Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TllE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD FNIIUY, DECEMBER 21, 1917 Ictbbrtbje Hlbcita DAILY AND WEEKLY and Pubtiihert LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Street Sooth, W. A. Buchanan Prwldeal and Managing Director jou Torracce Business .Manager TELEPHONES Business Office 3 UltorUi Olfice 1 .10 .15.01) Subscription Rltli: Bdlly. dt'-irered, per weet Dafly, delivered, rer year Daily, by null, per year ......n w WteSly. by msIL per year .....51.30 Weekly, by mall, per year to y.m, Siturolaya Included. Tfca averais Cinadidu teins fir i removed from the of vtar Is in- clined 10 overlook 1K( wnle of deiily, aged 10 yean. Rov. P. ol Nelsou, has been Invited to'tbQ Mooso Jaw Uap list church. J. A. Buddlck, dairy and cold stor- age comniUiloutr. has Leon tuvltod to act on a coniuilsslon for tho refrlger- illou of food, which U being organ- ized In Iho I'nlted States. Manitoba's parliamentary represen- tation at OtlawL. will be niftdo up of five farmers, three lawyers, two medi- cal docloie, ouo veterinary surgeon. oi.e college presldcat, one neivspaper Presbyterian congregjillona of Cold springs have ex- londcd a unanimous call to Rev. .Mr. Caru.uer ol Toronto lo become their pastor, which Air. Gardiner has ceptcd. Half the members In the new houso of commons Vvlll be men who did uot Ell In tho last parliament. They In- clude, however, sucli men as Hon. Ss Fielding, who have liad past pnrl mentary experience. i JoaBplii Murphy died homo In 13 rant ford, Ontario, after fifteen CHILDREN NEED FOOO-NOT ALCOHOL Hpw, canlat il U lo accept alcohoiic mctficine lor children when everybody knows that Ineir whole health and growth depends upon correct U your chikiren are pale, underweight or puny, they, need the tpecial, concentrated food that only The onlcomi of this cue Is an earnMt of IB to-come In Can- It hu been all loo true of onr Ln the paat that It has been a tor auch men aa Ilutcli- Canaiilaa their .rani towardi r.-w era, will not mtan priyllete, but ivrriu, and men wlti Ignorant, materialistic fonlj will Dec. era! trade commission's Investigation j of the Chicago stockyards bere today, P. R-'Hart. bne of the principal figures j In1 Ihe stdctyarda company, testified- it had bten agreed to pay J. Og- den Armour all the company's earn- ings over nine per ceni to keep Armour, lie yards away from Chicago and farther west. other testimony to show that the .company was organ- ized to keep .the plants from being raoTed awsy, a letter'from S. S. H. Fcssenapn, a Boston hrofcer, wto is- In Ihe. organization saying the proc'eedlng was merely lo, legalize rebates lo packers so they of Ihc plunder" and "might "pickings." Today's (efltlmony, part of the trade commlsaioii's drive :to get at some'of tbVhieh coat of living, developed how a ?2f505 clerk acted la the medlnm of a'n traosacllon, the sole of which was to have a cor- poration assume tie risk pi the pack- ing plantsjiMTed 1611- Eational "In. n high 'dtgree. FRSienden said he had "a certain pacfcer" rwas In Ihe new company. His informant, F. H. Price ft; of'1-Boston, did not name Ihc packer but he understood from-olhcr have set sourcca. J- Ogden Armour was he man. It was thought by the pro- loters of the new the wit- ess said, that Armour'a: Interest make all the eager to emafn In Chicago.- Spend tbe Holiday Seaion with or FARE AfJD ONE-THIRD tor the Round Trip Going 22 to 25, and Dec. to Jan. 1, 1918. Full Betam Limit, Jan. 4th, 1918 Canadian Pac.Hc Railway WorkTi Grnlcit Hiahwly" scorn ENUISIM girei, to improve their nutrition and repair wavte cutfcd by youthful activity. Durihg school term all children should be given Emulsion because it benefits their blood, sharpens their appetite and rebuilds their vW rfrength by- sheer force of its great houruhing power. SeoU ft Ikivuc.Tarontn. Oul. jT-JT iNo Mystery About a Good Coat Some men like to be in any business where you can hide poor stulT in a wrapper, A cheap cigar is an odensc where there is joy and solace in the good leaf. It's better to buy a- Semi-ready Suit reputation