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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The LethbrAdge Daily Herald. Tuesday, August 2, Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL R. A. Wright and family have re- turned from the east. .Mrs. J. H. Billington and daughter. of Winnipeg, sister and niece of Mrs. G. H. Johnston, are the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Johnston, T.17 Crahb street. Mr. and AW 'Maisie. noon attend a. family reunion at Guelph, Oui., and Mr. Bowman and daughter will visit in Halifax for some time. The marriage of Miss Mary Esther Delaney of this city and Christian of Minot, North .Dakota, will be celebrated quietly at Wesley church 'by the Rev. T. P. Perry, Wed- nesday, Aug. 10. Miss Estelie McCa.nl. nurse. ISO'; j Fifth street west, left on Saturday for Letnbridge, to join the; staff of the--Daimy private j Herald. fo correspond with the framework to which the screening is attached. The seats are wide and long enough for two, and each morning they claim several "pairs of chums" who take turns in "pushing." A swinging bar has 'been erected for the boys and is in constant use. Before the summer is over other amusements will be added and'the new playground will undoubtedly ibe a popular rendezvous for the city's children. FERNIE'S GREAT WILL HAVE GRAIN BUILDING FEAT The Remaking of a Destroy- ed City-a- Wonderful Record POSITION OF FOR SHIPMENT Southern Alberta Will Have More Than Expected Calgary, Aug. great deal more grain will be raised this year in Southern Alberta than most people Let us .see what they have aceomp- i anticipate, said Fred Dowler, of the Aug. was two years since the people of Fernie i comnieiieed to rehabilitate their city. J Jished in that brief period. Alberta Paciiic Elevator Co. The i The people of Fernie have erected j crop is a partial failure, but there- BECAME INSANE IN LOCAL HOTEL Spring Coulee Man was Very Violent-Police Over- powered Him Herman Johnston, a prosperous far- mer from Spring Coulee, went vio- lently insane in his room at the Dal- las Hotel last evening, and for some it.ime made things warm for his d lireproof at an average Crisis Isidences averaging a piece. We (as Mormon country there is a j may assume ihat the value of thfj Ver-v fair and also around Pinch I contents of the fireproof buildings ;'L'r Creek and Cowley. Madrid, Aug. Liberal press j at !east t.qual to the valut, 0, thc. otliciaHy denies the insinuation of the j buildings and that the value of the' Vatican that it only demanded the] is oquat to oae-luilf j withdrawal Of the bill prohibiting iur-j Iind j in two we have managed.! asjaiu to the extent- of! friends and those who tried to paci- fy him. Finally the police were call- ed in and by the joint efforts of Sergt. Silliker, Const. Freed, and two friends, the unfortunate fellow was overpowered and taken to the police station. Johnston, who came to Alberta j 1 a veat. ago from jnjnoiSf suf_ nriurnrn A TO IT cr i fm'd a sunslroke some -vt'ars ago and UtMULKAio Al otA rweivwi anolhc'r loudi of this .Minneapolis, Aug. Lind.i ,ther religious orders until the cordani had been revised and alsoito i-ju points out that the bill in question j did not violate the concordant a TS Fo'JpSx i, no, I W'k rteu Und sJi; r; bu> m (nab kicked on its saddling clothes graphic notice senr of his nomination. summer, and became his mania taking a religious form.. I-lis friends were taking him down to his lowing the Cardinals. advice of Position Outlined bpams acquimi sonu. stature. The city j secretary of State Sciim.ill said he I has insiaUni the most perfect water would accept 'the certificates and fjl- system in the province. There is an ing but would not place the name on Victoria Chanles R. j -----v UUL IlUt I lit? UilUjy .Mitchell, attorney general of Albert.! Sans Sebastian, Aug. 2.-Garm unliraj.cd supply at a pressure of 80 j with Mrs. Mitchell, are spendins the minister to loreigrn {0 The SqUaK. i fairs in an interview To-day in which; holiday at the Bmpress, Mrs. .Mitchell inch. Fernie owns t and power plant i intending upon her -husband's return reviewed history of negotiations Jnd dlstributine system, its! to the prairies to remain for the sum- Between Spain and the Vatican, de- mer in Victoria, Hon. Mr. Mitchell is BASEBALL SCORES streets by electricity and that the Holy See had a concili-: clieapor than the consumer cari mflke j a son of .the -well known Sheriff! atory attitude. He added. the gov-j it fey steam with coa} Mg j of 'Northumberland county.! eminent asked only two things, first.! feas purchased park Qf lgg and a nephew of the late Hon. Peter the suppression of the convents and acres the c; on onc side -Mitchell, one of die famous fathers of jmonastries which were in