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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald, Thursday. August The University of Alberta Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesdav temoer JJist. AND September 2Sth. Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms, cal- endars, and Jull information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Stfathcona, Alta. CUT GLASS As a sift to the bride Cut Glass is always appropriate and pleasing. Our glass is made from clear crystal, beautifully cut and brilliantly polished, and we have some exceptionally handsome designs., Let us suggest a few prices: Water Pitchers, to Bowls, S in., up. Butter Plates, to Bon Sons, to Conports, to Nappies, .f 1.75 to ?10. Cream and Sugar, to 516. Olive Dishes, to Spoon Trays, Vases, to We will be pleased to show you these when you call. E.A.EWEKT JEWELER, Round St. ISSUE IN SPAIN GROWS SERIOUS farlist Meetings To Be For- bidden-Catholics Pre- pared To Fight San Sebastian, Aug. 17. A semi- official note received here today char- i acterizes as utterly misleading the intimations published recently in the Osservatore Mano in connection with the demand of the Vatican for the withdrawal of the bill introduced af- fecting the presence in Spain of reli- gious organizations not now in the country until such time as the law permitting non-Catholic bodies to dis insigna of worship is passed. This note says, tort, that the prm- FORT GEORGE TRIBUNE Only newspaper published at Fort George the strategic com- mercial and geographical centre of British Columbia. Fort George will be one of the largest cities on the North Amer- ican Continent, because it is the natural supply point for an in- land empire immensely rich in agricultural land, timber and mines. Fort George is at the junction of the thousand miles of navig- able waterways, and on the line .of seven railways chartered and building. One hundred million dollars will be in rail- way building alone in the Fort George District within the nest five years. Send three dollars for one year's subscription and get the truth about the fortune-making opportunities for business and investment in the Last Great Metropolis of North America. Address Fort George. B. C. MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ON MARRIAGE LAW Banff Convention Discus- ses Advisability of Mak- ing Candidates Prove Fitness Banff, Aug. prohibition of marriage of the insane, the degener- ate and the suffering from disease of an or revolting character, has become a matter of the greatest urgency in the opinion of the Jledical Association of Al-ber- ta, and last week, at the annual meet- ing held in Banff, this problem of eu- genics was discussed at considers Die ength, and a resolution passed calling the attention of the government to the need of reform in this direction in the interests of better citizenship and physical and mental fitness. Doctors who took part in the dis- cussion urged the necessity of at least some steps being taken in the direc- tion of this movement for the elimi- nation of the unfit, and the plan which has been adopted by the state of Washington, and is under contempla- tion, by other of the Union, was suggested. By this legislation it be- comes obligatory upon parries desir- ing to marry to present when pur- chasing a marriage license, a medical certificate as to their fitness for the duties and responsibilities which they are about to take upon themselves. Let a Hei-ald Want Ad. Work For You Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ and You Wil1 Find A Postcard sent to the undersigned asking him to call with Pure Milk and Cream be promptly attended to A sanitary dairy has been fitted up, and one call make you a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Box 1867 Lethbrictee It was pointed ments in Spain has existed in the f sr r o: 1889. Second, the intention to I 'introduce the bill forbidding thepres-l washinganuans have ence of religious organizations cominiuiicated May 26 to Cardinal I J to the inquisitorial Merry del Val, the papal secretary of their own state, state, who at that time agreed there-' to and who has not since denied, that AC C he did so. Third, the King in his LUUillKl speech from the throne, announced I, that the bill and the reply voted by! the Cortes had heen approved, conse- quently the Vatican has been dealing with the Spanish parliament- as well as with the government. Fourth, Cardinal Merry del Val's demand for' the withdrawal of this bill was pre- sented only a few hours before, the I cortes adjourned. It was therefore! the design to humiliate the civic 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR hay in. carload lots. Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Box 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. 