Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

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, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD STRONG FOR PEACE Vancouver, B. C., May 16. The Soo-lH-3 driver went for Tlu'iT will'be another sale next Sat- urday. R. F.. Moffatt lias taken the office next the Hotel for cctisuj. pur- poses, and is now busy getting ready Claresholm, .May 13. (British Coluiwbia Tucthouist Conler- i rain, falling, ami warmy supported the the heart of the unanimously passing foc certain now t deploring the mania for a crop. to him- is I'armaments among thc great j tiie heart .of 'the nations, and comnicuding the action hopes af-any ,rate of tiie United States and British sov- nux of cash into'his coffe: Haui, rain, rejoicing armer who Knows nt apart fro'sr, assuted; rejoicing u'.vn 'Ij'iiiJUiess man large in- this ja'u', with' his stulY for the taking QI census. the Iviward Bunting, formerly oi' Uevilis at ernmonts favoring settlements of. dis- rejoicing, in fact, the of putes by It was urged i laying the dust and penetrating in the resolution that the burden of soil aiid likciy to armaments1 was intolerable, rendering i arrived and looks staying. social adjustments exceedingly diffi- cult. Hope was expressed that thc mania' would receive a permanent check and be abolished, and the reso-! a .seat. Tlie lution viewed the contemplation of the peace past as a matter of prac- THE LETTER BOX North Dakota, and j Ccintfangay, died here this the of 30. lit; was a well re- si, ectc-d Christian man. TlfC town has iici-n I'illinp; up Third Arc., which had- been cut up with with iislies. arid the rain has come time lay them level. (veoriic IVjcCOikrrm, of Montana, i'or- from here, luis come north on ent parts of the Linpire. in my opin-; nusin-.-ss. lion such a scheme is worthy of all j T. jockey, has arriv- as there is no doubt that the ed here to ride the local runners, in their w9''k. At a special general meeting of the HERE'S A CHANCE TO DO GOOD WORK Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, City. Dear today received a letter from the secretary of the Victoria League, of London, England, with, a request for copies of Canadian papers to be sent to either Mr. C. S. Shales, 46 Bevington Rd., North London to the Secretary of the j Y.. IV1. C. A., Guildhall St., Lincoln, Eng-1 land. The Victoria League is ionr-ed wjththe idea further uniting the j colonies of Great Britain with the; Mother "Land, and of educating the j people living at home as to the re-; sources aiul conditions to the differ- j The Lethbridge Branch of the Over-Seas Club First Annual Empire Day Celebration will be held in politics itself, and'a sign of mo- j Actually there were men who did hot j naroshoJin'Wrk Association, was fin 'inentoiis significance in development j their land to he welcomed whatever may be the account of this immediate outcome. Copies of the resolution will be sent to Earl Grcv to be'forwarded to. the Imperial Gov- ernment as also to President. Taft. High praise -was accorded the latter. at- a-li 'this year on statement-that dry adonted. WINNIPEG MAN SENTENCED Guelpfc, Walm- JBlev was sentenced to one year in the Central prison on three charges, the sentences to run concurrently. He vas convicted ot forgery in signing a Jiame to a cheque other than, his own and also of filling in a bank book with amounts supposed to be- on deposit. Tlie other charge was of making out a draft to Thomas .Waller of Winnipeg there was ho such person there. jWalmsley came from Winnipeg. years always come v. sion. As a matter of fact, however, tiie stories of dry years which have been t.rild hy'old-timers nve oufc i by statistics and undoubtedly '-'last year was one of the very worst that ever visited the North West. May it be the last of such for a Ions time. There was a sale of horses in Clares j majority of the people living in Great i Britain are lamentably ignorant of conditions here, and if your readers would send'copies of any of their pa- held today the reso- p wb read w either the above to change the name ot the jacidresses o.f tbe Victoria League, c-o Hudson's "Depository, Wilton Rd., Lon- they will be conferring a favor on the members of the Vic- toria League and doing their share towards7 furthering publicity for the City of Lethbridge in