Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mmiflay, June, 1013 THE LETHBOTDGE DAILY HERALD Page D Empress is Magnificent New Boat for the Pacific Trade Vancouver, 11. C., 8 The new Caoadiau 1'aaOc Trans-Pacific liner ul Russia, Captain lleethaui, tk-U up at I'itr U. at o'clock yesterday the larg- est vessel erer berthed iu tl.t port o! Vancouver. The laaihin; was without a hitch atd the was ilcmsside the with the passcujers des- ctudmg ia emy steamboat man along Ihe ualvxfroni dcbinboi as The hundred round-ihe- lrippers vifco haie made the steal tones, white from fats flasslafl hung the gcetn and 3ag ct Wales under ILe Uukm Jucfc. The open spate in trout uf the lijlit station was black with who lewatdpd by a i-luse of tlit1 big bMp as she twept by. L Pilot KUershank brought I Ms vessel round to Lead m lor pice H-, with 3 graceful curve, and as she slowed down to mate, the dock, tfct motor boats and other biuaU craft closed iu ou Icr like a swarm ol flies, and canoes from Coal Har- bor adding to the numbers, and' the vessel nosed in to the atnid a storm of whistles ar.il cheering E-aint- ly n-liocd from the shore, nlwre the streets leading to the waterlront seemed to te completely, filled with people. Onijig to the npcessity of keeping the docks and approaches tlcar for debarking and freight, EDITED BY PHONES Office Mr. L. KlubaU returned or, Sat- urday frosii a to North Dakota s1 business trip their Lome for sttebflv over I none of tho sightseers were permitted I it t ?i i i i urn: iui iui? i lett the big crait vith re-, north o! the UP-K. tratVs and also Cf l fiCH and alter baxiuR communicated ilo facilitate tfco iltspatrli ol business to Captain Ucrtlum and tlie other jit had bern agreed tliat there would officers testimonials oi their appteci-lbe no extended oillcial welcome on Btion ol tLe loug toy age. tl.e arrival ol the Km press at the The Eoipnrss-liuUcii away thpjdcck, outer at Victoria Saturday 1 Mayor Baxter, representing the morning shortly after o'clock, city, ami Colonel Worsnop, repcest-nt- cniuing lo VauCuuvtr by way of Ac- ing the Custom's Department, were five Pass, trie usual routri. followed on hand to lend aid at completion oE Miss K. O. Shirley left today {o peDti htr vriib ber at Valley. Dorothy Ycuug spent the week- end In Mr, and Mrs. of Itay- art- to Mr, having accejittd a position la tins city. Next Monday Kev. H. E Green, the new taster el Norlfx Haplhi Church, be ordained, and iho irromiEts to lie one of great Interest. Rev. Dr. firitU'ii.al ot Bramlou here for ibp tc-rc replied to on bthall d ihe saies by Mrs. MUU- McChiLg, the authoress ot "Sots ing Seeds jr. Danny." Ibis evening tLfrc uill be n clvU: banquet. The (.-Ipuion of offi- cers will take placti a ibu meeting tomorrow morning. At Hymen's Altar On Friday evening. Mr. A. IX Ship- mac, of tho street derarlmeut wedded to Miss Isabella J. Petti- grew. The ceremony v-crforirert by Her. T. Perry at the home of c, win be also C. C. ty the deep sea craft and across the open waters ol the straits of Geor- gia, maintained a speed ol orer hvcntj knots. One of the Icaturcs otj the Liner's travel was the! utter absence ot vibration oUribut-l ikble to her turbir.c engines, ar.d the declared tbc splendid trip to Captain Heelhim and the official and public welcome take place artcrnoon. At Ykiwrfa, Too The Kmprcss Hussia atmed at Victoria early Saturday morning was sioced while niating tbe turus in fl keep (he clunutl cstcrJar veto more j ltc. ioliccablt than iny of the for the passengcn'. wants coai- that Had occurred at spa. mcnced. Vancomtr turned out cu masse to! I" lhe ''s room