Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

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: 6

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, Al'IW., IS15 THK I, ETHUfUnG K D A IL V If 13 R A J, I) PACE THREE JL-A. VT ARROW JGOLLAR Football Club Ready for rganized for Season XATIOXAL w. t.. I'liihirlrlpliia Lead the National League in Other Big Leagues York, tho close of tlic present week Hip r.-luhs of tlie on ;ii Leayuu ivill ciitcr that per- iod of the si'iismi wlnitcin Uu: is i-eslriclecl to playctfi. 'This ruk' adopinj ;it tlie aii- jiiiiiil mecitini: 01" tin: KI-IIIOI Demnbt-r )Taml IT HBIffli TUl CONTINUED KItOW KHONT I'AdE WOUNDED' AND MISSING WHITEHEAD, Capt. L.W., 5th Roy- al Scots, Montreal. McCUAIG, Major D.R., Dth Royal Scots, Montreal. PITBLADO, Lt. C.P., 5tli Royal Scots, Montrffhl- ROSS, Capt. G-H., 50lh Victoria j Highlanders, B.C. ACER, Lt. G.S., 50th Victoria High- landers, B.C. MACLEAL, Lt. V.A., 7Znd Seaforlh Highlanders, Vancouver, B.C. Out., April ir.l- Thc Sons oi Hnjrliiml Koolbull dub held Llicir animal in I he of- liccs of Uic LcLhhriflgc Quick Print lust and Llie rcsull ivas very NatisininmY to :ill coiu'crned. Hip fact Uiat ii very luriic number of tho Sous have: enlisted lo partake in uf a .slmicr rharacier ilum j frK.llKill sliil iTHKUiis Die nuc- I h'us of -.1 very team, am hunch nt recruits who .should turn out players, ol'ifcrs for lion. 1'r.csiilniil, ThOK. lion. Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Karris F. T. Robins J-J. Scott Hrurclary- TiTu.siirer. tiro. I'ursons. The ;ifoic mentioned vilh Iho t'aplain (no! yd anil "iVm. "ihtrry form the executive cumin it-tee K. j Carpenter kindly olTercd bis m'n ices' lor tlic ycncrullv thankless joh of su- I (lie players, sli'ip.s', etc., and i jii'c .sine ivill prove of very assistance. Mr. Win. IIalie.ni was pointfd n to annual meeting of the city ami district, lea- gue (o be held OH Friday evening at j the and everything points to a successful season cdiibidcrinu; lhc circumstances The funds of the dull a respect ah le credit balnjicrc re- maining from lust season. i nonnced inda1-" IraBiic Kt Tlumm-, CM-; '.'I? j 1'le. Mliv SmiUi, Herlin, y .1, will Kflgi Koiicrt C. Andrews, IJoston, First Hnltnlion, Ar- Ont l.anre-C'orpl. Walter Tavlor, Cliatham, UiK.; I'lc. Thus. K. Mur- far J.oiulujj. Out ...5jtwccn May and I. Al wo.imled Scrgt, Master .the liCgniniiiK of the sr-iisoii tlie Xk-xamler ffhvtc, Detroit, cf the league sliowcd L'J! pKiycrs ojj coninicl' so thai mote lhan eighty Implied with ule on H-iiriuit a decided hear in i; on tin race this summer. I'mlcr tiie new re. ions Ifljc total oi ih; will he KnS plavers he players; next Saturday t" cunionii ruic: jivcniirr :it pcnnar.l ruee (.jtcuiJif; of the thirty-one Died of uoimds, April An- drew Hrookdcld, Onl. Died wounds, April Ed- mund Kuir, Toronto. Hccmid Ilattalion, iroundcrl ljtc. l" Ma.-Mn, Tonmlo, 1, i cluli will -Serct. William John Hkcwis, MJO .scrvicps 01 __ ten pliuprs. Many of HatU- 1 icsc clubs have alri-ady anuripalcd Pte. B cficcl oi the.ruli- and drop- l{ Toronto, Ont.; Lani-c- playois licfijrc (-lose of Ite Uorpl_ f'rumlyi Cliurcli, Frcc- fiiaii Scnousfy wounded I.ancc-Corpl. William Henry Milton West, Out.; I'tc. XaUiaii F. Moiitour, New Credit, Out lose of A Jew iM'i'i imcondi l-ional foul Lhc ma- jority v.'Orc sent had; u> ihc minou ID D 'league -clubs foi fufiiicr 10 l! In Lnis cantiGCl'uKi ii is tin Lin: presont 'crop of RTI lojhpc-n up to tlic st.mdL :years. The Jew. isciliiicd ers taken Lo' UID I mil.in. Iponwl, sulliticnL promise tfi LINE-UP OF Alia., ApriJ en- try lists for the Alberta. lioxing Wrcstliiis clianipionshin be held in the Kdnionlon A.A.C. arena on