business. Ruth Cessness is risitinir rel- atives in LcthbrMgc :or two or tbree days. The first ot the lecture course will fce given at il'f Methodist church in Barons on .Monday evening, the 55th. One of the lecturers from Uie University at Edmonton vriM be here ana his subject will be "Ch-Mtlis- try in its relation to day lite." Jliss Dsjmer has jutt returned from a.two.wec-ns visit with friends in Micleoi and his iafcen her old position as assistant postmistress.. A. D. Cummlng leit on Tuesday jiorning on a business trip to Flag- Hqne. B. C. R. P. Mi'.lard specl Wednesday and Thursday of this week in Calgary buying stock tor the store. Mr. and Bridgemaa anived on evening from Indiana fcn'd have raored into Mrs. Brldge- min's house in the soulli side o' town. Mrs. Bridgcman ivIN be remembered here as Mrs. Wm. Hatfield. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fiaser Tuesday afternoon shopping In Lelh- bridge. G. B. Moir was up from Lethbridge Tuesday. A. M. Huk-binson of 1-etharidse, a couple of days -here the first. o! the week and is considering up a harness shop here. TbU is one thing that Barons and we bellere It could be made a profit- able business. George Knterilutf, who used to live Just soutli of Barons, was down from on Saturday calling on old friends. -Mr. anil Mrs. Me K. Welsh 'visited over Wednesday and Thursday at the Joe hone iu Lelbbrldge. Tho F. A. Fistirr Umlly have icovei into the J. .1. house. Jen.ks' was up from Barnwcll on looking after business Judge Taylor IB reviewing Ibe said there was reatonibto I r- it j doubt concerning the Identification of important Use Heard by Trudeva. um' place, there a remarkable coin- fact that accused bud ________ obtifnej money from Bagley on lot !2S-SS Norwood, and that Trudeiu Miuenicn. Alia.. -Vov. would hive paid out money ins Cecil MCD.MM! to serve two )y at the same lime on that Identical years in the -Mbttta i-caiteaiUry on u seemed to the court the each of two cbirjes ot obtaining man who dealt'with Bigley must ciraey under folse uNtences. Iho sea- -havo been the time man who defraud, fences to run concurrently, Judse ed Trtdeau. Then there was tie Taylor In the distlot court ot Edmoa- similarity of the writing of the rain ton ESld: jwho signed hlmjilt Hujiell A.-Mc- It It were a fact that a Urge nura.JDousat and tie writing o! the bcr o' tho real eslilo men of ihlsjcusei. The Inter "u" was lu city conducted basinets along theji peculiar fubion in. both cases. lines followed by tho sccuted, tbea There was. therefore, to Iho court's ail f csn say would be uec- mlad, no reasonable doubt but that essary to greatly extend the atcom- the accused was the man who bad codstloa of the Alberta penitential.1' sold the lot to Trudeau. j McDougall-ran amuck the law In' Regarding the Bsgley case, Judgo connecltdn .with his efforts to sell lot counsel for McDou- JS-SS. NoraooJ. a parcel oMsnd he 'al a most ingenious defeat did not own. to John E. Bagley and shape of loose InstaMs Tred-au, whom lie defrauded oi aelhads In vogue araoas the real es- SH and respectively. He utc mEn of .the city. He dared say milted hsvlnc toi-lugs with the for- lh" a consideraWi amount of prop- i "but declared he had not seen had hands in Kdmonton 'Trtidcati until three months ago. when lie having been looked tho case startej iu-the police court that .thousands ot such trans- I t actions had -gone through without a Joseph .V. Car, appears for. One Iru5lcd" ,n (he gooj ,se referred at lenRih to Mc-ifaUh anj ioae6ly 0, O.hcr> 3nd deallnjs with Bagley.saylog ,0 ,ba[ while such oight reflect on the busl- ifrs. Dr. and Jlrs. R. E. had then considered tbat he was en- we're among the shoppers to tilled to dispose of the lan'd it he last