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: 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) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD, TUUDAY, JULY II. MOf FlVf Madame Dehnar THE CELEBRATED PALMJ8T AND ASROLOQER VISITS LEHBRIDGE Your life, revealed by the hand. What, she tells you comes true. She gives advice on all affairs of life. If you are in trouble, or in doubt concerning some important matter, call and consult her at once. It will cost you nothing unless you are perfectly satisfied with what she tells you. Advice on business, love or money you just what you want to know -and never asks questions. Prices reasonable and within reach of all. Readings daily from 10 a.m. to 9 P'm" SHEPARD BLOCK Next to Alexandra Cafe Chicago, lils., July 12.-A special Alton., 111., says "The first roll of petroleum butter, the standard oil's latest product is 'to be turned out at the Wood refinery near here. Pre- parations are being made to manu- facture the product here and the machinery is coming." SERVE YOU RIGHT fin your our delicious Ice Cream is skill- fully made, deliciously blended from richest cream, Chocolate, Vanilla, Lemon flavors, satisfy- ing, nourishing, for the baby, for the aid to health. ours one trial and yon serve yourself right too. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists Central Figures In London Suffragette Demonstration We are Giving Away free samples of Liquid Veneer Call and get a bottle, and be convinced of its quali- ties as a FurniturePoIish Sold in 25c and 50c bottles by Hayr Bros, Phone 75 P. TI.BOX27 STJFFRAGETTES IN THE COUBTS in the House of Commons was ed into a picnic by the titled women London, July hearing the Bow Street Police Court bens in; in costly silks and laces as they jsat on the floor of the court during brought valises in expectation' of immediately beginning a term in jail The cases were all continued, and 116 women prisoners were froed on of the suffragettes arrested re -eritly the proceedings. Many of them had parole. TO PREVENT FLOODS AT PINCHER CREEK Crib Work Has Been Injured in a of Oil Pincher Creek, July W- Doubt, government weed inspector, Jo do mj duty of an official ru 11 re around the 'district at present. The provincial government c- misod to grade and gravel the road between here and the station. "I he work cannot be accomplished -my soon to suit the people here. Some youngsters or ir- jtntly brainless whoever chipped ofl the tons of a number ol shade trees on Bridge Street a' days ago. This is one of the st looking streets in town, a.u'1 :t be a miserable feeling tlia.1 pa GUI. is such unneighborly acts as- iflv.s. The incandescent system of electric ghts installed for street lighting some weeks ago, is giving fair satis- Chow Sam's RESTAURANT Provides the best the market affords It's served right, and the prices are right Open Day and Night _________ _'_ Chow Sam Co. FOREVER? cor.'t jurr.- street cars. I read r.'j-iu: a man being killed in ws-. Wait until they come tc a ;VM Husband Mana. have-me live on me faction, though some would prefer arc .lights and fewer of tbem. To prevent the possibility of any further floods through the creek pyer- ilowing its banks, the council.has I had a -dyke or crib' work laid along entire frontage of the town. I'is also the intension to change- ike. course of the.creek, but the work in j that respect is delayed pen-ding 'an i arbitration case yet to -be settled. The Chicago-Alberta Oil Co., whos- i works are about twenty miles from here, are bringing samples into town i of their pro-duct, which they are pre- paring for tne market in the form of I axle greasu and gasoline- Expecta- tions are high in. connection with their oil wells, the anticipation being 'that a hundred barrels per day will be the output in September next. j H. F. Kenny, superintendent of the j i Alberta Sunday School Association, j ifave a forceful, practical and in jeiy way excellent address-at the Pres byterittti Church on Sunday in which were hits straight from the shoulder to parents and church goers generally. The team attached to the King Ed- ward Hotel bus made a bolt on their own- account at Pincher on Thursday last and careened wildly along ;.the road, homeward .bound. Al- thougit.the brake was put on by one of the pftsweiigers, the driver having oehiTiKl, the -horses maintain- ed- so .dangei'ous 'a pace that t3le cuiiants -made a jump for safety, one of "their number, George BJake, sus-. toining- a broken in doing so- The aaimals kept their mad ;jjal-. lop. in. the.- meantime until they col- lided pole and caus- ed-considerable damage to the riif- The injured .niaa was taken to the Ex-Mayor- -Clavet; a member of the firm of; Marts, Dobie end Co. Arthur, died last night from i heart failure. NEWS FROM FRANK Frank, July" Wm. Bir- mingham and'Jier -three children from Kingston, Ont., arrived in Frank yes terday on.a visit to Mrs. G. H. Mal- calsonv (her A Sir. Haines laid information ag- one Thornton who turned his horses'' into the Blairraore cemetery !to jrraze. He was assessed tiie costs 'of the court but not fined, promising The Rev. Mr. Bott of Fish-bum, drove up to Frank yesterday and held English Church service and also at Blairmore and Coleman, yesterday J As this district has been vacant for some time, the Bishop has asked him to take charge of tfhe district and he has partly made up- his -mind.j to do so. Mrs. Mcl-'hail (wife of the Rev. Mc.- Phail who resided in this district for a time before the slides, now in Cay- uga, Ofct) is a guest Dr. J and Mrs. Malcolmson. The; C. A. C. C. Co. have re- moved their offices into jwjiat is known as the Trelle house, a' large and spacious building. They have fitted it up class style and ia considered largest and best ac- commodation: in the Pass and much more convenient than their old TORNADOES IN ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI July dis- patches from Pana, Els., and Xenia, say .that tornadies struck these towns yesterday. At the latter town four were injured and several buildings destroyed. No loss of life at Pana, but a great deal of grain is levelled in both places. Coal Ben LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine Good Nut a ton delivered or at mine All coal sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Eoyal View Prompt delivery guaranteed Daily Herald Market Place JTM to Mil or to rut place It it thif coboi. It you want aiytbing age thif columo. 25c ooe iiuertioa 6 insertions for SI LANDS FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT' FOR acres of choice laud. 2 1-2 miles from good town, all fenc- ed, 160 acres in wheat and ostn, (pur- chaser gets 60 acres good prai- rie meadow, 220 acres will be sown to winter wheat this season. This all goes at per acre, with per acre cash and the balance one half crop payments with interest at 8 per cent. Apply to the Canadian Seal Estate Company, Room 9, Bryan Block, or Box 387. Lethbridge, 176-6 servant. Good wages paid. Apply to Mrs. J. H. Wai lace, Burdett St, Citv. 177-3 girl for light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381. Lethbridge. 169-0 LANDS FOIt half thir- in three fifteen, price per .icre, terms. acres on New Wey- burn road, in six fourteen, price per acre, on terms, or per acre with equitv out. All selected lands. Applv Owners, Box P, Herald Office. 176-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. I FOE 1-2 x 3 1-2 camera and good general servant, complete outfit, Write C. West- Apply Mrs. Hick, corner Crabb ley, c-o Herald office. dh Courtland Sts. 174-0 FOR or Woman, my competent general ser-i South African Veteran Bounty Land. vaat. Apply Mrs. G-albraith, 914 i Certificate issued by the Department ol Redpath St., City. 175-0 the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320 acrss of any Dominion Land for general servant entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or 1251 Duffenn tit. Apply Mrs. R. A. Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, 177-3 man or acquire this land with this certificate. For immediate good general servant; sale, Write or wire, L. E. one who will take care of a baby in jTelford, 131. Shuter Street, Toronto, the afternoon. Apply Mrs. Furman, J.Ontario. 165-26 Round St. 178-3 i- OR horse double cylinder clerk. Some low engine, complete. Nearly _ as ience necessary. Apply personally food as new. Apply.to W. H. Pres-. at Peoples Drug Store, North Ward. Dayton. FOR "Jewel" range in delivery man. good condition. Price Can be 179-0 Been from 9 a.m. till 2 o clock. Ap- ____ply Mrs. J. Tuff, next Stacey Lumber 'Co., North Ward. Anolv P 0 Box 46 Appiy r. u. SQX blacksmith. Apply to Canada West Coal Co.. Taber, Alia. 179-1 SITUATIONS WANTED furniture for ;sale. Good location for roomers or .boarders. Party purchasing same can jhave house. Address P. 0. Box 355; _________________________________j City. 174-6 POSITION young lady, English, wants position, child-j FOR tent and. Yost ren's nurse preferred. Good needle- Barthol- woman. Apply 403 BartXett St., oriomew. Box 591 P.O., Lethbridge. 75-0 Miss Woodyard, general delivery, 176-6 FOR parlor suite for sale. Apply at two-storey yellow house on POSITION young man, j Barnes St... North Ward. experienced clothing and furnishings salesman, wants a position in Leth- bridse. Address Box X., Herald, 76-6 FOR mower, prac- tically new. Apply A. and L. S. Rip- ley, office 8, Macdonald Block. L 76-O SITUATION engineer____________________________________ on steam plough. Considerable exper- _ CATJ? RV PTTRT-TT' COWBOYS AT EUREKA It's Surprising to note The surprise of people who visit our restaurant for the time Try it! The Fashion Cafe t 4 Worth Looking into And Acting Upon One hundred residential Icti located on WESTMINSTER ROAD, smooth and level. "Well located to advance rapidly in value. Prices are right arid terms reasonable. Don't delay investigating as they will not last long at the price and terms we are giving. Apply GALVIN HATFIELD Room 4, Imperial Bank Daily Herald's Patterns A Famous Quartette in Typical Cow- boy Better Act in Vaudeville Opening at the Eureka, tonight is the well known cowboy quartette of Omaha, Nebraska.- Probably no act in vaudeville is as well known over the big circuits as is this one. They have sung in all of the most fash- ionable clubs and at many .of, the great social functions in all the lead- ing cities in America as well as in their regular theatre work: They put on an exceedingly entertaining sketch and will be appreciated by everyone who hears ...them, as. they. sing songs with .music 'in in a manner that shows up. to'advantage their WORK the day young woman Experienced. Apply j Fred Eoonev_ Miss Winnie Scott, Lethbridge, Alta.' ______'_ 173-6 j one Maclaughlin buggy, one set of harness. Formerly the property of 179-4 TO RF.NT. OE shop in hriving town of Winnifred, where lots have been for sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Parson who rente to supply tools. 1st come, 1st choice. P. J.. De JIarce, Winnifred, Alta 166-26 0 suite Of two front offices omediate possession. Apply at Wm. Ott. 172-0 TO house, close in, nntil Sept. 15. Apply 514 Grlyn St., or Box 203. 173-6 natural talent as well careful training. as years .of BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND use cf telephone "at'621 Bound St. 178-6 BOARD AND a strictly modern house, bath, etc., at 425 Bart lett St. ROOMS WANTED BOOMS Persons having W AC4-lf r address of same at Brown Amusement Co.'s offices on Bound St. we have 312 people to take care of. 176-0 TO Two shacks for rent, near mer of Westminster Road and Lon- don Road, J8 per month. Apply R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 174-6 FOB. bushels Alberta Bed seed wheat, grades No. 2, clean. Price, feo.b. High one dollar and fiftv cents per bushel. Apply to F, F. Butler, Box 260, High River, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS IP TOU WANT A LAWN.FENCE- See A. Bpchon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 160-28 of mired grain before the fall State lowest quotation for cash. Reply B. K- Devine, Tar' ry's, B. C. wanted by.gen.tle- an in modern houee, centrafly lo- ated, with or without board. Write P. 0. Box 251, Lethbridge. 1744 WANTED_j.arm lailds Taw proved in Lethbridge -and surroundinf FOR 5 room cottage, crty wa- j Apply stating price and ter, electric light, close-in, per TU Wick-Harrison Land Ob., month. Apply Box 10, Herald. 177-6 Blockj TO July the 15th, nicely furnished front room in modern -house, suitable lor two gentlemen with or without board. Central. Apply Box S., Herald. 177-6 pw Ib. paid for good clean cotton rags at the Western Sta- tionery Co. 179-O LOST HOUSEKEEPING In new block on Round St., complete- ly furnished for housekepirtg.. and in- cluding piano if desired, for rent zor one, two or three months after August 1 by letter t0 J- B. K., post-; office box 448. W7-Q is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. (1854 Merchants Bank of Canada OFFICE.-MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lctkknife Branch Block, Rerfpith St. 2982 LADIES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 2982 All Seams Allowed Heavy white linan has been used for the development of this smart waist. Narrow tucks in groups of three g vc the necessary fullness to the front, and the back is perfectly plain, the slight fullness gathered to position at the vraist line. Two broad box- pleats, trimmed with large pearl but- tons, ornament the front, and the one-piece plain sleeves are finished with deep points over the hands. The waist may be made with the regula- tion shirt sleeves, if desired. ThV pattern is in seven to -tl- inches bust measure. For -36 bust the waist requires 4 yards of mater- ial 20 inches wide, yards 21 ins, wide, yards 3? inches wide, U- 