Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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
Previous Edition:

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRTBGE DAILY HERALD .LETH- NAY >JOW HAVE fUJ.' HAIR ALU "FIRST CLASS -.DRUGGISTS' SELL ;8ALVIA AND -.-QUA, rV ANTEE If TO GROW HAIR, OR REFUND YOUR Ynur drugjsfBt.ia bivchori up by jrianunitHuroM of Uio brdat" Hjiir "Qj'awer.' Iv" ia guarantees. to gvow SAT'VIA 'faatrayt dandruff In lerv-dayH- 1 ..''The roots or the htilr ,'aro BO nourUhei- tiod- .a new crop -.or- half -ujv.to Iho aiYiHKQnient and delight -of the After. V1W- tiaff Is made soft fluffy.' JJlre-'fill American- prnpavaUpuE. BAUVlA is dulntUj- .It IB liard to lind an actress who not use KAh- YIA -I-v.diiin of society and influ- ence no othnr, SALVIA is a non -sticky pro- panUion, and is the ladies' fav- orite. "A tnrgo generous IjoUIc gO 'cents, Kor at Hlgta- ViOiliftm'B Drug Slots. SONS OF, ENGLAND. x DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME" TREATM ENT Tim. .ORIUNK. treatment for the jlrlnlc Habit, can hs used with abficv- lulo .confirtonco. U-deatroj'R all desiro for whiskey, beer or otnpr alcoholic stimulant Thousands' havo SUCCORS- fuTiy.-used .It and bavo boon 'restored to lives -of sobriety ami ueefillness. Ctin secretly. Costs only per box. If you fail to get voeult-s from OftRlN'H after a trial, your niaiiey for hootcret'teHlTi? all about ORIUNE 6OME; '.CONDITIONS REVEALED RECENT. ATTACK ON' ,j- BRITISH' PREMIER uucrEtna ton-, yoflidon-s in the The hpmjuct Wire tho lar nrdlo ot the-Daughters Maids ;of..KtiglanU, who Umlertnok to look that most" (luportant'feature "of tho Is von ing's emonnlrijiiepi. Weeded a look jilqnkeil faces of the' bRnnuelterB to know that 'the lad- I !os.had.done Ute.tr part'nobly. 'D. 11. Kltoti occupied. Hie proud "host" .His sparkling--wit two o'clock-in the mqrntiig arrived lie- forfl the assembly realized Jt. Seaiud with him at the head of tbe table were th'ti guests of honor 'together [with P. T, Robins. P.G.P.. D.iy. .Q. A, lluctianatt, Slcwart, Mayor D. L. Hnitlle, ami C. IVCE, Presi- dent of the Hoard of T_i-Bfj3. Tlio of thp evening all ssi- te red Into the spirit ot-thfl occasion. The addresses were; brief, but ali lad- en with tho one tlieijie suitable at such a gathering' lUo j-reatntSE of the BrJ- tish ICmplre, and tho pvoud position cji Canada and Canadians hi dial galaxy of natlona, The Growth of the Lodgo "HlR -Majesty lhe> was duly toasted, whereupon, the "Supreme Ixxlgo" toast was- dtuuk ns beiny ne.vt In order. To ihfs hou. or guests of the evening replied. Supreme President Miller .was in a reminiscent Jnaod. He liod-tjoiiiethiiig1 to be Teaitniscout u'buul, for' he had liai'elied through" "Western Canada twenty-three i'ears ago. Ho'-liad viait- ed Lelhbridge then. Tt wan. a spot tm the ir.on, and .'was. on ihe K- llnie-inblpR. But lhu too big a n ad vev- Usemtnt for the 'taupe, so any actions posUiort iind, I whose work is one of rockfi on which the been built. An Ideal Mr. Carter, who is 73 years of age proved hy hie address lhal he tbe right stuff to make any society loved and cherished. His .yreai sage to the Sons of Engtantf in the Wost is to aim at tho high principles of tho order. Do something every day foi- somebody else. There ts sunie- ihlng greater than material greatnese The naiion la as its people, Tbe So clcty to make Canadians good Briitshcrs. Gocd Car.adtanB, gooii Brl- (Ishere, will be those follotv- llic prccejits ot Hie lodge "Love tlin broUi along this Hue Uavo bean avoided. Of course, -.Mr. AsqttlLh could take out u Bummons for sisaanll, but as ho Would havn to apnoar na a witness in a police court and would be subject to crosS'Cxamlimiion, there is no fibility of his (ating this step. The outcome, especially IT there apjie.