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: 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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUQUST 5, 19.1S THE r, ETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN FIFTY CENT S-P-E-CM-A-L-S 50c 50c 50e 50c RADIUM SILK Tan Silk Bool, also beHt miaMly Silk 7iic; on sale Saturday only SILK GLOVES; double tip, white or black, wrist extra'heavy quality; on salt- Saturday, only LADIES' HOSE; fust black- Cotton Hose, wltli linen toes and heels, auamless; on sale Saturday, IS pairs for....... CHILDREN'S SOCKS; fen dnKon Child's itKsortcil cot- ton Socks, rog. ISc. iiiiir. Saturday snlo S pairs for----- FIFTY on Kniiinlny will go a long- way af Hie Busy Store. are on Half Dollar. .Bargains, giviuft' you in nuinv cases a dollar's worlli ol: seasonable, gilt- merchandise.. N'o phone orders Utkcn '.I'oi'-'.'these .specials, and all 50o sale arlides are for cash. ONE DAY BARGAINS Silks and Voiles 10 pieces of IM inch Colored Ponpon Dress Silks, old rose, Copenhagen, Wack, Palm Beach, tan, irink, etc.. worth 75c arid SDC a 2 pieces of Fancy Check RaLIiio Voiles thai were regular b'Oc a yard; on sale .at SOc. yard 0 N SA L E SAT. ONLY Ratines up to Uf> yard? of 00 Colored or DrfiKS Kntlno, i'or dresses or skirl-, a final clean ui> of all Hatincs worth up lo Jl.no a yard. On sale Saturday only a! half their actual worth. SOc. yard HALF DOLLAR B-A-R-aA-I-Nj OVERALL from even eiiteck black and white? 1mm; lartfe overall (lust cap to match. val- ues for LADIES' Jersey Lisle wltli loosti knee and no sioovcs. Regular Toe val- n PH. On sale Saturday only, per suit................... LADIES' DRAWERS, finest quality while Dalbriggan, no slnevps or quarter sleeves; to 4-; Saturday only., LADIES' VESTS with fancy yokes, best quality lislr. These were worth up to Take your cho'co for........ WHAT FIFTY CENTS BUYS DRESS check black and white, .all wool dress materials. Also some fine British Serges, In navy, red or black, for school-dresses, etc. Only one day at this remarkably 'low price, and only once this season, at per yard.......................... ibii ceifiwa, 50c EXTRA EXTRA BATH large white or colored Bath Towels that sell any place for On sale, a. pair........................ LINEN Extra large, heavy Huck Linen Towels, regular 75c On sale Saturday ouly, a pair ;9Uy PILLOW to hcnvj' quality; ou sale a pair............ quality-English L-ong-. cloth, on sale for Saturday only, 4 yards for GALATEA "OR KINDERGARTEN" everywhere for On sale tomorrow o yards for yards on saJo tomorrow, light and dark shades, 6 yards for............... SOc SOc CENTS BUYS THESE INFANTS' ARTICLES BABY VESTS EXTRA FINE QUALITY ALL WOOL CASH- MERE VESTS. REUBENS OR BUTTON FRONT STYLE BABY FLANNEL FINE ALL WOOL ENGLISH BABY' FLAN- NEL, WHITE ONLY; EXTRA SPECIAL VAL- UE, PER SAXONY FLANNELETTE 34 INCHES WIDE. SOFT FLANNEL FINISH, WHITE ONLY. SATURDAY SPECIAL, FIVE YARDS FOR BABY SHOES WHITE. PATENT OR COLORED KID, BUT- TON OR LACE SHOES. ON SALE SATUR- DAY ONLY CANTON FLANNEL AN EXTRA FINE QUALITY 27 INCH WHITE CANTON FLANNEL. WILL BE OK SALE ALL DAY SATURDAY, 3 YARDS FOR....... 50c SOc c 3-HOUR SALE P.C. Just ihiiik 01 it. a woll made, perfect .fitting Corset, in any size up to 2fi, will bp on sale UP TO SATURDAY NOON ONLY at about half tlif1 former price. No phone orders. Your choice.........................i. Oc CHILP'S colored designs on white and pink materials; values up to on sale Saturday 3UQ GIRLS' to 7 year sizes; neat pattern prints, regular 7S, OOc and on sale 50c -DARK houKe wear, made from Print'and. Percales; o'n sale Saturday only QUC OUTING Sun Hats, also Children's Fancy Straws up to ?1.00 for 9UC MIDDY and white stripe, cheek or dot, belts to match, eaoh wUC BOYS MEN MEN'S (Vualily Merino Un- derwear, 3fi-38 sizes or drawers 10 match, each 53UC BOYS' SHIRT from heavy quality black sateen, regular all sizes BOYS' blue, small sizes only, up to T years; Saturday'gjiecial MEN'S jjlack cotton, sizes lip on'sale SattirdSyj'4 pairs for... tan-br-black, the fa- mous Radium make, a pair ARROW Tooke's. 4 ply linen collars Saturday any style or size, 5 for Ladies' Home Journal Patterns RYLANDS CO THE BUSY STORE Nemo, Warners, and D, A, Corsets FOUR INCHES''OF'RAIN FELL IN ONE DAY IN DAMAGE1 HEAVY Toronto, Aug. From. Quebec in the cast and Port Arthur in the west, the worst storm dis-' aslrous Sa'cs November, 1913, when many vessels were lost in the jjpper prevailed throughout throughout yesterday and until early this morning. During 36 hours a .tremendous amount of damage was caused by the wind and rain, hut. from all accounts the effects were widespread and while many suffered a little, few suffered, very severely. H is not yet possible to estimate the actual damage lo standing crops. Re- ports of damage are drifting into the department of agriculture slowly. There suflic'icnt information to- day to show that the greatest dam- age was within a -10-mile radius of Toronto. Outside of that there is eimsidr.rahlc loss, but it is small com- pared to that nearer tlic city. Hon. James Duff, minister of agri- said f hat the loss would be heavy. He was unable lo suRgest an estimate, however, until further re- ports are received from romo'te sec- tions of the province. weather bureau explains bhat the storm resulted 'from a junction of two currents of warm air from Flor- ida ami California striking a cool current from Hudson's Bay. Four inches of.rain (ell in Toronto up to 8 o'clock this morning. Drowned in the Storm St. Aug. An- drew Gavin, of Toronto, aged 17, a member of a camping parly on Ifi- Milc Creek near Port Dalhousic, was drowned qff the .niquth of the recession of _water from the stream, 'following its, flood-" ing from yesterday's storm, carried a hoat in-which he was rowing a companion out-into the lake, where Botha's Big Haul From the Germans In German South-West Africa 1hc Union of South Africa acquires a territory of square miles or more than half as large again as the German Empire in Europe. It has a white population o! and a black of about Jt is the .principal German colony 'that has .offered a permanent home to any considerable number of Ger- man ''emigrants. 'Yet a large propor- tion of the white population consists Boers, .rnanv oi' whom migrated thither after "the "South African war. "Though cursed' with one of the most forbidding and desolate coastal regions' on the face of the says a recent writer, "the interior of the country has great agricultural and pastoral possibilities, whilst the whole especially in. the north, is full of mineral' riches, and in the south' ttiere are extensive dia- mond deposits." _ At Otavl and Tsumeb there are copper, lead- and silver .mines. quite recently the develop- TELEPHONE 606 Tonight f-he Laughters of and the Red Cross arc doing should make a point of going to the lea to- morrow afternoon at Glenclg Tower that Mrs. K. S. Smith and .Mrs. Hazcll are giving in aid oi these so- cieties. Hal Times Yesterday ev- ening at iivn o'clock, the marriage of Albert Udivard tolten of Tahcr and Fipriinoe Carolyn, youngest daughter of the late K. F. Roberts, Pollo'i- shield.s, fScotlanti, was sol- Empire are receiving the pro- -j-iemnizcd in St. John's Presbyterian ceeris from the Empress the- 4-1 church by Rev, J. Morrow, B.A., atre. so everyone should make -J.J in the presence of only the an effort to attend, in order 4-1 immediate frk'iids of the contracting to help this praiseworthy parties. The bride looked lovil.y in a cause. -I-i stylish gown of Prussian blue silk I with trimmings oE white lace and j. .j. ,i. .1. .1. .j. ,t, corsage hoiUjiict. of white sweet peas. merit of was-retarded by shncr mal-administration, and also j by the siioitugu oi labuui.' following the.war pi extermination against the Herieros. That war cost the Germans 30 millions sterling, and ruined the colony, In11898 the native'population was estimated by -the leading- Get-j Mrs. DC Mrs. Mac Donald has returned from a month's visit at Banff. Mrs. J. G. Scott of Coaldalc, is visiting Mrs. N. McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. -Tom Davidson and children are spending the summer at their farm, near Kipp. Mr. ami Mrs. L. 1L Calloway and children, of Eugene, Oregon, arc spending a few days in the city Mrs. Gengc, of Macleod, is spend- ing a few. (lays with Semtoi and man authority-as over To-j day it is less than one-third: of that number. No more eloquent indication could be given of the nature of. Ger- man rule. Of late years, thanks to Herr: Derh- burg's reforms, a better system has prevailed, and the colony had pro- gressed witlj great rapidity. The ex- ports in for example, were, worth only in 1912 they had risen to Luderile tiay, one of three only ports of the takes its nami from one Herr Luderitz, who exploited the diamond finds in the hinterland of that bight, Wai fish Bay, which was .IJiHish mclave in ,the .German the. chief harbor. H may wet hetomc the capital neV. fc'nion The third fea gate is Swakopmund, nt the mouth of the Hiycr .Swakop Mic Gcnnans'hero. made a sort of ar- il capsized. Gavin's companion clung! liflrial jiort, place' ftir to Iho boat and wab rescued. Windhoek, the capital. Mrs. J. of DrunihHJiCr visiting with Mrs. Norman Stlnie-it- 7tli avenue, south, for a few davs. A. K. HillPi- of the Mandaul Rank staff, left :Ias't night for his home'in Toronto, where he will during the holiday. A full attendance of the Wesley church choir is requested to he pres- ent tonight at practice. Mr. ;C. Hughes, the new choir leader, will conduct the choir. There were several visitors in the city yesterday for the old-timers' picnic from the surrounding district, including Mr. and Mrs. Tom McNabh, Mr. and Mrs. Dave McNabb, Mrs. Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Dupnnt. Kvpryor.o interrsted in Um work that the Daughters oi the Empire A smart white satin hat completed her toilette. The bride was given away by Mr. Marshall of this city anil was assisted by Mrs. Marshall. The marriage of Miss Malory Ban- well, who fornu-rlv resides in Fernie, to -I-Iowarri Gordon Mpcrcdy, look place in- CluM Church, Cranhrook, on Saturdav. The ceremony was per- or 1 II Bridge, rector of 'Cranbroiik. i The bride attencfed by Miss! Mccredy, sister of the groom, and I was given away by her brother, S. j Batjwell, 'of the fitm of Maeneil Banwell of Fern if. Mr. .Mecredy was i supported Rumsey. The si ill t was rhoril me organist and choir having it tended for the occa- sion. and Mrs. Mecredv left on a liqheunooii tup to Seattle, .Victoria and "Vancouver .Island and arc expect- ed b id in r inhrdok where they intend to reside, in about two weeks. The Alexander Gait Chapter T, 0. acknowledge thanks the! following donations'of work: j 1 Mrs. Popham, 3 Mrs. Sin-j Mrs. Scott, sr., I Miss U, Scolt, 3 Mrs. Smith, 1 Mrs. .Gorrill, j (New 2 Mrs. Wasbbi'ook, 2 Mis. Home, '1 Mrs. Greenhorn, 1 Mrs. Flynn, 1 Mrs. Hill (per Mrs.l Keith, 1. Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, 20 Lad-, ics of Pipers' Hand (per Mrs. 2 Master .John Oliver, 1 Mrs. Kwart, 1 Mis. Vebrr, i Whidding- 1 M. U. Street 3 Mrs. John P. O'Xeilli 2 Mrs. William Wilkinson iiiss L. Muddaiigh, 1 Miss Bishop i 1 Mrs'. FeirifT, (per Mrs. Lafferty from i Mrs. Rogers and Miss Dalmnplc (Diamond 2 Mrs. Stalhcs, 1 Miss Buchanan, 2 Mrs. Kirkham, 2 Westminster Ladies' Aid (per Mrs. 3 Mrs. Hem- ming, 3 Mrs. McMillan Hand liardicville lad- ies (per Mrs. 100 white, and 1 doz. colored, Miss Young and Miss Croniiite. web bandage cotton, 1 web gauze, Mrs. Bryrimer. AV._ H." Marrs, Master John Oliver. 1 Rox Robinson, Several members have lately been earning money in different ways ami turning it in as a" fund. The small amounts do nql mean much to the individual, but it is quite mar- vellous how quickly they make doll- ars: We. are greatly indebted to Mrs. Joseph Young for her -kindness in distributing and collecting the knit- ting, at Endon, Altorado and Fore- most. The following is the report of the Nursing Mission for the, month of July, Xew patients 27 Old paiieats 3! Metro, patients 2; Professional calls (day) 119 Professional calls (night) H1 Business calls 36 i Friendly and relief calls Office calls 8231 Total calls 582 i Patients paying full fee 8 j Patients part, fee 7i Patients cared for free 121 Provisions were supplied during the i early part of the month to 77 fam-j ilies. Since that the mines have j iiei'n working more steadily. Farm j has also been needed, and morel of our people arc now employed. We have at the present time only 10! families wholly dependent on us, and' 17 others, who need some help. Fresh milk has been supplied lo 11 families, moat to 22 families, medicine to 5 patients, new clothing to 3 children, new hooka to -1 children, and worn clothing and boots to 18 families. Four nurses have heon supplied for outside cases, 17 ca.fs for women for day's woik and for men also sup- plied, M, Tillcy, Supt. Saturday Specials At the Hudson's Bay Store BRUSSELS C'AKPKT YAim RBJf- NAN'l'S woth IIAKYKSTKHS' BLANKETS SIZE <14xS4, RUUL'bAR FANCY BORDERS I'lOlt PAIR LI XEX TOWELS 1 MO M K T IT C 11 10 D, F U BLKACHED. REG. 75e S17JC I'Elt 1'AIR WHITE FLANXELKTTE 1X3. WIDE. FKBK FItOJI DRESSING; l.'c I Me-CORMICK'S MIXED CANDY, lOc AND WHOLESOME PBK POUN'D AXMIXSTEK RUGS RICH HEAVY PILE. SCxO.I; REGULAR S7.50 ff SALE PIUCB LADIES' FOOTWEAR BUTTON" AND BLUCHER IN' SELECTED GUNMETAL; RE- GULAR QK SALE PRICE LADIES? CANVAS BOOTS NEAT BUTTON STYLES; RE- GULAR'34.00: SALE PRICE MEN'S PROSPECTORS OF TAN ELK LEATHER. 14 INCH LEO;