Spain ille- j and fs now for anorher I AMERICAN .onfederation. gaily, and second that the Pope, park shoulri authorizc tne SUP-! This citv has built a school 14 _ ._r 1Q1S faas bmlt a school J Miss Isabel Macbeth is home fronij press or transfer the establishments: a hall and a dt.v hall a, month's outing at the Waterton i unnecessary to aid the priests in their j Musil val lakes. where she was the guest of the; ministrations. The government i fered a year of transfer, which was desired by the secular clergy .Freeman family. whose H. Macbeth and -daughter. Miss Jes- sie, returned yesterday from Nelson, -where they spent a few days. that Cardinal Merry De Val, the Pa-' j pal Secretary of Slate, had adopted j Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kimball and fam-1 dilatory tactics from the first i as that the .democratic nominee for sovernor. is! rtl.i u m- This ,s too picayune ,ar old home in Illinois tor the purpose 'Alaska and his political friends are a rdical uon there, and Avhen in the city last nighi, was seized with this violent attack, the first Of the kind he has ever suffered. Supper had been brought to him in his room, when he fell off the chair on which he was sitting. His friends picked him up and found him limp and helpless. Dr. Ross was telephoned by the time he arrived the man was raving. The doctor could do nothing and called in the police. With his -hands handcuff- ed behind him and struggling and ut- tering screams that could be heard a block away, he was taken to the po- lice station in a hack. After a while he calmed down xand stood -quietly while the handcuffs were filed off him. This morning he was quite rational, with the. exception that he will talk nothing but religion. His friends.ask- ed that he be placed in the barracks infirmary until they made arrange- ments for his care, and he was taken there this morning. owns You Risk Nothing when buying because if you are not entirely satisfied with it your money will be promptly refunded by your grocer i WVA_ n_. TRUSTEES ACCEPT JBIG PRICE PAID THE APPOINTMENT! FOR FARM LAND thp fire itr sup- ports a paid fire department equipment that includes one three- horse team, one two-horse team, hose 0 5 and Mullin and .Scanage; Karger Carrigan. Umpires O'Loughlin and P. L. Xaismith and H. Macbeth i wrote to the city council last night j accepting appointments as trustees of j the sinking- fund account R. E. Slier-! cliasect one-quarter section just lock wrote declining to act on the south of town, owned by Jno. A. ground that he expected to -be away from the city much of his time. A motion was passed thanking, Messrs. Naismith and -Macbeth for; e Per w. w] for llinch at 10 0-clock> Manitoba had ICC Within SpVfTl _ _. Scott, -J. Anderson, W. Crawford. J. Smith, V. Walker, H. Mcllvena and sitrrvcd within seven (7) days from i this date. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY Hendry. THER GIVEN that all persons in-! The meeting was then adjourned debted to the Alberta Restaurant are j until this evening when further inv required to pay such debts to the undersigned within seven (7) days from this date. DATED at the City of Letbridge this 2nd day of August, A.D., 191CK SMITH CAMERON, of Alberta Block, Lethbridge, Solici- tors for the said Mali Tom, Choo Suey, Don You, and Choo Fon. poriant business will >be transacted. REGINA DEBENTURES OFFERED I.ondon, Aug. Bank of Mont- real issues tomorrow debentures of the city of Regina, oounds at 4 1-2 per cent. This is due probably to the last of the season. 102 for 7 wickets. Cotterili and Price commanded the attack for Saskatchewan. Matthews made for the home team and Lauer 3fi in splendid form. Price's bowling was very effective. Alberta disposed of the Winnipeg Cricket Association in record time, and the -best Winnipeg could -do was 29. Johnson and Speck did the trundling for Alberta, and 'Winnipeg could do nothing with. them. R. O. White was only man to make double figures, his score 'being ten. 59c 30 doz. Spades and Shovels, worth 25c Choice of 100 pieces Stone Dutch Cooking Salts. such Enamel Worth I5c. 3 for 25 C 00 Stock. H T. Berry "Bros. Prices. "Mauser Rifles Worth. -Si Ammunition, a hundred. Miner's Lunch Cans 2 for -S 5 0 0 0 Kemingron S37.50 Guns 80c Jones Shovels All worth buys value buys -1520 value Granite Preserving1 Tvettles Large size -Si.50 value Boo Strainers for 17 l-2c Parlor Lamps Half Price 3 Ti. m-u i ans Half Price Cake Dish Burglar Proof 835.00 Hamvnerless Cruns 525.00 45c Galvanized Iron Jars worth Bench Axes 65c Worth Step Ladders 5 ft. 70c 6 ft. 95c 50c Fruit Presses 25c Cocoa Mats size......50c size......75c Clothes Basket 12 a box See Large Posters for Complete List ly Sales Co. Closing Out C. W. GRAY, Lethbridge Open Evenings Tke Evey ;