-irs nny of repetition of the dis- ordoi, is libely to Le the closing .of j Hie strangers' gallery, as WAS done last erhood. fear houor King." Another Step In replying to the'tonsl, "The flmi Lodge of.Alberta." Fast Grand Tres dent Fred ,Ti, Robins outlined the hi lory of" the .fci-mat'on of the. lodge aj'o .a. nieating of 'delt gate's Of Alberta lodges" ft'as, called' irj Itcd Dto'r. At thai time there 'were grand lodges (n tho order.1 They at -ihn'meeting that there should be, and'ajipUeri. for -a naught, 'n Caiifirla was" ohr. of n I result slock suffers.-. The hall-breeds jol the Hudson's Hay conijiauy. There is a big influx ol si-ttlers into the up- per Poai'c Hiver country this season ami all (he sleamer.s arc crmvrfed. ,Vr. Law rence and liis party were 10 days on tiie way from the north to this city. Three days were, spent on the' Kivcv Trnrting com- pany's boat on Ihe jeiiiney liy tho Veace river from Kori Vermillitm to Peace Rivor From' the Crossing ilie party travelled by Mr. drmncrat ivagon antl team tiriontla and over your Loss Jof hair, call youi1 local i.'iml purchnse boUJe of Xewbra'e H in the first and original remedy, guaranteed to kill dandruff, stop itch- ing and check falling- hair. Yon can suvo the hair you have ranch easier than yon can now. The time lo save your is now. l to Grouatti, which they reached in greatest things Omt Imd all "their time .to fishing and [35 Thej. tnen the SS, Mmnling. .TliP hush Indians are pradu-1 siavc, Uiver and orosspil thr lake and of living in icnti, as Eormr-rly, tliey eu the have n em- ber of .the Royar.famHj-'as Itlrig'e presentatiye '.in the "Dojhlnion, is as democratic inhabit housf ivhich arc illy (own (lie UK far brad oJ fhe rapids, and tlirn, a Her a most dcmccfatlc ventilated and not" sanitary. not clean a :fl.sy prey .to Tcticc, who The lis- a result replied-to Edmonton by Mrs. James "Tho Province of "AJberta." Hoj hts sister-in-hn-, and Miss .1. Co Fort Vcr- milliou in ISSO in connection1 with Ihe Anglican mission- Hn 'travelled from Montreal lo Winnipeg by way of St. anil ilicn look the old Hudson's Bay company's water rmile to l-'ort AerinM'iuti liy of the Peace Hiver, the trip occupying the nl IB inilps, they travelled by the SS. Athabasca to Athabasca landing. Tlte hranc'Ii of (he Caninlmn Northern r.iilway from Athabasca-to Edmonton from the Landing-has hccn huilt LiivvrencVs mat.trip tu l-dmonton. The hts lory of tlie Lan'renee family .the .Sous of England j .siadc, of the. Anglican Mission ait inLorcstinfi anri a remarkable toy. Vermilion, has been {arming one. Lawrence's lather's brptlicr, they were In the.iiipre sincr, 18R7, and has 500 ciiy.v "lri_.tho -past, Imlf score rears, crop. Potatoes anri hartey .lia'Ve 'Vt'elcoinlid (hpusajiilB from h.ive ahvay.s made a- showing, sift herald: -i'-May 'v-'e and alliinugh the wheat lias soine- xtxct same' the next half jtirnos been frozen, he has led the liowever, lie welcomed i grain lc could only pay trl-j bnte to the pare those from England in ImildlVs In J the iwst, and add, "Kueii coming, gen-: urge j-oar :friends to Englishmen ore always" "Fly the Flag" -W. C. Ives, for'the Board'oi Trade, welcomed the. guests From, the and exifresseri his anpreeiation (or j The rnniedy for doing It is N'ewliio's N'Rwbro's Ucrp'clde in SOc and Is told by aH dealers who guar- antee H to do all that Is claimed. If you arc HOC siU'hflGd your money be refuiidtiri. Tho Banse opporcunity nover conies but unce. ApplicationB at good barber pimps. Send iCc In- jicatage for a sample bo tile and boktot to The- Herplcido Co., R. DotroU. Mich. J, D. [liglnbotrmin t'o. are EIICC- hi" agents. cnfire sunitncr. years later .Mr.' Lawrence's father and mother, .Mr. and Mrs. 11. II, Lawrence, nlsn went io Fort