Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE l.KTHKR.DGE I1AILY HERAI.P SATURDAY, AI'RII, 11. 19H Where We Get WHAT TO DO FOR SORETHROAT Its'older thin any-human records. Inj i the systems of as of lit'1- Whoa j returned the Miner's I -I the tf.v-irt o' the o! lialk-cs i'nWjsl 'nations uo innr-i-is Vincent F. Ransome Who Crossed Atlantic on First Steamer Tells 01 His Experiences In ancient, as In went t3u-.es the liau iron: tini- V.oreJ ones to in gold leaf j ,r.a gorsectu tins. Tio IVrtlm is now that of the New Year, ihe of Fine Clothes. It If tailed, !t conies at a time near Kaster. In nil as" has bum a spring festival, and it has bti-B reVbrsled with egss.for they arc our srr'iiis festival celebrate with and' nillUnery i BRAND COEFEE [often Imitated I Seldom Equaled ,I Never Surpassed] FucKed in one two pound tini only. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL: n BS suibols ta ot srs a S the ..-.aster o! tr.e Gea.l i AUiUiu The ies before the Chrijtlaa er.i iba. in Persia for Ihe celebration of feslivuls marked by the presenta- tion oi colored or palmed eggs. Cur- iously' It? modern fire-'.vor- sliipliers do not the custom, iillhoush their acceptors must have I iTatliced it. TSu occasion on which tlie ezss ate tires given IB the spring fstival of Tto custom liss come down tarough the ages practi- cally unaltered in idea, although the doctrines of .creation exemplified He food because they did coat; the elements of life. Kfflptv egs-shells are shells was a prevcntalive o: evil. Irish and English children are taught to put the sl'oon through the while in Italy nol only must the ess-shel be crushed, but it must be dropped into a stream of naler. This is a double protection, for witches abhor ihe spell of runiiins water. SOME GOOD ADVICE BY A SPECIALIST there to be a deiuic ot Sore Throats ibis winter, tip foilovltis valuable, r.vire will be we.- ci'incd by many. A tore, threat is c dangerous complaint to trine trilb, a Inalaut relief and will usually cmx> worst throat within 4S hours. Tlio healing and soolblug qualities o! tblsforniuUore unequalled, and every pfrsoa suffering with a bad throst should give this prescription n trial. There is nothing bettor. ordering Parmlnt ai ways specify that you want doable Strength; your druggist has It or can get U for you; it not. send 7oc to tte International laboratories, 71 St. Antolne St., Montreal, who aa.e a specialty of it. AdTt- was 1" years tie Slriiia ibo Tbiaits for an advemurous voyagx .to the first vessel to tress the At- lantic under steam. Of passengers and crev on that epoch-making occa- sion there Is, so far us is known, but one- survivor. survivor, the Vincent i'.ansome. long been. thu, incum- bent ot L'cini'lon Bassett. an unspoilt rurtl relreat Iu lho heart of VYIIt- mllca from Caioe, its Vork It a. ttlll. '.luiM night and i belug drowned In a panic. 'I he wreck ho tide, was low When il they svss left for upwards of halt the paddles aud got tlio a aud Itieu the remains wcro -tamer off'-and she gllJoJ Into lierUalvusril. Tin- metal work pur- 'rhaseil by Mascus nf lllrruinghani, from ilit! puuip-voj lliey had a lli act Ions before (be Ureal-West em. Ihu'delay nearly the palm.'' j thire, somo icarctt railway i-otuwttwl with tho other world. II was tesliuB the memory very sc verx'ly to recall the iueideuts ol a voy whiclt thrilled two continents 'i Vosel Was [one uf A trusic nllai'hes to the nautosuu. of both the iteauwr anil her Kallant commander. Captain lleV.-erts. who number ot brass paper welishtB cut, Icli they presented to Mr. had held the rank of Lieutenant iu tbe navy, later took over the charge of the good 6hijj rreshieiit. Dlsusler awaited that for Sailing from Now York in she'wns lost with all bends, cvidelUly In a groat storm, though ;her aisappearauci; remains one of the mrsterlps of- sc-a. .s..