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: 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 Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlttGE DAILY HIRALD, THURtDAY, JULY I, JMt, The FAMILY Theatre DAWSON MAY.............................Manager Bobby Wilson Eccentric Com-dian Biff and Bang The Suicide Comedians. Late big attraction with Parker's bigger shows Latest Moving Pictures Commencing Next Week The Chromophone. The latest invention in MOVING TALKING PICTURES SPORTS THE CELEBRATED PALMIST AND ASROLOGER VISITS LEHBRIDGE Lethbridge Lost At Calgary Calgary, .luly the second game that the Miners have played with Calgary here and the lust time they put the sign on us, today we hammered McNeHl all to pieces. The victory was all the more appreciated as LethbrWgc is roosting on the peg cull ami c-'msult her at once. It will cost you nothing unless you JUT perfectly satisfied with what she tells you. AUvice on business, love or money you just what you want to know and never asks questions, reasonable and within reach Your life, revealed by the hand. she tells you conies true. She uives advice on all affair? of life. If you are in trouble, or in doubt concerning some important matter. CRICKET The Pinoher Creek cricketers 'are to play a match with the local club at the R.N.W.M.P, grounds on Satur- day. The Pincher Creek team will arrive on Friday evening and the match will start on Saturday morn- ing. The Lethbridge team will be piekoU from the following gentlemen who are requested to notify Secre- tary Robinson (phone 173) if they will not bo available A. Ely F. Sexton, H.J. Wade, Dr. J.. S. Stewart, A. Lans- dell, 12. S. Reid, J. F. Carr. George Bass, Mr. Shelton, C. G. K. Nourso. J. R. Cooper, J. F. Hings, J. B. Robinson, J. B. Gibbon, C. Gibson. just above us, and with, ouullier one for us we shall dispossess them of the perch. score LETHBRTDGE A13 R H !Joe Corrujan, cf 3 Cox, If -1 jjick Oorrigan, rf ...4 Taylor, 3b 5 1 MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. 1. Fool's Revenge 2. Dramatic Rehearsals 3. Elerenth Hour O N Yte Took the Sunshine With Yon Mary Mine The Simi Letta Trio The best triple bar act I ever seen in the West CONTINUOUS PEBFOBMANCE 'Lynch, c 4 jliu'I. ss 2 ll> 3 p 2 00 00 12 01 o 12 006 000 1" 0 9 11 21 1 3 1 0014 32 2 4 2-i 12 5 CALGARY AB R H 0 A E Price of all- Readings daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Jladame Delmar is located in the SHEPARD BLOCK Next to Alexandra Cafe. WZSTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won P. C. Donovan, rf 3 3 2 X) 1 0 Wheeler, cf 2011001 Connors. 2b 412400 i Smith. 3b 402121 j StaiHlridge, lb 100501 Baker, 310400 j Chandler, 2b 410100 j Zwicker. c 3 1 1 10 0 0 (Purkes, p 300130 POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver Sunimarv 30 7 S 27 6 2 Two-base hits, Jack C owners. Sacrifice hits, [Wheeler. Stolen 'base, Town- j send. Bases on balls, off Parkes 7, i oft SIcNeill 4. Left on bases, Leth- bridge 13, Calgary o. Struck out, i by Parkes 7 (Bell 2, Kelly 2, Joe Corrigun, Taylor, McJfeill) by Mc- j 7 (Chandler 2. Park.es, Conners j Smith, Zwicker, Passed j balls, Lynch 1, Zwicker 1. Hit by ij.pitcher, Joe Corrigan 2, Cox. Time, 1.50. Umpire, Donnelly. Attendance Crow's Nest BASEBALL RESULTS 'THE BEAUTIFUL1 The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery Lakes Singing' [Brooks Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic SHCAV Capped_Mountain Peaks Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horses Carriages Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grounds Excellent Cusine Buffet Service NO MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL Andy Good, Rates Reasonable Western Canada At (First Game) Edmonton 000 010 5 Medicine Hat. Q02 010 10 Lee and Burridge; Campbell and j Ward. Umpire, VQSS. (Second Game) i Edmonton 6 4 j Medicine" Hat...- 200 000 Grady and Burridge'; Nelson and j Ward. Umpire, Voss, I At Winnipeg 100 000 1 Regina 000 010 .5 Medicine Hat 22 Winnipeg 23 j.Lethbridge 20 Calgary 22 Brandon 21 Ileghm 21 Moose -Jaw 21 Edmonton 10 .629 .598 .513 22 .500 .477 .467 .437 .400 13 19 19 22 23 2-t 27 2-1 TENNIS The following will represent the Lethbridge Tennis Club in their match with Medicine Hat on Satur- day, July 10, in Lethbridge -Harnian, Newcombe, Barnsley, Hig- inbotham, Morton, Seatle, Mrs. Wil- son, Hiss Wilson, Miss Henderson. Umpires, J. R, Anderson and G.W. Robinson. As it is anticipated there will be a large number of events to -be played, it would be well to have several of the games played off in. the morning. INHUMAN MOTHER GETS SEVEN YEARS Ottawa, June in her anus an infant which prattled away as the judge spoke in stern tones and the woman wept bitterly, Mrs. Nel- son Lajoie, of Aylmer, was this morn- ing sentenced by Magistrate Goyette in Hull to seven years in St. Vin- cent de Paul penitentiary for inhu- man treatment of her nine-year-old daughter Lena. Three years were given for failure to provide the girl with the neces- saries of life and four years for beat- ing her constantly and causing her grievous bodily harm, the sentences to run consecutively. .Apart from weeping, the prisoner made no scene, but when the magis- trate had concluded the sentence marched resolutely out Of the room Witnesses had testified of such cru- elty on the part of