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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta We have .ection. of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a for roomed hou8e ATTENTION! BEST SNAP EVER OFFERED IN LETHBRIDGE 5 lots aiul two eight roomed houses for Water and electric light; cash buys tins and assume loan of Loans, Insurance and Auctioneers" taken for The Golden West Realty Co, SAYS IT'S IMPROPER FOR IIS. MIGRATION OFFICERS TO PUT PASSENGERS OFF TRAINS Vs Phone 623. J.B.'Wilkie ,P. 0. Box 642. D.King 2 lots, block 20 Goiitts St., east Asquith Lindsey HEAL ESTATE 307 CRABB.STREET 'LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRJDGE, ALTA. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Newfoundland's surplus is nearly .half a million dollars. Silver is reported to have been found near Brokenhead, Lake Winni- peg. Colonel English, of Quebec, inspect- ed the artillery company at Co- bourg. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS John Wood of was drown- ed in Victoria Lake.. Howard Frederick, clerk in-the Un- ion Bank at Alix, Alta., was while -bathing. Clifford of .Bracebridge, up- set from his canoe at.South Falls and was drowned. Toronto, July won't admit, I have a ticket from Toronto to Niagara Falls, Ont., than an Ameri- can officer can properly come aboard the train at St. Catherines, ask me who I am, where.I am going, and a lot of other questions." With this emphatic statement, statement, Chairman J. p. Mabee, of the Board of Railway Commission- ers, expressed Ms view of the ar- rangement the railways have with the United States government, by which the U.S. immigration officers board Canadian trains and examine passengers in Canadian territory. "They can do -what -they like across the said the chair- man, "but it's not the .proper thing here." j Mr. Edward Beatty, of the C.P.JI., J urged that the railways' aim was" to cure the evil carrying undesirables. The' chairman thought tnat the rail- ways' fear of being penalized for car- rying undesirables across the line had something to do with it man comes on at St. Catharines and asks me who I am, and where I am going What right has he to do that Mr. none I tell him it's none of his business. He insists on seeing my ticket." "Xo, the main reason is to prevent devise some other who delay of .traffic "Couid you not_________ system by which those people are going to cross the border be designated by the conductor the officer, and not turn this man loose on the train." Then Mr. Phippen, counsel fc-r the took a hand in the Punch His Head "The immigration officer simply tell him to go United States." "Or some place warmer than this court room. But he Keeps me Bunder siLrveillance, watches me, and if I'decide to go on and cross the line he takes me into custody. That's all right over for went over 1 should be taken into cus- tody." Eleven Complaints Then Mr. Phippen gave way to Mr. S.'. T. Bell, general passenger agent of the G. T. R. The latter said tnat it should be remembered that a mil- lion people crossed the; Niagara fron- tier in a short time. Chairman Mabee "We have had eleven complaints .from passengers 28. Suggestive Questions on the SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONS By Rev. Dr. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. July 17th. -1910. Peter's confession. Golden Text-Thou art the Christ the Son of the living God Matt i. Verse Jesus ask the tion for information, or to draw' them out or for some other reason, as who men said he was? How much care should we Mvc as' to what people thirA- of mat did Jesus mean when he c-all- ed himself "the son of Verse 14-What is Voe' Of those who teach the Transmigration of the soul, and did these people pro-" ibably hold to that or some similar, view? f Where is rocord in the IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 320 acres 14 mile from town, f85.00'an acre, with crop 160 acres 1 1-2 mile, from town, crop and machinery. For particulars apply MORRISON COWLEY, ALBEktA CLEAN COAL; CLEAN COAL PHONE.366 FOR tLEAN COAL on Crabb St. "for rest St' fadns courtland and London, Phone 366 for your coaL The McCIurs Stewart Agency ROUMn 120 ROUND ST. PHONE 3tf. who crossed the line at Niagara dur- ing May, and these are probably' a mere bagatelle of "the real occurenc- THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH RAIN ON ;H THIS LAND cannot ji LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead of making a loan. There is no delav j? WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. UST WJTH us_ FARM SECURITY COMPANY 1st class hotel for sale. Records show over 1150 cash per day. Price and terms right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L KIMBALL, Suite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 the States. If he says he's not, that ends said he. "Oh, replied the diairman, "he demands that, the passenger show his ticket. If he refuses .he is put. the train. They are doing it repeat- edly." Mr. have j.eea on trains and heard several ,-iiscussicns between these U. S. officers and pass- engers. I was impressed with -the courtesy of these men, and in" discus- sions I .heard I must say that if I could''Mr. can find out- many people 'crossed the bridge in May." '-wouldn't- help 'un- less you could find out also how many were insulte'd'. It is safe to say that 99 but of every 100 who were annoyed by; these immigration officers don't bother writing. These eleven were enough to write when they got'home, most of them would get. over' the heat of their an- ger when they got home. They sub- mit to- the Matter of Delicacy After -some further debate, and re- in what respects did Jesus resem- ble either John or Elijah' or Jeremiah or one of the prophets, to make the' 'think as they did? Verses 15, was Peter's opinion as to who Jesus was? s What reason is there to -believe that Peter did or did this recognize Jesus as God himself? Verse did Peter know that Jesus was the Christ? Is there enough evidence to prove 'beyond doubt that Jesus is the Christ apart from such a tlon as Peter had? personal revela- f'See I Cor. xii: punch Chairman Mabee the was 320 acres splendid irrigated land for sale cheap. 