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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 21, 1013 TTTK HERALD Pace .5 Standard Furniture Company The woman, who studies economy and effectiveness will appreciate our value in Cretonnes, We are showing a large range of new colors and designs. A car load of new Dining Room an Den Furniture sJust arrived and is placed on our floors. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY On Saturday we will soil u full size -.Mattress filled with No. 1. nllv white 'Got ton i'clt, covered with u very. pretty Art 'Cotton, regularly' sold for SI Saturday special. S12.00 We are always pleased to show you our sfoek whether you'wish to purchase or not. Standard Furniture Company I'onrtli Avenue Opposite Court House TAX DIPLOMATIC INGENUITY TO PHEVENT INTERNATIONAL ROW OVER MEXICO London, Oct. 3( inquiry Lundon shows the here that tLc relations bflvwn Kr.gland America have not so serious as they are now over Mexican situ- ation since the Venezuelan difierences. 11 is generally realized thai nothing in the-'actual condiliuri Ot internation- al affairs in Mexico bta'Jld drive Eng- land ar.d America aParl. cause the slightest breach in the most triendU relations, but the appearances indi- cate the situation as Loldiuj; more potentialities lor troupe than anj I known in tbe last twenty years. Proposed Winter Street Car Schedule Would Provide Better Service All Around Twelve Thousand Miles From .Ceylon yet every package of "SALADA" TEA sold in Canada has the flavor, strength, and fragrance, of the tea as it leaves the plantation in Ceylon, This is because is sealed in lead and moisture- preserving its delectable deliciousness BLACK, GREEN MIXED With wiuUr "almost olticials of the: street "railway ilepartimnt 03 on a U have tVo-Jeaturcs-a quicker service and A which uill combat tbe snow storms. Jladlfal are ur.det der- ation in this connection A four car service'.'for North Letliliridxe by Hie and lines; service two minutes faster on the Commission to Investigate and Report on Scheme for De- gree Conferring Powers TO BURN OIL AND CARRY HUGE ARMAMENT S. Queen Elizabeth launched at the Royal Navy. Dockyards New Amendment to Alberta Laws anj treasurers of agriculture exhibition associations are to bo to furjilsh a guarantee bond- Support the Jewi. Winnipeg, -Man., Oct. Win- nipeg Ministerial Association whose Edmonton, Oct. amendment JB upproved oy lading oner's act trovidea that the of in towns wtolona white line and a o) CJJCS o, oyer 2S fjo0 fnaii placed In' cured, his passed a strongly worded the semc-e :to Henderson 1'ark, sub-, 0( ijeutenanl-Governor resolution of protest agpJnst the char- in Council. Tho Medical Profession act is an- stitutioi; instead a stub line service from the corner of Cth Ate. and 13th St., east lo about 'IStli St.; ,o Ucq ,he K lo these are some ol subjects for examlnatUm-ln the bands at Klev j r r of Ihe Fenale of Ihe Unlvereity of Al- drawn .up u) one i ot the. department. I berta. rv license to practice get of ritual murder bro'jght the J6we ot nustla having particular reference to the trials now In profrrer-s i. The charges are de- _____ ics or the of witch' raft and black mafic. 1 fcr six months, providing that they do Mcaie wllhiri iwi-nty miles oi any Heal nrr.rtltfc.ner. L-Dl- stead of 18. minute as at piese A joint red and blue service will he installed aoii !hc route changed con- Kdinonton. Ihe result siiicrably. Starling at the Hudson's othpr medical pwr-ilL'nner. compromise the act respecting Rav comer two cars will run east to A clmsc is added to ini Jaigary ilejlh-g wlin the the depot, up" Third north on. -evsicy prcvidlns ttatBodies ol question of degree-coufeKlng rowers. 