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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGi. WCEKLr HERALD FANATICS FULL OF FIGHT Crowd Led by Sharpe Refuse to Listen to Reasoning of the Northwest Mounted Police "Winnipeg, July despatch from Christ. Antler, Man., where old James! "To save bloodshed, use sound EXPORTS NOT BIG ENOUGH Commit Statement Made by Dairy sioner Ruddick Ottawa, July the House of Commons agricultural committee this morning Dairy Commissioner Ruddick explained thai lie thought exports of dairy produce less than they were. There should be an en- ormous expansion of home consump- tion owing to increase in population. Sliarpe. aod his band of Fanatics are in camp, says the Mounted Police ;u e baying a hard time arresting the judgment. If you are determined to take juie dead or aljve, I would ruth- er you would shoot me from ambush i The value of creamery butter, cheese leader. The band is well arnv.-d and i and not shoot any of my followers will only allow oae policeman at ajand then you would not be takimr time inside their camp, it is im- chances of getting shot, possible to reason wilh them and "I will never give up alive. If I they say they will not be taken alive have got to continue living among The women are as bad as the men sinful men I would rather die. None can say that Jesus is the Christ onlv- and condensed milk manufactured in Canada in 1900 was exclusive of milk used for home con- sumption. In 1905 it was and in 1907 S35.450.000. Census au- thorities estimated the manufacture of dairy butter at and consumption of milk at Census authorities estimated manu- FACULTY OF THE NEW UNIVERSITY Senate Met at Calgary and Made Several Appoint- ments GOOD TIME IN FERNIE Fernie, July visiting Spo- kane chamber of commerce was high- ly elated at treatment received at the hands of the citizens of Fernie. They left for home at 11.30 last night. FIRED THE BAND Kingston, Out., July 14th Regiment band has. refused to go to Quebec because no allowance of extra pay was made. The colonel has dismissed them. MURDER ON A RANCH Allianco, Neb., July Sandsa, a well known stockman of j Pine Creek, was killed yesterday by Calgary. June the meeting j F. E> Newman, herdsman on a neigh- of the Senate of the University ofjboring raneh Xewman it is charged i Alberta held hero last night several fired on Sundsa without -warning. appointments were made to the uni Kern of Indiana For Vice-Pres. Nominated Unanimously by Demo- crats as Bryan's Running Mate in Convention at Denver versity faculty, committees of govern ment were appointed and other j facture of dairv butter at 522.000.0001 p0rtant business and oVsiimmirtn m milt nnn i lhe members of and of milk at were yezir i ed are: and are full of fight. The question to be solved is how to j by the Holy Christ. arrest the leader without causing! The spirit came to Christ in the bloodshed, as there are a number of f shape of a dove and it came to me and children 01 the parly. Evj hi the shape of a lion. Among the ery effort is being to take tiium Gentiles according to the Scriptures 11 to North Dakota, but the le ekT is would be raised up of your brethren, j obdurate and insists that ht will pojl do not want to kill. I want to do! to Yorkton to the Doukhohors. j good. David and Jesus Christ isMn .The following letter was left for! one. When the Doukhobors receive! the police yesterday, written by the me, then God will prove me. Then! Virgin Mary, dictated by your eyes will come open." Sauli Ste. Marie, The result of the race between the! don. Out. the faculty appoint C. P. R. STEAMER WON Fort Soo William to the CLASSICS W. J. Alexander, B. A.. M.A., Ph. j D., a teacher of wide experience in {.both secondary schools and colleges an honor graduate of Toronto Uni- versity, B.A. in 1S99, M.A., in 1903; got his Ph. D. from the University of California in 1905; now 01 July i Classics in Western University, Lon- VESSELS COLLIDED Montreal, July Regu- lus which collided with a coal barge from Philadelphia is ashore ten mil- of captain and crew is? not known. The chances of saving the vessel are poor. Denver, Colo., July John Kern of Indiana, was today nominat- ed by acclamation for vice president by the Democratic National conven- tion thus the work of the convention and sending to the coun- QUEBEC BRIDGE INQUIRY Ottawa, July the Parlia- mentary committee of inquiry into the affairs of the Quebec Bridge "Co., today the Hon. Mr. Fielding, the min- ister of finance, said emphatically the would have to pay in? amount of the guar- anteed Bonds issue of the collapsed Consecrated the New Lodge Huronic of the Northern navigation j company and the AssiniBoia of the f C. P. R. nVt, was a victorv for the! to no decision. It had, however, a pretty good idea of the course it in- tended to pursue. MODERN" LANGUAGES