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: 14

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 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETrtKRlDGE PATLY HERALD y, August LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD biCIWM" fllftf br Th. Co., Lid., l.wful In nr.a, LithbrHl., Aimr.H, PHANII 1224 W. A. tUCHANAN Mmltlni Dlrtclor T; w. iMlInf JOHN T9RRANCI MiKHf f'HONt: Advtrtlilnf ClrcuUtitn And Job DAILY r .........H.Ofl 1 by mill I monthi months, by mill.........H-M I montbi l month, by u but flyin. OAILV HIBALD AT andrn Store. Co.; Co.; W. Hamilton. Vancouver, I. Pinch.r J. MltcfcM: Company D. L- McCrti. MJnneapollr-Brown Brown, Street L- DUmand CUy Drui Co. V Dnic Book -Jamleson News Company.... w _. Fern'le 0. Bsal: -e am 5 RlVeraWe Avenue. P.. WBEK'LY-HMALO I year In (1-60 moatlis in advance B0c- 6 months in advance T.HE frc Bring Farmer and Harvester Together HARVESTERS-brought farmer in ueed of the east do not to be There eded handled systematically. ;-la no doubt that harvesters are Vliut when they reach a station they J'liave -the greatest diflicuUy in getting 'in touch" with .the'farmers wbo are (looking for help. That is the case in Lethbridge at jariy rate. It has been drawn to our .'attention that a number of harvesters 'reached here from the this week they were like lost sheep. They not locate any person who could work. It loo'ks as though the Canad- ian PfcuiRc Railway should look after these men whom they bring out here. They should let farmers know ahead of 'time wheii 4he harvesters are to be expected so'that they could come into city and secure the help they require.-' As !t'is now the farmers do not know when the harvesters are coining and >toe harvesters them- not know where they are go- object should be to bring ttie farmer and the harvester together.; The Car'Hijbit foroign couivtTlos for'mhlnlalnlrig mu- tually satisfactory relations between eiupJoyers. and employees.. Tho' methods-of tivoldliig'or adjust- ing Inbor disputes through peaceful and conciliatory mediation and nego- tiations. Tho scope, methods, and resources of flslsti'iig bureaus of lal'or and pos- sible ways of Increasing their useful- ness. The question of smuggling or other Illegal entry of.Asiatics into the 'Unit- ed Slates or its Insular possessions. Tin- underlying cause of.-dissatis- faction in the industrial Bltutitlon. Tho commission will be re-tiuivcd to submit Its later than] throe years'fi-oin the tlnio llio president.. H Is HSU cd Mhta'l.wlli iilyo.-U, ample tlm that more reipect should be urged in observance of ihe entrance exit means, and-if this was vigorously enforced it would meet with the ap- proval of. -the regular car-travellers we hope will come- about when .the system if thoroughly organized. A Good Man is not Without Honor IT HAS BEEN customarj to style the present age a materialistic one. If we are to believe certain preachers and writers We appear to ,have lost in a great measure the faith :io spiritual things-which characterized our ancestors. The falling off in church attendance is regarded as a falling from grace, and an outward and visible sign of a change iu men's f-aeiings and thoughts concerning things which should be of moment to them, The true inwardness is mis- judged because the outward show does not measure up to 'what are con- sidered earmarks by which the same E'h'ould he reckoned. From a superficial point of view, this arraignment of modern humanity ,.iriay appear justifiable, but the prea- .ent instance shows that it is a' mis- 'take to judge by outward semblance alone. The instance, which stands out forcibly and prominently in this pres- ent is the universal homage ten- dered to the memory of the late Gen- eral Booth. In spite of its apparent levity and laxity regarding higher things the civilized world conclusively today that It respects .anil ap- preciates thoso ideals which, working through spiritual agencies] go to the elevating of humanity. The faith is in ..carrying put the greatest mission of iije.ajes towards its greatest sue cess h'aa received a tribute which, In Its iiniyfersalityi has far exceeded thai tendered those who have earned dls Unction In. the" deeds which they par- have wrought. From King-Epiperor and President have flowed eulogies in acknowledg- ment' of :what the. late 'head of the StlvaUoq. Army has accomplished and those have been supplemented by the rank and Ale among the nations Thronging round his in one eridJeBi stream, have paused men ami rwpnj'en. of 'all grades of society testifying to -the fact that the world .stfll- honors a. good man. It is not the man as .his deeds 'which have drawn 'this homage, and it is a sign of bhe times that, though formal ity hag possibly greatly disappeared, yet the recpgpitlon ihe ideals' which Christianity, has preached is still amongst It .Is1 good for UIB work] .that it should be go, and whatever of mater- ial good] tho late commander, of the Salvation Army has worked, ho will have to the balance of. his credit that he has signalized the fact that the faith. our fathers is still amongst us, though here, and the leader who used it In different fashion. may express the same UNITED STATES .will spent J. in trying to bring about a better understanding -between labor and capital. A commission nine, comprising three representatives of capitnK three of labor, probably one settlement worker, a member of the Senate and a member of the Iloiioe uf Represuiiiatives, will be'ap- pointed with extensive, powers (o ther evidence and delve into the whole problem. The members of the com- mission and ilg employees are author- (zed to travel in or outside of: the United States to'got the information they deem necessary. The commission .is specifically or- dered to investigate: The 'general condition 'oi'lah'or li Labor and Capita] Including in those the principal Industries, agriculture, and especially carried on in corporate forms. The existing relations between em- ployers and employees. The effect of industrial conditions on public'welfare and the rights and; po'werB the community to deal therewith. The conditions of sanitation and safety of employees and tho provisions for protecting thfcir lives, limbs, and health. The growth of Associations of em- ployers! and wage earners and the effect pf such'; associations upon the relations hftween. employers and em- ployees. The methods tried in'any state of William Randolph Hearst is oegiu- niiig Woodrow Wilson's candidature, though after .the Democratic nomination he promised the support of all his papers .to the nominee. There Js no question 'hat the Hearst papers are.a power with a certain element in the United frpe.froi In that live stock parade at' the fail on Thursday.all the nil ls were to-bu seen, and also the prize-winning officials. Leading the procession President Adams and Manager McNicol drawn by the-form er's fine team .of -The whole outfit was worthy of -the best- prize to given. The two officers worked hard- and earnestly for the fair's sue- Regiua" hail a disaster as everybody knows. A deputation went to Ottawa coking Dorainion aid so that the city could be rebuilt. It should have been a matter absolutely free from parti- sanship. Yet we find the Moose -law Times, .a Tory paper, making this comment: 'The Kegina deputation .that went to Ottawa to get worth of bacon seems to be com- ing home empty-handed. Hard hick -for thejn, but they should have sufficient knowledge, 'of -the .world to know such large quintuies ot meat onlj go to the good boys Could be more picayune; than such. as that. Iti some papers will go the dead are not 'in Ipei; :r "mcaii comments BETWIXT AND BETWEEN The. old burg did the grand this week. Ip fact we., came out so strong that in .the ages to come the poor unfortunates who inhabit this A ill be ughtjfor it ib what the supe Intendenc himself ordered If it i n right their v, ill go ifter the su erintendent. In the meantime we ca part of the teiresml ball will look ghe him the only aid possible back into ihe archives of the then that is not to grouse because we can great and glorious city, and point to Fair week, 1912, as -the biggest time ever. We have cast off knee breeches and put on long: pants. That trausi tlon is a great every 'boy. He swells up to the bursting point Rhen that period of bis life arrives, and be lleves that the sun rises and set with special attention-tov bis'own die tates. So it is with our own little icity We no longer, .walk, only sometimes We ride on OUT own street cars, when running. When they are not running we Walk as of yore, and cuss softly the companj which panned of! on .our unsuspecting street car 'boss a )unk machine which must have done service about the time Noah came out of the ark, Nobody with a little common sense stored awaj in their think emporiums s blaming Superintendent .Reid for he accident which closed off the works for a few days. He did all that coiild he expected of him, and no man do more. He'may have done Ittle more than "most of us would mder tho .circumstances, for he work- d a fe'w nights .without sleep in order hat we might, come put in our glad acs to the to the (air ust what a 'fine placo Lethbridge eally is wakes up to the oc- asfon, f So we had a and street cars !1 in one waek week rnaj ave neither. We do not expect the air. It has been such a shining sue- ess that we can rest on our laurels or a year for the tan's comfort, we'll have them just s soon as we get them, and we'll g-et lem'just about as soon as it is, pos- ible to get the necessary apparatus ere. And next time the apparatus have 'what.- wer want -when'we want if "a street car. We'i time anyway Althoiigh "police matters these da are what the learned friends woul call "sub it is hard to pas this week by calling tho a tentiou of the unsuspecting public t the fact that Lethbridge has had on of the rottenest weeks in its hietor from a police standpoint. That is no saying that the police officers on diit did not do all 'they possibly could <1 under the circumstances, but the ci cumstances werft nnf. too rosy. Ther was one of tlie finest aggregation c tin horns and their flossy friends I the citj during the week which foregathered, in this neck of th .woods. They did about as they pleas ed. which would not hayo. been 'th ease a year'ago. This is not a boos for but just a gentle remind er to the fathers of the fair city, t lose no time in getting a police fore on the map-again as soon as it ma; be convenient. And talking of police matters, w are just going1'to transgress from th straight.and narrow path long enougl to say that it would be a stroke o legislation a Gladstone him self if someone could evolve some quiet scheme .which would. police .department out, from alderman ic authority.. Jt is time a halt ind get the police department'unde the protecting 'wing of a police com mission. An .ounce of prevention worth sixteen ounces of investigation seven .days In: the week. A couple oC. weeks ago British Co iumhia was invaded by? a crowd .of stern, hard-headed business SPECIAL OFFER for School Opening A BHi 13ALLOOX (UY13N TO EVERY PUPTL 'Purchasing school supplies to the amount of I5c or more. Our school supplies is very large and represents big value in every line. "Conic in ant! let us show; you what we hav DON'T your school supplies 'ftt the IIcJ Crrias nrui get a Big Walloon free of cost, Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. PHONE THIRD SOUTH. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 tollS Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 THE OiAPEST LQIS ON THE MAgKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeitti _ MONEY TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL KIN.DS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR-ANCE -.OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C. P. R. Agents Phone 1343 When they, are home. When they are the} cast off their stern coun tenances, and went in for a good time They were the editors ot the Alberta and Eastern .British Columbia Press Association, each the ruler of a smal but important part of the in his own mind. They had with them one gentleman who held down the job of secretary This particular scion of. newspaper- dom. and hard work, prides himseJf on his wonderful voice, which puts Thor, the god oE thunder, in. the shade. While the party was standing1 on the Divide at Crow's Nest, the secretary walked across from B. C. into-Albert a'. Going back he said to the engineer of their train: "I "was just over in God'B country, The engineer belongs in the.coast province, and stuck up for it a little man, "You're in God's .country was the tart reply 'No I'm not; you're B. C.; we're living in A. D. B. .C. can never 'be Qod's country so long as Alberta Is on the map. They didn't fight about it, their friends led. them away, CANADIAN PACIFIC "The Stampede" Ki on fie i Days Cole- hialion, Caigaiy, Alberta Sept. SINGLE FAKE Foi Ihe Hound Trip Going Aug. 81 to Kept (ith. filial Return liniil, .Sept em her 1912. Apply to local ngciit. for iickeia. R. G. McNeijIlc, District Paisenger Agent. Culgary, BRITISH GUARANTEE COMPANY A UTHORIZED TO ACT AS 'ADMINISTRATOR, TRUSTEE, ASSIGNEE, GUARDIAN ,OF INFANTS, ETC., ETC. Investment of Funds In Mortgages lor clients; andCpllection of and Agreement special attention. ALL'MANNER OF AGENCY BUSINESS TRANSACTED FIRE, .ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, ETC., INSURANCE 'Call or'Write for information. Coriybeare Block Uthbrldge, Alta We'are J. S. Haxton The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co., Ltd. 'Beg to iuiiioiuico tliat llie.v have oponcd [jcr- find show rooms in :J- V The Hull Block Third Avenue (Gronml Floor) '.desirous of using- the -gas may .'make'. application there Cor same.' As the time short .between now aniMall. Mjtplica- (ions .should .siihinitied early lo ensure attention. vV line (if iinlural .u'n.s and (il oihexhiliiiion. f 1 ;