Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
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: 12

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 (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TXfK LETHBHTnGE DAILY TTERAlvD Pairc 11 MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONEa Offlcs 1224 Re* 111S THK HA IN .1 sit lit Uio window with weary sigh, And idly ga/.c at tlie rain, Tliat's (Irtppini? o'er imd plain Kroin n dull and leaden sky. n'lie white uiistR wreathe and fly As the storm winds rtax and wano, And the sodden trees complain rPo the streamlet's fret and cry, �And the river swollen and brown, Hushing on to meet the sea, Changes smile to angrj' frown, Gone is all its mirth and glee ; 'And the great night's pinions spread Q'er ;i world, that weeps the dead. -Jsan Cowan Paterson.' * Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Rogers, of Athabasca Landing, are guests with Dr. and Mrs. Cragg, * *  Mrs. /. A. Matkny and daughter, Flora, B'ourtecnth St., leave on Mon-'day on a three months' visit to Walk-erton, Ont. i:i xi * Mr. and Mrs, J, H. Virtue, of Moose Jaw, have, arrived in the city and will make their home here in fu-.tiire. >n * Miss l.'rsula Archer, -who leaves shortly for Toronto, where she will inside in future, will entertain her pupils on Saturday evening in the Conservatory of IVIusic. :;! sjl Mr, and Mr.s. ,T, N. Hitohie and little son leave on Saturday for the J'acific coast on a visit. K' i't! 31r.s. \j. yi. Cheney, .Mrs. Tadseri, niiri Mr. Leslie r4j'>ncy, of Appleton, Jliss., are guests for two or three weeks with Mrs. L P. Cheney. * >;: >\r. and Mrs. K. 'J. Sehl leave to-Tnoirow for Winnipeg, where they Will remain a week before going to Wrs- Sehl's home at Killarney, Man., to spend a month or two. ff I'f * A number of the young people have arranged a picnic at the river bottom for Saturday afternoon, weather Vcrmitting. The party will include about forty-five with Mrs. R. .S. Smith, Mrs. Andrew Tilley and Mrs. George Moth as chaperones. � � � Mrs. Oix'on, of Maple Creek, who havi been a guest for some time with .Millcn, when Miss Margarntla Darlington liedame the bride of Mr. FA-wartl ,/. H. l^. si * Ht-port of the W, C. T. i;. Travellers' Aid icom March 18th to May ISth : .Vumher of trains met during the two months ..................... 394 Assistance rendered to passen- gp>-s ........................... Information given to passenger.') Number of young women cared for .............................. Situations found tor young women ........................... Meetings attended ... ,........... Took some part in ............... Received for rent of room ... ....$3.00 Expended for railway fare.......70 The following interesting cases were among those assisted'; A young woman from Holland alighting from the Spokane Flyer, when asked it any assistance could be rendered, clutched the arm of the Deaconess in terror. When asked the cause of^ her distress she pointed to a man who had also alighted from the train and was standing near by, and said that he I7fi 1)0 12 2 .5 Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, has returned had been insulting her on the train. home. She was accompanied by Mrs. Shepherd and baby daughter, who will remain for a couple of weeks. Miss Vera iMott, kindergarten director of the Central school, who is resigning her position, was presented by the staff with a beautiful silver entree dish. Miss Lumbard, musical director, who is also resigning, was presented with a handsome silver cake basket. a if W Uev. T. P. and Mrs. Perry were �the recipient of a purse, of money last evening, which was preserited tiy the members of the church, who have been sustaining the prayer life of the church. Immediately stf thp close of the regular prayer meeting, the honor guests wore invited to the old parsonage, where Mr. \V, A. Martin resides, and the presentation was made by Mr. William Allerdice, sr.,in ,the absence of Mr. A. Lv Foster, in a particularly applicable little speech. Mr. Perry gratefully acknowledged the gift on behalf of Mrs. Perry and himself, after which dainty refreshments were served and a happy social hour spent. * * * FAUNCH-DARLINOTON A pretty wedding was celebrated in Rt. Cyprian's church at nine o'clock last evening by the Hev. Canon Mc- and, as the man persisted in following her even then, so that your deaconess reported the case to the CP. R. constable, who Immediately arrested him andat hJB trl�l in the afternoon he w�fi- sentenced' Ijo paf the paltry fine of JH, upon tl)p evidence of the said young lady and the deaconess, who had to appear twice. Another case, where your Travellers' Aid was pleased to render assistance was upon the receipt of a telephone call from the C.p.R. policeman stating that a little child had been put off at the station from the midnight train wjthpiit a friend and asking if she could be taken in charge. Upon her arrival at the looms in chaxge of tt>e CQMtable it w�s learned that tko JItWe mite had bden put in charge of apme one who should have put her otl at Blackey, but had forgotten to do so. She was soon put to bed and forgot her wee troubles in blissful slumber. In the morning she was sent to her destination. A young Scotch woman just arrived in Canada ; all alone, had to wait until evening for her train. She was taken to a restaurant and afterwards to the rooms, where she rested until train time in the evening, when she was sent, refreshed and heartened on her journey. Two Scotch girls, newly arrived in Canada, on their way to Noble, hav- ing, when tliry were to leave on the 7 o'clock (rain for Calgary. Upon going to the sliitinn in the morning 1 found the laniily there, the father holding one of the little girls in his arm.s. On cnquiri- I roiiiui that they bad started on the Iriiin, hut the child had been liiken with convulsions and hpd to be brought bac'K. Your Deaconess phoned and secured the services of a physician, doing what she could in the nieantiiiiK to help the anxious parents; The child eventually recovered and was able to proceed with its parents to their destination. From the fith of June to .June 2(Jrd, fiuring Dcacone.s.? Idy's vacation. Miss Hill acted as .substitute. The following is ;\liss Mill's report for. the two weeks : Trains n>�t ............................ 0,'; Passengers assisted ............ .'j8 HIS m IS m mm. CAOETS LEAVE FOR 0 ON MONDAY On .Monday next the Lethbridgc Schools Cadet battalion kaVes for Calgary to go Into annual training: osmp for the ca(l?!t corps ot the [,Tovlnc:e. It has not been announced yet when the train leaves. Those, going will parade on Satuniny afternoon at 3.80 at the Central School auditorium, > Lieut. Filmer advises each boy intending to go to camp to take the fol-1 lowing In his kit-bag:  kntfe, fork,' spoon, plate, cup, saucer, change of ! underwear,, boot polish; metal polish, ; clothes brush, running kit, oBpectally : running shoes and all "paraphrenalla tor games, such as baseball, etc, A i list of those who are going will ap- ; pear in tomorrow evening's Herald, j Trimmecl Hats and Untrimmed at Half Price i There are lots of mdthers who would like to freshen up hats' of t)�eir own as well as those of their 8^i-owlnK daughters. But the coat of materialfe has kept them from doing so. That Ig changed-this sale makes it. poaglbl ? ? ? CONDEMNED FREIDMANN CURE London, June 26.--The Canadian Medical association unanimously adopted the report of a special investigating com- > mlttee adjudging the results oft . cure us^ipadeciuate and unsat-A > isl'aofory, and declaring that; < Kriedniuuii's claims and � < acblevemenla do not co-ordln- * ale. ? : : * : : ? 5459 72 ;