Friday and Saturday ot" Iliia week, dosed yesterday, ;uid a Lntiii ol1 -17 tries was received Nineteen have L'lHercd for tho wrestling evenls while [hero are 2S entries in tliti IJQX- iilS" cliiimpionsJiipg, giv'jng of a lengthy iirogramme both Friday and Batnnlay. The men will weigh hi at Friday night lit Llie Kdmuiuon A.A. and tho draw for the various events 'will tie ina.de by iMossrs. Edwards uu Cliown at 7 o'clock eacli nigliL of tlie tournament. SQjcihg Events is tlie-complete list of en tries for the boxing bouts: lOBlbs. Tait, Udmontou A. A.C.; P. R. Campbell, Edmonton (unat- T. Pliillips, Eflnionton A, Is'onnari, Lciiibriuge A.C.1 Bert .Enilersby, Mediciue Hat HBlba. K. Chaiilln, Leth- lirldgo A.G.; AV. Rtinkln, Eilmontou A- C.; C. Hardy, Edmonton A.C.; AV. D. Hough, Edmonton A.C.; Bert Euders- by, Medicine Haf. A.C. 125Ibs. S- Squflir, Arcdicine }lnt A.C.; C- Mnrdie, Edmonton A.C.; C. Tait, Edmonton A.C. 135lbs. Lush, l.ethbridge A. C.; Lusb, Leihbrirtge A.C.; li. O'- TlelHy, Atliabascn; W. F. Beamisb, AJ- College; G. Symonds, Edmonton ton A.A.C.; F. W- Pay, AtUabasca; ,T. A.A.C.; F. W. Day. Athabasca; ,1. A. Con very, Calgary Y.M.C.A. I''" "WAR BABIES" SCARE IS EXAGGEPATED pa have j London, April "war UTiiiit baliies" (lucstion is to be Investigated. additional couching and iiUc-nUon, l A comnuinicatiRn issued last night at hut-1 lie general das not en-ILanibeth Palace, tlie arcb-episcopal ilic itlcj HIC-IT ivcre residence or tlie Avchbisbon oE Cun- iiuy Ty .Cobhii, .Johnsons ur j terbury, says; 'akc Daiibols in the i-amiis. "The archhishons of Canterbury and The American Ie.iu.im rlulis have a Vork. the Ker. Dr. John Scott Lid- fivc'-playcr adx-aiitagc over Uio.se of j gelt of the London HcJioo! Hoard, and .National League, the junior editor of the Methodist Timsa; Adel- league tijiL- .in piirollinent ino. Duchess of UeJl'ord; Dr. Mary players pi-u uluh V.MS Dacoinb Scfiarllieh, governor of St. not rescinded to conform wiMi the .Clary's College, Paddiugton; Lady I iifiiv rcgiiJatioii in vogue in the Na- and othera, have been tional. As a "result (here be .giving carefui c'TiSidcratioa to the al- jles.s cur tailing ci[ iisls in ILin John- probEibiliLy of there being during (son's circuit tor Uu.- American i'the war an increase in tJie nuinher of J Jcajritc ciuh.s had 2-i2 players un- J illuoitiuiale births, and bave requested ii (Jrr at lhc opening ot the I small committees ui ladies, in cou- Maiiincaniucr ;ind ARIICW ,j baseball year. This U.IIVE an average j junction -with the National Union of hers, to Investigale tbe MEET ME AT THE Paramount Pictures to the Wetter Class Last Time MONEY" A ilory of the mining game, in five parte of tense dramatic __________action, featuring EDWARD ABELES_________ FATTY ARBUCKLE and MABEL NORMAND In another Country Life Comedy "TITOSE COUNTRY KIDS" THE TOPICAL BUDGET OF WAP. NEWS THE POPULAR JOHNSTON TRIO Other Excellent TOMORROW AND SATURDAY The Mywtery Marc excitement In thj ipliede of the Robbery of the Ruby Coronet TONIGHT TONIGHT M Her Bitter Lesson "The Evolution Percival" "Dobbs :it the Seashore" "His Unwitting Conquest" MI8S B. PORTILLO SOPRANO HAHRY C. WILLIS AND "JERRY" oi thirty iilayers per L-lulj and nccps- i Women Worl iSitatcti the clropriiut: of lint forty 'nature and 111 in onler to cunionn ivilh Uic Uyukull and JtcAvoy .Johnson anil Cleveland ol' Alberta. and C. Annes, Unl-1 Ainsnulii. vcrslly of Aluerla. ITolbs. ?uid C. Anues, sity. Slioclul military Tom- O'Neill licnz JJHS, "C" S'. "D'1 Conipiiny. 