the woman as one could scarcely believe possible. Forc- ing the little girl -to chop the wood, Envelopes for voting at every booth Name your swcet- counts a vote, heart. anrf of the Carnival any unmarried lady of the city 1 of Lethbridge is eligible. Vote often at you like and for whom you please. .5c each. A solitaire diamond ring valued at to the lady receiving the most votes INSTRUCTIONS Place the amount for number of votes you wish to purchase in envelope and drop same in boxes. Be sure to place the lady's name on envelope plainly. LOCATION OF VOTING PLACES Lethbridge Hotel, Lyceum Theatre, Mac-donald's Corner, Redpath St., near McKelvie McGuire's, Brown Amusement Co., office opposite Lyceum. f-'-5 H r! REMEMBER the GIRLS. Fellows they WANT the DIAMOND RINGi E p to bear the brunt of the housework, refusing to allow her to eat at the table, so starving her that she was forced to eat raw meat and potato peelings, and beating her with a stick until the little one was a mass of were but a few of the cruelties iuflicted by the unnatural mother. A glance at the poor child which, stunted and emaciated, sat be- See Theo. Pull's mysterious escape and beats the trunk mystery a mile at Lyceum tonight. Lyceum tonight. side Mr. John Keane, secretary of the Charities, which had much to do in the prosecution, showed the terrible treatment she had undergone. The scalp was a mass of wounds, some of which were scarcely healed. Seventy wounds, small and large, Dr. William Kennedy of the Water street hospital, said he counted on little Lena's head. Big new feature at Lyceum tonight. Theo. Pull, king of fun makers at There Trill be an afternoon tea as usual held on the tennis courts which will be given by several of the lady members. In the evening an inform- al dance will be given by the la members in tlie Caledonian hall, to which all members are invited, and there will be a charge of 50c made _ at the door to all gentlemen mem- _ bers. Members wishing to find out o i further particulars in connection with the tournament will find full particulars posted in. the club houses 4 5 8 2 and 'I; When you'te tired of cooking on these hot days, just re- member that the Alexandra set ves delicious meals at popular prices, ffs a restful, cool, airy place to lunch ot dine N. H. Murray Prop- I The Corning Harvest (Calgary News) This is the weather that makes the ;rain shoot upward. Thojiarvest will be- a corker. A Twenty-Cent Rabbit (From the Watford Guide Advocate) Two Ottawa men are having a law- suit over a rabbit. This looks like splitting hares. and Gardner. Umpire, Shuster. At Brandon 213 000 8 Moose Jaw 4 Earl and Stingle Eosevear, Gar- son and Anthony. Umpire, .Duff. At Lethbridge...... Calgary 101 022 McNeill and Lynch; Parkes Zwicker, Umpire, Donnelly. National At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 1 New York 3, "At (First game) Boston Brooklyn 7. (Second Game) Boston 1 At pittsburg 6 Chicago 2. American At 1 Cleveland 4 Detroit 3. At New V Boston 9 New York 6. At St. St. no game, rain. Eastern At Newark- Newark 2 Jersey City 2 (called in 14th At Buffalo 6 Montreal 5. At f. (First Game.) :f Providence 7 Baltimore 2. (Second Game) Baltimore 1 Providence 1 in sixth At Toronto 10 Rochester 1. At j Montreal 5 Buffalo 6. j Northwestern At Seattle 1 Portland S. At A-berclc-en 2 Vancouver 0. GRAND CHALLENGE AT HENLtY Henley, Eng., July of thex Grand Challenge Cup was rowed off here today and won by the Club Nauti-que de Gard, of Belgium, .which defeated the Jesus College crew, of Cambridge, by a bare length in the fast time of 7 @inutes and 8 seconds Vote and often for your Queen of the Carnival. For Western Canada's Great In- dustrial Fair at Winnipeg, July II to July 17, 1909, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company will have in ef feet special rates. For full particulars to rates, limits, etc., apply to near- est C. P. R. ticket agent. 174-9 {called What's the matter with the read Cakes and Pastry turned out by The City Bakery They're all right! Nsmie better! ROBT. SCOTT, Phone 381 PROP. i DIRECT from the ORIENT To-day we are opening up a very fine line of Brass Goods, Jardinieres, Trays and Ornaments MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory cf Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, .cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- apeare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments lor Ballad Concerts, At the Letlibridge Conservatory of 'Music. ENJOY YOURSELF whether you walk, ride, drive, or automobile through the busy North Ward, stop and joy a dish of delisious Ice Cream or a oool refreshing Ice Cream Soda at the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE If you live in the North Ward you haven't far to come Your filled correctly white you wait W. P. J. ALEXANDER Druggist and Optician Prescription Specialist CLXHK Apply personally Another most attractive lot of Sea-Grass Chairs and Rockers Included in this shipment, and they are particularly welcome at this season, making such comfortable ver- andah chairs. Watch our Windows. are making some extra- special offerings in BUFFETS QUARTERED OAK. PORCH SHADES Jusi the thing hot See what it does to your neighbour's verandah. If it feels comfortable buy one for yourself. The prices are right Turpin Furniture Co. W jflii ipfpKfpnu ;