H. Alexander, B.A., M.A., hon- Assiniboia. -which reached the head! of Toronto; taught in Ot of the locks at 5.25 a.m. todav about jtawa Colgate Institute; examiner ten minutes earlier than the Huronic, IOr a number of ic The trip down Lake Superior was in Diversity of Toronto; has Taking advantage 'of the visit from I roost exciting One- The Huronic was yearS the Grand Lodge of Alberta in con- j threa minutes later than the C. P. R. ,y OI Clt.v of >ew York, j where he has been in charge of a de- partment of 15 instructors. Highly recommended by Professors of Colum- bia University, New York, and of the City College. ENGLISH LITERATURE a' but luection with the laying of the corner j Boat in leaving Fort William structure'. The minister said the Q[ the ngw the new Ma- j one o'clock yesterday afternoon construction of the bridge was a ne-jsonic Lodsre, Lethbridge No. 39, was! soon caught up. Neither boat had j cessity but the government had with due pomp andUny advantage until o'clock when i I ceremony, and the officers installed j the Assiniboia took the lead and held i in their various offices last evening. right to the Soo. The lodge room was crowded withj This Corning at the government j J. Broadus, 13.A.. M.A., Ph.D., visiting- brethren from various parts Commodore Anderson, of the Washington University; M. A. LOOKED GOOD TO Spokane Men Were Greatly Impressed with this Province try the ticket of Bryan and Kern. The nomination was made without the formality of a vote, all other can clidates withdrawing. The result awakened a tremendous demonstra- tion. The convention adjourned amid scenes of enthusiasm. John W. Kern was born Dec. 20, 1S49, at the village of Alto, Howard County, Indiana, is father of Dr. Ja- cob W. Kern, was a Virginian by birth, who removed to Shelby Coun- ty, Indiana, in 1836 and lived there until when he moved into xae new northern country. The nomination of Kern was made by acclamation amid the resounding cheers of delegates and spectators. The steady line of states which iad joined in seconding Kerns noinina- Denver, Colo., July W. Kern, ihe nominee for vice president on the Democratic ticket received the news of action of the convention in his aiiartmfint.s in tllS Alba.li" tonight. When.early in the day mat- ters began to shape themselves in. his direction and- his selection be- came almost a certainty Mr. Kern determined that he would remain away from the session today and ac- cordingly his seat was occupied by alternate. "I am profoundly appre- ciative of the honor which has been conferred upon said Mr. Kern, when seen shortly after the conven- tion adjourned. "I regard the hon- or all the greater because- I did not eek the place nor did niy delega- tion." Denver, Colo., July F. Murphy, of New Vork, after the ad- ournrnent of the convention, said: 'I am entirely satisfied wit'ft the tion had soon made it apparent that I work of the convention. Its enthus- the chances of all other candidates had been extinguished. Mr. Towne was the lirst candidate to recognize the decisive natkre o Spokane, Wash., July ilne Kern movement and in a rinj. BISHOP POTTER IMPROVING Cooperstown, N. T., July of this" province and the neishborins siniboia was presented by Mayor j University of Chicago; Ph. D., Har-j tion5 OI" thanks for the many cour- speech withdrew his name from con- Thompson on behalf of the citizens vard University, Professor of Eng- tesies extended to the party of Spo- i sideration and pledged his support to provinces, and it is safe to say that withstanding the intense heat. Bish- op Potter continued to improve to- day and there is reason to believe that }4he majority present never witnessed I such an imposing ceremony. j The Grand Master of Alberta, Bro. j .Rev.- G. H. Hogbin. assisted bv the he will recover now that j Grand officors oration ceremony in a very manner. After the installation of the officers a sumptuous banquet presided over by A. C. Messer, was served to which ample justice was done. A very pleasant hour was thereaf- of the town with a handsome chair.! Ush in University of South Dakota, excursionists by the people ticket of Bryan and Kern. His worship also read an address and more recently instructor in liar- i Calgary, Fernie "and other towns in j to which Capt. Anderson responded I vard University. j Canada, were adopted at a meeting of j suitably. The town band headed the j ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MA- performed the conse-1 procession to the dock where a car- j effective nival was held- i NEWS OF B. C.'S CAPITAL Victoria, B. G., July number of laborers unable to find work on the Grand Trunk Pacific railway. Tff-ere returned here today by the steamer Venturer. __ A Jap held for deportation to Ja- j ter spent in son- and sentiment. pan for trial for killing a. fellow sea- man, was shipped to Yokahama