Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 24

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: 24

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 Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Mutic tverythlni Mfintteal 111 itft AWth 1549 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THIS WEEK SOME OUST QUA1ITY and VEAL DELANYS Meat Oipetite Dallas Held Phone Canada Feed Board License Number Use Penilar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summer months you will be walking more than and if you will shake a small quantity of Penslar Tread Easy In your each step will be one ot Dont suffer from burning and perspiring feet when such a relief is so easy to IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25e THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEl PHONE For the Coming jk WE EXPECT FffltH FRUIT WILL ARRIVE IN LARGE wt ADVISE NOT TO WAIT TOO LONO TO DO YOUH BANNING Aft WE AMI INFORMED Ttit WILL NOT It At LOW Aft THEY WERE LAftT V WATCH OUR ADVERT1SMENTS WEWILL HAVE THE CHOICEftT FRUIT TO OFFER AT LOWBftT MtSlfLt WHEN IN THE CITV CALL AND GET OUR WILL INTSREff ALSO OUR THE GOOD HithClMt Cittl Grtctfl CANADA FOOD A no LICENCE NUMBERIMI Pkone525 Violent CqunterAttacks Delivered By Germans Were An Utter Failure With the French army on the Oise Violent counter attacks launched by the Germans this morning be twten the River Ailette at Mont Saint Mard and north of ware completely smashed by the General Mangins army is still menacing the German communications be tween the River Aisne and ths Soissons and Laon NEW CAPTURES Sussanne towns north and south of the Somme respect ivsly were captured today by Brit ish according to reports re ceived here tonight from the Brit ish battls The British also took Avesnss Ues a suburb of tha town of Bapaumel British troops also reached the wester noutskfrts of south of An unconfirmed report states that Montauban and the outskirts of Longueval also were reached by tha British troops to day captursd the town of i Hold Positions iWith the French army on the Drench troops are still stoutly holding the positions they have won in this sector and further gains on the plateau to the eastward in the direction of thie Chemin Des Dames would put the enemy in another dangerous Rasistance Diminishing With the British Army in sistance of a really strong nature seems to be slightly diminishing at many places along the battle front where the bulk of the Gennann are retiring they have left the country virtually seeded with single machine guns in positions and groups of machine guns in Never not even during the progress of this have the air planes bad such numerous targets their bullets and In on the north the today had reached a point only one thousand yards from the old Hindenburg line which seems to be strongly If the Germans in tend to make astand it probably will be a different story this time than it was be instantaneous fuses on shells have been perfected to wake it un comfortable for the enemy in such pos itions as the Hindenburg line SheMs fitted with instantaneous fuses explode immediately on the slightest They do not explode under ground as high explosive shells formerly In the southern battle zone the artillery particularly from the big is It is pos sible that further enemy counter at tacks may develop here and The British troops display the most extraordinary tenacity and sustained power The units which Fri night waded the Ancre and later passed through Thiepval In Heavy fighting are still shoving In many places the AlbertBapaume road had been crossed and south of Albert the British have pushed a considerable distance eastward It is reported the British reached Mammetz Cavalry patrols at various points along the line are op erating in front of the This M ARLOWS EAT ARKET 1110 Blith Avenue Yowrt Sort at the Bure youre and of good WtlTBROOK OMeelta lank of Mtntmal 3s possible because the crater coun try has been passed at many This fact gives the cavalry its oppor tunity because it has not been used over ground seamed with trenches and shell Prisoners With the French Army in the situation is General Mangin has wen a substantial victory of which there is plenty of material evidence on the be sides prisoners and three him was little change in the Cash market to The offerings were light in all grains and the demand poor and In Oats closed 38c lower for October must have of necessity secured all in and 58c higher for Flax closed 4c lower for 5c low er for November and 4V4c lower for Winnipeg Markets Open Close October 83 83 SOU 414 401 396 414 400 399 Cash Prices 110 4 Livestock was quiet at the opening of the weeks only 12 cars of cattle being most of which Prices for any beef stuff going ranges trom to There were no dred cannon He set and prices remain at first to drive the Germans from the plateau of Nampiela and Carlepont by a violent thrust north then by a quick facing about to ward the east to drive them off the heights west of the thus clear ins the south bank ot the Oise and lending support to the third armys action in the hills of The program in every form and so rapidly tbat though the enemy may say he retired some of his sjaff officers were obliged to flee in scanty A German general was seen running from one ot he