Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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: 16
Previous Edition:

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) - March 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF, BRIDGE DAILY nKKAT.T) Paso 5. TITLED ENGLISHMAN AND HIS ACTRESS BRIDE FOR SALE-78 feot on Round street la business district, Improved, cheap. Terme. B roomed cottage oa Bruntou stroot,, $3100. Terms. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. J? DYNAMITE IN A CAR OF COAL Baskntoon. .Sask., .Mnroli I -While �t work yestorduv utilimiliiiR a car nf coal 1:o he used al the ciu power Iilanl' an pmplovei" o( llic SaBkiiichc-waii L'Hrtngc ^"u., Iituruiulos si rucic � stiok of (iyiiainile or soi......tlirr px- ploBlve whfeli wus diKrhaigcd, (aiisinfj bflrlouw tiijiinoti to himsi-lf anil (.ii'iil-nig oommoilMMircs anil pprhnpi; injuri; the rvctiifrlit. Tlic coal was sceaiod tlirnugli llic .S|iicei- t'oni-pativ anil the city lalii;s Ihi' .stand Vlinl none (if the shipiiicnl will he used n-illioiil a Ihoroiiirli n)vc,i?1 iga-tiiin and (liat at the nsU nf the company A MISSING SHIPMENT OF FREIGHT l.ille. Mai-iii rjiligpiii p.ilice en-fliitiies are lu'iii.s; ir.siliuted ai l,illp la eoMiiPi'tioii with the clisposal of a iihi|i-niciM i,)f fro'.alii I'onsislinn oi a lar.'.;c iliianiily ')'' dry Koods. (>tc., wUh-li OiiKlil III liavr- ht-en delli-pied .ni Hill-eresi six inuuihK .-mn. Seivernl pir-Moiis are ailcfrr-d to he ImplUaied in Ihf, BiTHir nnd : liusine-js at Xo. l:-il Wr-i Tweniy-ihird street, uiuler the liiiij aaiiir of .1. I-.'. Halilo A- I'o. .Mi^^ l!i:l!owa is ,i eraduate fin i? to apply to the lont; wall ^m' k m numbers 1 north, Nri I south. lUd 2, :i and 9 at Coal To Amend the Reciprocity Bill-Could Reject it Ottawa, March .'C-In view of !h� suggestion that the Senate m.ight :o persuaded to amend or reject the reciprocity measure, it is interjsi.uig to learn that the Senate cannot aiitend money hills. It can reject In �>to, hut in view of the Liberal nia)ui.'.r.' Ill the Cpper House there is no indication of such a rejection. With the exception of the Mackenzie and Mann Yukon contract there has never yet been a ca.se where the C'anadian Senate has done otherwise than it was expected to do by the Oovcrnnient. .\bout forty years ago the .Senate considered very .seriously the question of rejecting or amending a tarif! bill. Several memSers strnnsrly upheld the right of the .Senate to take such action, and said that it would degrade and weaken the .Senate to surrender the ripht oi revising tarifl leiisla-tion The stalwarts who wanted the .Senate to assert itself were defeated by a very small, rna'ority-at^out four in a House of sixty Of recent yearn the Senate has ncriuiesced in the view that the House of Commons has the sole conti:ol over taxation. piepaii'ii case APPOl NTfv'.ENTS AT MAGFJATH .Vlat;i'i'' li. >iai''li .Afler mueh dis-''iissi'i!] �iihI inc oneosllioii of the ma\oi, McImu '.'.'h!*"!'(�>� has been ap-ini'Kc;! pi.ir.-li.'ii .niil sccrpt,Ti'y-li''?a.=-� iri>i'. I oa . bi arc. '"h ii'ch & .McAnhur iiave i'.T'ii appoiiued town aolicltora. Creek, and N'os. "i and 8 south, at Micliel. The lon.c; wall (|Ufistioii comes up also ill the iil.tinnoic, Kraiik and Bank head miles. I The eliniinatioii of inequalities in prices paid for timhcrinp; in the different mines, and the contract rates: at Nos. ."i. -I, 5, and 7, at Michel and | the colliraet prices at Dear \'alley, ! Lille, Lethbriftee, A. R. & L, Roy.il ' Collieries, Caiiiiiore and Hil'crest are asked for. and an advance oi .5 55 per i cent- on all ciuitract and dead work .after adjustments arc made. A new � feature is the demand for the expiration i.'f the agreement on the Ist of .tiigiisl, I'I12. This (flanges the time of year (or exTiration and brinfrs the next at'.reeiiieiit day much under the two-year "eriod which has prevailed heretofore. Today's jc^sion was taken up with the discussion of the rates for long nail and nill.ir and room work. Tlu' system of tiiiniuc is heinR I chanced in many of the Pass mines ! fro'n pillar to Iomg; wall work, tliu.s lecessitatiiij; changes in rate of wages to apply. WILL START FIFTY TOWNS Wlnnipe?:, March 3.-The Canadiin Hacific ifailway will start fifty town.s this sTi-ing on branch, lines completed Last fall. Many of these towns are In southern Saskatchewan and s'lnthern Alberta, a few miles north of the boundary line. Mrs. .Tenet Mcf'orkindale, born In the Hebv'des in June 1810, is dead at Strathroy. The LAST and Richest New Coisn'ry on the Continent Is British Columbia 372,620 aqusre miles (equal to 181,* 426,800 acres) of almost virgin ter-' rltory-composed of thirty million acres of the finest acrlcultur-al und frtilf land, fifty million acros > of the best timber in the world, tbo balance containing millions of aioras ol the lichoBt gold, silver, copptr. lead and zinc mining countiy, ai ivell as the larEeat coal depdiltg on' ihe continent; all will be opened up to development within the next live years by three tratiscomtlnen-(al and other lines of railroad. Seven railroads are chartered to build to F-art George the geograph- ; leal and strateglo centre of Brltleh � I .j'.uuilrla, and natural supply poin;��'. �  � � ci.i '�ii';i; J;;  .4 Jt.-'l.o � ' .; � F .; a t-'ool. i':rrc'.fh- ' : : I i' i;;..;:' v.'.i!fO rr.'.iL:.  ^fy II'R.T ;i ri '.'r u.ifj. 'I'l ..'i. : p..:i;' uf lieade viii't vlbl 1'. j;,> js .-I'l-ac'lvo Icir i- h lP)rri Ihi) l-nl'.- (ITid sc.-i:;. InTiH Inm i-.r . , lo.'l V.or \v .1 Pr' ^ .crtoro win oh=cr. .M.iiiO'e lllr.'. ers i wiJj I'loso lioii I.e.i libr.'dge eii/.a.r-mcni this e\i.i iif;. Tonight the t'ow-aid |)l.i\ers v. ill iiresciit "Hello Hill," a farce ol' 'ic kliui that makes its audi, nee la'i: h from curtain rlRo to linltib. "Ili'i;" Hill" rhalR "The Man fioijj Meyi.'o. and uhile it ia loo'.ierwt��, ft^d i^iuob to;e"ds on thp matiner in wlifh ' In ila.>?d. It was on tne who'o '.cl! i.ai.ilbd by the con-i-any ivl o n:.'de uj) il.c .'list. fIy;noti poncri' ''' 're a Kreai dp.il of citd .li:y, bit n'r.-.! of UB whT CO to tbe H:e;?ire ar-' ;lid lo a'Biin-u a mauy Hilncr. who invested it Willi all the necessary judicial calm, and dignity. Mills .Marion D.mn, aa Mrs. ITelen Whlfple, in the scene of a safforlng mother, was very telllup, and ii is no secret to say that not a few of her sex In the vicinity of the writer bad recourse lo their handkercliipfs. '.Miss Dorca.s Matlhev/.s gave a very smooth performance of Mrs. .Alien (""ampbell. Whether the play, from its nature, was pIcaBing to all, it is not easy to say. but It is certain thai Mr. Howard, aiid his players, understand the art of acting, and have the ability to interest and amuse. RETIRES FROM SERVICE Calgary, March 3.-W. J. Margach, forest and fire ranger tor so many years (or the Dominion government at Calgary, Is leaving the eervlce shortly to enter the lumber bnsineae at Edmonton. SM/(M Cure aalcUti' Htup^ cuufibs. cur�A culd-^. bisiilb oniiiiieiii and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON & NEEDS, Proprietor. Importers of Scotch Granite Kootenay Marble Specialists We are 15 per cent, cheaper than any other firm in the west See our work and get our prices 8th St. S., near 3rd Ave. Lethbridge, Alberta ;