13th St., N., to the Xorlh I.ethUidje. i erscus who die m pubhc Institutions was withdrawn In the Legislature to- on 13th St., lo the ivhiil: arc no' claimed by re.ativej by nr.-Blow, 'member for South of 61h Avc., and. 13th St., nr.ay ho turned to the university Calgary -who had it in charge, and a thence west on Mh Avc. to 5lh St.: suluorltles lo he UEEd for analormcal resrlution. Introduced, by Hon. J. R. anil alops St. to the Hudson's p.irr.'.spf, and lor ir.strucUnn and re- 'Minister of Kducation. and It. will tatc 30 micutfs search, seioiided-ty Hon. C. H. Mitchell, act-. to mate-the trip.' Then two cars will iccl. ing P-eniier. 'was run over the sarhs route, in the op-j--------- tho icvernmeat'to appoint a corarnls- j posite direction, east on Clh lng arfifd f" I present ferepcrt to the next of the.-UBls ature; and upon Its f.nd- legislation-will probably he .in- troduced. "The government welcomes all pri- vate enterprises In HE'eftorl lo laWish educational said Hon. J. R. of Educa-1 tion; "aiid approaeh the cinestiori" of; whether Calgarj- sho'Jld as at prcsint. The orange line would be disccntin-; ued'oo Us. present route, ar.d wou'.d he placed on the stub line. In case of sport's, at the late it would make tl.c complete trip. at other times it [would mal'C the short .trip back and j forth on 'jth Ave.', cast ol IStli SI. IS I N'o: faster service can be given on clii line under schedule. The cars are run- as fast as proper care of Ihe "Play Ball" McGRAW and MATHEWSON, -IN-. _ "BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE" at the Sherman next Mon. and Tues. Auction Sale of Horses aad Cattle At tht Lethbrfdgc ON Tuesday, Oct. 28 a well broKen teams from t to S years oW. averags-aboul isflo pounds. 2 teams of mares from 4 to C years old, from 1100 to 1300 po'jnda. 1 team well matched 1 rising t years oW. newly broke 1 grade I'hcrson stallion rising S years old, well brolten to harness. A number of ell bred marei 2 geldings 1 and 2 j-ears old. 10 head or heifers rising 2 years old. good grades. 3 sets double and 3 seU single. harness; buggies, etc. Sale at Two O'clock Sharp 'TERMS CASH J.'A. SMITH. AUCTIONEER have degree-conferring power's -with ,vill permit. Thep cnir H. M. Tho Queen. EHzabelb o a novelty In .the way of a heavy battlesblp, burning notblpr but.oil for motive power and carrying -j. malu'arma- :Kr.l of ten fifteen Inch guna and a Jarfe. secondary a; maraeat: Slie.has been a year In building andJwill be ready CT Eervjce is another year. ORANBROOK CronbrnoV, Holmes, ..About-fLflr inembers-of taking second, and (J. Curwin Qriler of attended third. Shooting was Ihen.moveJ lo ilnir Klvtr, Bpent TDMUSiving I'rincc" shown is' ttie-opera hoiise the 500 yard range, .where H.' jn cr'nnbroolt. I Wednesday, evening. Four rows'1 ol- Hicks and A.-riowfool lorlirst TT: J.' Bell leaves Saturday'seats had bceu reserved- in the centre -prize with a score of 26 each out ol ,i-ht lor an' extended holiday in the- of ths hall lor the their a possible ot 3S." The. first-prize was cided that It was desirable to appoint.' jiecially in winter, considered that a commission to investigate the" whole the addition of more cars on the riues.Uon between now and the next route.-was the only "way to the session of the Legislature. Very j people. How. to do this without add-] commendable enterprise Irad been I ing more cars', to the whole se'rvice, by tbe people of Calgary In led him to consider combining the red 'pulling up their money for the insti-' anii bluf line routes, tiilion, and in Ihe way in which Ibe H is likely th6 matlcr will COTT.C I educational affairs of the cily had under the consiJcralion ol the strett. been conducted, and he thought that; railway coromiltcp of the cuui.cil at they would be able to come to some .as il t-a.s.''-M" frelt settlement. Short Notice of Auction Sale 'ATMII'T 5th AVENUE SOUTH, MONDAY, OCTOBER coiuitry .anil during his absence Bay field will take his nrsc- tew wives, all of wllich were readily sold, girtrn to II. ii. Hicks, r.s he. inadej A very enjoyable time' was spent bulls, Arlhur I'lowloot taking second. on Thanksgiving Day by- a larp.c hum- A. Hawkins and W.'F. Attridzc each her of members ot'. the Cranbrook :scorcd-2i for third prize, which was i HELD ON PERJURY CHARGE lleglna, SasU.. Oct. Uen- Jamin Thoroas and his Arine -we-re held lo the court Rifle association, amidst tlorious given to A. IlawSins, as he'maiie umui, ,.vj-: weather. The prizes were for tur- ter points. Tliere was alto a .booby i robbery case heard recently. K. 11. Mcljhec. is spending at the coast on business. "iicv. Dr. Ohown, of Vancouver, Superintendent of lhe.Motho-; tcys. The shooting commrnced at 10 prize a fine.larfe tuiiey presented i church in the west, will occupy o'clock in the morning at the 200 to the. member, who'inade the lowest' he I'UlpiToI the Methodist church yards range, standing, Percy Graiara 'ccorc for the day. Thanks are due to Sunday tsxt. [carrying oil the fust nrizc with A frovl'nclal .gpveinrcenl inspector n n lt> aD5Wor to some lime lhat a revision of the schedule alisolutely necessary. Building Permits P. M. Weeks will build a resi- deflce on Fourteenth street South, and Keel will build on JSOO addi- tion lo'hts Seventh .-.venuo.residence. Permits were taken out yesterday. 27th AT O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON Is Instructed hy the owner to sell by public auction and without reserve a quantity ol useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, nnd effects including: Oik Sliirtoard, Extending Dining Oak Secrctnirc; Koll lop desk, revolving office chair; SanlUrx, nnd mallress; Uirge' framed Mirror; Oak Dreesers and Standi; Ileds, sprines nnd mal'tresses; Carpets, russ; Kitchen Table; Kit- chen Cabinet, Refrigerator; Crockerr, etc, TERMS CASK Aucllonttr't Phones and o! 25 M'. J. Atchison andA. tl.e for Hie esce'.lcnt ar- rangements made for carrying'- out Messrs. Amos Hodgers, ol Bull fans? down, as time did able accoinnioilaticn lo'unl 'A and Jos. Peaviiie.. not permit Ju( shooting at tte kneel-. general nitwtiiig ol this association 'umber company, spent part of the ins position. The.first talc- will bo hold in the city, riall on iceV :n fhe city. jen by G. I'. TisMc with a score oi clay evening nest at at which H. McDonalrt has received 29 out ot a possible 35. 10. Ismay, O. every ir.eraler is asked to maW a i cs'liori of ins'pcitor over Hit Saddler a'crl- each special cltort to attend as some mat- 'ons-to be.made lo the 28 points, tic bring set- j ters' cf great importsnce will be at the St. Eugene Mission, IM by' z lire of 3'shots cadi at the brought lefuic the mccl'nj fcr discus- rrcsuHingv'in Sa'J--sion. v milts'.trom-hJre. You Will Shake Hands with Yourself arid eongriiFuliUo yoiirsolf on the re- sults ,of "your decision to let us prove to'j'o.u'tlie high quality ol' our meats md our excellent- delivery service.- Our Meats, J'riccs and "service are Popular with our patrons. .This-week .wo have everything on its in Lotlibridgo we have it. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET ,K. Cotiltry, Avc. North is wee ton am one 452. Acr oss Just like having your own Meats and Poultry if you order from DelanyVLtcL They sell nothing but fresh killed south- ern AlrJerta grown The choicest in me land at Delany's Limited. Special k Veal, Lamb, Mut" I Spring Chi.cken... from the Court House ;