Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta [MONDAY, ..DECEMBER 15, 1913 f j THE LETHB1UDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE TO IP FAIR REPORTED THAT-ROD MACKEN- ZIE WILL RF.TUIW TO C. N. R. At 9ECOMD VICE-PRESIDENT [INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS UN- PERTAKES A MIGHTY HUMAN- ITARIAN TASK j Merue, Switzerland, Dec. In- ternational" Congress for the Protec- tion of Wild Animals met here on the invitation of'the Swiss government und 17 countries were" represented. congress appointed an inter- national' committee vrlih headquarters Basle, which will promote protect- ive legislation. "The most urgent work Uio Vi'iy be to obtaiu the sago of 'lews stopping the whole- o destruciiou and seals ;ivhich threatens to ojilcnnicate these apecles'lii a few yea'ris. 'Att'entton will lip t'jrncd-to the fiir ahlmaln, 'birds of paradise, egrets aud blp game, auch BS clepbarits. i; wai pointed ouUuat were now In Africa oiily elephanU, "and they arc now tielrij I Ulled'tt the rita of a year.- The cpmmlltte not only.devote iUelf to iiilmali, but'will ulteinpt to put an end to'the. stair ;ot'the' p'rlailUye of Austral- .nsia and' South America.--'it Is pro- iposcd to jb'ne.s both on land land watched land the various govera- uients.- The movement. is faced with tbe tlrenuou's 'oppoiltlou of strong biisl- Isess interests, for the capital engaged in the fur, feather and ivory I trades May b'e "counted In hundreds of The feather industry.alone ;d'eclare8 ihit It .the bird of paradise were freserved workers would be throv.-'n out. DESCRIPTiON'OF A. J. BALFOUR AS APPLIED TO HOME RULE SUGGEtTIONS London, Dec. 15.--Arthur Balfo'jr, formerly PKmle'r, who held also at one time the Cblet Secretaryibfp ol Irulaud, bas tail puMinhed political pamphlet entitled "NaUonality and Homo iii whjch he biprMtes his pfK-naal vSeiva on tie Irish prob- lem. s Mr. JUalfour spys there are only open to .Brlllsh staiesmeu 'Si dealing, wllh "Tbey mar nialotala tiie he' Fays, "unX Wlanlpej directing coMtructlon and -iperirjlending Important Uetalii in with this line. Ha U.re- ccgnlied aa one of the ablest young railway men in the country. About two years ago, owing to tome differences, he retired from the Canadian Northern, and slow hat been residing in California.. He haa leen devoting his lima to breeding ihoroughbred racing stock and Is coil- hected with racing business In ;he south.' Sir William, it li Is am- .ous to have his eon return to the rail, way business, aqd it In underitocd lhat the lalter is seriously coniider- Ing accepting tho position of 'vice- president, with headquarters In Win- nipeg. GARY BUYS A GAINSBOROUGH !fThe Market Once Owned by George IVvNoW in New York -New Brit- sisii inasierplece whose value iis set above '9 j Now. York. It Is learned-that "The I Market bY.Gain'sborough, .which. "Ij'is'siw'lo have owned by by Herbert H! pa'r.v; EQUIP "lime ago. and has iheeu ''..Al the sale of "tip Phillips'collec-. lion la'London lost the picture Ecld for the former record in England'f'or a Gainsboroughibelrjg fr 'porlralt -of the ,'Uuchess In 1901. DUKE PREFERS'WAtKING Ottawa, Vex. n. H. tile Dute j of Commught, la dcmonetrating In Ot- tawa.'the true of tleraocrac'y. The Diikb, In place of Iravelltng about Iri the royal auloliiobilq, is ftdcptlrig the custom of taking long walks with one of Ills aides and frequently covers a distance of two.pr three miles. PRESIDENT W.EAHS A MONOCLE Vaaliington.-D.' C., Dec.. dent Wilson wears a monocle, but cnly when ho Is reading, aiid it is phced-In his eye pver''hls regular eyeglasses., He'never lias worn It on the street and known never .makes" iite'of'It except'when at Iiia desk DELIVERY' U. S. May Spend. Year or New nf United States'mall by aeroplane 'iay soon be a part of (he postal service, according, to "a statement by :5Ieriry a niember.ofLthe Aero Club lie had re- ceived ;iford from that the 'committea -on post' offices nuij foacE of the House of Rcpresehtaliv'ea reported fatfrabiy- a bill 'anpro- "priatlng for. carrying mall by aercplarie.