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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGF. WEEKLY HERALD for the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading' London, Ont., July Steph- Montreal, July figure oi enson, a young farmer, is dead from blood poisoning as a result of swal- lowing false teeth -v.'hile eating per. He was operated upon and the teeth removed from the stomach but Hood poison developed, resulting in death. siderable note durng the pa-t few davs at the St. James Hotel was Mr. Chatham, Ont., July sto comes from Kent County House of Kefuge that Ricard who rommitted to the Refuge from Both- well in 1904, is heir to Depew according to the story, backed by lawyers is rightful owner of the townsite of the city of Delaware. Ohio. Moose Jaw, July a. tempor- ary fit of insanity yesterday afternoon Mary Galbraith, a waitress in the Commercial Hotel took the life of hex new born child with a small pair of embroidery scissors. The young -woman is a daughter of Andrew Gal- braith, a farmer of the district and formerly of Seaiorth, Ont. Miss Gal- braith is now hi the hospital and has teen formally placed under arrest. Helena, Mont., July Morris yesterday addressed a letter -to the commissioner of Indian affairs at Ottawa, relative to the deporta- Son 9! a'laijje band oj while Canadian charge's, hflYo; fceen for years roaming through- cut this state. The Indians participated in the Kiel rebellion and -with its suppression came to ilonta- zia_ The state department arranged -srith Canada for their return but soon afterwards disatisfied with con- not thought- that any boycott result as the better class of Chin- ese are unanimously opposed to the opium traffic. JB? Halifax, N. Julv Montreal, July Chi- natown was the scene of a cold-blood murder early this morning when an unknown rnaa was shot dead by a with whom he had a row last night. Tong Kee, keeper of a barber shop Burk, of the commissary department of the Intercolonial railway was taken to Victoria general hospital in a dy- ing-condition shortly before midnight- last night as a result- of skylarking in a car at North Street station with William Perrin, employee of the same department. The two men were wrestling when Burke lost his balance and fell against- some sharp instru- ment, receiving a severe wound in the head from which blood flowed pro- fusely. The injured man lapsed in- to a state of unconsciousness and was removed to the hospital where an operation was performed but the chances of recovery are slight. Perrin is under arrest. Ottawa, July The beginning of fe last %veek of the Se5sicm and the of Sir Mine Puts on More Men Which Causes Delight There LETHBRIDGE MEN THE CHIEF OFFICERS FOLLOWED HER MOTHER'S EXAMPLE. AND KEPT DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT or WILD STHAWBERRY IN THE HOUSE. Calgary, July fourth an-1 Mrs. W. J. WUson, Tessier. Sask.; nual meeting of district Xc. 20 A. 0.! tells of her experience in the following F.. was held in Calgary The following delegates yesterday, registered: Brothers A. E. Dupun, D. C. K., Loth- bridge; A. M. Ritchie, D. S. T., Leth- bridge, Thomas Dupon, Lethbridge; Kenneth, D. C. S. R., Edmonton; A. S. Jones, Regina; Wallace, Moose Jaw; Morden, Medicine Hat; McCow- an, Cranbrook: Dr. Rose. Gleichen; D. C. Ross, Calgary; F. G. Butt, high court representative. Toronto. General routine work of the order words I wish to tell vou of the rood I have iound in Da. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STKAWBEHKY. Last summer ray little girl, aged two years, was taken ill with Summer Complaint, and as my mother always kept DR. FowLr.ir's in the house, when 1 wad a child, I seemed to follow her example, as I always have v. occupied the attention of the dele- gate, and a lot of business in con- nection with the work in Alberta transacted. The meeting showed sreat prosperity for the A. 0. F. -in the West and all parts. A second court will be established in Calgary at once, and several new places will receive attention shortly. directed and she was at once relieved, and after a ccupla oi doses were tiiken was completely DR FOWLES'S EXTRACT or STHAWBERKV unpans a healthy tone to all mucous surfaces, corrects and heals ail forms oi caaja-r and counteract ail tendency to pain and mfiamrnmicn, while it gives tone to the system when by and fluxes of whatever n-" thus making U the host and remedy for Diarrhoea. Dy-remery. Cramps. Pair, in the Stoniurh. Sea linV.nttinj. Cholera The election oi officers resulted as j ness, Choler and all bummer follows: D. C. A. E. Dap- on, Lethbridge. D. S. C. A. M. j Ritchie, Executive Du- pon, Ritchie and McCowan. Organizer for F. G. Butt. Medicine Hat was chosen as the next place of meeting for the conven- tion of 1909. In the evening the delegates at- tended the regular meeting in the Burns block where the degree team of Calgary lodge put on the work to the great satisfaction oi those pres- ent, after which speeches., etc., from the visiting delegates and a social and refreshments brought to a close a most enjoyable day, both from a business and pleasure standpoint. Goldman, July mine bus 35 cents. Manufactured by The i1. Milbuni Co., Toronto. Out. JOHNHERRON'S HOUSE ROBBED Pincher Creek, July Echo says: Tuesday morning when Mrs. Ambrose went down to her father's Mr. John Herron's house to see if everything was alright, she found that the house had been entered and from the look of everything she con- cluded that it must have been done by boys. Chief Reid worked on the case on Wednesday and iound that young Tommy Caunce and Johnnie Reardon had broken up and destroyed over fifty quarts of preserves, break- .jing the bottles on the kitchen floors, then ransacking papers and bureau started on "double shift" again