50 lots in North each. Easy terms. Two 7- roomed, cottages to .rent, centrally located. peated assurances from the railway officials that they would do all in their power to preveht trouble, the board decided to let the matter stand." "We are ful-ly alive to the delicacy Jn- of this international said passenger's the chairman, "and it would be not at all it rather than have the It seems impossible to justify interrogation of persons who should not be subject to such indig- nities." Toronto to "Niagara, Falls, Out. PINCHER CREEK THE BELL CASCADED LAND CO. KOOIW :3 MACDONALD BLOCK. GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALBERTA FOR THE HUPMbB.LE Pincher Creek, July 7.-Wnile a young man named Kyleson, was shoe- ing a horse at Scott's' blacksmith few days ago.he had his shoul- der dislocated. He had arrived from Taber only a couple of days prior to I the accident. No less than four auction sales are announced to take place in town and district during the present T. I C. Pick-ard sells his household" fu-rni-] ture on the 14th, Stephen Suing, live stock and implements on the 15th, J. D- Boyes, stock and implements on the 18th, and 20 head of work horses at Warnock and Bolster's corrals London, July ]ong conference was held to-day 'between King George an-i Premier Asquith over the re- gency Mi. Afterwards the King held Court at Sr.- James, receiving loyal addresses from several ublic bodies, un- irersities and societies. S.) Give your reasons. If the knowledge that Jesus is the Chnst comes by personal revelation then is there any evidence that the devout heathen, who have never heard story, ever get such a re- flation or anything like it? Would, or could, God have revealed the Christ to Peter, if Peter Had not the evidence that the life and work of Jesus afforded? Verses IS, according to Jesus is the rock upon which God i builds his church? j What is the Christian Church? 1 What is the chief Or central, thought, or foundation stone, of Christianity? did not know, or were i to lose everything else, but the fact of God, by his Spirit, revealing unto us Christ as the Son of the living God how much vital truth should we lack? .What are the evidences 'thte the Christian Church is the mightiest force on earth, and that it will final- ly conquer the world? (This ques- tion must .be answered in writing by members of the club.) What is the purpose of a key? and what did the key of the kingdom of heaven mean? Jesus gave Peter the keys of the kingdom of heaven, but what reason A new sevea-roomed modern house to rent Splendid m House and Inside Property The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. Phone 1173. LANDS, LOANS. AND INSURANCE Look at Tais Before and Fai-m Sacrifice a snap at per2cre. rt George; good stuff and iported on a _ jPincher Station. farm in the proximity to Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. I Are offering for sale trie 1 cheapest lots on the market eac the 21st. i A couPle OI" deer have been seen r, ;within the week at Summerview Ueo. Allison and Norman Macleod j Spring Ridge Station. It .QlrTOTtr v j were in Calgary this week. 1S presumed that jjiey are the same j A. Alexander, formerly of the which were observed at the i of Ormond and Alexander, hardware different points named left on Monday for On- j Some of the Twin Butte ranchers i are talking of on T "air it 1 g Cal" -air this week. A lormer teacher of St. Agnes school in the person of Miss Kelly, now of De Winton, Alta., is renew- 10 A stage is to run from here to the Wlth KootenayLakcs every Tuesday after pupils and friends i next WeeJ. under tlie Direction of Ter- A j -r ---w J_ is there to believe person ,5. i with like spiritual insight as Peter, al- possesses these keys? Verse did Jesus forbid them to tell the people that he was the Christ? What is the difference, in the de- gree of merit, between those who re- frain from preaching Christ, wher and when God bids tnem? Verse did Jesus first re- alize that "the Jews would reject him and put him to death? Did Jesus offer himself to the Jews in good faith, hoping they would re- ceive Give your reasons. Verses 22. 23-Was Peter's reason- ins: in harmony with common sense. AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To Close Oiit .an Estate F. G. WAD0JNGTON CO. axe instructed to sell Lots 1 to 7 and 30, facing on Torrance Avenue, Allan St. and IddingtoS Avenue and having, a frontage of 46 feet eac t and a depth of 130 feet; at the price of Each (CORNERS EXTRA) On the following easy down and per month, with Interest at 8 per cent. Also two lots facing east on Torrance beino- This offer will remain open for .4 only. e Office, Lyceum Building. Phone 426 ------------___ GLOOMY OUTLOOK AT BRANDON yield weU of Worst in Country's History their wheat for scarcity of t-he last named commodity. mm coma tney nan A new livery barn is being erected they been so minded? at Piacher Station by C. "Vent. -easons. A stage is to run from here to the u >v uiiuui. After spending t-he past six months j rill and Haggart. situated north of trie track s The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. and was his rebuke of Jesus prompted by pure motives? What was Peter's ieal error? of Fred j ion Bank branch has returned from a 'S there t0 Fortin, have returned to their to the east' ia man may set divine guidance ion some things, and then, unwitting- Miss I. Paterson and Mr.' L. Prim- ly, project .his own reasoning into Taber, visited hexe on things? brings the ;ood even in good things, and Calgary, where he had gone on ac- I w'h-v> self-denial, or self gratification? count oi his mother's illness. "What is the snm total of here. A- Emmerson, of Edmunston, JN. rose Of B-, is on a visit to friends in Hyde, of Stratford, Ont.. is I R. Cooper has returned home from j Spacer good ev self-denial, ll things things, for to be an abundant source and supplv found to He all right there is' tali of having a reservoir dug. Wheat 36 inches in height is axe A change of management has taken place in the Pincher Creek Mill