ot .....j the latest acquisition to ;11'1' ciftc shipping. As (lie vessel roundeli n .e Point Orcy there opened up to vitw'a lstanls' flotilla ol other craft strung right across English Uay, ihe fatter swinging ucgligently in the I'ght Ircezc anii being canted lar.ij opracit t ct lhe Ti.e fictet departnenf routed ihcir lihite bulls and sails standing out in relief against murliy sVy line hanging over False Creek, pre- "accommotiation providcil in the same wajr. Ocr.cral Agent Apps, ot .Montreal, of (he' Kaggage ncpartment had a stall looking after tie "ot'tTif Customs C6l: lector's office had a- force of men un- ed down and tho powet yachts fell in the time ths Express had pass- tA in at the Narrows (Ms-following had been largely augmented lj- other boats, not members of the- club, and the of boats trailed out for a couple ol miles. The passengers who turned out to wit- ness their advent into the. famous landlocked harbor of Unrrard Inlet. Enthusiastic Welcome The lanrt lubbers welcoma lo Ihe C.r.n. steamship commenced when Ihe ship came'abrcast ol Stwasb Ilccli. Thereialong Ihe sands were an enthusiastic waving crown, the cheering coming lamtly across tho from Ihcre on af avail- able piece of, open watcrlroat in Stanicr park the heach was lined j.TMth people. Even Ihe Indians on the- reserve on fhe north ot tho narrows, were inspired by tbc festive spirit incubafcd by (ho wel- come, and nags jenerallj- flown in Ihe lillagc, many families of the red race were oul on tide flats to see IVe 3hip come in. Several raised crews of enthusiastic ludian men .anil women embarked In their ,-rarincs acd paiiilling frantically anil assisted by the. liile, allemplcd to keen up with the liner, the primeval dugouts and the giant steamship tov.cring over them forming the first ami last words in navigation in Pa- cific waters. At BrocMon Point, I.ightleoptr Jones had tbc fog hell tolling out a brazen salute in hospitable if unrau- parlmc.its had ten. arranged satis- factorily ami 'as soon as the gang plank had been out on the dork every passenger ivas ready to debark uithout, delay and nith {hat peace, oti mind that only alter His settling ol lljo many vexatious points that have to New Residence For Sale Seven rooma, modern, connection fire plice. This house Is very close in and close lo car lino. No we own thla properly, Prlco The Cascaded Land Co. Office 10, Maccfonald Slock. ooked after the public reception to ho held Mon- day on board the Kmprcss is that the usic will os supplied by Jlr. J Hannic, who proiidctl the music at the reception on the- Empress ot .la- pan when she first arrived In Ihis port. Most ol the orchestra will al- so he men who played occasion. The docking arrangements were excellently carried out; under to supervision of Sir. A. E..SfeF- ens, acting general superintendent.' The first connection the C.P.H.had with the Orient was a sailing ship which arrived at Port Moody in 1SSG. Jlr. K. N. Marpoie, General Ivxceutive Assistant, is rcpre scaling Kir Thomas president, and G. II. Boswnrth, president, ofi ILe C.l'.H. at the Em- press ol Hussla reception tomorrow, was in I'ort Monily when this firsl sailing ship came into port. en mm is, ML The Misses i.tlj ami (Ja llinning :Merl3lcfd fiuitc a uunibor of ;ou3g 'oiks ou Saturday evening cele- brating Ihtir twelfth and lenlh Mrlli- ajs, ot tl.c-Ir home C19 Siileealfi Iret-t .Nottb. The Lakes daccips inv- llon aijj oiher soutces of p.'casure e opEiicil for the season, anil this resort fs likely to atfract a aiger crowd than ever. If a Lrfdgo sere constructed, and roads improved, t would easily be the resort ror Southern Miss Camptjell of the Zenana nl'olc and Medical Mission, India, is In the city the guest of Mrs. J. -Morgan, S'.h A. 3. Mtss CampbeU Is native of Formosa, he.