by the S. S. Aki Maru todav. THEMATIC S AND LECTURER IN ENGINEERING Mr. Muir Edwards, M.Sc. of Mc- BERESFORD'S COMPLAINT Cannot Guarantee Security of Britain from Foreign Attack Fairview, Lincoln, Neb., July the board of trustees of the Spokane; When he received the news of the no- Chamber of Commerce, July 7. was stated in the motion offered It i mination of John W. Kern for vice- by j president, Mr. Bryan said that his DROWNED Lloydminster, Sask., July young man named Campbell going from Lloydminster to his homestead yesterday with a load on a lumber wagon, while trying to ford the Bat- Fourteen Men ___ I... Logan, of Winnipeg, of the C. P. R. right of way department is in the city today. The company is He river, the current swept the team j settling for the land being appropriat- downstTeam. Campbell was drowned j ed to build the spur track to the Roy- London, July morning newspapers are regarding Premier As- quith's statement in Parliament re- garding the dissensions among naval officers as a warning to Admiral Lord fharlpf: and other naval malcontents. Professor in McGill University five years, and has made a specialty of municipal engineering. Frederick W. Depart and unanimous- j views On the nomination could best ly seconded that the Spokane-Calgary j be expressed in the- telegram which he He is not only nomination but was an unqualified success. sent to Mr. Kern. f and the local organization was urged pleased with the fori to repeat it. pleased that it was made with such pective number of students when class open in September is at least 50. The Senate did when it decided to confer degrees ad- fiundem graduin upon the members of President Tory states that the pros among other "We couldn't have ayn more Frederick E. GOodall. president of j unanimity. There were a number of the Chamber of Commerce, said j persons whom he counted as favor- convocation and also upon such other able and Kern was always included been treated in this list. royally anywhere., and 'Mr. Kern and Mr. Bryan have been e natura ,hmgj believe that the trip be produc-1 political and personal friends for dfinrrppc J.JTJ- t r r, o JU4 tive of a great deal of good for Spo- many years. kane. as well as for the places visited, ._ The Daily News prints a guarded juniversity graduates as make appli- statement that Admiral Beresford has proper credentials before "with his team. The police have gone over to investigate. ATTACKS ON BERESFORD London, July campaign now being waged by the newspapers fil Collieries, north of the city from the main line east of this point. Owing to the recent changes of own- ership of some of the land, there has been some difficulty in getting some parts of the right of way. But as gainst Admiral Lord Charles Beres-j soon ai? is done the company will at once proceed to build the track. it lord has reached a point where seems inevitable that the govern- in cut liiUst interfere iil some way to abate what is becoming a public scandal. addressed to the admiralty a strongly j the of a convocation. worded memorandum declaring that with an inadequate fleet under his command he is unable to guarantee the security of the kingdom from foreign attack. The committees appointed were: Executive: The Chancellor, the Pre- sident. anJ Mr. Justice Beck, Dr. Fer iasm, confidence and harmony were its distinguishing features. There can be no doubt the candidates cho- sen were the choice of a large major- ity of the delegates. "To both plat- form and ticket the Democracy 01 N'ew York will give a sincere and I believe'most effective and united sup- London, July London, newspapers anticipate an interesting- contest for the presidency of the Un- ited States. This they think; will arise not so much from the differenc- es in the platforms of the opposing- parties, as from the striking person- alities of their candidates. The Sat- urday Review thinks ]Mr. Bryan has an advantage in being more promin- ent than Mr. Taft and suggests that the. Nebraskan may obtain strong support from the Pacific coast by the adoption of Congressman Hobson's- The population of the towns and ci- ties we visited consists of a hustling, energetic set of men and they did j everything in their power to make j our visit a pleasant one. No more i ROBBERIES AT MACLEOD that around Lake Louise, where SUES FOR DAMAGES ris and John A. McDougall. spent Sunday. Th-e country we Finance: John A. McDougall, is growing rapidly." The Spokane-Review Windsor Doctor Enters Suit for Burial of His Wife at Sea. the urer; Messrs. McCaig. Strathy, Rid- dell and the President. Building and Grounds: The Presi- Ferris, Riddel] j dent, Messrs. 