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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Situated on the boundary between Alberta and British Col- umbia and on the summit of the Kooky Mountains. The Resort of the Crow's Nest Pass Excellent hunting, fishing, boating etc. Everything for tourists comfort and pleasure. Saddle horses and guides provided. Good Picnic Grounds Free. Dancing Hall. Spend your vacation at Crow's Nest. First-class accommo- dation at the SUMMIT HOTEL Hates op AXDi" GOOD, Proprietor Of Interest to Women CLEVELAND DIED POOR PROMGHONS 1 Stories of His Wealth Untrue Were Quite New York, July Grover Cleveland, contrary to general belief, insect alum water! is the best insect destroyer known, j Put alum into, the water and let it' boil till dissolved. Add a little milk to tho I water in which old potatoes are boil-' Jed, it will prevent them .turning j black. i A few. leaves of sweet j geranium dropped into jelly just before it is poured into the glasses imparts j a delightful fiavor. Peeiing peeling tomatoes instead of plunging them: in hot water to loosen the skin takej the flat edge of a sharp knife and j rub the surface of the tomato all over being careful not to break the skin, j There's Health in its savor, And strength in its Flavor, It's a stimulant for the ener vated, And a delicate tonic for all. Cardston Had a Celebration Sold by all Grocers in Half and One Lb. Packets and 1, 3 and 5 Ib. Tins died a poor man. The opinion was Save -vour iam or preserve-? Separate School promotions. 190S. generally held that he was possessed Ishould scorch the kettle at The promotions for the pupils of the of considerable estate, and that his Ionee imo a dish oi cold water, the 4th and 5th classes will be read out famiiy would be well p'rovided for. In- fiavor wil1 be unimpaired. .........T" quiry developed the fact, however. at the repoening in September. To 5tk class: Edra Smith, Eva Wright, Bessie Vatteson, Xan Pierce, Helen Vaselenvak. that he has left his widow and four children practically with nothing ex- cept the house at Princeton and the To -ith Class: John Devine, at Buzzard's Bay. McCormack, Annie Bakos. Jack (Juc- Mr. Cleveland left the White ningham, Mike Kostko, Joseph Bai-' House after his second term it is said ayti, Beatrice Boulton, Ferdinand; {lt? and an income be- .Van Tighem, Carrie Coin, tween them of a year. His To Senior 3rd Class: Julia IJasu- lak, Louise Xoore. Joe Oswel, Mar- income was added to by a year when he became a trustee for the Rose Sheran. Germaine' Life Assurance Society. Grass stains .mav be taken out with alcohol. Some people! rub the spot with molasses. Thej stain will come out in the ordinary process of washing. DEMOCRATS PREPARE FOR CONVENTION Cardston, July years have ,_ passed since Cardston iirst celebrated our national fact it was twenty-one years ago yesterday that eight or ten families located on our present towusite joined with the ucat tercel ranchers and members of the police force to do honor to the great and in all that time the writer I remembers no more perfect days as to woaiher conditions than yesier- day. The day opened with the booming of guns and anvils followed a little later by the enlivening strains from our silver band. They were out ear- ly aiid gave us some of their best. I At 10 a. m. the morning exercises in, the Assembly Hall. Again the band was one of the chief factors iu the entertainment of the throngs. Among the chief numbers on the pro- gramme wore the happy speech of wel come ,by Mayor Mark Spencer, a well Denver, Colo., July com- Alum To keep the hands j mittee oa arrangements of the na- froni perspiring while doing delicate j tional couvention today and com work .bathe in strong alum water. take the color out pleted the order of business for the convention, and for the session of the i ing their best wishes for the political future of W. J. Bryan was interrupt- ed today when Herman Ridder, edi- tor of the New York Staats Zetiung Cardston Budget Cardstou, June Su[ Murk A. Coombs with his assistau Messrs. Jas. S. Parker and Edwa Leavitt visited the Sunday School the Leavitt Ward on the 28th. it L ing the annual conference date. The ideal was a factor the members seem to be there. The programme w well rendered aud tho school is in creditable condition. Other visitors were Smith, Jr.. and William jumlery. of Mountain View, members of tl Sunday School Union V.