mine here will be very largely increas Drawers and strewing currants and starting today. This means a large ed. Of course a large part of this _ sugar over the bedroom floors. It has increase in the number of men em- j will be transformed into coke. but-sjnce developed that- they have stolen cloved two hundred in all, commenc-J a vast quantity of non-coking coal'a number of articles but it is very _ ._. i j i, "D -i i -IT ork, the greater number for the will be shipped or taken by the C.P- R. This also means more money for enter the competition at the fair an it will take a good band to hea them. The bands entered are Kenc ra, Ont., Brandon, Portage la Pra: rie, Stonewall, Treherne, Hallock, S D., Moose Jdw, Sask., and Cardstor The conductor, S. S. Newton, dc serves all kinds of credit for the ei ficiency of his band. He has give freely of his time for the past tnre years without remuneration we ar told, and has taught the boys wha they know and he has a band c which he may well be proud. Th best wishes for its success go with i to Winnipeg from Lethbridge an all Alberta. IRON SPRINGS Air. Editor: As it is some tim 22 18 Daring 23 EQUESTRIANS Asrialists MERRY CLOWNS BEAUTIFUL- BLE JENGTH f.. V yesterday sentenced to be hanged. The trial was commenced on Mon- fret, lightening their spirit: day before Judge Craig and a jury creasing the enthusiasm, of six men. At the trial-it was good ef- and in- shown that Bergman, uho was rnur- tlercd for a belt of gold, eleven miles above Selkirk early in .June, had made a desperate struggle for his life. Enclosed by dense forests, up- on nigged ground, carpeted with leaves, Bergman mot, his doom. Thej murderer had hidden the victim's bo- dy in a hollow, under a canopy of willows. The boots protruding lead to the discovery. Evidences wore forthcoming to show that the ruth- less criminal had stood by and over- come his victim with a merciless fire from two rifles. Six bullets had struck the head of Bergman. Four- had entered his skull, One glanced from the top of left side of his bead while the sixth pierced his cheek and nose. The arm was also pierced with a ball. That death did not result sooner was due to the fact that the rifles used were of small calibre. Euvil Anderson, the man who fled from the scone of the crime with a fcullct in the jaw told the dra- matic story of Elfor's guilt. In the finals of the hammer throw, Flanagan first with a throw of 170 feet 4 1-2 inches, beating the Olympic record. McGrath was second j j .s with a throw of 167 f'-et 11 inches! 1 Troupe ss Form in Classic Iviag Pedestal. 11 Arabian Tumblers 10 Lovely Ladies of Faultless Form in Classic Poses a Great Revolving Pedestal. f.W M3 d J350 t Family Digby, N. "S. Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. Gentlemen August my horse was badly cut in places by a barbed wire fence. Three of the cuts, (small ones) healed soon, but the others became foul and rotten, and though I tried many kinds of' medi- cine they had no beneficial result. At last a doctor advised me to use MINARD'S LINIMENT and in four weeks' time every sore was healed and the hair has grown over each one in fine condition. The Liniment is cer- tainly wonderful in its working. JOHN R. HOLDEN. Witness, Perry Baker. I Si- mv laisnia'i Gni'eti Cyclists and Rolltr Sktiers Racfdsss Rough Riders JW SHETLAND PONY BALLET Double Menag 5 ene :ru? At U since any items appeared in your pj per .from Huntsville District, thought I would send a short lettei The farmers, as a rule, are expec ins a fairly goed harvest-. Some c the spring grain will be short, bt winter wheat is good. The acreag is by no means small considerin that the hum of the threshing mj chine has been heard one season onl in our district. If reports are true, two gasolic outfits will be at work here this se; son. Report says Wright- Brady ai getting a larger engine and will 1: prepared to do good work. J.E. Hur having bought out J. Tennant's ii terest, it will be Hunt Fisher. The are also getting a gasoline engir and the horse power will be lai aside. Our school Miss Agnf Creelman, having completed her se< ond term to the satisfaction of a her sister. The new minister arrived he? about' two weeks ago, and, well v. won't- go to sleep while he is preac; ing. He's all right. Ice to Homesteader' Aplications will be received on and after Monday, July 6th to homestead the available- even sections of Tp. 1 Kge. 14, W. 4th M. J. W. STAFFORD, Act. -Dominion Lands. irnsi Aerialists Supreme Ol and Walsh, Canada, third with 159 i 3R! W- 'AY 'N. Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria. feet 1 1-2 inches. the result of the hfinnnor throw was anounced, it bring the first final of the fourth Olympic cv-nt, the. stars and were run up on the arena flag staff to announce that the United States had gathered in the first event to bo decided. The final of the metre flat race, was won by Shcppard, Ameri- can. Tho finals of metres walk was won by Lamer, England. The time of the winner was 14 minutes sine! 55 seconds. Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER Si CO. LETHB1UDGE. ALDEBTA gjtersHa Broth Hll iiduj The Only Lady in the Entire World who throws SOMEKSAXJLTS on the Neked Back of G Swiftly Running Horse. Tfeiinferins Eoinan GliarSat Bat w sA X V 2r. SEALS S SEA LIONS eiesos X? Russian assacfo GARLAND ENTREE; ft A COMPLETE Lady Ji-isoese f.rtl "20 AsScxisSsissfy HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES ELEPHANTS CfcELS, LLSMAS ANQ DOS K3S CAKE WALKING HORSES TRAINED IMPORTED UtBUH STALLIONS N STREET PftMDE DULY DON'T BUY The JVlaterial for your shed, barn or house untill have seen iru Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Bogers-Cunniiigliani Lumber Co., Ltd. Lethbridge, later, Stirling, Raymond, Magratft, Coleridge ;