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: 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


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnesciar jVoveinocr 5. iiuu. THE iETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALP Ease CLEANING Now Hand Have your rugs, carpets, etc. by Vacuum Pro- PHONE 1115 Or till 1208 Courtland LOCAL BUDGET %r. N. D. Steel, of Warner, is in the city. The 'third annual banquet of the. Eons of England, "Price of Alberta" Lodge No. 203, takes place ia the Conservatory auditorium, tomorrow evening at 9 p.m. M. Freeman, F. Sick, A. E- Ives, and J. W- Woods went to Macleqd yesterday by auto and retunred this morning. Dr. J. E. Lovering is the bridge, doctor to use the xed-. cross eign on' -the wind shield of his atitomo lilt. The ideat is being very largely ndopted by medical men cit- ies. The funeral of, Louis a young mail who died in line city last week from typhoid fever, takes place this afternoon .at 4 o'clock from T. S. Fetterly's Undertaking parlors to the Roman Catholic ceoJetery... The deceased had no friends here, but his parents were .eventually located by Father Rosenthal .at Si-. Paul de Metis, north of Edmon'toa, and they instructed thaa be be buried here. James late.1 organist ami' choir leader at Wesley church, played last Sun-day evening -i.t St. Cyprian's it "is very likely that lie will'become permanent at- that church. -'.7..; John Warner left Cayley Oct. 16 for Lethbridge. His mother and Hen- ry Warner, of Deer Park, Wash., are anxious to locate him and have wired the chief of police to find him if pos- sible. --H he is still in the city or-dis- trict the police would'be glad" to'hear from liim. a prominent- farmer of the Barons district and president of Keho local of the United Farmers of Alberta, is in city today on busi- ness. He says 1the winter wheat ia the Barons and-Keho districts is in exceptionally fine at present. It; has obtained a good root hold, better than he ever saw before and there is lots of moisture in the soil. The acre- ase seeded is not so large proportion- ately as in soaie districts, but a great of land is being put into shape for spring 'seeding. Rosen thai eft yester- day afternoon to attend the opening of the Lacombe .Home which takes place on Wednesday. The- ceremony is to be perfotmed -by Rev. Bishop Le- gal. -_ A meeting'was held in W.- alcKeari's shoe store last 'evening for the pur- pose of forming a North Ward .Ath- letic Club. No definite steps were tak en, but another." mest-ing will, be "kelcl on Thursday-ai; Sf30 sarrit; store. COUNCIL AND COMMISSION GOVERNMENT At the city council last night_ Aid. Sage "That a committee be, appointed "to deal with the report and appended explanation by Messrs. Conv ijc-are and Sage in the matter of-civic government- by commission and that the council hold ,a special meeting this week to consider the questions to be ypted on and ihe advisability of mail a copy of such to each1 voter with lull explanation, if explanation is con- sidered- necessary." Explaining what he had ;n mind, Aid, Sage said that a good ueal was being remarked about the dentfeness of the 'ratepayers in .regard to ihe ques- tions they are upon and ihe duty of the council to educate ihwt.. If it is put to'them black- owl white, he said, they may be laadc to understand it. By "taking the he suggests the council would bo cleai- ing'their-skirts or further iwabilitv in the mutter. motion by -one motive only, to tell the truth and get. the verdict frorc the people. The motive which led those electors to go against their inclina- tion-was-that they felt they had not Deen properly .-treated, that tney had been robbed ot their right, and on this measure there had a campaign oE false representations, representa- tions" carried.