Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

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) - February 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, February LETHBRIDGE BOARD OF TRADE BANQUET (Continued from front page) VOL.! LETHBBJPGE, ALTA.. FEBRUARY 9 1910 No. 18 1 I The annual presidential address given by C. G. K. Noursc, the presi- dent of the Board of Trade, was as follows: you are doubtless aware the City of Lethbridge has just passed through the most successful year iu Its history. That the citizens are proud of their city and the pro- gress madr during the year goes with- out saying. In every community the I are building up a magnificent city. Our own merchants are not so slow. When was passed around this fall to meet a possible deficit in our funds they responded to the ex- tent of over in one afternoon. 1 propose now to go briefly over SOJHO of the matters taken up by the Board during the year. Mail Service Numerous complaints have reached Hoard of Trade should be a potent fac- regarding inadequate mall deliv tor in the business life and we should eries at points on the Crow's Nes 'acillc Railway and the A. R. and I. Company, but, I am slad to say, that 10 serious difficulties of any kind lave arisen. The latter company las assisted us in many ways', all of which lias been duly acknowledged. Hie C. P. R. have always shown a disposition to listen and grant any reasonable demands we have made, and I am pleased to say they have shown us every consideration. On more than one occasion they have dlspatc'hed one of their officials to! confer with us on matters to whjch we had directed their attention. The only regret we have In our negotia- tions with the company is that we were unable to convince them that It would be to their interests to start the construction of the, Weyburn branch from this end during the com- Appointment N.M.TMK Km a strive to steer our course so that we' lino between here and Medicine I ig year. We still have hopes that may be of greater benefit to the city Picture of a man supposed to be busy. It's hard to say what he is doing but the chances are he's a competitor trying to locate the one man who doesn't smoke Buckeyes. P. S. Competition is strife to the man who doesn't come forth with the quality. Sn oke Buckeyes. BAD FIRE AT LONDON London, Ont., Feb. in the Granite block, north of the Grand Trunk depot, caused damage late Satuiday afternoon. Chief Aiken saw the smoke and an alarm was turned in but the department were blaze from [spreading some. Forsythe, Fraser Weir, fur dealers, where the fire or- iginated, lost everything with loss on stocK. H. T. Reason Co., stationery and paper boxes, suffered by fire anu water. McMahon, Granger and Co., dry goods, smoked. A. M. Smith Co., grocers, escap- d loss with a close call. Damage o.block .SCOTCH WHISKY The quality of Whisky is deter- mined by age and the materials in its production. Gilbey's Spey Royal is dUtilJed from pure barley malt in the good old Scotch way, and held over ten years in Government bond. Skipped and ruurutMd fcr W. A. CILBEY, of Scotch DEATH FROM HOT END OF A CIGAR Windsor, Feb. a direct re- sult oC placing the lighted end of a cigar in his mouth about two years ago, Frick Fox, president and man-1 ager of the Erie Tobacco Co., is dead. His mouth and his lips were severely burned at the time and a short time ater a cancer developed. Mr. Fox was 45 years old and came to Wind- sor from Leamington. He was the first person to recognize the growing importance of Essex tobacco industry and. established the first factory for each year. We can only do this by jj having the active services of the busi- ness men on the council of the Board or Trade and the hearty co-operation of the business men generally. Possibly if we were not all quite so j prosperous the Board of Trade, as a business man's Institution would be: popular and have a larger mem- bership. There are too many people n Lethbridge who are too well satis- fled with their prosperity and won't ;ive their services or financial sup- port to any organization having the welfare of the city as its aim. This city has a great future before it; there Is no limit to our possibili- ties, and I -would strongly urge all good citizens to give hearty support to such institutions as the Board of Trade and the Canadian Club.. The man vho has some grievance against tue Board of Trade should attend the meetings and let the people hear of them. If he doesn't get what he wants he will feel better for having unloaded his It Is a. pleasure tp record that in the forty odd meetings held during my occupancy of the chair, that we have never lacked a quorum. This desirable state of affairs is chiefly due to the suggestion made by one Hat. This matter was taken up with the C. P. R. and the government, and we believe the towns effected are now comparatively well satisfied with their service. Express Delivery. We were informed by the local Ex- press Agent a few mouths ago that company intended cutting down the limits of their express delivery. After some correspondence with the Company, and a visit from their Sup- erintendent, we succeeded in, not on- ly getting the limits extended to and London Roads, but the number of delivery wagons was increased. i Railways. We have had a large