Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LETHURI DQt WtLXLY HERALb tf the Crazing Regula- tes for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and AJbtrta. Attfiaff IMUMM of Lands for agricultural purposes in tfcat portion of Province of Alberta, Soutfe Northern boundary of Town- J8 and la tfee Southwestern por- of Province of CANNIBALISM IN RUSSIA Man Att His Brother, Wife aid Four Children be for a period not 21 jvjLrs. and no Iftonesfcall a greater area Lands leaned are not subject to fcooHAtmd entry or tut tfce of Interior may ild, or any portion thereof the two years' not Rc-tal is two per, acre per amnum. A tease granted an applicant ira- owns one bead of cattle head of fibeep for every 60 acres for, and lessee shall his stock so as to oe in pos- in at the end of ttree years of head of cattle or kead of for every 20 acres .'eased, and stock in this- propor- durimg tae continuance of the St. Petersburg. Aug. are given in Yakutsk newspapers of a revolting case of cannibalism among the Nomad tribe of Tamuts, living on the river Korkordin, in the extreme northwestern Siberia. One of the Nomads, driven desperate by hunger, devoured the bodies of his brother's wife and four children. A party of hunters came upon the de- serted encampment, found the re- mains of the bodies and reported the case. BIG FARM SOLO Land Deal at Namakfc Gieichen East of HONOR ATHLETIC VICTORS New York Will Entertain Men Re. turning from Olympic Games of York, Aug. body honored as the j American Olympic heroes are to be' honored here on Saturday. The program of events for that day was made public today and it shows that all previous announcements as to the extent of the ovation failed to give an adequate idea of the magni- tude of the affair. Acting Mayor Mc- If. you intend buying a Steel Kange be sure it is the KOOTENAY or SASK -ALTA v The agent for these ranges in Lethbridge is the McKeown-Hick Hardware Co. Who vill be pleased to quote you prices Kootenay and Sask-Alta Steel Ranges are sold by reliable men only. They are never peddled through the country. Buy a Kootenay or Sask-Alta and save from to i j j Goan today issued a proclamation i giving the freedom of the city to the REUBEN STEEVES WAS DROWNED ii permitted om only i athletes and also requested that office WELL KNOWN portion of tbe1 tracts above refer- j Xm-M-WM orw, to. A map showing the ggmxmg districts may be secured on Application to the Secretary f the of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORX- ol tnt- Minister rescue his companion was dragged down. AX OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. particulars are hourly expected. PL S. GALBBAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGilD PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AOOODCHEB Bedpath. St. Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m Drs. DcVeber CarapbdJ Physicians and Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McGinns Stewart STJBGEOS" DENTISTS D. Baginbotham's new BAD STORM IN N. Y. Homeless People Had to Find Shelter in Morfue New York, Aug. from the city parks and streets by a big storm, two hundred homeless men and women last night sought shelter in the city morgue at the foot of east Twenty Srrth street. During the height of the storm large numbers ap_ i plied for shelter at the municipal lodging house but it was occupied long before the usual hour and hun- dreds were turned away. The situa- tion eventually became so grave that the officials opened the morgue to the homeless and began to give out tickets to all who desired them. Some. SHOOTING AFFRAY NEAR CA1 WIFE AND HER BROTHER UNDER OF BOUNDARY CR EEK THE VICTIM VADNAIS (Special to the Herald.) Cardston, Aug. morning brings news of a shooting affray at Boundary Creek. Mr. Richard Vadnais was brought in town with a bullet lodged in the muscles of the shoulder and an- other wound in the wrist or forearm. He is now under the care of Dr. Stacpoole whose report of the injur- ies has not yet been received. The circumstances of the affair are not. known Hrs. Ysdnaii anj her Office a.m. to 12 n. 1p.m. too p.m DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel CoaMaie, Boom 12 Office Hours 9-12. l-o. obliged to sleep in the same building with the dead, turned back into the night and the storm, but others who were not so superstitious went in and slept soundly. At 6 o'clock this j morning the homeless were again turned into the streets by official they would _be brother, Mr. Bissett, are in the cus- tody of the R. N. W. M. Police at the Court House here. Mr. Vadnais had undoubtedly an- ticipated trouble from his relations as he was in town