Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

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: 4

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) - October 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA. MONDAY, OCTOftEft I, MM. Back II You Want H Every Fit-Refonn Suk and Overcoat is sold with this dkdnct it mint give complete satwfactioo or you may return it and get your money. This b what the Fit-Reform trademark means to you, so you can realize the importance of getting und C shown above. WAKT PIEBBOTE FOR ALBERTA slog; 1 Satisfaction or money back -TT that is the ;an of "Fit-Refonn.11 Suits and Overcoats, 15 to SHOW Prtacher School Children Men Dead from Peifle HeU a McGUIRE Sole Agents for COULD NOT ARRIVE AT A VEDRICT noon his attention was attracted to the dense smoke that was rising in vicinity of the Cedar Valley mill Regarding of hi ,West Fernie. to :the Fjre scene and faund that tlie flames had. got beyond; the: control of'those who were fighting it. them to go to .'the mill and endeavor to save Edmonton, Oet. annual meeting of the local branch of the Temperance and Moral Reform League .of Alberta was held in the First Baptist 'church last week. The of the meeting was to carefully review .thp. progress that thp.'temper- ance cause has made in the city and in the province during the past year and to elect officers for the en- suing term. "Alberta, will see the abolition of the bar in five said Rev. W. G. W. Fortune, field secretary for the province. "Hitherto when :approach- ea have mad? to the government there was no evidence of the man- date of the people for temperance legislation, but as a result ,of this year's work local branches _ of the bague have been formed in nearly every city and1 town in the province and as a result temperance sentiment is now very strong. If a plebiscit? were submitted now, fully 75 per cent, of. the people of Alberta would vote for the suppression of the liquor traf- fic." Mr. Fortune stated that from 75 to 90 per cent; of the business men" o the province have shown their inter 'Kokomo; Oct. William Linuiy and CiiMrU'.s Thrashc-r W.TC [ound gravel pit with an empty bttween them. When their bodies were brought to Groentown the Mr. Hall, pastor of the church, organised the school children and caused them to 'pass by the two bodies and look jhaatly .faces. As chjWrwi passod along tht minister; pointed out tlie evils of in temperance and warn d the children of the-fate thai overtake drunkard. Many of the little ones'were badlj frightened and recoiled in horror frojr le sight, but pie nn'tii.ster se mod to link he was-doing a good work. ;4 :..aonie WHCAT 'The' Land arid Cattle Co., Ltd. shipped over bushels of fall and spring wheat tnis past month Alberta farm 20 miles south of Lethbrfdge. j This was raw land two years We have more for sale in the vicinity at right prices, also improved land. For particulars sen'Wells Land and Cattle Co'., Ltd. agnit, FORD TYLER Utiibridfc Hotel Market WANTED. to sett H ta wait NBC 25c W AN TED. Four men to gath.-r potatoes, 6c. a Bookkeeper wanted at once; lady! bat'- Apply A. Casaubon, six miles preferred; must understand double east o{ Fair eround- f-ntry work. Apply, with references, salary wanted, to Box P, Herald. 2500 249-2 WE WAMT LAMD. WANTED. Wanted, a good smart boy, age about 15 to 18, to drive delivery rig The coroner's iriqiiest on the bodies of the victims" of the big fire of August, which he considered in danger; Awhile to TQ AT HOME. New York, Police Commis- ioner Bingham yesterday refused ;'ave of absence to John J. Eller, lartin J. Sheridan and John J. of the-Jrish-Ainerican Ath- i uuu help in store; must know city. Men and owners to send us at once i Apply by iett rto BOX 127, Lethbridge. minute and exact descriptions of 259.0 choice dry holdings at closi figures nd easy terms, near railroad, Leth- i ridge or Taber preferred. No other han choice lands near railroads will DC considered. M. L. HeJgerson, t-tic Clubr athletes are policemen, and wished to represent heir club at the Canadian champion- ships at Montreal today. The ab- encc of the three 'will materially weaken the American U-am, especial- y in the heavy weight events. A TOU RI NO ITOR'S OBSERVA- 1st was7 held irt about one, mile house at >nd. firf Coroner Hi A. the.. lowing foreman; fire- between the Great H. G. Lockhart, -A: .