Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

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: 8

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) - August 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO Tut LETHBHlDGii DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST f, IM9. TR Daily Herald Established December, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald i'aut- O... at its office. Kouuu St.. Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Uaily, s-ii' dt'IuvreU 2.0U Daily, three delivered 1.00 Daily, one suonth. il-Iivered.....Co uiie year, by mail.....3.00 Daily, six nu'iith-. by mail i.75 Daily, three by mail .35 ciia'ngt'.l as often a.- iie- .-iftxi. but both new. an..i ,'ni-' I -surest I hit l hf In- i the ii'jjisUi tuiv. i U ho suit! our wlu'iil was wiiiU'f killi-d I-Vrt y-iivo to t h" .is i ii was Ha.vion is hit iho hiirh u'iai bushels to the ;iere utvi i! is only u couple RESENTS NAME 3 OF DRY FARM! Prof Campbell Addresses! f i New Canned Salmon eoir.umuvi to if he luul. i'is in ilia t reg Hrnndon asy- d .such lt pro- the Irrigation Con- vention indieati.ius are we in iur v ;n; harvest alter all. What Ks ilie tnatt.-r with i ur and a hull dollar ;i year's permits just WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in right pages, _ua.d c-azitains a summary of tb-? wo'fldVr.ew? of ih.-'week, focal' and foreign. One in 'advance ,51.50 to keep tip periius i'or versity with Saskatoon and its ;i imUiori and a half uni- months, mouths; uih.-rford in s.ath- w alxuit, matters concvrnins: his lie is attending the Frrigation THE DAILY HERALD tion ami i.- te at the following Sage. J. G. Robertson r.y tin. :0 a.1 'SDo- e.he: returns ue will Kroni the of view 0 lioul farming i'rof. t'ampboll Jrv.ss at the Irrigation C'uiueulion on "Cultivation as applied to Irri- gation." was of inestimable value to who v.-i-r-i- I'oi-ttiimte enough to lie pivseut and lake jxirt in the dis- vussion which fol'owcsl. Prof. Campbell spen time in t-oni psvssions that had go his methods Til.- cognomen of "I'M. hell and. as was si a erson ut the close. Car of Rice_ Car of Feed Oats FOR Summer Complaint USE NyalVWild Strawberry SAFE, Sl'RE, EFFECTIVE. PRICE 25c AT THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER. Phone 445 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. CARDS DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon, Accuucher. Hour-- 'J a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office Bed- path St. Phoru- 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE -Redpath Stm-t. a in.. 2-3. some little wrong im-j abroad re- He resented irir." Camp- by .Mr. 1'e.t- he will never J K. W. Hani- J. Mitchell. D. L.'. Brt-s. Drug Bool; Co. i J. Stafford. Fernie. B. K. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Atchison.: L. Reiiie.eke. Grassy Tncham. Bow F. and K be-caus nor A FIGHTING AGGREGATION The bitter fvght in progress in Great Britain over the Budget pro- posals lends a-dded interest TO the cir- cumstances that the Cabinet is in-.1 youngest ministry which has ever ruled over the destinies of the country. The ages o; the respective members of the Cabinet are. in order of jun- iority, upward .Mr. Chiiivhill. 35 ?.lr. Riiijeiiium. Mr. Samuel. 30 Mr. Ha.-courr. -ti; .Mr. McKenna. -trt: Orman's Mr. J.ioyd-neurge. Sir Edward 'spend a Grey. 47; J.ord IVntland. 41.'; Lord, Tho Crewe. -il Mr Hums. 51 Mr. Hal- dane, Mr. C, la-cist one, 55 Mr. Biixton. .Mr. Asquirh. :T7 .Mr. Birreil. 59 Lord 6ti Lord Lorvburn. Lord Morley, 71 itnd I-or-d WoKerhumpton. 79. The average age of. the members of the Cabinet is just under 57, while eight out oi' the nineteen are under r.n in- a-o the Toronto .Mail :nrv ridiculed Mackenzie King his speech at Harvard was rh.> American papers but it appears that the Toronto Tory oriran spoke as usual without know- two Boston papers ulways wiijintr to do its ties: to iTRVt. thi- of ronimuni- i hem in most c; oi" 'lYaiir has b to thv t-' i Wr a reason to the f'. P. H., but it is only fair t.j admit that tho rail- -julhorii ios ltr" ulwuys n-ady to listen to.our suir-rvstiuns an-rl adopt "I'he local Boar--] irh: many matters attention ami in Insvanr.' the railroad has .'r.... iji-sin-h of that i-ody. iy to ion imporiance of i frorn this en-j ;md wo hat if (he Board is able to -rr.-sidf.-iit or somo of ottT-r officials to visit the citv if. can .-onvinc..- C. p. it is in its own inteiv-sis as w.-ll as- those o! ih--- city and district that the con- struction should V- undertaken us soon as possible. Xeison's- Board of T.