Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

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
Previous Edition:
Next Edition:

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 Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The ITatly Lcthbridgc ^Qtly Herald, Snntrday, April 30,1010. MEDICINE HAT One of the Most Famous Places In Alberta lere are few places on this contin-u'nfamed'' for ilts dilmenslons, un-{ht, by the sight seeing tourist, In )ilt8 exact location unknown, that Irtheless enjoys such a widespread itation as does Medicine Hat. The le has long been a byword through-the length and breudth of Eastern ada and the United States. It Is ten with apprehension. It con-is storms and cold. It is the rce of the disagreeable. And yol intraent has soon developed into hantment. He goes away but he bot stay . The next tew months tie nexit year sees lum back again he Is not alone. Curiosity brought to see-anticipation and lure of great new land brings him bacK stay. A New Reputation ut Medicine Hat during ithe past years has taken on a new reputa-!, has achieved another world-wide inoUon. When Rudyard Kipling ired those oft repeated words "Me-|ne Hat has all liell for a base-it" people became concerned from jlher standpoint. Frozen above and pry furnace beneath was Indeed an 1 combination. But the fame of her f'i imlted supply of natural gas did f: ^ I remain to the chance wayfarer I" Exploit. It has spoken for itself, -TfV thousands who pass (through dally ."�x the great transcontinentals look out , . JieJr car windows and see for themes the ijever ending light 'that icine Hat enjoys. The visitor ^ steps from the train at Medicine 1^ is struck with the peculiarity of "jet lamps burning lin broad day �it. He soon discovers ier month. For manufacturing purposes It is sold at the rate of five cents per thousand cubic feat. The gas is municipally owned and even at that Iqw cost to the consumer produces a considerable revenue to the town over and above the cost of delivery. With this asset at its disposal the city is able to offer to manufacturing concerns a remark able inducement of cheap power, A City of Homes The cfty presents even to the cas But the ruture of Medicine Hat as ual observer, pleasing and finished oNir euH MiaoucTS utun this TKAOt MARK Your Guide and Safeguard Your Guide Do you want the .softest and most delicately per-fumc-il Talcum Powder? Buy NA-DRU-CO Talc .\re vou looking for a plea.saiit flavored, economical (leulifrice, that will clean and whiten your teeth without harming tliciii? You'll find NA-DRU-CO Tooth Paite exactly what you want. Woul'0 ir skin ? Used NA-DRU-CO ToUet Craam. It is a true skin food, and quite harmless. I.s your hair losing its lustre? NA-DRU-CO Hair Restorer will bring back its natural color and vitality. And so on through the lengthy li-it of Toilet and Medicinal Preparations which you or your family need, your sureit guide to quality and catisfaction it tha NA-DRU-CO Trade Marie. Tt is easy to tpoognize NA-DRU-CO jjreparatious, for besides bearing the NA-DRU-CO Trade JIark, they are smartly dressed in a pleasing sh.-ide of red. Your Safeguard The NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark is vour safeguard, too, as >vcll as your guide. Behind it ^stands the National Drug niid Chemical Company of Canada, Limited, with the large,st wholesale drug business in Canada, and a Paid-up Capital ot over Five Million Dollars, guaranteeing the absolut* raliabilitjT of everything bearing the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark. When j'ou buy NA-DRU-CO products you are certain of the pureit materials, skilfully cempouadad by expert chemists. You are sure of articles which are the best that brains, organization and money can produce, and that will give you satisfaction. If by any chanca any NA-ORU-CO Brapamtinii should not entirely salid^ you return it smI your druggist will refund tha full {turdwsa priea. Ask your druggist, who is a man of standing in rir cotniiiunity, about the NA-DRU-CO line. He in position to tell you, for we will furnish to liiui, or to any diuggist ur plivBiciau in Canada, ou request, a full list of the ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO preparttiou. tlie winter for band practice and lec-|ing industry at this centre of the stock country should meet with most unqualified success. Primarily a Railway Town But Medicine Hat was primaril.> and is atlll to a large extent a railway town. It is the divisional point for the east, west and south, and a great majority of (he working classeE find employment in connection with the railway. The pay roll of the CP R, amounts to about fifty thousand dollars monthly. The facilities for the refitting of engines in the roundhouse in this ciity are particularly good. Natural gas is used in the furnaces and lorges entirely and the convenience of its use and the in tense heat whicu can be applied cannot be overestimated. Train Service Six transcontinental trains jjiirs through tlie ciity daily on the main line, and two trains leave and arrive tures by the officers. A committee of the N. C. O.'s and men have just been organized with a view to holding military balls throughout the winter season, which should add much to the gaiety of society in that place. s* Fire Deparment Medicine Hat has a fully equipped fire hail, an paid chief and driver and a voluteer- brigade with rooms and gymnasium in the fire hall. The brigade has proven a most efficient fire fighting force up till the presenit, but will probably be superseded by a paid force when the size of the city requires it. The Churches The city boasts five churches at present, two Presbyterian churches, Mothodist, Baptist, Churcli of England Roman Catholic and German Evangell cal. In connection with the Methodist church was organized a Young ANOTHER MIRACLE IN NOVA^SCOTIA Thouglit the Diseisi was Gancsr af the Stamacli "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Curad HIni SvoNSY MiK�9, N. S., Janoarv 25th 1910 "For many years I suffered torture from Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Two years ago, I was so bad that I vomited my food constantly. The agony I endured all these years, I cannot describe and I lost over 25 pounds in weight. I also suffered with Constipation which made the stomach trouble worse. I consulted physicians, as I was afraid the disease was cancer but medicine gave only temporary relief and then the disease was as bad as ever. I read in the "Marithne Baptist" about "Fmit-a-tives" and the cures this medicine was making and I decided to try it. After taking three boxes, I found a great change for the better and now I can say "Fruit-a-tives" has entirelycured me when every other treatment failed, and I reverently say 'Thank God for Fruit-a-tives'! !" EDWIN ORAM, Sa, " Fruit-a-ti��B" swcetcM the atomach, increaaea the flow ofgastric juice, strengthens the stomach muscles, and insures sound digsation. The wonderful powers of this famous fruit medicine are never more clearly shown than in curing the apparently hopeless cases of Dyspepsia and Constipation. 50c a box, S for 12,50, or trial size, 25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tivea Umited, Ottawa. iBlal lines thait have marked Its progress heretofore. Circumstances may defer that progress but its star is in the ascendancy. It is l.ound to go ahead, Nattu-e lias endowed it witV lavish gifts. It is indeed a town born lucky" and v.'illed by the de crees of fortune to become great. WESTON IS GAME. Albany, April I'S.-Edward Pay son Weston, who was slightly Injure 1 in an automobile accident near Castle-ton last night, resumed his Journey at tj.30 o'clock this morning. He was feeling somewhat sore and lame biit seemed to suffer no other ill effects. Always Makes a Hit A PRETTY SPOT C. P. R. STATION ONE OF THE PRETTIEST RAILWAY PARKS IN CANADA If your druggist hasn't the particular NA-DRU-CO article you ask for in stock, he can get it for you within two days from our nearest Wholesale Branch. A Few NA.DRU-CO Favorites: TeiUti , ^ Complczion Cream Talcum Powder Tooth PHte Witch H�*el Cream ForOiUdren: Baby'i TableU Sugar of Milic Dyspepsia A Indiieilion: Dyspepsia Tablets OintmBnl and Salves i Carbolic Salve Stainless Iodine Ointment (} sizes) Pile Ointment Cod Mv*r Oil Compouad, Tattelns, [2 ttSM) Nervosoae Cod I.iver Oil SmuKloa (a slats) I National Drug and Chemical G>mpany of Canada, Limited /Halifaa. St. John. MontrmJ. Ottawa, Kingston. TonmIo. HamOlMi. hmUm, Wh.i�al.BruKk.sai.j Wmnipef, Refina. Cal�ary. Ndson. VancMiTar. VIetMrfe. 10 Men's Olub which is now undenominational in character and modelled after the Y,M,C,A. in so far as poss'ble. The club liave fitted up a building, witli reading room, gymnasium and baths and paid instructor holds regular gymnasium classes throughout the winter. The club is well patronized by the young men of the 'town both in Its athletic and literary branches and is accomplishing moat beneficial results. Educational Facilities The school population of the city is large considering its size. Over seven hundred and fifty pupils were enrolled during last term and the ac-commodaibion, although excellent, now is becoming necessary to be fu-ther enlarged Two'ten room buildings are now fully occupied and the construction of a modern, well equipped building for high school puriioses is under way at present. This will be occupied by the high school standards this spring. The building willl be a creditable addition to the already large number of handsome puiblic bulld- on tlie Crows Nest line daily except on Sundays, wlien only the night trtiin service is in force at p'resent. Tlie city is well supplied v.'itli n\ s and business houses of every descrip Hon to supply the needs ol' ihe citi zens and the district. The f/.ji.'s iire up to date and thorougiily r lipi'iul and no one need send oiifsidf lor the rarest commodity. "The Town Born Lucky ' This is "the town that was born lucky", a itown which of its own assets must develop in no short* time to a city of considerable size and im-pontance, u is its own advcrlisemont and no inflated real estate boom Is necessary to efl'eot iits growth and development. Its progress has not been remarkably fast, but it has been sure. Its history iias been marked by no extraordinary influx of poinila tlon, but it has been steadily growing and will undouLi.euiy keep on growing. The foundaiUons have been well and firmly laid. It rests on a solid conservative footing, and its advancement will be along the same substan- Tilly Day looking I'o^'aiiotliei'sifnation in "'A Ktnju^lit for a Day" To-niglit ai the iMa.jestic You Can Have a Model Kttehen as cool and -whire as a dairy. No smell, no smoke, no heat, no dust. No old-fashioned contrivances. The 2Vew Per/6ctioii 'fVICIt BLUE FLAI%ffE Oil Cook-stove is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the tnotl elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. Boils, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready in a second. Extinguished in a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collapsible rests, towel rack, and every up-to-date feature imaginable. Vou want it, b�> cause it will cook any dinner and not beat the room. No heat, no smell, no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashes to carry out. It does away with tha drudgery of cooking, and makes it � pleasure. Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it, because they can immediately have a quick Are, simply by turning a handle. No half-hour preparation. It not only is less trouble than coal, but it costs less. Absolutely no smell, no smokes and it doesn't heat the kitchen. The nickel finish, with the turquoise blue of the enameled chimneys, makes the stove ornamental and attractiva. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; tha I and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. Every dealer everywhere: If not at yoai% write for Descriptive Circular to ths BMrssS agency ofthe J itove-I ----- ____ name-plate rsads Naw Perfection." The Imperial OU Company, Limited. ;