Veriiiillion, his faiher goinj; farm instructor to the mission. They took Tvitli tlicm n family o( seven hoys and two s'rls- Two oPthe sons settled in the. Kort VermiUion district two are in the Grande Vrai- rie, oue i.f in thp" lurcrt there tlip. gress for the suppression nf the, white slave traffic. Miss misczcm, nf N'or- iv.ty, sai'l that her country had al- ready women jin I icemen and well Satisfied willi their work. Miss Lea- ther of Canada, said thai women po- lice hail sonic" time exisled in Ottawa and other cilies oE Canada." A ivoinan delegate trom Sweden said and the- seventh rt fever one at San-ridge, tliat in hpc women police hart m Honda. WOULD BE GREAT IN SUP- PRESSING THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC 1 London, July advisnbilify oE eslabiislitng women as police in this country (o help figlil U'.e white slave Ira flic was discussed nt yestpr- day's meeting of the national con- bef.n j.nnirose value, They are calleil "police sisters." Tolira Connnissionnr Bullock, of Scotland also said n great' assistance. had been Riven "by women to tho po lice in white slave traffic work. He believed it. to be essential that the police should be so assiRtrd, hut doubted if such assistance would he belter for heinj; aclually official rath- er lhan voluntary. lie already had a woman assisting; him in thr work, hut wns not a "policemati" not having fakec the oalh of offict as a conslalilc. Rev. p. E. OlKirlander, paaldr oT Peter's Lutheran chmch o[ Flertin, hns received the degrve Doctor of Divinity nt llartwlcb Seminary, NcTy York. The government. Pomp years ago, gave the House an opportunity of ii creasing Ifs powers to deal with aui'h but probaMy for fear that li ijiierferc with dDinonstrii- llor.p by mtmborp ihonifceSves, the froposal voted dtmn. tion to alloiv the formation, of one in irta The to tbe urlltcr. Alberta ie an year .they sent Tcmo Lodgo to dele- .YOUNG DUKE HAS LARGE INCOME Albert a lotlRea had when they nppliert. 1800. It was MR the Grand accompli shod fncL 1200 mem- iVou- they he SBijl, London, Jnly youthful Mar.; quis of Stnffoid, who Biiccuede the linke ot Sutherland, will be tho, that in the flrat year's Gyrations of the Gram! Ixartge the number would be jlncreasert to aOGO. the institution they represented, for no institution in Canada IB, making for higher cUJzeushlp the Sons ot Knglaurt lodf-e; Mr. Ives! act i -the local ledge a taek. He "Our Empire" to tie tonst "Osir Em- -'Jnro-Ho s'rom ihe 'whole ducal property exceeds FACTS thought which he wished to Impress on thbee iho Km pi re jWQs not Unllded by-the Individual efforts of Und-l spirits of the tlnioo. DraXe and Hawkins of (he same alocK liad helped England "fight .off tho Great Armada, and sweep Sualn from nrc Our jjndln for the Humphrey not" lit1 had been InstruniDnral In es- besides reflect- .joiindiann; thfi uudaon s Bay Coin- lllfj :t nnlliral 'pany had.miich' to do with making Ca- expri'ssini) of '-na'da a British popaosRion. in this is will lesscn-ali should remember. It is .'the'task .of-each to iry to do sonte- for the udvanocmcnt of (he Km- and in Canada.. pjjpecinlJy West- -crn u is thQ taah of ioriEv. ot .skill i Ing tnos'fl who com e from f Chores to become true Canadians, for I in .no.' they will become true Rrl- was not entirely satisfied to see so many bare fluff poles on holidays of, the Dominion anil the Empire, To teach the foreigner lo resi.ect tba flng, they should he showa thai Can- adhins themselves are not todtfferent to If, Thtreforo, the local lodge might do a llttSe work on the next holiday, and aec to ir that tin-re is not a fieg pole (n the ivha'e city. They Did Thfir Duty Nobly C. 13. Sydnl iicdcrlook the task of responding to loasi "The Daugh- ters and Maids of Kugland." 