Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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: 10

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) - December 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALP Thursday, e LethbrMfe Herald fublithiar Co., Lti., tTwief at its office, Crabft Street, Ltttbridfie, AJberta, Canada V fteportorlal, an4 Ntwt Oept; 'JUTS' PHONE: Advert! ng circulation and DAILY aUBiCRlfJION RATES _ V- toy .-matt: delivered -W.M j by mail 1.....I1.7S I monthi, delivered----.11.00 :i delivered.......35c changed aa'otteti desired, but totb atw and oM Udreiaei muit be Kirea. WEIKLV HERAL0 V.' PuWIaked Wednesday, in. eight afcA of the news the local and '.district advance I months-. In advance In odraace f V r THE DAILY HERALO FOH AT Druf ft Book Store, J. G. Hobert- Co.. Johnston A Jack- ii ioa." Alexandra Hotel, Drug Store. Young B. W. Piricher E. J. "WeBtlake Bros. Book Co. B. Percy BetL D' Arc's Clareaiwi Srawy Dr. Diamond Dr. -.Drug Stare. '_ Medicine M.'Nortisam VUWKHIVOIS World Wide" Kews Co. Brown 2i5 4th. v.: Alse on all C. K ft. trains. THE NEW BOARD OF: GOVERNORS Act at the recent sion of the: leglslatTire, it was that the Board of Governors appointed by the administer the affairs .of the S-ittWTinciai Tjnivenity from the bus- will' look'at academic end of things. The been naiaed the Board of GcTemdrs were chosen ,ci' account of- their- TjusiseJa ability their; Intereet in Party L-. perfectly oody of "sound" business men will look after the. University. are well.represented and It is worthy of note that ;of the nine -loyernors choaen, two are. representative of the Interests of the province. Mr. who is a mem- ber" of _the new board, will be a vaiu- member" of that body., v He .is deeply interested to higher and his; Seen business ability 'of "the" utmost -value. sun TIRE The oldest lasorance Office lit the world A.D. 1710 hl-CENTENAEY HONE OFFICE t ENGLAND imm AraAckk. Sun Toromto, H. M. BUckburn. wortti -while accomplish- ed, Hubert lias started a now iport by demonstratiog tiiat duck by aeroplane la "'a practical A lot of local sports ,had 'difficulty- in bagging the de- eji nmnber of birds. nrpha-'bly in a flying machine before nest duck season. A CJoleridfe mam got hostile be- cause he did not- like a Christmas present He got A lot of others in other felt the same way, but did not nerve to say so. Now that the practices, Cresses, de- corations and other preparations fof Christmas entertainments are all over tnere go Ttp a large relief irom parents 'and those who had the affairs. They are. very but .they-mean a lot of vorlc. From Other Sanctums 100 years, of peace between Canada! and the United States probably ren- dered everlasting. _..... Women In Business (Cleveland Leader) One significant phase of civllzation is shown in a striking man- ia one of the most famous streets of New York. It .is the increasing avti- vity of women in .business. Fifth Avenue has undergone a-trahs formation, between Twentieth street and street. It is no long- er a man's avenue. Of the 700 firms doing business there, fully 300 are composed entirely of women, and sell to women. Two hundred others have both men and women members and deal in goods for women exclusively. One iLundred more are of men .trad- ing in women's wearing appareL The largest hotel in the vicinity, the Wal- dorf makes a feature, ering to women and every day- its sumptuous lounging rooms are crowd- ed with A Big Three-Year-OId (Onliia, .Ont Packet) .The Lethbridge Daily.Herald has A1_ _ passed ,its third, birthday. The Her- Doting on church union, in die Pres: PRESBYTERIANS VOTING ;IN FAVOR OF UNION Presbytery) The following are the results of the aid is an exceptionally heaithy young- ster and surprisingly big for its age. TO THE CHILDRE'S PROTECTION ACT _ PROTECTION -of especially those who not the advantages of a or those who have shown control of their the important dutr of the state. .Alberta as a province the past realized" and recog- nized1 this duty; and has made a de- "to perform its duty the municipality in the Jf That Were All (Toronto Star) 'If shoveling in .coal, -and -carrying bat ashes were all there is to running a furnace, it would be excellent exer- cise- But many becomes dan- gerously fatigued when it comes" to out checks for the coal mer- ehan't The -Physicfah's Complaint Spokesman Review.) An Ohio physician complains in the Hecord over .the- increased! Iverness byteries, as far as observed up to this time: Presbyteries in favor For Owen Sound Trufo (iuelplr and Renfrew Sydney London Carls', Quebec" F. 15. .Island St. Join .Lindsay Stratford 15' .'5 is.'