- WoodhouW slid' the Idea was lo.operate this modern.service ia Philippines, Ariiona and Col- orado. GREAT RUSH-TO USA" Florence, Italy, Dtc. great is the of striv. Ing to obtain a view or Vlnd's painting Llaa" that '-the authorltlei. have btt'ii obljged to remove'many of tbe buitt. and from Oiilltry to them'- from being over- turn and briken'-jn the .struggle to get.near the'plcture. Reiint- msnt expreiMii In many, quarters at the action of trit Italian goverriment In return- Ing thi picture .to .Franci. Auction Saile OF VERY SUPEHI8R Household Furniture Receiving Intlrijctloni from the Owner I will stll by Public Auction -ON- Tuiesday, December 16th Al 824'7th Street South, Dutf Addition, Five HouMli from cir Qst of! at Corner 7th Street and Avinut Morrla Reclining Chair Oak Centre Table Oak; Mission Ook Rocker .Sanltnry Couch 1 Mohcgany Hcdroora Ctiair Jardiniere Stand 4 Dining -Room Chairs, MieaFou Icaiber Dining K6om Arm Chair, Mis- filon Oak, leather seat 1 (Mention ToTple, Mission Oak 1 Mlesicn Sldeixiard I Jfliilon Oak China Cahipot Singer Sewing Machine .1 Kitchen Cabinpt Two Rugs TVo 15 yards. St.ilr Baby Carriage Jardiniere Stand Uresse'r and Stand, Mahogany lied Springs nnd Mallreis TERMS CASH Chlld'i Cot DreiMr and Stand, Bed'Springs and Dresser, flak 8ptings and Matlreis Two Carpet Rugi Two Carpets Washing Machine. DlillM One S-Day Cluck Bllndl Child's Chlld'i RtKlrer .l.Tcilst Sit About 60 jars home fruit. N'umfAr of Cooking uteiille 50 Harden Pntnloej, turnips, and other articles- loo nur.erous to OUS N.EIDIO, AucllMlnr.' UPONI1D MEfJ FACES COVERED WITH HANDKERCHIEFS TOUCHED HIM: FOR TEN DOLLARS Edraonlca, Alia., Dec. un- known men, wearing- handk'ercblefi their faces, held up D. Bell, 421 Slith street, at 11.30 last lie was returning home from .-Stbney Plain-in an automobile. One'ot'th'em hailed him, theV: wefe wayfarers who wanted.a ride; bo "stopped-the machine. of them levelled at bis' bead and "gruffly d'iaanded money. Ail he had on lils person was ten dollars, he hauded-that'over with bad grace. He produced bis watch, but they refused to'accept'IL saying ihey were taking no'chamces. I BARBIE' CITIZEN DEAD Carrie, Ont., 84 years, died yesterday.. He was a pioneer 'cltlzehi- who did rnVch.. aa town clert, and in other capacities in past to further, the He'Is survived by'three sons and'ioiii daughters, _ MARKDALE LADY PASSES'AWAV Toronto, Dec. 'Sariih Ann Bryden, widow of tbe late den.'reeve, county clerk, clerk of Markdale, died-yeaterday, ir her SCtb year. Two sons, Chi cage, and Andrew, '-.contractor, ol Blalrmore) two daughfere 5lrs. Ceo'. McGilj and Mrs: trtasor Owen Sound, survive her. NEW CROWN. PROSICyrOR Winnipeg, Man., Dec. 'an nounceriik'nt of the appointment of'R B. Graham, as city Orpwn proaeciitor was made yesterday, E. R. tivlnsor being unable longer to fulfill the'dut les. owing to the' pressure, of 'othe'i lncss.' The.chaoge'wni iak.e piact on >londay. Mr. Graham is a mem her of the firm of Graham, Herines son and -JtcTaviih.' '-1 MAGISTRATE LAWLOR DEAD Cobo'jrg, Ont., Pec. IS.-T-WIrllan Lawlor, general merchant 'and.'pollct niaglstrale, Is dead at Burales, a vil iage twenty miles Ho -VOB on'c of the belt known resldonts the HER LITTLE SON ONT., ilajr jtli. 1911. "Our-Httfe boy, sorely tclci Chromic Indigestion, and the not thick he would reaver.1 He' tiarted with t icie mouth and it into this trouble. Krerjtbiif he tie patted riibt throuxhtUtTttomwithoutcbaagc. lit cried nlly and lift ma a nistir to'him. My husband bad beta mini "rniit-a-tlwi" (or letting oiaeii uiaiil 'XSB them, and t thought what did Wm lood, tu'i thi help our tw. 1 RlpCUFF ADMITTED THAT HE HAD MADE UP STORY ABOUT' A WELLKNOWN MAN jj ('tablet a and the itjutt niazircUoilia.'