Saturday. Mrs. C. W. cared to do Counsel added thnt IliMto in oa'at least a third of real estate trans: high character of a great many of the afternoon. actions ccrriecl on In Edmonton at" r, ,j. Mr. and Jlra. A. Campbell, who live! that time (during the month of.March lt ev'd nt Uiit west of Barons, are the proud par- of this had been conducted this fashion. Judgo Taylor Interrupted to remark'. ents of a boy who arrived at theli borne on Monday. Dr. Porter and two daughters that, there vras a differeuw. In the to lly acted the-other way In showing honesty, it further proved the character of a great many of the .real estate'men in''tho city and made trustworthy; ifter nr.iilns. Mcbougal guilty of charges preferred. Judse Taylor the counsel if hft had anything Clarke'sGlean-up Sale Continuer all thisi more activity, greater assortments and bigger savings than ever. A Satisfactory Selling Event-- A most, advantageous Buying Event --A determined Stock-adjusting Event throughout every department of the store. Any Hat in the Store WORTH UP TO 112.50 Any Suit in the Store COAT SALE WORTH UP TO }W.OO OPERA BROCADED CLOAKS PETTICOATS 513.50 S35.00 53.45 Worth up to J25.CO Worth u? to JSO.OO Worth up to The above lines are so'me of the outstanding features of the Sale, but hundreds of other equally attractive bargains representing unusual savings await you throughout every department. CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PbBe453. Acadia Block y prior to sentence being passed real estate deal written upoa McDousal dented state- era rtivV home 'or sev- agreements passed between, the par- ment raado the Crown that he bad D and ttal had been confined for sk months in the In this inslance. jiM at Wa1kerion. and for 10 minutes Iw i i Mr' Clark IepliCti 'bal wis a touched upon various points connect- three or four days on account of sick.! method of doing business, but it nees. Mljs Ruth Gessner and Miss i bad been the regular- way In Edmon- jn reiteratin charge of the i lcn aj the'time of the alleged nj Judge Taylor took issue, saying: "I tral MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS POLICE CHANGE SHIPMENTS OF CATTLE A DEATH MacleaJ. Nov. tho fact: that the municipal elections emphaHr: ore In the oSins..prospectlTo TO TAKE ANOTHER IMPORTANT I POSITION IN THE SALVA' TION ARMY New Ihous- Ms. assertion that .the', datw'.BhoV a decided hwllancy about, peojlle lAUTIQNSALE ON Tuesday Nov. 25 ;.At. the Sale Stable Horses ISODlbs, 4 years1 old. V-.1 Mare. 1400 Ibs. 9 ycarB old. 73 Geldlcg 13QC "houlevar'd 'acd -atttstetl Heiman Leid- vacahdes but the chances are. covnt..of the efforts and .accomplish- -rflan, -alleging ho knew son-.ethiDg o! or the daVs of the Shogunate enjoyed 'bat of another. Tnideau one Patterson, M. P.'P.. and D. G. Mat. ah'rbad, snch .distinction as bedaed about was cartiiiiuthit accused eraWe interest in Edmonton. .Mc-jiKenFle 'will be renomlnated'and 're- It Is reporleil, Eya ftM, "the last it shb-. his Dous Prince Keiki, i In these later .days o? the. era _. enlightenment in Japan U is doubtful if- the average foreisri visitor or even resident aware gf the unobtru- EII Eire ciiElenre of a man who barely fifty years ago was the detacto riiler ot .Japan. is well known both here and in-elected by acclamation.. money for the Korwcc-d lot. whereas- Piison where he was .for a.Ume sec-j 'On tho rejuoyal of Sergeant Geoff- jad STTOZI: h'c had never, retury and-lreasurer of an lUilelic rey Dlslce of the R. .N. W. M. P. W J Jtn'e from which they declare the dy- for nice 'namite dealings' with Trudeau. association. Photographs As A Xmas Will keep the recollections more vivid, and comfort many a lonely ho-jr of teparatlon. Our studio is exceptionally