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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. -October THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 CAVE BUFFALO POLICE A LIVELY TIME AND MADE A CLEAN GETAWAY Toronto. Oct. Tintun returned yesterday with Win. SmHh vm arrested rewnily In Rochest- er at Ihft request of ttu, Toronto po- lie's on a charge of escaped from (he Central Priwn Form. Smith created a sedation one of "ulftlo's Jlreels beforo his ftrreil, when three- Buffalo officers at- tempted to take him Into custody for 1be Toronto He fcroXe away from the detectives' grasp, and after snort run jumped down a. coal- cbule lu ihe pavement. After a tew minutes SimtB frcnx 'he chute and surinrlEtK] two women silting Jn I an auiomobllo by jumping In wd i endeavoring to use the car to ecape j with. women, however, ty their eaun drow tfae attention of a pa- au io ;IntereslinS Story of the Suppression of a Book Giving the Inside) brlnj him to slaudstill. Smith tura- T i- r it II- .1 A i T-.I I ned. laughed at the exited officer and j disappeared by Jumping throutfi window or fashion- tblo residence.' Hesebinic Ihc third! History of How Hatmsworlh Acquired a Title Oct Is rauch i returned from s'.orv of the home, he escaped Interested in a nil dropping iDto tbo limbs of a tree.; publishing Smith's daring of a to tho Buffalo police. worM. aiiU lla! :le agitation In with the Imperial icea. and start, j i ed a. tariff campaign and ho-.s" a little i dally, luppostdly the Dally Mail !on the fence. Jle goes on to describe J tirln' aunounced tlie appear-! an interview between baronet ar.d setting fool In llo'cheEter. auce Tuesdav of his editor. are discussing an I H IE eighteen since Smith bv John KeMc Kell. who writes under (editorial on the b-jmtng topic ot Mr. -other tho Prison, lhe pen name KeU. Thl, j Farm. Thy other maa was ROOD ranghi in Toronto. Elxperience IB the assistance au executor can bavo In administering an estate .to the beat advantage. Why not lake this Into cunildera- !Uon when appointing YOUR executor anil trust the adminlstration of your e.Mate to a resiwnsUjlo Trust Company whh many years' experience? Booklet containing necessary information refiardiog wills, will be mailed on request. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Ao'mimiUitor tht UETKBRIDGE, MACLEOD. CALGARY, WETABKIWIN 270 Eighth Avenue Wett, Calgary, H. A. Howard, Miniger did uot attract any attention until the dav.the review copies were sent out and an Interview with the author ap- j pearetl in an afternoon pai-cr.. In hJ3 [talk the public Informed tfcat lie although fiction form, Tras a .biography, of Jvord Nonhcllfte, the newspaper magnate, the object erf i which was to.set in tho e.reB of the world a. grtat ntzii who had i been .consistently Tlie author asserted he was qualified for the because- -tie saM, "I have known him and- .have with On Monday the no- Ulfled r.ewBpapep .and maKazinc-s that the putilfceHpn ol the bock had ibeen rind a -request was 'marie .that the reviews he v.-ifhheld land the coplea of the book ret'irced. j The notice to one- paper went asiray ihov-evcr and a two columi; review- of j the book under the caplton "A literary outraRo appeared." I Then curiosity became plaited as j to Trhy the pitblishers or tho author bad p-jhllcatlon. C. F. F. CONVOKAnB. Esq.. K.C., I'rcsWeot J. M. AITKES, Esq., Vlce-PreaWont. _. DIRECTORS: Join Hornp, Esq. II. W: CLurcb. EIIJ. Dr. Stewart, s. Ball, Dr. W. S. aalbralth: 6. H. Mlnw, Make Use l- To as ecu tor or Trustee of your own Estate; or of In "which you tre Inlereeted, To InVeat-Your or. AjireementB for Sale; and to make ill collections on lame lo you.' To take Entire Charge ol your Financial and to hindls same tor i moderate commtiBton. To Act n Treasurer of Real Estate' or other as-' Trustee Ui any matter where It Is necessary that conflicting Inter- -Tbla Js fast growins Corporation ivhtch .will tSmo on, lo be. of ID estimable service lo the men and people of this city. and. and Kill Jn addition do mucb'" -.wards .lip .up-btiildihg of The British Canadian Trusts Company A Progretilve Home Cempiny Conybeire .Block Alberta llffo In the United Staffs 'and could not have the book. vas If pub- Kshera and author suddenly 'and spon- ianeouely changed jthelr _ or Influenced .-by -Lord reriresentattvea In !f tbe-lat-. ter was .IhB "catel the cbarcler 61 the book' which ffas geuer- aliy selected by rtbosc read the is one giv- ing- account', .of how.. "Lord j Lop Sony who vras, then a; pewired R peerage "from a .iqohaeryafrve govern- mpnt. o! .wfcich Right' Hon. Balfour was then premier. i The author describes how a states- tnian; -who4s evidently. Jos.- DROWNED MAN'B-TROUSERSi WERE'l-ULLlOF i May Have Baen Suicide'But'There's. 1 Siiiplcldn-of Foul'pla'y.' 'Vancouver, With lha troaser legs lied (ttBl-arpimrt les, aad stuffed from lop to bottom with coal-to roate'a .sinV weight in water, the body'of man ivas found in Durrard In-. let this morning. The -corpse was first seen by Capt, Bess, of'the tug Point Grey, The man iiad been-falrly editorial Is uolnielllgiblo aJid htm the blunt fjueslion as to what It means, "Arp you for galnEt the tho editor. 