-xinl. A REMOVAL The gratitude of the business po >p of Cardston as welL as ah out buyers will go lo i.-ie inspects of Customs for his action hi our Customs Cilice ..n the- i-usiiu: street. For a number of years past all pai ties having business wic'i this de-par mem-, must make a received speech by Jno. M. P. P., and a number of impromptus by Messrs. Edw. J. Wood, W. Laurie, and others. The hall we luilf mile 'O the wal the main street Cilice and return. With the beginning f i-.-.ont the office will located on M-iiu S1 tastefully decorated !in quarters jonnerly ocun-u-d V. with the red, white and blue buntim-i Dr- Brant. A store-ruooi hrs Lee Casey, Minnie Rosbaski, Anastasia' Callahan. i To Junior 3rd. Maria Carroll. Lu-.' cy Boulton, Maurice Mircn, John Sa' kotch, Julia Yaselenyak, Alice trey, Xorah McConnack, When he. was made head of the As-! soeiation of Life Insurance Presi- j dents he received a salary of but he held that office, only one vear. of a faded cotton dress, boil it in ntUi0nai committee to be held on cream of tartar water. A perfectly 5Ioaday- 'The convention programme i is outlined for four sessions beginning next Tuesday. This would carry the sprinkled around will keep S convention throush to Friday alter- also noon a fight in. committee j should prolong the deliberations as Carj of the the tips j alread-" It is proposed white dress will-; be the rsult. Drives Them flies drive of the house, it will awav ants. and the decoration committee is de- serving of praise. The afternoon sports were enjoyed by a fair iized so large as formerly ow- called at Fair-view and asked Mr. Bry j Sng to the fact that an to withdraw from the contest in favor of "Some Democrat who could win." The interview between Mr. Ridder and Mr. Bryan was pleasant and of the frankest nature through- out. Mr. Ridder told Mr. Bryan in as many words that he oppose Mr. Cleveland had some money in [the Knickerbocker Trust Company, Us Dest means of keeping To Senior 2nd Class: Millie Vasel-jbut if he. had any in addition it was naiis in condition. (of your fingers in warm oil nishtlvjthat an adjournment shall be taken I him at the Denver convention but the enyak, Maggie Moore, Xan trifling amount. It is believed he Stella Moore, Madeline Chivers, Geo J held some life insurance, which will Bakos, Annie Petrunia, Irene Ecker. To Junior 2nd: Helen Kropinack, Annie Kostelmick. Mike J. Rusecki, George Migrey, George Cum Ick, Frank Carroll, Willie Cleary, Fred Cunningham, Steve Seaman. Al- oysins Heytens, Mike Vaseienyak, Steve Supina, Julia Ferko. Olga Banbecke, Visolomene Pelletier, Liz- zie Ferko, May Moore, Kathleen Mc- Cormack, Nellie Cunningham.. Flor- ence Vanais, Alice Petrunia. Julia Deinmuths. M'ary Cunningham, Chris- tina Ecker. To Senior 2nd Part: S teveKropin- ack, Steve Sweda, Mike Dudas. Ad- demar Heytens. Mike Deirauths, Geo. Supina. Joseph. Ferko, Mary Zemen- eiki, Stiunie Vaseienyak, jsiary SarKo, Julia Zimani, Mary Dudas, Katie Pap, Lizzie Kregofsk-I, Annie Migrey, Elsie Coultrey. Loretta Miron, Mary Pisco. To Junior 2nd Part; Emile Oswel, Mary White. Suzanne Steve Kotch, Balysk Moore, Quong Sout, John Grisack, Joe Kos telnik, Willie Sawchuck, Mike Nigrey, Jeremiah Bertie, Katie Rebar, Mary Rusecki, Ellen Miron. Susie Krssof- go to his wife and family. A FATALITY AT MICHEL James Ferguson Killed by Cars Which Had Run Astray (Special to the Herald.) Michel, B. C.r July Fer- guson, a machinist, was imstantly killed yesterday morning while en- 1J gaged in fitting steam pipes on the _- slope in Ifo. 5 mine. Several cars, loaded with mine timbers, broke loose from the haulage, scattering ski, Whitney, Minnie ,Vop- ysum, :Annie Olskaski. To .Part 1, 3rd Grade: Mary.Bakos Annie Grisack, Mattis, Olshaski, Dom- inico Baceda.. Adolyshus 'Annie McCormack, Mattis Sweda, Cyrille Miron, Annie Dudas, Nicholas .2uback, Alexander Rebar. George Houdac, John Olshaski Andrew Hasu JricAnh Svlv'" Mattis Seaman, Mike Sakotch, Mary! Sakotch, Emma Vaselenvak. Maxyj Dorsca, Myrtle Delay, Emile Charest. j Katie Bakos, Jessie Eileen! Pracht, Alice Cumick, Helen John Ferens. j To 2nd Grade: Mike -Popysum.. Jo- j seph Kregofski. Mike TTanoski. JohJ Kar.oski, Bessie Wronski. John rush down the incline. Ferguson, who was working on the slope was struck on the back of the neck by Leaking small lump of dough will stop a leak in a kettle of any kind until it can be properly mended. Save of throwing a Way odd bits of vegetable that are left, a far better plan is to rub it through a sieve and use it for thick ening soup. A Handy pasteboard roll such as is used for sending photo graphs, may be padded and coverec and used to roll veils on, it is much better than folding. This is excellent for centrepieces wlieu they are too large to lie flat in the drawer. About wood gives greater heat than when split, and green wood, though hard to ignite, makes a hot fire. Avoid spruce and hemlock as they snap. Unbleached making bags in which to put silverware, al- ways use the unbleached material. Sulphur is used for bleaching and its influence will quickly tarnish silver. A frying smelts, sprinkle with lemon juice before rub- bing in egg and bread crumbs. It keeps the flesh white and gives a good flavor. CI aan ing White white serge skirt may be cleaned around the bottom by rubbing with a piece of added to the west lor all par.vls an this will be a -rood roomy the genial Mr. Caric-r, IIOH- at this point. office fo iucharg the outlying The three-ton safe was own celebrations! the new quarters on Friday L Today will see a larger j Mr. C. J. Marsden. -Sr., and all wi: soon be ready for business at tL towns have their now-a-days. turn-out no doubt as the other cele- brations will be over and many will be in for our municipal July 2nd. The programme was varied and started off with the baseball game. immediately after the temporary event af his being nominated to iAs team did not material- ganisatlon is perfected out of respect i head the ticket that the Staats Zei- j12C' a picked nine measured strength to the memory of the late Mr. Cleve- tung and Mr. Ridder personally would! and put up a good land, although this feature does not j support the ticket. Mr. Ridder told appear on the formal programme. The nomination for president will be made on Thursday and it is planned to adjourn after this is settled until Fridav Mr. Bryan that it was a matter of consideration of the latter whether or not he should accept a third nomin-; ation and wreck the chances of the o. the heavy timbers and instantly white flannel dipped flour y morning when the nomination Democratic party to elect its ticket for vice president will be in order. killed. The body was taken to the morgue. The deceased, who is a na-, or mr mav or Scotland, aged 25, came here j xvav from Movie. B. C., about three months ago. mixed in equal quantities. White silk be thi years ago. here, survives him. He was married two His wife, who resides For Depredations of Soldiers and Lack of Discinline TRADE 15 IMPROVING ness Exoansion July New York, State of Trade today says owing to excellent crop prospects Canadian trade is improving slowly. Current business is of a re-order character but In the order of the business for the national committee calls for a decided simplification of the method of .j disposing of contests, To hear the testimony and determine the merits j. of these contests, it is stated that D six sub-committees of five members each shall be appointed. One sub-5 committee will be for each contesting state. These sutf-committees will meet simultaneous and all will re-! port at the same time at an adjourn cd meeting of the full committee. The T reports will" be adopted without dis-' cussion. This is a new method of disposing of the contests to so expedite matters that everything can be cleared in the afternoon. Lincoln. Xeb., July The stream of callers and of letters, all tne coming election. "I do not believe you can carry Xew York State if you are said Sir. Ridder. "I cannot with replied Mr. Bryan, "but even though I am unable to carry that state, I believe I can be elected without the electoral vote of Js'ew York." Later Mr. Ridder gave out the substance of his talk the Democratic leader. During the conference he presented to Mr. Bryan a typewritten copy o a proposed plank advocating the removal of tariff on wood pulp to which Mr. Bryan wrote across the bottom, "I am in favor of the above plank just the it is." Mr. Bidder will carry this bit of paper to the convention and there is little doubt Of it being incorporated in the plat- 1 form adopted by the convention. 1 HON. ROY JN BAD of these notes were the presi- dent's and that others bearing the name of C. S. ,Eoy had been substituted. This makes Hon. Mr. Roy's position even worse than was at first supposed. There dees not appear to Ka amr iKof __ VI..UU J.C- vive the bank will succeed. Revelations of the Wreck of St. John's Bank Montreal, July 3. The sensational revelations have come to light in connection with the ill-fated bank of St. Johns. It will be remembered that in the famous black list which was published as being reported to the finance department as good values there was a large amount representing notes of Mr. C. S. Roy the president's brother. It now transpires that the discovery has just been made that GERMAN RENOMINATED i Wellasd, Qnt., July GST- l man, M-F., was nominated for the Commons at the convention of the Welland Reform. Association yesterday. g I demand for fall fabrics, particulaly j T 'Oul> Corea, July Japanese j dry goods, is expandig. Business fail- chuck, Harold Audet. Mary Pahara. soldier ran amuck yesterday, through i ures for the week ending Julv 2 num- AmeriCaD 16, which com pa with 41 last er ft' f7n'a' ZsemlPinir Vang and assaulted a Korean! week, and 16 in this week last year. She-Hack, caretaker with a bayonet, chasing! _____ To 1st Grade: Annie Skrwkwa t him through the missionary residence: 'George Heytens, Mike Luceaski, .VI-j section. The American co'nsul when! ;bino Baleda. Joseph Baleda, Veron- informed of the affair called it to the1 attention of the Japanese embassy' MUST NOT DO THE IfviMIGANTS ice Todd, Jessie Willingston. Pupils wiii not return exactly -at the reopening of classes in Svptem ber will remain in the class in which .they are at present. r Pupils crho will not attend reg- 'ularly during the coming year will not be promoted at the closing. Pain will depart in exactly 20 min- utes if one of Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets is taki-n. Pain anywhere, Remember: Pain always moans con- gestion, blood else. Headache is blood procure: tooth- ache i? blod pressure on the sensitive nerve. Dr. Shoops Headache Tablets called Pink Pain quickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from centres. Painful periods with women in- stant relief. 20 Tablets 25c. J. J. Johnston. Sold by and demanded punishment of the soldier. By order of Prince Ito, res- ident general, the soldier was arrest-' Prevision Made to Protect from Overcharging Them Ottawa, July order in council ed and immediately sentenced to two iwas Passed bringing the principal months' hard labor. The colonel. cities' including Winnipeg, jor, captains aad lieutenants of the and Victoria under causes regiment to which the soldier act of 1906, requiring i- t, j- I every hotel or boardng house keeper will an bo disciplined by a -___-__ A_ _-, nient from three to seven days. The prompt action of Prince Ito is receiving immigrants -within months after their arrival to Map! Cowan's >le Buds, Cream Bars and MilK Chocolate e are superb confections. Nothing to equal them. THK COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO 46 jand restricting any claim upon im- migranis effects to five dollars. three keep ficant of the determination of j conspicuously posted in his house a Japanese insistence that the soldiers of the pricos charger? immigrants maintnin proper attitude towards for eigners. The charge against the soldier was the violation of an American home and the disciplining of the officers was due to the fact that soldiers of the same regiment