exits of a cavern at the top of Mounb Choisy without boots or sus just as French soldiers ap eared at the other KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH THEIR OWN PICTURES We have a full stock ot var ious kodak sundries such as Amateur Printing Portrait At Color Tri In fact have practically everything the amateur wlll THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOk Sucssssors to Jackson MS and Building JAPS CONCENTRATE THEIR FORCES troops are completing their concentration on Ussuri according to dispat ches from At Engeneuka supported by armored at acked the Bolshevik troops in the ace of heavy artillery fire and routed The strike at Vladivostok is termin ating striking laborers have beert paid off and Chinese have been substituted for At the ar senal shops a serious clash between strikers and nonstrikers but allied patrols The dispatch says that the Bolshevik fev er among various elements of work men ia It is reported that Americans have flrjvately loaned the city of Vladivos tok taking the tram ways as Have Withdrawn Semen offs opponents in the transBaikal re gion have withdrawn as a result of the arrival of Japanese troops at Man according to a Tien Tain dis patch to the Exchange Telegraph Only three thousand Bol gheviki troops are in that region president of the Canadian Council of and a member of the board of grain supervisors for Cana declared this morning that the board at its last deliberation in Win had much information on the crop situation and much detail of and that in general this information led to the belief that there was between and bushels of wheat in this years crop for the three prairie pro In view of the fact that the board must have necessity secured all in formation available on this as that body was dealing Vith the question of embargoes and the estimate as given Wood is taken by and agricultural men here as the most accurate yet Woods figures include bushels for be tween for and the remaining to make this estimate for THREE MS LOST IN THE PEMBINA WHENRAFTTIPS lives are thought to have been lost la the embiua river through the wrecking of a raft on that stream on some date following August The sup posed victims are and row and Samuel of Power a point on the Saskatchewan On August 2nd the three left Lovatt by raft to float down the Pemhiqa river to a point opposite power house and it was their intention to diaem nark there and cross over to their Since their departure from ovatt nothing has been heard ot The trip down should have not taken more than two News of the missing trio was brought a map named who haa organized a party to the rjver bat as far as The limited embar go has been placed upon United States Inquiry at hotels last night elicited the information that no United States newspapers had reached Canada since The request ot the chief military censor at Washington to newspaper proprietors explains the It was explained that testimony before the subcommittee on aircraft of the senate committee on military affairs was for the congress and the people of the United To reduce danger of any evidence reaching en emy proprietors asked to assist the censor and special editions were published for circulation in Canada and Trench Lice SOUNDS TERRIBLE It is melancholy fact that fastidious officer down line to the riontf exempt from the ravages ofwhat the Ladies from call the Wee Beast cold the The auxiliary ammuni tion for kit at the front is a can of Higbbothams TRENCH POWDER Trade Mark Registered Either dusted oji OF suspended from the muslin bags will kill head crab lice or body lice withintenminutes at Forwarded postpaid to any boy at the front on receipt of Enclose number and Write Prepared Exclusively by Wfcatesafa Retail Phones 1515 and 322 WHEN YOU THINK OF PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF D THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET Hay Feed HYDE A 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBftlOOe CITY AND DISTRICT Geologist Here Woods of the well known geologist and mining en is In the Sell It For Scrap this mornings meeting of the city council it was decided to sell the old road roller which has graced the side of the trail at the Experimental farm for a number of Loyal Order of Meete Lethbridge Lodge 792 will meet ori Tuesday In the Moose Higinbotham Block at 8 are requested to be in Attendance as matters of importance are to be Visiting breth to Elizabeth Cook of 251 14th wife of the late Harry who died in the general hos Is leaving today to accompany the1 retrains to where the interment will take A Card of Thanks and and family wish to thank all their friends for their kindness and sympathy shown them in their hour of sad bereavement and Also the officers of the Salvation Adjutant and Is Remanded Dutch the stampede per who was brought back from Helena the other day on a charge of stealing a McLaughlin car belonging to King of the Bank ot Nova appeared Before Irwin for hearing and was remanded till Thursday for his preliminary hear ing He is being held in the provin cial jail here Fire On Sunday Two fire calls were answered by the brigade The first was to an empty frame building on 6th Stafford Where it is thought children playing1 with mat ches caused the The building belongs to the department of Natural The second call was to 6 mind and was a false Kentishmens Meeting The regular monthly meeting ot the Kentish Association will be held in Marys hall tomorrow Tuesday at S The members are putting on another vegetable display and the exhibits this month should make an interesting The following exhibits will be on competition Beets 3 vegetable 1 cab 1 5 1 3 This is new department with us and judging by the business we are we must have vyhat our custoKters consider good Inspect our compare our N A few marked samples arenow oh exhiMtlbn in our era Hardware and Ref Visitor Hal formerly manager of thaLethbridge but now ot la a business visitor in the Casualties Killed 1n action The following cases were disposed Of by the tribunal at Disallowed Pakowki Magrath Mol Macleod Leth Coalhurst Allowed until 1st Lneky Strike W Lucky Strike Qhudd Foremost Mac Barons Lucky Strike of Thanks The Great Wr Veterans Association beg totender thanks to the 61 lowing for their gener ous help in for and the picnic Fred of the for His gifts to the the use of the boats and thepavilionduring the evening and to the following firms for their gifts of supples MacDonald The Scott Fruit The Good Kirkbys The Lethbridge Mercantile The Crystal The Leth bridge Brewing and Malting ANNOUNCEMENT Announcing the opening of Western Sigh 414 4th phone Metropolitan work man actual fire now ready handle all classes of signs and sUOw and will appreciate to have you call or for prices and BORN August to and Frederick 312 5th a HONOR FOR FOCH municipal council of Paris has unanimously topresent to Marshal Foch a sword of honor in recognition ot his services as commander in chief of the entente allied Death of Mltford The contains the following account ot the death Mitford On the death occurred suddenly at SpirrcSv of William Mttforti in his 76th Deceased was born at Snlgle in 18 and came to Canada In a sailing vassal In the trip taking six He was a pioneer of For twenty years he was employed at tha Meth odist Book He had not lived in Toronto all his but spent the greater part of it in this Mitford was a member of Street Methodist He wax a Freemason and a member of the He had been prominent in muK ical having for thirty years been organist in churches in Ottawa and He JH survived by his widow neeMiss one the wife of and Ave j England ert Bow Alberta Bard1 England late of the Imi psrlal and Arthur at i SCHOONER SUNK i ing of the Gloucester fishing schoon er Flaherty by a German sub marine Was reported in a message received here by the owners from Captain Charles Gregory with his of 24 have been safely landed at Pierre HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carkwd lots ot TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE ETC Get our prices for prompt or future Kenneth Simpson or A 2170 WE MUST DO BUSINESS BY PHONE Our market is on 9th We serve many of Uie most particular people In the city and please Coultry Phone 492 Msst flarhst Canada Food Board Number CANADIAN LOSSES FOR CALENDAR YEAR Aug in an address to his con stituents here Saturday re viewing the work of the government during the last ten gave some interesting statistics regarding the reinforcementsprovided the Canadian corps since Mlltary Ser vice came into force and ot the casualties suffered during the last year and a Our casualties for the calendar year were said find bur casualties this with larger forces in the have been much lower than at any time since our went to the For the first six months they amounted to ony whereasthe casualties in the British and French arm log for the same period were very Our light casualties have been due to two main causes unlike those ot Great France and Aus always were up to and with the additional auxiliary ser vice constituted such a for midable fighting unit that Germany never attacked the front held by the Canadians although they did attack on either of our divisions were taken out of the line during the spring largely they were up to strength and such an efficient is part of a stra tegic reserve to be ueed in any criti cal situation which might Steps have been said during recent months for the defence of the Atlantic sea board and Canadian One of the most Important was the establish ment of the Canadian Naval Air Ser The government should and government will put forth every ef fort in its power to combat the Ger man submarines off our Atlantic YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD John Gilmort Limited Bakers WE UtI A MIXTURE OF IN QUAKKR BARLEY FLOUR GIVES CORN THE COL OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL THE LQAF QUAKER BREAD IS MIQHTY G900 BREAD ANO YOU ARE HELPING TO SAVE WHEAT WHEN YOU BREAP ON YOUR We Are All Correspondents Now We write our friends at the front and and get through pads quickly You should see our stock of these convenient blocks1 of paper thefirst time ymi find We have a number ot special lines welt vortB Paper does not go wrong Provide against the rapid advance In paper twentieth Century Book Store 414 FOURTHAVENUE PHONE III FOITREADING WRITING MATERIAL full man an HERS WANTED To Call and tee the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Something Carbon bolder In front ot A place Letter bill car second We everything for the EVERALL ssd FRANKS Office flnoet Black 4th 4 5th ;