Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

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: 8

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Uthbridge Daily if s, VOL II. Auy. gustus Sporer, while swimming ia the river at 3 o'clock this afternoon i wai caught bv the under-current and carried through ihe whirlpool. When last seen Sportr was alive and swim- i ming for a quarter mile1 clown the rup- ids. PUT OUR NAVY ON TWO OCEANS LOCAL NOTES >f! At a meeting of the board jf 1'w.v commissioners information-tine nucleus of the (Special to the Herald) 1 Biainnore, Aug. night the moral reform meeting, adjourned 'from lasx was continued] (Special to the Herald) Taber, Aug. S. -J. Lay- ton J.P. this two cases for infringement of the Noxious Weeds 'Act were tried. Chas. Binijhani. of plagruth, who owns land three j males east of Tabor, pica-tied guilty and promised to cut burn the !weods as soon as possible. He was j let oft with a line of and costs. U 0. Collet, who had already mow jed his fiel-d and was to 'plow, pleaded not guilty aud his case "was dismissed, i Four more cases were remanded for (a week. Owners of land i that, there are no noxious weeds on FAIR DIDN'T LOSE ANY MONEY A Surplus Reported At Meeting Of the Directors sity, a specialist in ;md has had ten in teaching- in. Petrolia, Sault! Sty Marie and Harriston. TABER APPROVES CHANGE OF NAME Don'i Like Belly River-Help the Agricultural Society iately on lines-suggested by Sir John i Pishfr in 1907. 1 Canadian ambitions, the jsays, would not be satisfied by 'contribution of money Canada y own navy. On this point su- lO Lfly 'prerne consideration is of btutc. -an J to the _ j question of strategy, no how j important, must be .subordinated. Re- specting details of disposition _ "of [ships, etc., these are not jet includ- Board of Trade as-re- presentatives on the direc-torate of The body of an Indian was found iLhc Agricultural Socicry.v go. served in ing and the other halt haying of Pass in mass 866 ,and later Under proper.c-nditiras they' 1varticularl; settles lay u mile or a iuile and a half jjlaiaiioro, A.1exan- -tiack day It is expected tu 'f exigence of the aforesaid disorderly y -the etid. of district to be an intolerable nuisance, work nf tracklfiying Avill be disgrace and menace to the public .iivi startiof iu early on to the Old Man river well being. The and he- Herald and ns special start work uu the CartiH'-.-j And ly> it ftirthcrinoft resolved that at the Indian and luie. The steel work on the superintt-rwlent of the R.X.W.K.P. ial T i fe jes5e James Jip P vidr-htly' be Vij having- accounts agains-t ihe. sc-'ioty liis banci of 'an- to have fcheru .superintend en R.' the E. 1- 1 rjrnvinoial Tuzznehi, He is 23 years old. HP was unable to say how he came into in Loncl.-'n in I860. TVpurr r1 for Manitoba in 1878. .ni 1 auditor one yeai at_both Fish Crefk ami bOOM be recpivinjr a mecla1 and r. Xursev nccornpdried tlio Those1 'living frnrn a jjost ho struck as a line and ua> ed unconscious. a rope special in !Sa9 BODY OF FOUND on the prairie near the St. Jlarysi river, rune miles from Magrath las: j night. It was badly decomposed. Tlo lody vs tfiought to be that of a Indian who dro-wned on tin serve two or three aso. Big Pay Roll In Pass Mines LAJOIE QUITS Cleveland. A up. j-oifi- voluntarily his nation' manager of {he Cl Amtrican Leairxie baspball team night to take effect as soon a- can bo .appointed, bv of the team.- PERMITS Building permits have -been taken, (Special to The Herald) out for. the fnllowinc 'Frank. This' week City of building lor .j in Frank. The roll owing amounts .are power plant. land will be paid out: J. two Wil- liam St.. North Ward. ouch. John T-aylor. for Taylor iCnmc Co.. addition to mill, feet long, S3..500. J. B. Brook. stJiiil. siuelf storj- 30 St.. Ulle West Prank Coa.1 ;Bhnrrtiore C. Co. Co t C. C, Co. S30.000 20.000 20.00O f pended. 22.000 j_..--. 7.000 SNOWFALL" IN.SOUTH AFRICA Auir. ln-av- in many years occurred here today. -Six' inches had :it noon and'the- storm wac-: still in procrnss. The Meeraph and phone service badly 117.