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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UViPl 1L I. H. MttltH fed) e THE fLACE TO STAY to Preserving time is here. -We carry a full, line of (in grauiteware. Sets our 'window before buying. We Sell for Cash Plumbing, Hot Water, 7and Warui Air. us quote you QA prices for same. All work guaranteed. Jobbing promptly, attended to- The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford Hick ft WakeJy Camera Users Use our Carbine Camera! with all the latest improve- ments. These cam- era 3 can be used with a roll tilni plate or packv We are m showing new -.and up-to-date uoveUies for photography. The Store of Quality PHONE G2 Bookkeepers Attention! Our stock of Special Ruled Blank Books is now com-- plete. They are labor savers. Call and see them MHKBTSflirS BOOK STORE 1st tar IS if OHM bik Phone 251 Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT Cart-oU Beets Cabbage Onions Lettuce New Potatoes Arriving daily Also a full assortment of Fresh Fruits t BMOBEDI CO. bazars ti Rflttl IFIUEI WIN A PRIZE We offer for the beat Loaf ol Bread Made Ifom Our Best Flour And entered at the Lethrjridga" Fair Second........................ 200 Third......................... 1.00- Your Grocer Sells It ft Efentor Co, ItL G. W, GREEN, Manager fUymood 'Magrath Hot Wetther Gearing Stk of CANVAS SHOES Men's White Canvas Oxfoidi, reg. tt.75. u Canyaa Bali, tan and white, reg. 12 Ladies'White Canraa Blue Oxfoida. reg, Clear at 2.26 l.ttO 1.25 SO FROM CORPORATIONS A. E. HUMPHRIES TALKS F. COW (ft CO. Lethbridge Summer Time Brings FOOT TROUBLES cbafing, heating cause fre- quent abrasions of the skin quite easily, so foot tronjj- les are much more common 's Eas 'Em PHONE 272 Soothes, Heals, lubricates, deodorizes and stops ex- cessive perspiration. By the use of It ordinary shops are made io Fit as nice and soft as a kid glove. FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Cranbrook llasgus contemplate building a temple. A. L. McKeivie left on Monday uior mug to attend the Fair at Winnipeg. Fred Ford left on a business trip to Winnipeg today. Dr. G. W. Leech -of Taber is IB the city today. A. J. McLean of Taber is in towii today. John Kenney of the Madntyre Ranch, Magrath, is spending the day iu the city. _; Word comes from the hospital of the continued improvement of Dr. Patton. Mrs. John Kain and. son, Neilson, of Regina, are visiting und Mrs. K. O'Hagan. Mrs. Ronnie, of Sillsville, Ont. is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Whit ney. Al. Morris, traveller for the Brew- ing Co., went north as lor as High River. this morning. The Field Battery will practice to- morrow night again. They ore still open for a few recruits. Dr. R. C. McClure left this morn- ing for Sparwood, B.C., to spend a holiday with R. J. Forster. W. F. Hierath of Columbus, N.D., arrived yesterday with a car of settlers'- effects for transhipment to Milk River, where he is settling. A general store has been opened at j the junction of the Macleod-Leth- bridge branch of the C.P.R. and the THE WEATHER Edmonton, ruia...........'. 78 54 Calgary, rain. 66 5-i Lethbrndge, cloudy 74 58 Medicine Hat, cloudy 82N 54 Hegina, cloudy..........J 78 46 78 50 Bulletin From Central Office Fine and moderately weather has been general th.roughout Manito- ba and Saskatchewan. In showers of rain have occurred. fair and moder- ately warm. Alberta and Saskatchewan, easter- fy winds, cool and showery in, Alber- ta and western Saskatchewan. k Fairview, Lincoln, Neb., July The Democratic national committee in executive session adopted a reso- lution outlined as follows: "No contribution shall be accepted from corporations; no contribution ov- er should be accepted. All contributions over will be made public October 10th. Thereafter im- mediate publication will be given. Contributions voider will not be published. No .money wil be re ceived Nbvenibor 1st." TO CALL UPON THE PRINCE Washington, P. C., July 13.-Vice President Fairbanks will call on the Prince of Wales on the afternoon of July 22 the day on which the prince arrives afe.Quebec on the British bat- tleship Indomitable. BASEBALL RESULTS Prescription Specialists I, B, RIPLEY, Mgr. IETHEKE J spur to Diamond City. Mrs. S. Eversfield spent last night the guest of Mrs. W. A. Blen-. ncr-Hassett on her way from High River to Cardston. Webster Young and his dem'onstra- tor left this morning for Calgary to show the people there why they should use Jell-0. J. Morgan, B. A., left on Satur- A LONG BEARD Montreal, July figure o> c-.n- siderable note dtirng the pn.-t clays at tho St. James Hoti'l wa> Mr. Ali-stnir Wiikio. a Scotchman, who r-t- tracteu much among tiie habitues ot the cstabli.-hmi'nt by roa- tlay's train for Edmonton where he will spent! the next three or four weeks reading exam, papers. Misses "Boles ;ini! Shununa. v wore recently engaged the .