Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
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) - August 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OF CANADA With from Fort to Vancouver, Ueion Buk or coven the' West more tborot- v tlissi Bank. Every modern Banking facility offered to Ranchers, Graic aad Ciiitls Dealers and Merchtntt. made. Money transmitted to any part of the world. Savings Departmeut established at every Branch, starts an account Interest at current rate paid quarterly BRIDGE BRANCH: J. ti; The World of labor Alain "rf WwtsipKt Trisihr ui ouui. 01 Tipics if iitirtst U LiWr Mr Union of' '.jut I about to make eflort to every city in America and Canada that are not already organised, Will any members wlio belong to craft be klikl enough' to notify the editor oi thin column as to the number cf thia trade ia the, city. The'local or- ganizer received letter from the vice president of the above union and in his capacity M funeral organizer he viiitrnf Canada at an early date. The funeral of Kempion McKm, ex- president of the Council was held in Winnipeg on, Wednesday week to St. Mary's cem- etery. The pall beareri were selected from the unions- The Typographical Union hadi.entljre charge o( the fun. val and the nfeiabers. attended in aj body. from many, of the! organisations were piled around! the casket at the parlors of the uiuj dertaker's when the many friends passed through to take a Iwt look at the form of the departed friend. Con- spicuous among them was the the all-in code of the Typos, beautifully worked in a design.. Flavor, Fragrance are the strong pointi of Market Place Wbci yM have to seH dace it la I MM If wutacythfaf MC t 25c a t for St With the hearty sanction of the editor of the Herald, 1 am able to make a veryimportant an- nouncement which I hope will be the means of benefUting; the working clas- no matter what particular trade follow. This is the establish- ment of a Labor Bureau in connec- tion with this column, and it is my intention to keep a record of the un- employed -in-the city and- vicinity; and to interest employers of labor so that when they require help this may be furnished them when possible. There will be no charge and as there! inusiciaris could be held. On Tues- day last the organizer met the Citt- zen's band and they decided to con- tinue the subject until the general meeting was called. It, may be of interest to note that tnere are only two unions in the province of Al- berta' in the meantime, and it is hop- ed that'this city will have the hqnbr of making tlie third. are no employment bureaus -in the ci'tyj I will be treading on no one's furnish paid, the possibilities of work, and all other necessary information. This will be supiplied: absolutely free-oil application but pleaae enclose post age. To make this a success I must have the' co-operation of both em-, ployee and employer. A book will be. provided at--'the Herald office, where those desirous of registering will state their name, trade and how loug they worked :at_ same. Should any contractor wish to hire hid men; notice of same will be ed up'in" the window of" the Now, everybody help me to make this a success.' A general meeting of Lethbridge musicians will be held in the sample room of the Balmoral Hotel on Monday evening, August 3rd. The chair" will be taken by the local or ganizer at-8.30 prompt, and it ii hop. _..... ed that all intending to join, as well wages are being v- i 6........ who hae their doots, will LAL'S PURE TEA It'trRICE.CLEAll COLOR, fresli RANGE and DE- LICIOCTK FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet f At Preston, England, a company has been fined in the police court for stealing the .labor of workmen. The theft was; committed by putting back the hands of a clock to deceive the men into working longer THE SOCIAL REALM George of Macleod is visiting Mrs. R. F. -Boosting :is an- art :and -requires brain. The knocking habit, can be ac-quired by the dullest numbskulls. It ie are few, if any, knockers in the various organizations in this cityi- but it is noticeable that the man with the muck-rake gets busy now. and-again. Now, get together and Iwost. One of the best smokers 'held the city wes brought off by the Brew ery Workers'. Union jn...the Labor Temple last Saturday evening. There was .not a dull moment in the whole evening's entertainment, and the lo- cal is to be congratulated not only in the way they attended to the crea ture comforts of the large audience who turned out, but also on the ex- be present. I hear with pleasure that the Trad- es and Labor Council are making an effort to make the ensuing Labor Day one io. be remembered in the annals of unionism. Already several good schemes have been adopted, and when these have become fully ma- tured, notice of them will be found in this column. The matter of bach union providing a oat has been tak- en up, and 'I trust "each' local will come-forward and help put the Trad- es and Labor Council. By so doing they will give not only of. what union -men out will- aa a proof to, are not; already in "ihmt "ih unionism there ii The Dayr Conunittee: have cettainly a chairman, R.: J. Batdry. piat week gettufg; in fpF_the big day on "the ,7th" and the fqllowingr will the merchants and a in.' a very Labor k Pat Bums A. cash. boots. Mrs. A. B. Stafford gave a. most tea-at heir pretty Friday afternoon between the hours of four and six. The pretty profusely decorated with rosed, iwoet peaa and Marguerites. Mrs. Stafford looked very sweet and dainty in a pink gown trimmed with lace. Mrs. Lethbridge and Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham presided at the toe-table which was most artistic with pretty hand-painted and bowls tilled with quantities o sweet peas. Those- assisting Mrs. Galbraith, Mrs. Rylauds, Mi's J. J. Johnston and the Stafford. Mrs. Bigby was the of a ehannint Httto bridge' last Friday afternoon given in 'honor of Mra. of Maefeod. Two tables were arranged and the- pi ay erg were: "George, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. WiUon. Arnold', Mrs. Starnea, IT IS PURE! Ram Tea it sold only in Lethbridfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. SCAVENGING Any person desiring scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same done by leaving orders with P. aiw, c-o relics gtstica. 