. 'Todaj, he is the picture of htalth, aatd he perfectly 'f-', Mas. J. VAFFLEET. joe a 6 (of fi.so, frill stie, 35c. At all (ton Fruit-l-tlrea Limited, Medicint Hat, Dec. O. Sclien- eke, formerly accountant for tue Stoner l.aad Company, of Redcliff, atole money and, valuable papers from iis employers and then framed up a varn that D: b. Flligeratd, a well- business man of Medicine Hal, had compelled him at the point cf a gun to hand over the keys aud safe combination' of the ofSce. and that Fitzgerald roVbed the safe. Chief iteynolds of Redcliff, while admitting imt be not believe the story, took the Information and had Plligerald arrested. In fourl here today Scheb- eke broke down and admitted his fab- rication o! and Kiugerald was dis- charged. PRAIRIE CATTLE GOING ACROSS :THE' BORDER UNDER THE NEW' TARIFF B. C., Dee. 13.-Futt.h- et curUiiroent of Uritish Columbia's ibpplj7 meat from Alberta and oth- er prairie provinces, with a corres- ponding increase In cost, is fore shadowed by repqits Irom points in the Pliant Sound- section of Washing- ton to Itiie. effect that large shipment! of cattle aif being received Canadian northwest. Tbe effect of :.States tariff revision, cattle OB the free, list, til according to those in with the situation, that a large part'ol: the meat that has hitherto keen ayailable for consumers in Van- couver and other British Columbia points will be. -sported to Ihe United "A1 similar change has been.effected In" of the dominion. Large iousignjiientj'of cattle are being rout- ed Irorn'. points in Alberta via Leth- bridge .to the boundary where- they are hauled to Hugot Sound over. Am- erican rajirba'ds.-. Shippers in A Iber- ia :are..''said to be considering making iin-special cattle tiains to cope with TANGOED ;WITH SHOW GIRLS SCHEME TO. .ENCOURAGE THAT SIDE OF DEFENCE ORIG- INATES IN MOTHER COUNTRY Face Un'yenity 'ou and hot you arc looi-Ing for everynli'ere Then use Keith's Boston Baked Beana. hakc-d fresh every day. Good for Good for Dinner. Good for Supper. (Jood any llinc Try tbem. 15c per pint; per quart. HOME-MADE Ginger Snaps, Pies aud Cokes. Apple 1'ies a specialty. Keith's Boston Baked Bean Co. PHONE 1B54 610 9th Street South. Ill SWAT NVESTIOATING THE THEFT OF STREET CAR FOR A DOLLAR Alia., Dec. ves of the Tblel Agency are gradu- ally unravelling the conspiracy by which it is alleged thousands of ilol- ars' worth of used street railway tic- teU have been stolen from Ihe depart- ment. Another arrest was made yes- :erday, George McAdam, a' steamfit- :er, who admils receiving and re-sell- ing "a big quantity of tickets, being :aken into custody.- A numner of oth- er arrests are expected, tnovn citizens, It is alleged, being involved. tickets arc. said to nave been sold at the rate of forty for a dollar, and it is a coincidence that.while tbe commissioners were considering the advisaljHIty of establishing a straight five-cent fare so do away-witb :lie monthly-deficits, a-big number if- people were obtaining tickets Ille- gitimately, and at half rate- W. E. YOUMANS DEAD St. Thomas, E. of lie best known citizens of-St. -Thomas, passed.away suddenly at his home, 17 Curtis St., tod'ar... Jlri. F. A. pemoresti.RegJna, is a daiighier, and F. A. Youmans'l of Vajicouver, a son.. RUMORS ABOUT "R. B." (Calgary Standard) That it will be iorrie time be- fore the admlren of R. .B. Ben'- K.C., M.P., are succeatful'in Inducing Hon. R. L.. Bqrden to take him Into th'i federal cabinet, Is Indicated In an Ottawa wire to the effect that no.'changes In the administration are 'contemplated. This message wal the answer to the-rurrior that Frank Coch- rant wai to ba succeeded by Hon. j. D. It la will lhat the Cop. Mrvatives Manitoba are polling hard for i Mr. Bennett'and that they will not be satisfied un- til they see him minister ;of the interior, but.lt a'ppeari that he Is meeting with oppoiHion in trje aait which cannot eaiily be over- .come. By the way, it is reported that Mri Bennett expecti 'to leave for England ihortly'iTUr the Domin-. ion parliament and rumor says'that' he may' do some cam- paign work over'the're with Bonj> Law, M.P. There are those who iay that Mr. Bennett may jo Imperial It be.a Mbinll position in the Im- perial Tlie Department cf Indian Affair! las Issued its annual leport for md In It arc some luterc'snug figures about tlie ItlpoJ band whose s between j.etlibridge and. Maclcod and e.Meuds south lo Ihe town, 'of Cardstou. The ceasus figures Ehqvr- that there has bceu au Increase of 11' on Ibis reserve, bringing the total" up to 1140 souls. In there was neither increase nor decrease. The Illood reserve is ihe largest lo Canada, comprising sorne acres- valued at Kearly four thousand acres Is cultivated land but only half of this is growing crops', list year tho Indians raised bushels of wheat, 'bushel's of oals, and they cut 2352 tons of hay. FIfiy-oiie Indians are engaged iu graiu growing while 305 are' slock'' raisers. Tho reserve fences close IB 5C2Q acres of land. The following ures show something of the ng made by tliis last of the civil- ized tribes of the Dominion: value of private buildings'and fencing' totals implcme'nls and veh-'.. icles are set down ns worth live stock and while tho total income from all amounts .to The total fpr real aud' personal 'property of this band of .1140-Indiansr runs.'-inlo.-the-.- enormous total of or about faOOO lo every man, woman and child on tlie reserve. V '.In the Veliglo us'census' there Is EOuietliing which.-.ought to make.' theme MM people take a total of 1140 souls'on re-.' sefve SOB are pagan. There'are IBM" pagan Indians in the province, of Al-' terta, aud more thau half of these ara Bloods. The rcBerves- are all south nf-the 'ruaiu line of the Canadian Pacific Hallway, Is responsible for cent; of'aU- Ilia pagan Indians of TWO COMPANIES REOUCt PRICES Hamilton, Dec. fight., started several weeks ago Allen to force th'e milk dealers to cut milk down to eight cents quart, hail.; resulted victory. Hainlllpa Dairy Co. and Hie Cloverdale Cream- erj- two of -the largest con- cerns in tbe city, were stlling milk at eight cents today. -They claim that the producers have restored the old wholesale price, enabling' them to cut, MINISTER HAZEN TO Ottawa, Dec.-. '-lErenliiir Free Press says: :'Hon; J. D. Hazcn. .will Illtely from the govern- ment at the close of the ses- sion, and may succeed the Chief tfce of New Hnmnvlck, Sir Frederick-. Barker, who is approaching iSe tulory limit of his term, and', .will I shortly retire." York, Dec. London cable, to the Herald lays: "Tbe death i la annpitnded of David Andereon, aged 91, the engineer who'had charge of. the of the engines for thfl big ship de-' sfgntfl by Brunei which laid Ihe At- cable In 'As a blj ship jhoJuaj a failure, bul It li recalled Vh'm the struck a rsef of rocks In 'American waters In her (ompartment; saved Ser fjoin Ihe Titanic. CHINME AR.E NOT iABUlD Ottawa, ll-KWnete Immi- grants' are not affected by the order- In-tpuncil Jusl" pMsed prohlbltjag' the entry hto.Brltlih C'sluaWa of alt ,0. li (peclal act the Chir'sraen, limiting tbelr and Imposing a MO head tax. The order-in-cpuncll docs not affect this In any Is Time Yet TO HAVE YDUE PHOTOS MADE BE- FORE CHRISTMAS See .our slio-w case this wcet. Erne poirt- rftits at. fiyb doljars per 'dozen Ivip.' Ovtr ph'otpgraphs embody all the improv- td points and excel in soft Hgliting effects, beaiity of-finish and tfste in mounting. Make an appointment to sit for us. this week. Allison The Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK vijt LETHBRIDGE, ;