particular and for the -whole of Alberta in general. Slibuld any of your readers wish to re- ceive any particular paper from Great Britain be glad if they will comimmicate with me and I will have their "names recorded and they will get the first available copy of that pa- MUST BE IN TOUCH I A Meeting Every Four Years Not En- I ough to Great Interest in Educa- i Affairs 7 London, May 17. The Morning Post 'says chat if the Educational conference is to become a true -link between the educational authorities of every part of the empire, something more than Mr. R. B. Bennett, K.C, of Calgary, will deliver an address on Imperialism." orgn- holm today at Vannorn ..s barn. ,rl R an meeting even, four vesirs registered Imported Clyde is Stallion, inronnajion Constant interchange of nd opjnion must be ar- Lord Airies, was sold for He ranged. In spite ot1 the lack of proper is 12 years old. A registered Clyde [preparation on the part of the board Marc with coit foal failed to sell, but of education the conference has re- was bid up to Several saddle j suited in encouraging the future de- ponies' of the ranee variety about velopment of commoa and imperial per that comes in. Apologizing for occupying so much of your valuable space and thanking you in anticipation. I remain, v Faithfully vours, T. W. CLARKE, Sec. Over-Seas Club. A Winnipeg party purchased eleven the south-v.-est corner ot Sev- enth: Ave., and Second St., East, Cal ior a record price. 14-1 went at prices about S75.00. A new play entitled by ally produced by Mr. James Welsh at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, in 1902, will be presented with the, following caste: ArtliiiT Denison Mr. Lionel Asquitb.e Helen (his Hrs. 'Asqultlv A. Mr. Eicliard Siiieks A. Constable :Mr. K. Hindis, oil no- ladies and o-entlenien have kindly consented to provide a musical Archer, Miss Freeman. Mr. H. H. Cooper, Mr. H. Iviliier. and others. Mr. Wm, M-eldrtrin, accompanist. Admission Tickets. to any seat in-the first 10 rtovs, 300 eadi.. Tickets to be obtained from any member of the' Executive, Tlie Ked Cross Book Co.. or from tiie T. W. CLARKE 'Suite 217 Slierlodv Block, or P. 0. Box 502 Tu-r A-TD'IP "THE TONIGHT AT THE MAJESTIC WORLD NEWS A Twenty buildings in Peel, K. B., were destroyed by fire. Loss; 000. British -Columbia Methodist Con- ference declared unanimously favor oi church union. Se-venty-iflve pounds of. opium The theatre-goers of this city will ..the. Treasure of witnessing one of the "best plays that has ever been-i Vancouver ivere discovered by thc and surely the greatest play .customs authorities at tftat has ever been seen on the local conference of-British stage tonight at the Theatre.) r ltmbUl asssd a verv strong'TCSO- A Company par excellence will .-bej v the Ne Temere decree, seen on this occasion in masterpiece "The Climax." j The Royal Society of. is TMs play not only appeals to the j meeting at Ottawa. Fourteen new connoisseurs of art and literature, but! members were elected. to all classes and lovers of wholesome j interesting amusement. It can truth- fully be Called an artistic success. AT STARLAND An all star program will be exhibit- ed at tlie ever popular Star-land today and tomorrow and the. many patrons The wije of the iate ,J. p. Wiser, thc Prescoft distiller, leaves an. res- tale valued at over divided exclusively among three children, Brown and Frank and Isaa.c :Wiser, of, Prescott. Work has commenced on .the excava- tion for- the basement and the con- vrtio will "visit it will see one" of foundation most enioyaWe entertainments, ever j college for Alberta, which is to be saowa in.Lethbridge. The leading, fea-j erected in Cararose this year, ture, "An Eventful Chairman Underwood, of, the ways is the story of-a girl's bravery, shaw-{ means of the Ameri- ing how she kept a band of robbers j ,-.._in House or de- under control. until we police got his that'.'.'the reciprocity" tlie scene, .when they get all teat's, shollid-beipassed without coming to them.