Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHimiDGE DAILY 1IKKAU> Wednesday, November 19, 1913 Special Prize For One Week's Work Tt candldato In Herald'. Campaign turfllnj in the most money for for The Daily i'nd Weekly KcfJ'.J belwMn Tcesdiiy. November ISlh and Monday, Novtmber.24, Itoth Incluiled} will be A S-jit or Ccat up to the tstil vjluc c( S25.00. If A GENTLEMAN WINS: A Salt or Overcoat up lo the total value cf w. wtk-h nay bo selected from the stock of ioy merchaat Tertisint In The Herald. The numtei of votes hive no be.irlr.g whatever. Tbe wlnnw u-lll MCOUUC.J SMh. and the will be avalla-ble _. Vows Issued open subjcrlptio'.s for will count tor tha res- uixr orlies at the. clfze o! :hs Etery candidate f.irts out on ar. cqus! basis for the prlte, and iho have, not done m-jch work. scod a chance to win as the candidate" who have ixen acihe ircm i'ue lirgluhiag. Tie ti-wai ol the winner turns In will-not be niaib public until after UM close ol the contest, Rt vhlch lime She records will K open to.- instKlion to Mho wishes to ciaffiine thra. _ OoJra-Siojld the v.-iunc-r not en re to r-ccep; a suit or coat, or over- Is be. then The Herald will the lump sum of Kidneys were Taken From Body Washed and Stripped of j Membranes STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD SUB- SCRIPTION CAMPAIGN, According to Number of Votes Handed in for Publication Up 'to Mon. Evening Nov. 17 Xew To.-k, NUT. to the life of a woman "who swallowed tablets suptxKed to contain 21 grains of bichloride ot mercury, nr. A. II. j Thomas an operation in the Smith Infirmity on the victim's fcU- neys. Such tin operation, he said, was never pcrfosnied before In a slm- j ilar case- I Dr. Thomas cut into the abdominal I cavity and lilted both kidneys outside. hut without severing them from their i acchorases. Ho Ihen washed ttem thoro-jguly with antiseptic and strip- i pod them of their enclosing mem- The kidneys, the doctor ex- plained, are covered with tissue very SmiKh as an orange Is covered with j ,j.c lnner sWn_ -ruis covering allows Sidneys to'espand normally, but '.this action is slopped by poison, es- penally, bichloride of mercury. By What adds more to good is more enjoyed than a cup of good What is simpler to make Why deprive yourself of this morning luxury when Must Not Sell Liquor to Ind Was Not Convicted KvMence which vaE partially clr Best Tea At Its Best "SALADA" TEA is always the same.no matter when or where you buy it a the choicest black or growing country in with its erquaiie flavor hud frealmflu protected by the lead KC telling capacity cf -an Indian, and MtSSMAYME McMAHO'i, 3srone, AIU.................. MR. CKAS. WESTLEY, 917 Elh SI. S.................... HP. WM. H. HINOLEY, Alta................... 193 550 Cripples them'the kidneys were re- VERTA PICKEL. 1312 eih Ave. S......................... i stored almost to their r.ormal func- MisS ROSE MARKER, Cardtton. MR. EDWARD READ, Plnchir Station. AlberU MISS ETHEt- L. RAMSAY, St. Hilda. Alta....................'.IS0.200 MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Cranbroolt, B. MRS, E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13th St i.............-............. MISS M. E. Aits................. HH. WALTER OBORNE, IWh S..............-............ KISS MARY SVDONALD, Blilrmore, Miss ETHEL SAUNDERS, 10th StS....................... MRS. A. 3. PIPES, 4U 5th Ave. S............................. 73'200 MRS. l_ B. SPARKS, Raymond, Alta......................... MR. GERALD DULMAOE, Bow Alta 76.300 MIBS BESSIE BEATON, 720 1pth St. 