Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

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 Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ai was by am last FiUh is uf brisk wsJl Point two srhooi noar Hay fee M slcv to tfcv> Ui SITUATION cosss to bs of great isaportanee to the oi the Lethbridgs district, and It to (rtfcttyiat to realise that at tl to any "If I were ths op- erator, whsa dsiivarad the mes- sage, "I'd think twtos bslors I'd mar- ry a girl that-kept ass all day waK- ing for "Na, an." nH-orted the fkot. "Its lass who for the night ratss is the lass lor ass." v of an EagVsh aotiaed ths dsath-watch steward, an that a mail had dieu in stateroom 45. "Ae usual instruc- tions to bun' ths body were given. Some hours later_the doctor pecked into the roost and found that the body wms still called ths Irishman's attention to the matter, aad the Utter replied: "I thought you. said room 46. T that room and noticed wan day last vasfc. Mr. Fwd liouss, ttho is Ul ia sow, hstof to. ill to be moved. AJgot Carlson w one day last weak. f Kan Sonaoa has bought new wagon also material for] _ Will Fryer bought a new team at Graham's ranch and is a Mr, Hitchcock lost a fine ofcl coif raoeaUy. L. Dora Oliver has )ust returned] from visiting Mrs. Wm. Beery. Miss Martha Fitch was the gua of Mrs. D. W. Oliver over Sunday. Mr. McDonald's school expires THSS] lay" at Howville. Will Hlcklin is at Wymaa's again1 GAtLON APPLES OUswt, July Bon. fraak, Mrs OUMiLasAjlht'HiiiBi OtyMr wtil Oli part 10 the Track AFTCM i piaia m sii ediiorial" ar to be issued to W44ALMAITM, ML 94 thai he ex- ___ Z 1 mr wmwfrm H TodaV mdomneat 4r I i a____J T Heant't Indepenaeace League. It U our lo talk to yon is Most to bs UHtt octtook I. On (arms aroved tals' city winter wisafis matwittff today at a rate wakft will involve the necessity of bringing on the binders in less than month. Spring waeat is develop- iag tke bUde'isd win beckeaded owt' tae tbi. monih. It be ready for the harvest not later than tie middle of August. Oa'ta, rye and barley are MlAlkng taeir part in tae agricultural scheme and there is every indication of Urge yields. The lirst crop'of alfalfa has beee art, 'and haying is in progress on sosae of the farms. The returns from taese has largely been satisfactory, ami more will be heard about them before the end of the season. Fruits are ripening fast under the influence ot the warm and will bring large profits to those who have been wise enough 'to undertake their cultivation. Garden produce of the commoner sort is abundant, and is being taken off in good condition. Tbe interval between now 'and har- vest time will determine whether the yield of grain is to be large or small, but there is nothing as yet to give cause: for concern. The progress of the city, and district insofar as It de- pends upon this season's agricultural prosperity seems to be already as- sured. says I. says he, ty near .deed.' I buried Lim." I'm HOW THEY 00 IT IN B. C. (Prince Kupert, B. C., Empire) The Conservatives and Columbia1 are denouncing the Laurier government legislation, affecting kffln TERMS the of the voters' lists that will bV'Msdj in these two" provinces at Dominion elections, charging that the list will be unfair and in mter- eet of the Liberal party. The servatives in British. Columbia not like Caesar's however pure the Conservatives of Manitoba be. It so many years ago that five men, acting under initruc tions from the leaders of School at Bowville Sunday. There was quite a good of Bowvilie people in Lethbridge on last Twirsday to see the big show of Mil- ler Bros. Hay cutting in the Tie mifcy of Bowville this week. When you are ,la Meed of ice or hall insurance, iae B. W. WhiU, B. E. 19-' 18-21, Bowville. Wm. McDonald the school has gone to Calgary to visK tte C. Moss, O. W, OUytr Mr. Scragg are Calgary Messrs. R. aad the Rev visitors this -Mr. Ed Reynolds has gone down. the Montana line looking for s> this week. TO MOTIFY TAFT g.-Wiilism hf mriaally kis the Eepnbhcai st Cincinnati Jmly 88 o vative party of this Mrt Joe Williams haa completefl I have I Section of food tarn land with miles of fence and frame A %_ 1 W A MA 10 x M. frame .stud stable 14x50, SO acres in oats. 13 of crop goinf Isryer, a good of water at the house, also 14 Section of raw prairie. New railroad r survey through 3tnkc very nearly breaking one hundred and over If400 from the res of.ground for himself and others voters' lists of Nelson and Slocandis land is now hauling his mheat to trfete. They not so keen then Lrthbrjdge market assisted by Ben to have fair voters' lists as they are I White and J B. Lukens. For a year past toe Conserva- j Sunday School and Church were tive party in British Columbia, through having possession of the held uay. tne school house last Sun- STORY OF THE la order to curb the exultation of the OnUrio Cjonservatiyes over the result the recent Provincial elee- j one that would give every person en prouncial government, has been-most jfr. 3. A. Wyman was active in placing names on the visitor this week. ers' lists in a way that may be con sidered unfair, that is. bjTapjpolntihg' as commissiouers to take registra tion declarations men whoee only qualincattons are that they rare-Con- servatives. Were the government of BritJsh Columbia' fair to the'people of the province, the present registra- tion law would-hayelbeehlreplared by Claresholm and IS miles irom railroad now, with good roads, and same at a snap price" DonVbuy of anyone else tffl von see tUs4nd save real estate man's commission Address regulariy by means of this paper plaemw, before as we believe are abselwlsly safe md1 that will show quick returns We will give you good advice as lo the values and other details ia with bminpss ptopoai? and while we do not pretend to be infallible, it will be oar to be posted, and you ean depend on our VHing you exaetlv what we believe owsdvcs. We intend to establish s tide for fair dealing and absoiwte re- liability. A reliable firm name is a to its a sue forerunner of the svceess thai sticks. We want your ruiure business quite SB much as we do the present We hope to have the respect aad confidence of the people of this city and vicinity, and with that in view we shall glad to meet any oi yon at our say tisse where say Lnlormatioo that we have, is yours for the asking. We will-make a specialty of City Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident 1HLL tarn, to HAMILTON VOUtM ft. OOMYMUUtf 0. L Oftetr W. C. Residence Funsral Msl to PnsbftsriaB Phone 1 F. B. MLFSON AftOMITBOr Alberta Realty Co n; jjfertt Yourg very truly, SKEITH ft. TtLLEY i Andrew Tilley H. J. H. Skeith 1754 N. H. MURRAY sr Brown PeuHry .-Fair Greunde W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Ranch Paper Hanger, Wood Etc. PHONE IM t ARGYLE Far the DeminUn ,ExhiMtiafi. Cal- lary, June Bth to July the Can- adian Pacific-Railway Cssnssay an- noonee a rate af frtsn Leth- hrids> ts Calgary return. Tickets en sak June te July 7th. taclu- sivs. final return limit July leth. JAt, A. MACOOMALD ARCHITECT Black) Hawpwln Utlibrtdgs, AMa. ALVIN tions, the -Branttord Expositor re- tbe result of- the Federal bye- "eiections since 19O4 and these it re- marks are tbe most -reliable bnn-y-e- ter of-popular, sentiment, so far as the Dominion Parliament is concern- ed. A return of the tor 1907 issued recently "shows that, out fourteen contests held during the year there were five elections by. ac- clamation, tbe members elected being all, Liberals. In tbe. nine con- tested constituencies. Liberals were elected in six and Conservatives in only three. The aggregate Liberal majority in London, Orit., against gate Conservative majorities, to which the Conservative candidate's titled to nave, his name OR a voters' 1 ist a chance to get it on without delay or the danger of having it kept off by the" action of political parti- DID QOV. HARRIS DRINK WINE? London, Ont., against candidate, contributed Hs.Says He Waiters Say He Continually Replenished His Glass majnrity in the Labor .The. following is the record of the vbye-elections since 1904: Lib. Con.- Lab. New Brunswick 2 Nova Scotia...............3 1 Quebec 14 1 1 Ontario ......10 7 Saskatchewan 2 Alberta 2 British Columbia 1 If from figures tbe Conserva- tives are able to derive any comfort they are easily satisfied. OUR POINT OF VIEW Cincinnati, July temperance question is figuring largely'.in' the Ohio State campaign. Gov. Harris yesterday iurinaUy denied, "in Colum-jl bus a story printed in this 'city that he drank champagne and other wine quite freely at a banquet given last Saturday at Coney Island, a suburban resort, where he was the .honored guests of the Stamina Republican League of Cincinnati. The Governor said that he-drank no wine ai.--all. He declares that he is and always hae been an abstainer. _ This afternoon the local paper-that prinied the irine drinking story re- terates its "declaration that the Gov- ernor did'imbibe wine, and prints an interview with the head waiter and under waiters at the banquet corro- borating its statement. These inter- views say that Gov. Harris's glasa was continually replenished with wine on that occasion. Gov. Harris is a candidate for re-election. AUDITING, COL- LE0TIONS and RENTALS Firs, 'tHs nMl AccMsnt Imufancs Boom ft Whitney Block' WOfttEin OHRliTIAN T EM> E R A N ITN'I O N Meet in Methodist Wesley Chunk every third Friday in the month at 330 p.' in. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pres. MTO. CHAB. MeGLENAGHAH. SscreUry. .4. F. A. M., a R. A. Regular meeting -night, the third Tbwndsy of each month in .Jhs Masonic Hail, P. O. Bbefc" at B p.m. tiling brethren will always'receive a hearty welcome.' A.C.ME88ER, G.VOTORKKY. W. M. Secretary. O. Bor SS7- WMrtlpMrl..U? 1st and 3rd Monday! inKdfP Hall at 8 brethren axe S.G. DAVIES, 24-ly :T. of .Lethbridfe Nest ol Owls, No. wffl meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. 8TOBKET, eVcretaary. C. BOSS TATE, PrefMeiii. M. PBIEarr, Junior Past Pres. The Woman Suffragists in England threaten to use bombs at the next demonstration they make. If thej do they will prove thaftheyare more entitled to seats in the crazy house than votes. The weed inspector seems to wea frosted glasses or he would have Ion ago seen to it that some fields o farms near the city were rid of tha pest, the thiitle; He wants to get to work now or the thistles will have gone to seed. Calgary did not have an agricultur al exhibit at the exhibition but that lact does not trouble the Calgary Herald. That paper appropriates all the country from Calgary south to the boundary as the Calgary district and proceeds to tell the world of the wonderful resources of the "Calgary district." rarely it right. At random sbe may ring the bell; therefore she a thing to avoid. BftAKEMAN HOMED Of TEETH Omaha, Neb., July C. Rob- erts, a Northwestern Railroad brake- msn, yesterday had eight of his teeth filled with gold. Last night a gang of tramps captured Roberts and pull- ed the teelh for the gold in them. Roberts this morning reported the case to the Omaha police and an ef- fort is being made to capture the (ramps and recover the know whereof I when I pay that our 20 per cent discount sale beats the bands of Sow Godfrey all to sticks BARLEY AND food and a tonic. A trifle of alcohol-" an aid to digestion. That's beer. If you get a pure Onk finkn nothing is better for you. It is not good aijvfoe to say "Don't drink beer." There are who need it V Your doctor advises beer, of the world drink the most 6f it. But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink the wrong beer." Some beer causes biliousness. Alberta's Pride does not. Alberta's Pride beer is both good arid good for you. Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it Alberta's Pride is the home beer, because of its absolute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then sterilized. There are no after effects. Meets ib K. of P Hail bat Thursday of moDth. Visiting Brethren Wel< J. F RQOKBS, CA. A. NEIDIG, F 8. Look for the Green Label LCTHMMOGC lOUsw. NO. C. B. P. O. C. Keels UM ateood Twaaday ef B. 4. BHAKMAN, B.E. M. Pkont 79 9IOWTH-WUT VTAT10IIMMY Meet te Iks Lnswr Ball ATIOH Beer that made Lethbrid; ;