volume of correspondence with the Canadian Skin Diseases. hey will start construction work here f not this year, probably in 1911. On he other hand we owe the C. P. R. iur thanks for probably a more im- tortant work than the construction of he Weyburn Hue, I refer to the start- ng of the "Air line" to Calgary from his end. This work has been com- pleted and trains running as far as and the benefit to our in securing this trade merchants nacHi tuch M Sal lUfeeum, Ecnsma, Tetter Shinflw, Scurf, Itching Rashes Pimples, etc., are in Skin dueues, a rule, are fecfcrotu, but are unsightly, irritatini often terribly annoying to the iuf- ftercr; they depend mainly on bad blood from caUM or another, for if tin blooJ pure and circulation food BO akia of our' own members that the weekly' meeting of the council be held at noon and preceded by a twenty minute lunch. I am glad to say that very hearty support has been given our efforts during the year by the great majority of business men, but it is to the city council "we are chiefly indebted for any successful results we may have obtained. They have generously re- into chewing tobacco. the manufacture of home grown leaf sponded to our requests for toanclal assistance and as you are aware, without money little can be accom- plished by any Board of Trade. The city of Spokane we believe has the most progressive business man's or- ganization on this continent. It is not unusual for single firms there to contribute from ?500 to an nually to their institution and they Kingston Jamaica, Feb. is re- ported that the governor will ask the legislature for authority to arrange a subsidy, and if agreed upon, for im- proved steamship service Canada and Jamaica. between can txirt, except it ariae from Uci of proper etaualineM or from contagion. Te get rid of sicin dioeutt it ui necessary to obwrva strictly All the Utra of health, BuainUin regular action, of the bowels; high living, eating only plain nour- and blood pure by taking Burdock Blood Bitters, which unlocks all the accretions, and makes new rich blood by acting on entire tyitem, M 4 4 E. M. Myen, -f East Jeddore, 4- Hai writes don't Salt Rheum think there is anyone 4- Sii Years. 4- f 44 M4 should be considerable. The Company have also favored us co a very large extent by the er- ection of a monument to their pro- gressiveness here which has excited the admiration of the engineering world. I refer to the Lethbridge Via duct, which is the longest bridge o its height in the world. We en deavored to show our appreciation fo the large expenditure they had mad here by offering to arrange an offl cial opening of the bridge, but th company, with considerable modest} stated it was against their practice t make a demonstration of any kind o such an occasion. Publicity Building. During the year the Board of Trad has erected a Publicity Building o the square, which, we believe, serving an excellent purpose. Inadequate Hotel Accommodation. The hotel accommodation for visi- tors to the City was so taxed early in the year that the Board induced the City Council to provide accom- modation for the overflow in the pub- lia school building. While some com- plaints have been made because this was not a financial success, the board feels it accomplished all that was ask- ed of it. The situation is now reliev- Black t While D. 0. ROBLIX SOLE CANADIAN AGENT: TORONTO. in this Dominion can recommend Burdock Blood Bitters than I can. I iuffer- ed terribly with Salt Rheum for six years, and did everything for it without relief. For curiosity sake 1 bought six bottles oi Burdock Blood Bitters, and it completely ma. I would to wiii." Tor by aH. dealen. Manufactured ooiy by T. Hilbuxn Co., Limited, ed by the erection of additional hotel accommodation. Belly River. We have taken up with the Domin- ion Government the question of chang- ing the name of our river from the the question of widening Westminster Road north of the track. The Coun- cil declined to take any action at che time, but we understnd they are again considering the matter. Shortage of Fall Wheat Seed and Sub- Grain Inspector. We took up with the Dominion Gov- ernment the probable shortage in fall wheat for seed purposes, but were un- able to accomplish anything in this di- rection. We also carried on considerable cor- respondence with the Government re- garding the establishment of a deputy- grain inspector at this point, but so far accomplished nothing. The matter nowever, sboui'd not be allowed to drop Alberta Government Telephones, and Bridges. After the purchase of the telephone system by the Alberta Government we took up with them.the question of ex- 'Belly' to the 'Alberta.' We are giv- tensions in this district, and received en to understand the change will be a promise that lines would be built to- made as the Alberta government has given its consent. Westminster Road. 'We took up with the City Council Medicine Hat on the east and to- Coutts on the south. They were not able to carry out all of this (Continued on Page 7.) CITIZENS i Walker Jell is in your city and will stay till Saturday evening next. He is selling Monarch townsite. See him. NO.W'S YOUR CHANCE To make a good investment. Monarch is the centre of a large and rich Farming District and must grow rapidly. uy Monarch Lots from Mr. Jell ;