-Northern railway track and the river Kummer, F., A: Gallagher and; Joseph and it was beyond' control; By Lyoru number of .bodies iound the time he arrived" back at the '.mill since the fife in the immediate neigh- that property was on fire. His'-terri- borhood .of .Fernie was nine Walter tojy f rom Crow's to Ford; Maggie Ford, Theodore Ford Fell fronr the international and William Ford, of West Ferine, ]ine to sixty miles -ribrth. who were .all found in a: well wh.ere since the fire near the Cedar Mill in they had taken refuge when all' swe- jane nues- of escape had been cut off; -and it where they had perished from suffo-, considered that- under ordinary; fcbh- cation; "Ellis Vernon. Lane, of West Dions' there" was riV fear" of it- do- Ferme, also discovered in a well; Me- j-lg. any damage. lissa Leonard, sometimes known as j. of -the Cedar Valley. Lena found >in the juins of min: sdid that he'had seenTfire burn- her :home in Hpsmer; Clara Rawson, ing among a heap of old stumps' on t a had-'' had men' bAit: SQ had he. est in the movement and- have mad cash_ contributions to propagate it They ;aTe-beginning to realize that th bar room is' a "gold brick" to 'the town: and a decided detriment tx their business interests. 'The bar i 'looked upon as a noxious appendix to the :BOcial body: and the govern m.'nt will soon be to perform the operation of removing it. "As; the law stands at the present time .in Alberta, we accept said Mr. Fortune, and are doing all we can to see it enforced. In my cir- of province from end to the other, I have come across in- stances where pigs 'are in op- eration and where liquor is sold il- legally but in every case where in- formation .before the license branch of thej" attorney eral's department-J immediate action has been taken; and the illegal sale of; liquor-stamped out. Law suits arc now pending license'com- missioners jir'e alleged to have gra'nt- d licenses illegally and unscrupxu loiisly- and if the cases can be proven the licenses so granted will be can- celled! -fThe- temperance sentimentj of the .province if lirouied and will not rest until legislation" is enacted which will remove the bar'room from the open space "bovt-red with wet blankets -.jlf> had'not seen anyohe near it or he .province." i but -who was burned to death; John have .warned .them of the.dan- -WantrPlebitcitt Taken Culph, of Hosmer, killed by suffoda- g2J.; as .there was a quantity cedar j: led in the discussion tion, and an unidentified girl of, siashings in the immediate neighbor- on fa .planks in the platform, which about nineteen age, .who was hod: bolieved that the: fire-jumped }laa' bTgn: formulated by- the Temper- found burned to death in the point" ance teague o{ of the old Waldorf Hotel, old jtowiu j siding C. P. railway. h aim of the leagiie The evidence of witnesses_who John Minton, who -lives for.prohibition of the-liquor traffic in present the vrerc from.Fernie in the direction of ,the province, Mr.-Blayney urged that covered and identified, was. taken; the; stated that the fire crowed ;there be. a-plebiscite at the unidentified; being, river near his, residence and ncxfc provincial elections. This will the little girl, found iirold town. The ;s..VCpt up the valley to the Fort Steele let the government know the strength old hotel child s C0mpany.s buildings and o{ the prohibition cause apd occupied. thcnce through Fernie, bring the question prominently be- at the time by of; The jury returned a verdict that the for_, the people of the province. He foreigners and as they haye; above came to their out that the province of Sas- scattered it haVbeen impossible to daath by the fire which swept through has more advanced legis- discovenher .jFernie and vicinity on August 1st, llation ,than AlberU in that the three- Severaf witnesses were also heard and added a strong recommendation fifths vote not required there and (McKiuney, Journal.) We met; in Can- ada. You everj'wh-re. though; Wei we will find Texans when. W.e.: get to }ieav.-n. Dominion government is pure ly -paternal. !y- The- Mounted Police know the lawy.hive strict orders'to and they ar_- en forced.- through Canada was an We lef St.; Paul- shirt and a five dollars changed either WANTED. A crockery salesman. Apply at Hudsons' Bay Co. 249-0 >41 Colfax Ave., So. Minn. Minneapolis, 250-1 WE WANT LAND. .in and owners to send us at once minute and exact descriptions of choice dry holdings at close figures and easy terms, near railroad, Leth- bridge or Taber preferred. No other than choice lands near railroads will be M.' L. Helgerson, 541 Colfax Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minn. 49-3 WMNTED. General servant. Apply Mrs. F. Rooney, 418 Bartlett st. SYNOPtIS Of COAL MINING ULATIOH8 Coal mining righto ol tne Dootuikuj in (jatkaUhewan, AlberU, the Yukon lerriiory, the Territories and BriUab Coluaroia, may be leased for a term of yearit at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leaded to one applicaut. Application for a leaee miwi e to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol .he district in which the ap ied for are situated. Jc survey ed territory must be described by or gal of and unaurveyed territory the tract appli I for shall be staked out. Kach application must be acooin pan led by a fee of 96, which will retauded if the