Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

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) - October 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta brtiLV HERAL'D, MONDAY, OCTOBER II TWO Tb. Daily Herald I Ettablishfd IW? Pushed by the Daily Herald Priat- Co., Ltd., -every Iwrful eyenmg 2 ite office, fcound St., Lethbridge. FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In ?OMK GiPPicc: LONDON. ENGLAND i ftraocB, Sua liulWlni. Toronto. H. M. Blackburn. Manager. (j'V BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBR IDGE, ALTA. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Director and Edito Subscription Rates -j uiie delivered Daily! months; delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, deUvereo Daily, one year, by mail Daily, sis, mouths, by mail Oaily1 three months, by mail icidrmsei changed as often iked but both new :uust be given. WEEKLY 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 i de- summary o week, local in advance months, in advance oitnthi, in advance THE DAILY HERALD .75 .50 4 Co., j. 4 Co.. U. E. J. Mitchell. D. L. BrC8' Co. Creak- UcCret. au tlit 01 present time what is taking at the recent when Mr. Joyiison- successfully opposed in Northwest Mancliester ho Rathbun Star Portland Cement Under Dairy Farm vary hard I'-T men are bu are quite MISS HARRIMAN A FARMER _____ i4> Has Farm of About Acres, j ft j or car load v' I at the right We have a special brand at a bottle. 'bracing toruc. Get a-bottle now at splendid The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, phone 445 Prescription Specialist. Nsjht Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. amongst Even so brief knows the Under an agreement o.-ing iVeted for the management oi the K. H. Harriman estate, Miss Mary Har-j riman. the dead magnate's eldest un- married child, will become the great- est woman farmer in the United if not in the world. She now -than Lord Rosebery's virtually-has control of Arden Farm., from one is worth 0{ the trend, Qf acros. speech of public opinion. L. Reinecke. Tugham. F. Werts. SUNDAY SCHOOLS It recognized in Lethbridge as place else thai, one of the of the education of the man is his educa- tion.. For many years the principal meani of getting and giving this edu- ction has baen the Sunday school 10 tlitt it has become one of the jreAieit institutions in every com- movement' has spread mntil ioday the International Sunday iehool. Association- is ..the in the world, OUR POINT OF VIEW of Earl Grey at the had the right eneral is a the highest ideals andj Harriman, us was the wish of 'sense" in proportion, J to the state for a gre-a He is just about lha "in These acres aro heavily wooded, anrl i -la will not be beaten at any- -conUm several lakes- of marked nat- An active volcano is beauty The speech cornerstone laying ring. The governor statesman with common Acres in Cultivation, are nO-.v under actual cultiva- tiou at Ardea approximately j tu-rc-s. The bulk of the huge farm js j waste lami. Most oi this, or about j acres, will be donated by her pub- 11 The Befitle? Co. lti.1 3BC UTHS8I8GE ideal of a parki Park Lands Heavily Wooded. This will leave 3 verv self-con-; Harriman at" A r den alone ed lately. mistook one R. shops moving Macleocl.- It was when it from Lethbridge to on the- big Th oi greatest having whbin its ranks over twenty-six mil- is. frying to send to the newspapers reminding tntm that thw have said nothing about lions of people, all actively identified with it. Thl primary object of the Sunday ishooUs the teaching of the Bible in a way that the principles there- may incorporated into the and characters of' the students. The idea that it is an institution for the little children of poor people j with which it started something over 1 hundred years ago, has vanished tAd today the schools include young and old, rich and poor, men and wo- of all sorts and conditions. Prom the earliest times of its his- tory Lethbridge 'has had its Sunday ichools. The people have taken a rery considerable interest in them. week, however, that interest promises to be rery greatly increas- ed. Sunday school is something upon which ail denominations can mnitt and this week will witriess the joining of all the denominations of tht in the work of finding out the religious affiliation, if any, of y person in the city. The Angli- Hethodists, Baptists, Salva- tion Army, Eoman Catholics and the Presbyterians are uniting in this wort and have divided the city up themselves