participated in the damaging of an American Presbyter- ian school building in' Fiju. In that case all damage was repaired by the resident general. game. The score stood 7 to S in fa- vor of the "non-regulars." Cardston j has some ball players besides those! now in the travelling nine. Follow- ing came the footraces. Most inter- est centred in the 100-yard for with 5 starters, won by Allen Leishman. The 50-yard dash was taken by John Leavitt. The boys' races were won by Earl Carlson and John Archibald, girls' by Misses Att- ena Anderson and Minnie Thorpe. The jumping contests were all three taken by Albert Henson, late of Or- ton. The obstruction race went to Dudley, Leavitt. Two teams were chosen on the ground for the tug-of- war ind the side of John Ellison came out winners. The basket ball game is to be callr ed today and the baseball game come off between Magrath and Card- ston. The horse races will also be of interest. FOR CALGARY A number of parties left by team today for Macleod to Catch the 1 p. m. train for the Fair. Mr .Harris has completed his sleep- ing- car party for Friday and at the last moment could have almost filled another car. As Messrs. Weeks and Austin can- not make it convenient to be at Cal- g-ai-y for the care of the Cardst hibit, the. President of the Board Trade, Mr. Martin Wool: has to the rescue and will go up today to take charge of our interests and t is lucky for ,the real estate men of Jie on ex- of come Vancouver, July Westmin- ter's lacrosse team defeated the Van- ouvers here yesterday afternoon by score of four goals to nil. Vancou- ver had a strong twelve in the field and for one quarter the Minto Cup challengers were unable to penetrate the local goal, Vancouver playing convenient location. BRIDGE REPAIRS The Main. St. bridge has bean in good shape again by Mr. Woolse, and .his ci-e-iv. There were some four piles remove- by the floods. These have all replaced 'and the approach graded uj so that there is now no difficulLy crossing with the heaviest loads. HOLIDAY TRADE The merchants have all been bus for the last three business days. Th summer lines are moving freely, an< while not so good as a year ago, th general opinion is one of satisfactio with the business aone thus far. BASEBALL The games have been frequent ant interesting during the last two week Cardston has beaten Leavitt and turn been defeated by Magrath. Thii was the best game of the am was very to 4 in favor o the visitors. Carston had a new pi cher in the box in thft nc.rson of Mr Wallace-Hurd who proved a surpris to all parties. Though out of prao tice, not having pitched a game fo two years, he made good for tht home team. TO CALGARY Several parties are leaving shortly for the The largest crowd wil take in the 4th of July events at th big exhibition, if present plans carry Mr. D. E. Harris, Jr., secretary o th.e Board of Trade is making up party to go by special sleeping car from this point on the 3rd. so as t< arrive early on the Fourth, take the "Yankee and re i-'u. to this point on Monday. It is stated that a. number will join tbu party at Magrath and Raymond. President Wood and party wil leave here on the -ith, driving to Or- ton and Macleod. They will hole meetings at Claresholm, Frankburj and Orton. From Calgary they will go to Gleichen to visit some of the so-called "Mormons" located in that vicinity. The Fair will form one incident of the trip. PERSONALS Mr. A. Cazier and family will be at for the summer, as ttre Lethbridge _ a work of his construction outfit is just magnificent game. In the second! quarter Westminster scored twice on i beautiful plays and speed and were! successful in adding a Ol the Standard Loan Co. paid west, across the river. Mr. W. C. Simmons and E. E. I.aw third and fourth goals in the last quarter. HOLIDAY DROWN !NGS W. A. Green, aged 21, teller in the Union Bank, was drowned in the Ot- e is in JJart- tav.