Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
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: 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

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta BRITISH MIVBB DREADNOUGHTS -3? VALUABLE DEVICE A DEFEATING RUSSIANS IN FORCE AN UNKNOWN DESTINATION also Tefefflam to Ottawa ARE T r L- A ister Advises Him to Protect Himself Winnipeg, 'Man, Juno (he stand just before adjournment, Hon. J. H. Howden, former attorney (jeneral, was examined to- H. J- Sym Won. and stated to counsel tha early In M.r Dr. n. M. 'son gave, him to be used in d. fMice of V W. Horwood. Mr. STstttly denied Mr. Symington eu8gestlon that the money was reall ft the payment of detectives ami other expenses incurred by Horwood ward. Hon. nobert Kosers, oa thing mean, more to you on the surface. Would ad Approximately one thousand pu of the local Sunday schools will embio in Wesley Auditorium n ,undav for tho second rally of ear Pupils from each Sun cjlool in the city will parade f heir resnective churches to Wes _________________0 r A 1CK HA S! Germans Claim to be Dn CANUCK nackGzarVForees The 20th Battery, Overseas forces, trained in U.thbrldoe and lately at Sarcee Camp, left this morning for the east where thev will embark for England and he Vent, according to a dispatch from Caigary to the Herald to- daThe Battery had been recruit- the best of condition. It is expect- ed that te in England with modern guns be- fore being taken to The officers of the battery now are Major Ripley, command. Captain Mewburn, i-ieu... Balden and '-WhiUakcr. If the battery to England at once H llkell' that E Brigade, of which th'e 20th forms a part, and of which Lfeut-Col. Stewart Is commanding officer, will also cross. It may be possible that the 20th will go east to the artil- lery camp, and will not cross for SThe dispatch stated that the des- 'tlnatlon of the battery was un- kIThT'boys of the Battery have ton among the most popular in camp, and although a smaII unit have held their own ,n athletics with the bigger regiments. London, June 21. -During the re- cent Lusilania ir.nmry Donald Mat- the Canadian govern- ra ot Lord Mersey, who was con- ducting the inquiry, gave in tonli den "the name oi a .person .prepared in submit such a device. It i> undcr- that the author oi this inyen- t on is one oi the most prominent in Cahada, who does not wish namo at present to he mentioned, fhe in- vention is already. reccivmB the ad- miralty's close attention. bo the order of service. J. D. Higln botham will be the cha rman and other speakers wffl. be Uev G. H- fora of the one oa New Year's, adUJSlMPed that it-will even sur- pass, the previous one OBJECT OF BADPLOT NPW York June 2-l.-Three sticks of dylamife 'wrapped ia a pasteboard v were found last night on the jlriFi v LETTER SERVICE WHEN NUMBERING IS CHANGED TO A Buchanan, M.P., has hew Interesting himself in the extension ot jthe letter carrier service to that Bbout the matter as follows. to come It appears that in that par of th? district that has been subdi re not numbered at .all, and others not possible for letter iver mail at houses hot numbered or the numbers are w'eU ?he Bank of Toronto had a certain nlerest. The accused has been ad- mitted to bail. Germans Sink 7 Fishing Vessels London, 'June 2i.-Seven British nshtag vessels have been sunk by a fierman submarine oti the coast ot Scotland. Most of the crews .were saved. GERMAN GUNS DESTROYED Amsterdam, J.une 23.-A d.spatch from Dunkirk stated that several of the heavy guns of the Germans near Arras have been destroyed by the ar HUe-y fire of the Allies, which has continued without cessation for many days. Prohibit Trading ith Germans in China and Siam London June The board traded, decided that trading with Jermans. in China must be stopped and "a proclamation will be issued ARRIVE Montreal. Que., June The steamer Megantic, with 1.- 800 Canadian soldiers, all from the west, arrived ,n erpool yesterday. ing Back Czar Y Forces by General Offensive London, June 24.-The fall of Lemberg is being, followed, cording to Berlin advices by a general Russian retreat over a EnberB district the victor- Ions Austro'Cerman armies are said to be driving the Ru..lan. eastward, while to the the of the Emperor Nicholas are falling back from the coun- try northwest of Przemysl, near the Russian border, and as far north as the dl.trlct of K.elce, in Russian Poland, about 100 miles south of Warsaw. Berlin dispatches say the Rus- sians near Lemberg kept up their resistance to the last, their line being cut in the north and finally in the centre. FURTHER VICTORIES Berlin, June 24, via Further victory for the Aurtro- German forces in Galicia was an- nounced today at army headquirt- tars. The army of General von Lin.ingen, which had been meet- ing with .tubborn opposition the Russians along the Dnelster front, succeeded in the river. Sir Hugh New Leader Berlin, by wireless to Sayville June Official announcement wa made today'that a German subinar ine had attacked on Sunday, Jun 20th a British armored cruiser ap parently of the Minotaur class, at a point about one hundred miles irom the Firth ot Forth, Scotland. 