-ado has prov- -rl its ;.o lhai city and the oj" Trade is satisfy- ing: citiA-ns from 'I'tiffi.' is no section oi iand whore ;i man cuimot increase his yield if he has i ho necessary water and uses it judiciously with scientific cultivation of tho soil. In iho cast- of irrigated farming1 Prof, f'ainpboll uminuiine.'l that the same prccuuUon shoulii takon to Jiaie t-he soil properly prepared. The fanner who turns on his ditch and thinks he controls the situation is; mistaken. Ati iiieai condition is one that has a firm seed bed a line J neir sunace loa.st possihlo lim- it of air and the highest possible limit of water. The farmer muse watch all the time 10 keep the soil ieiu mois.t by ki.-epin.tr the suruu-o culti- vated. J-'or i.-tsutn-'c. when i btx-n cut. what moisture is in the soil l.u- and not it. to dry out. When it be- comes dry it Jn.votws dormant. Alfalfa, he said, is a crop thai we ai-e. just m-yiririiuir to U-arn the value of. U'.-can-Tow little of ii. out in-ig-at'ion. hut four or timos as much with irri-ration. Work the surface for alfalfa. Cultivate the; surface after the crop has Lnvn cut. j A la rare number uf minor questions j wen- answered satisfactorily by Prof. i Campbell which ought to be of incal-; valuo to the fanner. The questions covered u variety oi'' subjects such as cultivation of stub- .hie for wiv.-at. surface cultiva- tion for alfalfa, amount of to i be sown. How to handle a dry soil. 6f breaking- anci che. of breaking- for crop. Mr. Dennis moved, secorrdwl by Mr. that a hearty vole of t hunks be remicred to I-'rof. Campbell for his able arfdrcss und the i eons m-anni-r in }w t ma i n q ue.st ions. Phone and Rgtail The C. P. RIy. at Winnifred VVili have its depot lo- cated ou the towusite owned by Kandall and McMahon Lots now selliiii: Don't delay getting in on this good VI H cire exclusive agents for tliis property Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CfTY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block CANADIAN RAILWAY TRAVEL EAST via lake Route 5 in ships each week From. Fort William and Port Arthur. First cl.iss tickets include meals and berths on steam- ships. For accommodation apply to any Ticket Agent, Canad- ian Pacific Ry., or, J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Calgary C. E. McPHERSON Genera! Passenger Agent Winnipeg TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from ..............S3 j Copying Paper, ream, from SI I Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. DR. A. aad rooLil( btafforcl Block. Office 12. 1.3. 7-8.30. Pfcone night and dm ff. J. E. LOVERlNG-PhysicMo Surgeon. .Accouctief. Oddtellow, block. HoursrTiil 9 a.ni.. a to 1 3 to 5. T to 3. Phone-, 'day Block. Office a.m.. 3.5 p.m '-8 p.m. ISSP Just arrived at Stock Yards fl Mares and Geldings fl J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge MI88 G-A.DAINTY-Gradaate 5 Coal, Ice and THE LETHBRIDGE which a winner in the band competition at the Winnipeg Exposi- tion this year. The Indian and pow feature. Lethbridgt.- fair is as thr best piacc in America today tu wit- ness an Indiun display in the old- time war mid it-at-hers. hc-rse racing i? assured, the generous purses up an incentive for the presence1 of t-he ix-st race St.-s in the Wt-s-t. There will be splen- did displays of draft, thoroughbred. and standard b-rc'i horse.s and pure breii e-attle, sheep and swine as irell as gniins and and vegetables I 4r i PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Bninioral ONE j MADAM NORMAN-COrchestra] i amste. organ and voice produo Hun. Visit, or receives pupils or advanced. Coachini Howard HouPe. Crabb -JV1 tc j_____________ i j i of aiming of Berlin er. High Clas, Scotch specialty. (Jpeu flir b quets concerts, etc. For terms ac Ply, cjo Royal Collieries JO FLY ACROSS THE OTTAWA Cat., Aug. 4. TV j.t tj, will liy Mr. I. on Monday y. in next. He fliglit atrosri the Ot- nvr irorn military camp to and n-turn. ten rnilt-s The director- .if the Lethbridge and 1 District Asrricnlturrtl Society are sparing neither trouble nor expense in ni.iklug the fair of 1909 bigger and bet- ter ihiin .ever. Thi.- year upward? of and purses Special attractions are .engaged. Prof. Khol will make a cour-i thrilling ball-on ,-ach day, Al'Xl'li and a death defying parashute drop, from mid-air. Special platforms have erected for the troop of trained goats and the world famed gym- nasts and acrobats who will perform each day immediately in front of the grand stand. The music will be fur-: 1 ;ts libt-rtil prizt'-s have been "ffered in a-H thrsr classes. Profe.ssional basf-- ball giMiies will played, also ci'ossi- Gome and enjoy welcomes you. an upto-date cily. See the eigli'th way bridg" AWI- a milt: long and 300 high. Come and enjoy the hos- pitality of the citizens of Have a crvKi time. It- is you. Cheap rates all railway.