Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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: 30

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 (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO;?DHEIMER PIAN03 KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. ltd. "Everythlna Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD] "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS Direct to your Opposite Dallas Hotel PRESERVING FRUITS BLACKBERRIES. Arriving dally. These are now in fine condition. Per cate ................. $4.50 BLUEBERRIES, from Kenora. The geniitne article. Order now. In solendid shape. Per basket ...................�.............. $3.50 HUCKLEBERRIES from B. C. Very fine qimllty. Per case.......*.........................$3.75- Extra Special on Red Astrachan Apples, Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YClUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT^S SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES A3 A MEMORY JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL -^s^^^^ Store PHONE 1447 REPUBLICAN cherries. About the last for the season. Per cn�e.......>................ $3.25 half size lug boxes, about 25 lbs. gross weight. Per box.............."............................ $1.95' WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. no more bad debts, delivery ano collection costs to pay for. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599^ Phone 525 ____:__^->-_1/ ? o * o : o for the soldiers. : Sub-Committee Formed to Deal with Labor Conditions Ottawa. Auc:. 7.-A sub-pommittee of the reconstruction ami rievelofr-luent committee of tlii� boys overseas. All are heartily welcomed. * ;. > c 4 > * .� o. > * �  * and to recami;ieu.\perted to arise after the termination of the war. I'nlike the reconstruction and development committee which is composed of ministers alone, this sub committee, to be known as the labor committee, will include iti its mem-! bership several persons who are not nnjmbers of the government, one of Them a leading manufacturer and merchant, another a professor of, political economy and two others drawn from the ranks of organized labor. The members are: Hon. G. D. Robertson, chairman; Hon. T. AV. Crothers. minister of of labor; 11. M. Maefver. of the Univer-fiity of Toronto; Herbert J. Daly, man-�n'raclurer and m.orclia!it of Toronto: J. C. Waiters, president of the Trades ;ind Labor Congress of Canada, and Calvin Lawrence, legislative repressn-lative of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Genera! II._ Brown, .sec.-etary of the construction and development committee of the cabinet has been appointed to serve also as secretary of the labor CASH PRICES. Oats- .\o. 2 C.W...ftMi.i ICxtra No. 1 Feeil So. 1 Feed, S4-''^ Barley- No. 3 C.W.. iL'o No. 4 Calgary. Aug. ".-That the apc.K in j Rejected and Feed ..... the ungr.idc ii: t!ie cost of the neces- � flax- sities of life is reached, or is about to Xo. 1 A'.W.C.................415 be reached, and that the ever-lncreas- \--- ing prices will soon topple over and begin to go down, is the opinion of H. .\. Jacksoa. credit manager of the Simington Company, wholesalers, as expressed in an address before the wholesalers at the local board of trade this morning. The Professional Side of Pharmacy A professional physician writes your prescription, based on the. scientific knowledge of conditions which must h". met in eahh iiKllvldual case. Don't defeat tiie doctor's wishes by having his prescription tilled just any. where, regardless of the drug-gists's fitness. Superior Prescription Service �We practice professional pharmacy so as to protect the welfare of our customers. Every prescription is filled by an experienced pharmacist. Drugs of known purity and potency are used. Our equipment is modern and our methods ui>-to-date. The service we render is exceptional and our prices are always reasonable. -X. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suecei�or� to Jackson 4. Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 She^^ock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Winnipeg Visitors W. C. Fares and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pitblado and Miss Nan Jfoulton are Winnipeg visitors in the city today. ___!__ S. o. e,V*1eeting Sons of nglantl. itcd Rose Dcgr > ? REFUUES RECOGNITION .^ IF NOT IN UNIFORM. : Calgary, Aug. 7.-The Belgian otmsul here refuses to recognize as a Belgian sub-^ jett any man of that nationality between the agea of 18 and 1."; who is not, or h�8 not been in uniform. One such was fined $50 today for hot carrying the papers refjulred by the Military Act. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albe.-ta Meaf; Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. ARE RETIRING. > hanghai, Sunday, Aug. 4.-(By the Associated Press.)-The Cze-cho-Slovak troops operating along the Usuri River, north of Vladivostok, are retiring under pressure of superior forces, it Is stated in advices from Vladivostok. card OF THANKS Mrs. .McNabb, .Mrs. Nolan and Mr. Little .wish to thanlc their friends .for (he many (jxpresslons of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes during the recent Illness and death of tholi-mother, Martha Llttlo. 2011 Remaining in the air for 30 hours and 30 minutes Enalgn*. P. Barnes of Minneapolis, attaclied to the American naval air fnwips in European waters, efitahllshcd a now rkcord for sustained fllgl>ti! in a "Bljmp" type of airship, tu-j navy' department an-nomiced. -'  Salv.ition Army Life Saving Guards In connccliou wth the above organization a most .pleasant social evening was spent at the homn of Mrs. Wrny, c:^() 0th Street South; a good number of young people and adults, '.vere in attendance. Supper and ice cream �',vcr(! served out to .ill on tho iawn. A".er Huppor several Interesting games wore enjoyed by young and old. The social gathering cloned at 10.30 p.m. with songs and prayer. Groat credit is due to the Guard leader. Sister Clara Clapham and Miss M. Rodshaw for the success of this enjoyable nlKht. Young People's leader. Bro. iMiinday fxpre.ssed tho iwiny thanks of all present to Sister Mrs. 'Wray for tho use of her Ifouse and lawn. - \ For Frank Soldiers Donations for Amusement Fund of tho Invalided Soldiers' Welfare League. Frank Sanatorium, F'rank, Alta., collected by i'\lr�. J. R. Palmer nro acknowledged as follows: A. A. Nica� $10; Tho Goorl Co., Ltd., .'J; Palace Conl'ecllonerv, $2; Franit llfidloy Drug Co., ?2; W. Knowlden ,?1; Tho Simpson Co., Ltd., Drs. Connor, Mc-Nally and Leach, $.''.; F. W. Chuney, $1; C. Ii. Bowmffn, ?2; B. IT. Wilson. n; H. J. H. Skollh, $1; ,1. D. Higln-botliam & Co.. Ltd.. ?2; W. A. Parker, $1; HickSehl Hardwnro Co., ifli; .T. Norman Ritfihio, $1; H. Hufiier, $1; G. B. Morris. $1; N. B. Kirkham, $1; J. W .McNicol, ?l; S. J. Shepherd, $2; 1{. F. Drymnor, ?1: I^othlirldgo Hotel, Drs, Murrs. $1; A. Fruin, il; A. ,7. Blackburno, $1; H. Osllund, $1; F. 11.^0, $1; Harris & Palmer, H::; Fred \V. Downer, .$5; W. S, finlhraith, n; W. H. Irwin, .rjOc; Frank Wiulding. ton, $1; George Jones, 75c; W. J tJol-sun, $1. � ANNOUNCEMENT Madam Margaret i3 giving Kpirltnai Readings dully, Including Sv'.idays at 114 5th SL S., suite 3, Begin Block. 100-fi There will lie a dnuco In open air pavilion at Exhibition Grounds on Wednesday .ovening. Good music and good order. Hudson and Puck in chttrgB, lOO-w AUCTION SALE Furniture and Property ON THE PREMISES, 1624 SIXTH AVENU�NORTH On Thursday Next, August 8th  ' AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY OWNER WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: SPLENDID UPRIGHT GRAND pianoFORTE by Reed Brothers, in mahogany case, in A^ order; attractive dining suite in niis.sion oak comprising buffet, extension table and sft diners; axminBt(.>V carpet 12x13; (luantlty of linoleum; occasional tables; base rocker; upholstered oasy chair; electric fi.xturos; STUART KITCHEN RANGE, with water connection; Congoleum rug, I)xl2; SINGER SEWING MACHINE; fr.amed mirrors; solid oak and/surface oak dressers and .washstands; beds, springs and mattresses; wringinj.; machine; galvanized tubs; Brown-low water filter;, kitchen table; kitchen chairs; garden tools; dishes, crockerv and kitchen utensils. THE HOUSE, 1624 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH, standing, in two lots, all fenced and having t.wo bedrooms, parlor, kitchen, bathroom anil pantry. Well built and finished, will ho offered at auction on EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TERMS. May he viewed any time between now and time of sale. A property well suited to tho require-nients of a anmll family. TERMS CASH ON FURNITURE. ON HOUSE, WILL BE MADE KNOWN AT TIME OF SALE. PHONES 770-469 VACATION TIME Spend your Idle hours in touch with nature, In mountain, valley, on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT Ijortray tho best In life, enveloped midst the choicest apotB of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store is distinctly "bookish" 514 fourth avenue *? phone 613 Office Stationery and Equipment TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, OFFICE FURNITURE, loose leaf systems, synoptic cash books, stock certific?ates & -seals we supply everything you may need. i EVERALL & FRANKS office outfitters sinnot.t block cor. 4th ave. & 5th st. 8. 1478 ;