74-0 FOR SALE Cottage on Avpmifi, cheap. Terms to suit purchaser. Apply W. R. Virtue. 1916 on LOST One brown horse branded' I left thigh. Also one bay borne unmu n left thigh. Suitable information regarding for Sundial. w3S 1 ULATIONS uiluiug rignuj oi cue hi uaanitoba, Saskatchewan, the Territory, the North-West Territories and Britisb Colunroia, may be leased lor term of twenty-one year a at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will to oue aplicant. McKeivie booti. Hayr Razor and Strop. W. C. cash. celleuce of the programme furniahed. I The J. Brown Co., There was an abuandance of good singing talent which .was aecompan ied on the piuno with.much accept- ture. -ance by A. Bennett. Billie .Sharratt was there with his negro dooll and needless to say had a great reception. Two special, features of .the evening a whistling solo and a German song. B.W.Goombs, president of the Union.was in the chair, the quiet and quick manner in which the proceed- ings were conducted being an' excel- lent testimonial to his wielding of gavel. From all appearances, if. seema likely that there is to be another ad dition to the already long list o 'locals in the city. The local organ izer has had two meetings with the object of forming a local of the, American Federation of Musicians. On Friday last" he met the members of the Lethbridge Concert Band and explained benefits-of .organization and at the conclusion of the meeting 3 resolution was unanimously adopted in its favor, but to defer further ac- tion until a general meeting of all goods. Turpin Furniture pic. WiUon. Tha pretty prize which was a cut glaaa was won by of Mra. George. v Mrs. Burnett and Mrs. Hammond 'entertained on Monday- afternoon in honor of McCaig of Edmonton. Miss Flossie O'Hagan won a pretty cut glass bon-bon dish, as a prize in an exciting little guessing- contest. Tea was served from a prettily ar- ranged table decorated with pink weet peaa and green The guesU.were: Mrs. McCaig, Mrs. Staf- ford, Mm. McNicbi; Mrs. Arnold, WiUon. Miss Vrooman, Miss Hillis. Miss Mfss Men- Iveryone know-how staid and dec- society usually is. lowever warm the evening, howev- er late the hour, they sit boxed up n a room or two playing bridge, be- .-aune that is the correct thing to do But these people we -observed actual- ly had the boldness to break loose from precedent, tradition, usage, example, and all that regu- lates and life. They turned on the front lights, and sat on .the lawti where every inquisitive might sea them1. We were, of course, too well bred, to expose our- selves in this unabashed fashion. We took our stand-where we could see and hear without-. tawing discovered. Some ot the things seen and heard both shocked and pained us. At first the gathering comparatively quiet, but for the sounds of a gram- ophone. the com- j pany settled down "to some myster ious quest. We caught at intervals the word but "it" seemed to be some elusive phantom, some will- o'-the wisp, that evaded every at- tempt to grasp" -The keenest de- tective forces of the city were set to work to apprehend it, but even these were baffled.. 'Indeed, it was not clear whether "it" was not ra- ther "she" or -or both or nei- ther..How manj: people in their right minds could, indulge in such absurd pastime is incomprehen- sible. The mail tern-parly in "Alice in. Wonderland" was'. sense compared with this'. But followed was still-more unintelligible. The still-. ness of the night-wan disturbed by horrid, jangling sounds, happily al- WANTED Pile Lethbridge publi travelling 1916 FOR SALE Fine new eight roomed modern two storey house. Eight minutes from post office. Will trade good city lets close in in part payment. Small j Application for a lease must be 1 payment will handle. Don't miss it. made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol Apply by letter In Box W., Herald the district in which the rights ap- lied for are situated. In surveyed territoxy the land uiuat be described by sections, or le al subdivisions of sections, and io unsurveyed. territory the tract appli d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of J5, which will funded if the rights applied for are aot available but not otherwise. A royalty ah all be paid on the, iner- ImntaMe output of the .nine at the rate of five cents per ton. WANTED Your accounts to collect. Let me turn your accounts into cash. E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block, or. Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 191-6 NOTICE All our acounts are being handed "or to a solicitor. If you wish to avoid paying collection charges call at once and settle. Nelson Fraser. A cash. A cash. A cash.