-a -river. His horn mouth, N. 8. Two sad drowning accidents occur- red-here at Barnett, B. C., yesterday. Geo. Thompson fell out of a launch near Shvash Eock and WHS sucked down by the current and never rose B2ETTO COMMITTED Frank, July preliminary trial of Bzctto of for the stabb- ing of A. J, Donohue- on Oct. 1UOG, was held before Magistrate Disney of Colcman on Saturday and he was committed for trial, being sent to Macleod Bar-racks to awa-t the sitting of the Court. A warrant for his arrest was issued at ilia time of the stabbing affray escaped until a few days ngo, v. hen he arrested in Fernie. Sergeant Has- lett brought him to the Frank Bar- racks. rt.3 to the effect that he itnd Jlzt.'Uo with some other mon were in the '.nr of the Lille Hotel when a scuffle took place. Later, tho party with Dono- hue, left the bar and went out to ihc balcony of the hotel. The defendant followed Donohue and stabbed him in the abdomen. Dr. 0'IIagan was sum moncd and dressed the wound. P hue was laid up for two weeks in the hospital. Every new family that comes to Western'Canada should be users of Royal Crown Soap right from the start. Ask any of the people you settle near, and they will tell you it is the best soap to use. It is specially made for the West. The water in this country is .very hard. Royal Crown Soap is made from a special formula to suit this hard water. Don't begin your life in the West by using any other soap, and ihus wasting money and getting poor results. Tests made show that 6 bars of Royal Crown Soap do more work than 8 bars of ordinary soap. Royal Crown Soap will' save you money. It is easier on the clothes. It washes whiter than ordinary soaps. Don't make the mistake of starting with any but Royal Crown joap. i' ou will find that your neighbors are using it as they know it ia the best soap for use in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Start right away and save your wrappers for premiums. We will sc-nd a list of premiums free to any who ask for it. Royal Crown Soap has been in use almost exclusively for over 20 years in Western Canada. i A Ji ROYAL WINNIPEG CROWN. again. C. well known Daniels a young Vancouver and Vic- toria lost his life while bathincr. MANITOBA TOWN SCORCHED Killarney, Man., July serious fire occurred here last night which threatened at one time to clean out the whole business section of the town. Lawrence Bros. hardware store and several small buildings were destroyed entailing a loss of The heaviest loser is Licldle, of Grirnsby, Ont., who owned the block in which Lawrence Bros, had their store. HARVARD WILL NOT GO Cambridge, July has been definitely decided that the Harvard varsity crew which defeated Yale will nul gu tu Kuglutiu during the summer. The receipt of a cablegram yesterday by Robert F. Herrick., chairman of the graduate rowing committee at Harvard from Rudolph Lehman the English rowing coach, ended all hopes of a trip to England by the crimson crew. Mr. Lehman in his cablegram said: "Cambridge having to row in Olympic regatta is rcpretfullv com- pelled to season." decline further races this us a visit last week. Though the trip was purely a business one, Mr. Simmons' many friends of former clays gave him small, opportunity to do much but exchange greetings. Mr. J. Waiter Low, principal of the Cardston School, will go to Leth bridge to preside at the department- al exams. The recent disaster to the log booui of the Waterton Mills was the occa- sion of a visit from Mr. Jas. Fogg of Idaho. His brothers, Wm. and are in chargo of the sawing .at the mills. In order to complete the cut it will be necessary to move the mill down tho river to the lodging place of the logs. Mr. Fogg is au experienced mill, man.. We hope to see him he-re again, as an investor in Alberta lands. Mr. L. F. Brunell is back at his old I home again buying oats for his barn in Lethbridge. He reports that ho I has secured several cars. The many friends of Mrs. Woolf have been welcoming her upon her return from the south. The floods delayed the lady's return and all are pleased to know of her safe arrival. R. N. W. M. P. TO ACT As Bodyguard to Prince of-Wales Quebec Ottawa, July the request of the Prince of Wales twenty or thirty members of the North West Mounted Police will be sent to Quebec for the Tercentenary celebration to act as a. personal body guard to His Royal Highneji3. ;