applied lor are uot available but not otherwise. A FOR SALE. A Hall safe, just as good as new; size 24x36. Apply Mason Land Co. 250-3 until all anxious to see They are all extremely Southern and very friend- ly. The lighting, tele- phone, 'and are all owned by the Canada. This partially the high-grade of public buildings and the low rate of taxation. (in first reports called Turner) of mije S0uth of nle invalid; par- f between ried from'her home and; laid 'in: track and the Elk river j TENDERS FOR COAL. Sealed tenders will be received by undersigned up to Saturday, the ,10th October, 1908, for supplying and delivering to the Lethbridge Protest- nt Public schools Two Hundred ons of Lunip Coal, more or less, in uch. quantities and.at-such times as ame will be required. The successful tend.-rer will be call d on to furnish a bond of one hun red dollars with approved securities or .the proper performance of v his ontract. The lowest or any tender not ntces- arily acceptxl. By order; pf the Board. B. BOWMAN, Secretary. HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET When people pr.ice of my goods they say WANTED. Girl wanted at once. W. Kean. Apply Mrs 248-0 WANTED Experienced saleslady for confec- tionery. Apply Box K. 248-0 WANTED A first class pianist. Apply Box C., Herald Office. 248-6 WANTED. Large room and board, for two gen- tlemen state full particulars. Box M. 247-6 t SITUATION WANTED. Situation wanted by young mar- ried man as manager, 'bookkeeper, or clerk in general store; have ability, royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the uiine fti tht 'ate of five cents per too. Every of coal mining righu which are not being operated uhali furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will the coal mining rights only, but the lesee maj be permitted to purchase vhatevei Available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the caiae at the rate of S10 an acre. For full information tpplioatioc be made to the Secietaiy cf the Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of Oomiuioo 1-Kuda. W. W. C-ORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior pubhcation ol advertittemeot will act be and Al references. T. D. Fisher, Lethbridge. 247-6 LOST, Two bay geldings, branded oh ancl one W. H. on leftr'hip on right hip, and had rRpes pn'their neclcs: reward-JlG. Alex.'N, Harbinson, Taber. 250-4 WANTED. "First-class bricklayers, at Ap- ply Smith Bros, and Wilson. 247-6 tor. a HOW CHEAP! 'Nuff sed TTEH-t-PHONE I Kambouillet Bucks for Sole TO RENT. Furnished cottage to rent for the month of October. Apply Box A. 247-0 TO RENT. For 2 or 3 months, furnished cot- tage, in good locality; bath and fur- nace. Apply Box P, Herald Office. 249-3 in ah effort to trace_-thc origin .of the fire and the in which it crossed the Elk river. A. Ham- ilton, who was in Fernie on the .day of the fire, said that about HUME MADE Brown Cream Milk Pan Loaf measure. above .does-no of. their lives between Lentative T'erme and Michel. SELL WHISKEY IN SANDWICH. Bakers (My riw best Materiab Usdi v T" i i -7; I M t. MODEL: BAKERY to the government to increase the Uiat in regard to the closing of the number of fire wardens, especially bars on Christmas, New -Years and 'luring the dangerous months of the Thanksgiving Day. They were unable to decide Mr BIayney also denounced the from the evidence placed before them law which pitted the importation how the fire originated. liquor into- a province or diatrict Several people are still misaiiig.vbut haa a prohibitory no trace, of them can be found, He recommended that e sent to the local repre in .the Federal parliamen urging that a province or distric may. be able "not only to prohibit th aais but that it may prohib it ihe and 'manufactur New Industry Has Sprung Up injas well. A plea was-also made fo Alabama Prohibition 1 financial assistance in quashing th Came In traffic in Alberta. The f mark was set as necessary to accom plish thia, purpose, nd distribution of whiskey sand- iches is the latest means of evading he whiskey laws in Alabama. Ldnch rooms have sprung up all over state where this choice delicacy seems to be the entire bill of fare. The sandwiches are made'out whole small loaves; much on tha 'or- der of an oyster sandwich, the botr tic of booze being cleverly concealed beneath the layers of bread. -This iscovery of evil was made "when at the Birmingham jail took it into his licod to examine an oyster s.indwich which a relative brought for a prisoner in the jail. Further investigation 1W to the discovery that the whiskey sand- ch is a staple article of com- in this state. financial Agents. 'Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royt! Cdlierics Ltd All Standard Stocks Handitd HEAD B. C. bud si SUWU IOK WOS., Prifrietors C. P. R. MIGHT DO LIKEWISE. Detroit. Oct. Mnckinac Railway company