- L. watch. C. W. raior. .Fred A. and bit. A. IfacDonald waist-. C. cash. G. Bradbeer goods, R. A. prize cup. J. J. bottle per fume. W. cash. cash. Leth." Saddlery and bit. K cigars. Good flour. Bentley Company goods. M. Bar Hudson Bay ,H. E. cash. J. D. Higinbotham Jt Co., Ltd. The Journeyman Horse Shoen In- zies" Miss McBeth; Miss McNaughtos. the Misses Hardle. Misa Hallo way the Misses Bawden, Miss Wallace, the Misses O'Hagan, Miss Eckstorm. most unknown in-this peaceful com- munity. The .shrill blast of tinhorns the boom .of :tpm-tonis, the braying of the bleating of shorn lambs 183-17 and the- explosion of bomba, as if anarchists or nihilists were at work, were all distinctly haard. What it all or what it was Intended to mean, I have not the least idea Ia fact I have not many' ideas. any- way. But I ask, Sijrr. .through the medium of your valuable paper, whe- ther such things should Ixf 'permitted in any law-abiding locality, and near the dread midnight hour? I could name-some of the persons-who took part in strange reyelSj but I orbear. I feel I am al- ways, some I such >hraso as "temporary aberration" >est explains .such unusual conduct- and that it will not again be my j Minful d'lty to speak of these things. One Who " Society." Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until Sve o'- clock p. August 6th, TJ08, for the erection of a brick fire hall foi the City of Lethbridge. Plana and specifications may be seen at the of- fices of the Architect, Southard Build ing, Lethbridge. Each tender to be accompaniod by a certified bank cheque for ten per cent. f the tender and made payable to the Secret irj, Treasurer of the -City n Lethbridge. The cheque to be for eited f.o the City if the tenderer fails or refuses to enter into a satis fac tory' contract for the completion o :he building.- The lowest or any tender not nee essarily accepted. TO RENT Living room, 3rd floor Whitney Block. Apply D. J. Whitney. 193-6 WAKTED A girl about 14 years of age to as sist in general housework.. Appl> Mrs. Louis Keel, Ford St., opposite Cigar Factory. 193-6 WANTED. General "servant at once. Mrs. F. J. McKeown, 317 Westmin ster Road. 196- LOST Between Brown's stotii and Bap tiat church a diary and pocket book Finder wiE kindly return to Rev.Wm Reid. WANTED Wanted by young lady, position o trust, experienced saleswoman, could manage small business, etc. W. D., Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a swore statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal rights only, bui _the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever dvailable surface rights may be con- iidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of S10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary o! the Department cf the Interior, Ot- or any Agent oi Sub-Agent of Doioimou Lande. W. W..CORX Deputy Minister of the Interior Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 1946 James A. Macdonald, Architect. Mrs. Neale gave: a musiceJe Monday eveningvin honor of Mrs. George of Macleod. Hardve a jolly lit- dance on Tuesday evening in ho nor of their guest, Miss Halloway o Seattte. The were: Miss Wil- son, Miss Hogtrs. Miss McDeth, Mrs. McCaig. and Miss Wai lace; Messrs. Bennett, Bar of We have to raise 16000 by the 12th of and are .4 on SACnncmg our Byienuiuijr disconat on Carpet and Rngs, aud Draperies; 15 per cent discount on Furniinre, LiooJeuuis and Pictures. It's Certainly time to bny in especially when yon consider'that every article in this store is worth 100 cents in the dollar. Don't procrastinate. Buy today. WANTED Dining room girl. Apply Cosmopol itan Hotel. 193-0 FOR SALE Large oak roll-top desk. "Apply Box 334, Lethbridge. 103-0 STRAYED Found running with my SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS horses, LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCK- Livery barn on Regina-Prince Al- bert brr.uch of C. N. Rv, with room for 160 head horses, iu town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particu- lars see paying expenses. R. A. S. Whitney, Lethbridge, Alta. 1956 DR. O. J. COURYICE DentUt Giaduate of Northwestern Qniver- sity, Chicago, 111. Office Hours-9 to 12; -1 to 5. Whitney Block Rtdpath Strsel WANTED AT ONCE Experienced waitress. Apply at the Hub 'Cafe. 195-2 FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridgc. ly to Andrew Queen, at the A. R. I. company's library. 95 tne extent Of one-quarter old, branded on left thigh, section of 180 acres more or less. can have same by proving and Application for eniry must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency :or the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the fatlu-r, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely by him, aot Ijw than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will uot meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or-mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on homestead entered foi by him ia ihe i ?uch homesteader IMirfonn his own residence duties by living with t.he father (or (4) The tenn "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width >f road allowance! crossed in the neasuremeni. (5) A homesteader intending to jxrform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living parents or on farming land own- by himself must notify the Agent tor the uisinci. vl auvn Six months' notice in writing must he given to the Commissioner Do- :uir.ioi; Land; at Ottawa, of intention apply for pato.nt. W. COR2. Deputy of the Minister of tha publication ot this advertisement will not be paid for. Place Your Orders for R HYING ....WITH.... Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 MOTH BIGSNAP I FINE HALF SECTION BETWEEN STIRLING See AND NEW DAYTON, ACRE. YOU j can't get anything near for less than to Weber Ott Block Lethbridge ;