to carry it out. No doubt the work carried on will a great impetus to Sunday efforts in the city and ulti- mately result in the development of tattar manhood and womanhood in the city. la today's issue the Herald has irroted a sood deal of space to this work, for it is one in which the great majority of the people are already interested more or less and in which it is quite likely nearly everybody will have an-'interest before the week is passed, t.inr-d countrv, nothing in the way farm of 14.000 acres to care for. Al- 7 or has been left together she will have supervision of of bcencr> r OUT-_____ A Real Worker. hive bf-en report-; Already she has taken hold of tlie j Several mirage. ;task. wilh characteristic Harriman saw the C. P. energy and skill. She is directing- per- sonally the unfinished work of road-1 making, the terracing of hills, land- j scape gardening, etc., just as had been planned by herself and father jointly. In a smart trap drawn by high-stepping cob, she -daily drives j over the farm, giving instruction in detail to the foreman of nearly four hundred men at work. One Branch Paying-. The Ard'e'n Farms 'Dairy Company, a corporation with a capitalization of has her special care. It is now a paying concern, and' it is Miss Harrlman's desire to increase its dividends for the coming year. The dairy products arc -derived from 350 registered cows. The butter is sold even.- day in bulk in New York City under contracts. Variety of Crops. On the now under cul- tivation a variety of crops are rais- protest of the National Council against the hangin Mrs. Kobinson .is justiBed. the husband who. should be li It. is-said that Theodore-Roosevelt hhu for some weeks. The silence is irksome. Will some enterprising person offer a prize the cor- rect number of religious denomina- tions the religious census will show? BRITISHER FOUND DEAD IN GASHOUSE DISTRICT Of New York Results of Black- jacking. New -York, Oct. The World this morning says: Talbot Mundy, until recently district commissioner of Fort Florence, British East Africa, is dying in Bellevne hospital as the result of a black jacking he received last night in the heart of, the no- torious gas house district of the East Side. A watchman employed in the gas house on east 19th street between Avenues C and D, called police head- quarters last night and said .that a man was lying on the walk -uncon- scious. At Bellevue it was found that the man was suffering from fracture of the skull. ISfot a penny was found on his person. After a while he was able to give his address in the city. There his told the police that her husband was formerly connected with the Lon don Daily Mail and had been seek- ing employment here. Yesterday he cashed a note for and last oven- ing two men called. They invited Mundy out with them. While .he was gone a third man came and rob- ed. The principal ones are corn, oats, wheat and rye. Considerable truck gardening is -done, too, onions being a specialty of this branch of the Ar- den farm productions. It is said to be Miss Harrunan's intention to bring at least another thousand acres at Arden under cultivation this year. Xot Strong iliss Harriman, on Society, from early hood, has -been extremely fond of HOUSES FOR SAL E HOUSES FOR RENT CHOICE LOTS 'IN THE SUSiME-SS DISTRICT Jnst. pur rni the FIRE LOANS Hatch oons FARM LANDS AND .CITY Phone 159 Oliver Block JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 30? Crabb street; Phone 455." G. DeC. O'QRADY, Jr. Agent. Autos Overhauled Tf your automobile needs overhaul lag this winter, do not forget that the1 Standard Garage' can do it. All our work is fully guaranteed. StafitlBrd'Garage Co; Phone 343. Wood St. country life. particularly She has never cared for society. AlUioubh. bed her of her watch. The made arrest inthe case. reared .in the circle of the "Four she has preferred to da- vote herself to a more serious career. For several years she has actively an- ticipated in settlement work in the! city. Among her icost notable chari- ties is the steamship in the East River. Tn fac-e and form she is a really beautiful yotinof woman. Her com- plexion glovrs with robust health. Her accomplishments are many. She is both a musician and a linguist. It is said that she even has learned to converse in Japanese. She is twenty- five years old, but does not look to be twentv. Ready for Business Oor stock of New jmd Secdiid hand Furniture. Stoves and Heaters is 'now complete. Don't forget -we 'sell at EASTERN PRICES We or Exchange The Golden West Furniture Store Baroness. Road, beside the Arlington Hotel Bryan Block Phone 425 ftpply: The SOUTHE3K KLBEfiTII INVESTMENT CO. Just nrriven at Stook Yards 40 Mares and Geldings CARDS M 3? Ofi. w. S; Surgeon, Accuucher. Hours- 9 a.m., i-3; 7.8 p.m. Office path St. Phone 68. DOCTORS MEW8URN AND DtANi: -Redpath Street A.m.. 2.3. DR A. Block. Crabb. McNALLY-Office Stafioro Kesideijoe oor. Bouipaa 106 Phone: Ofloe iTT; ft. J- E. Surgeon; Accoucher, Oddtillowi lilock. 