equipped for fine portrait 'work. See our lire light picture! in stioir cate. an appolaticent todny. Allison The Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK' LETHBRIDGE KOFBES IS II .A LiBll NO LIBERAL DUCHESS, SO-CON- SERVATIVE FAMILY HAD TO BE RECOGNIED London, Kov. present" Lib- StaJid-Off, where he has beea placed in charge. Constable BalcheHor, who has been In office o! tho ilacleod an .njporl.nt Sfor .ome promat and it was coiiElJered uecwsan- lliat ._ kind of influence to bear on the sov- Chicego last week Maunsell Brother! wel, hoown Mng9 1 of Soulb'em Alb.rU. Marlorl OHn. to stand beside'tfae functions, and cpnlrpl honor.. he maids' i and "Shorty" Holder were la charge i or the shipment. At the flral annual meeting ot Uie tress of the rpbcg to Queen Mother Aleicandra, but. her position a! here on T..H. MUburn. the eventne Doctor ovniler ol lhe era, sovernmeat bu3.Deen comp.Hed even 1 taporurU; than th.t Apolitical-oPPownt in tbe pereon of ;nlficcnt country the ducbeas irlainmenfs of tbe ithe Duchess of 1 By precedent this poat must go to a. but as there are no Lib- oral dukes or Jt U of oc- i for years fallen to those of tbe other nolUkat faith. The bcsbind of the present mistress eer grain buyer. i A stalwart member of a -ac-> Iliat ii ettarilletiing a record for longevity faEsedfaway in.Owen'Sound on Tues- day when'John Oriflr, a'younKer broln. tr James. away. In '.his-' clghty-Rtveritn year.- who was a ver- IJAhlo Olitarlo pioneer.-was an uncle of Messrs, p. Curran Orler of Maelcod aiirl of. PaUon Grlfr of Letli- of MatleCMl Is now in his ninety-second year, while his fatlier passed nlne.ty.-elght when tho Grim Reaper claimed his toll. MASONS' CONTRIBUTION Nov. W. nro. W. D. McPherion, Drnnd Master of ijw oi llasona of Can- on'behalf of the Grand lodje, contributed Jl.OOO to.tho fund relief of the dependents and relatives of the lake victims In Uie recent storms on' the great laXci. AT LAST IN CANADA! the English Health Machine Which Instantly Stops Pain Do You Suffer From- RHEUMATISM; M B A G o, SCIATICA, DEAF- NESS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS', CONSTIPATION, rNDIGESTlbiV, or any.other I'siiiful Chronic If so, ttiink of il. A Health Machine by' which''suf- ferers can successfully treat them- selves right in their own 'home. No (Iris's and no need of electricity. This British invention, Ills- Vecdcc, now, introduced "into Cnnadii for the first lime, has behind il (he rccommeiuhilioii of thousands hcliially use to won- prescrilw il in their practice. Tha Veedee is not an Electric Appliance No Health Invention has received to great an endori-ment from.Its own- and at the Vet- dee. .Thouisndi" of mem- ef the nobility, cier-, of mbdicn! men, who ey and.-Medical Mare than one hundred thousand .of .theve ma- chine's have already btcrt sold In. of the world and five thouiand to Qualified Ce the Book ABOUT THE VEEDEE" It tells y'ou'ln the plain- est Iflngiiasc fell about this, marvc'ntjg invention and the thousands .of peo- ple who sing praise the 'not told at any .world- over.: Act now- When Uie "ten for of the booVa you will do. -well lo mention your trouble. It require.1 no electric current'and gives no unpleasant shocks. Ilaced upbti Iho af- fected nerve, mttsclc or organ, the Veedee creates n largely increased blood clrcul- nllon, giving rellet inslaplfv. Us gentle soothing action -r-surr forth a How of life, health and vilnllly. The Veedee I fit and only be piir- from the Voedee Company. MAIL THE COUPON TODAY THE VEEDEE COMPANY 216 -Bruner Block, First Street f Calgary, Alia f enclose 10c'.' Pteaao. sei.il tne pre- paid your book, '.'All About the Vee- Kamo Address H.W.I. plafrily.) Lung Trouble, Asthma, Indlflcstfon ;