- on by certain news- papers with regard to my stand oh the navy question." Mr. Monk proceeded: "It is alleged tnat only in the province of Quebec nave the "arguments which I laid down Been accepted, that this movement against the navy Is confined to Que- bec, and supported by arguments which appeal to race and religion." The navy, ifr..Monk argued, was a bone of German panic in England and tnat panic lasted only thirty days. "I have been. for ten days it was 'a serious panic, but. it did not take long j lor the people of England to get at the truth." Referring to the navy bill itself, Mr. Monk argued that k repre- sented a departure from, the recog- nized principles on which self govern- ing dependencies ..undertook their own defence. :To carry, out. all .that was projected would need fii'ty million, and on sucii a policy as tin's the electors had the right to be consulted. Our Brewmaster Says To Us: "You need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE as one of the very finest beers on the market today. "'I have been brewing beer for twenty years new and never be- fore have I turned out a product with which I was so well satisfied as I am "with. LETHBRIDGE beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which. I am exceedingly Drink Alberta's Pride If you use beer at home get-a sample case. You'll like it. We believe you'll say it's the best beer you ever drank. Tke Letkbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited PHONE 554 Committee Is Named to Make Arrangements Rents for Dor- mitories The directors of the Y.M.C.A. held their regular monthly meeting this afternoon at the Alexandra, The business consisted chiefly of dealing with items presented in' the report ol' General Secretary Thomas-son. The beard approved of "the arrange- ment with the school board bv which physical director IViikes spends two hours a day ai the scnools, tlie "Y M. C.A. treasury getting a month for his services. The suggestions of for the gymnasium were approved. Provision made to boys from 10 to 1'2 years of age to have a< Class on Saturdays and TO have suini- j mine: lessons. They not bo hers of the Y.M.C.A.. .but -will be vl- mittcd un-der ibis special arrange- ment. They will charged j The president, vice-president, anrtj Mr. Thomasson appomieiJ -T- wia j mittee to n-ake arrangemeii'.s ;or forma.1 opening of the- v. the building is completed, will- be some time in December. The rates of rent for the dormitor- ies -were settled as follows Inui'if rooms S8 per month, singuj from SIO to S13 and double roe.sis from to will be received after November :i3, :or rooms. A lisiJ. of periodicals for tho -i.e-i's and boys1 reading, rooms .vas It was decided to put --ri ;.j prevent a waste of .-soap. committee's reporl- was the auditor's report iai'.l nn BLIZZARD IN THE NORTH Puts a Stop to Ra.ilroad Construction" in the Province Edmonton, Nov. bliz- zard which has ushered, in winter at least two weeks earlier than usual, called a halt to practically all -the rail- ways In construction in the province. Grading outtitg over the province, rrom north to south, cease work this week and seek winter quarters. This brings to a close a very'active- year in railroad building in 'ihe pro vince. A total of -100 miles have been built, miles constructed under provin- cial government guarantee. DEFENDANT DID CKOSS EXAMINING Grassy Lake Man in Po- lice Court on Serious Charge The preliminary hearing of the charge of obtaining money by false pretenses against JUK. Gallagher, jr., of Glassy-Lake, commenced this morn ing before Police Magistrate Ball. Evidence was given by Gus Keidig, the complainant, who .slated that- ac- cused last June induced him by mis-1 representations as to his occupation, to endorse a cheque for on the Union Bank of Canada at Grassy the cheque was worthless and complainant had to make it good. Ac- cused conducted his own defence aid made quite a stab at cross-examining the- complainant, but without shaking his evidence. The case was adjourned until tomorrow morning in order that i the manager of the bank at Grassy Lake may be called to give evidence. Peter Finclu-noff, an elderly _ man, who appeared to be not quite right in the head and'more to be pitied than blamed, pleaded guilty to forging the name of 'Smith Bros. Wilson to cheque for a small account. He was committed for trial. "Back again'.'" -was the comment oE the beak when John Rhead stepped in- to the dock. Rhead appeared last week on a vasraney charge anil was given twenty-four hours to get out of town On that occasion he had in possession a-bulky volume of travel and .adventure "entitled' "Through Eastern The tame book pro- truding from "a side pocket still form- ed a feature of his make-up. He was re-arrested -yesterday, being suspected 01 a theft of mousy. He made no an- swer" to the court's word of greet- ?nj. "You are charged with vagran- cy, with having 'no visible means _of sustenance." continued the magis- trate, "Are you guilty or not "Guilty." "Five dollars and costs or fifteen days." George Coysh was the next occu- pant- of the dock. He was arrested en.the eomplahi-t of W. Freedman, a lodger; of the latter's having complain, ed that he had. stolen SIS.00 from his room, and booked on a drunk and dis- orderly charge. Neither Freedman or his lodger appeared, however. "You are charged with being drunk and remarked the court. "Oh, no, I" wasn't drunk. I plead not guilty to nonchalantly re- plied Coysch. "Were- you creating a "I plead" not guilty to that too.'.' was-the reply! The chief explained the circumstances. ,Ari officer said that tii-e man. when brought to the station, had been drinking, but was not very drunk. He was discharged. 1 HUNDRED AFTER PRINCE ALBERT JOB Friuce Albert. Xov. a council meeting last night A. E. Dauby, o.t present, acting chief, was .ajipomted ctiief constable of the city in succes- sion to K- Mnedermott, resigned, werf over luo applications from all parts or -the Dominion. AUSTRALIA SATISFIED WITH DIVISION OF OFFICE London, -Nov. correspond- ents of Times at Sydney, N.S.W., says that Hnn. Alfierl JDeakin in a special message referring to t.hc re- organization of the Colonial office de- clares that the appointment of new minister for a department of self-gov- erning dominions would be welcomed by Australia with-great satisfaction. The correspondent. adds, however, that.the-press, in. Sydney and the pub- lic at large arc.apparently not inter- ested in the subject at present, no comments having been made. It is ctrUin that no alteration will be real ly satisfactory to Australia unless provision is made by the new depart- ment for a staff oi travelled and ex- perienced officers who would be con- stantly ou close personal touch with the dominions. STEAMER ON FIRE San Francis.-o. .Nov. stp. Falcon of the Anierir-iui-Hawaaiau line is on tire off a Columbia river wireless distress signals wore picked up at various points on the coast, and tugs have ro iue rescue. The Fal- con left Sai: Francisco on Sunday lor northern points. Croup is most prevalent during the tlry cold weather ot" the early winter months. Parents of young children should be prepared, for it. Mr !vjt is needed is a bottle ol' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without, it in their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists. THE TAX COLLECTOR Charles Peacock, secretary of the village of Stafiordville, has troubles of hLs and the collection 01 the village poll tax provides not a of them. Oiu- difficulty is that of getting the average resident of Staffordville to spell his name twice the same way. As a result of this feature of Staf- foi'dvillf inunicipal life John William Sordedck, at least those are the names under which they were summoned', appeared before Inspector West. J P., at the barracks this .'noniing, charged with assaulting; Mr. PeaCuCk. It appeared than Peacock' collected poll tax from them when j vlicy were not liable. Discc-verms: l-hc they were mibhtily incensed and i bent- on securing revenge, they sallied forth in the erring official. They found l-Yacoclc as he was about to co down the mint1 shaft to do his lin-iiy lionr sUiul; in the bowels of mother earth. Hi: admitted that Uir--a: might he some mistake ovirr their nut lies :uid slated that if they would call ul his ulh'ce during his regular business hours ihe matter would be This did not f-'at- the ones, however, and consultation they proceeded t-o take him by i'oice to his office with ill'- view of having a settlement, there and then. They proceeded to do the man dragged iiorn their ci'iisp into the cjitre, dosed the .bars and whisked him sjiffh 'o the bottom of the mine. Pearock was convinced that but lor the timely interference of the cage- man he would have been handled in a true manner. The magis- iniU: found Xaricv. and Sodcrick tv bu' in view of the assault having developed no further than ihe