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 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ic News for the Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Akril few weeks ago Winnipeg, April fl. R. Fin- Maunger "Richardson of the Domin- nagau. superintendent of the Win- ion :Fair, booked an attraction for nipcg boys' club this morning was tlui fair of Stobel's air ship to give honorably acquitted by Judge Dawsou flights The, Morning Albertau of thtr charge of indecency against yesterday received' a letter from an R -Iph Johnson, a Swedish boy whom American resident of Nanton, a small had befriended in the clnb, lowsr-ou the souiii line, stating that TJU. evidence went to show was going to marry and wished the charges were trumped up be- to" lutve thc ceremony performed in c.iuse he prosecuted Johnson -for the airship during: of its flights stealing. atf fair. He plans to have the air- ship start from a part of the grounds Calgary, April a meeting of Toronto, Out., April Har- bouie, secretary of the Toronto club, has been arrested in Havana, Cuba. Extradition iniv'diately. s will be taken Rfgina, Sask., April Clarke, brakeman 'on a C. P. R. yard engine here had his right leg taken off this morning- as the result of an acicdent. His foot was caught in the guard r-iil as he was coupling the cars and tho whole train passed not on regular schedule and to tra- the Alberta Fish and Game Protec- t over his vel to a. point in front of the grand live Association held here last night j ___________. stand and -there have the ceremony if was decided to introduce quail ia-i building on performed. K It is thought that the to the province ami a committee wus j First street, occupied by G. W. Sib- manager to the request appointed to secure birds and carriage works was nearly as it would prove a great drawing all arrangements for destroyed by fire yesterday evening" card. IS IN THE CITY WILL REGAIN A MONTH DURING SENATE'S EAS- TER RECESS Tutsday's DaKy) Hon. Senator came in from Ottawa this morning and will remain here a month during1 the Eas- ter recess, Mrs. DeVeber and son are in Ottawa. The Senator almost danced for joy when he got his eyes on the green grass of Southern Alberta for Otta- wa still has a coating of ice and snow. The snow- fall in Ottawa the past season was extremely heavy. the official measurement being 11 feet 4- inches. The Senator is looking well, and CALGARY POLICE HAPPY Caught Burger Who Shot at tht Poiictmtn Calgary, .4lta., April po ike on Friday night Attempted to ar rest two uii'.-ves wno had stolen same tobacco and c-cnul it away. Tl uno man but the other escapee and fired on tnem. On Saturday af ternoon he was captured down" in East Calgary as he. was> attempting to get out on a freight train. Officer Douglas saw two men together and they started to run one finally taking refuge in a stable. He followed them and covered both of them, s Before they could shoot he had "slipped the bracelets on them and then marched them up town. Chicago. Ills.. April great, liquor contest in Illinois has result- M. Tl v cd drawn battle with the saloon at BanL" winning decisively in juiost of the Iar cities, but losing in. scores of small 1014 saloons being vot- -ed out of existuice. The returns as collected by townships are even more impressive from the prohibition point oi view. S2S -townships or mon? than A motroa was also passed'instruct The fire brigade responded promptly j and hearty jn bis Kegina, Sask., April 12 ing "the secretary lo communicate and extinguished the flames, but _ ese store o{ Sing v 'with the' Dominion Government in [building being old was a mere sheiC; Parliament will sit until, th.e cjty police tonight i regard to having a fish hatchery es- remains. The origin of the fire is un- June but refused to make a guess as [-Chinamen were arrested i tnblished at Banff. This would mean known. to wheu the Federal elections will to ylri station whei that half a million trout would