- -o-. slrius herself, after a "Yes, 1 was but a small boy then, >VM Oit the Irish r. Ilansome admitted. "I aw is.il It is lie only souvenir ot the Bleanv er that ho possesses, though ho couM liavp procured others wlicn timbers ot llio wrerk wcio m'ado In tables, chnira nnd tiie- like: ho treasures (bis POltil disc uron the jiollslie'J surface of whlcli Is engraved a-a Inscription tell- ing of the memorable voyage that commenced at Cork April 3. 1S3S, and cmlctl trlumplianlly at New York ou A iQGIWft ROYAL IHOIISLHOID FLOUR T im 9 -The Vope's Eas- worl-1.1 It is llius the duly o! His ca-f o 111- world is f.llowcrs sliive to. bring, ntou ed putliration oi the message, follows: "The nf church (o ISe wdlld' at' Kaster is an eternal one. H is tils, t'hrisl has risen.. But, Ishouzh Hit messis? is tbe oUl o-e, -'ill his its application always to the rawest events, hence it is a message which" always lias neiv force. "Christ rose tolhrigg Ptace 1o the. ENGLISH pnL55 FIGHTS RAISING OF RATES TO CANADA >iiVER VARIES IN ITS SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE i H okcs elargc, liglrT lo'af.vilh a triip crust, vholtwme body, and flavor Tbe peace to all-the world. "in o'.ir roind ttcre rises all, Ihousht of two ifgior.5 o! the earth which most oi all at the pres- int time stam! in need of-lliis !ijfss- iiii, UnlLatis in i.iie 'old world, Mexico in Ihe.- new uor.d. I ".May Easter bfir.j Uiem peace, raay all wlio control oi'm- io this, end .______. April Xewfpapers and Eagaiine imblishers, who view the possible increase'r'jn-'jiostal rates on newspaperB and T.iaj'azines belneeu England nad .Canada with deep con- cern, Fostmast; erJGeneral on and lie. has a'cre ed'-to received a deputation after among billers, the Society, the Newspaper Proprietors' association; the of Northern Kewspa- per Owners; ths Federation of South- 'em, Society of 'WesVily- Newspapers an.d'-PeriMiict', Ihe Irish'Newspaper So- icie'ty, arid Ihe Empire Press Union. 'KINGSTON COLLEGE GIRL BURNED TO DEATH always' At same sircngth acd rUvo-JJ. sASSooicaou? Htoscwiis acca -COLDS Kingston, April 11.-Miss Lulu Smllb, daughter of- Rev. Di SnHlh -arts stu -.dent at Queen's University, died llii' morning of burns received last night iwhen ?be accidentally knocked ove her The oil blazed up an, ignited her clothing. TRAIN HOLD-UP FOILED New Orleans, April daylight hold-up of passengers Illinois Cen- tral passenger train No. 34 was at- tempted today near Tauglpahoa, La. Two robbers, after shooting and wounding a negro porter, named Al- len, escaped -without obtaining loo'. White Star Summer Schedule From Montreal Prom Liverpool Sat. May 1 Teutonic Sat. Apr IS Sat- Slay S Mogantl; Sat. Sat. Hay 18 Canada Sat jiii Sat, May 23 Laureotic Sat -May 3 And weekly thereafter Book early seivjre choice of accoinmajallona. tUceptiooal Fadlllies for Pre- paid Immigrants specially conducted. H. S. Arabic and Cymric, special overflow Steamers, calling at Portland. SPECIAL MEDITERRANEAN SAItlNG S.S. ISih- New YorS td'jladclra, Gibral. tar Algiers. Naples, Gtnfo- A" delightful spring tine cruUo to Ihe Glorious MihUle-mnean on Elecir.er in the tra'le. WEEKLY ,NEW YORK.i BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA By tlie Llnoj: American Lino (one class -Jtwi "teamera 11.) White Line 1 evlaud Lire, AUariUc TranE port Line. lied Star IJne. Berth ing lists now 'o-.iea for all eun nier sallinsS.'