Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta r i' H-. i thle pulnt to weir on rood of better thin any tthtr julnt rntnufacturtd. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p, tro 2nd Avt. B. PHONE Ml Preserving Strawberries from Washington A var loud to arrive in Lethbridge on Friday anil wo arc gelling a good few of this car. Special price out of iliis for Friday mid Saturday oi'this wook only, per PKESEKVING UERRIES TJKOM CKESTON, B.C., NEXT WEEK THESE ARE THE FINEST PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES THAT COME INTO THE CITY AND WILL BE AT THEIR BEST FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. Besides the berries being much botlcr. the crutes itro larger than the crates. The price are quoting tm tueso for next week is e.vtra low ami would adviso yon placing your order for preserving berries now. CRESTON BERRIES, Percale next BING CHERRIES, 10 Ib. boxet, Friday and Saturday, price per box W.OO NEXT WEEK ROYAL ANN 'and BLACK REPUBLICAN CHERRIES.. .Watch our lld.'s. It will pay you. PHONES: Grocery Dept. SM. Wholesale Dept. 1271. (ce Cream Dept. 627. COMPANY HIGH CLASS IS I CREAM FftUIT AND CONFEC1 WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 8SA. WholtaaU Dept. 1271. lea Cream 827. WEATHER Lethlmilge 89 53 Edmonton SO 50 Kuskatoon..................... S3 55 S3 DO 75' 7ti Nelson................... Winnipeg Red Uattleford............... Brandon Port Arthur.................. Calgary FORECAST Manitoba- warm today and on Friday. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fine and quite warm today and on Friday measures arc feu', apart'from. the ex- 54 4-1 52 58 U 40 50 Fine ami CITY 'AND: DISTRICT Tlie Canadian Order of Chose j Friends will hold a meeting in'.the K j P. hall phis evening at 8 o'clock large attendance is requested. In the case of Gardner vs. Heniing er in the District-Court lernoon t Judge Winter gave judgnien for plaintiff for the sum of ?100 an costs. An opportunity will he afforded, "i'i all interested in Christian Mission tin China, to hear one of the mos prominent workers there. A piibli' meeting will be held iti Knox churcl tomorrow (Friday) evening at cigh o'clock, when Rev. Donald MacGilli vray, M.A., D.D., of speak. Dr.- MacGillivrav has been as signed'by. the Presbyterian church .in Canada special literary 'and transla- tion wbriv in connection with tht I Christian Literature Society o: Ch'na The Right lion Lord Pol- warth is Hon. the.Home Society and the Right the Lore Bibhop of Durham aiw? many other distinguished Christian workers Bon Vice-Presidents. The object of the Eociety is to promote the welfare of China in every phase of its life to permeate society with Christian ideals, and to and educate i Christian community which shall hi the real salt of China. Dr. MacGil- livray's personal -contribution, for the year has been large'and covers a wide range of subjects..The China Mission Year Book of which-he is also editor, has met with much- succass -and finds a ready sale as a reference book Dr MacGilInray will be entertained by the Session of Ivnox church at lunch- eon tomonow evening at the Y JVT 3 1 auditorium at 6 15 and a'l nterested are cordiallv invited. Dr. MacGiIlnray will guc an address then and also at the High school at June Weddings WE ARE THE ORIGINAL HOME FOR PRESENTS. DISHES OF ALL KINDS, ARE MOST ACCEPTABLE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. OUR RANGE COMPLETE. Cut glass, fancy din- ners-are, tea sets. Japanese sets, odd pieces of beauty. goods and We have the lots of them. Some selection here SEE OUR WINDOWS KlftKHAM BROS Phone 556, J.D.HIGINBOTHAM iCO; LIMITED Family i Dispensing Chemlati The Message Of The Violet is contained in HAR-MOST VIOEET SQAP 20c.; the Bar 3 i'Or 50c J. D. Higinbotham. Co., Ltd. !ITY AND DISTRICT af tak- tlie public meeting in the church in' aid of missionary Chita work in BORN Tuesday, June 18Ih to Mr and Mrs R W Barclay, icps 3rd Are., N., a son. Mr and Mrs P M Ramsay, 730 12th St., B.; north, .on 20th inst a daughter BUSINESS LOCALS The I. 0. -0. P. :.will institiKc an encampment lodge tonight, lime 20th, at the i 0 0 F hall All members who have taken these degrees are cordially'invited to be IC1-2 Old papers lor sale at the Herald Ullice J50-Q For quick service, S70 liex Store 13-0 J Q Lcadbelter, etc, Phone lid? yg.Q Lethbridge Turkish Bath parlors Everything new, clean and up-to-date. Courteous attendants and expert mas- seurs cater lo your comfort, nfh St., S. We never close. .Phone HIM, Jack Corngan, one time pilot "of Lethbridge baseball team in the palmy dajs of professional ball, aimed in the city tins morning, and is spend- ing a lew dajs here Supt. Held, of :the electric, depart' mcnt, left y rstrrJay for Boston, where lie will, attend the annual con- vention of electricians. Mr.. Reid will for about three weeks. Charles Fergie, of Monlreal general manager of the Collieries and other large mines, in MILK RIVER EAST NEEDS RAILWAY FARMERS GOING INTO HOGS TO LONG HAUL TO THE RAILWAY "What--tbe farmers east of Milk River need most now Is" said Mr. Merriam, one of the largest of the farmers of that district while In the city yesterday afternoon. Mr. Men-lam stated that the Milk River country had filled -up verj quickly during the past two year and is now becoming a producer be reckoned with. But farming _ miles from a line of railway Is sinecure, and some of the settlers ar becoming somewhat, discouraged tha a railway has not made its appea ance before now. Mr. .Merriam is tired of hauling h wheat 25 miles to market, and ge ting 70 to 75 cents per bushel for "when he gets it there. He states ilia he has killed nine hpraes making, to long haul since he went on his Mil River-ranch, and: tie doesn't propos to do so any more. So .he Is going into mixed farming His to raise horses, cattl and, hogs Already he has 300 hog on his ranch. "Next year this time I will have 70 hogs. t: NQ niore hauling; .wheat fo I figure that it ;is better an haul .5000-.pounds of hog that 25 miles and get gel or than to haul 5000 pounds o wheat and get probably Mr. Merriam gflyg that, 'the crops in the Milk River district which properly seeded are Jn the best o condition., but those which'were mere- ly., scratched in on the stubble wil have .to .take their chances. Howevei taking everything on the whole the south should have a very prosperous year. GRAND PRIZE FOR HAY MAKERS Automatic Buncher Offered as a Pre mium for the best Western Rye Graca Exhibit The advancement in the production of Western Rye-Grass has, beeu.verj marked in the past few years and its advantage 'as a forage crop on the dry-lands-of the prairies has had a tendency not only to increase its pro- duction" but to increase the diversi- fication of farming through Its utiliza- tion by feeding and fatt-aniag stock. To further increase the acreage of western Rye-Grass induce the 'artmers who have been -devoting their entire time to grain to broaden and diversify, a valuable prize has 'been offered in the form of .a 'Walker Hay Puncher, which works automatically and gathers.and bunches the bay be- lind .the mower. This premium has ieen donated to 'the International Products Exposition to held here October 37-2C .by the Valker Manufacturing Company, of lotmcil Bluffs, There promises 3 be a large number of entries in his" class and arrangements have een made for the'demonstration he machine in actual haying opera- Ions in oloie proximity to the t-.t- OBltwn grounds during the week of rived in the city this morning, and "6 spending the day at the collieiieh at Kipp, of Wardner, B, 0., who is associated with the Peter, Lund lumber activities, was in the city today He came here from Clarrs- holm anil reports fine crops in thai district Huilding permits ueic taken out us moining b; IB 1-. llcckcr for a midciice fitli. S., TOUGH ON THIS SHERIFF Si ODD In O .1- Lehmann tor a le- sidenct! on (ith 'Ave., costing-iSLSOfl, and bv the city of Lellibndge fur dd- riitior.H to nirm liai'iis at the. llcniteiv son Park fair grounds. Tjic death ..occurred at Clalt Hospi- labt evening of Gordon Karl DO'MC, vrars, follorting an Has .to Open Bottlev of Beer Drink Wichita, Kan., June many persons would relish the Job of open- than, a dozon bottles of -beer wltlioiit'a sip; but-Sheriff John Mill- baubt, of Wichita, Kan., on. orders from the attorney general of Kansas costing j has an engagement to pr> the paps Phone 866 Ihf for prompt message c.nd br-HRafo Oo to tlic 'Alexandra Hotel Barber Shop in rear of. the. billiard parlors, for firstA uorlf. 0. H Krusp, I'lrop. J85-R 153 0 onriation for lioom, phone G52. Transfe in connection. 1H-0 a Itoiiicsteadcr nrar Milk Kiver, and Ins Minnie Dotiic; had hccn' kmtping house for him- Tho re. mains wt-rc sent early. this morning to DIP family residence Rlylbe, Oiil-irio, accomfanicd. hv deceased's Bister, the funeral will lake place. from J8fOOO bottles without a drink, Sheriff MiUhaubt's job came about through, a compromise between Attor- ney.GeneralDawson and a Cincinnati brewery, Lagt .October a special detective for Governor Stubbs seized two carloads of. beer from Cincinnati. It was or- dered destroyed, .but the company effected an agreement .whereby the ilijuor is lu 'UK iLu ties and cases returned. TCach bottle is to-bs emptied separately by the sheriff. ST. KITT'S MAN DEAD James H. Dolan, half a century a prominent business, man 'tf Cathhrinei, died No Sir! You can't talk me into using any- thing but Heath Milligan Ready Mixed Paint It has all the other makes beaten a used them all and know. "The Yellow Gan for Mine." Stafford-Agnew Go. "If you live out oi town, write us." Plan for Comfort and Convenience We Perfection Blue Flame Oil Stoves Refrigerators Hammocks t i Screen Doors and Windows Electric Irons Electric Toasters The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER iTH ST. AND 4TH AVE.. LETHBRIDQE. Hayr Hdw. Co. Sixth Street South Everything for Kitchen Ware OUU STOCTK IS JUST UNPACKED; MOST UP-TO-DATE PIE PLATES, EACH...............25c. JELLY MOULDjS, EACH............ WEARS A PERFECTLY Frictionless Babbit Metal "THE METAL THAT NEVER FAILS'; THE STANDARD FOR A QUARTER OF A CENTURV INSIST ON GETTING "FRICTIONLESS" INSURES BEST RESULTS AT MODERATE COSTS DISTRICT. MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. J. B. TURNEY COMPANY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Mill Municipal Contractors and Builders Phonet 755 ind 175S Lelhbrldge, Alberta j 124B 2nd Ave. ;