be held- in tA CHANGES IN GREAT BRITAIN'S CABINET London, Apr. announce- ment was mada cf cabinet appointments. They are as fallows: Herbert Asquith, prime minister and first Lord of the Treasury. David Lloyd Georgs, chancellor of tha exchequer. Lord Tweedmouth, president of the Council. Ear! of secretary of state for the colonies. Reginald McKenna, first lord of the admiralty. Winston Spencer presi. dent of the Board of Trade. Walter Runciman, president of the Board of Education. John Morley, secretary of state far India. Sir Henry Fowler, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. The two lattsr have been made peers but retain their present C. G. Zetri appointed der secretary for the colonies, Lord Lucas for the F. D. Ash- landr financial secretary war office and Thomas R. Buchannan, Parlia- mentary secretary Indian 30 CHINKS JAILED Chinese Store at Regina Raided by the Police u _ Boston, Masa., April de vastated more than one square mi.e Kegina, Sask., April Chin-i of. the manufacturing, business and AN AWFUL FIRE IN A SUBURB OF BOSTON This woxtld mean known, that half a million trout would liberated even.- and Alberta I Montreal. April and marched to the police station where they were placed in cells to await a hearing Ho brought the good news that j before the magistrate on a charge of raided by-tenement district of Chelsea, and some 30 loss estimated at fuijy u.uu. .viucita. i --vpiii to beiore tne magistrate on a charge of would become the fisherman's r-ara- {the Gazette's Ottawa gang had been se- gambling. A search of the premises dise- fKon. L. P. Brodeurs personal for the Lethbridge Field Bat- after the arrests were made is said r--------- c- iiiiq.1 Lilt? 211X001.3 WcrG I vwstigation of the marine department teiy- whiA soon be fully organ- j to have brought to light lay- huay result in a sensation b-v Vr. Stewart. There is ,tity of crude opium, bee t------ probability Chicago, April football play "of University of Chicago, is the (sprung in the nt-xt lew days by iliw't t 01 the total -number leader of the hungry-Bulgarians j.iivst of those -under suspicion. t wnl be built 'this year too w TV fart n-n 4 ,-v "L. that an armoury wiue and spirits. beer and Chinese ing- closed -to the syJoozi. Only by in th? larger cities did the liquor iutercsts save themselves from rout. -While the '-grog riot an economic ivsser 111 the the prohibi- had a decided financial Questions they lost. Although they did not "chase the demon they v.-ho on ihc city hull here yesterday. Investigation revealed ry, Alta., April While in an ingeniously barricaded room, entrance to whichuhad to' be made by window documents were dis- in the invasion a j NOT YET UJV I which is apparently being held among uate of thc- University of Chicacco. is j i i.iai. >io.en tuutiOTi; o-en louna r rsiu ts a.t played ,ca U Jv ou th, ChKOCu team, snys he night profess satisfaction with the result. set tli- mob on thu city hall iu order unrtv lo call attention to the dis-; TO ,1 tress and, conditions- of COUIL. f, i tn.-men." two men drove up andi f but in toe darkness j MYSTERY ABOUT DISCOVERY IN BELLY RIVER NEAR DIA- MOND CITY (From Friday's Dally.) i covered relating to a lottery ?eing ;he Celestials of city. CUT OFF GRANTS 'To Indian Soardins Schools Conduct-! out to p-uarcj millions. The fire started at 10 a.m. near the Boston Blocking Co.'s works on West Third street near the" Everett lint and crossed the city a distance of one mile and a quarter to Marginal op large quan i posite the East Boston shore. Among 'the buildings burned were thirteen churches, Frost Hospital, Children's Hospital, City Rail, Public Library, five school houses, a dozen or more factories and about thres hundred tenements and dwellings. The resi- dential section of the city, where the wealthier classes resids, escaped the flames. In the retail section through which the fire passed twenty business blocks were destroyed. A company of artillery was brought Mitchell, delegates to-the one man arcay mid both officers r to Present the body found the uther. "shooting over hisj -n the Beiiy lover near Diamond City j neact u> inguteu him. He was fin- j has not been identified. It is re- rally captured and brought to the cit ed by Religious Denomin- ations property moved irito nomination, ,'stores and warehouses on the beats around 'the heads of the but 'lif Pnl PiepUh" h paWOlIWl Jn rlic'lie of He fired Jican state conveauor. elected eight districts. The accused pleaded guU- twelve shots. So iar he has not been ty before Judge Kinsay and were; captured but the police have a good years description. T.r.-ir pQjjce_ vv men taken on the to the national Republican vention aad instructed them to each sentenced to serve sov jote for-Win. }L zfieir the Eastern penitentiary. If this afternoon. The body was wrounds were seen discontinue >ii his pay. The Mounted !H- diau hoarding, schools inrestigatiis the rumor have becn operated by thc a'suriC us denominations U suppoit e In- (JUDGMENT. FOR LIEN HOLDERS schools different! Edmonton, April Lordship, finan- j Justice Harvt-y todav sovernmcnt-i in the three actions brought jured and a property loss between an summarizes the record of disaster which confronts the city of Chelsea this morning as a re- su.t of the great fire of yesterday. Early today a consignment of mil." itary from the state camp grounds at South Frammgham, were piaced at the disposal of the relief committees. Hundreds of them were set upon the-pubJic playgrounds at tverett, an adjoining town while atners were erected on open ground m the unburned portion it- self. It was calculated that those each of which will accommodate five persons, wouid serve to shelter about one half the homeless people. The charitable organizations in .Bos- ton and other, near by places are tak- ing care of the remainder. WhiVoniy 3 persons are positively known to have lost their lives in the fire it is feared that a search of the claylight. will disclose more victims. According to men the total loss wiil.exceed and- The insur- C. P. R. OFFICIALS HERE Inspected the Shops and mentsd the Management more careful .hs grant which up for trial at last -.Dover. April Eepubli- aged years wHose- arrest on can convention mat here today -an i charge of larceny, unearthed the plot ejected delegation to the na. j and W.' A. a plumber in Chicago. Th- wlioic place the men divided the pro- f> j'ttsxiF of the robberies.. solution aisecting the national delo- "__________________- irates to support Secretary of Henry Hothberger. force and were on the first job irhen' wiil be made to see i- Jthe closi J Supreme .-nose arrest on a shooting had occurred. any ground for suspicion of I Aita.. ftnd amount of tj I L-ondon, _ fthpi-e is any play. -j Thc man cr a railroadman The platform endorses the tration of President Roosevelt. .Emerson, rt Wright, a- Bern; Hanerson. Man.. April Emma Goldman crossed the International border without interference from the American authories. to detain her. j customs officer this morning by hold- in to his head and then April a in tne martcr ot possible f and darfc troiwn aggression on the part of Japan was j ter for so Ion- In-, ,c- voiced at the held at Lon-jmost past rocoWon. But the den evening; by the Australian was a large man, Chamber 01. Commerce by Thomas {ii0oui Price. Premier of South. Australia. Canadian 3tr. Price was emphasizing those on. tho other servos of Alberta and Saskatchewan. 3t is uut announced xvhac plan the-i Xuverninent will udoyt io -carry' on j the education of of Court, for tho full amount of their claims, with he case liaf occupied the. attention L the- judge and lawyers of the eitv T sr-m? t'isie and aroused ccnsidcr- It is quite possible .1. i'ury. of Winnipeg, .general manager of the C.P.R.. for the West, Supt. Law-mice of Ifedicinc Hat and Supt. of Cranbrook. were in UK- city for half an hour this liior com- the the yards KNOWN IN WINNIPEG ISO that the decision may bt- appealt-d to PIirrwnted the local managers c-n the full court. way things XVLw goinir at the station TJie three lien actions wtw .-t-.'rT 1 .yard, and the urtfeer denart- j 5 ikfend- i mftixts- shoot when he refused subltiit- The case which is the frovt> climax of ntunerous clashes between the ..ffi> I of the two countries at this the neces- sity for Great Britain giving a more1 NEWS FROM RAYMOND tangible proof of her interests in the I _ colonies. "You cannot merely Hying a it is the "Union Aprii keep a colony by lag over it, even if, from Stirling. he said. 3Dr. Rivers drove actions were similar. 'In each the ants paid the main contractor all or! Supt. Brown lee- was in the- nearly all of amount due on Man rm-., after sub-contractor's horo today. He has authorized Sander the' ,nm "held in I 'supplied iiad hied or> the rmvitne Kitstrick and iliss Baker were charge of having murdered perty. The contractors had failed' OI1 the en.stern s-seemeS to be quite solicitous {'pw'nt' arose ut aUeged smuggling I "Thm-n --------lc rtr h Oscar Deiomrue near -Black-'.River, a Z, V K-- c to pay tne subcontractors or rratonal bridge is to h men and these- at onct- brought suitjthc -Oth the over to Stirling crime to -which he has confessed, is started OK t'rotfi Kruerson across the boni.n- and flyer train. "VTrigiit of fi lady of easy vir- boarded the Soo j tue from This is said to The American haTe occurred Match 8th and Wash- are reticent tu u-hat occurred last. I authorities were communicat- 3Ess Goidxnfta was certainly detain- j ed led to the ;ue of a ed at Tories and left for Wright's at Koyies of thc if you are j Coulee. going to retain Australia as a jewel I of the British Cro-sm, soma one Soo "train on thc order of Immigra- j yestfirda-v- -tion Officers. Tharc is a report -to __- the effect that Emma Goldman. bn the train to Xoyies declared her- self to be at. anarchist and that On j this statement Immigration Inspec- tor Smith barred her entrance to the United States unless she could pro- duce citizenship papers. He has been taken to Crookston, Minn., his "trial will take place tomorrow before the United States government commis- sion. n. the leader Canada, .vho "Port Au Prince- A] reason to believe ril that measures j od tonight j territories and B.C.. April of the Doukhoijr-rs in this city. .he ciiinate ..r too cold for his coun- that he proposed to 3Ir. AVelis and Totrnsend n from their ranches, g-ofto siand up and fight to keep! it." 3Ir. Price expressed his of I-ethbridpo are spending in strong terms of thc propos j da-vs the home of "Mr. R. H. to raise a numerous federal eiti- j DufTee. army in Australia. A special service will be held TOll known in Wimripeff. Two years j ,gainst the owlu.rg ago he earned tho bettreen amomit of the nipfg and St. Boniiace. He did not live happily with his vafe and about' ago went east. H: recover Tr Har' made v> con-. MARRIED IN UTAH sist.r in St Boniface. the 6XtCnt 1 owners' "ability FENCING BUFFALO PARK by the amount F I April shoot- ing affair took place last night at 31st Antonie St.'when Mr." Alphonse Ficrm- l uu. tue iimuuill IO WHICII tfle chT, Edm0nto'1'_ 13-The! said ownen, might be liable to pay on church 10 commence-at 11 o'clock The Rev. John J. Cameron, if.A., will take the'service; Wi n to MrS11" ie S atartineau was held up in his store. I Owing to the very rough weather Martmeau. who keeps tobacco and -on. Saturday the football match bo- the United1 -apparent in the Kootenays, probably in th 'for thc. I bo If ment that hostilities ftirainst thp n- TT tne bi t.'ju government are growing tort1% t, more It is widely lhem that those who are oposed to the pre.sent government including the cla.sses of Haytians will take barber shop was just closing Itaymond and Magrath store for the when two men j Postponed until next Saturday, came in and asked for cigarettes. He was counting his cash at the time i and was alone in the shop. Martin-'i eau gave the man the cigarettes but Charles McCarty had a week -shipping horses. Daily.) he well known :e man of the city yesterday, Loffiin. Utah, witk tenders for the fencing of the Buffalo! the contract. Ht> held tha T. T r, tnroucrh park on Battle river closed Saturday, arises as soon as work is done or rna- i returnin and were opened here by Howard j terial furnished and that it creates his bride Douglas Dominion Porks Commission-i a liability from the owner to to linn d" e, Twelve tenders in all had been holder. ..Payments made by the own- received mostly from local people, j ers. to the contractor do not, satisfy: 3rr -p'm'in i- a liAn Kt- tli.i I O11C Oi thO 1'Ci; the seventy {a by tlie sub-contractor, thonjrh! miles of wire fencing was at the rate! the owner's' liability to the lien holder j thc he refused to pay for them w.MIo the dispute was going on the other no j man went -behind thc he would tried to -rob the till. Martincoa, picked up a hammer and threatened I lo strike the robber. The other man i counter and his Wond. I HaU' Monaay even-, Anarchist Spouter' in Toronto Slays at C. McA listers. President Roosevelt with All his friends .hope that his life in i lent Words the future will be bright and pros-i Toronto. Anril l-T-For de- sal es- tate firm of Pilling: Bros., and inci- ti.4v- (jj j V i l U of a mile, but the successful I is no greater than the balance W" .t8 "Disputed bid will be under the estimated cost, f contractor at tlu- time the Jion champlon of j es l luring the past J our years I ht' ]la-S Ihirfv Trti- CALLED ROOSEVELT A FOOL j itestsandhas suffered defeat RANCHER SUFFERS LOSS Onco thnt M c-cieat out once, that at the hands of -Tack Cur- j ran of Montana, whom ho afterwards p- or the pi-esencc: in the har- or of th .and United States warships! an armed demonstration rnilies. The JJour m tineau, who will recover, was taken i tonight passed t0; the genora! Jioi.ia the expectation of overthrow- i resolution that one of the ing the government, but in the Board of Trade ad- him. -ef precipitating a landing of. nnd, follotrin? this, American lumlw vention. j.Roosfevelt was denounced as a fool. He states Miss Irene Johnston and Mrs. Prt-s i Alexander Berkman the anarchist vocating- a duty of S2 a thousand on and cents on shin- Ottawa. Ont., April to a statement made in thc- House .yesterday by Hon. G. P. Graham, the estimated cost, men is known to ton Pulley spent Tuesday afternoon j at C. A. Johnston's. Reynolds was trclcomed Diamond City by all of his Toronto, the mem or and wave Regina, Sask., April today's j, .sitting of the Saskatchewan. tun- a motion by D. D. Elis. Mooso- imany fnends' min. requiring government to! Mr' Jones- the other April within of livinff man has wind mnko a provision for an onquiry into i'sprflined his -inkle while crented such dire havoc auction ound the engineer, ar- r- -f. question of government ownership; of the Grand jl ff klke shorc wcst of Toron-. and control of interior elevators for! Mr- Marshall Carrol of Lcthbridff T; i J...---------- -drew. a revolver and fired the j thc" future wiil be bright and pros-: Toronto Ont Ac I "ne' SW" Wfsst bullet-hitting Martineau in the nghi nouBCing'the anarchist brood and caL K' Per- breast. men oscuped, leaving j Rose Ahem and Fred Johnston vi-. for their extermination in-'.his I? SLantWl a roatth iu-. the. contents of the till Ixjhind. the Johnston ranch even J recent to Jthrown mto ft 1namire wore I near s for Vancouver Saturday nior- to look over the situation.there The Doukhobors number 7000 comprising twelve r leaving; .-VI.CI-H ana Krca .Johnston vi-. for their extermination lL hundred .u- the, contents of the til. behind, the Johnston ranch even- recent message to Congress President mto ft wanure o......, tuieaa- -who will recover, was I inff- 1 s stablois and five horses The Garbutt Business College Of Calirary in T'Mrirraphy. Shorthand and Bnsinws pspert pn-parw .vonnc: for inrinpttirirncp sucrtxri Writo for proHfH-ctnn "L anytime. K. G. GA RBIJTT. was making the mistake as- Russia' made twenty-five vears in frvino- V made twenty-five years ago in trying to suppress the anarchist propogan.- da. i, .iLHt- [Ittjelf. cot one weak heart tn a hondired is In it Mtpallr diseased. It is aliiiost a I kMdentin- Jitflo. nen-c that is. all at This obscure nerve-ilic Cardiac, or il.c Qvrdiac, or Heart Nerve mom -shore oi th Hne ior a nule on both sides ft.-rence in price and the actual value mouth, of. Mimico Creek west of wheat and the amount received by the city has been ground to pieces the. farmer of Saskatchewan would in and swallowed up for twenty feet three years be sufficient to back. The mouth of Mimico Cnjek every elevator in the province became a huge bay and all flats are i Gfto. Unglt-y, Redberry. and ClilTord Johnston ranch with their brother Mr. Chas. Jolm''- Johnston oi Sunday ston. covered to a- depth, of scverar feet, -'to Mr. Ellis to withdraw his motion JUcctnc poles along the lake shore as he stated: TX deputation had been between Windimcrc Ave. and Humber appointed at the Grain Growers' con- bu Jack Bowser is brother at, the Little Bow. Mr. Biil- one of Diamond CityV most controlling nisrves. ------continue !.Dr. W m0rninff held at Saskatoon to wait -up- earts. -r. aoffoeat- r. ShoopV r jrescrl is alone directed to theno MHnst nerve centors. It 11 raai, tennln- hcArt help. stronir DrvShoop's paasenifers had to walk !on the government of 'Saskatchewan. Popular men. celebrated his thirty- birthday the other day. 3'r. James Graves, one of thc en- gineers of the Diamond mine left Monday moraine for 'these points. The track He thought it would be wanting jn where ho will start th-J'troction was seriously .threatened. Great courtesy. Jt had also been suggest- 'here. H. v U1..VI1 damage has been done on. the south'-1 ftd. that the prime minister of Mani- shore of the island und it ,is fearecl'toba, Alberta and Saskatchewan should confer with a deputation from the Grain Growers' Association of the three provinces a view to arriv- that if th longer thc e storm continues much channel will be worn straight through the island to Bay. woman gets prompt and lasting help by using Dr. Shoop's Night Cure. These healing, antiseptic suppositories with full information -v 1T r -wu Down a t Beaches Kcw nnd Balmoy- j ing at some practical and desirable! how to proceed are interestingly told tiled. The; conclusion, Mr. Ellis said he also .of my Urfok 4 For ALL DEALERS" the storm was never equalled; waves have forced themselves yards farther inward than ever be- fore and families had to be taken out of their cottages. 100 't Wfts a member of Grains Growers' i Thtv bortk and strictly confidential association, but could not see his! advice entirely frfte. Sim- way to accecic to Mr. Lnngley's Dr. Shoop, Kacine, Wis. for I my book No. 4. Sold by all dealers. has con- dead WILL HOLD INQUEST Since" Saturday, information come to Coroner Iliginbotham ceming thc mar. .found ;in the river, that has caus- ed him to decide to'hold an -in- which u-illbe done at. ten o'- clock tomorrow morning- at the cem- etery, where, the body will be ex-' liuraed for recognition.'" It is expect- ed that the of the man's death will be cleared up. DON'T BUY CHARGED WITH BIGAMY Kingsvon, Ont., April Hepburn, engineer is under arrest on bigamy. It is alleged that, Hepburn married Eva Smith of Storington township on January 2, while his wife Annie Sandy, whom he nwriccl some years ago wns living at ?eterboro. WHIPPED JIMMY BRITT San Francisco. April lacFarland, Chicago light weight. whipped Jimmy Britt, in thc sixth ound this afternoon in their twenty- ound contest, at Colma. i 5! The Material for your shed, or house untill you have barn seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest vet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fib and Cement -in gtock. V i Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. lethbrJAje, later, Stirtiig, Migrath, Coleridge ;