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: 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

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge PaOy Herald. Friday. August 3 TO room house and stable, one block from Gait Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant. FOE modern dwelling and 3 lots, Bartlett St., a snap. Two good 5 room cottages on Baehel St., water and electric light in both. each. Terms easy. Each lot has 36 feet frontage. ots and a large assortment of good modemhouses 7 room modern house close in'on London Eoad, Easy terms. close in, Easy-terms, lots in Block 6 Norman St., each, easy terms. This is a SNAP Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Letfibridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver For the past five years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. "We notvr offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and at right prices. We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta tested and wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through but we have finally selected several vari- eties that will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (best of make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you. a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS'THE TIME TO PLANT when done right We instruct you. No trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now while you think of it. MIRfiOR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA Grade cattle heifer, 1 year old, is Kichard Brown. Swim Boar, any breed, 9 months or over 1st, Holland Farm; 2nd, E. Seaman 3rd, Holland Farm. Sow, any breed, 9 months or over 1st, Holland Farm; 2m1., Holland Farm. hog, any breed, 1st, T. C Milnes. Pair spring T. -C. Milnes; Holland -Farm Best sow, under six mouths, 1st, T. C. Milnes; 2nd, Holland Farm. Poultry Leghorn cock and 2 hens, 1st, Eric Moffatt; 2ml, J. W. Barrett. Plymouth Rock, barred, cock and 2 hens, 1st, W. T. Rigby; 2nd, W. H. Kingsley. Langshan, cock and 2 hens, 1st, J. J. Salmons; 2nd, Jas. Blair. Game cock and 2 hens, 1st, H. L. Bammons. Buff Orpington, cock and 2 hens, 1st, Dr. C. R. Learn; 2nd J. W. Mc- Dougall. Wheat, fall sheaf, 1st, W. .F. Cook 2nd, E. S. Seamen. Oat sheaf, 1st, E. S'. Seaman. Barley, 1st, J. A. Gaudin; 2nd, A Mutton. Oats, white, 1st, J. P. >Strang Sons; 2nd, E. S. Seaman. Alfalfa clover, 1st, Ed. Eddy. Bromie grass seed, 1st, J. O. >White Special for wheat wreath exhibit B. Olmstad. House Plants Best Fuchsia, 1st, Mrs. John Miller; 2nd, Mrs. J. W. Barrett: Best Begonia, 1st, Mrs. John Miller; 2nd, Mrs. J. W. Barrett. Best Geranium, 1st, Mrs. John Mill- er; 2nd, Mrs. John Miller. 'Best Fern, 1st, Mrs. J. W. Barrett; nd, Mrs. J.' W. Barrett. Best plant of any. variety, 1st, Mrs. ohn Miller; 2nd, Mrs. J. W. Barrett. Best collection of house plants, 1st, Ars. John Miller. Best collection of cut flowers, 1st, W. Frost adies' Work Home Manufactures Pair of socks or stockings knitted, Rhode island Rock, cock and 2 hens, S' 2nd' PRIZE LIST OF CLARESHOLM AGRICULTURAL FAIR 1910 Eddy, Jr. 1st, Jas. Blair; 2nd, Jas. Blair. Hamburg cock and 2 hens, 1st, Jas. Blair. Best coop of spring chickens, any 'breed, 1st, -W. T. Rigby; 2nd, J. Salmon. Pair of geese, over one year, 1st, E. W. Frost. Pair of goslings, 1st, E. W. Frost. Pair of turkeys, over one year, 1st, Fred Anderson: 2nd. Mrs. J. W. Walk-. T er jJ. F. Miller. Pair of turkeys, under one year, 1st, Mrs. J. W. Walker; 2nd, Gerald Mc- Clean. Pair of ducks, over one year, 1st, Pair of mitts' knitted, 1st. Mrs. L. W. Davis; 2nd, Mrs. S. Fergueson. Silk embroidered centre piece on linen, 1st, Mrs. W. T. Rigby; 2nd, Mrs.'H. Tilden. Crochet work in wool, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden; 2nd, Miss A. M. Hall. Crochet work in. cotton, 1st, Mrs. S. Fergueson: 2nd, Mrs. N. Peterson. Mountmellick embroidery, 1st, Mrs. Fancy home-made picture frame, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden; 2nd; Mrs. M. Fish- Horses Clydesdale stallion, 4 years and over, 1st, S. T. MarbAall; 2nd, Leeds Elliot Clydesdale stallion. 2 years old, 1st, Eddy Bros. Percheron stallion, 4 years and ov- er, 1st, F. E. Gibson. -Heavy draft brood mare, foal at foot, 1st, Th'os. S. Carey; 2nd, Rich- ard Brown; 3rd Leu Palmer. General purpose mare or gelding, 2 years old, 1st, Richard Brown; 2nd, Maurice Wall. General purpose team to wagon, 1st C. E. Tillotson; 2nd J. A. Gaudin; 3rd. F. A. Wobick. Standard bred stallion., 3 years and over, 1st. Joseph Regnier; 2nd, C. E. Tillotson, Yearling, sired by Standard (1st, C. 0. Galde. son. Heavy draft mare, in Hackney stallion, 1st. Fred Ander- Kichard Brown; 2nd Leu Palmer; 3rd, E. W. Frost. Heavy draft filly or gelding, 2 Roadster, 3 year old, 1st, J. T. Worth. years old, 1st, Leu Palmer; 2nd, Ed.! Single driver, over 15-2, 1st, W. H. Strangways. Kingsley; 2nd, Dr. B. F. Steeves. Heavy draft mare or gelding, any! Single driver, under 15-2, 1st, Eric age, 1st, E. W. Frost; 2nd, E. W. Mofatt; 2nd J. T. North. -b'rost; 3rd, F. W, Elliott Team, 15-2 and under, 1st, E. C. L. Heavy draft team to wagon, not McCombe. less than 3000 Ibs., 1st, E. W. Frost; Saddle horse, over 14-2, 1st, Dr. C. 2nd, Fred Anderson; 3rd, R. E. Dris- Learn; 2nd, E. -W. Frost fcell. Saddle pony, under 14-2, 1st. F. W. Agricultural brood mare, foal at -root, 1st, S. T. Marshall; 2nd, Rich- ard Brows; 3rd, Donald Agricultural mare, in Mrs. Sharpies; 2nd, W. T.'Rigby; 3rd' Donald Campbell, Agricultural yearling, 1st, Thos. S. Carey; 2nd, A. Berg. Agricultural 2 year 1st, J. P. Strang Sons; 2nd, John'Robertson; 3rd, Donald Campbell. Agricultural 3 year old, 1st, Gust Benson. Agricultural team to wagon, not Mrs. F. W. Elliot; 2nd, Ed. Strang- ways.. Pair of ducks, under one year, 1st, Mrs. F. W. Elliot; 2nd, J. Babutt Pair of pigeons, aged, any breed. 1st, Mrs. Fred Anderson; 2nd. J. W. Barrett. Pair of pigeons, young, 'any breed, 1st, Mrs. Fred Anderson; 2nd. Mrs. J. W, Barrett. Best dozen hen eggs, 1st, W. T. Higby; 2nd, J. W. Barrett. Field Roots 1-2 bushel best.pink potatoes, any variety, 1st, Richard Brown. Swede Turnips, 1st, L. W. Davis; 2nd, A. King. Garden Vegetables Six long red carrots, 1st, Hart. Mary less than 2600 Ibs., 1st, J. A. Gaudin; 2nd, J. A. Gaudin; 3rd, Leu Palmer. General purpose mare or gelding, over three years, 1st. J. A. Gaudin; 2nd, Mary General purpose mare or gelding. 3 years old, 1st, Maurice Wall, Farmers' saddle horse, E. W. Frost j 2nd, F. W, Elliot Cattle Hereford cow with calf at foot, 1st, H. P. Bell. Any dairy ibreed, pure bred bull calf, j 1st, W. T. Rigby; 2nd, OSI. Taitinger. Grade cattle milch cow, .3 years or over, 1st, C. S. McCallum. 2nd, W. T. Rigby. Grade (fettle heifer, 2 years old, 1st, W. T. Rigby. Grade cattle heifer calf, 1st, W. T. Rigby; 2nd, N. Taitinger. Grade cattle (beef breed) cow. 3 years or over, for, breeding purposes, 1st, Richard Brown; Mrs. Sharpies. Grade cattle heifer, 2 years old, 1st. J. W. Barrett Six intermediate carrots, 1st, Mary Hart. Six short carrots, 1st, P. E. Hood; 2nd, A. King. 12 red onions, 1st, Mrs. J. W. Walk- er; 2nd, A. King. 12 yellow Mrs. J. W. Walker. 6 roots chicory, 1st, A. King; 2nd, A King. 6 turnip beets, 1st P. E. Hood; 2nd, Mrs. J. W. Walker. 6 long blood -beets, 1st. Mary Hart 6 ripe tomatoes, 1st, S. Wyatt. Peck green tomatoes, 1st, Leu Pfef- ferle. 2 citrons, 1st, Mrs. J. w. Walker. 2 heads conical cabbage, 1st, Mrs. J. W. Walker; 2nd, Leu Pfefferle. 2 heads flat cabbage, 1st, E. W. Frost. Kohl Rabi, 1st., A. King. 2 heads cauliflower, 1st, E. W. Frost j 2 bunches cut parsley, 1st, A. King.! er. Fancy pin cushion, 1st. Mrs. W. T. Kigby; 2nd, Mrs. H. Tilden. Fancy work basket, 1st, Mrs. H. Til- den; 2nd, Mrs. J. F. Miller. Ladies' wool slippers, 1st, Mrs. Ger- ald MeClean; 2nd, Mrs. W. G. John- ston. Silk embroidery on felt, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden: 2nd, Mrs. S. Fergueson. Set pillow shams; 1st, Mrs. S. Fer- 2nd, Mrs. S. T. Marshall. Toilet set, 1st, Mrs. F. W. -Elliot: 2nd, Ilia Gaudin. Tea cozy, 1st, Mrs. Sharpies; 2nd, Mrs. H. Tilden. Sofa cushion, embroidered. 1st, Mrs. H. W. Brownlee; 2nd, Mrs. W. T. Rigby. Sofa cushion, any other kind, 1st, Mrs. L Jansen; 2nd, Mrs, H. W. JSrownlee. Drrawn thread work on. linen, 1st, Mrs. Fisher; 2nd, Mrs. J.W. Barrett Patting collection, 1st, Mrs. E. W. Frost; 2nd, Mrs. J. A. Gaudin, Point lace, 1st, Mrs. J. F. Miller 2nd, Mrs. M. Fisher. Rag rug, 1st, Mrs. S. Fergueson nd, Mrs. J. A.. Gaudin. Home made quilt, silk, 1st, Mrs. Le flowers, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden; 2nd, Mrs.) I Jansen. Plain hand sewing, 1st. Miss Kunst Teberiffe work, 1st, Miss F. Elliott. Embroidery not mentioned, 1st, Mrs. I. Jansen; 2nd, Mrs. J. W. Walker. Applique work, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden. Cross stitch work, 1st, Mrs. J. F. Mill- er; 2nd, Mrs. S. Fergueson. Crochet baby's jacket, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden; 2nd, Mrs. Lebow. Crochet baby's shoes, 1st, Miss S. Gaudin. Miscellaneous Largest collection of gopher 1, S. T. Marshall. Collection of H. W. -tsrownlee; 2, Carl Milnes. H. W. Brownlee; 2, ''arl Milnes. Collection of C. Milnes. Collection of snap M. Isher; 2, Miss F. Elliott Map drawing of Western Miss S. Gaudin. Composition, 'The Raising of wheat' Miss S. Gaudin. Drawing (any domestic Miss E. A. Camies; 2, Miss -F. Elliott. Penmanship, grade Lome din; 2, Miss Pearl Mosley. Penmanship, grade Ashley Gaudin; 2, Miss Pearl "Mosley. Penmanship, grade Miss 'S. Gaudin; 2, Miss Pearl Mosley. Penmanship, grade Miss F. Elliott. Special By J. McAlpiae and Jas. Robbie for best Clyde colt foaled in W. T. Rigby. By J. Robbie for best get of 'Proud W. T. Rigby. Best single driver, driven 1, Mrs. Eric Moffatt; 2, Miss Gaudin. Best team driven Miss Strangway. i Special Attention! Ckarles H. Kerr, Auctioneer Having received instructions from sev- eral owners of city property, will sell :by public auction at a later date, several parcels of splendid city property. Other entries invited. Particulars and terms, apply to The Golden West Realty Co. CKABB STREET Phone 623. J.B.Wilkie P.O. Box DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression, is the time to invest. We can buy PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to sell cheaper and give you the benefit. DO YOU KNOW we are selling on the easiest terms. We will wait until the land produces the-money and pays for itself Several good places in Cardston and KimbaU. districts. Plenty of rain WE BUY.LAND FOR CASH-If you need money come and see us We have a plan that will interest you. see. us. -WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LIST WITH US. Whitney Block Lethbridjfe bow; 2nd, Miss V. N. Strangway. Home made quilt, 1st, Mrs. J W. Barrett; 2nd, Miss A. M. Hall. Home made quilt, cotton, 1st, Mrs. S. Fergueson; 2nd. Mrs. J. W. Bar- rett Dinner mats, crochet, 1st, Mrs. W. G. Johnston; 2nd, Mrs. Lebow. Ornamental lamp shade, 1st, Mrs. H. Tilden. Stencil work. 1st, Mrs. h. Tilden. Best collection of fancy work. 1st. Mrs. Tilden: 2nd, Mrs. W. T. Rigby. Bed quilt. 1st, Mrs. 0. Nelson: 2nd. Mrs. P. T. Gibbie. Any ornamental creation, 1st. Mrs. em of Tfiirst TJie Probl rv4-w V What to drink is the question. You want something cold, to be sure, but you want it to be wholesome as well. Ice water shocks the stomach and retards digestion. Sweetened chemical mixtures are not conducive to health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER !S THE ANSWER. Here is a beverage that is satisfying and beneficial. There is something more to it than wetness and coolness. It is a sustaining drink. It refreshes you and you stay refreshed. Call for LETHBRIDGE beer. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 664. 6 ears sugar corn. 1st, J. F. McDou-iH. Tilden: 2nd, Mrs. J. F. Miller. llL Sideboard scarf, 1st, Mrs. W. C. j 2 quarts peas in pods. 1st. Mrs. J. i Aimer; 2nd Mrs H Tilden Walker: 2nd. P. E. Hood. Tea clotbf lst< Mrs. ,T. R Mfller. 2 quarts broad beans, 1st, P. E. i 2nd. Mrs. W. T. Risrby. Best delivery M. Fisher.' By C. S. Hotchkiss for best farm- ers' A. E. Hunter. Best range Mrs. -Sharpies; 2, F. W. Elliott. Best boy rider, 14 or A. Gaudin; 2, Allan Sharpies. Best girl rider under Miss Walker." Best lady rider over 16 1, Miss Diemert. Best lady rider over 16 (side sad- Miss McDonald. Best string of horses shown on the J. A. Gaudin: 2, E.W. Frost Best four horse turn J. A. Gaudin; 2, E. W, Frost. Best two aorse turn E. Frost Best iierd of W. T. Rigby. Best four beef steers (by Price E. W. Frost; 2, Mrs. Sharpies. CARDSTON NEWS Hood: 2nd, Florence Elliot. 3 heads of lettuce. 2nd. Mary Hart. 2 quarts string beans, 1st, Mrs. J. W. Walker; 2nd. Mary Hart. Collection of pot and sweet herbs, 2nd. A. King. Dairy Products Crock or nutter, 10 Ibs, 1st! Ed. Strangway: 2nd, Mrs. N. Peterson. 1 FD. roll or print. 1st, J. L. Salmon. Domestic Products Cultivated fruits and jellies, 1st. Ed. Strangway; 2nd. Mrs. W. T. Rig-' by. Cultivated fruits and preserves, 1st. Mrs. W. G. Johnston; 2nd, Mrs. Ed. Strangway. Loaf white bread, 1st, P. E. Hood; 2nd, J. F. McDougall. Loaf brown bread, 1st, Mrs. S. Fer- gueson; 2nd, Mrs. Gerald McCIean. Grain and Grasses Wheat, spring, red fife, 1st, J. 0. White. Wheat, spring, white fife, 1st, J. F. McDougall. Wheat, spring, any variety, 1st, J. F. McDougall; 2nd, E. S. Seaman. Wheat, fall, Alberta red, 1st, E. S. Seaman. 2nd, J. F; Wheat, fall, any variety, 1st, E. S. J. F. McDougall. Wheat, spring sheaf, 1st, J. W. Harrert; 2nd, Ed. Strangway. Bed spread, 1st, Mrs. E. W. Frost; 2nd, Mrs. S. Ferguson. Fancy apron. 1st. Mrs. Shearer, 2nd. Mrs. L. W, Davis. Wood carving, st, Mrs. F. W. Elliott J Burnt wood work, 1st, Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Miller; 2nd. Mrs. I. Jansen. Painting on satin or velvet, 1st. Mrs. S. Fergueson; 2nd, Mrs. M. Fisher. Best oil painting of any kind, Isr, Mrs. W. G. Johnston; 2nd, Mrs. M. Fisher. Best collection of pressed wild HATES' oo original Plymouth Big Threshing Outfit From Claresholm-Back From New Zealand-Other Items Cardston, Aug. 17. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rice, of Spring Coulee, after a lingering llness due to a disease somewhat irevalent this summer among all at he home of Mr, and Mrs. Win. Shef- leld in Cardston. The parents have been here with the child for several weeks in order to get medical aid. The funeral was held yesterday at the Sheffield home, the Rev. Mr. White- mail officiating. Kinder friends could not be found in such circumstances than Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield, and all that could be done by the human skill available, was done for the suf- fering little one. All will sympathize with the bereaved parents who re- turned to Spring Coulee last even- ing. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Go. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eacli situated north of the tracJk The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. The storm of Monday gave time for people to get into town for business and to prepare for threshing. Several outfits are starting up today. Threshing Outfit From Ciaresholm we have the big- jest threshing combination that ever came into this district. Mr. Riley Rice has his big California engine, I vertical boiler and large separator 'here -with all the hands necessary for stock threshing. They begin on the farm of u. E. Bates today and will doubtless make a record here, as the grain is good and straw short. Mr. Rice states he can thresh from to bushels per day accord ing to the conditions. His pries is the lowest yet. quoted here for stookj threshing, namely, seven cents per turned to his old home this week in ihe person of Wilford Woolf. Some- near three years have elapsed ;ince Mr. Woolf departed for New Zealand where he had been editing the journal of the Latter Day Saints mission at that point. For several seasons he was with us as assistant principal in our school here, and was also engaged at Magrath as he holds a first class professional certificate. The people of Cardston are and all. be, pleased to welcome him! REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands.' R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block bushel. We trust he will have to do as his price is right. plenty home again, as he is one of our lead- ing young men whom, his past three years' experience will have doubtless made a much more valuable citizen through the wider experience gained. May he remain with us. Personal Mention Thos. H. Woolford is suffering from an, attack of quinsy as a result of a recent fishing trip. Mr. Wooiford ex- presses his opinion that he prefers to let the other fellow do the angling hereafter. We trust he may soon be around again. j The Lethbridge Fair depopulated) the tented villages at the lakes, but' the people are again wending their way westward. Mr. Lee took up a party yesterday. Messrs. Mulloy and Jackson, of the Bank Of Montreal and Union Bank re- Fire Insurance Real Estate City and Farm Loans The I Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. vuu. VJU.1UJJI OcLUttt One of Cardston's able sons has re-J sportively, arc at tneir posts again REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;