Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
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: 6

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) - September 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MRK FOTTI THK LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 1, letbbiribje Tfoevalb Xetbbnbfle, Hlbcrta OAILV AND WCEKtY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, deliverefl, por year..... by nail, per j'cor...... I-00 by mail, per W TELEPHONES. Business OiUCQ Editorial Oiiica........... W. A. Sucnnnnn John Torranco tanaf-'ia? iJirt-c'.rr Musiaesi Manager Harry K. Thaw ordored -to now suits off Ms tailor at pfUMnirg cost- ing And to tltliik thut'u U. S. jury had the audacity to doclarathut The excursion to Raymond should have obliterated nny attack of blues citizens muy have guttering from. Tho very lluest crops were to bo seen from train and automobile. Tho Let Jib ridge farm exhibit at the fall faira is very help- ful. Especially valuable are the dis- plays of insect posts. A. study of ihoso' displays should be extremely 1 beneficial to Hie farmers. When a Fellow Tries to Cut Out Smoking Hun victory, despatches tell us. Their least is a secondary considera- lion to the roast they will set from indicated the mass of the American people, armies are j Just wait for Koosevolt to ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Yesterday's drspau-hes that ihe main Russian being withdrawn from the ever-tight- jfiay them. ening circle of Teutonic out groat loss. The are Raymond prows skyscraper com. pressing their advance through Po-'nome 01" the exhibits were so tall land to Rust-hi proper, and Grodna, Ysiat if ex-Mayor got into the the last Polish fortress, is being i JH'M where they were taker, from he In while tlie j would have to use a stop ladder to main offensive appears to look out over the (op oi the corn, ne succcssAU, the Russians have ad-j That is nor u jest but the genuine H. -.'Seek to the pursuers i truth. a; one or two j Italians have troops on the j The Welsh coal strifed is settled Gallijioli peninsula, whore again, ami we hope for good. An- is iu progress. Very little j other strike may mean drastic mea- lic'vs is forthcoming as to operations euros. Britain is getting impatient on this front. jover these strikes at this critical Tlie Turro-Bulgarian treaty under j period. This is the time when we which Ltulgnria is Relieved to iiave'should cast all differences aside un- guaranteed its neutrality in the war til victory is won. to Turkey, is said to have been a'-- ready siecetl. The Teutons are mass- Alberta's fairs might bettor be ins troop? the Roumanian bor-'heJiil iu October. It is usually a beau- tier, and continue to, Iirinc p: month and farmers are not so to bear on Hist country to obtain con- busy. Fairs ia the latter part of Fein to Mi? peHsage of immiUons August and early September find the tiirough 10 Turitey. i farmers actively engaged in harvest- ing and' they cannot very well spare the time to leave the fields. MR. LEMIEUX A A TRUE BRITISHER It is amusing to find certain of the Raymond and Magrath have de- Conservative newspapers express hor-1 "Crated tnat be ror at the suggestion that their party in Southern Alberta. The es- was linked up with Bourassa in 1911. j perimental farm has a fine crop this When they find that they cannot The da? is not far dis' away from the charge they turn round !tant when Southern Alberta may be and attempt to make out that Hon, Rising all the fruit, large and small. Rodolphe Lemieux has been spreEd- required for home consumption. ing dissension amongst the French- Canadian people of Quebec. It ap- Ontario, newspapers Intimate a pears that Mr. Lemieux denied that scarcity of potatoes in that province. there was to be conscription in Can- Southern Alberta will have a heavy aria, and the Conservative press at- j surplus and efforts should be put tempts to lead people to believe through the proper sources to j this denial was made with a view to Place our potatoes on the eastern j crc-ating the impression that the HOT- market. -We .-have the beat potatoes j emment at' Ottawa had intended tojProduGeti the country and now is adept conscription, thus placing theithe time to bid the Ontario mar- responsibttity for the conscription preposition upon the Conservative Now, as a matter of fact, the conscription talk was started in Que- bec by a couple of speakers who were participating in a recruiting and naturally, the French people were very much aroused over the suggestion that conscription was -Bur NOW THAT YOU'VE PROVED YOU CAN YOUE PiPC.JIR.1. .V I FOUND IT IN TH'WASTE ait NIQK" WANT TO-tVHAT5 H'urEori-f-M A MARTYR C-? MY PGDE LIL' PLANT3'.'.'. H' INJECW ABE EATW'EM ALIVi: CAETOON BY HAERT MOTEB. THOSE-FLANDERS FLIES RICKED UP IN THE FUSV MAN The A. JIacricnald Co. is building a new- warehouse at Saskatoon. John D. Long, McKinley's secre- tary of the U. S. Navy, died at Bos- Jamts Thompson of Gait, was iously hurt when the auto in which he was riding was overturned. Hillaire Belloc, the noted military expert, has accepted the invitation of the French Government to make a tour of the allies' Hues in France. Miss Mina McGrath of Port Dal- housic, was instantly killed in an automobile accident at San Fran- cisco. Reginald Holland, nine years old, was killed at Carruthers' Point, neat Kingston, by falling on a load of pitch- thc. father ton. S hay, his face striking upon Ales. Stewart, a pioneer oi Arte- j fort. The following very clever rhyme is deafl in lli5 eightieth year John A Carrick' has been handed to the Herald by! Italy is to assume control oi all j Lol. J. J. possible. In denying that there was A- L. Gesgie. U was written in munition plants in that-kingdom. a mernntr m TOT n q any likelihood of conscription, SIr. the trenches by Jas Dodd who was j Washington hears Australia wW; He had been T at time enlistment the young-1 impose an income tax to. meet wari I u it, Sanli Lemieux followed exactly the sameUst elder of Rev. Mr. Geggie's Tor-! j in real estate business iu_faamt course adopted by Mr. Casgraln, a onto _church. He is with tne Cana- faTm shows FIFIY OF GRAIN GUI AI Fl meinber of the Borden government j dian Field Artillery. Never at any time was the insintia- On Active Servire at the Front, Ohio farm census horses, the greatest o! any total ex- tion made by Mr. Lemieux that the Conservative government contemplat- ed conscription. Mr. Lemieux is a French-Canadian, and the Montreal Mail, a Conservative pa- per, only recently gave him credit for. making the best recruiting "speeches that have yet been heard in the province Quebec, For months Mr. Lemieux has been devoting time- to making speeches'in Quebec, urging that French-Canadians should dp" their part in assisting Great Bri- tain in the present crisis. Our Conser- vative friends cannot get away from Mr. Bourassa by trying to make the people "believe that Liberal leaders are in liie class. Bourassa is in the Nationalist class, and we all know the party the 'Nationalists support at July cept that of 1911. plnlantbropist _ mil- Alta-, Aug. lent hnn'est weater still prevails in this district, and at least 50 per cent, of the grain is now in the shock. Late grain is maturing rapidly, and there will be practically no interruption in and Fort cutting operations. The rains during i the middle of the month did no dam- age beyond delaying cutting' for a A Dominion government expert of d Clares no silver in the Fondj Taken whole> the year of Ste. Marie, Port Arthur William with his son. De Lac country on Lake Athabasca. White House in my said Sen- cause them to desist from huzzingin. Windsor and u r. and out of your-ears or round your j Q d will co-operate- to In ract the warrants t- t for patriotic me in saddling Pegasus, and here is putp04s The New York .Central railway has Cornell professors lecturing on pota- to growing in New York state. Under the eugenic marriage law. Wisconsin marriages decreased from in 1913, to in 1914. Hobt. Fisher, of South Monogban, at one time warden ot the counties of Northumberland and Durham, died recently. Over American machinists are said to have gone to Great Bri- tain to work in the munition iactor- OUR POINT OF VIEW YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED YOU THIS VERY MOMENT. Hammond should have had its cen- taken yesterday. Providence is certainly favoring the farmers with perfect harvest upoo. It could not be improved Most of the south country wheat -will be safely in the stook by the end oE the week. Cheer up Mr. Pessi- mist A thirty-fire bushel arerage for Southern Alberta's wheat, crop would turn the attention of the whole NorUt American continent In this di- rection. Lethbridge gave rousing support to the Raymond fair and tbe people of Raymond did not hesitate to show Uieir appreciation. Raymond and Lethbridge have always bean on the beat of terms and this year's sup- port of the fair boards. Tilu ajijile display is deaovviuy of I mention. Jumus Mo'ulnim j wag thy chiei1 exhibitor, and liia col- lection {lUnu'ted attention. Thn j fruit n resent eil cienii, well-formed appearance, firm and of vury In facl, they wore nurjnr.l in overvi ix'snecL Mr. Meld rum's trees f.rc- Icauc.i ililn season. He will reau 1 the heaviest eruj) liis experience with apples in Alberta. A good wind- I break and careful culture is tlie se- cret of his success. The fine arts, fancy work and school work departments were all v.-ch filled, and the work was very creditable. The ladies' work, in par- ticular, was extensive and beautiful, j speaking volumes for the artistic na- i tiirc of the women of the south coun- try. of the work was entered by local ladies. The cooking depart- ment, pussibiy the most attractive branch of HIP exhibition, contained every imaginable creation of the cul- inary art. Livestock Tho poultry, swine and sheep class- es wenj well filled, and the compe- tttion AVas keen. Fuller details of i those departments will appear fit to- morrow's issue. One of the outstand- ing features of the cattle, ring was i the heavy showing of Shorthorns.j Alison of Aetna and Jlarsden of i Canlston, both exhibited this iireed, j and their animals were perfect types, j The Jersey and Holstein was also j prominent H. W. Scott, of the ani- j nial husbandly department of the. j Claresho-im Agricultural College was j the cattle judge. He suoke in very laudatory terms of the cattle display, and commended the i'air directors on the general appearance and skilful 'management of the show. The horsu exhibit was s'.rong. Bv- erv breed was represented, the Per- cb'erou possibly leading in numbers. Milner of Raymond took five prizes for C'iydes. The showing of Clydes waa iiot heavy, hut the animals were Rood specimens. Brimball's Ready Money look the red ribbon for Shire stallions, and Ray Knight's splendid, string of Suf folks filled out the horse department very substantially. Commenting on the showing, A. Ca- hoon, the judge, one of the hest auth- orities on horses in the west, said that he was agreeably surprised at the strong exhibit, and of the high- class standard of the horses. He was delighted extremely with the fair, on the whole, and said the exhibits were equal with many at the big city I A Health-preserving delight The use of Lifebuoy Soap makei the bath a supremely soothing pleasure as well UH a health-insuring delight. Tho cream of pure oils gives a velvety lather that is cleansing and healing.. Tho verv mild carbolic solution means a 'perfectly 'healthy skin. The odor vanishes in a few seconds after use. ALL GROCERS OELL- fairs. Mr. Caboon. comes from Ltran- don, but at present he is residing at Nanton. In the Inhibition hall the Ellison billing Co., -Hie Raymond Mercantile Co., the Singer Sowing Machine- and tliu Uii Laval Cream Separator a'll had attractive exhibits. Tho two wards of aymond united in catering to the and hundreds were served Ray- mond dinner. Tliey gave excellent service. I THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To Sept .Glasgow Sept. London Sept. London Sept, Pretorian ___ Glasgow Oct. Liverpool Oct. Carthaginian Oct. London Oct. Hesperian Liverpool Oct. London "Calling at HJiVrn, East" oud West- bound. Full information from any R. R. or S.S. Agent, DC W. R. .ALLAN. Geti'J.' Nor-Wcst Agent, 364 .Main Street, Winnipeg. ______ When will You Save ii you doa'i Save ROW? Though your salaryorincome will no doubt increase, so will your many find that the latter moro than keep pace with the former. Now Is the time to start a Reserve Fund the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada Is the place to keep it. Deposit the extra you havs on hand can open account with any sum, down to ona draw, interest oa U. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY.LAKE BRANCH G. R, tlNNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager ANADIAN suit in a slight shrinkage, hut there have been no complaints to date on this score. The losses from hail have been very light, considering the ter-! ritory. Fanners with the poorest! fields expect not less than 20 bushels of wheat to the acre, and 40 of oats, while those with better fields look for as high as 35 of wheat, and as high as 'JO of oats to the acre. Owing to the great scarcity of feed here during the past three years, it is thought that very little of the oat crop will be put on the market, although it is esti- mated that this crop will total well over one million bushels. Much of the wheat crop will be conserved for feed purooses, until a 'line can be had on prospects for a crop in 1916. However, allowing for all reserva- tion, it is confidently expected that at least one and a half million bush- els of this product will he marketed from this district. Several threshing machines expect, to commence work during this week. ONEFOUIi NEWS Onclour, Aug. is in full swinp and tbc crop is turning out WjSll. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Duncan and Don lelt for New Dayton, on Sunday.! (i. S. and family have gone to Havre, Montana, where Mr. Hug-: hoc will enter a teachers' institute for training as a missionary teacher.' Jl. Duncan left today with sis' horses for tlie wheat fields farther west, where he will help with the big crop. i All our settlers who can got away: will engaged in harvest and threshing; for the are pone ami! others wili leave next week, FARE AND TRIP FOB LABOR DAY Monday, September 6th, 1915 Between All Canadian Pacific Ry. Stations From Port Arthur to Vancouver Tickets on sale Sept. 3rd to fith Inclusive, and good to return up to Sept. 8th, Full particulars obtainable- from any Canadian Pacific Agent. R. District Pasicngcr Agent, Calgary, Alberta. A lioston firm, which for the past: two ypar.s has furnished the city ofj Atlanta, Georgia, with caulking yarn and tools, has reiuscti to have fur- ther dealings with the municipal au- thoritl'-s until action is taken in connection with the, lynching of Leo. M. Frank, FALL OPENING Gfirbutt Business College, Lethbridge DAY .September 7. NIGHT September 9. NEW PREMISES The upper floor of The Telegram Unlhtlng (formerly News Building) 411 8th Street South, just opposite Kuox Church, lias been newly titled up, giving us bright, niry rooms In n good, central locality. Thfl College Office will be open every husiness dny from now till School opening from 10 to 12 a.m. and 3 to 6.30 p.m. Call or write for information. A, M. ;