..' li 22'. -8 25: 12 Unanimous ii 10 25 18, 14 of living and the decreased earn- of the medical profession. One -really-xests upoa- it [sympathizes with but High River Unanimous 5 Presbyteries Opposed Westminster 12 to do TMs is -generally acknow- ledged there will not likely -be any tae .municipalities. The age .of children coming .under when it-is suggested that' the decreas-I Bruce ed earnings are" partly, explained by Sarnla the .gradual decrease-of sickness in saugeen the'country, very excited over the physician's pre-1----------- the act has-been..raised 'from The only way .out -of it for _ to-'seveiiEeeii; At.D.'s to be the ad- tort to-.pertom its dufr oWeca0ft the i option- of -.the Chinese custom, where- to to'eighteen. to the Actors who, axe; employed between.' thejas-lous-ss? they are well and discon- to ecome. good citizens. The E rt mini uud i from, children who are employed dur- ".a-.good act; tlonliave beneficial, -JEut even in act, good as it was tnere was room lor improvement At "die "last 'session of the legislature .certain amendments were submitted 'and will come into force 'by proclama- tion' of- the lieutenant-governor-in- it as soon as they are sick. Resourceful Alberta (Gleichen It, "is ,not to" "'be wondered at these "ihours- when the influences; tne Alberta, farmer, is." prosperous when tending towards crime are-most iu.. addition to his bumper crops, he ive, this, will -be recognized-as a very .jean strike gas, coal and water on his .provision.. j own ground. A "farmer at Altawana, The amended act also provides! near Bassano, in the, irrigation block that no parent shall' surrender' the counoiL.. Some-of these quite and will aid very about the desired purpose' custoay Of s. child to any person, so- Vbne of the important amend- instlfationj home or other or- "withonat having first ob- tamed, the written consent of the sup- erintendent an-d any patent doing so will foe siiblect to a fine not exceed- .raneniB provides that -every city one hundred dollars or impriso'n- Ttown.harias a, .population .of .tenement not exceeding, three ,months. -thousand or over shall appoint and: AS. some depraved parents have been pay one or more agents or.officers -for the enforcement of the act These officers shall have the power of peace pfScers and shail.have authority, to enter factories, workshops, stores other places where children may fce employed or congregated and shall -perfqnn services as may be re- has sunk a gas well on his farm and secured a sufficient Sow. .at feet to Supply him farm purposes. of coal at the other side of his house from the ground, and. draws. his water its' ight aiid hsat for Es his supply trom a fifty foot well near by. Practical Suggestions (Toronto News) .From, A sea captain mate: went ashore on getting, into port and-made for, the nearest restaurant. _ They ordered soup; when it anivec the captain examined the "curious looking fluid and..; waiter, '_ "Soup, sir." said' the waiter; said the captain Burning: to the mate; "blame me, Bill, if you me ain't been sailin' on soup all qnn lives and never knowed it." 50 x 142 1-2 on Street Third j; -balance 4and 8 months 7 Eaty terms Life, Accufeht, Fire and Plate Glass. If you wish V P instance of aiijr kind call and see us Lethbridge Hotel Block .-V 1' I i Phone 1212 Wthout aiferest i full oir P. 