'MRS. 0. H. BENSON', Diamond City, :MISS EVA HUTTON, 8H 6th Ave. .MJsV JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th St. S.. MISS FLORENCE SHANO, J43 1Etn MISS LAURA 'TELFER, Fcrnlej :MR. Alia. KELEN'.'LEE, 203 sth s........................... MAGGIE MOORE, 17Z1 tth Avt' MISS'CLARA-BJORKBLAO, 1220.5th Ave. CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blood Reserve, Mjcleod fosloffica, ..I THE CONTEST CLOSES-DECEMBER. FIRST jd Brand Coffee costs but one cent a cup CHASE t SANBORN, MONTKKAL. 10 cumstauUal, filled to convict Krnist if. it vero a matter of the word May cf. Ibp selling of intoikaals to an of Bullhead against May, (he evi- Indian, jeslerdny afternoon in Pllice den" dU not justify u conviction. court. Phillip Bullhead jave evidence lo to a of Imvlng liquor his The ro3ccullon entov. possession yesterday wheii ho of arrested by Wo city detectives Wlgg he had ,B bul and FitwraU. with tie booze in hra a f ffi_ he whet, he Wm ulned it He led the delecthes> m .round to .he Arlington tar. nhere he rf ,he pointed May out as the one o( Bn M> brc3W a pone supplied him. He could not swear In 1N ORDER TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE SKATING ANGLICAN CHURCH favored with the lecture course this winter which is put on us' the Ual- v'-jraity at Edtuonton. The first of these lectures, wiil be given on tie S5th 01 this moQth._The course will be under the auspices of the Method 1st church. The Sunday school children are rotesting nicely -with tit cantatt fo> Chrittraas and, with a little more co-operation of the parents, this oen be made very successful. W.'C. thers and Bullhet court mat 'lav was ir.e mail ntiu vuuit _ _ jjjn JQ payment lor' mo uuvic. in: supplied him with the booze, but les-j had flrc lft, Mfl ,ov. tided that he' was the Mine man I whom he'hatl pointed out lo the de- lect ii-es. .both ot the detectives giv- ing evidence later that May.was the accused by the Indian. Al- though this evidence potoled rery stroutly toward the j was the only man In the bar at the line Ibe entered Trlth Ihe de- so naturilly was Ihe- only me whom the :Indlan could accuse. Morrlsou, manater ot liie hotel, jive evidence that May had been on shift at the time mentioned, but that t wts possible that an assistant, or some olher person had been there. Hit in'this city, the Intesf The evidence, briog'the Alberta Vulwnlzlng Worts, S. J. Shepherd appeared in May's behalf. BSE Sill Barons, Nov. a dozen or so men from, here' Tent to Lethbrldge today is witnesses in the lawsuit of Tasicr vs Moore. Mr. and .Mrs. E. A. Grant spent Sat- urday aiternoon shopping la, bridge.' O. S. Cble.-of the illlchell Nursery list Afternoon. Tbp dispute postponed the lie''fugitive until after the reconvening of the court I afternoon. CoTicord, X.'H., Nov. Ed- gar Aidrleh, In the federal court to- day pfdefed the re-irrest of Harry K. Thaw on the strength of the extradl-. tioa warrant Isaued recently by Gov- ernor Fellier. This was done to clear the record but counsel'immediately i.' in an argument over the cua- tody.of the prisoner and the new-ar- rest, was delayed pending the decision 'of the court on certain techulcaliUes. .The -was ordered at a hear- tag before meadwl petition for a of habeas ilso on tte motion of the ot Ner-York'tiM corpus- proceedings be dismissed. .conference between court and'coansel agreed thai Thaw ke u fugitive md M- the "tradition warranL! comrt to ordered, but counsel kerarie Invoired In a dispute over Ihe ens tody' of the prisoner. as proceed- tuft until late this Dwlntll-WrigM WHITE HOUSE COFFEE oY Iris 'company. _..- Mrs. Grpff. let: liere last Friday her hoai extended after LV to jjesrisjjfiuili i an exicuucd visit in home' and'vihta her" Wallwin visited-.tie.den- jjij.-la 'betBiridge. two days F." has-.-jnst finished his new bara'L on the 'Arnold Hotel property. v JliES Millie Bent atd -W. O. Ann: able autqed to CtareEholm last: Sun- day where they spent the day 'vislt- inj friends. Sir. Corwln, special. agent of the Great West Life Insurance the Owsley iiro- ________several others left on Thursday ot last week for a two weeks', hunting Irip Into tho hills west of SUvely. The ladies of the Methodist church again demonstrated their ability to mate a anything they un tfjrlake in the church anniversary last Monday.' Considered nay this year's annlVrrii far UiB most sucfcesfiful of any EO far. H.'H. Crags :ot Lethbrldge was here on preached two very- helpful sermons. Mr. Cragg is an excellent speaker and both Anolbtr small but; important dustry has lately been added lo the was not. very'direct, and w roborated, on important The mspstnle called May to the jtnejs stand, -where the latter de- nied selling the. two quarts men- tioned. two nnarts dur- ing the alternbon, but had hein of a different brand. Ills Worship was of the opinion that too much sell- ing of liquor to Indians in Lethbridge Lad occurred, and warned all bar- tenders and others to he careful, al- though he'did not direct hli remarks The evidence ilderei la .every to May in particular. The evlden uTtriirr Elien had pointed In May's dlri verylliiuch. .enjoyed, the lion, in.the magistrate's opinion, but H was' not sufficient to warrant a con- viction. The law says thai an In- dian's word is as good as a white man's, hut tie fact that they are giv, en a portion of any.fines.imposed on fowl 'supper on Monday evening, 1 a .conviceioa of selling booze, .where ever, proved to te.. the. main feature of the anniversary, 'there being about 235 there for supper. An abundance of good eatable had been donated and certainly no one [could kick 'on the supper put up. The program at Manhattan hall in the evening was also very well at- thei r: evi den'ce' is jtaken" as an Impor- in'.the-proceeding's. was thought by the magistrate to bring undue: Influence to bear on the'truth tended and proved enjoyable. Readings were given by-MrB. Boiart of Monarch, Oreenlaw of Bad- ger Flats and three Great West Mle insurance ger riaLa auu iuicw four of our here the last week writing up local talent. Solos were sung by Mrs. insurance for bis company. 1 Calkins of White Laic and Mr. Hen- Mrs! M. D7 Peevcr was down from I dricbsoa of Barons. Cermongay last week visiting In the The .turn of 1100.50 was' cleared, llayjiard home. While here Mrs. I which will, be applied on. the church I Peever acled as accompanist to the debt singers at the church anniversary I program. I J. 11. Dlackwood, manager of the Union Bank, was a business caller In Uthbridgc laEt week, where he went to confer with the western "sup- 'rinlendent of the same which, a separate establish- ment, has quarters In the H. T." Hen- derson garage. Tills is ihe firsl up- to-date in Southern Alberta, and, though In operation on- ly a fortnight, it is already proving Is popularity. Adding hundreds of milts ta the ife ol an' automobile tire is some-! Works does It. None But the hrstma- .hins lhal appeals to" every motor i tnials are. used and excellent [ta-jlls owner. That: is Alberta are being oblained. Vulcanin'ng Works has set out to do, The plant il in charge of an ei- s and that is ivhr it is earn- pfrt, A. M. Anderson, formerly with .ng such a popular reputation in such the Kelly-Haclne Tire Co. ol a short lime. Tires Tvorlhy forty He has had years o! ejperier.co !ilty or one 'hundred dollars, or more 1 in all branches of the tire business: are' being 'repaired so that one-third A feature of the plant is Mr. An- lile is added, aad that counts. Iderson's timing clock with electrical vulcanizing apparatus is .a hew; appliances, used in properly timing mo- I -in these Paris.' It is a lillltc all his work, it Mr. Anderson's steam- patent with moulds lor any- 1 own patent, -and is most ingenious. thing from, a 1J inch lire five- Orders" aie' beiinning to conie in vulcaniztd. '-from Southern tovnia and It is' rio't ciien ouier-' tube j iires which formerly to ao to can vulcanized .with the tread also i Calgary far repair will >t- the Alberta Vulcanizifij .tenlion. here. COALDALE Coaldals, Nov. Mrs. is a roi'fce about flood things at-t 4> than ol an> other cotiee on" the market. 'f Heighes. Mr and Mrs. D. Mrs. M. J. left recently suit physiel.a ler's health. Mr. McK. Mrs. Alfred Haley, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. A: U Sown. ................___anil L. toTon'-1 Brown nre hoslesics for tho Indies' in .lo thi- lal- Aid p. ra. at the- homo of, 'Mrs. lioneysett. Mr. A. L. Brown has gone to N'ovi herd of dairy i t li Mr McK. Weirh was a business. two or three disposed of hi. A from hero attadedlh. new pool ball t. A. A. Ltolm ,ur.fa: at Crystal Uke Carditon.' Mr. LIn'.en -was. up io look .'-i'tfie'" property over test. week. Ha ihasircn'tsd the to Hcndrlck eon ft Olson, who.will run It In con- ['noctiori with their barber ship In fit- ture. The deal thrpueb by COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Tou mtr best coot hi the. .world, but If on l> poor yiu cannot get tails- tttttrj rOulK. Ribbon'. Ujtlne It the llghtei't -jod bMl pmtry and ,1lM BlWwtt, of quality in Teas, Cotttt, B4ktt( Powien, .Jelly Powders, .Sp'.CM, Grant. Jlolr Sc Co.' IxUhbrldgc'office. Mr. Mrs. Win. Duiton to Lnthbrldge U5t week lo bring home their Ilitlo daughter B3llh, who has been-connnca In hospital Ihcro for some tlir.e. >Mr, Eudi, the traffic chief of tho telephone system, rnade a couple of Barons last weak getting ncflualnfed with (he business here. On hiB'las'i trip he was accompanied h'y N. 0. Moors, district raanager. Mr. 'Fybu's received word thftt his father, ulster and nleco- will 'arrive here tomorrow evening to-'..Mtfca Mr. and Mrs. William Krade are conducting a reitaur.int and r ing houso In Mrs. Union's building Hrat Street. The mCfctlnK of the O.E.S, Friday well atlendco.' A num of Invited gueita enjoyed a fine program given by Mrs. Pawnon, Mr Leffler, Mr. and Mrs. yrank Maxwel and 5Irs. N'orton. Mrs. B. Pawson gave a family din- ner Sunday in honor of her husband's and small son'g birthdays. SHIPS WITH AT HALF Fort William, Ont.. Nor. felegraphlc Insfrucilnna from head their hcrr.a for the winter. Thoy will i ships of the big (leeto In porl occupy the Wm. Unw houae on Main J here hllf- j street.' nut. cut of to ISe U oae ot th< tovai to ia lie recent on lie kXM. The Softert, Finest, Most Durable 'Hotiecy for infants and ChikkeH Wecinnot too highly of the absolutely unequalled quality (A "LITTLE DARLING" and f'UTTLK DAISY" Hoswiy for InfinU aiid notWig the softest, atroajeat Australian lAmb's'vod. We could not put better quiJily of material or workmanship rato "LITTLE DARLING" and "LITTLE DAISY" Hosiery )f we sold them for fire times the price. It is impossible to mate a better child's or infant's itbcWBg', and the price is no morebut even Ipu tbaa you will pay for infcrior.lsosisry. You of course wisb. in bay only the warmest, softest hosiery for your aw! when that hosiery is alao the strongest the most datable csreta ao cioic (hen inferior kinds, you v.-ill fiiKl tfaat you cm not only giaiify rfiatwisb, bflt save money on this Important item of ct-iMrtn's dress. "LifV Hv'jrx" and Little Ddsy" tiucklcM arc with fart Hallsry In the cctoifcsrt suited Blue, Cardin.l, BlpcV.'ji" nt Kierr '.lie trjilc mark-insUton H. UUle DiululK "re rniade U til siiei and with tlircad, in to cllildrcn uadc.- Iwerte dtaUr camel THE CHIPMAN HOLTON KNITTING CO., LIMITED Haanilton :n.tl lfcji for Gil. ;