Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

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: 20

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT "IE LETUBniDfiE DAILY IV^ALD MONDAY. APRIL 20, 10IS ' Vvrom Our Own Cnvvos::.y'. ' ChamSon April 1!7.--A nu-otirii-' of Rov. Hart.lon at the home ol Mr. tli^fri^fees'ot the Console ^ch^^ol McV.aiu. Cl.-ver. Avonuo. on Thurscr; \V. Scott, who in Mr. WhidrtinRton of, aak-, a very yl.iort time aiVnini^tered the ins him to snluiiil a pencil di-.iwin;; i !iiHC.-;.-;aiy modiiip.c tn lierfs iron of'uciditions oil tlie S. W. and .\. E. borsc. � Man ririch i,~ puttinr: np a two storey (uiildiu.i: uu .Mountain Street, The lower .-storey will lip fitted up in the form oi an office, lais. Offer Use of Church The rhanipion clinrch board has ro-ce:-,ti>' f>;'fere(l llif board of the I'on-solitlatcd sciiool ilie use oi" the church t'b.' two inc)!!t!;, der-Cvired by Lydia E. PinldSam's Vegetable Compound. liol=-.ter'vans and'provide heating ap- in.i; her parents and ir.ends. Sntus f^r vans when required. A Dan Pearson of Cardson =t "rmer new contract was drawn up and sign- I Champion resident, is visiting the old i burs again this week. The secretary of the town counei! is Charitable Act i yjr. and llrs. Jas. Orr wish lo thank | der sidewalk across the right of way the peoplj of Champion and commun-j from the depot to the town sidewalk, ity for Ijjeir practical e.xpression of i Tilr. .Ileyer nnd Dr Talbot iiavo hart kindness and sympathy in coUeetins ' ' ' enough money to send their s-on And.v to Calvary for special treatment. Mrs. Orr has received word from ^nd.v and �-' reports that he is improving nicely. \y. C. Harris and Tiios. Wilson have secured tiie contract to "nstal a cistern adjacent :o the firs hall. Work eom-menesd on this job last Thursday. ileyer and Granlin are putting in a free air system. Hose will be installed outside near the sidewalk. Also ono inside the garage. Air. Meyer was a business visitor in Calgary last week. Mr. KifiCt and family spent the weekend in Calgary. Death of Little Girl . Vera McLain. si.x year old rtaiighfer of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McLain. after several weeks illness Quielly passed away on Tuesday evening. April l'6th. 4 Men Wanted for the Canadian Navar SeFvicc Otficers Applications requested from men qui* ified to fill positions as Mate*, Chief Artificer Engineers, and .4rti6cer Engineers. Pay $2.50 to $3.75 per day.-Clotliint Allowances; $30.00 acparation' under usual conditions. Petty Officers and Men Entine Room Artificers, $1.35 to $2.75 Seamen 90c. to $1.10, Stokers $1.00 to 31.25, Cerpeaten $1.26 to $3.40, Stewards $1.10 to $1.50 per day and $25.00 Dftntbly separation under asual eoaditions. Seme vacancies for Boy Stewards, aiea 16-18. Pay 50c. daily. Free Kits, Free Messin*. QcaliBed men cannot find a'better way to serve their (couatry during the war. Onlls of cAne sugar anr, i�>-ty PO'iu'l-^ I ..,oech in Ihc houso of commons has ol shortt^ning to 200 p,unds of Houi ; ^.^^.^ definitoly fixed lor Tuesday af-i MaiT.onn, doirrtly | nun-o than iqo pounds af nmo s.;^ar | ---jf,' j^^, '{{{^l^Z t*SlnInl?ulo and suxty pounds ot 'f' financial condition of (he count rv (o 00 used to i;00 pounds nl tluitr '>nd _sub-! ^,^^,.,.^^,,,^,^1 ^^^^^^.^^^ announcements, expects lo speak soon i after the house opens at three o'clock. stitutes the mannr..c,-iire of fruit cake, (uiund cake, layer, wine, sponge, or ly than pound.'! of sliortening may be 'used v.'ith -tlO pounds of fioiir and substitutes in th:-. manufacture of any swcof dough products. On and after June 1, it will l/e illegal tor any maiuifacliircr in Canada BUY ALL ZINC. , Melbourne, Australia, .\pril 2!t.- Tile British government hao contract-eil for the purchase of virtually tlie wliole product of Australian zinc concentrates for the period of tho war and a decade thereafter. CARDINAL BEGIN ILL "n->'H!'er land Of .r.l c ni,t exp ess-, j,. ji,,,,^,,, j^Hmatod (his morning prohib ted by the �,.,^.^',"? : that he was ready to proceed and tlm't han.a ponnd.s of caac ^"^'"'..^''-'lA;', whatever new" fa.xation propo.Ma!:; will b;;; made have been ileeided upoifi by tho government. A renewal of tlie e.xi.iting income tax is agreed as certain with an increase in a siia:'e oi! tlie burden to bo imposed on ;!iose , . , best .ible to pay. tariff idianges, it, to offer for sale any ef the product^! . believea, will h- few and unimporl-I enumerated above, if lliey contain a . ,^,,.,,, taxation jiropoa- ! larger proportion of siiuulard tloiir, ; .j,,, ,.,;,.:^^,,| i,,,,.^,',^,i,jn. | cane sugar or shortening than the; ir,,-s vini,r,cial ope-alions us c.-miiii.-, i amount proscribed. id \vi!li pre-war e.-iys, will he tiie ien-j The mainn'actnre for sale of t'le fol-j tnro of the budget, lowing products will lie ilic^al on and | The deh.-ite in the on tlie bud-after May 1:' Froncli or puff pastry, i get is liable to last tor five or six , douglinuts or crullers, ricotcli short-j days. 1 bread or, cake, fancy almond nmcca-! ,------- roons or like proJiiets containing; FORM NEW CABINET more than ."lO per cent, of cane sugar, i ____ I marsh mallow, containing more than i Amst.erdam. April 2n,-Dr, .Mcxan-! LO pjr cent, of cane sugar to sixty , ^veUerlo. accorrtiiiK to a Budapest poumis 01 marsh luiillow. ctikes ov, ,1,,, Lokal Anzeiger of biscuits having on the exterior products made wholly or in part of cane sugar or filled with products of cane sugar or v,-ith sllorteuing. except jam, jollies or pure or'evapol-atcd fruit. After .lune 1 no manufacturer in HAIR Bri.ght, lustrouK. snappy, .hair, adds more to /...rsontil appearance than aii>'lhin:': else. The mo�t Decisive Results follow the use of Newbro's Herpicide Even the first application is convincing. tjuebec, April 29.-Cardinal liegin Berlin, has accepted tho invitation of Etnpcror Charles to form a '.n succession lo tho one under his pri-m-itrsbip v.'hieh rosignod recently. He conf. rred tor two hours Saturday witii Count Tisza, former premier. Dr. Canada will be permitted to sell or i Wekerle. plans a coalition cabinet on offer-any of these products for sale.'tho basis of a compromise regarding On and after May 1, it will be illegal for any person to use in tho manufac- tlie suffrage reform bill. was stricken with hemorrhage this [ tare of ice-^Tsam more than 10 per Commanding Officer H. M. C. S. RAINBOW Esquimau, B. C. Naval Recruiting Secretary, Industrial Bureau MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG MAN. or Naval Recruiting Secretary ViNOL MAKES WEAK WOMEN plots broken up for .gatden purposea,_ Red Cross Notes The following were present at^ the girl's Red Cross session last Tues^iay evening. '-Aliss Bessie Brown, Miss Casey.".^liss Adams. Miss McLaughlin and Mrs. Rev. lladdon. Dorotiiy Sioddart and Joe Mark delivered goods for the Red Cross last week.' "The church flyll be open -for ^ied Cro:^ workers every day next week except Sunday, between the hours ofj 3 and 5 p.m. -as no suitable place in town where these patients could be adequately cared for. A case came to our al-tniion la.s't Saturdaj'. A ?dr. Blussom '' from Spokane v.iio came here a short; time ago to see his brother^ contracted a heavy cold whicdi affected his heart, I>Ir: Blussom wished to stay in Champion but not having any suitable place where he could receive medical ti-eatmeni had to be sent to Calgary on Saturday evening. We, are convinwed that the business men of Champion and the farmers throughout the liistrict woiild heartily and liberally support the idea of a local public hospital. Who will take the lead in this matter? Remember Champion's big Red Cross day on May 24th. The secretary of the Champion Consolidated school is in receipt of a letter from the department of education, asking for pictures ot the school and m-jlor vans, which wiil be placed in the Consolidated school bulletin. The residents of Champion are hereby notified lo clean up all refuse and back lotsvmd alleyways adjoining their prerui,ses* If this work is not attended to'on or before the 1st day of .May. I'.nS, .strict proceeding.s will be taken. Cliampion ball team is scheduled to play the first league game on May '23 at Lomond. A.nd their first game at home will be with "V'ulcan, on May 24. morning and his condition is considered serious owing to his advanced age. * : * > ? : : : � > : : ? > ? : :�:- : : > ? : �: . sunk' in coLLtsioN. MEN with shaggy hair and dand-riifi'covered shonlders are always discounted, "S'our ap;-pearancQ has a money value. Don't let it depreciate. Use Herpicide ^DOITNOW Xow YorJf ApTlil 21).-Tha ; American steamship Westerly. > one of the first of tho new ? ships built by the Emergency , Fleet Corporation, was sunk : in a collision yesterday off > ths French cotist. according tp information received in shipp-- : ing circles here today. All on board were saved. : ? > : : > down, nervout: condition and finds after giving it a lair trial it did not help her,- V7ill have her money returned. Yott see, there ta no guess work tboot VinoL Its formula proves thMe is nothing like it for all weak, run-down, overworked, nervous men ind women and for feCble old pe9ple and delicate cbildrcJi. Try 't 'Ones uid be convinced. J.'O. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Drusg|ct .;. .;. ? ITALIANS TAKE ? ? > > ? ? '  ? KEEP YOm STOVE BR!CHT ^ LACK r\SiiOHT ITOVE POLISH The sign of a good cook, ^. is usually "a clean, bright stove. Black Knight makes the ta;;k lightl Just apply with a cloth on either warm or cold stove. Non-inflammable. Dustless. THE F.P.OALLEY CORPORATIONS Ltd. HJMttTOM, CAKAOA and yffe^ tbenj Wear your clothes another season. Get all^possible wear put of them. We will put your clothes in shape for many more months of service. Send us your dresses,-waists, skirls and also . your husband's clotiies. We'll renew them for you. Our cleaning and dyeing service is most economical. A phone call will bring us. Our City Dyeing and Cleaning Works Phone 444 418 Fifth St. S.' ,"FROM FACTORY TO HOME" World Wide Reputation The Mason & Risch Piano is the crowning achievement in a half century of manufacturing experience, and is built by'" a company of unquestioned integrity and a world wide reputation as makers of quality pianos.^ r.fl ft o SJ. RI q c H LIMI TED BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH STREET, LETHDRIE/CE Many appeals arc now being made for PRiiSONERS OF WAR. It is entirely unnecessary for any other organization except the Canadian Red Cross to collect for Canadian Prisoners of War, as the Society supplies these men with bread and other food to' the maximum permitted, tobacco and clothing, as allowed by the regulations. :> CANADIAT! AVIATORS hoinf,' in (ho/mperial Army rcooivo their parcels from tho Central Prisoners ot War lleliet 4;ominitteo, unless by rtHjuoKt they ai'c talten over hy the Canadian Uod Cross Society; wiiich has Hiroady, :