- ur thepid Man "lias caught up tx cenieiil abutment-, in th" rmdiiL- the river. will Oonu be completed and the steel work v, >J the Grade from L-I Cartnangay ha? comm need aiiii j the work will be rushed- through quickly ;is The nmt iiil jfji the track on.the liup j: u TO CarniaiiLMy is coming C -t T track on the !v- r- laid new stefi. giavel pit'- at iilkan jwcll i? being, put in Thi-r vo-t'-d the motion. ,uid 1 of 14 or 15 ap- either TIP. nnd delinquent children the tonight iiwird bffriv him then1. bi- nill MERE NONSENSE Londoo, Aug. 1 ordcn. interviewed regarding the i annouuccmcnt in Arneiican f3 that Australia- ami-Canada were i foinbining to "intct the Japaur--se I said it wa.'s. The mootin'r i hen leaving the secretary' and HOTEL CHANGES HANTJS o.i. Aug eompl' t- in which tfft' Empire bv next August '--5 i cky council ihad guarantor the society against to the 'itent ol jSlloOO but thV society will not need any or thv mori2> as there -will several hundred dollars over after the' bills are'all paid. Tins wall probablyu Ihe handed "over to the event of the citizens ratifying, thef- 'purchase of the tihe city. of thanks were-passed to the who subscribed so liberally 'to th'e funds -of the j will not lie published Olber- not have the opportunity of 1 who would sub- He uo-t.Sl.160. all' 01 which is m. A vote of d .ind" business ha-5 been almost us- TRAMPLED UPON BY A HORSE Brantford, Ont., Aug. suit of taking th" thc Binders Busy lee at Bari'voll to reach tin J sh-1 was driving, Mrs. R. Lowes, wife Arounci Taber oihor mim-s then-. Tn- 'd'-'Vfloping faat. niiiir' threp bier built. Tin- inin- will b.- sh'ii cual as soc-n. as tlie a r near Tranquility Hourly injured. TWO children M in A rig when the became frightened by a radial car.' The wo- man endeavored to stop the animal but wa> trampled upon. She may ALBERTA M. P P. WAS UNDER ARREST dcr on the grounds, and to the tire brigade for thc protection A! vote of was passed to Mr.- Oliver for work he did in collecting the mone> for the society. Some took place as to 'the remedies for some of the little (From the-Herald's (things that went wronc: at the fair. Correspondent) j G-co. ITouk had a few remarks to Taber. -Vug-. the biwicns I j_vass about -loe Healy. the Indian t; is district nre busy The fetexmuvho an interview t-o the Herald plows uwarly all stopped parade, ilr. Houk said and the threshers that us not a chief and thai. had nothing- to do G. M. O'Brien Was Holding a Socialist With Ob-j Promises To Keep Peace For a Year S99.000 W. J. Marshall, dwelling. Hel-n All this monry is paid over in St. 'Frank" (except Blairmore) by the B. Holt, two one story buildiugs fnion Bank, on Burdttt St.. to cost each, Dr. G. -H. ilalcolmson -leaves to- Mrs. A. Button, a one and a halt jiiight by tho flyer for Calgary for t-hft v- __________________________________________________ >.tbrj- building on Kedpath St. t-o mo'Hcal to w cost there tomorrow. Rogina, August of m aistody W. S. Hill, a two-storey dwelling ni Ohatliekl. jeweler and watch- Socialist 31.P.P. for Rocky Mountain to speak on thc streets, but iheijafternoon when Aslimead St. Tit a cost of an3J maker, has removed to Frank with ,constituency, Alberta, was, up tho charge was for causing; an ohstnic-; took his rase in A. L. Foster a similar dwelling here One of his. who Ttlieir outfits so; as to Lx> ready for had nothing- to do with getting up-- a few'weeks. the para-.le cxct-pt to act inter- A few days of weather today The arrangements ha-d been and njacluni-s will soon Crop-Kared Mr. Then the elevator Houk resented what might be impKed will be busy and everjrbody -happy. from JTealy's that the Tn- .The "crop'in the Tuber district is jdians had not g-ot the 'money that now assured. It will only be a voted to the parade. Healy had daA's till it will all be in the stook. I oaid So for his as inter- v Tabor has been known for its good j mv-ter, he always is a kicker. crops, hut this >ear's crop-is the j Tho dirociors prest'nt at the niect- were: O. M. Ffaroh B. l-tu'rnctt J. F. at the same street to cost Crazy Old Man TUr. Davidson, teller Killed is leftYinsr thc Norwood Ont. Aug. 17. Thomas a farmer near here, shot i his daughter, aged 12, to death, to-! davin the Then he car-! ried the body into the house and i but later in the F-.'l.. Embury. hand. the accused V'his faniil> and uponed up business i'olicc court yesterday charged with tion the An obstruction i was to bond and obstructing the street on Sunday was still an if it went jaccordingly he was released. 1-ast as clerk in the post office in night, while lecturing: on South half or aii ihv way across, the ;evening he again gave a lectuie in secured a with' street, after the police requested said he the words square, hut only a small num- 11. r.yons, postmaster at Rlairrnore. him to move away. The accused -preaching: .socialism" had beea m-jber were in attendance to hear the pleaded not guilty after Sergt. him it was not and the meeting was Rurrows an-d Constable Gleadow riuestion of Socialism. He did notjof short duration. H-e now promises' -vidi-ncc he "asked to be permitted to care what church or -institution Wp the peace for one year. more men working at ca.13 witnesses. The magistrate represent, they, would all IMS J permission and he called Dr. Cowan., equally liable if they obstructed the I E. Cocks an-rt John Atkins, but of tteeina contrary to-the by- Mr. O'Brien hjitl a firm supporter in .best yet. H rank! hardly be j better. Grain have set average for the "whole district from 32 to bus'ncls per aciv of lields will run from 40 to to the acre. jijers. Oliver, A. El. Humphries. j Houk. 0- Hutton. D. K. A. E. Easton. in the Union bank and in- taking a course in a collie. The citizens are making him a fare- Tsrcli prcscRta.tion. he being The mines arc all working and will from now till .spring. There mines now than ever before. TJ other month there will be big ilt labor- Thero win be Rival Cobalt large the evldcrioe given only strengthened laws. 1 the story of the police and made j lJr. who what chegucs for the miners and large RuoAL MAIL DELIVERY RURAL MAIL DELIVERY wcrse for Ottawa, Aug. postofficc ift- Cocks attempted to speak AV. E. on the witnesses acknowledged i t-he arbitrary action of that the streets were and he would ask the accused to yrain cheques for the farmers. Taber i i Toronio> Aug. iT.-R-eports receiv- washed and'dressed it. After that j is preparing a .statement Sunday night after the costs and bring two into a recognizance in the sureties of each and enter mto a -sw" of for O'Rrien's appearance bond himself. at .'the-police court at ten o'tlock to Accused said he'-would not pay thellUlswer charge of -street obstruc- policc and when O'Brien was brought' mcrfhanTs win ahlc to heart- hcrc tonight from the Thessalon before the city stipcmJary Dr. Cowan jily m of-Thanksgiving Board of Trade say that a, silver 'Day this yoar. _.. j to Hval Cohalt has he took poison and" died. The crime} mail ihe niral free Silvery and thft extra cost incidcn ,al i was arrested, but. as he acknowledsr- was witnessed .only by small boy.jmajl aiia he only -attempted, to "man has been 'thereto. It is understood that and the crowd moved away. QUEENS HOTEL AT j CLARESHOLM SOLD agod six. The dead despondent through illness for some -time. 1 v----- -r UoVT.1 i I 1_ l_l I of a hundred routes have been j Accused made an jcostg lhe magistrate I to be preferred ugainst. him xm-i (special to the iUhe district. Th- ished nnd they arc being outside speaking was preferable on -m was the alternative, The'd'-r thc Chiresholm, Aliv... Aug. me appointment of a ward established j angurated wherever J sufficient number and hotel, Claresholm has chang- field said to rival Cohalt has been discovered in Otter township. miles north of t-Vwre. Already a. 'large number of prospectors are in Thessalon requests ihn mining recorder. by .1-account- of the heat, and there was and sonic friends of' After his lilxsntti on O'Brien u. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS j sufficient number and when favir-; more room. -He ssii-d he and his peo-; the the hotel a large purchaser, being. Thoir.- Jas.' aged. TO, d-ied while i on by the divisional; Spea.k on the streets in Whcn thc accused learned before crowd. a number of whom him !as of Maclcod, price bush' near North iinsPector- The now been j cities no one them. the bond, that the juristlic- j to finish his address in the market! j established principally in j lie did not' blame tho police, as they tjon Ol- magistrate extendt-d over I place, when, he refused, turned picking berries in Chas. Olson, .track f foreman-of''.'-the Galt> Preston and Hcspeler railroad, .was struck by rt car and killed near Gait. Ontario some parts of Man- Saskatchewan. There h'ni? been little demand from Quebec :.r the 'maritime provinces.; province, he absolutely re-1 away in a sort of Jvsgusted dis- must Ixavc a job- Thc magistrate explained that the'fi police do not make the and he .wished him to understand that j speaking- stopped. He was placed are made 01. RESIGNED IN A BODY St. John'. N. B., Aug. a re- sult of difficulties with Chief Kerr V fused to acknowledge it. preferring to! appointment -that they had not found a-U1' Ui wiui I }So to jail rathor thftr. have his him t.hc 'stuff or the entire force at AFRAID OF THE STATES Kingston.. Jamaica, Aug. Lea-l- ing papers strongly protest against Jamaica, joining in .the -d arrangement for reciprocity between the 'WiCst VIn'di'es 'anci Canada. lifvincr that the- United States would ginc resigned in a'bovly today; retaliate. ;