-'For space, rales sallies, etc., afply lo W. M. McLEOD, 333 Main Street, Winnipe Or to any railway or sleamslii Mr. Hansome adraltlod. now." Uut he his years well might easily to taken tor no more t bau "0. VCKCJ Built in Scotland Of l-ellh build, the Sirlus wns a steamer with ivooden pad- die wheels and one. funnel, of 412 loss burden; her length ITS feet, a breadth of 25 feet and a Jet-lti of IS By her voyage steam (b Xew'York she robbed ot a record which tho Great Western came near setting up. for though the cross Cliitmel service, nml in 1S47 she ran on tho locks in lioilyooltou Hay ilurlue a many passengers .'Ides of lho Atlantic. Similar souvenirs Kdward. sent to Roosevelt and prominent Inslltullous on bolU NAVIGATION ON GREAT LAKES OPENING UP Fort April ice-breakers, Homo and to- day reached open valor, which means that these two powerful lues have plunged their way through four feel of solid ice tor nearly, twonty miles latter set'out flvi> days later, tho Sir- out inlo :the bay. A .passage nearly lus only best her at the fluish by a seven hundred yards widn has been few hours. made by lho Ice-breakers from open The Siriua slatted from the Thames' Wfttcr. LORD GREY SEES ICEBERGS AHEAD FOR HOME RULE Wellington, New Zealand, April II. Groy, In an interview at Auck- land, said It looked us if the tbip ot Etnte woro solus full steam ahead to an Iceberg. lie refused to that the peo- ple of Knular.il would allow the Home ilulo bill to receive the'royrt assent without such n demonstration as would make a general election neccs- tury before tro bill became law. (Num. tlie use d WINDING UP SWASTIKA MINING COMPANY Toronto, April. order -rind, ing nn the Swastika .Mining Co. of incorporated six years ago, with a nominal capital slock of 000, v.as made at Osgood Hall Ibi3. morning by .Mr. .lustice Latchford. f and fjuarantee. Corpora-1 tion is named iiiterim witr a reference to ilie maater-in-ordiniiTy. CARD OF THANKS I hereby desire to convey my ajiprc- 1 ciation nf .and ihankB for kindness land sympathy csieaded in my recen sad MK'S. A. rUQUUAKT. {The Oiympia Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlors i' J 327 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Offers lo any one 1000.00 who can convince II.st our 1CR CUKAM contains any more than the Uichcst, Purest ind most Wr.olesomo Cream tliat money ran buy. i WE MAKE THREE CHOCOLATE AND STRAWBERRY Try our Ice Cream in It lias no eiual. Cream delivered to.aiiy part of tlio city. 'A fuli line of High Class Chocolates fur Melba, Gaiong'f Ilome-Mado, loc per frtsli. Apples, rtoir.au Ktaultit1. for 25c, Binanw 25c dozen. Sunkist Oranges 2ar, SSc, and 600 dozen. CALL ONCE 25 .ml SDc. all DmigU (T.lie VITA Tablet! I TO RENT 109 acres, Irrigated land, near fjlf.'. .'All irrigated last'Sept. and nlf summer fallow. Owrar half rate, half the tiiiesliinB and half twine. Will rtnt for SIOO.OI) THE DOWSLEY-MUt-HERN LAND CO. Sherlock Bldg. Phone 544 The New Restaurant yOU A WELL C60K- ED, NICELY SERVED. SELECTED MEAL AT 25c up This [lOpnlflr'CPting is canted 1'X men who hare IDHK' jxpejler.ce'in Hie rtalatir- ant In Stock Branticffd Perfect, Cyres Stand- ard. Cycles with New Departure Hercules or Eadio Coiatcr HuhH. Danlo? Tires, biack and goM lined. Genuine U. S. A. 'Cycles built to order. Two or Tliroc Speed Gears fitted. CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS Cycles and Sewing .Machines Repaired, llaby Carriage Tiros fitted; full line ot accessories. Lethbridge Cycle Co. Commercial Oysler and Chop House 2 Door< Swl'n Lethbridge Holsl 110 5th St. S. a number of passenger boarding her In Jxmilon, and siie wos lo call at Cork to pick up others. "But." gaid Mr. Haiisome, "ahe had i sv.cll bad weather In the was In the closing days of lhat when she reached Cork- several passengers nuitled her in alarm, for- felting the money they had paid for their tickets, consequently, when she steamed out" of Cork bnrlior there were 'only seven Otst clasi passengers iou'r ot whom were ourselves; that is. ay father, my elder brother, my sis- er and myself." Mr. RaoEome's father was an army officer bound for Canada for sen-Ice u suppressing a rebellion. Quilt a Roush Trip -There added Mr. lUnsome, noted ju.ssengers abosrd, -.Mr. Davenport, an actor, and his daughter. Miss name was real- ly I recollect that ha waft in a'moat nervous Elate, afraid lost we should go down whenever we encountered rough sens. Many years afterward Mr. and Mrs. Davecjott luraed to England, and while, they were eHying "I Yarmouth my father noticed. by a placard lhat they were playing -The of Venice there, .anl_Le renewed acquaintance with them. 'When we commenced our voya upon thi. continued Ihe rec- tor, "she was laden almost down t the water's edge, .most of her coal be- ing' on aeck. We had nothing bi rough weather, and aa she was but sort of skiff on the walor you [Imagine .that there were many u and frying elperiences." Mr. Ran some look a boyish late re in recounting the adventures upon t! broad ocean in this Einill craft, re lizing its drawbacks aa well as i joyt." The hazards of a bold Inr.ov lion in steaming across the Atlant were Intensified by hampering gale Fuel ran short and spare yards a spare had to be sacrificed to feed t furnnce in order to keep up sleam. Resin hitu to be cornrrranccered from Ihe cargo to be mixed with and jidil coal In rajlnlaining the fires. The Siriua had departed from Cork auldst the cheers of crowds ot sight- seers, the battery at Monkstcwn fir- ing a salute at she paesefl. The Jour- nal of her commander, Captain Rob- ens, states that she was carrylne tons of coal, 20 tons of water, anrt 5S of resin, besides general cargo, all" this bulk being calculated to put her seaworthy ciuallties lo the test; and that il was a aeverc tesl is shown by the log. which records a success-ion of "heavy "big and "storms." "Towards the end of this voyage o tiselcen remarked Mr. Ran some, "wo had a Etarlllng incidenl for we ran aground at Sandy Hook fcv.- hours before entering From St. John Sprjng plil The Crack Steamers. In Canadian Service. HOYAL. GKOKGK ItOYAL. EDWARD..: HOYAJ, GKOrtGB EUWAItD HOYAT, GEORGE From 'and .Quebec. Surnmer. COMJFQKT Luxurious Suites Ht- Keasonablc SPEED wireless and Other tin" Sis Days at Sea, and Two Hours' to IJMidon. Devices. BALTIC EXHIBITION, MALMO, SWEDEN, 19H. orwegian Centenni.l Anniversary, Chrlitiani., Norway two. nwnthi, from May.17th. Secure BooWett and i.-DAVIS, General 58J Winnipeg. There's Only QneOilPull RUMELY-LA PORTE The bf the OilPull Tractor, and the feet It is the only tractor that can bum kerosene and ths cheaper oils all load., atifunder all conditions, has caused trie term OilPull to bo. apylitd to otter oil-burning tractors. There's Only One OilPuH RUMELr-LJifOKTE r.tmi OilPail is 'l be ined by no olhtr. Toe OilPull is tte onlr luc'lot lhat on barn- cbei? or dlslilUte-all ihe lime. _ -In running electricgentnlors, or olher belt -voiV, the lyctd tlon of OilPull 20t torn. r.oirr.fil. v For kinds of imc'liye wbik the Oil- Pul! rotnlsbeB reliable' at minimum eiper.se. LTkJI t. t.y... ........._____ OilPull simple io Intelligent pcrxm on ruo i< liule initraclioo. OilPoll il oil-cooled; no rlinpr M raaUtoj il for Three ]S-30, uid 30-W power. the OilPull is Ihe Rnmcly nervier, brancbef 1IXXB Surpiies and on short nolice. Aak for OilPull catalog Ho. 315. Cora RUMELY' PRODUCTS COMPANY llncsrpcra'.edl fewir-Farnwif MoMntr} Illlnoto WE CAN TELL YOU WHERE TO PURCHASE OR SELL POULTRY 1'IGS i'KT STOCK AND AU. OF STOCK Till; BUST MEANS OP I VOUIl DESTIXATIOX -H TUB' BEST BOAHDISO HOUSES is TUB CITY: 1IAVB Of THIS KOTK 1'Al'BII, COMB AND b'Sl-: Will TIMS TO YOUfl 1'IIIBNOS LETHBRIDGE FREE INFORMATION BUREAU DALLAS.HOTEL ;