Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOt FOUR LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY. MARCH 20, 1109. BUCHANAN GETS AFTER FALSE REPORTS (Continued from Front Page.) tell the mun who wrote thorn that is si malicious liur." Shortly after delivering his address i .Mr. Bucharmu had to leave the hall i to keep another engagement. Labor candidate. W. A. Buchanan, was made to draw, if possible. tho; M. KITCH1E A the Liberal candidate, and publisher labor man from mo, and is made bv, .M. Kitchie opened tbe meetiue of the Herald handled these articles! a paper jealous of the prosperity arid and referred to imperfections in the and the person who wrote them in a'progress of the Herald. (Applause. 1 j Compensation Act, technical educu- gentlenianly way but without gloves.! "The understanding in the Press- tion and the inelllciency he saw in When dealing- vilJi the matter 31r. I men's Union is that there is to the Jtleruld. Buchanan was repeatedly applauded. three feeders to every pressman, and i C. ives. having u meetinxr of his' jfather men. CHAN VV Mr Buchanan His ruetjbod of dealing with such tac- this rule is carried out by me. TJ oxvii in the North a letter tics evidently won the approval ami. may say that my men. are indicant, f which was read by A. E. Ives. The esteem of the gathering of workincr- at this'report and have come to me j letter stated that the statement in land their disapproval of i the editorial in yesterday's Herald TH1VGS i il- have mv men. at my back when headed "W. C. Ives in Dr. Jekvll was given 1 the statement in regard to j anil -Mr. Hyde" were absolutely false mv office. I have conducted a busi- arid that so far as ho knew union JANE CABLE GEORGE DARK McCUTCDXOM. Etc. Copyright. by Dodd. Company. cordial reception when introduced b audience and he was frequently inter- rupted by their applause. On this; say the same. j subject he j THE SECOND OXE ALSO j "Mr. Chairman and "There was another item in the certaiulv affords me much pleasure tt> same paper tonight, which, thev contracts wore awarded. THE LABOR CANDIDATE 3lr. ilcXabb opened bis address xvith a chaliemre to the-other candi- be present this evening with the work- would have us believe was meant for j dates as to who knew the needs of ing men of Lethbridge and I thank ilr a joke. This was in the news col-, the citv of Lethbridge best. He com- McNabb for -the kind invitation ex-' umn of the Lethbridg-e News and was j demned importing men to assist in quick steps toward the door. He checked himself suddenly with the re- membrance that his sou had turned against him the uight before, and his face hardened. Graydou found him standing stern and unfriendly before the steam radi- ator In the darkest corner of tht room, his hands behind his back. The young man plumped down heavily in his fa- ther's desk chair. ''Why didn't you come home last tended to me. i must complinieat: written for the purpose of maktnir election campaigns. He again spoke i demanded tbe other, him on the verv fair manner in which; the labor man bel.ieve that the Liber- warmly about how the bi-weekly pay he has conducted his campaign al party is endeavoring to organize j bill was treated and in favor of the dejectedly "I hated the thougnt of it." he an- the attitude has taken towards the Chinese' of this city. I do not government earryiupr in! r Jfttf the SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receire in and voice production. Alto for Ballad Oononta, At UTHERFORD IVlVERS and 1 VAILWAYS..... To the Electors of the Constituency of Lethbridge: appeal to you with confidence as a straight supporter of the Rutherford Liberal Government of the Province of Alberta for your votes and influence on the 22nd day of March, 1909. ..I was duly nominated by a representative Convention of accredited Liberal delegates from all parts of the District at the City of Lethbridge, on the'.2nd Day of March, and I have received- the enthusiastic endorsement of the north, south, east and wegt of the Lethbridge District. In-casting your vote on the 22nd March, you will either approve oi the Railway policy of the Rutherfgrd Govern- ment by voting for me, or you will turn down this policy by voting against me. You should have no difficulty in making your choice. The Rutherford Government has guaranteed the bonds of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and the Canadian Northern Railway to Lethbridge and south through the district to the boundary, and if you elect me you endorse this policy and the Government, and have the assurance of these lines in your district within three years. In supporting me you will also endorse the of the Rutherford Government in the matter of Education, Taxa- tion of Railway Lands, Taxation of Railway Companies, promo- tion of agricultural interests, and the policy for the upbuilding of the farming industry, and the securing of markets and transportation for the farmers' products. In conclusion, as a practical farmer, I appeal to you to vote for me, and bring your neighbor to the poll on the 22nd day of March, 1909. Yours respectfully, J. H. RIVERS, Liberal Candidate for the Lethbridge District. GOD SAVE THE KING Pattitrt SettloiHl loma Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- s'cni. Prospective builders would do well to writt me before deciding on house S. A. Spencer MHTwIIUUK, ffi j I ii ;