-irbnol Board, have written the p-crctary ac- cepting their The C. P. K. and A. R. vt I. Co. are hnpdllng a good deal of coke these days. Four cars a day are be- ing shipped from the- Lille mine at Frank, to the Anaconda smelter. An- aconda, Mont. .7. Adair McMastor were fin- The entertainment committee ol the Board of Trade will meet to- night in the parlor of the Lethbridge hotel to arrange for the reception of the Minnesota Press Association. J. McCaig, superintendent of T5d monton schojols, is away on a holi day trip to Calgary, ISanff, Loggan, 1 and Southern Alberta. He is -accom- panied by Mrs. McCaig, who is tak- ing the trip for the benefit of her health. They will bo away until the end of the Bulle- tin. The following applications were granted at the sitting of the bane at Calgary. II. B. K. C., applied to have the case of.Tin- sley vs. Canada Coal and Coke com- pany heard at the next sitting of the court, en bane. Walsh moved that in the case of Gibbon. HeU- ance Coal, Company the appeal be dis missed for absence of prosecution. The baseball fans will cut full force to see tlio I e- twecn Lethbridge urrl latter team has the rj[ fastest team in ihe due Iy to the remarkable pitching of Mur phy, their twirler. Capt. Nicholson will have O'Brien and Green in the R.H.E ...3.7.4 .5.6.2 At Newark- Newark Providence............. At'Montreal- Rochester......................5.10.2 Montreal ........................1.4.5 At Baltimore- Baltimore.......................3.7.2 Jersey City .2.5.4 At Toronto....................1.4.1 Buffalo ...........................0.7.3 and Eve At Detroit .6.12.0 Boston Second Boston.........................4.10.0 points and the team in the field. strongest possibl The game will be bitterly contested at every point and will be no runaway match for eithe team. AN IMPORTANT POINT i t i i j ed S2 and 55. and costs respective I v son 01 the extrcmo l.-ari. ol hi- rvnrd 1 which was ten ionr DID NOT EXPEL TAYLOR by Inspector West at the Barracks for drrmk and disorderly at the Arlington Hotel yesterday niter- noon. Montreal, July a of i Miss Ren aide liepln, daughter of the union tonight ir do-J Major.Ik-gin, supt-rintenfient of the n.X.W.M.P., Prince Albert, is cxpcct- ciiU'd that Fn-d Taylor of the Onni- tnls sliould not be- t'-xpcllr-d from th lengue for hi? assault upon Rricrv Carlinrl. Ho will merely by the prc-sidt-nt Had Vancouver Council Right to De clare Half-Holiday on 12th of July Vancouver. B. C., July a re suit of the.half holiday declared b the mayor and city council, the mil yor and each alderman who voted fo it, may be held personably respons ble for a considerable amount. The holiday, was granted on appli- cation of prominent Orangemen and those who were opposed to the conces- sion being made obtained legal advice yesterday with the result that injun- L'ethbridge Immigration Officer Ttilt of First Contact 'with Fan- atics Winnipeg, July Free Press says A.E.Humphries, the immigration ofiicer of the Dominion government, who last year met James Sharpe and his party, at Lethbridge, and turned them back into the United States as undesirable immigrants., arrived in the city yesterday from the West. In the course of a conversation with a reporter of the Free Press, he told of his meeting with the second Adam and Eve, and their party. "We had been advised on a num- ber "of occasions during the previous year, Ho be on the watch for Sharpe and his party. One evening, when was on running north lor.Lethbridge; I go.t into conversation with 'middle-aged man, who asked me "if it-was true that the government -Canada, set apart land for religious communities. I stated that this had been done in certain cases as for the Doukhobors. some conversation the immigrant was joined by a second man; also in blue and with long. _ flowing.. whis kers. .1 finally asked the man with whom I had been in conversation, for his and he replied it was James Sharpe, and that he had come up to Canada from Oklahoma. 1 in- stantly asked his wife's name, and when he replied, giving her name, and stating that his son's name was Lee, I knew that the second -Adam whom we had awaited so long, had arrived at last. I invited the party to the immigration hall, and Immediately wired to Ottawa. COINCt LOCATION -3 Residence Lob on Bon; pas, below Round, 1000. 1300 dowu, balance easy. ALBERT E.IVES IM 2, Mm1 Jtak PHONE Detroit. 'At New l leveiand New York Philadelphia- Chicago .1.10.2 Philadelphia .5.6-1 Second hicago Philadelphia................... .2.8.4 At Washington ....................2.7.1 St. Louis........................3.4.2 Second Washington.....................2.8.1 St. Louis.........................-4.9.0 NATIONAL: At Pittsburg.......................0.3.1 New York ...-...................7.11.1 Second Pittsburg ...