189-24 FOR wheat seed, Alberta Red. H. E. Miebach, Monarch, Alta. 207-6 FOR yearling and two year old well bred ewes; two. :lifee, four and five year old fat wethers; head of 6 year old wes; 150 kead of grade Lincoln bucks. Will sell on time with good security. P. H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana. 207-26 SITUATIONS VACANT competent housemaid. Apply Mrs. F. H. Mewburn, Redpath St. 204-O male stenographer for the superintendent's office Royal North West Mounted Police, Macleod. For particulars apply Officer Commanding R.N.W.M. Police, Lethbridge. 199-12 TO WENT ocoandn5 each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. p. Higinbotaam. 201-Q TO RENT-Nicely furnished VIOLIN AND VIOLA FOR heap. These instruments have been n family of present owner over 50 vears and are good solo instruments. riolin is small size suitable for boy i or girl. takes both. S. Wilkinson 'Box 3S6, Lethbridge. 207-6 for night work. Ap- ply Coleman Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 02-9 class dining room girl. Wages per month. Apply Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 202-9 at Lethbridge Iron Works. once. The 203-O gentlemen, modern house, telephone etc. Apply 425 Bartiett St. 194-0 I? airy room suitable" ror i gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Cutbill St. _ _ _ 191-oai TO RENT-Nicely furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school. S23 Coutts St. WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency property back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W R' Dobbin. 310 Glyn St. 172-O FOR room for rent. W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-O competent girl for gen-.__________________ eral housework. Apply 1317 Dufferin i TO rooms double to rent, Majestic theatre. ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-0 St. 205-O WANTED A small family. competent servant for Apply 542 .Bartiett St. 206-O FOR going picture frara" clerk with know- ing business, bridge. Apply Box 2003, Leth- 209-6 FOR large Victor Grama- phone and 40 records. Mahogany fin- ish. Bargafh for Quick sale. Apply 704 Courtland, after 6 p.m. ledge of book keeping. Apply in own hand writing. 0. 671, Lethbridge P. 206-O 210-0 good general servant Apply Nursing Mission, 530 Bartiett 207-0 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O TO room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-0 ROOM AND BOARD ROOM AND two gentle- men. Modern house. SOS Rogers St 207-f ROOM AND and sin- tie rooms with board. Every conven- ience. Modern. 1010 Ford St BOARD Phone 1036. Appjy house >ath, electric lights, phone. week, y. Call S3-1 Glyn St. Table board. servants for town and country. Apply Y. W. C. T. U. 207-c TO and offices. Ap- ply to the C. B. Bowman Agency, Acad- ia Building, Redpath street 194-0- for general ho.use- ______ _...... 0___ FOR for rent suit- work, .to go on' ranch "twelve "miles 1able for Sarage or machine shop. Ap- from town. Small familv. Apply 536 B- A- Cunningham, Rogers Cun- Bartlett St. Apply 536 20S-6 girls for front bedroom, east of Athletic grounds. Phone 479. 210-3 gasoline trac- tion engineer for threshing and Also 1 or 2 good farm hands 2io-6 jPawson Bros., Coaldale. Phone L. D. LAND ?OR SALE 120-6 ningham Lbr. Co. 202-O TO two room shack and stable. Close in. Apply 1st bouse east of Windsor Hotel. 205-6 OFFICES TO Sherlock Free janitoring. 205-6 TO roomed house, Duff Ad- dition. per month. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. Sherlock Bldg. 05-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS welcome thereafter. {SAME WITH OUR PJES ?RUIT LAND FOR nf the Lower AxTovr Lakes. opposite i and Gents' cast-ofi sure of a arm Deer Park, SO acres, considered the clothing, shoes, furniture, carpets, j choicest on_the lake, with 1-2 mile lake jewelry, musical instru' TO large double front AVIATION MEET Paris, Aug. of Paris for- I sook their beds last night and remain- ed in the streets until morning to watch the conclusion of the Great Cross-Country aviation race, walch in a Bleriot n and your house will prove no ex- ception to the rule, we are sure. TAKE A REST FROM BAKING TO roomed fully modern 1263 Bompas St. Apply Phone 206-6 frontage. Must sell at once owing to bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- ill-health. Apply to Chas. Swartzen-1 cTat wasons, horses and stoves. The hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson bedroom, suitable for three ladies or gentlemen, or sitting room and bed- Rossland, B. C. FOR SALE 201-12 OR during the remainder of the summer fruit ranch of ten acres on on FUNERAL RITES FOR A DOG; DROPS DEAD AFTER DANCE Mourning Owner of a Pet Gives It as Good a Buriaf as if It had Been a Child Hartsdale, N. her master as the only mourner, the 'body of Daisy a Spitz dog, which had.