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: 10

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) - July 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKTHBRinr.E DAILY WKPNTCSDAY. 12, inn; Nothing Better for that "All-in Hot Feeling than a Refreshing Glass of Crystal Butter Milk When the sun is hot ami you sinn Illter it would be next l-'ebruary before the plant could be in operation. Mr. Huberts, of Roberts Filler Co., is In the city today conferring with Commissioners Grace and Free- man. giving them estimates on the li-ost of the proposed gallon 'plant here and a general idea of the construction as related 10 the present i pumping plain. It expected that :another nitration expert will be in the city soon, and within u ample of j the council should be possessed of enough information to award u con- tract. Mr. Roberts assured tin: Herald this morning thai his filter would furnishl the residents of Lethbridge with' water Pt-'i' t'cnt. pure, without! using chloriliation. If chlorinalion were used the water would be as pure ;ts it would be possible to make it. The principle of the nlier which Mr. Roberts wishes to sell the city is me-' chanical us opposed to the slow sand filters which have been in favor up to recenwyears. Macleod has chanical fllter of Roberts' construe- j tion which is giving good satisfaction J under conditions similar to which prevail here. Commissioner-Freeman is anxious.! if a filter is installed, to have it placed I dost? enough to the present pumping station that it could be managed by the same staff as now works the pumping plant, thus saving as much of the extra cost of operation as pos- sible. The railway commission of Canada sitting at present nt Calvary, isnd ill hoar several applications of in- terest to Lcthbrldge am! Southern Al- bert u. They are as follows: Complaint of tlio Hock Springs Coal ami Brick company. Limited, of Tabor. Alberia, against the switching charge of Sl'.iiO per car charged by the Cana- dian .Pacific Railway company. Petition of tlie farmers aiut tner- hants of Whitla. Alberta, for an order directing the Canadian PaeinV Railway company to erect a station of standard size at that point. Application of D. D. Campbell, or Winnipeg, anil the Alberta Fanners' tVOperativc Klevator company. Ltd.. Calmiry. regarding the faUurt1 of the Canadian Northern to provide grain doors for the shipment of grain off itf Hues in the west; also that the amount of money fixed by the board for reimbursing the shipper who has lo supply grain doors is not snm'cieiu to meet the expense connected with the supplying of such doors. Application of the town of Pinchor Creek. Alberta, for an order directing the Canadian Pacific to build a spur from the town to Pincher Station. Complaint of the United Farmers of Alberta against the Canadian Xorth- rn railway re demurrage Complaint ot" the dairy farmers of the district of Clareshotm. Alberta, against the Canadian Pacific railway company re express rates on cream. Complaint of F. Stevens, live- stock commissioner department of agriculture for Alberta, re condition of certain stockyards. The Best Fun in the World CAMPING Y 1.C1 CAMP "KAMP KOOTENAIE" Sentry, Crow's Nest Pass JULY 31 to AUGUST 12 1916 Entire Expense of Trip f Boys Under 17, Seniors, ALFALFA YIELDING i ACM AT TABER i houses, hotel and ventilation fan. one :oi the best mine fans on the market. i Already men are working upon the hoisi, etc.. with 'a view to removing them to the new mine, which pro- aiises to be one of the best mines in the-province. i FINDING THINGS OUT Taber. July 11 (Special to the Her- new Regal Collieries, op- erating half a mile north of town, are making rapid progress in their new undertaking. Xo. 1 shaft, which is in- tended has been sunk an average 9 feet per on three No. 2 shaft is un- der operation a ren being proven, which will enable opera- tions to '-proceed -with great facility The same company have purchased the whole, of .the old Amsterdam, via London. July The Xieue Frie Press of Vienna quotes a high Austrian officer as say- ing that the Russians in Bukowina are using aerial torpedoes, launched from imnVthrowers, served by Russians Sunder the command of French offic- ere. The Russians the Austrian of- j ficer says, also have "almost noiseless Leroplanes." C. Lesslie Wilson has retired from the position of general manager of the Toronto News. Cranbrook. July George Carr, of Chicago, manager of the Hcme- stake Gold .Mining company, arrived in Cranbrook yesterday and will com- I mence operations at Perry Cret-k at j once. The wafers have receded suf- ficiently to allow working thft mines at ihe goldfields. II. White, president of the Van- couver Auto association, on a trip from Vancouver to Winnipeg via au- i to, arrived in CranbrooV He is accompanied by his family. The journey thus far has been wiihout any thrilling experience and Air. contemplates getting j through without any difficulty. John Martin Accompanied Miss May "WbJtehead as far east as Calgary. 'Miss will visit with friends j'm Winnipeg "for a couple of months. I While in Calgary Mr! Martin will ar- range with the papers in that city for the publication- of a series of articles OD the agricultural resources of Hast Kootenay. Coakiale. July S. Paw-. son. Miss Florence McDowal! and Mrs. T. B. Dunham left this morning for Coleman, where they will camp for two weeks. The Ladies' Aid and Missionary So- ciety wiii meet with Mrs. Lindblad on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Linton returned to her home at Cowley today, accompanied by Miss Elberta Suggitt, Sufficient help to harvf-sr the hay crop is being secured by the farmers, who are now in the' midst of haying operations. Alfalfa is yielding well and the weather for the past week is all thai could be asked. BUY AT HOME Mail Order Houses DO Help to support the schools, Churches, and Charitable Institutions; Pay any taxes in the community Help build the roads or care for the streets; Spend one dollar with the farmer or con- sumer; burnish Employment to a single resident in the community; Extend credit, as does the local merchant; Sell as good _ quality of goods as the local merchant; Show goods before they are paid for. Ottawa. July are being made by the department of the interior to collect the larger part of the advances for seed grain made to western farmers for the crop of last year. Over ton million dollars was loaned by the Dominion government to the drought-stricken districts of south- em Alberta and southern Saskatche- wan last year. Despite the heavy crop, many farmers were in no pos- ition to make any payments and the government gave them generous treat- ment. This year it is hoped to coi- iect the larger part of this amount. A head otfice has been opened in Moose Jaw, with Harry Cuttle, chief inspector of homestead agencies, in aharge. Arrangements have been made to have payments made to post- masters, while no collections 'will be made through elevators as In the past. Winnipeg. July Financial Post says: "It can be stated anthor- itatively that the next Canadian war loan -wilt be offered to the public in September. The amount has not yet been settled, but it will likely be tor one hundred million dollars. It is sible as in the case of the tirst loan j the amount will be fixed at fifty mil- lions and if the loan is over-subscrib- ed, the total will be raised to say one hundred millions. Lite the first j flotation it will be popular in char- acter. it will be widely advertised and an effort will be made to have the general public widely subscribe. The terms of the loan have, of course, not yet been considered by Sir Thomas White, but it is anticipated that it. will bo on similar lines to that floated last November. Ottawa has more confidence now ilniii it had. a year ago in placing on the Canadian market a domestic war' loan. The Canadian public was un- accustomed to investing in govern- ment or any .other'bonds. We had been borrowing hundreds of millions annually while the govern- ment had as a matter "almost of habit, aimed to the London for funds. even 'if there 'was. ihe money in the .public would invest in Dominion securities was a question of considerable doubt. Several prominent financiers express-, ed the the -time million dollars was-abouY.the'.llmk of subscriptions which could ed. The result ..was an astonishment to these financiers and to the govern- ment. Now the department of finance is looking with more confidence to the Canadian public. There has never .been an official statement on the for very good it is well knmvn hrofildal circles that the only munitions orders which are now be- ing placed on this continent are those let m Canada -through the. Imperial Munitions'. Hoard. While the" United States is "still-.-inanufactunng large t quantities of they are old or- j ders. The only new orders at the 'present time being let in North Am- erica are in Canada. BRAEMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Unexcelled in Canada for location, buildings, staff and cultural stand. p. -ds. Miss Margaret Ross Principal RELIGIOUS NON-SECTARIAN LANGARA SCHOOL FOR BOYS Fine buildings, strong staff includ- ing resident physical director. Rev. J. A. Sharrard, B.A., B.D., Headmaster For calendar and particulars of either school, address the Head or D. McRAE WESTERN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS VANCOUVER, B. C.t CANADA ONEFOUR NEWS Onefour, July P. Finley is visiting at Foremost. O. IX Grceno and D. Cnrrrn: will haul potatoes to Medicine Hat this week. J. E. .building a hog pasture to keep his pigs from mixing up with the sotting hens. Haxel Wallace of the Black tail ranch, has returned from Trinity Col- lege, Port Hope and is ruling the range for-the-summer, llazel intends to enter the Cnrtiss Aviation school at" Newport News, Virginia, soon. Dominion Day was celebrated by the Onefonr settlers at Comrey. Horse racing, athletic sports and base- ball were the main features-of tlio day -with--a -dance iii the evening. Comrey scored-23 against Cailiern's The-ladifcs' Aid served- dinner and .kept a booth for the sale of ice cream fruit, caudy, etc. The Dnefpur. or- chestra furnished music for the dance. The completed weather record for June shows 1M days' on which rain fell. July 2nd brought us a very heavy rain with some hail. The rain .continued Monday morning ami re- ports from all the surrounding coun- try show a very- heavy fall, with creeks overflowing their banks and low lands flooded. West windows in the houses of Mrs. Mary Wetherelt O. Greeno, August Flora, and Sam- uel Gross wore smashed by bail and some gardens, damaged, but very little injury was done to grain crops. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE-DEAD London, July William. Wal- lace, who served for many years in the service or the British government in Nigeria, died at his residence, in Devon today. MO no Camp Borden, July riot took place here tonight when several j thousand soldiers, most of them from Lomlbn, Out., organized a demonstra- tion as a protest against having been I brought to this camp and against the {conditions under which they have been worked. The affair at times looked ugly for "headquarters." The immediate the riot was the rushing of preparations for the big review, by Sir Sam Hughes tomorrow. For the last week, the 'ceremonial area, upon which the review is to be held, lias been the scene of prodigious; stumping, and-the men have been put through tedious rehearsals in the broiling sun. "We want to go baolc to the men shouted. "Or send us over- seas. We might as well die there aa choke here with dust." "I cannot send you back, or over- seas. That is for the said the general. ITALIAN NAVY'S SUCCESS Rome. July Italian naval successfully attack- ed the Austrian hydro base at Paren- JM in ifetri'a.' It silenced the new and strong batteries, and put to flight four Austrian vessels from Trieste. An order in council may be passed providing a scale of pay for wounded soldiers who are being re-educated. TIIEEE TYPES OF BIG 'BRITISH GUNS THAI' ARE BLASTING THE GERMAN LINE. witnosHca declare thai Ihp Brit- ish advance is being won with com- paratively sllglU casualties, lllis ImitiR due to tlie profusion of artlllory avail- able. The bombardment was Ihe great- est In history. Tlio achievement Is all the more remarkable in that when war broke out I ho llrilish had few, If a single the big land sum- ;