tcchni- assessed them one dollar und Costs apiece. Home Baking exclusively, and The Best At Our Caef Ellis Murphy ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY V FORMER MACLEOD BANKER IS DEAD Edmonton. Nov. was re- ceived in tlic city Friday of ihe death irom typhoid fever at Chatidiere Ba- sin, Que.. Friday of Mr. Dun- can Anderson, a brother of Mr. J. J. Anderson, manager of tnc Union Bank in this city. .7. ,7, Anderson, in res- ponse to a message from the oast, nastened i.o Chaudiere Basin and reached there in time to see his bro- ther before his death. The laie Mr. Anderson was formerly manager ox uie Union bank at .Macleod. He sev- ered his connection with the banking business several years ago in order join his uncle, John Hreakey, in the lumber business in Quebec. He was about years of age and was unmar- ncti. One thorough application of Zam-Buk at night wilt bring ease by morning. Zam-Buk the smarting, heals cracks, and makes the hands smooth. Bertrand, Ont., -was troubled with ohtpped bands and arms and notbingv erer icemed to lical them thoroughly until we found Zam-JBuk. It cured them.' Mv father 'has also used it for several skin troubles and there is nothing Zam-Buk." Mothers ihould childrtn Bak daily, there is nothing like prevention, A Y; Zam-Buk lightly smeared over hands wriitf, -H-iii prevent chapa arid cold iorai. U ilea inre tor ikin blood-powooizif, ptlii. lor CUM, 60c asd drncfitti, or poci ITOB Zun-Bok Co., tcronto, for HOME NEEDS it: ABG-TJES.FOB.- TARIFF REFORM London, Nov. Chamber- lain, speaking at Wigan, said: '-Our first duty is to develop and strengthen the particular state .of the wealth which we ourselves' belong to. but when that is done there is ample room for trade which shall be mut- ually beneficial, which shall be an ex- kinsmen from whic'h both Shal-1 derive advantages which shall be a fruitful and profitable tran- saction, which both at the beginning and at the end strengthens Britain and the dominions under the British crown. (Cheers.) Are you going to turn your Dacks on the finest, offer a nation ever had? Are you going to refuse preferential access to the best markets that ever -a manufacturing community has found in which to dis- pose of their Chamberlain denied ab- solutely that a- tax of two shillings a quarter on, foreign'corn would increase toe price of the loaf, and concluding he declared that in his policy he had tried to explain that -no sacrifice was involved. "No such demand is made on you any more than on our colonial kinsmen and you may find as they nave found your greatest prosperity and your richest development in the mutual advancement of the whole Brit- ish realm.'-' (Prolonged cheers.) MAN BURNED TO DEATH Quebec, Nov. .fecia lost his life in a. fire .which de- stroyed his home on Morse line, Mis- sissq.uoi at an early hour today. The untortunate man escaped from the structure with the rest of the family, but returned for clothing and it is supposed was suffocated and burned to ashes. The adjoining, dwelling oc- cupied by C. F. Jettenwore. was de- stroyed. The loss is estimated at Winnipeg-Live C Winnipeg, NOT. stock yards this morning included tlie following: 60S cattle, 4' calves, and, 6S, hogs. Receipts Tvere lightest .this morning -than -they have been. for. some months. "Of the only; a few over one hundred were for The decrease in receipts are hoV- ever, likely to be permanent, as over 75 carloads'of stock from Saskatche1 wan 'and Alberta are expected to be in for tomorrow's market. The mar- ket was still good 1 Western butchers selling, from to and medium -butchers cattle from ?iJ.50 to ?2; feeders were ?O5 being the best while the majority of sales 'ranged around f'-i: stockers were also off, to ?3 -be- ing the range this .morning: calves were steady and hogs lower at ?7.75 to S7.50. Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Nov: opened 91 closed Dec. opened closed S9: May opened closed 93 94: Cash close, 1 Nor. 90: 2 Nor, 87r 3 Nor. 3 46; 2 C. oats, N. W. Max Fire Insurance Real Estate City and Farm loans The K, MacbEtti Apcy Sherlock Block. Ik Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale tile cheapest lots on the market eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ;