Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

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: 14

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 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November THE LETITBKIDGE DAILY HERALD moit of them acquiring large rents Old Boreas did a Great Stunt at Blowing Things Around HJHcrest, Alia., Nov. Crow's Nest Pass last night experienc- ed tho most violent wind that been Known In tills neighborhood for several years. Prank Eiwp's icehouse ami a .stable close by were completely destroyed, u treo falling across both, and crush- ing them'to tho ground. 'A horse In tho stable had u marvellous escape, being almost covered with splintered wood and branches, and yet not- sus- taining a. scratch of any account; A barn belonging to Win. 'ilyah was ap- parently lifted bodily against Cbas. Coaii'e and thrown residence, at during tho storm, while two or three were literally blown to ribbons. Tin number of windows blown in by the force of the wind is unknown, bu practically every other house bad one or more panes of glass smashed, whll in ono or two Instances the entire sashes were blown In. This morning the local dry goods merchants were doing unprecedented trade in head wear, as dozens of those who were watching the storm ha Uie'ir hats blown away. When the fury of the storm was si Its height every householder in the Pass was" thinking of the effects fire would have were one to got start ed up. Nothing could possibly have saved Hillcrest from being bur net! out. Most took tho precaution to keep tbeir fires well in hand, and took .frequent looks at the chimney to make sparks were Hying. LITTLE DARLING" LITTLE DAISY" HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN most bringing that building down. Hi the fury of the storm abated gradual- being substantially built it withstood jly after ten o'clock, something which all were thankful. The dance held in the Union Hall at Hlucrest on Monday evening was the bjit pne.of the logs form- ing part QJ the barn wag forced right through'one of the walls of the house, badly scaring the inmates. One of the .occupants liad a very narrow escape, Having been sitting against the wall iit the particular place wberc the tlin- iber broke through, but a short time ion sly. The new rink under con- struction-was levelled to the ground, only a part of one of the four walls remaining .standing. .Some of -the planks were blown a hundred yards away sind more, while the poles were torn right but of the ground. The roof of the "barn owned by Tlioe. Tay- lor was lifted off and thrown on the top of a shack owned by some Ital- ians almost crushing the shanty. A house being., built by Wm. Patterson of BelloVue 'was utterly ruined, be- ing blown over, and crushed Hat by its own weight, and what was a flae- looking structure on Sunday is today a more heap of debris.. A house be- tween Hillcrest .and 'Bellevue, oc- cupied by James Knowlee had the roof lifted off and blown some dis- tance away. The numerous tents in the neighborhood suffered severely, a great success. large crowd at- tended, large numbers coming from Hellevue, Frank and Blairmore take in the first dar.ce that has been held in I-iillcrest for some consider- able time. On, account of the finan: cial failure of the la'st two or three dances held here, there has been effort made for two or three months past in this direction, and the pro moters -and all with this ev: ent are to be heartily congratulated .upon Its eminent success. The new paper, the Hillcrest Ob- server, has attracted considerable at- tention in this and tbe neighboring .towns. On account of the late arrival of the first number, the sale 'was not so large as was expected, but the sec- ond number was much in demand. Tbe paper will be on sale every Sat- urday morning at tbe Co-Operatlve Society's store, and all who keep in touch with local and events can do no better than sub- scribe regularly for this latest 'ven- ture -in Western journalism. Chief Davis is now a servant of the fity mull Oeifiht-r 1 next. At yester- day ineo'iTvj; of the coun- cil (.he iiylr.v." appointing him "for one ,vr annum was '.v also passGd-ar- fcv U.o elections burners to haVe it installed, ston by which Edgar Caldwell be. TIie Missiotl scrviccs were conelud- comcs the owner of the residence of j 3llnday evening hy an earnest fii d C. E. Snow, and H. C. Phipps ac-j strong appeal hy' the Rev. ilephusr, sumes ownership of tho Cardston; on service. Our duty to Pharmacy property. each other being that of service ill Prof. Widtsce, of Utah Afi'ricniturai helping all we meet, service in the College, has made n proposal to the church and societies, in the home, and Cardston Choral Society which, if our own true service to ourselves, al- carricd out, will enable each member so to the great Saviour of the world, of the choral anyone else who his appeal was [or all to become fol- wishts, to set a picture of the Con- lowers of Him who gave Himself tor gross choir at a nominal cost. In a the world. letter to Prof. Newton, Prof. Supreme court opened this week inggQsts that he ho allowed to take with the Boench versus Knight case, the photograph and have a cut made, which was mentioned last week, frcm -which any number of rcproduc- Itoench bought a business from Knight tions may lie run off. The idea is a at Cowlcy, the latter agreeing not to good one and the offer will be accept- open business again in the same dis- efl. very heartily hy the choral club Relatives ol Knight's opened rml ppnpii. of Cardston. Prof. Widtsoc business at Lumlbrcck and Boench to assume the entire cost himself, claimed it was the man he had 1 ought i the business from at Cowley, and sued ---------------------------I breach ot 'contract. The ....._, 'ease wns be-fore the court, .ill day aiA rcnr.o rwnjnniiaunuwin I and RnMy disposed of TUOS- day afternoon, Judge Scott throwing the case out, with costs. Several, that he had lived in Lethbrldge for four months previous to which he lived In Spokau'e. Witness said that there were divorce proceedings 'pend- ing between himself and his wife, and that before leaving Spokane he ENTERED LOS ANGELES'.POLICE STATION ARMED WITH DEAD. LY PLUCKY WORK Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. hoed with an internal machine containing enough dynamite to destroy an en- tire city block, a bottle of wtro-gly- cerine and a 45-caiibre revolver, masked' man took possession of was automatically ignited, but tuc Samuel L. Brown grabbed the box, with; its fuse sharply sputtering, and hurled' it into the street. of high power dynamite scat- tered the while hun- dreds of spectators stood appiiientlj with fright Through a freak of chance there was no explosion and the detective continued jumping on the fuse, until he had extinguished the fire. tf> f receiving hospital tonight the womiucrt would- djnamilor, uho gave his name Central police station today ami hold Albert Henry Davis, is suffering with it for more than an hour, while Hun- several severe scalp uounds, but tbe dreds of occupants of the building and police surgeons say his injuries, arc those foe h' locks around the place, in] nob serious. There is no doubt as to the. man's insanity. He was a member of tlic I! W. W. who was expelled from San- panic sought safety in the distance. When Detective James Hosick knock- ed the man unconscious with a .lea- ther after slipping up behind liim, the fuse of the infernal machine Diego. He is a German, 34 years age. Spokane. Sergt. KronJng and Chief Davis also gave evidence. His Worship, in dismissing the cade owing to lack of proof, censured Mr. Crowe severely for his iiidtacreet ac- tions. The case against BUly.Lamb now falls to the ground. had not lived with his wife for over sixty days. "Witness produced an order showing him to have the cus- tody of the boy at the pleasure of the court. At this point the prisoner, through his counsel, produced a cer- tified copy of a court order giving the mother the possession of her child- ren. Garnet Luke, the1 boy, then told Ihe story ot how Billy Lamb took him to Mr. Crowe at the Alexandra Hotel. The boy said that Mr. Crowe took him to Cranbrook and that he wanted to go to Spokane to see his Mr. Crowe'wanted the boy to go to i agency despatch troni Constantinople. TO BURY London, Nov. THEIR DEAD eight-hour armistice has beeniagreed to between the Bulgarians aim Turks at Tchatalja, so that -both armies may bury their dead, according to a news A Useful, pretty and smart are these improved knit coats For driving or for a hundred other outdoor will be glad of your Pen-Angle Sweater Coat on windy days and chilly evenings. For though they feel so fleecy to the touch and set so lightly on the hody, (hey are warmth-giving indeed. Knit hy Pen-Angle process, from wools of the choicest; these useful garments possess a smartness and style not known to the usual knit coat. And they retain their shapely lines, because they fully shaped to fit snug to the figure. That shape stays In them because it is knit Into Pen-Angle way. Your exact physical type U included in the wide range of Montreal, Wentwortli Moseby, the man who was accused of fron, the Pass arc al-., having murdered Wm. Bllles, a wait- so so that tlie difference oil or, at Dominion Park last opjllions maj. be lly i wns today sentenced to six years' ira- nrlsonmonl, tho Jury having brought in a verdict of manslaughter. Tho of nlairmoro con. [or win hc A i-asc had sensational features owing TIll> reguiar to the fact Hint Ulllcs was stubbed for They have in broad daylight in Dominion Park, I full compliment, ami enough lor nud yet there were ,no aolual wit- inimthpr squad, as stinn .is the inspec- IIOSEPS of tlic uarwdy, althonsli itivaKJtnrs are ready to give Uicm atltn- known that, Ililles aiul Moiicby hail j ij0n. iiuiu-rullisd VomiK Club expect to he Your tnsle in style and colors has been carefully consulted. Some store convenient to you will show you these beautiful garments for men, women arid children. 77 PENMANS LIMITED PARIS CANADA ;