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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 24, 101 THE LETITRRIDGE DAILY HERALD AUCTION SALE Friday, September 26th trt 11 o'clock inn. on the corner ot 8th fit. and 7th FRANK WADDINGTON It Imvorwl wHh lutructloct by Mn. M. E. Kerr, wto U leaving Lho city, to by BiKtloa and without reservt Household Furniture ud Dialog Chain, quit Dlolcc Table Sectional Book Cases good Oet Rofkeri, Uaulve Osk Morris Chtlr, very superior Oak noil Top aitei with drop drawer Manhattan Tjpsnrritef, Solid OiSt OHco Dining Hoora Carpet, Axmlnster Secure, H tolumea Modern World DkUcmarjr, works of noosovelt, 16 TolDmot; brwcb loedujg Bhotirm In ewe, by u c. Smith, Cii SsnltirT Couui Oak Dresser Stand Brass Mo'.intod Springs and Oatarmoor Statdlio: Triadls Santas Wlohlto, Curtains, Bed JJncn, Oblna, "Leader" "iujeitlc" fl-holo flange fa splendid condition; a quantity ot uoitUd Soilcn. ow. Sale vll'l commence at o'clock In the moralcj when smaller will te sold. The Furniture, Bedi, etc., will bo at tHo thcrnoon gale tt 2 o'clock. TESMS, OASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 4B3. "Mother was a beauty in her younger days Mother, muy smile dcprc- hi-r go lo the Ultle top and tnkc oul the precious photo- graph "loken before I was married." Chances are she will also tell you ol her nd- inlrcrs. And we can believe they were maiiy. What a priceless record of her youoger charms Uial photograph is to mother, and llodcrn photography can do. in- finitely to preserve tho -rec- ord o! yoira. The Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBR1DGE Good Citizens Dragoon- ed and Jmiirisonod Without Cause AT THE UIUTISH NAVAL MANOEUVRES Vancouver. B.L1., Sept c-Et bombshell in the Xanaimo tlcn tame wlih aensalloual suddenness this oveuing, with tbe arreat o( Mr. Israel I. Rulilnotriiz, a prominent Van- couver lawyer, magistrate for J'otot Gray, and Rhodes scholar, by special In on a charge of watching, follow! besetting and ir> n-orfcmoa, Mr. was recently reUSn. ed by the miners' defence committee to handle their caees arUtug out of tto recent stride rlolfi and wt-nl to 1 Xanatmo yesterday lo aciuafm hfm- I self, with, local conditione. He was walking through the streoiB of the coa! city under the guidance of two man when arrested by balf a dozen special consoles ar.U ilirown into prison, telr.ff refused LaiL Tho first IK-W8 of the arrest was quickly forwarded by a telegram from the accused to a local newspaper, which reade ag foHoirs: I "Having been by tho mln- IC-TB' dcCeuce committeo. 1 WER passing through, the public streets'under the guidance- of taro mon in order to ac- quaint myseH witi ibc locality of the riots. To my profound amazement I was arrested by six special cocsLabLts, publicly insulted, hurniJJafetf, and sub- jected to the grossest Indignities. It appears that I am charged with watching, following, ijeietllng and In- timidating workmen. 1 never or npoXe lo any workman, and the charge Is false, malicious and preposterous The magistrate refuses me bail, and I aci novr In jail like a criminal." use Teas of uncertain quality and value, when delicious Tea can be had on demand. Sealed Packets Only. Biack, Green or FKr.P t nn Enquiry. fS" COPY OF FAMOUS WILL THIS is Tt3 us? ul i forar full ONE OF THE STRANGEST-.CRIMES ON RECORD MINERS SEEK TO MODIFY ORDER i ho British mtr.QtuvrM art tho of the year for tha pooil tolk on coart. They rtrnunerattd to the extent of five- pounda for cf a torpfdo or iklff lovt In the Above wn B of some fishermen towing runaway tcrpedo to the blcnd cvt htr body Into teclions, which dropped Into New York hcrbcr, making ilx In all. pltce of the glrl'i llngtrlt wac the Aral oEue which Iftd to arrest and full oonitMlofl. confuoUd In tht ohurxh Sunday following the Majrath, Sept. 23. Vaughn cnd'U'. 0. Miller, operators of pool halls, received their last Fal- urday ercnlng from the depattrnent t of rounUipal affairs, F-Mir.onton, the. j government dlsrejcrding the largely signed petition forwarded last month (to the capital; praying the authorl ties to withhold licenses to the afore- parlies, on (lie ground _ (that pool halls Mere obnoxious to a, Mich., Sept. majority of tho ratepayers of tornej's torMhe Cojper Mining com- i the municipality, panics..were served -lasfN r.ijht. with This puts a .new phase 01' th copies ot a' nfot'ibri'W modify the muoh.discussed r-.nd EtuVjornly fought writ of inlunction issued by'Circuit! case, and the matter rests wh 1 Judge. O'Urien, prohibiting the the of the council. At per strikers from interfering ivith their last meeting il WES inilmatid men working ia the miccs. Four days j triat c- 5100 and lic'-nsR te rntst after tlie service of th; impostd, but the pool men ate loth CIRCULATED INDECENT BOOK New York, Sept Ken- nedy, publisher of "National Tloputa- was arrested at tbe instance of Antiony Conutock, pest office In- spector, on a ciiarso of having sent an nilecent book tlirough tic mall. Ken- nerly was released on ?1500 ball tor examination ou October 2. J Elri iltcltai ErtC'jtlli tut ty TIU. is rr it Trtnaij, 1910 SllfO, tO BECUPO ly Its fcr Ml last fell In ot ua 16 tLu rsjisit, Is hi? jrmraa tt-a ttroBt? The copy of the lait will of Fraser, the Midland octoginen. Ian, which has caused much dispute as to who should bs his heir. It ll now In the surrogate court at Barrie, although It may be transferred to the High or Supreme Court before long. motioh' tdorc- E hearing IE helrt. is-probable that arguments heard- Saturday at Crystal Falls, Iron Coimly, where Judge O'lirien is holding eo'jrl. united m declaring that il such an esorbilcnt tax' is asked, they will again it into the courts. Opponents of Mr. Miiler and llr. Vaughn late indeed resisted the Tlie attorneys for the operators j granting oi licenses in a manner claim the injunction is r.ot intended courage at least, !b most I to prohibit pcacciul parades in' the5 adtnirable. They have Sought a good streets and tl.e attorneys lor theilisht, tint a losing'one, and It would Western Federation of Miners will'seem that, inasmuch as thck'pelilion ask only that tlic injunction be modi-'has heen fjuifless, the most satisfac- fifd to give the permission to picket, which they regard as law- ful, even oa tho property o! coTipati- fes whose- employees are on strike.' It is expected that all of the state infantry now ia the strite- district lory solution of the .would be the imposition of a licence which considered bf the courts a reasonable or.e. This seems to te the gt-ccral feeling also. Xo hint can be learned as to what action the council' take nt its special session sometime this wce'i. It is understood, however, that Eoir.elh'ng tanpitle will at list be sent home within the 'nest few days, leaving only the 200 mounted men. John L. Lewis, organizer for tho: he docc In the .matter. United Mine Workers, is on his way here to assist the strikers to carry .ON A SERIOUS CHARGE Reglna, Sask., Sept. hear- ing of Benjamin Thomas, charged with itenllng or having received etol- tn property. In connection with tho post 01 tics robbery hero Mrne "weeks ago, occupied tbe.entire time ol tho Supreme Court this morning. Tho caso continue icobably moat ol this week. David Cards, a pioneer of Huron township, ia dead at Kincardine, aged Kellogg's Covers Canada Ask the average woman this (he favorite cereal 'of Canadians? And she will reply: Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes Sho is right. Trade returns prove that it is (ho most popular foodwilh the people of Canada. MAYOR LAVELLEE IN WITNESS BOX GIVES INDIGNANT DENIAL TO STORY ABOUT SHER- BROOKE STREET EXTENSION Montreal, Que., Sept. 23. "I thought the price wa1) too oVar. llicse .words Mayor Lavcllce, glv- i ing evitfcocc under oath at the lar.d icouity this morning, expressed his opinion ot the SherbrooVe strrct east land purchases hy the city. i But Mayor was quite cxn- fident tliat tim city would he reeoup- cd. The additional land bought hy Monlreal to (he extent ol 100 lect alonn each side of the new street would be greatly enhanced in value loncc'lhe improvements were finished. He did not sec why it should r.ot i double in value providing the bu i ness wetc properly managed. I' Dmlng Ihe rr.ouilng, in- jdlpiantly as had been inferred 1 by a Montreal ncwepaper from cvl- i dEnce glvrn -yesterday that he had tipped off a proprietor a conveni- ent moment. "H Is an atrocious calurr.nyTn he Ehoutirf, ind he was likewise em- phatic In the stttement that so iar as he knew no undue- influence hod been brought to proprietors POPULATION OF LONDON, THE LESS. Ixxndojv Ont., SftPt. Is re- ported that the population incroase In will bts shown by mcnt department's flnal figures to tie. roady this week, to he 2000, and ncrcal-3 In asseisnvnt about a tnll'.'on and. a Quarter. The front'Section of has aa automatic lift top. The broiler .or toaster can be placed right over the top of the fire stooping, should know dl about this and a number of other exclusive patented features before buying your new Sask-alta Ranges everywhere by good who back up our guarantee !i on this splendid range- LONDON JORON1O MONTREAL WINNIPEG ST. JOHN HAMILTON GALGARY SASKATOON CALQART -ttlll" SOLD IN LETHBIUDGE BY THE STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. ;A ;