Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

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: 12

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 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KUHUY. nCBlU'AHY Tur: DAILY IIF.RAI.D PAGE 3KVEN CARHSTOM, Feb. The AllKtta Etato Opsra Comiiauy were eivtu a evening at the Caboon Ifotel Orill on Monday evcolug last. It was the method clwsen by nsemtnt or showing how much the un- ited etlorts ot all couctrnol were iireilite-'l by tlio Stake authorities. Covers were laid for SO !ioa-- ever not ull were ab'o to yreseut the liuur ot 5 o'clock in auJ fouic thing Uko 70 pcopla sai to the ilclldous repast served to ably by aomi1 six or eight of Card slou's best lookins yoans ladles. r'ollovvins IUc sinsiuR of one stanza ot a hymn, I'realJent nuce ot (creJ ttie jnvot-ation and also at the pronounced the bepeiUcUou, ler all iiarltcliialeJ In singiUE "Hod ho Vou Till Meet Asai.i." I 1'resiJ? nl Wood, as master ot cerfr munies, k'.-iit evervlody laughing until j th tho Sliadoiv of the fhf.v i-ainu by Invitation ot tho I'ard- Sti'onJ The Hand also assists In this iierfortuauce aud mi- alt looking lor good weather that our nearest, village nelKhbota may receive- the bearty reception their WnJly ivllllnguess deserves. For Mhrch "itb and there Is i :ouiu Uraniutie tu be staged un- der the auspli-es ol tho Alberta Status tuil Itujhovement Ibe play Is being actively rehearsed, lias a cast, some H or 1C iieovle. and is qulw inoderu in its scttlyg. H enlltieil "The Man ol Ihe Hour." lj will be prCEeuled on tho gymnas- ium stage. New Building The olJ aasc-mWy liall bui-neJ down same three roars nso this roouih aud to ilial tiuiG the pc-ople of the Card- sluu Sci-ouil Ward have bvvn without a permanent place of meeting. While llic war w.is on. It was deemed inad- visable to start n new building. U wad announced last .Saturday that tho the were finished. Then the1 speech-miking Logan. I Majcv H. U. Urown, as the "father" j ot tho heroine "Tho Bohemia u Girl" of the Drsit act, made, a very witty speech and hia many appropriate and humorous allusions 10 tho members, brought rounds of ayplauae. Responses wore joadfr liy Messrs. J. Franfc Layne, tlie musical director; Jno. S. Smith. business manager; W. O. Wixpm, the leading tutor; H. Smith for his wife, the pianist, anj S. for the tMakb committee. I'res. Wood con- cluded- with u very feeling dation of the sootl work of al) TV ho hail, in this difficult presenta- tion. Things The visit of tbe Magraih Dramatic Troupe for this week was postponed on account of the severe weather. They wens billed for last Tuesday night for the play "Down the Black Canyon." We shall look forward their performance as EOOII as the moderates. On Saturday evening next the Plans we completed autl teiidtrB will soou bt; called lor, thai llio work way fcegiu as BMH as fpriag bVeake. Tho location will probaWy be just cast of the court house and very near the site of the old building. There arc only throe wards out ol Ibe slslcen in Ibe Alberta Slake iiot supplied with a place ol owned by the church. are the Is Held at Ser- vice Matters Have Been Presented Our _ FOUKM05T. Feb. weather man evidently believes (n extreme changes. For (he past throe wo have passed from ideal fall IT to the very depths ot winter, wltb a strong southeast blowing tell- er St. Many art tho moisture "iVoolford and Pfne Coulee, jtvst ot SlarcJy. fall Woolford people fcegan mauy of tlie 6 Lock men ttten an1 sorry to ?ec it on account of ihe pressure on the hay Arthur Taylor was a vUUor in I.echhrWEO during the week, turning on Tuesday's uain. Mr. H. H. Kunt week in on buMncas. Train Service At a public meeting hehl iu ;bt mu- nScSpal buildings last cvc- to' discuss the I rain service and ir.enl lelUMs credit on liiovl who wig Hinted it uud carried it' t Imjui.ii. bo 10 j fnunieiale the many good of! all the coflumes and BO iiurd was U awiirJ Ihy tir t 1'T wo wcri filially i: i Miss HII el Irma tit a very lilttt behlml. A fcoi'd inny of the luuu.s worn would iy hrivc put. ihtir wearers nearer th'- sror.t at; oiliiirie frail, bui us fun v.rA fjlty v to ho I'H! U.VYMOXiJ. Ke-b. Tack .inJ li. S AlH'u wort- the lUymosvl :T.: vi.'