Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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 (Newspaper) - August 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta rHt LCTHtHtlOOkT^OAlLy HERALD, TUESDAY; AUGOST 10, IM. "^H'?' CONVENTION CALLED ! progress of the toiling lUHSSes. ;ro P'iatc. thcrt-fore. that the Copgrcss tho vision of the iintnlgiA^^t nnil 1 ^PrsscnUng nil these Weols on behalf N'?JSn�e twonJ;,V-nfth annual session of i visitor it typifies nil th*t bright ' of tho masses. shou||d meet at Que-tl� Trades anil Labor Congress of I hoi>c nnri loftv ambition inspire in i''"c to f"rUier the moral and reaior- Oaaada' will convene m the Provln-'the (inveller from oXler countries, dnl I-^^gislative buildings, City of who comes to seek that peace, pro-Quebec, beginmnfr at 10 o'clock. Moil iqross and spiritual uplift that make Jay nioming, September 20th, 1909, jfor material and moral contentment, and Will contmuc in session from day I Fleeing from the tyranny and-opprcs-to day until the business of tho con-jsive industxinl and natiooal conril-vention has been completed. It ions that surround hUn clAwherc, �It is singularl.y appropriate that the organized wage earners of Can-wia. should assemble in this ancient capital to discuss the welfare and he sees in Quebec the promise of a better home lite, higher civilization, loftier aspirations, nobler mims in life and rel^rious freedom, flow appro- Crow's Nest THE BEAUTIFUL* Tlie Pioturestiue Top o' tlie VVoKltl ' Silveiy Lakes ; Singing Brooks Profusion of Forest CoJoring Gigantic Snow-Capped Moiintiiiu Peaks Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle. Horses Pack Horses Carriages Tents Dancing Pavilion Meriagerie Ball Grounds Excellent Cuisine Buffet Service m MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL Andy Good, Prop. Rates ReMonable inl ii)tei-est.s of Ms constituents. Jitttters that will be prescnteii for tho earnest consitloration of the dele-g'ates are not, less weighty than heretofore. Indeed, at no period in its history lias thi- Congress had n more important duty to perform. Apart altogether from the importoat legisla tion of the Dominion Parliament and of the Provincial l/egislatures, the ever pressing demands for tho amelioration of industrial conditions and the betterment of the whole of our industrial foTfos-apart from these aljtogether, a pronouncement is urgently needed upon the present jingo propaganda for inilitHry training in the schools, mililnry and naval equipment. ^ Canada is a coimtry of Peace. Tho problem of Jiving in times ol Peace is didlcult enough without having foisted upon us a vast expenditure for non-productive, but highly destructive, effort. "War is Hell I"-for the workingman. I*-Ix>r cannot afToid to be silent at this critical juncture but should tmite with all, i>oace lovjjjjr citizens of Canada to -squelch, in its incipioncy, the forced .sentiment that would involve us in the quarrels of other lands. Following the financial anil industrial depression of the past year or two, organized capital will lie founil ready, as ever, to foist its tro)iblei upon the wage earner. The latter must be up and doing for his own sake- With prosperity in sight, Labor must prepare to share in it. Xow is the time to voice your views, so select your delegates edi'ly and help to make the Quebec Convention the greatest in the histoi-y of organ-i7,ed labor i,, Canada. Alphonse Verville, President, lames Simpson, Viee-Pi-es. P. sr. Draper, .Sec.-Treasurer A SUNDIAL FARMER AFTER A BIG (Special from |h� Herald's Travelling Correspondent.) Sundial, Aug. 6.--C. E. Ingram, of Sundial, has entered the Ptine Crop Contest ol the Cairpbell Soil Culture Co., who are offering $2,000.00 in cash priseH for big crops grown ac-oHt(> of the ir-rigiition cuniil of the South Alberta f/Aud Co. But Mr. Ingram heeds no irriiirttion. In July, 1008, he began taking CampbeU'.s Seientifio Farmer, and last summer .prepared two and a half actee according to Campbell's [dan of .scientific farming, and this -spring sowed it to alfalfa on May 15th. It had no irrigation and only tlu; ordinary rainfall. It was cut on to PREMIER WARD ON NAVAL DEFENCE London. Eng., Aug. 6.T-Sir Joseph Ward,, premier of New Zealand, -speaking at a luncheon today ten-1 dere consider all these points and evolve some final system which would be best in the interest of Empire. Last Chance 50c PAST MADAM Your Palm Read 50c PRESENt FUTURE DELMAR, T1i� Great Palmist FOR FAIR WEEK ONLY O-O-H-St-e AVhi.t'.s Here Make youi' children happy and ht'iilthy by. liberal }i"ifoil. The purpose of the harrowing alter the rain is to break the capillary tubes formed by the rain drops .soaking into the soil. After the graiTi e c TUESDAY,:^ AUGUST lOtbit^ - .rf.rj^^ THE AMEiyGAll dmfc WE ONES DAY,'AUGUST 11th The HEART OF KENTUCKY Neiw and Lively Specialties Between Acts Same popular prices 25e. 50c, 75c. Plan at Higioix>t);am'S It's always cool inthe Lyceum Tent Moving Pic turfs f^tka Advanced ' Vaudeville., 1. Sailtr'* SnreetiMart % Bear HiHiiv 3. Phifc Cart Race 8 o n q stock. The conserva tory orchestra wn� engaged forthfeoc Fit-Reform's Exhibition of FaB Suits is well worth a visit while you are in town. Latest styles, aewett patterns, finest weaves and Fit-Reform's masterly workmanship combine to make these suits everything that the most particular diesser wants. The suit you select will be fitted and leJKly (or you when you wani to leave :(or hone. Suits $15. $16. $20. $22� $25. $30 and $35. 74 � i,n 1-------------McKELVIE & McGUIRfi ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J J- Everything in season. |, ton; orchestri. wfl. engaged forthfeocj Sofe Agen f Lethbriil ;