for honesty than gamble on a garment which lacks the dame record of good tailoring. From the wool :to the workshops the worth of each gar- ment isknowh. There is no mystery about tailoring good cheap-jack work can be hidden from a buyer.by the lining. So can cheap wool and shoddy. Semi-ready Tailored Clo.lhes arc shape-stayed and inside-tailored so carefully .and precisely that you will .always look upon the label in the jpocket .with pride. Tht Trench The Tailor EXCLUSIVE STOBE For SEMI-HEADY-TAILORIKQ In be'tucht, as 'Hutchlcta hu been belong by Ajnericaa anliorl- Mil. A 1IKU ot the medicine U.ow LW.W. la Lethbrldge lart a natatory eflect CONSERVATION OF OUR NATIONAL ENERGY haan't ID tbe u jfi." a remirk otai'dnfpad by Jnit rrtarn- Jif'tnm Great Britain. Tbtn'i a lot la lie renark, more (ten apptan on Ihe surface. Leth- fcfJdge IB prosperous not In iplte ol tJhe war bat directly B9 a rcault of the uai. -We are Inclined lo look ou Ihls prosperity u ot our own'ToiX- ud la cqcilder that we aitc noth- liuj la return for It. .Birl ire (So owe tomBttilng, Bn4 is service. We at home oogil ttch lo leel u much In the ler- Tlce ct the country at the boya ot Ibo mi. We ouBhl to be only too willing iA'Muai lea: others in the OBBFM of business. We don't tf. It, but we may soon come to the wlien we will haye (o do It, ami k p well to (mjiare. an eiample of serrlce In a small for Ihe state American retail mer- endeaTorioe lo adopt the yrofrim timing need- T'aUon ot energy: v t raike oory one ie- to a customer. 'in .wUm to eitenJ credit for no mfn Vita JO d.yt. Jail iiore> lo emphajlw fcOBOm- .'fcjl foods and lUplen In their win- Inlerlor displayi and li ktmm life." Ttfaclfcn of Mr. Justice wCl hirt t Mlatary effect Ihrouglioiil Cuida, ud ibould toe fears of many pwpls who bellere tie Unloa will not'Uk< a strong itaad atmlnjt wealth nor aralnst tbe ilMian ot Quebec. Party string! bare km ent howerer; tial It the erf (hi slmnth the aew non- Scuthern Alberta farmers start kiyni bulls ISe llvesloci Korld ills ap and taXei notice. The Jitney has been cbaied olf the streets of Vancouver. And now' [he strap hangers on the street cars wll (alt It orer. oppoiltlon made a dead set T.I Dr.'Michael la Ihe Red Desr eat. Kut Bed Michael cams through with ill hli colon flying, The Red Cross drlre haa been poal poned (he counterattack on Ih Chrlslmaa turkey has spent Its force Then we oughl to be able to go at I with a iot of additional energy. "The time led In which lo do you Christmas shopping early Is gcltln, (nighty Ehort, but you can help eve yet by doing it early In the morning Tho worked clerks will be thank (nl. EXTEND COURTESIES Pelroffad, 'Dec. Ilritlah Danish, French nnrt Belgian consu hare rlslled Lion Trolzky, tho IJolshc- Tiki foreign minister, and arranged lo WILL STAY LONG TIME.. Stockholm, Dec. to ntormatlon from z sonrce. which is isually well-informed, Philip Scheide lann, the German Socialist majority eader who left here Saturday, expects o return with his family for a length] Uy lii Stockholm. U was added thn here was reason lo bellere thai cheldmann Is going to German grand eadquarlers 10 meet FieM Marshal Von Hlndenburg and Oen. Von Lud indorrf, the first-quartermaster gen iral before returning to Stockholm. NEW CHURCH BURNED Montreal, Dec.' church of Stanislaus Do Knatka, recently com- pleted at-a wst-.of -was do- troyed by fire tlils morning. Tba OBJ ia coTcred by Insursnce. Man's Staff of Life is the whole the white, starchy centre of the no mis- take about be sure you get the. whole wheat grain' in a' digestible Torm. Shredded Biscuit contains all th'e tissue-build- ing, energy-creating material in the whole wheat, steam- cooked, shredded and baked. A food for the nourishment of the human body. A better 'balanced .'ation than 'meat, or eggs, or starchy vegetables, sup- plying the greatest amount of body-building nutrifrtcnt I at lowest cost. For break- fast with milk or cream, or for any meal with fruits. CLOTES CUSTOMER SATURDAY MORNING STORE OPENS 9 A. M. HAYR HARDWARE CO. AUCTION SALES EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer ;