Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Tuesday, August 30.1910. or the best at .a price, but positively (lie any price. Resolution Prevented Friction POLO COURT (Continued J'rom front page) Page Half Holiday To-morrow (Continued from- front the At the city, police, court this morn- ing F. Baker pleaded guilty .to dis- orderly conduct and was fined and costs. George 'Geddie, a machinist by debate also pleaded guilty.'to'a similar cfcarge] cacmnss m tne The police were called about three' ..Raise Salaries o'clock this morning to 1010 Ford At' afternoon session the street, where Geddie rooms, and found on salaries recommended him'acting iu an erratic manner. He. j stipend of the KcnersI supeim- had "been hiding under' feeds and be with for iner onf- as nfinnlp were house- and that travollins PV- MriVoWiU ad- Club noon of God-which abidah for-! even; that as in his word, God has! spoken to us bv His sou. we acknowl! edge Him as the -infallible teacher as! as.revealer of the things of God. f l rius carried unanimously. Thus queut. Nova Scotian should-get their ended the'long-looked for and tickets at once from-members of the debate about theological club. At two o'clock on Thursday Sir Wilfrid ar.d leave, for Medi- cine Hat, where they will remain un- corn- that superin- ing his head out as peo.ple .were, going to bed; later he himself house, that travelling ex- penses be allowed. All the'other Buy a pomicl packet, ami if you don'tiid it siipfeiior to the tea you have-been can return it ami your grocer will retu chase price. the east is not- to-be less than ordained single' probationers In the. west-ordained married men Si.000. ordained'unmarried and probationers More Lay Delegates The following .additional lavmori LOCAL BUDGET The Callies" and y.M.C.A. are en- aeavoring.to' arrange a football "-match for tomorrow evening. SR 0nnTr Autg- 3o1 jfcist churckV au S6'ono uere stolen K. F. Ferguson, who is leaving 'Claresholm for Calgary, was presented with a past-grand's jewel -by the Odd- there.' room of Mrs. Ethel Ml on the steamer der Grosse early Fric JSTEAMSHIP -Jewels valued from the state- r Davis. of Chi- aiser wilhelm .y morning 'dur- ing the steamer's voyfge from Bremen to this port. No trac4of the valuables has been found. in .the bathroom, few1 officers .will have a substantial clothes he had on and clambered up j addition made to their, previous al- ,to the'garret He'only unloofed'thej The appropriation for the door when the police threatentd. to of; an ordained married .-man in breah ic down. This morning- could what he was "d___, and had no idea "lie was "-acting so craziiy. He was fined ?5 and costs. Sam Kindrat pleaded not. guilty to blackening the-eye '.of his sister-in- law, and the evitlence of "several-wit- nesses 'was taken. They knew very, little English, and Joe Oswald" acted as-interpreter. It turned out that the.j assault was a part of a christening ceremony which ended up in 'big drunlv. -Accused was found guilty and lined ?5 and costs. Before-.Inspector West yesterday, after a case which lasted all day 'and which was' witnessed by a large num- ber of" -people, Thos. Stewart Cal- gary, was found guilty of-.a technical assault uppn Detective Sergeant.Egan in.the police station on Sunday morn-.i ing was.fined ?1 and costs. An' information was laid bj another Calgary against- "Bgan, charging the latter ing and causing :bodily harm by shoot him in the ankle. have been- elected'. the 'ecumenical conference': -Messrs. C. "D. Massey W. Flavelkv N. W. Row-, ell, K.C., Hon. G-. P. Graham, Jas Mills, H: H. Miller, M.P., J A: M. Aikehs, and David Alli- son, L.L.D., E. Sweet; T T> Trx At. T t R. stone, Hon. Geo.- Cox. There are twenty committees' waiting- to re- port. DECORATE The aiitos in the parade to- be suitably- decorated -for lie occasion. -The owners are-looking after this .part of.-the business them selves and not the committee. All owners of. cars who have not jeen .given numbers can take -whom- ever'.they wish with them, in tomor: row's procession. Owners of the Laurier pa- rade wishing to know their position n -the: line should apply to T. S. Mo. Kenzie for the information. WORRIED OVER HUSBAND'S DEATH Ottawa, Aug. The body of Mrs. "enn-ie GouJaclc, aged 40 years whose was kifted in British Colum- (ia 'snowslide last winter, -was found n the canal The bereavement ad unsettled her -mind and she com- mitted was in comfort- ble circumstancesr til night; Citizens are to. hoist their flags tomorrow and keep them flying until Sir Wilfrid's departure. Senator De Veber, went to Cran- broofc'this to meet the Laur- ier. party.. Word ..reaches" the city that large delegations are manv of the towns in. the south. SKETCHES OF TUB VISITORS Sir'Wilfrid Laurier J bir Wilfrid' Laurier, G.C.M.G.-. ,D.' C.L., K.C., who., will arrive here" tomorrow .was born in 184.1 at St. :Lin, Quebec. He was educated at L'Assdmption -.college and at McGill university; He studied law. and called to the'bar in .1864 at the age of .23 years. Sir aa early entry! in- to ''politics-, and elected, a member of the "provincial legislature in Que- bec; in. 1871. and to the Dominion House of "-Commons three years later. His gift of oratory gave him an im- mediate position' in-, federal politics and in 1877 ;he was made minister of inland revenue'under the Mackenzie regime.-'At. the' ensuing general elec- tion the next'year, however, hej.ivas defeated hut was returned at the next bye-election for. the constituency of Quebec East, faithful to him ever: since'.' resignation of Sir Charles not Confined to laralM.: M Art feet one up for day's work. Mj.r-1 L. "fresh" of MAGI make ,t rio muting about MAGI- it is not a witer m tL. sunpiwt and deliclou. beverafe you could imagine. BAD BUSH AT FORJ FRANCIS Fort Francis, Oht., Aug.' __ longed dry and high'winds -premier of Sir Wilfrid have started fires, to'an alarming ex-' selected as'leader of the Liberal party, tent throughout- this -district; Bush! in the house in 1887. fires are again'raging; and unless rain Sir Wilfrid'Laurier. represented Can comes soon the flames will speedily J1- finish what timber-there was left-by the fires in June and July. Rainier, a town OR the American side of the border, had a close call Saturday and Sunday, and Fort 'Francis was threat ened to such an'-extent "that, the fir P. brigade was on- duty twenty-lour ada on the occasion ot the -celebra- tion of Queen Victoria's" diamond jub- ,ilee in ]897.. -He-- was sworn, of.: the imperial privj'. council-the; same .y-ear and -was also created a Knight Grand" Cross of the Most Distinguished Or- der of Str Michael and' St.- Sir Wilfrid then France by the. president that country 'with 'the Star 'of a ___ Grand. Officer .of the- Legion of .Honor settlers are busy, .fighting to protect; at-Havre, July 29, 1897. On -Minist their horn retreat on boats and if is. beliex-ed "He-.welcomed the Duke, of Cornwall hours. Near Leaslec and Crozier, the flames have broke out again and .the homesteads..- Many Fort .Fran- 12. of the same y.ear he received topic were-' for a hurried Hn audience-by-' hi.s Holiness th'e-Pope., several set tiers---.arfi already burned out. Rain Last Night :Kenora, Aug. need- id rain fell last, night-throughout this and York to, Canada in 1901. and ccmpank-'d the royal party progress through'-, the Dominion.' He was invited to. England'' to witness the. coronation Edward tho Bottled t only at. Ike MAGI. W.tir. coert to It ia .PKur by bottl. or th Caledonia -Spring? Co. Ltd. Caledonia Oht. .d, PUat On Scottish Mqor-PeatK Evidently Due to -.M-iii ACLO U 0 ILIIS Wl U4.UJI W dl'U UIIO entire ler- Seventh in "1902; On New Years'day, southwest-winds with .intervals was' 'his excel- -J-'" lency. the .governor-general, Fenian Raid, medal he 'at- tended t-lm Imperial conTere'nce at -Lon- flon as one of the 'representatives of of lightning.. is .still raining be .ween Icnace and Fort William. Busl fires were reported at; Ignace ycst-er- day, burning ties' -and" othei naterial. Further damage is averter )'v the use' of-'bosc-'jun from''engines The water in'th'e chain''of'small lake; cast of here is two" feet 'below nor- mal. WILL GET fiS Aug. is considered highly probable that.tho government vail grant the petition of the town cf Gampbellton for relief in its rlistr.-ss. Thy matter will be. taken up Mr. Fielding comes; back. The fire- swept; town does not ask for a direct mom-y grant, but desires the govcin- pay for a bcr 'of'.years .Oh- its ..outstanding muni- cipal debentures. ,H "is understood tn be viewed favorably-by the section'ot the Cabinet that has considered it. SOLDIER WHO SHOT NEGROES CAPTURED IT-tica, 1ST. Y.r Aug. Per- ry Legee of the 10th U. S. Cavalry, who shot and killed Private Turner and Corporal Jones of the 24th-Regiment, all negroes, at Watertown, last night, was captured at Boonville, 25 miles north of here this morning and in a running fight with civil officers was probably fa tall v -shot. Canada. Hon. G-e'orge.jP. "-Graham' Hon. G-corgc Bfcrrji' Grrahani, Minis- ter of Railways, was born in Ecan- villc, Ont'., fn, 1850: educat- ed at in Iroquois and Morrisburg. Up to "the time of be- ine called to the privy council he was- manager of The Recorder, at Brock- T, _.. -n-- v Mile, Ont. He managed the Morns-, above Ayisniore; bsure Glasgow, Aug. a due to exposure and The coroner's jurv has re- ;turned of Ladj Erskrne's death was, due, to exposure and pnva- -tion, [int accordance "with the assumptaqn based on an examination ;.ot .the- remains. woman .on which sum of money'in notes .ana- CANADIAN NORTHERN BEfNG THE; BAY .OF OUINTE RAILWAY Is stated that as. a -'consequence of the purchase of the; Bay of .iQuinte Rail-way by the Canadian ;lWhern that the construc- tion of "the Ottawa end of tne Toronto- Ottawa be commenced at an .That will mean that fche .Canadian Northern line between the a .large capitai and Toronto will be completed several -months; earlier than was anti- cipated -and-, the road will be m op eratiou not later than the fall of 1911. found in a remote spot of the. Scot- tish. Moors on August S26-' It has been .identified1- as that'Tof TVIar-' jode the .second-.-daughter -of the -Earl-, of Buch'an. There is'no evi- dence of foul '.'and--it is. believed that: she'lost her'way in the moors and died of A man who' was sbarchine yuijvi -lying in n. j.iuu smemen wiu.; secluded- spot near the Iiisioric rock; main upon the lists'and--considered of Craigillachie, v" MANY APPLICATIONS FOR DELIVERING MA LrO N STH E ETS- -A bout., thirty., applications were re- ceived positions of street delivery' mail, They are ing- considered' by -the. department "aricl- tliose not at selected will whose--, cliffs Lord. Oardres'sV' el-even, years and was deceased !s brother, identified 'the associate editor of The Ottawa Free Press for a short period. He was elected to the House of Commons from Brockville- by in 1907 and was re-elected at the gener- al election the following year. Senator Gibson Senator William Gibson was born at Peterhead, Scotland, in 1849 and was educated ut the Peterhead aca- demy. Senator Gibson, came to Canada in 1870 and entered the ser- vice of the old Great Western rail- way, now part of the Grand Trunk railway system." He has been engag- ed in a large number of public works, nclu-ding. the masonry of. the. portals j.nd retaining walls both ends of the- St. Clair' 1 unnel, the enlargement, of the New WellaDd section -I near Thorold, Ont., and jridge at Montreal as well as the ma- sonry-on the most important briilges on the Grand Trunk system. He owns j and operates the two most extensive' limestone quarries in Canada near Beamsvilie and Crookston. He is president of the Bank m and of a large number of other bis business. coroorations. Kv was re- majns thc clothing. e- turn in the event of any 'vacancies- occurring or 'additional routes estab- lished. papers found on the ceipted bill bearing the name of n ho- tel at Kmgussjc. Inquiries show- that Lady Erskine, accompanied by-, a maid, arrived at the hotel- "on 30. She the following da the re- SHORTEN LIQUOR SELLING ie- HOU-RS IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Aug. the'direction of temperance legislation Vancouver city cauncil tonight lihal- 4. ly passed a by-law changing the "hours questing the management' to keep any of closing bars. The present hours are letters sent to her there as. she in- jfrom l a.m. to1 5 a.m. on all days save ten-ded motoring past in a. few.-days, i Saturday when the hour for ihe body was taken, to Inverness, j closing is 11 tun. .Tie new'hours will wliere. a postmortem will '.be held, ibe 11 p.m, to 7 aim. and on-Saturday The police are very -reticent. Thev :iO p.m. "instead.of 11 p.m. The arc inclined to accept the theory, is to go into effect January 2lsL V: Her. Father Choinel lias been trans- ferred from" Cranbrook to Grand Forks. Rev. Father Plamondon. of Vancouver, is the new priest at Cran- rook. te Addressed fcy The Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, P.C, G.CM. Hon George P. Graham Hon. A. L. Sifton Olivet G. Will Be Held On E, M. Macdonald, M.P. F. F. Pardee, M.P. And Others Public At four o'clock oa the afternoon of Wedne NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE Is Guaranteed by T. D. Illglnbotham Co., Ltd., Special Agents Nearly everyone has dandruff, and turned to The Rouse- of Connnpns in 1S91 for Lincoln an-d Niagara! He was called 10 the si-nau1 in 1002. K. M..MacDonaId, M. P. Kdward M. Mac-Donald, LL.B.. K. C.. member in the Dominion House for Fid on, X. -S., was born in Pic- ton in J8fii> and was t-f! uca crl Pif- lou academy and Dalhousie collide. He was unsuccessful as a candidai for the House of Commons in ISfl and 1900, but was elected -in 1904 an at the general election in 1 308 He- is -i barrister and was made kind's counsel in 1904. R v. M. P. Frederick Forsyth Parrif-o, metnhe parlianipni, for West Lambton Orit., born in at Sarnia and was educated al Sarnia and Upr H JS a Tke Pro ol atisfying the Thirst What to drink is the question. Yon want something cold, to be but you want it to Dt, wholesome as well. Ice water shocks the siouwch and retards digestion. Sweetened: chemical mixtures are not conducive to 'health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE The Public is Corcially Invited to Attend Fare and One-Third on both A. E. I. and on the C. P. E from Coleman on the west, lake on the east, Claresholm on the north and on the Carmangay Good going on the 30th and re- tunung September 1st. faith in Herpicide lo kill the serm and remove all V-'aeos of dandruff. So perfect; is tin's belief tlwt all dealers are instructed sell 'the preparation with a "money back" 5jgreemor.-f. Such supreme confidence is the host evidence in world of the merit of vy the result, hence the purchaser. It protects the Used as directed. Newbro's Herpi- cide kills the germ that causes dand- ruff and prevents the Tiair from coming out. it stops itching of -the scalp which is so after, disagreeable. Send .i.Oc in postage or silver for sample and booklet to The Herpicide Co. R., Detroit, M-ich. Herpicide is for sale by all the drug- gists and may be obtained at good bar- bcr shops. J. D. Higiriotham" agents. election in 1.908. JAMESCANTIN DEAD The death occurred yesterday or James Cantin, who was taken ill cently with hemorrhage of the brain Deceased was well known around the city having been employed as porter in several hotels' and latterly as a plasterer at Diamond City. The body js being held G Add I- sons undertaking parlors awaiting in- sanctions P.S to its "Sisposal fn.m a residing in New York. FIRST VICTIM IN WASHINGTON Washington, Aug. Jlaimed Us first victim in this ciXv in ilie person of Mrs. Graham. years olu of VTa. 'i IS THE ANSWER. Here is a beverage that is satisfying and- beneficial. There is something more to it than wetness and coolness.: It is'a- drink. It refreshes you and you stay refreshed" Call for LETHBfUDGE'beer. PHONE NO. 854. Co., Ltd. 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