Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 34

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: 48

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, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THte ffllUDGE DAILY HERALD ARE THE The question la frequently aikod Who what Mennonltei History dfttib back ceh iWtotf a bodfc of religions re ttlsifonted from the domin ant Christian the chief points of dimension a Baptism by aspersion for which instituted that Of Baptism for the remission of In lieu of that of an outward sign of inward c The elimination of the baptism of Simon born In Holland In was an earnest expounder of this He hud been educated for the and became a Cath olic priest In but dlssatis fled with became an An His missionary labors wore first confined to but rapidly Into Germany where he soon had a large following In 1622 his now bearing the name of Mennonltes were expelled vfrom Ger many through the persecution and in tolerance of Ferdinand They flat tied for a short time In Hungary and but in by the In vitation and encouragement of Cath erine Empress of they mi grated to that The rights and privileges guaranteed by that liberal ruler were a Protection from hos tile Freedom from tax ation for ten c The right to administer oaths in their own d A gift to each family of one hun dred and ninety acres of e Perpetual from military By this Russia gained a very thrifty and desirable accession to her sparsely settled while on the other the bigotry and proscrip tine policy of Germany robbed her of many of her best The first Mennonlte colonists in the United States settled in under the kind of William being the centre of their strength and In 1708 a church and school were In five hundred families settled in Lancaster County and from there they migrated to many of the United In 1171 Russia took radical change with regards Mennonlte tol AleMttdef II Issued an ndfct limiting their exemption from military service to tea after which date they were to be subject to even ttittugn was against their deepest rsllgldus convictions of the right to shed human The laws of Rus sia at that time forbade emigration to other but the emperor made an exception in their al lowing all to leave who would not lake the alternative of military The Russian Mennonltes subscribed with which they sent a large delegation to the United States to Inquire Into the prospects of favor able colontiatton In as a re sult of which they made expensive purchases of In 1877 colonization in the United States was quite many of them settling in Indiana and South Dakota where they hate set the pace agricultural achievement that has no peer on the The American Mennonltes are sub divided at five factions a The regular Mennonites who maintain the old b The who se ceded from the main body In and who profess to follow in detail the teachings of Simon c The New organized in by a few disconten ministers of the old d The Evangeli cal who In 1856 seceded from the previous e The Amish sometimes called They believe in the personal reign of Christ during the Millenium in the unlawfulness believing that an oath pr pledge to the state or magistrate them from being true followers of Christ in the unlawfullness of war resisting viol ence and wrong discountenancing law suits abstaining from immoral practices and as a rule are very good Their and deacons are chosen by lot at confer ences and their preachers give their services The Mennonltes now sottHnft In Can ada are known ss Hutterlan Breth ren In commemoration of Jacob Hut tor the sake of their reli was burned at the stake in Inn spruck In They have spent thousands ot dol lars this year In cruising Sasiatchewan and with the result that they selected Southern Al and especially the Lethbrldge as being the most suitable for agricultural and colonization pur At present there are colonies near Mag Raymond and While they live the community having al things In still they are free to mix commercially with all and having much money at their disposal spend the same In beautifying their as is already thus adding grace and alue to the When the United States entered he present the Mennonltes be an flocking to Canada for a future In 1873 arrangements were ntered into by the Canadian govern ment with the Mennonltes in granting them entire exemption from military service should they come to Several thousands at that me came and settled In Manitoba nd at same time the present sect nd others settled In and outh It is under the treaty f 1873 that the present emigration akes In South English Is the Ian uage taught in all their schools and ertifled teachers are When ho first came to Canada hey waited on the provincial govern and assured them of their desire o comply with our educational An Offer of New Health to All Who Are Rundown whotelifeiidarkenei brill UUNM wham or vy Nervouaor what an offer of raally vigorous health that makei your whole lyitom thrill with It the health you ower to promote new Bocante Wincarnii a a a and Nerve combined in one health Klvinc Therefore it new makee new bufldi new nerre force and new That U why aomany Doeton havo recommended And the health that Winearnii Dromotei ie laiting a temporary patching Will you try jnit one bottle T Winearnia nut only contain tie very element of which our bodfei an computed and without which it would fade and it haa thew wonderful pro pertivt in their moat auUnUativa Every Incradlent of Winearnli ie endbreed and recom mended in the daily practice of the membere of the medical prof the world WiKarnli Canadian tff Portland Toronto Frank Rjsiiitnt Fay The New Winearnis A combination of Extract of Extract of Iron and Mar tee of Calcinm and Sodium with a ipeeially A Bloodboild er and Pro ecribed by the Medical profenlon for Brain UawJ V Matemitywealc neu aad Convalescence from any Small Sice from thm Following Drug Stows HIGINBOTHAM A FRANK MEDLEY DRUG Consider carefully these three rat ions why it ia wisdom to get Model 80 Overland You need this modern method that enables you to x do more work in less Its price is unusually low consider ing its its conv fort and i Back of it is a real Canadian institu tion fortunately prepared to care for all senice and parts requirements now and Fin Service and Pries Williamson Phone 1456 UmiUd WlllMKnlaht anal Overland Meter and Wagant and Ontario NO GASOLINE SHORTAGE AT PRESENT There is no shortage of Supplies are ample to take care ot our war and normal requirements If we will practice sane conservation in his These statements were made by 3hamplln director of oil United States Fuel Ad The demand for gasoline 6fir Own Correspondent Mark Har rison of the I2m1 but late of the 10th at the died of WOttndR Ml the sidn and thigh at 4B clearing Mark Was Ib the north of England and came with his painnis to Bialrmore About Before ho enlisted lie assistant at the station in Blair and when Lyon call ad for recruits for the Mark among the to He was a splendid fellow and of quiet dispo His parents and his Charles and and one are left to mourn his The deepest sympathy of tho community Is with Hunter of the local Just received word that his William was for the second time on casually list in France with gunshot wounds in faco and and is now at lie Fifth Gen eral Hospital at Last New Years Day he was gassed In the but In April ho was sent back to the Pearson and wife left Bialrmore on Monday evening for where Pearson en gaged with the Camrose Normal A number of friends met at Lhe home of Thompson on Friday last and presented them with an address of appreciation and a All wish them well at their new Thompson went to Cal gary Sunday evening on a short The local girls basketball team won again at the Sanatorium against the Bellureeteam by a score of 32 to Young and Bartlett mot ored down to Macleod on Tuesday along with Peters of Bellevue to meet with the Methodist and returned the same The school board at Frank have en gaged the Misses Murdock and McNelll as teachers for the en suing The Bohemians at Frank are mak ing extensive preparations for a fete day at Bellevue on Labor and Frank Wright return lor airplanes and trucks with the Am erican Expeditionary Forces is con stantly and will necessitate continually increasing shipments over The present stocks are now ample to supply the war needs and allow the rational consumption to con But waste of gasoline must stated order that ve may be to continue normal rational consumption in this country and am ply meet our war There is no suggestion of enforced curtailment of gasoline or lubricating oils in the minds of the Fuel Adminis V There is no suggestion bi limiting the use of passenger despite newspaper reports to the There is a by the Fuel to the wasteful handling of gaeoline as exists at present in this and the Fuel Administration warns that unless the waste is eliminated possible restrictions may have to be inaugurated to insure sufficient gaso line and oil for our war The Fuel Administration wll short ly issue a poster to every garage and distributor of gasoline pointing put five Important methods of preventing The posters win urge use of gasoline tor cleaning parts be all leaks in gasoline lines on passenger gasoline gasoline tank hoses and be careless handlingof line and creating unnec essary waste through spilling be stop the tops of gasoline tanks be kept motorists shut off their en gines when not driving the VESSEL LIBELLED ed from Nelsqn last where they have spent several weeks holiday Frapk is bach at the town office to Ralph is on leave from Petawawa and arrivec home this He reports tha his Wil Is still at the camp and Is now wearing the three stripes of a Ralph is look ng well and expects to return to camp n six A Canadian Atlantic Newfoundland schooner which was towed into port yesterday by a fishing which found her adrift off the coast after the crew ol a German submarine failed to sink the has been libelled by the own captain and crew of the American fishermen f for salvage ser NEW PISHING CONFERENCES ol Commerce Edwin Sweet and Hugh representing the United will meet with rep resentattves of the Canadian govern ment at Hotel Champlain on Lake beginning Septom her for further conferences on drafting uniform Canadian and Asnerl can Ashing laws in International SENATOR DEAD James Donald for thirty years United States died early to aged He was stricken with paralysis three weeks ago and re malned unconscious until Miss pf Copenhagen is in Vancouver on her way tq Ban Francisco to join the motor service of United States army She arrhed on Sunday frqnt the Orient and tells thrilling stories of hor ex parlances in She in MQS cow during the revolution which nut the Bolshevikl in authority and says the streets were literally carpetw with the Life for anybody but a Bolshevik is impoasible in Russia at aha FORCE THEM TO FIGHT With the American Army on th Austr an prisoner takep western ront the K the Austria soldiers no w is so Vtlitat Garraa roops have to be placed behind them with orders to shoot any own who ei doavors to AN ACCIDENT examination f tho wrecked which burned at the Imperial Oil com anys showed that too or 800 ons of the Itioo tons of crude oil hlch were stored in the vessels wa er ballast are The nqulry held here today by Wreck Commissioner Demers estftbllihed the fact that the fire tho result of an The starting from an unknown had melted a plpo leading to the nil NEW DUTCH PREMIER Dutch soys the Dally probably PAGE NINE will he Jonkheer Rtiljs De He Is a Roman olic and the queens commissioner Wf the province ot Hla Sympa it is are with the entente He was minister of justice froffl 1888 to ISO n nd has been commissioner In Limburg since He if 76 year When Can You Deliver THE UNIVERSAL CAR Truck the customers first How do I you answer him Your may be your clerks may be cour your store after unless your de liveries are prompt and your customers will be disappointed and trade elsewhere next Do you realize how many people judge a store by its deliveries Is your delivery system on a par with the rest of your busi ness Does it trade or lose customers for you Are your horses as suitable for you as they were at one time If why do you persist in being a little behind the when a Ford One Ton Truck would be more in line with your other business standards Perhaps your deliveries cost you too If you are using motor they may be too heavy for your line of busi ness and therefore too The Ford Truck uses less fuel when handling a full load than some trucks use running The Ford One Ton Truck is a money so why not modernize this department of your business at once AU jmcet ntlijcct to war tarn except trucks and Ford Dealers Lethbridge Dealer Warner Dealer Raymond Runabout Touring Coupe Sedan Chatais 660 875 25 63 1 MADE IN CANADA O NE question must arise in every motorists mind when he reads of the Chalmers Hot Spot and Ramshorn How do they affect the performance of the car That is a question todays Chalmers can answer in a most convincing When you drive the you surely will recognize the unusual unusual efficiency that has been Williamson Phone 1496 Letkbridge The handicap of lowtest gas has been largely The Chal mers motor warms up instantly into responsive You will admire the fine easyworking the flexibility and power of the The more critical you may be the higher appreciation you will have of this sen sibly priced You are invited to test todays Chalmers any Arrange for a demonstration to suit your CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY of Limited ;