-..................4.11.1 New York At Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Tercentenary Celebration QUEBEC Single Fare for Round Trip from all points in Alberta to Quebec and return Tickets on Sale July 14, 15, 16 Final Return Limit, August 6 Tickets will be validated for return at any point en route on direct line For full particulars as to rates, routes, etc., apply to nearest agent or write to J. E. PROCTOR, 'Dist. Pass. Agent, CALGAEY, Alta. singing "Shall we gather at the riv- er." The Ball of Fire Revelation "While the visitors were in Leth- were quite well behaved and gaye no .trouble to anyone. Lee then about thir- teen or fourteen years of age, and preached as intelligently as a grown man. All the children, in the party voices and sang hymns in a most pleasing manner. Some of my friends in Lethbridge who met the Adamites, expressed regret that they should be compelled to leave the country. Sharpe and his party had not made any very bad impression on them and their religious ideas seemed harmless.' What Sharpe said to me was not that he was the sec- ond Adam, but that he might be. He also told me all about the ball of fire that fell on his farm, and some mat ters ,ot similar nature. "On the following day I informed them that the government had order- ed their deportation, and that they would not be permitted to remain in Canada. Sharpe said that the coun- CHILD STRANGLED TO DEATH St. Catherines, Out., July three year old. son of David Hand- ford, caught his neck in the rope of a swing today while 'playing and was strangled to, death. Chicago .5.14.2 try looked good to him, and was anx- Philadelphia.................. .6.15.2 At St. St. .3.7.1 Brooklyn At Cincinnati .....................2.5.2 Boston .......'.................3.9.0 ious to be permitted to stay. He gave no however, ar.d used no threatening language, and said that if .God's "will he woulc go back-to the United. States. I him; that it was God's will, all right, and- the whole party marched away eJ in Qiichcc in a few days to take j tion may be. served on the respective members of the city council. It is held that the council has no right to grant a half holiday for pri- vate or party purposes, and if the city employees are paid for the half LUMBER pnrt in the pngeants as Amazon, in j i ho Court of Francis Witness. i W. F. H.A., L.L.P., D.T.S., of Ottawa, chief astronomer for the Astronomical Hranth of the Depart-j holiday yesterday it is proposed to ment of the Interior, i.s in the city j make the mayor and aldermen per- Doors Sashes Sec onr New on business in connection with the outlining of the boundary lino bc- twwn Ciinnda ami the T.'nltod SUtcs. .Samuel ITt-Iwlp, miller for the Ktlison Milling Co. and Miss Mauri Frt'nch of this city unitcil in nuirriatro Tlov. J. M. Harrison at iho Mothoflist last night. Tho younsr coujilo will continiio to bo i citv. LnnnT llnnnn T BirCtl rruni UUUID [it gjggest Snap on ttaStnt sonally liable for the amount. AT BTJOU MONDAY AND TUESDAY Prisoner's Escape. Fooled by Secretary. Song. Why .Tonkins Wears (he Blue Rib- bon Love Levels all Tlnnfcs. Prices Right lumter Co. Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North of Track Ofice RefipalhSi.West A solid mahogany back Hair Brash, pure bristle, For 50c Don't miss getting one of them whether you need it just now or not. Win- dow full of them. J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- J! Wear Progress Brand Garments brand that has made Canada famous for its durable Clothing." For wear, for style and fit, for all the qualities that are essential to good Progress Brand Suits and Top Coats are the Canadian Standard by which all others are judged. Look for the label that guarantees satisfaction 10 SITUATION WANTED By experienced engineer with' 2nd class papers. Threshing oufit pre- ferred. Good references. F. C. Webs- dale, c-o G. C. McDonald, Room 6, Whitney Block, 180-5 For high-class Groceries Fresh Fruit and the best Ice Cream see Phone 98. TW Piace U Get Place Your Orders ifor 4 4 o ....WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 fr- I Ring Up 108 When yon vrant DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: For an Invesiment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer iu Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Rooms 1 aadP.ScBtbrd Bbck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE Would you like that suit to look as well as when you got it from the tailor? To do this is our business. We do it promptly. latlsfact only 'and reasonably, (joods called for and delivered. MARR JOHNSTON BEHIND BALMORAL HOTEL The Alberta Railway end Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots flortt of the Eailreal ait Vest of Vestniffiter U FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TV One-third cash, one-third 0 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent. annum INMRl IMMf Ml El> (I HI JKli, ;