'A'hlle his heart was too full for n Iterance, he couirt thnl the daughters and mnids hod Alwnyi; done thnir part to heU> the lodge along, ftiM could be rclieil nnon to do ao In the future, The (hanks of every -member of the W-HS tlieir's Isst night. That WHS plainly evident. "The Prrss" ivns also toasted, and HIP host bnncinei In ihc Malory of "Pride of Albcrla'' was over. ihe evening the wore emtiviainert Tvlth songa and re- rUatlons C, V. Penrsnn, A. Kenley, W, Sunding. C. Ghismi, H. and R. WollttiRton. Dave Kl- ton rnnirlbittcil Bnotlitr of his Imil song hits, entlilcd "S, 0: which capped llie climax. PHOTO- GRAPHERS Artistic portraits of enrh mernhf-r GOLD MINERS STRIKE EXTENDS South Africa, July 4.' Kiibiervleai -Thp. pcnpral strike, which started attached to it few dayn ago in ihe gold mining The Bpeahor thought timoj ihad come when the u'Qrd I hAiI lost any I that might hnr< ot Home. Today ihe BrfUsh.Kra-f frlcl of of your should hi? veil for plre Is really nat.Ions under one ear.li self-goveminK, wording harmony for the Rood of flag's the thing, he said, find he woviirt fcft floating days a year ever every pchonl house in tho: Do- with us. that every child of n.'for- eign country _or', of foreign j might como to Ibs-e antl honor tO'Ti Is Ihe grnar ffcrk of Iho frf I [great Went of the Dominion. H L to inm Canadian today througliout the neef. et.vended today According to Tlio mat C. Wetton, who has JU3L to Montrctl from HrUaln, tbe emigration frotn thfi Old Country to Cannda this year wlli.be greater than ever.- Mrs.- Emmn Stevonaon, th-j famous "met'lclnc woman" rf Uflrmel. wan (Jned JlO and OOBIH at Cohourg on the nf n contravention nf the Me- dic itic act. Rusaefl-Knfght Rufflell-Knlght Russell-Knight Six" Touring Model j. t Six" Roadster Model Six" 5-Pausenger phaeton F. O. B, WEST TORONTO AHEAD IN 1909-STILL AHEAD 7A 1913 Power of Knight Greater Than Poppet Valve Knight Engine vs. Poppet Valve Engine In our previous- iiclvcrlisoniont, wo roVcrrecl to the tost of (i 38 li. p. Xinglii engine lu-l'oro llio R. A. C. of Briiain and fhc-38 Poppet Ynlvc (ingiiK.1 bofore the Antomo- f.'hih of Ainci-ica. Today's aclvertisejncnt deals withv by tho, Kuiglit engine. Poppet Valve Engine Six cylinder, 38 li.p. A. L. A. M. rating'. Maximum h. p. atlained, 4-1.9 h. p. [or three minutes. Average ii. p. maintained thi-oughoul 300-hour test 35.7 h.p. or .only 93 per cenl of its rating of 38 h. p. the gmiiei- power dovoiopet Knight Engine 38 h. p. R. A. C. rating. Maximum h. p. attained, 57.25 h. p. for five hours. Average h. p. maintained for 132 hours; 5-1.3 h.p. or 141 per cent of its raleM load of 38 h.p. CONCLUSIONS The Knift-lil. engine showed 20.por conf. "Tenter nm.xhmim power tho Poppof. engine, ll dcroJopt-tl this maximum power (of h.p.) for live hours, as ngainst (lie engine's maximum power of 44.9 for only three minutes. The Knight, engine developed 50 per oeiH. more h..p. thnn the nvnrhge h. p. niflintiiiix.'d by tlie Poppet Valve, engine. The proportion "being as J41 per is to per cent in favor of the Knight engine. This-pettles tho qnestion of the relative efficiency of the engines. Remember too. tbnl this efficiency WHS attained by the Kniglil Kngine four years ngo. The six cylinder Poppet Valve engine of today cannot equal (he Knight engine of today has developed lo n pofnt of even greater efficiency and power Ihnn il attained four years ago. automobile to walcli for..and" vend these adver- tisements, hecause for four years v.-o have claimed for the Knighl engine greater power Ihnn any poppel valve of like rating. TJwi conipnrafive figures of the tu-o Icsts prove how fully our claims have heen justified. Russell Motor Car Co. Limited CALGARY, ALIA, HEAD bFfFCE AND FACTORY ,.WBST TORONTO at. Toronto, Haniiljoh, Vancouver, and. Australia ;