36 inches wide or Z yards 42 inches wide. Price of Pattern, tcii cents. A.pply Herald Pattern Department, Leth- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATION! Any person wno li tbe sole hesd ol a family, or any male over 18 jwtt old, may homestead a quarter-sectior of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or The applicant must appear in Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. bj proxy "may be made at any afeuoy ler of intending homesteader. montha' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eaeb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of bis home stead on a farm o! at least 30 solely owned and occupied by him w by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteadei in good standing may pre-empt t quarter-section alongside hifl home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaoo of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time requited to earn homestead patent) and 6fty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhausted homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pw chased homestead ia certain districts Price per acre. jreside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Inier publicatV u tb.H will not TO on Crabb St. be- tween Bompas and Courtiand. Apply at A. Rochon's, Crabb St. 77-2 TO stable on Crabb St. opposite Hill possession, im- mediately. Apply C. B. Bowman, Agency, Post Office Block. 178-G TO furnished rooms. Ap- ply Box X., Herald office, City. 79-6 Granurcu Altai., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each ttiffefe yeafs Oiu, HO uiauuaj Wcigxit about both shod, had on. One light bay, star in little white on nose and white food. One dark bay, one white ;hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify poat- master, Granuni, Alta. 154-Q Homestead of John Dick, Esq., in Township 5, East 1-2 36f 334- 11. 1 bay horse branded lazy 8 foil- right shoulder; 1 brown mare branded. (S on near shoulder; 1 bay yearling colt with rope on neck. reward will be paid for information that will lead to recovery. FOR seven-roomed cot- tages. Apply M. Hendrick's residence, Ashmead St. TO room, monthly. Third occupied house south of Chinaman's garden, Crabb St. south. Apply 11.30 to 3.00 and 6.00 to 8.00 p.m. Charles. 179-0 i watch on Bound St., be- ttween Gray's Hardware and Higin- botnam's drug store. Movement No. ,12449438. Case No. 37687il85 Elgin 15 jewel. Suitable reward at Herald.744: PROPERTY FOR SALE FOB new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., "Phone 225. 121-0 FOR roomed house, cor. Crabb and Courtland, new and strictly modern. Apply S. J. ilcDiar- micl. FOB new fully modern eijrht roomed house in central loca- tion, easy terms. Apply to owner, west of ball grounds on Brunton St. dark bay team of hprsea, branded EC on left shoulders. One has white spot on forehead and one split ear. Lost on Sec. 17. T. 7, R. 18. Apply to Wm. Noguara, liveryman, city 175-4 Hudson's Bay store and Bompas St., a point lace boa- net and trimmings. Please return 1o Mrs. Geo. McNabb, or Herald office and oblige. :176-3 n-r-i brown buckskin pony, brand ed T Compass on right shoulder. Car- ried new halter. Regard for return to Sid. Bussell, Wood St., Lethbridge. J. W. and build- er. Special attention to repair work. Office and residence 612 i Courtland St. Box 1364. 178-26 MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arb'yle Ave.. and Bartlett Phone 244. FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house, on River bottom near new bridge. Best place ir town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price oash. S7 per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. and I. Shops. 178-4 LOANS FAiRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. E. Pattcson, Agent.; buckle attached to a navy blue silk corded belt. Reward given. Room 1, Oddfellow block. 79-i 1 two year old gelling. Re- 1 versible 5 on left jaw. quarter circle i over script A on right hip; Two hind feet and one front foot white. Tail i and mane clipped, and white stripe i down face. Apply J. J. Riley, river bottom. 179-6 S25 the return to my 'place of bay mare branded JFF on right hip, white strip in face, shod. i 1 mare branded FP on right hip and also plus sign'over A on left shoulder i and hip. 1 -bay mare branded MC on All had halters on.; Sec. 15-18-18. 176-1 FOUND One bay horse, branded 5 on left jaw. One brown horse, bnind- FOtJND-On July 1st, a lady's parasol ed NF on left hip. on Baroness Road. Owner oan have same by capnc at N.fc. by calling at Herald office. 70-0 Tp. 13, B. 19. H. Hertick, ;