'JSlli; A. R Sfjuair, irii C. 11.11.. -Medicine Hat. Wrestling Events I 1J. Gladysz, Eilmon- j V.M.C.A. -FEDEBAL S 1 7 11 1 MitcfiPlI, IJurstad, Couinlic Vorli at, Boston, postponed on aeeouat of cold weather. in Ulis P, Edmon- ton Y..lf.G'.A.; H. Croll, C.A.: Paul Lewis, Lloydmiuster. Y..M. Chicago Brnoklvi) 10 R Lewie, Lloyd-11'itlshurs luinster; Marry White, University of City A'iberiii; A. M. Loptson, Edmonton i.; George tiutliGi'laiul, Caiman' Y..M.C.A. .IGSIbs. CO, Tiffp.n. Univer- sity of Alberta; A. E. Owen, Edmon- ton' 'A-A.C.; D. Yonns, FjJmonton J. CrncJiett, ICJinon- ton Y.JU.C.A.; George S.ntlierUind, o'ury Y.Sl.C.A.; David Pattlc, Calvary Y.M.C.A. t75Ibs. and Sutlierland, Calgan- T..1I.C.A.; David Cal- gary Y.M.C.A.; IS. C. Van Pniten, versily ot Alberta, and Pattlc. Cal- gary Yjir.C.A.; Jl. W. .Trelle, Univer- sity of AJberta. SLIDE E'NDS IN HOSPITAL "Ping" Qodie of Seals Injured fn Los 'Angeles ATHLETE CLAIMS DAMAGES New York, N.Y., April W. Sheppard, bolder, of the woi'id's championshin amateur running Baltimore G U.lfi'iiJo G SL. Louis................. -i Kansas City Chicago Jolmsoii, Adams and aad i En7enroLh Brmvn and Ji'ischcr. SL. Louis at Pitishvirg, postponed, .667 .6'15 .571 .571 .400 .400 .333 8 -1 17 i NO BED OF ROSES Says-Ty.-'Cobb: don't onre Christy Matheweon dncs spend hours Leacliinj- Chriaty, jr., to throw j the fadeaway. I hope Ty jr., jwill just turn into a good doctor or lawyer-inslpa0-of-m -world1 famous atb lete. I would hate lu see a son of mine go through ynme of the things ball players have to. Baseball is tlie grejitest game ia (lie ivorld, but I do not .believe ,boys should go into it blindly, thinking it JE a bed of roses." CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells To Get Quick Relief from Head-CQlds. It's Splendid! In one j will open, e your clogged nostrils tlie air passages of your at Newark, postponed, caiu. fialLimorc at Brooklyn, postponed, rain. INTERNATIONAL Providence n Barter and Lalougc Schulti K other. 9 0 4 2 Bill cians irdcretl him out of the game for a week's rest because of injuries, not serioua, received last week in Los An .gelcG, when lie slid into tlic home plate. lleloan will substitute for Cadre at centre field until tlie San Francisco "fence buBtcr" is nlaying in form ag- in Garden, February 11) last, which, he alleges, removed him from the field of atli- The defendants are the F. and D. Co., tlie sliotv .corporation, and the New York Athletic club. To their negligence the complainant ascribes the injury. Headquarters. 33th Canadian Mounter) hilles. Pinchcr Creek, April 4th, 1915. E. W. KINGSTON. Civil and Military Tailor, tLcthbndgc. Alberta. Dear. Breeches duly received and arc satisfactory in crery way. In fnct, there is nothing in tlint line here that can compare with them in style and workmanship, and I nm much pleased with them. Lieut, J. hag aslccd me (o 1mvc you up> form for as ho desires lo place an qjxtar with you for a pair OL these Breeches. Trusting you will forward above by jrclurn mail, I am, Yours IrnJy, R. G. I1UTCUINSON, Made from the famous Bedford Cord, laced up frnnt, In our workshop. Price Only (no scheduled. Seiittlc 3, Arjnicouvci- 3. Alicrdcen.l, Tacoina 3. Spokane S, Victoria -J. AM. ASSOCIATION Clovclajjd 3. Colinnhus y. Tnriiaiiapolis 2, Louisville 3. Milwaukee H, Minneapolis L Kansas tCtty -i. St. Paul 5, WOULD PINCH HIM Ilalfts Corners, April is said on bust autliority that Jack Johnson intends rn mahp his future home here. The town ucdice force is j nrepared for such an emersenty, and [ho sez that if Jack attempts to'locate lie re fie wi'il Lliurst him [n'lhe JocaJ to await inslnictions trom Wash ing ton. QUITE' AN HONOR Ty Cobb mus with the Tigers two days ivlien ha dirt something sensa- tional. In Jin exhibition snmo at llo- bile lio hit the ball over the fence .for a home run. ThQ bn'il. In Its flight beyond the hall yard; hit n piccaninny in the mouth, caved ih his -face, and caused a commotion in Dlackvillc. The negro, boy, however, as soon as he recovered, anO learned what had hit Iilm 'iv.ia tickled almost to death and will never tire o! telling of, the event in bis life- head win clear and yon can breathe freely No more hawking-, shuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No strug- gling for breaih at night; jour cold or catarrh will be gone. Get a small bottle of Rly's Cream Balm from your druggist iioir. Ap- ply a'llltle of this fragrant, antiseptic healing cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of tlie head, aootlies" tlie inflamed 01 swollen mucous membrane and relie. comes instantly. H'G just fine. Pon't stay j cold or nasty comes so nijicfclr. Jror sale bj- J. D HieiiiboUuim Co., Ltd., Advt. lllc extent of Hie t The rejiort ot the committee, and the steus to be taken, if the problem proves a serious one, PC cousid- eretl hy another rominiitce, of ivhirh the Archbishop of York, js chairman. The Archbishop, in referring lo the matter in a speech yestorJuy, said there had been much exaggeration in inline rcporis on the subject, and lliat where it had been possible to teat the figures given In tlie reports they almost invariably had proved to be untrue. SWAT THE EARLY FLY It is not too soon in early Slay lo begin a fly campaign. Every stray fly killed now before the really warm weather sets in would lie the parent of millings later swat the early buzzers, and those half-dormant ones which begin to crawl Eeebly on the window sTl'Is. .They have hibernated in some 'ivarm cranny or nook, and come to life In spring to lay eggs for the swarms of summer. Each female will lay one thousand eggs at one tirnu, and. in two weeks tbc new-born flies arc active; .so the greater im- portance of killing the first-comers can readily be seen. To avoid later annoy- ance and disease, swat, the SWAT EAHLY! IF BACKACHY OK KIDNEYS BOTHER Eat less meat and take a glass Salts to flush out Drink plenty water. acid in meat excites the'kid- they become overworked; get steggisli, acJio, and feel like lumps of lead. The urine becomes cloudy, the bladder is irritated, and you may foe obliged to seek relief two or three times during: tlic nlglit. tiie kidneys clog you must help them flush off the body's urinous waste or you'll bo a real sick parson shortly. At first you feel 2. dull misery in tlic kidney rofiion, suffer from back- ache, sick dizziness, stom- deli gets sour, tnngtie coated and you 'ccl rheumatic twinges when tlie wea- .her is bad- Eat ICES meat, drink Iota of water; also get from any -pharmacist, four ounces of .Tad Salts; take a table- spoonful in a glass nf. water before for a few days aud your kidneys will then net.fine. Tills fa nous salts made from the .icid of and lemon juice, combined vKli Jtthin, timl has been used for gcncrntlons to clean clogged kidneys ind eUmnlate them to normal aciiv- ty, also lo neutralize the acids in urine, so it no longer Is a smirce of irritation, thus eliding .bladder wenk- n ess. x .lad Sirlts Is Inexpcnaive, cannot In- jure; makes n clflllghLfuI effervescent mlila-u-fiter drink, which RvoryonB should Inlet "now and then to keep the kidneys clean and active. Dnigglats here say they bell .iots .of Jad Suits to folks irlio-believe In overcoming kidney trouble while It is only troub- le. J. D. .Higlnbotham Co., Limit- LAST PARAMOUNT NIGHT AT THE EMPRESS "Ready Money" is a play 'which shows a great amount of thought on the part of tlie director, both In the selection of locations and the com- posing of the caaLe, and tensely -holds the attention from beginning to end. The leading part is admirably taken by Edward Abeles as Stephen Balrd, a yo.ung1 mining engineer, and every mo- ment is full of explosion whereby JL rival mine owner attempts to destroy a mine wblcJj Baird has purchased being: realistic in the ex- treme. The manner in.which BairdJs moneyed friend, who IB' suspected of counterfeiting, eludes the secret ser- vice men is very dever, and the play shows that if, is easy to get money when one has some to start with. "Those Country .Kids" Is another country-life comedy, with Fatty At- buckle and Mabel Normand, the bril- liant Keystone stars, in the lead..They, elope again, this time in a wagon; but arc so cloaely pursued that they reach the parsonage too late. The Johnston Trio continue to gain In popularity, and will give an entirely new. pro- In "The Robbery of a Ruby Coron-. the conspirators "The 000 Mystery" do not have smooth sail1 by nny means, as others have also designs imon the coronet, and tbe dif- ferent parties clash in the carrying out of their Be pure to see this tomorrow or Saturday. THE BLESSING OF MOTHERHOOD Healthy and Chil- dren Make Happy Motherhood is woman's highest sphert ar WJLfl pDpuJBJ Jil6. in life. It is the fruition of her dearest, tjuie song -was well applauded, hopes uid greatest deairea; thou-lTUe HobQ Tenor was again Been with AT THE ORPHEUM The 'large crowds that attended the popular playhouse last evening- were n a treat. The marriage-ceremony was gorgeous to behold, it delighted, everyone, and was smoothly conduct- ed. The Rev. Dr, J. B. Pickle officiat- ed, and too muck praise cannot he said of Jiis clearly-conducted ceremony. The vaudeville programme more than pleased. Sam Hemaii, the eccen- tric Hebrew comedian, -waa-a-scream. Miss BHly.Brown, with popular rag- ORPHEUM Vauiisvilk and Picture! Sam Herman Eccentric Hebrew Comedian Billic Brown Leteit Ragtime Song Tlionias GramTillo Novelty Muilctail Hobo Tenor Popular Singer Runaway June Great Money Quution Serial CountryStore Twelve Prizes, Krsli; prize Large Duck or Out Glass Bowl, ott- er prizes, Groceries, etc. Eys. 10 and 1Eo Mat. 5 10c sands of noble women through aome rangement have been denied this blessing1. In many homes once childless there are now children because of fact that Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetable Compound This is evidenced by the following latten which we genuine and truthful: London, wish to thank you for tie benefit I received by taking your famous medicine, Lydia E. Pinkbam'i VegetabU Com- pound. Before my baby wu bom I VH so ill 1 could not stand long or walk distance. I had to lie down. nearly all the time. After I took youtrraedicina I felt like anew wo- man. I could .work from morning till night and wu happy and wtll. I certainly think it relieves pain at childbirth and recommend it to every woman who is pregnant. Tuumsy use thin teatimenial if you like. Jt may help some other Connin, 132 Adelaide London, Out Brooklyn, was ailing all tho time and did not know what the wa.'.. I wanted a baby but.my. bemltb would not permit it rwasnervoxifl, my side ached and 1 WRS all run down. I icord Hist LydiaE-l'tiikham 'a Vegetable Compound was good and took the medi- cine. I have now a beautiful baby and your Compound has helped me in every i J. J. .STEWART, flM songs, and Thomas GranvIIle showed his ability to please: managemeiit has four acts of vaude- ville, with Its regular five reels of pic- tures, and, as many patrons said, It Is the largest and best show In town-far the money. Tonight we will conduct our Thursday country- first will be f. large Alberto pfKta duck, or one genuine cut glais bowl. Grocer- ies, tho cuatomarr of "flour, asd other prizes will away free. Everybody welcome. loHt 8L, Brooklyn, N.Y. ARGENTINE..... SELL WARSHIP