'The proprietor auJ editor then In eitence for' 10 uifuutes wdcn sud- denly the telephone rlflgs. Lord "Lon- don" answers the'calt. R Is premier Balfouranrl be asks fxjrd "Ixindon" (o dlpe with t'.m nt Tlo-A'nlr.g that of Ihe dfncer fceiwec-n the j and "Ixjadou" shows, though not In'a verj siLibtie manuer, lha latter for a peerage. talking aiiout honors less thaa-a peerage. The newspaper owner Is standing out for a peeragft or nothing otee, and quotcn the honora tlat "have been bestowed on other newspaper one of nMcb. Is BeresV which1 evidently Intended for owner of the Bally" Telegraph'." Eventually Lor.don ftcurps the peerage on condition that alt o! "his papers "support tariff leforra, one Btl- piilaUon b'elog he will be able to an- nounce on highest authority that jhe" proposed1 would not increase ihe cost of food. Besides this'chapter there is one which gives an Account of emissary of Premier Bilf6'.ir LcrcJ at his country placebo spvind him fOJid.wlcdi.in4 melaphjor, over-a gatno jofl golf -on tbs private course of o the, neVspappr" p'ro'prletor. The" emissary] more modest honors, how EO und so was well as so with the and "BO'B wlfol Prepare for the Winter By giving your house a coat of our special ouuidc Paint, fiuar- anfcted to all condUioriB, -.f Repair That Broken Window Tern not noticed aU the eummor. Cold tyinds act AS a gentle We supply glass and Brighten the Home Br room or tvo. We'earn" a large BlocV of Wall Dei) Icr any room. EVERYTHING FOR ''INTERIOR DECORATION" Alto a line ol Tints" the best ItaUomlne on MarVtt. WELLINGTON BROS. FAPHRHANQERS PAINTERS KALtOM.NINQ AND DECORATING lenct: lOti Streit S. Phono H72. Store: 310 Sherlock Building. Phone 1752.'" well andrhls tody had been in the water Ii'nd oeen'placed in'tae t has led to a suspicion of Youl al- though as yet-. no have been found on to'lend further color ib suggestion that tie dead map had been wiUi .and then .tbroTFn. Into tho It ll that .he might have fill- ed up with coal himself In order to Insure'dwith in an attempt BtiicJde by drowning. The Guarantee That You Get the Best That is what these Trademarks mean to you "D OYALITE is the registered trade name for The V. Imperial Oil Company's .puire refineii kerosene. This oil is absolutely uniform, gives no smoke or soot, and is the best-oil obtainable for general lighting and heating purposes. RAYO is the trade name of the best and most inex- pensive lamp on the market PERFECTION is the trade name.of the best oil heater, bar none. Owing to the unequalled distrib- uting facilities of The Imperial Oil Company through- outtheDominion, you can get these goods everywhere the small country store as well as in the cities and towns. You are assured of best light and most heat at lowest cost if you use Rayo Lamps, Perfection Heaters and Royalite 00. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited Toronto Montreal Wjnnipeg Vancouver; Ottawa Quebec Calgary Halifax St. John Regina "r-Saskatoon tltixu in Jf Arttfkemi die DomiaiM PAID 200 PER CENT c FOR THE LOAN OF Evidence Which Got Nctorioug Loan fihark a Six Months' Term. New York, Oct. H Tol- man.-the notorious loan shark, wae of violating the fgainst'uBiiry arid sen- tenced to Bix-tnontbB in the pea. The complainant, K cterk (esifiec! (hat he had palfl fatercst at Uio rate ol 200 per cent, a "year for Ihe uee .ot JlO for three months.- The defendant said be had conducted Between forty add fifty Joan, offices tnrojgtiout' the United States. "ThiB Is the most flagrant cane of itry tnat has ever come to the atten- tion of this courU'1 said Presiding Jus- tice Keller. "Tolraan, you aie a moat' miserable yaurer." arrest on charges were issued Borne years ago In Mont real-ah tie was csTofnl to Keep out. of the: juris- diction of the Canadlan'ccmrts. VANCOUVER MAKES BIG' SALE. Vancouver, Oct 9.-MD1lr Comptroll- er Baldwin, was to-day noUfied by Brown. Shipley and tho 'cltj's London brokers, of the sale1 of OOO'worth'of 40-year per'cent de- bentures at P5. Considering everything, this ts look- ed on here as very gopd. Vancouver's overdraft in the hack' htvs already been pretty well pafd u'p with-two and-ii haVf ,miUIoa dollaTs lax collectloh'ldurlng the last, few weeks. SKIRTS FULL AND THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAIKER, ri.C.U. FtctWtni 4UXAKDER I.AHD. JOHN 4'BD. Aifl GiiHn V. C. RROW.V, SuperintcDdcnl ot Weilero MfUAL PUB Iff, mm FUND; TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS t ihe annoying a difficult, rfiu it s of obtaining favlt- pbroarf, in plants iJcniificAtuy) a difficult, i on all Ihr. rounlries Tithe world, in frartts, kronen, clc., can bo cashed or jmrcliafd.l nl rulet. W. Branch R, Uno iheilaleat.tnoUels rooms of Old this sta ti general abandonlcs? of the by the kadctB of fubkm In 1 PKrfi hai niturAllj- M to ft.-fnJtor aboiit TJat prett The cooking top is burnished by: a special, making the surface perfectly kept: clean without blacking. This point appeals strongly to 'the woman who prides herself on a highly polished range. 1- The cut shows a double duplex grate, each section of which can be operated independently.. Another good point about these grates is that you'will have no dead ends in.your fire. This fea'ture is exclusive to the Sask-aita and patented. If the Sask-alta had no other lead- ing'features, these are sufficiently, important to in- vestigate when purchasing your new range. Saak-a It a Ranges xe who back up our guarantee on this splendid IX BY THE ;