on Friday and Sat- urday seeking legal counsel in the reserved for the dead W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. SOUTHARD BLOCK order and was once more, matter. He returned home to Bound- ary Creek from Lethbfiuge on Moii_ day and shortly after reaching his home the affray took place. Mrs. Vadnais has a brother and sister Kving with her at Boundary Creek in the same house she occupied. The brother and sister are both married and, rather coincidental, they each a family of nine children. Mr. Vadnais also has a large family. Mr. brothers and sisters-in-law and the numerous cousins recently came to Boundary Creek from Quebec. "Dick" Vadnais as he is familiarly called, is well known in all parts of South, ern Alberta especially in the dis- tricts of Cardston, Macleod and Lethbridge. GOOD NEWS FOR SOO Saulte Ste. Marie, unt., Aug. j las placed an order with the Lake Superior corporation for tons of 85-pound -rails for de_ j livery soon The company is also as- sured of -big contracts with the G. T. P. and the plant will-likely re- sume September 12. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these claav- ea: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country. the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer a complete wieek by week, of .all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Cana- da irith the news- of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detadlTil lotm and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which cannot do without. GOING TO EDMONTON Belleville, Ont., Aug. j Hunt, who for nine years has been j musical expert at Albert College organist of Bridge St. Methodist i church, left yesterday for Edmon.' ton, his new field of labor. Before leaving he was presented with an LETHB3HDGE HERALD: Find enclosed S2.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press and______ Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Herald, for one year each. of the congregation. LIBERALS SELECT CANDIDATE Almonte, Ont., Aug. B. Caldwell. M. P. has been reuominl ated for the Commons by North Len_ ark Liberals. IN SEARCH OF MONEY Toronto, Aug. Oliver Treasurer Coady have gone to New York to secure terms on a loan for building the city electric power distribution plant and' the com- pletion of the trunk sewer scheme and erection of a alteration plant. LABOR LEADER AT OTTAWA Ottawa, Aug. Hardie, M. P. labor leader, British House of Commons arrived at Ottawa this morning and was received by P. M. Draper on behalf of the Allied Trades and Tjihnr Council whose guest he will be during his stay in the cap- ital. FATALITY IN THE NORTH Edmonton, Alta., Aug. un. fortunate acident occurred on Fri- day last when Gustav Balfanz, a young man from Stillwater, Minn., shot himself causing instant death. He was 90 miles west of the city in Money to Lend on Town and Farm. Property C. F. HAREIS _c uuuc CANDIDATE RETIRES Fredericton, N. B., Aug. Whiteshead nominated by the Lib. erals some months ago as candidate i for the Commons has been compelled to retire owing to III health. HOTEL KEEPER WAS KILLED Victim of a Sensational Hold-Up At Mid- way, B. C. Fired on the Intruders Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham GIRL DROWNED Grand Bend, Ont., HERSELF Aug. Be. Phoenix, B. C., Aug. town t door into cause she could not become a nun, Midway 12 miles from here was the Alvena. a daughter of Benjamin Jer. j scene of a sensational holdup a room. The desperadoes CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH Dauphin Man., Aug. children of Peter Good, a farmer living near lEthelberdt were burned to death on Sunday night. The fire caught in the upper storey where the a homestead accompanied by a cou- sin. The two men were walking along with guns in their hands when BaL fanz laid his on the ground to lace his shoe. When he picked up the gun again, the trigger caught in the brush and the gun exploded. He re- ceived the full charge in the breast children were and cut off their only ge m breast chance of escape. The boy was six WaS years and the girl three years of age. HEARD KEIR HARDIE Montreal, Aug. Monument National was packed to the doors to- night by an audience who gathered to hear Kier Hardie, the British labor leader, socialist and general agita- tor. BRITAIN PAID TO EAT' London, Aug. report of the- Board of Agricullture for 1907 showe- that the British Isles epent for imported food and well over for imported wool: and other produce, such as hay. MAIL BAGS OPENED Aug. 'bags.