9 11 to I to 5, 7 to, 8. Phone. night. 342. X F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, 0. A. TAYLOo M.D., C.M ist. Eye, Ear, How .nd Thro.t Stafford Block. Lethbridje, Alu Office Hours-9.30-ia a.m.. M p.ra DR. GARNET T. IVES- GraSuate Royal Coriek Tor0nto- 8 obck, Rooms 6 and a. 'MISS G.A.DAINTY-Oradttate a prlrl Wallwork COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nui coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDrNQTON Phone 261 City Agent. Coal, Ice and PRAYING "Westera'TVaasfer Co. LONft 'BROS. Proprietors- ONE: S3 CARBONATED BEVERAGES supplied bj tis are always of the highest and uniform quality, "giv- ing the greatest anaoimt of satis- -I faction to the consumer. They can be relied upon as being abso- lutely pure in all respects, of the most delicious flavors, properly charged with gas. and. so carefully bottled as to insure perfect fresh- ness and effervescence It wili pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. trade with us. 242-26 Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital s to- ?3.00 per day. per day. per day, Treatment' Young MUSfC JOHANNES H. Pil -f Henri Verhruggen. of "a Carl Sunms, of Berlin -High Class Scotch specialty.. Open for qtuHs coucertB. etc. For ply clo Royal OollJeries. LetbbrM, P J M A O C M Toront- Conservatory of Music; Gold Med- ahst Ontario Conservatory of'Mus- 1C' -w.hitby, is prepared to -'accepi a limited number of pupils .in vo.c. culture and piano instruction engagements accepted 4d- dress People's Drug Store West- -.Road. P. Q. Box" 1843 rhone 445. LEGAL.' JOHNSTONE RITCHiE-Barnr and solicitors. Office adjoin- mg-Tjmon Bani, Lethbridge. L M Johnstoae; J. Noi-map SIMONS r C. and Notaries., Moaty to K-zu, simmonE S. J. p.. F. f. CONYBEARE; K.C., o c L Barrister, Solicitor. Etc Oonyueare Block, UthbrHtr- A berta. Financial Agents Brokers. FiscalAgo! for HA. j. MACDOW3ALL Solicitor. Notary. ffrd Blk All Standard Stcxcka ri'andiedi HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, p. G. i Hi- H> 3u- toSiieries Lid. -t licitor, Office "Acadia Lethbridge, Alta. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. LODGE WILL REVOLUTIONIZE THE ZINC INDUSTRY PETITCOD1AC RIVER FLOODS MONCTON ASQU1TH STRENGTHENED is a in who are trying to satisfy them-i that the Asquith government in Greai Britain is losing ground. They loud in their proclamation of- .defect-ions from the Liberal while any record of men leav- Ihe other side to support the jOY-ernmont and tlie Llody-George budget seems to knock them speak- jrad they cannot, say anything it. If were counted up it would ,sho7r tJiat ther? are more members of parliament and promin- leaving the opposition than thera are severing their support the government. Jifot only is there t defection among the prominent men but what 5s still more important, the Totem in the general rank and file the electorate are flocking to the of the government. London Spectator, -which 13 ijwmfly opposed to protection, pub- following etatement from T. Robertshair, a pro- occupation and bring me irftb contact witii large numbers of Trorkingmen different 'political opinions, and from my; observations I am convinc- a general election were fought..on the budget would overwhelmingly vote in favor of it. Therefore I believe it behooves the -.Conservative party not to force election which would "be run eole- iy on this iseue. As a tariff reform- I naturally wish my party to enter into power at the earliest possible wioment, but I fear that to rush an at the present time, and on trotild be fatal. As to Marshes along the re broken all along Moncion, N. B., Oct. Today's tide iu the Petticodiac River was highest since Saxby gale of October 4, J8G9. Great damage has done river. Dykes the river be- tween Monct-on and eight or tfin miles above there. Neary every bit of marsh land between Hillshore and Mono.ton was under water at high water today and damagr- will amount to thousands of dollars. The marshes suffered greatly. In Moncion all the narrow escape from drowning. Son of Senator Clark Has Discovered a "Wet Process" Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. A. Clark, son of ionner Senator Clark of Montana, returned to Los Angeles yesterday -with the announcement that he had succeeded in revolution- ising the zinc industry of this coun- try. Mr. Clark says that he has at last proved that zinc can be extri- cated from zinc ores in such quan- tities that foreign competition here- after will be eliminated from the country. Comparing the present pri- ces of copper. 