Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 26

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: 36

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 (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta � ..." M^^ilii*^ > - 11, 1913 5 \ - THE ^ - 1. H - . H 1 * 1 \ � J- - ft 1 J-^ ILY HERALD V A FtAltdaW Motil01. * I320O Russoll-Knioht ' F.O.B. Wftti Toronlo 1 7 YOUR t " ^ kd an "Apple Day" "Which was Somewhat of Knight personally directed develop f^hould b� �quipped with a gas heaWrfOk hot.water, hot air, or steam heating. ummer engine Russell-Knight 28 For te�t purposea, we ingtallcd a l?o. l?lttl(burg Hot Water Heater In our shop on the corner ofi �Ieyenth Av^nu^ and tenth Street West on D((;ember i4th. 4v This shop is built of brick, not pl^tered. It is 45 ft. by 95 ft., with bnsement and two storeys. There are 85 large windows, 5 double doors, besides oth^r exposures. The baseiil t6 days at 30c per 1000 cubic feet being $96.90 or $1.30 per day; This heater is made in various sises suitable for heftting anything, from dwelling to a large block. Its cdst id reasohkble, its operation most With a Thermostat to regulate the supply of Gas and- maintain If you are simple, a fixed tempetftMret heating can be reduced to a minimum, willing to give it some attention, you don't need a Thermostat. There will be hundreds of them installed in new houses this year^ as they are oheail and economical. Put one in your new house Natural Gas LETHBRIDGE RIFLE SHOOTING SWISS PEOPLE'S FAVORITE SPORT r HiaHLANDER*8 REGULARS PUycrt Frank Chance Has Named as Permanent Flxturea Berne, April T,-Rifle shoaUug U to th� Bwlfta people 'what bueball is to AtnMlftiMJi, thfiir uattonal 6port. The Swtes are the crack rlfid shots oC Europe, and if there is any truth lb the old adage that praotlco makes perfect, that otight to he, for Utt year they expended thirty mlUloa hall cart-ridgee on private tifle ransen. This is aulte aside from the praoUce Qon plos,. tiaiiJ the prdoeeds of which will go to Ohio flood suffcfirers. At one stanivBfi tk)xeB'yore sold in 50 niin- dtblt, l>aing at th^ rate of more than bne liar iAihutie. ' r 6pokanc,oonsulp^fi rallied nobly to th^ call Issued by Governor Hrneat Lliter; May6r WUilam J. HlndUy and thi ^poirane Ohimber of Commerb*. Ti>affio reguiatiqre wan a^^tliiiMi to mapye the dsodrw, jB^, make the spalp ! StoplaiUog h*ir, ani, if tl^ere is any life left tn the roots, aUo pron^to l^owtJi of new hair. Wo believe that probaWy 65 eent of the caiws of bold -X �"K �-� -- 11 king amonoB navy plug Oil]B>wing TOBAOCb 18 IN A QIpASB BY IT^KLPt It siirpajijsa all qthcra in quality and flavour bromi8e nothing, your mere v/ordi ediat^ b�nd baek to you YOU for It nbtbm 1or?t! We are d^andpii fidsnoe aad^l^^ be talcen t iipon ypur con^ e, ^:)e* would s, or noke ^ ^tt ean iwty^l^ Hi4r Tonlo in cwmuM^ 0^ i^t our 4 h J, 0. HIQtNSOWAM A 00. ill F i' 11 1 4 *- ^ 1 f. ^ ^ - r> Car Ijntited Calgary ,j^ta. Head Ofllce and Factory West Toronto Branches at Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver! Melbourne, Australia. INTERIOR OF THE BRITISH HOUSE OE COMMONS �^ ^ 1 .1 1 - -- .�-1 - ^ 1 - Tak#n.largely as a model In resetting arrangements in U. 8. House of Representatlvest .....V- ornment-merely that and nothing more. If tbe opposltlou had some-ihlng to of^er the people of Alberta, some well org^nUed routine of sound legislation, then it appears to me tbe eleotprs might be iiMluenced by them, *but they have notbing to ojc^r, nothing whatever J The mofsUng In the Majestic Wednesday night opened in the usual Con-serva^ve war. The first turn was ragtime vaudeville) by O. Fleming and Cooper. How ^jienslble electors of a glorious herltaj$e \l^e ours could posaibly be Influeaced by such insanity passea my comprehension. Just imagine, SCr. B^tot'. the men who engineered and staffed the meeting, (Which was a i^xci In ever^ sense of Uie word), governing th^ vast natural resoujrces and pro'vlnclal rights of Bunny Alberta. '\ Afiter Fleming and Cooper were "compelled to sing; the last versa again,'* aa tbe-Nws reporta, although U neglects to statp who was responsible for ^the compulsion, the chair- | man presented the candidate for IfethbTldge in the Conservative in-terostSi I>oc. Stewart, who proved hia inability for public speaking by having to. auit both for want of breath and for something to say. With all the facilities In pn^ e^orious Dominion of moderu fdncatlon I think It a burning shame that suph people as Mlch-ener and his gapg� poaing as leaders of ehould be so devoid of the Hovw of Intemient ap^ech. I sin-c^rWy bail*v� tJwit ^ school ot ejocu- tiijft ibould ibe iunjn mnectlon with tb� Qonaervatlve Association of tho prinvJnc^r apd that ijandidatea should te comp^Ued to take a course befcnre campaiktxing. .', ^ Of Govtfe MTf Bannett can talk and did, but-then i^ ^ad to be imported, aa^ dfM^^r^d Uoin. O^^wa tor ibo qanipaign; aa tbi^y;Qpbsition had no fen wbo v^erel^^ delivering ii spebclb; l-thiak%tliat the resuUa of the mebtbg; last lijgl^^^^ sixm- Od Jft t^ioJoUipwJng extracts frpin tbe Moral ng News: "There was an absence of that noise and bluster;" "There was ho wild whooping or ansiihing of a rowdy riature;" "When itwasUmused . . It laughed/'(sic) "The applause which greeted Mr. Bennett PARTlCULARLiY WHEN IIK CI/)SIi>D was loud and apontaneoua." In conclusion allow me to congratulate you on the free gtratla advertising you are receiving at every meeting and froai ev-ery opposition speak- er. It must warm ihe cockles of your, editorial heart. I am, ;v Yours sincerelr. v , YJBNSBAJfA:. -/^^ft EIGHT HUNDRED IMMIORANT^^^^^^: M Toronto, April ID.-^Ight hundred^ -^^^ Immigrants reached Tooxmto t^ls .filv^^^^^^^^^^^^ ternoon from the old liuii, rpiiiiSk< ed In Toronto while the other hundred were distributed In Canada. it�m!-^^;::^% A Matter of Good Taste! FINE OLD PORT AND BHeRRY Well matured, beautiful flavor--the very life of the grapes Phone 1734 and Order a Bottle. i r f The Lethbridge Wine and Spirit BEGIN BLOCK, FIFTH STREET SOUTH Lethbrldga, Altg. '--4 MiJ-'^-'-iA-Vt �l|Vl|ltlllll|CW*^' '"lis ^ $ t * ^ ^- A pony of splrlti th^t cannPt b� beaten*: ^ IS John E, Turton, Canadian Bepresentativi; a Front^treet. Eaati Teronte 4 T r4. It* r � ^ � 7 -i if "-- J J- - 2 1.1 1 �- r 3 i ;