Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 30.1011. THE LETIIBRIDGE'lbAILY HERALD ,-THE, -.'-I International Cafe AND Ice Cream Parlor Raspberries......................25c box Preserving .Straw berries..........15c bcx Per Cherries.................25c and 30c box Perorate 42.13 Peaches ................40c and ,50c Apricots.....................-... 15c doz. Plums doz. Bananas ........................30c doz. Oranges..................30c and 50c doz. Lemons........................43c doz, Cantaloupes .............20c and 25c each Watermelons .6c Ib. Mushrooms..................... 25c ]b. Tomatoes ...........25c Ibs. for 45c Cucumbers 25c-30c each Green Onions, Radishes, Lettuce, 6 bunches for .25c ICE CREAM The Beat In The City Private Booths For Ladies IfilHUIHUCIB WITH UI BUCK. OMIIO NOT SWEEP FIOOH. tf OMW'I Klifiwy Mb Itii bard to do houMwork with a weak find aching back. f Baekaeha eomM from Bi'ck kidney, wblt a 1st of trouble sick kidneyi c's-use. But they ptn't help It. If more work b put on them than they can stand it is not to be wondered taey get out of order Weak back in Ginjply warning from the kidneyi and should be attended to Immediately BO u to avoid years of terrible Buffering from kidney trouble Mrs N. Larmour, Smith's Falls, Ont, writes take pleasure in writing you, itating the benefit I have received by using Doan's Kidney Pills About a year ago I waa terribly afflicted with fame back and was bad I could not even sweep my own floor I was ad- vised to try Doan's Kidney Pills, nhich I did, and the greatest benefit I only used three boxes I am ns well M ever I highly recommend these pills to any sufferer from lame back or kidney trouble" Pnce 90 cents per box, or 3 for tl 25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T Milburn Co Limited, IWonto, Ont If ordering direct specify "DoanV MINERS' STRIKE MAY END AT BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK (Continued from Front FIRE BEGAN jN A NOVEL WAV- Water in Fresh Put Shed at j Bow Jiland on Fire Medicine June atruck the Presbyterian church at Winnifred last nfgbt but beyond knocking the chimney down and up- setting; the and pipes no dam- age was done A big shed belonging to the Pioneer yUimbfir company at Bow Island wai destroyed through water reaching fresh Hme during last'nlgbt'B storm. Both .Sldea June statements asked by Chairman Gordon of the con- ciliation we re presented this afternoon to him .by the operators, attd tho.miners.. When board met in the morning Clem Stubbs, of the era' committee, said they-had their report as to.wages complete but not regarding working conditions. The operators, through T is Stockett, said their complete report was ready. The chairman preferred ,to have the whole reports in ibefore they were considered. They' adjourned until the afternoon." After >the reception of the reports the committees were ed until tomorrow. In the meantime the board will read the reports to Bee if. the margin of differences is I no great to.- be overcome by settlement Defore the bnard given ita decision. What Operators May Do Calgary, June Is reported .here on-'good authority that the mine operators will open their, mines juat as soon as the report of the! concilia- tion board IB given, whether it is ac cepted the miners or not. They do not say that they will accept life ver- dict of the boaid, but they open .the mines and let any man work who .wants to. They have lieve that a large percentage of the striking miners are anxious to get back to work and.will return whether the union officials give them sion or not. This action will'be tak- en not onl> because the mine operat ors ;do not want to lose.; any more money toy" the .continued Idleness of the mines but because thev recognize that there will be a scarcity of coal this winter if the mines doinot HARVEST WILL BE BIGPROBLEM Executive of Associate Board of Trade Discuss Situation There wan not a very of the axecuttve of the Associated Hoards of Trade of Southern. Alberta present at called fur laet evening. Dr. -Leech, of Taber, the pre- sident, presided. The chief topic of dlicuBsIoii was the problem of getting tile wheat crop marketed thin fall, it was pointed out that the elevator ca- pacity at the different points In the district was -totally inadequate to handle the crop that Is expected harvested. Moreover, the probable heavy rush of coal, If the mines are started again by that time, will tend to make the shortage of care a serious matter. The executive also'dlicuiied the nuttier of setting a HUP ply of farm hands to assist In the harvest. A large number of extra men will be re- quired from outfllde if the crop IB to be harvested in good shape. The secretary waa instructed to write to the different towns asking for a conservative report of the acreage under crop, the estimated crop, Ahe present elevator capacity and the ele- vator capacity required to handle the crop. These figures will be placed before the railway and com- panies, to induce them forth special efforts to meet the situation. He will also find out the number of harvest hands that will be needed ami an effort twIH be made to get the C. P. R. to 'bring one of the harvest ex- cursion farther 'west than Olooae Jaw. Winnifred. Bow Island. Warner, 'Monarch. Lethbridge, Carmangay, Ta- ber. Irvine and Barons Boards of Trade have already paid their dues and several others are, bringing the matter up at .their next monthly meeting. The appointment of a permanent secretary was left over until the next meeting Thg C. P R will be aiked to issue transportation for the acting secretary. CARDSTON NEWS Another storm begun laat a mild and gentle rain. We are juat getting rid of the surplus moisture-be- fore the coming holidays. A party was given last evening, at the home .of Mr. and Mrs. -M. .A. Coombs in 'honor of Mrs. Win. Bigelow by the primary officers. All report a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Blgelow and family are remov- ing'to Glemvdod and the board of prim ary officers deemed it a fitting occa- sion to remember her by a social gathering in her honor. Big celebrations are being prepared at Leavitt on the 7th, -HH1 Spring.on the 3rd and Glenwood oh the 4th. Baseball games of the local league will be leading features of each day. Much Interest is being manifested In each settlement in the events to be pulled'off. At Kimball there will be a 'big celt on the 1st in which Aetna and Taylorville will, unite Cardston must go it alone this year, save-for Magralh and Lethbridge visitors. But all will doubtless enjoy themselves If only "the weather permits." Tlve Pojmlar CitglisK Cigarette. A. E. HUMPHRIES OVEN A NEW APPOINTN0H start turning out' the Ply. necessary supT WILL BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A GLASS OF (Continued from Front J SPEY ROYAL JJ POM IT AT THE BAR- KEEP IT IN YOUR HOME Wine tV Spirit Co. from now on the immigration depart- ment will lie husy compiling statis- tics so that men may be distrib- uled .so us to.give the best service More than'likely the secretutics of of Trade will be.called upon to help to furnish these stalls tics, as it is thought that by tl.io method the. depart men f will he en- abled io gain true mfoimation of the exact number needed in Mr Humphries' states that in cane of a shortage of men it mill be al- most-impossible to make up the short agu hv hiinging in men from the British Isles JIK has been done in oth- er -.ears The reason for this in Ihe fact, (hat passage for months from British ports have been booked. Last month immi- grants, lef.t -British porfs, is in excess of Utc.number ever handled in any previous month. MAYOR DUMAS IS UNCONCERNED Though Evidence Marks Him as a Scoundrel Bemidji, June- in the extreme was the evidence of Martin Bchan, the wounded yeggman, at the preliminary hearing of Dr. Dumas, mayor of Cass Lake.. He told how he and Mike'Davis-planned with the mayor for the. ;robbcry and burning of the post office building at Pupos- 'T jky. As his story was told, the col- 1 or came to the face of the accused Told Her 8fw Old Not flaw A Hut Of fad Hood Body, Mrs Doa.the P Cormier, Middle Sack- TUle, "In spring of WM all run down, and the doctor told me 1 had not a pint of.good blood in my body. I took different remedies fcojm doctors, but they did not seem to do any good. After having taken a lot of different other of meaicine, and they djd not seem to benefit I was almost m despair and did not know what