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building 1 sai-d bravelyj no matter what mis: 'happened; 'Well-it might have A Sneer Upton Sinclair, in an address .in New 'York, said of social conditions, the St. Louis Globe- custodians, this provision will mean the saving of some young Alberta girls from a life "of crims and depravity. People .are forbidden to employ; __________ __ _ cause to be employed any ,_______Uie enforcement of the act (child (under seventeen) in any pub- the municipality refuses or neglects lie; place for the purpose of singing, to appoint suoh officer, the Child- playing or performing for profit or Ten's' Aid Society of that community offering; anything for sale between ten or the superintendent of dependent; o'clock'atnisht and six o'clock in-the gnd .neglected children for the pro-1 moralng- The wisdom of_ ameBd- may appoint at a salary ]men.t is "oljvious the case to be approved by attorney-gener-' of young girls working in restanr- al and' the municipality will have to antz. pay his salary. These officers shall I Taken altogether .the new act is a report monthly to the local Children's [sr-eat improvement on the old and Aid Society an-d also to the superin-jwili assist the authorities "en- known, to practically sell their Sgnator Root, Charles W. ren to are not desirable josepk choate and other prominent worse. These social according, to Democrat: "Social reformers, so iand tinker wit Elliot, I meanwhile things go from been "But- the deacon thought he'd get the best of the" optimist, "CalhertdSTand >o he him one "I had a dreadful dream last High.t- I thought I saw tie-'bad There was great lake of boiling, -Blazing .-and we were swimming in you and I and' all our friends. And ,s climb out 'imps with horns 'to. .fendent of dependent and neglected cnildren. This amendment is on the- deavoring to save unfortunate child- ren from crime and deUguency ana to them good citizens...... you are dead, It is foolish to get yaur photograph .taken, even in.a party of eight hun-dred grain farmers. POINT OF VIEW Oliver Mowat Biggar and E. C. Par- aee, who is married to a. granddaugh- ter''of the late Sir Oliver Mowat, are -ta United States citizens a.-e to adminis- ter- Mr. Cornescie's trust for the promotion of world-wide peace. make me ihink of a Baltimore doctor. "An aged Baltimore laboring man, will, allowed" his Let them begin wow near at home. 1 sick wife- to be to the hospital Let them get rhe Waslustaa the doctor' said she would get ernment's cons-r.t-to conversion j better treatment and make a quicker of- the Rusb-Sasot convention, now recovery than at home. terminable on six rnonth's notice into a permanent treaty. In this way "Weil, every day the. old laborer visited the institution. would, foraver be pro- j "Doctor, the he would nWited from the Great Lakes and the 5a7 if- for 16 Ounces of I' Cougfi Syrup i No Better Remedy at any Price.. Fully Guaranteed. Oh, there's marked the "doctor improvement is very conspicuous to- day.' Or fl congratulate you on- your wire's great improvement' "J3ut one day, when the old man called the physician wasn't quite so would jab redhot pitchforks, into our: said Oalhoun.-, thought a moment, then he .added: .'But- it might have-been "How. might it have -been you" shouted .the. deacon ang- rily. said Calhotm, 'it might have teen true." PdERCHANTS BANK EARNINGS The. annual report of 'the 'Merchants, 6l Canada reveals tne America., the count, who is? Simeon Pord tali, well built and not more than 35 years old; said" he> thought American' women much superior to those of any other country.' The count said his title came to his grandfath- whose was Count Monseau, and who fought under Nepoleon. Princeton University has the oldest freshman student in the- world -so it is- in-the. person -of ..Andrew Mc- Ciean Parker, in "to being nerer again make" ha has gained 'lout pounds since he quit and'.ls tkerefore the 'humor is Mr 51 years of age, ii a made aire and has a wife and child- ren, the oldeat of whom, a yonnf :inaa is a sophomore la oollege. By of eiperiment OaHfomia railroad has ordered ueo from Australia- a rery durable liard OF Tettl Awtt Over to others. confident. "My poor he' said, died in the night.' 'your "The husband, even in his 'great Make a plain- syrup mixing two cops of granulated sugar and one cup of warm water and stir for two min- _ utes. Put 2% ounces of _pure ._Pmex J "Je (fifty cents' worth) in a 15 oz. bottle, and fin it np TFith the Sugar Syrnp. j y0u a faisily supply of the saving "vvhat aid die ot, "doctor..