11 he cruiser was hit bv a the efl cT of the attack could not be as- certained by the crew ot the sub- Tdispatch from London last night conveyed the information that the British cruiser Roxburgh' had h en struck bv a torpedo in the -North lea last Sunday. The damage sus- tained was not serious nor were there any casualties. The cruiser proceeded under her own steam. J T Haig, MPP George Wood. T Edgecomb took part in the UUiloUl at-' organization headquarters m the Me- ntvre mutH. Son. and matters relating to the Business Men Endorse Nornlal Softool Scheme tive. PI.OHI.ITS EXPORTS London June An order-is-coaa- cil is about to be issued prohibiting the of all kinds of goods 175 Canadians are Reported Missing An enthusiastic endorsation oi the' project introduced and fostered by J. E Hodgson, principal oi the high school, for a third provincial normal school-to he, was given last night at a combined meeting of 5 school hoard, city commissioners o estaC. a tbicd normal schoO in Alberta in the ne ar Presumably the majority are Fell From Second Storey Window All present meeting agreed as hatchet to forget all petty strife and to unite m a spiri of unanimity. glvji that js tho numbering houses on Iridgef Moreover, many of the houses fofhe posthle tS letter earner delivery until the numbering; has been chineed as no delivers carrier sen ice will he into oper- 4 man whose namo is .thought to be Jas Deegan a resident of the south counln ,s lying at Gait hos- pital with injuries received Horn a fall second storey f the I ethbridge'hotel at to- a5 Deeban came into the city from he east tbis morning and was. to avo gone south on the south train t 9 10 this morning Some unknown notive kept him in the cit) and he ame to 4e hotel for a room to rest awhile at nearly -ten o'clock. He Paid the clerk tor the room and went up nothing being heard of him till the accident was reported by a commer- the room it was tcntion oi the to this matter. iHtres. that the olhr of a ATTLESCARRED HEROES TO COMMAND REGIMENTS ntt-iwa Out Tune Gen ral Sam Hughes mmi-ler of MH.Ua, nnounced last night intention of mmediately to he com nand of winch will be rganized in various parts oi.the.Do minion, seyora! oraceia tint borne tho brunt of the fighting wtt he first dmsion at the front Al 'these men hear honorable wounds ml atl are anxious to go back as soon is their wounds are healed Major Kirkcaldy of the 8th Batti on who was shot in the chest at St ill command a llamtob Captain Lowry and Majo Nasmyth, formerli ot tne iuth 11 eTve appointment and PromoUon- a Catgan regiment Both are the first U o Places ,n m command a Victoria ret. i rantiin J A. Dansereau ot BSioif Toronto Highland "re w.11 be given command ot a rroncn Canadian leglment GRANTS THREE MONTHS E total S 819. The killed number wounded missing Canadian Munition Men Not Snubbed tus of regard cilities in abnormal1 school training cd, with a view to. ta> thereto." it w hoards o coniral' portions ot the province, and o-o at Camrose for the northern por- tton both are filled to capaeity at present The course is to be ohangea From four months to a year so that instead oi having two terms a yrar y is concern.- action served by the instalment, of a facullj serven ny _ uni-rersity ol Al- Divers Opinions on Ag'l School full discussion ot the proposition of an agncultural school for Leth bridge took place at the meeting o Haung been in the faitlnul service of the Lcthbndge school boird tor MUcen years feupLrintendant W. A. Hamilton who has seared his con- nection with the city schools was pre- sented a gold and an ad- dress by the teachers oi the city schools The id.rtss which was read bv Miss Nimmoni tollowed W shown to them and 1 reciprocate, win priatc He leicnv TS THREE EXTENSION AT RETLAW nroviucial UcenaS Cpmmis Ihcrc ivas but one school t o! the city and a small one in Lethhridge In all Southcin tihfiU there but cignieen teSrs not a third a- mini as arc eutplojed in Lethhndge Hone now. Dear Mr llumlton An honored sage us said man is busy and busy about his whit more docs _he require tor reach g be they fkiameurOsclt has seen staE and yourself as superintendent toriout0 general at the close of a creat campaign. In am! convention', in social Mithifss jwtherings, your devo- Y'0ur proiession and .through and teacher alike, have vmirkrd vou as one who, hav- twniswi the privilege of guid- ine m cdm-atio'i to.he one of the sing to" the forefront of pro- you have done tor educa- tion in Lothbridgc is written all over the svsttni and "he who runs mas rVbut our interests today must jit to i alway MARKETS July nheat October -wheat October oats WEATHER High, 76; Low, 47. Forecast. Falr_ and 127% 1 0 1 moderately ,ecac his bynipathicb broad and Kma ly as -viell as wise. Sour great heart and wise counsel have been the refuge ot man; ol our predecessors, but ours is the privi- lese ot a-know lodgement Accept therefore, our tribute and this Smal( citt with the assurance that your tu- tire comfort and prosperity will be m-itters of great interest tp us, for wo know that with that helpmcr-t has so often aided to make ,anl our hours and to whom we pray that ou clrrv our greetings, lou will spread the same benignant inHucncr as in the igned on behrlt of the teachcrb oi the Lethhndge city schoo s, K. P art C E Brandow, A. G Cam- Mr Marnoch, was oi the opinion that all eitcrts should be concentrated in a unanimous attempt to obtam th tat an agncultural tomme an agricultural drpartnwnu m The high school Later the expsn- this proposition as normal school. That the consolidated school move- ment is saining in tavor m the ,s evidenced by the talk m the rural districts of eotisolidation in the near future The latest districts to con- sider consolidation are Letn- bridge Central and West Lethbridge Southern which were represented at a meeting at Coaltturst on Saturday night last to consider the In- spector Morgan of Lrt'ubridgs ad- dressed the meeting, and laid before the farmers the advantages that 'would accrue from consolidation The' meeting seemed In favor of ft- A project of considerable ude is under way at Barons, _ eight districts may en of which have already voted to vor of consolidation In the east 6f Milk River several .dtaltlcw are talking of hV tho1 CQ Oy AUU ffcA plan ia being QJFiSXr Vi. ;