- Other pictures-of 'flre'j usual Stariand standard wffl be sliown, father. R; w; Wood, an- exceptionally, srrong, .pro- R Tordnto I capitalist, .died at :agcd 87 years. He 'taught school for 'many- vears in and North FOR WINNIPFC 1 18 fillJLlll IJU Winnipeg, May MacDonald, western manager of tlie Confederation announced today that that stitution. would proceed at oace'viili the erection'of a ten storey steel con- struction office building en their pre- mises on Kain street, opposite' the Union Bank. This property "has -a trontage of one hundred feet. Tt is understood that the building will 'cost-" GO TO PRIVY COUNCIL United Shoe Machinery Co. Bound to Get Decision of Highest Court Moatreal, :May in- to the United Shoe Machinery Com- pany's alleged comibine, "con- tinued, as originally ordered a judge of the supreme court by virtue of, a decision given today in appeals which neld that no aifeeal is an order judge directing an inquiry under combines investigation acr cf Canad Announcement was made that United Shoe Machinery Co. Trill car tiie case. to the King's Privy Councl in fySLE OF.- SPICE" After .record.-runs of 221 nights in i Chicago, four-months in Boston !fourteen weeks in New York .at thej '-Judge Winchester found that ;-M.ajestic "Isle of charges1 his position I described as a piquant musical mixture; sell stock in the Dr. itias been meeting witli great success v. ere proven against L. S. Levee, Ion the road, arid will "be. seen at the! ,-hairman. of the Toronto Toard of Majestic and Sat-j Levre refuses-to resign, urday. Hay 26 and 27. The entire; tjlft 0[ Education pass-! company, principals and chorus. hering over thirty-five people, thatp were responsible for'the plsenominal i sent out a pastoral sign-! success it attained in tne >he pnmatc of all Canada, dc- tioned, together with the scenery, F. tumes and sensational electrical prncating. mixed, rects will -be sean hero. A perfectly; Hrming the validity of such niarnag-; drilled army of musical supernumer-jes when duly solemnized, and chair] aries. youthful, pretty 04 face, grace-i li-nging'the right, of any ecclesiastical; 'ful of movement, and exqiiisit.ely to interfere ivil'status of; uimed.fili the scenes continually, marriages. is said. Lights the other the of K'nox cessories of brilliant sLige sui-roucd-; it is understood that Grace ;VnoliCan the to Slocuni Co., i; his resignation, i Bishops or has received the-property, but thc church of-, .Is do not want to sell under j Although musical numbers in the piece, it hasj been said that there are more pop-alar! song hits In the "Isle of Spice'' than in! any other musical comedy or co'inici opera written. Among them may baj Alderman L. L. Kramer, of Rcgina, raeutloiiod "The Goo Goo Man." Peg-j has rrsigactS his position of. St. gy "Silly "You and! ;uarv's: .school and .Trill also resign his position as senior alderman for War1'? One in the city council. This action is as a result of his'' appoint- Ling "Take and "Kow Can You Tell Tlllj Xow Try.." the latter rendered by quartstte of clever singers. The music, ig by Paul sehindlcr and Ben M. Jcr-j oiae -tvLile the book and lyrics G position in the dcpart- of thc Saskatche- is ntiacr the ainc-ia 1ivp on street in Vancouver, tion of'B.' C, Whitney.''and has The brick coping on n .one-story build where been received with an bpcan.-e loosened and a cia.tior. that o.t has IT Imperfect Kidsey Actioa Causes Rheumatism Rhetirnatisin with Its kindred aiknsnts Wry Neck, Neuralgiaj et usually results from lodgments of tu acid in the joints an J _ j Now the chief function of the kidnj is to properly filter this poisont froin- blood. Only when they iail to do tlus Rheumatisni probable. Kidney weakness starts in vsrif ways. A sudden chill, aitsr perspiif freely, somctiraes settles in-the kidni an'unusual strBin may cause it; Poisons which should be filtered of the system are piimpecLbacfc into blood, causing Uric the real ca of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, etc. In the early stages Xyal's Stone Root i Compound, will stop it. Will start your kidneys working prop- erly .so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbed and eliminated. goes your Rheumatism with it. Perhaps these early warning- -.twinges have passed unheeded, and your Rheu- matism has become deep seated. Muscles all snarled up in knots as it Then you'll need Rhcutuafe Cure. Ask your own druggisf about thesa jreauedies. His opinion is worth wbilc. 8old anci guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO J. D. HJGINEQTHAM 4. CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE T 'gXtraordinary enthusiasm. vornl persons, H' X V x x r i t ;