3 and Beck. FIRE AT TORONTO Toronto, July this morning was caused it is supposed by a hot box, did damage to the extent of to a three story building y Jones 'Bros., manufacturers of show cases and barbers supplies and occupied by sixteen other firms. First Spans on Big Bridge WON L1PTON CUP York, July W. Thompson's eighty four foot schoon- er yacht the Shamrock, won the lapton Cup, offered for the 325 milt- race from New York to Cape May and and Captain Barr, her skip- per has added another victory to his -strinsr. BODY RECOVERED Fernie. B. C.. July two year old daughter of John Latzko, who with her four year old drowned in Michel cr.'rk a month ago was found floating in Elk river 1 yesterday afternoon. The body a good of preservation. Windsor. July Chalmers Prp.nt.icf; of this city, has started a suit in New York against the North German Lloyd Steamship Company, for damages for burying his wife's body at sea instead of embalm- ing the body and bringing it to New York. Dr. Prentice's daughter was on board when the mother died and made to prevent the bur- sisted upon by an Italian official. The passengers sym- pathized with the daughter and after strutting the immense traveller to be landing at New York the'captain re_ used in putting the balance of the bridge together. A good deal of the material for this monstrous machine The work on the rapid jrogress big bridge has this week. Bv beautiful country could be found than j Horse and Equipment Stolen From One- Man, and Guns, Knives and Shells From Hardware Store SNEEZED HIS EYE OUT steel work will be completed and the wormen will be ready to start con- has not qet arrived and it will take a month with every condition favor- able to complete it after the material is at hand. ported that there was nearly a mu- tiny over the affair. Dr. Prentice is quite widely known Guelph, July S. A very peculiar accident happened to Corporal Hart of London, who is in camp here with the medical corps of that city. While sneezing the effort dislodged the eye- ball, which came out on his cheek. The eye was replaced by a physician, and he is little the strange incident. worse for the of Spokane. of which the editor-in-chief, Nelson W. Durham, was a member of the party, had this as the leading editor- ial in its issue of July 3: "'Members of the" chamber of Com- j took merce who went with the excursion! throusrh BritisJi Columbia and 41bf-rta returned with a clearer comprehen- (Special to the Herald.) Macleod. .July robberies y: here some time between the hours of '23 o'clock last night and 7 this morning, what appeared to ACQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGE Sydney, X. 3., July jury has acquitted Maurice Cuthrie and Dan- iel McKinnon. of a charge of murder- throughout Ontario by reason of his j ing Clifford Murphy whose body was the harbor here last Feb- soul. on the immortalitv of the sion of the importance to Spokane of j OompboU Bros, outfit. One nam- ed McDonald was brought to this city from Cardston yesterday and transferred to Macleod on the flyer. The other fellow was taken direct to The robbery of the CV P. K. freight ollice safe still remains a mystery. This morning; Chief -Gillospic and Constable Kroning arrested a man on oods in their i but the case is not Very strong against him. Tie was around the day before boasting of his Know- ledge and skill with safe combina- tions. He had no- money and humming1 drinks. Yesterday he had money galore, and had abour dollars on him when arrested. The C. P. 11. secret service man, Poy. is on the scene working Detective Egan and the city police, and while they have their suspicions, they are not saying anything for publication. Stop That Cold To check early colds or Grippe with means sure defeat for Pneninonia. To stop a cold with Preventics is safer than to let it run and be obliged to euro it afterwards. To bo sure. Pre- ventics will cure even a deeply seated cold, but taken the sneeze break, or head off these early colds. That's surely better. That's why they are called Preventics. Preventics arc little Candy Cold Cures. No Quin- ine, no physic, sickeninsr. Nice for the ihoruuicmy safe too. I' you feel chilly, if you sneeze, if you ache all over. thinV of Prerentics. Promptness may also save half your usual Mckhess. And don't forget your child. If there is feverlshnetW. niRhtorday. Herein prob- lies Preventics' greatest efficiency. Sold !a 5c boxes for the pocket, also in 25c borea of 48 Preventics. Insist on your druggists fivint you Preventics J. J. JOHNSON. BISHOP CURTIS DEAD Baltimore, M. D., July Rrv. Alfred A. Curtis, Roman Cath- olic bishop of Wilmington, Del., died here at 8.45 a.m. IN A MONASTERY Chicago, July despatch to the Tribune from Dubuque, Iowa, says "Mayor H. A. Schunk, who dis- appeared recently, was yesterday found in the Trappist monastery 18 miles from here. Troubles in legal and political affairs are assigned as the cause of the official's desire to shun the world. It is stated he is following out strictly the rigid dis- cipline o! the monks. ;