Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 12

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: 16

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) - February 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "U'viitf V-Xetblirlbiie, i DAILY AND Subicrlpllon Raits! Caliy dellvorr'd. par delivered, per year by mall, pel' year 'Weekly, oy mall, por yesr JVsekly, by mall, per year lo U ..J5-CO CdMness A. Buchanan Jchnlorrarv Dlreclor Business Man. Dil'w ot ot prtr i-ly on address label. tnce of papera after .miration waa B prtaitnenl 'ago for the reason lhat Ihe Liberals wcro j ro3lQenl ot Woodslock. _ I f rillM win. I I Dniillt enforcement ol uie h need to 111 _ up th rnnks ot Ills Honor Freqerlck A. Mojjl'f Judge ot the district cour Alta., hoa been appololed a loc. of the supremo court ol Charles K. Pfarce, of who Jolued tho aviation cor ,n an nrmijrs lor several years. "They have men now dowu jhlte'd eald he, Mr. Kenimls replied lhat he ,was very elad to know lisy were working along Ihpsa. lines. -Premier ;'Tb.ey.always have beeu IJiey had men workliig on the, I farms last'year and they will hive (his year." IV J Sir, Kemmls. n few men here I atd there, but Iho cry through all tie' nbutb country Is for labor." Holi, Chos, Stewart aall Ihnl In lho 1 last .years Ibe department ol hgrlculture from 'Ihe office In thi parliament building Ihere :r keep the liver iava ntnniiprt iner 1 Iritlsn puBHc ior a Inslltullon at Brandon tnt ihe ,etn tb.t of th. canlure of In the premiership did not avail wm ba con'Verleu r. from Ihe -Turks on' tho peopln were determined lo punlsn Bcsool for lho feeble-, winded, announced 'in yesterday's] a-party.thal'permllled-Hslesders to I SU11.U __._.1 _nv __-. ots ot 'Coal. Wm. B. Cochrane, sou ot the lale Edward Cochrnne, was -M" l i Northumberland, was klllea X- along with the lunds pi McXataarai chjn[ tasucclor1 kicked by. a horse at tnal the Tuits'w'ere In full'relrcat The result bears further] o[ the .jjroylnclal bureau of Wash. Bp' the Tigris, cavalrr. pursued by British a straleglc military province. The resull Dears iuiun--i i o[ the Manitoba ui evidence of -the: fact that loo Cana-] been'asked .to take chirga the stores department ol.luo avla- branch of the Imperial munition! e old methods ___, dlan people demand bom like admlnlBtrailou. The .jUnnni, B BII 'on the Tigris river leading lo cinnol survive; the i a-fl to-0 serious [o Ihelr i 16 waste and corruplion In the was'su'rrendered lo Ihe Turks Anrll'13 1916, after Qenoril Towns- d'' with 'a ot some adrnlnislratlon of public affairs. MOO'trobps. mostly; hsd with-j thal.federal affairs also Hood i since the previous. Ee In the New Brunswick con- FKtcrs. The present offensive which thaj is.so. the result Is a bad In the cantnie of the townsmen "for the Ottawa administration. tho Brtllsh waa 'begun provinca that punishes a parly li Hplled up .with1, n, former premier, aeries of assaiiUs anil-cleared Ha'.proVed :pillty-' of corruption and later and between the Shatt-El Hai .and-' as a federal candidate. Is of Just .'a, .cerialn lo punish a _ Trrn weeks tie DriUfih-nenf tilt .ssncUons Hon. Robert board In Toronto. Tho Alberl'Kerr. company, limited, of has heen Incorporated with a capitalization of Al- bert Kerr G.'JIeSelllle, Van- 'courer, are among Iho provisional dl- .1, iuenugn. mu -i (ffam bur'own Correipondenl) Ihe niember could have stopped iner yeb.'2B.-A sale ot liar going oul last-tall there would not be r s )leirt in Slovens rho.samo labor dllllculty.. .tables Bilur'day'...The prices "FrODl some ol the stations in m> ...i said Mr. Slewarl f'.1 ere were' not only 10 or IB, bul 40 or 60 leaving. This Is tho'questlon. We'couldn't, keep. Ihom back and I ttiMclai'io Oie HwaWJV Raymond, hairing In bis possession all bbtllei of beer, a gallon of wine and all bottles'of whls- I key, phlrley Slevens'on.iias .arresled I here on Salurday evening by'Marshall 'and will ba. for a Lethlirlilg'e maglslrale eco Ihllilt he knows the reason." 5Ir. Kern- irils'iald a. EOO! "many men had Richard-Anderson, Hushes, a u or ot weignis uuu London Inlsnd Revenue depsrlmeul, died u S S! S SSk- -f turned soldier, mnst be given, say cpen.y. Protecllon an abellor fcnerous Irnlmchl; we Cannot iifSci .Cl war; It Is war luelf. Uife-money aianautt quired lo raalnlaln the roads. Thoy had Sound lhal to he IhE case In the locarimprovement dlslrlcts. It wjs 'plain. he, no plan or sysleni had been followed In the bulldlns ol Inink he Irunk road policy nmounl- o borrowing of a million doll- ars u.n the dcp-irlmenl had no Idea of doing'any more than Stirling trorn somewhere lo somewhere else. 1 A great deal of money, he urged, could have been sivcrt U Ihere had I een'somc plan anl Ihe work done oT a permanent character. The govern- ment hid not adopted a EClenllfl' sysitm ana the result wts'ihat lie jiioncy expended had been eineivled r withoul'any foresight end eminent was now hard up arn'lime any, can be only b IB aMlllon'lo Ihls, Zam-Bak is a strong germicide It reached the nsdcrlylnj dcslroys all germs ani? cleanses the diseased parts. Zam-BaVs heallnf the growth of manent cure resulla.-, Z-.m-Buk Is bell eot tmlr for old oru ociema, and all >R1S 000 000. Interest jar cent." The farmers 4ol AlberU. UW like to have a little pt that and ull be wllltn? to I on top ot that they had 5 flM not draw Interest at nil. (100 was oii.loan outside e'country sni let u< remember, nt lime when the Dominion- was look- E for to help ,ln the prqse- Mnn of He tho'ueht FOTJIC- be done to Is money nt a.low rate of .Interesl nl use Il-lo assist the anil elp In the developmenl ol.tho coiin- the roollnn of Mr.. Hoadlcy, tho ebalc was adjourned. for -Lethbridge Wednesday "-J-i EVERYMAN CHANCE TO HELP Wlnnlpc Tcicrram loday says: have Val that several times' already'and we ar now giving every man a chance I iclp os and do his dnlv ot his own free slaled fi-.B. Denncll, dire lor of national service. ;whcn today If H was true thsV Ihe auiho lies were now making Ihe last vola The BANK OF COMMERCE U ericouraB'e tKe development of the Wtstern by eiisnding libieral credits to good lannm to purchase bi FimsH 'THE. FEEDERS IN CANADA If KEEP THE HEIFERS AT HOMEi: In 1915 itout of feeder cattle wre taken from the Winnipeg slock yards for distribution among farmer, in the. Northwestern States, rcpraenUng scnpm Canadian farmers. wisK to assist in slopping movement.' Consult us Wore selling unfinished slock. If you must us try to find you a buyer at home and build up your own district. LetWmdge BrantK: R t-Bryniner, Mgr, i ;