- and give good cer- vioe on the new .body. Dr. Kennedy came back and without too-either. Dr. Kennedy believes that the Uni- versity governors should govern, at _ __ least that was Me attitude a money as well as the law-breakers. them they will have a fine appearing structure. The matter, however, saould be carefully studied out from the standpoint of expense and accoza- cougi syrup at a saving of ?4. j A Task tie new It a teaspoonful j R studions itted to, one. TWO or tnree nours. ____-t.-i.iw i hours. It tones up the" jaded appe- odafloa before being finally adopted, j and is 3nst iaxative enough to be j helpful in a Chief GiHesple and his'force ap-'( tta. remedy is surprising. It seems to why his fond parents apprenticed him take hold instantly, and wni usually to a naturalist. In Ms new sphere he stop ths obstinate eouga in enough, but painfully canary seed, a excellent for brcn- ana ms lorce ap-. I, rvRrfntiv how rn i-n thJ chiaQ trouble, throat ticlde, sore lungs repnea parently Snow how to gather in the _fl rem, fviTll, w "What do master reflec- of years ago. right, now." The position isjA self-supporting police force is valuable asset. Chief Gillespie "would a cur- and asthns., and a: edy for whooping- cough. rem- j avely, "I think you might tafee the tor- This recipe for mating cough rein- i with Piaex and Sugar Syrup (or j honey) is -a prime favorite jtolse out for a run." THe Splendid Optimist in thousands of homes'in the United I Scott Bond, a rich Arkansas planter this institution is in very prosperous condition. The year's., has. been; especially "good" and" as a result. the" net profits amuont to being 'in- the-Tifstory-of'- the. banfe that million "dollar mark. Other evidences of the shown by the fact that the. dividend was increased during the year from i S to 9 per cent, its deposits have grown from in 1509 ,to -over during the. "-its assets from to and the ational league, ez, which is the most valuable of appearances of people of the names Indicate that there was such an of Popovltch and Sawchuck la court. awful lot of crime, but it shows that These certainly help tc ?well the to tal .number of. cases. "The Union League dub -Defies wiea it a man joining .it. because'be is a I K.yoti'.waat to let your- wife the police force has been on the all the time. Great Pells is already Its tet at the tkere shpuW Allies, wiuca is i-ue uiust i concentrated compound of Norway i "The open places are the places for white pine extract, and is rich in'you, the farm lands. You won't be sjuiaicol and all the natural healing sick out there, and the ground will IStije elements. Other preparations JOTO a Brother. will not verk in tiis A. at "I am an opaaiist for ay. fam refunded, '-brbtter. I know ie atwt: 9metL tkteweipe. Yocr druggist has any argitoect you ar win get It for you." If suecces I can answer 1ft to The Co., Toronto, Ont 'fact I'm like Calhoun WMfeingto'a.T over It stamps itself as one of the largest' of Canada's financial Institutions. FAME'S PATHWAY Ootmt Jean Du Moneeati, has arrived in Kew Torfc from Belgium tftAt M scsis to wlft ef Mftrrytoi: an -not the money -that slijs throngl! yoiir fingers You will sdyings Account a great help ifl latinj tliis power, npt start one now, in this highest currant' be anytime. Wain Office cor. Round Pedpath Sti .Bub-OffScs Rd, .N. Ward Stirling A- H. Aetlng W, Managen Lake- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE- SIS EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., UL.D., D.O.L., ALEXANDER -LAIHO, GINIRAL MANAGttR ke limply here a three months' trip to PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANK MONEY are safe, cheap and convenient choral at all banks in Canada (except in the Yukon The Money Orders-issued by this, Bank are also payable free of charge in the principal cities of theX'nited at.-the rate of 54.90 to the sterling in Britain arid Imfand They can be bBtafnea''at' any, office of the Bank on ,..-C, G.LNoOTsci ;