-. ripped open and the contents mis- sing were found near Montreal -wesfc today. A strike picket found cheques value of one alone for- and signed by Sir George, Drummond, and he immediately .re- ported the find to the assistant post- master, L. J. Caboury. August is the date borne by the latest cheque. drowned herself in the SAILORS HAD TO COAL T i Block, Lethbndge j Thft ASSOCIATION lhe AmeriC3n ahiP' R permit its mem- last i night when Charles Thomit of the Midway hotel was shot and killed by highwaymen. Two masked men entered the hotel at 9 o'clock and at i on the ground that ships of the- American fleet were con.L j fheir M by its own men. American .sail. ors arc- now coaling the Relief. NORTH-WEST STATIONARY EHGiNEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chiof. j convention today to oppose GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr the point of a gun four men includ- the battle, i were told to throw up got into the room through another en- trance and shot three more bullets into the body of the dying man. They then made their escape. Blood hounds are being brought from Spokane to trace the, criminals. of the desperadoes jSiy wounded. thought to GEG. CLARKE AGAiN Gait, Ont., Aug. Water, lop Conservatives today nominated George A. Clare, M, P., as their can- didate for the Commons. Thomit being behind lft 'Dar Put hand on a revolve: and fire on intruders, FATHER, SUICIDED Edmonton, Aug. insane through grief at the death of his young daughter, David A. Craig, who resided 'on jSTamayo Avc., in Norwood committed suicide on Sun- day last, by poisoning himself. EXCEL IN PRINTING A FORMER CABINET MINISTER Winnipeg, Autr. Mc. the and Ottawa, Aug. men have peitioned H. Ledger, an Ottawa shoe- maker, to accent- the nomination for the Commons in their interests. FOWLER'S OPPONENT Sussex. X. B Aug. 2S.-Dr. H. B. j which he staggered through McAllister was chosen at the Liberal! Georcri Fowl-r, >jr. p. wounding one. The strangers ratal, j Lean, ex-sheriff of Portage la Prai" received a bullet in rio, and at one time provincial sec- retary in-the Greemvay government, a side j died today, aged 55. MR. MOTHERWELL MARRIED Indian, Aug. W. Motherwell, minister of AgrL in the Saskatchewan cabinet the Liberal partj and Miss Kate Gillespie were united bonus of t! Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove noxious from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER CO. 1.ETHBR1DGE. ALBEKTA marriage at 12 o'clock today. The Cf-remony took place at File" Hills school the scene of the bride's labors as teacher and misionary for the past years. Only the immediate friends .and relatives of the contract- ing parties besides the pupils of the school, were present. DANDRUFF. LTX1MEXT CURES NEWSPAPERS AT LAW Vancouver, B. C., Aug. caust: of statements published by the Province newspaper yesterday gtat. ing that the World would not support rty unless it got a the World today is- sued a writ suing the Province for damages. to C.N.R. SPREADS OUT Toronto, Aug. prominent officials of the Canadian Northern Railway that company will build a line from Toronto to Buffalo a distance of 100 miles before the first of the new year. BUYS EDMONTON PAPER Edmonton, Alta., Aug. Bul- letin today announced the Edmonton Journal had boen purchased by Vancouver newspaperman and a for- mal anouncemem of "the completion of the deal will be made shortly. Practically all the stock has' been se- cured by M.. McConnel editor of the Vancouver Sunset and he will take over the managenu-nt in ;i few days. The Journal is Conservative in pol- itics. TO TOUR WES- Toronto, Aug. McKenzie and a party of English tourists left this morning for Winnipeg. COLLIDED WITH A LIGHTER Liverpool Aug. the steamer Etruria was- proceeding to the landing stage here today to em- bark her passengers she collided with a lighter, the wreckage of which be- came entangled in her propellqns. Three of the lighters crew were thrown into the water, one of whom is still missing. The Etruria will not sail this aftvrnoon as scheduled. HAIL IN THE NORTH Edmonton Aug. heavy hail storm travelling from south to north and lasting about an hoar passed over Spruce Grove shortly after noon today and the ground is still cov- ered in places with the hail stones. A telephone message stated that most of the grain in that section was cut and little damage was anticipated. 1 MINARD'S LINIMENT FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. Particular P ri nting Place Your Work With Tk Herald Job Department Easiness men and others have every reason to patronize tbe Herald, where experience has taught them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. x Tf you are not of the Herald Job .Department, let us estimate on yonr next work. W. JORDAN, Superintendent Phcne 106 ;