- fattier, Hev. Mr. Caruvbell Lavinj; been a mission- ary there for -11 yt-ars. Miss Campbell was able to speal: Chinese before she coutd spoali English. She is now luent iu tiie Indian speech. Miss Campbell will bo pleased to address iltees of .M. S. anJ Eocletlts while here on the nork ot An OUaua despatch says: "The ninn-lage of Mies Millie White, daugh- ter of the late Hon. Tbomas White and Mrs. White, Ottawa, to the lion, rse II. Parley, acting of .rade and commerce, TviH take place on Wednesday pt-xL i H. Sheldon of the Bank of Com- merce tonight for hSs new uost lit- return -In 'a w dajs for Mrs, Sheldon.- Mrs. (Capt.) ic- turiifng to Cethhrldge froin OttaVa on the first of Jul> and wifi reside with her husband PIOUS. at tha Victoria Man- mmonton desratcli says: Oca aundrod or ot the omen of tbc IicmiDiOn arrived In the l> Ibis morning, on the C. P. R., to attend the triennial convention of the Canadian Women's cluli, which opened at half-past ten o'dccK with a meeting of, the ciecutive in First Presbyterian. Church' came In f Toronto, 'Mom re William, Calgary and first general meeting will be held this afternoon at three o'clock, when the address of welcome be brido's sister, Mrs 2lst street and Second Allen, uorlh. A. cumber of gucMs present aud delivered Arthur Murphy, and SOME VITAL STATISTICS WHICH I REVEAL THE FINANCIAL STATUS OF PEOPLE Paris, Juno Six hundred aad sixly-slx mllllonafrea. In francs, died In France in 1912, Reduced to dol-j lars and cents, this puts any toin hav- fng In the millionaire class, I Nevertheless, tho total of inheritances! In the Republic for' the year amounted (o and tfifrly cC these six hundred aud sixty-six men of wealth, [isft fortuuea greater than one million dollars Thcafl statistics show that in France wealth Is comparatively v-ell I cd among tho populalion. Three hun- dred and otic of tho kft fortunes from to and from JitJO.OOO to 000.' Of tho very wcEiHhy thrco-nien Itil lortunes greater than tho couple are heartiest of best tbro-JSh life. Mr. I.ucas Yc-rkirk, of i draughting offlee, was i i.V- I', I1, n, d at Wes- ley parsonage nlghi lo Miss iiertha MontJell. Uer. T. V. Perr> v.ords. Mr aud slilt- m -Oth the ipa Mrs. witl Street uorili. Wesley church Sal'-rday a? the scene of a Lappy ount uheu Mr. Alfred Barllcrlt, 3lS litb Street North, redded 1 o M 3 M abc-1 Helen- Uainea. Re.'. T. 1'. JVrry tied tho nuptial knot. Tho tnJe uho charmingly gowned, sun-oitcd by Mies Deliah Sbilton, Mhile ite was Elrallarly honored by bis brother, Mr. James Bartlctt. contracting cojiile many join luj-lest uitheg. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The foreign Missionary EQcUty of Knox Church, meeti, cq at S pic., at the home ot tho Mrs.-1. Hooper, Fourteenth street, in- stead of on Friday at the ch-jrco, CampbeK, o: will speak. There will he no .meeting of the Wesley'1 Church Ladles1 Aid yooleiv this week. S. Paul's Lutheran chvirch observed Children's Day yesfcrjay spec- ial services in the cienfng Hccita- tioD3 ahd' soiigs v. efo by the children ot Sunday school. AH of the men oAsi. Paul's First Lutheran church, are requested to be present "at the on Tuesday night ?t S p.m. whenabiijiness meei- Children's days in connection with the InterLatlonal Suaday school assa- ciatlan, was olifervc-il-at Westminster school yesterday. vras Quite a Ceasing number of tho children pre- sent at'the morning service. Miss Udy, W.C.T.U, deaconess, to liave delivered the .idnrcss. but dur- ing the morning her services were re- quiUlioped by [ho jiolire to look aftdr some Tvoman needing a friendly and ill. U. H. Cragg very kindly took the service on at a few moment's police. Tbat, however, did rot pre- vent his delivering an exceptionally pleasing address, in lie held the alter.tion of the little ones. i the similes of the garden to 1 i ar-tl force home somo ethical teaching for the young. In the after- noon tho school honored with a visit from Mfep Campbell, of the Zen- nna Mission, India, rir.st addr tbe school tilling about the norJc for littlo girls in that country, and af- terwards she addressed the Adult Bi- ble class, nMcn supports a girl In the school. Miss Campbell brought w her a photo of the little gfrl which was presented lo the class. At night Mr. Joseph Tracy, commis- sioner of commerce and manufactures, addressed a large congregation, and delivered an intensely- Intercttlng ad. drese. concluding with an appeal to nil who have not yet done so to mafce the great decision. Mr. Tracy i: quite as much At home in the pulpit as elsewhere, and greatly pleased the audience. He concluded his address by having Uie congregation rlstj anii eclle in concert too 23rd Pslara. Dur- ing the offertory, Mr. George Mitford fang o solo In fine voice, which was a most appropriate follow up of the address. The singiag, at all services excellent, and tho choir under the direction of Mr. -Strum' con trlbtiled not a llttlo to the enjoyment of the" day. The recognition of the 100 per cent attendance scholars was deferred owing to the non-arrhal ot certltl cates. The Young Lsdies-class of Wesley Church hold their strawberry socia Green Gables, Fourth avenue, to- morrow night. PLAIN BUT STRIKING GOWN. Of mauve and pink and white, ao seen at the Woorfbinc racei. The but- er side Is caught up In ni Oder a to slash. RAIN HELPED FRUIT St. Catharines, June Friday night's rain storm Instead of caujlnj any damage to the orchards of. the fruit fcelt, was Joat what was lequlr ed. It Is estimated that (bo downpou s worth many thousands of dollar lo toe district. The accompanying fitorra was not heavy enough to cans any damage. TO CORE A COLOJN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE Quintal Tablets. Druggists refund money I It fAlla to cure. K. W. GHOVE'3 Bilcalure oa each box. Balance of Stock in High Class Tailored Suits Have Decisive and Final Orders to Move Out in Double Quick Time IT IS SOMK'HXHCS lo carry out our fixed policy of clcar- Ljiliob' out in the stnson for which they lumglil, and owing to tin: lins.tlisl'acloiy and back- ward Siiiing M'ajiun Ihis we lind ourselves more Ladies' Suits in slink llian we fac- [ntyre, Ph.D.; London, Rev. Gustavus Munro; Maltland, Rev, i1. A. McLen- nan; Winnipeg, Rev, Geo. Bryce D.D.; A. Fraser; Kegrtna, Hav. W. Jfclkle; Rev. Peter Wright D.D.; Victoria, Rev. D. MaeHae, D.D. WOOD WAS ACQUITTED Boston, June deliberating Ihroyghout the night the Jury acquit- ted President William M. Wood of the American Woollen company of the charge of conspiracy to Injure the tc.i- tila strikers nt Lawr6nce by "plant- Ing" dynamite. A disagreement In the case of Frederick E. Atleaux was Dtnnis J. Collins, who turn- edvStalo's ya3 found guilty on two counts anrtnot guilty on the other four counts of the Indictment, Tonso Jaw, June cornea from Avoniea of the death, of Mrs. John Edgar whose lifeless body was found in a itell. No one knows how the accident happened. She had not been married long and leaves t email- baby. 3fco nas staying bro- ther, Joha the time. Tho Mounted Police are investigating ai minder Is suspected. ;