-beea a pet for fifteen years in .the home of Mr. ___ Mrs. George A. Woodruff of 264 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, was burled yesterday "afternoon in the animal cemetery here all the ceremony that might ac- company the burial of a child. Daisy had been able in her lifetime to dance and do tricks, more remark- able than .those performed by many circus dors. She -was exceptional- ly fond of music, and -would sit for hours intently .watchinj-a, piano while her master or mistress played popular tunes. Toys were supplied to the dog for her amusement, including dolls, teddy'-bears, and rubber balls. Every Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Wood ruff had a Christmas tree in honor of Daisy, and -there were presents of toys. Daisy seldom went out of the house, but was contented if supplied er and provoke a rupture under the delusion that such rupture would mean the fall Of the government, and fifth, that the liberal groups in Spain are now more united than while the Vatican impassively awaits the re-opening of the cortes. In conclusion this note says the chine. also in a Bleriot, took second prize, finishing a short twenty minutes behind the winner, although Ms total time in completing the course jis somewhat longer None of the Competitors completed the tire course. There was a momeni tumultous cheering as Leblanc government now intends to relv its own resources and that sures necessary to put an end to the on mea- conflict will be vote'd with asm. Madrid, Aug. enthusi- govemment today decided to forbid the Carlist Republican meetings which are being arranged to be held throughout Cata Ionia, August 28. The tone of the announcements of the intended dem- onstration was such that disorder ap- peared above Issey in the early dawn and from the height of nearly a quar- ter of a mile, planed down towards the earth and swooped across the line like a giant hawk, with the ease -and your table. You won't find body complaining of the change. City Bakery Ford St. Beside Fiie Hall "of beautiful Kootenay Lake in heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. Water right; (fine mountain highest cash price paid for live poul- room for married All modern Apply to the Harvard Tailoring i conveniences 330 Crabb street, opposite Herald office. _____________1101 Ford St. w i TO 206-6 sewing at Mrs. Vineham, 41S Coutts 203-ox i------------- Burnished rooms -'-b with use of phone ?8 per month each home. JS49 Orabb St. ?06-6" WANTED TO BUY AT. ciu small iruits. Two acres used bridge for nursery past three years. First land selected in .the district and the oest. Rierht on lairo 665, Leth- 205-6 TO furnished room in new. modern house. Breakfast or full board if desired. Apply 719 Crabb St. 206-6 FUR front room, Phone 1181 grace of a big bird. gratulated Leblanc General Brun con- heartily in the are en- for a was feared. Barcelona, Aug. l7.-The Catholic -Nationalists of the Catalonia gaged in active preparations senes Of open-air demonstrations throughout Catalonia, August 28 The proclamation issued by them the faithful to come to the defence of holy religion and the holv mother church. They refer to the accursed" government and abjure ready the people to come armed and to toys or listening to music. Friday night Mrs. Woodruff played the piano for Daisy'and she had a rag time dance. In the midlle of a dance Daisy stopped suddenly and fell Mrs. Woodruff summoned a veterin- arian, but Daisy was dead before he arrived. Orders were given to Edward J Renouard, an undertaker, of 522 Fifth avenue, to prepare an elaborate fun- eral for Daisy. The coffin was white and lined with satin. The toys with Daisy had been entertained Placed in the coffin beside her. MOTHER OF HON.JACQUES BUREAU IS DEAD sacrifice lives for the Pope has sent his blessing from Rome. proclamation terminates in these Exterminate the incendiar! of the government Before the cneering for Leblanc had ceased, Au- buren in his graceful monoplane, shot .Into sight at the very point in the sky where Leblanc had first Seen seen and following the victor's wake crossed the line and made an equally grace- ful landing. -ords Three Que., Aug. Napoleon Bureau, mother of Hon Jacques Bureau, solicitor general for CRT) ari iesof convents and the violators of us to overthrow MIS impious government." FARMERS MAY USE SURFACE President Opens Dakota Coal Lands to Settlers Washington, Aug. tends in North coal Anting recently withdrawn from bhc domain by President Taft have been opened to homestead set' Cement under the act passed at the session of congress authorizing agricultural entries on coal land. The to coal land and the right to Prospect for, mine and improve it is reserved to the United States, but 'the "urface of the lands is thrown at, Lne residence of her daughter, Mrs. L. Girard age of 73 i to settlers, open years. The take place on Saturday mornin the Cathedral fcere. the funeral will from D. T. Woodward, a pensioner of Argyle Lodge, L 0. 0. F., Napanee Chicago. He was the oldest' Oddfellow in America, BOW BLAND NEWS NOTES Bow G. Water son of a. Toung son at on Aug. 3rd. Bert who 'was called Home iy the illness of his .baby girl; return- ed to Strathmore Friday. J. Rush- more accompanied him. 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn iWest left for a short visit with relatives at Maple J. A, Donovan and daughter, Kathryn. are visiting relatives at Ta- 'ber. The funeral of little .George Rush- more, who died Wednesday, was held at the residence at Sunnyvale Friday afternoon. Rev. Henderson officiated and the body was interred at Bow Island cemetery. Rev. Wright will hold holy com- munion at the residence of Mr. And- erson, south of town, on August 28. Rev. Frank Hustler will fin the pulpit at the Methodist church. Mf. Hoaglin opened his pool room to the public Saturday night. A representative of the mounted police has been appointed for this dis- camping at the river for a few days under the chaperonage of Mrs 1 Needham and Baker have presented the congregation of the Episcopal church with three corner lots in block 25 for a church and parsonage site. About thirty-five men from Bow Is land and vicinity took the train Mon- day for Calgary to work on' the grad- Our genial painter and ex-marshal, G. G. McKinnis, has left Bow Island for Sask.' Mr. McKenny and family, who have ieen-occupying the .Waddell house, left for Saskatchewan last weet. Wm. "Matherly moved his family from forty miles south into the .building which he has purchased. Miss Gertrude Hines who has been her brother and "family, re- turned to'ner duties'as nurse' at Ro- ch'ester, .Mini.' BLAMED Portland, service officials hare obtained direct evidence that'serious forest'fires in the north- west have been started toy men who lately procured employment as fire fighters. It is believed this became a com- mon practice in many places. The of- ficers are trying to Implicate several gangs before obtaining any arrests. Suspicion was aroused when men who had fought one fire appeared about another near by. The usual wage has been thirty cents an hour. shore (boats all call -hen flagged) telephone serVce and graded road to town, th-ree miles h half home and climate located 6 or 7 room house, give price and terms. Apply Bos 28, Herald Office. 207-0 WANTED TO 2 or 3 good lots MS most profitable industry in Duff Addition. Give price and _ _ terms. Apply Box 28, Herald Office, j TO Small house with use of parlor and piano. for two. 113 Cutbill St. Suitable 206-6 FOR modern house Rogers street, very close in. G. A. Peat Co.4 Macdonald on Apply Block. 207-O on earth TO BUY FROM partly improved farm, reason- near corner 207-O William and Agnew St., one block east of Westminster. Rent Inquire next-door or 323 William St, 207-4 years; ?600 cash; balance i 3 per cent, or will exchange wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries, Mirror Lake B C MAJOR CASGRAIN TO BECOME 203-0 A PRIEST Distinguished Canadian Soldier Sails to Enter Religious Field in England Quebec, Aug. IS.-After a most bril- iant career as a soldier and member of the Royal Engineers, Major Philip Duperron Casgrain, of this city so of Mr. P. B. Casgrain, and a fcrothe o Hon. Senator Casgrain, ias Wdde adieu to the world to devote the "r. "f bis life to the priesthood, Major Casgrain left yesterday by the Empress of Ireland, to serve as secular priest under Archbishop Brindell, of -Nottingham diocese Eng ably close to market. Price and 'terms must be right. Apply Bos 29, Herald Office. 6 roomed fully modern house. Parties leaving town., Applv 429, Westminster Rd. 207-6 WANTED To pasture 200 head of horses; good feed; good water. For terms address Mason-Seale Co., Ra-ley. Alta. RENT 1-2 section of land 4 miles from Lethbridge, between Lethbridge and Kipp. Will rent on easy terms for a few years. Apply S. Wil- milch cow. Fairfield, S.upt. Experimental W. H Farm 207-4 by the day. Ap- ply Mrs. Kate Palen, east of Athletic Grounds, or phone 479. 205-ox TO seven----or eight roomed modern house by kinson. Box 386 Lethbridge. 207-6 TO airy rooms in one of the most .up to date houses In city nicely furnished, modern conveniences' Wifl rent reasonable. Close in. Applr 612 Crabb St. about the 1st September. 15, Herald Office: Apply Box 209-6 207-O jand. Major Casgrain's decision, was en unknown here even to his clos- est friends, and it has set the circles of this city agog. He ha: a -brilliant career as a soWier, ing in Africa and 'India. He is'a dis- tinguished linguist, and served as in- terpreter in Russia for tie British (Government. social had serv- DR. ANDREW SMITH DEAD Was Founder of the Ontario Veterin- Rev. Mr. Kerr, a western, man, an formerly of Revelstoke, will in al probability, accept a call to the Pres byterian church in Prince Rupert. died STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices yotr cannot pass us up. Yard Office Phone 362. Road Gen'I Office Phone 334. Is headquarters at Dr. trict and will make his at Bow Island. Miss Tallette is assisting Mills' drug store, Mr. McCalpin has been appointed night agent at the depot A large number of horses broke loose during the electrical storm Fri- day night Ben Waitney lost two, through being cut on the wire, and he had several others injured. The wife and family of Editor Cot- ton arrived last week to make their permanent home at Bow Island. I. N. Amblia is away on a business trip to Minot N. D. The ladies of the W. H. M. S. held a special business meeting at the church Tuesday to discuss plans for the coming year's work. The Alberta Hotel has again changed hands. H. Newcombe will succeed Landlord Parker. The girls of the T. R. y. Club are Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE Acme, CO. Alta. bunch, tc purchase or would take from 3.00Q tc to -winter on shares. Correspond ence from interested parties solicited at once. Wm. T. Shuttleworth, Gafrt? Valley, Alta., Red Deer District 210-2 brown mare, aged 6 years, branded" D- reveried' C on left hip. Runnimg with an Indian cayuse with a colt, re-ward for return to Leth- bridge Brewery. 204-O Glyn St. hordes, one blind mare branded AE on right jaw and the other a sorrel iorse branded Hx over hori- zontal Hx. Four feet -white and -white lead. Return to' T. 13, R 18, S. 10 N.W. 1-4 or P.O. Box 51L 205-6 I TO furnished rooms In modern house. Mrs. J. Lee Johnston 312 Cutbill St. 207-O TO room; bath in connection. Terms moderate. 642' 207-6 furnished, suitable for housekeeping. Apply for particulars to 515 ;Glyn SL Also fur- gished rooms. able for one or two persons. Tele- phone and bath In connection. Apolv in afternoon, 31 Arygle 3t 208-6 TO new five roomed cot- tage. Immediate posesslon. Apply to owner, 406 Torrance Ave. m% kuuM PER WKKK-Room in fira class house, modern, except furnace Apply 1212 Bompas-SL Begin Block. watch and chain between Jartlett St. and Exhibition Grounds'-on Friday morning, Aug. 12. Finder re- ;urn- to Herald Office or 431 Bartiett St and receive reward. 205-6 ary College Toronto. Aug. Andrew Smith, F.R.C.V.S., who has been ill for some time, died today. Dr. Smith -eight about 75 years of age. I halter trailing He was .born in Dalrymple, Scot- brand' land. He graduated from Edinburgh Veterinary College about 51 years ago, and through the efforts of the late Prof. Geo. Duckland, of the University of Toronto, crossed the Atlantic to continue his work in Toronto. He was founder of the Ontario Vet- erinary College, and under his direc- tion the college expended to its pres- ent important stage. the party who took the valise containg the third class engi- eers license belonging to W. E. Bu- hanan, return same to him a Uberta. Apply 522 Bartlett St. BY Lots 42 and Block 126. Price Address Rupert Hand, Winnifred, Alta. 206-6 MUTEL FOR Consisting of 22 bedrooms, bath and toilet dining Bar Sunday, Aug. 14. dark rown horse, aged about 10 years 1.000. Wore a leather long heavy rope. No Suitable reward for informa- tion or return to J. T. WUlard, Taber 210-n ed, all in first class order. Choice lo- cation. Must sell owing to ill-health or will consider trade for Alberta land' Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland B C. 201-12 CANADA AND WEST INDIES London, Aug. Royal Com- mission which has -been sitting for he purpose of considering trade re- ations (between Canada and the West ndies has concluded and the report be presented to the home gov- rnment immediately. DECLARATION OF DISSOLUTIOf OF PARTNERSHIP We, William H. Johnson, and Tolle M. Huff, both of the City of Lethbridg m the Province of Alberta, former! carrying-on business under the firm name and style of Johnson Huff a the City of Lethbridge in the Province or Alberta, as Real Estate Agents, dc hereby certify that the said partner ship was, on the loth day of August 1910, dissolved.. All accounts owing to the partner ship are payable to W. H. Johnson who hereby assumes all liabilities of the partnership. Witness our hands at Lethbridge :he 16th day of August, 1910. j H. Johnson, T. M. Huff. 210-3 SCRIP WANTED Want to buy three pieces of South African Scrip at once. Address Lock Pox 361, Lans- ford N. D. 2D7.-6 WANTED A few more teams to haul gravel to the city sidewalks! Apply G. HOLE Redpath St West PUBLIC have sold out my interests in the Hop Tate Co. restau- rant and bakery, Raymond, and I wil? not be accountable for any bills that are due, as that is in the contract with the purchaser. Go. Raymond 2G9-f ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Evtry Day at the RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK STORE HOTEL FOR 32 roomed hotel furnished. Choice location. License paid to Jan. 15, 1911. Will sell cheap to close partnership. Apply to E Q ti. barrister, Rossland, B. C. bOTS FOR We have some fini building lots on water and sewer at snap prices. Some are onlv open for a few days. Let us talK it" over with ou vou. 544. Glyn Street Sher Notice To Hunte rs No hunting is allowed Vii ttuy OI rne on any of the be law. Ray Knight, Raymondfllta x Southern Clty ryan ;