12 cents, with that of wharves were submerged and all low j zinc extracted from the mine. Elm levels along the river were submerg- Orly. Clark said tho value of zinc to ed. A little girl playing at the golf i the miners already amounts to 20 links got into deep water and had a He say-; he has learned that 'Vet process" which formerly had been used only on an experimental It will pay you to trade with us. j was the only mean? of getting Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26' out of zinc other valuable metals. The Greatest Possible Benefit Is derived from your Doctor's prescriptions when dispensed by our Prescription Specialist. Your doctor sitns to pi'it all is knowledge, skill, and experience into your prescription. You vrant it filled right, and that is our specialty. Family and Homo recipes also receive our greatest care and attention. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell Redpath Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. J! Lake i i i 1 1 to the rush for B.C. Fruit Mr. Freeman, who has just returned from taking a party over the lands, will leave again with another party on Tuesday morning, V October 5th. Anyone wishing to join this party will get particulars at the Company's Office, Lethbridge Hot 1 1 I i j Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc._n a, Land burveyor. irngati-u drauhc kngineer. Soom 5 v Block. Phone- 205 Sons of England Benefit Society ARCHITECTS AND VM. T- ney Block. Late of M-'els in ihc trv tirg; and. the month at Uddfedllows' Hall third Wednesday 6 p.m. For full Fred T, Robin! ox: 57. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY -Meets Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. j Club room open, evening 7.30 to 110.30, Sunday eicepted. j All Scotsmen welcome. A; L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 320. Pres. orethrcri Meets Isi and M o n'cl ays in K. of P Hall at "o'clock. Visiting j cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. GUS NEJDIG, Imperia] Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Reserve Fund D. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Vice-President. of Corpornticus, Municipalities, Merchants. Farmers and Private invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of 11.00 oud upwards received and mtCT- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE W, R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St.. beside Bentley's Store. .r. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridfe. Regular meeting night, third Thursday of each month" :u the HalL P. 0. Block, at s p.ui. Visiting brethren wfll receive a hearty A. O. Messer, W.M. G. .V. Storkey. P. O. Box 6S7, Modern Woodmen of America L.-shbridge Oamp No. 13689. Meers in the Oddfellows Hall every secoDfi and fourth Wednesday of the Visiting neighbors will al- i ways receive a hearty welcome. icillor. C. L. Grifflth; Banker. 'Oielraou; N. B. Block JAS: Macdocaiij Block Lethbridge aim M. -r Lethbridgs. Firenrr-It nig-, iieatiutr aiui uon. Ernest K. Cam-K ii'B A" M.H.A.. A.A.J.C.. -Kic Lethhridga..Office. Kiyat HI x-k-- N uursing by d a v or week, Mrs. g. E. Gray, at Mrs J L. 314 Cu tbill Si nouse ofi Redpath. or Phone 37: 8E. .builder, f tree. jin-l alieratioui H apecialiy 'Tern porary office. City or -Box 355 City Drafi- uian 2 and contractor. cheerfully- giveu. If you -runt t. see..our new idows in let us show you. Thi-y v-t anything. P O. T WILLTAM WATTS-Huii.fe: tractor, is tr. mates free of oir- kiiio- work in .the. .builjjng ing., repairs, Tv-x Lethbridge. IERBERT RAMSDEN-C ritracf r KT foundations, concreu- ments 'and kiriiJ.- workr Terms reasotihbif Esli mates cheerfully ziv'n Apply Boi 630. City. UNDERTAKING ADDISON fa.3-r takers and EiobalmPTs Thf established business the city Phone 102. nnd rt-aj 321 Crabb St Parlors '-Ui and 'night. T. S. Di RECTOR AND riages and equipment IP-' ui to date. Parlors opposite tire ball Open .-day nrghi. HI. P. 0. Box 493 ;