-. Ask your depot Remember the place and August 10. H ;lnd 12. For rurziior iinorrr.iicion -write Major B- Burm-tr, Secc.-Treas.. Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- J ONS t. Barristers and ifotaru... Moue? to loan W. C. finmmous S. J. Shepherd.' WELLINGTON Bros. Cor. Cutbill and Court- land. Box 644. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., D C !_ Solicitor, Bi-ck. berta. H. A. J. MACDOUGALL-Barri-tei Notary. R0om-l4 rushed by tse Lethbridge Citizens' iL-thbridge an.l District Agricultural Band, a unil told that Thaw is jroinp to an author. He seems to have 'tvri author of an awful lot. of Brandon is reported to IK? al by peu.v !hievin.ar oases. When Leth- hrifjjre swijx-s a couple of yanws from j their bail u.-am next week there will be con.stcrnation, and R. B. Ben- i nett sat upon the same platform yes- f terday and the platform is still in i good sound condition. H. B. Bennett makes an chair- man, in fact he is such an. idea] pre- siding officer that we are tempted to THE WORLD'S CHOICEST FRUIT LANDS Rich Soil Natural Irrigation Beautiful Scenery Big Crops Profitable Returns Perfect Climate The Question of Profits will be explained'to you "by actual settlers" if you join our lu-xt excursion party leaves Lc-thbriclge Au- gust 7th. Calgary branch Atrgust 6th. You will have a Most Enjoyable Holiday Trip Call or write. -THE- Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gen. Agent BOX 679 Whitney Block pRjut UIF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Seoefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hull every first and third Wednesday the irionth al ti p.m. p0r lull particulars W. J. Wade, Fred T. Predide'ut. gee.. Box 57. Architects, Detroi of Williams Bros F. 8. Whitney Block. Room 8. -Jr Macdonald Block. Redpatb Lethbridge Alta. Meets 1st and 'frd M o n d aye lethbriilgeJerie No. Ml i i oretbren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. GUS NEJDIG, W.9. cheerfully givea pairs and alterations M o'clock. A.M., G.R.A. Lethbridge LlTdge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each mouth !.a the MasjQic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Measer. W.M. G. V. Storkey, Secretary. P. 0. Boot 637. UNDERTAKING J- E and contractor. Lighting auu DOW er installat, ms. Plaas and eDecLfi" cations Office McKeown's Ka7d ware. Phone 302. GEORGE BEATON-Contractor and .Estimates free. Repa; and alterar.ions a specialty 1 J- H. Drafts- .contractor. cheerfully given. If you want w see our new ideas in construction let us show you. They won't cost you anytnmg. Address Lethbridge P ADDISON Under takers and Embalmers. the Imperial Bank of Canada ________ ana established business in the Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb St. open city I and night. daj HEAD TORONTO Capital Authorized Capita! Paid Up D. R. WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-pres. Accounts of Corporations. Municipalities. Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals' invited. SAVINGS Special attention is given to Savings Bank .Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- egt allowed at current rate from date of deposit, LETHBRIDGE A. 9EATUE, Munag.r. Begin 31ock, Round St., beside Bentley'a Store. T. S. 01 RECTOR AND riages and equipment new ind uj Parlors opposite fire hall to date. ______-r-ir- Open "day and night. P. 0. Box 493. Phone Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13666. in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday ef the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. A lOicksoa; Clerk. N. WJLLIAM WATTS-Builder and con- tractor is prepared to give esti- mates free of cost en all 0. work is the building trade, includ- ing repairs, alterations, Boi 513 Lethbridge. G. C. Toronto) Builder and contractor. -Estimates promptly furnished on all kinds of prices and satisfaction guaranteed' Apply to Room 7, Oliver Block. '141-6 JERBERT RAMSDEN-Contractorfor foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully given. Applv BOT 630. City. Ft J. W. and build- cr. Special attention to repair work. Office and residence 612 Courtland St. Box 1364. 173.26 Carmangay Stone grade building sandstone in Alberta, Ce- ment dealers. Concrete and exca- vating contractors. See Mclntyre, Bailey Co., Carmangay. 189-28 ;