. .tive> u run-; the t-jsmms- ion uUkh in ou Morv u y, Our biJ-Veibn'l t.'l w funh--.-i v irlf- :wo c-ii cue i that i ,-itamp ivould lie given as EODU as Ihe b-U is Anothtr novtl atlieiac to iiKTiMse the bin'arato. fuu p ing by the Mr. If. J, i) and c to r t A r r J li iui to K of iho Marc it wa Mrs. J. V, and the consola- i lion Kvclyu .lochenn. Vf more Interest taken IT! 1'ian there was in in jiartU'iilir. for lhe scholars consi'lcrablo work to make it ihe winners. (Fioni Our Own CAUDSTOX, Feb. 5poctal ex- traordinary meeting ff thp Hoard of Trade was crilleil at 1 o'clock P.IIK ou tlie 20th, to til just before the of ether by J. CosUey la .spe whit i a und they sure need encour- ygenioiit by and parr ents. are getting our Vuarc of the s tor t'.iy U old wpa i a cr. U b as lj ten" snowing for week now. ORIOX iKium uur Own OH10.S', Fch. IS Hi FoLruary Iho ladies aid would do to help tho Thrill mpaign. Mr. jn-ojiospd tha Dr. Grecaway give a Thrift Stamp to cverj- iiewly-bom in this lUs- irict, to which T3r. Ortinwrty promptly ally the presentation of the cast- of by ite younger members of the the Canlston people before the Hoard n.untty guve an ontcnalnmcnt in The Railway EHling at'Orion hall. Tbu Rev. C. Lethbridgo on the i was the chairman and a program ot iturday iviiJi a full Coany rode tbe Ole Nelson and William Hunter are Real wfmer ilr Hcberlson JSr. Douohuc faced railway service being anything but sat- One-Four district Ihe storm ot .Sunday ami motoreU across to How isli ?at up all night Thure was a goad attendance of the [songs, drills, recitations and tableaux men as all arc very deeply j was given. serv- in Ihts mutter, the present ctl m ihe close. The luill was well pro- gram well carried out anl a most Tlio delegates named to attend ihe to catch the 2 a.m. train to Lelhbrldge, sittings at your fair city were as 'oi- aoil presented their caso to the com-'hows; erjoyablo lime was 'spent. Quite a number of i from this district paid ;t visit to Medicine Hat last ivet-k lo attend held at the ll was Steed, president of the Hoard of 1 rude, "and the change in the weather! could not olfcr immcdlaLfl relief. 1 Troupe will t here "Be- his Divy thinks more of them will come (rust (heir interests. A re solution was a pass i1 i would give decision on the later. On Saturday ive had stormy or short of water, prOTiJsed iliat every effort would be put iorih to have this line com- lOctcnl in time to carry out the crop. Mr. A. 0. Dakcr, who has been visiting wilb his daughter. Mrs. Wright, In .Virginia for the ptisi month, returned home on Tuesday IB train. Mr. "S. Long, ot the Wild Horse lhGt jje; The'laije wholesale and retail store district, was a visitor In Lethbriilgo prior lo thd ontbreat of the war an- of the Supply company during the past week. ctlicr building was promised UH here Qut-bec was almost entirely like I was jwisoncd ami suffered with neuralgic pains of thc worst sort, antf nothing.seemed lo belp me only in n a mtaer at Colcman, Alberta, started! Cardston wore a very festive nothing seemed lo belp me only in :i out to feiptoro tbc possIbilHles. on FrWay night when a Tolly temporary way. I just ctint tell you point one mile iwrth ami on Ilic, AiiHiscment how I rtfd Differ for the pisl fonr mito Af in thn Conifflillfte of (he Htd Society years and up to the (imp i began tak' nne-qoarter mire easi 01 in tae ..___, _ _. C'hin coulee, Ihey commenced lo ulaV coal tbey ramo upon chairman, 'Miss Undine McCune, Miss a warn coal ranging from two Bessette, .Mlsa Han. Mfes Ijirefi feflt In fllamefpr, In the school house. Thte Amusement Ing Tanlac. n fnw woe' Commllteu consisla of Xan SyVes "Wben I read the testimoritals nf Komc who had lieftu relieved of troubles like mine I Just felt (ike t foiildu'i make EI mistake by taWnjc work was done by the conimitlee 1 tcnm liay mares, G years old, 2fiOO Ibs.; 3 team bay geldings, tl years old. 3200 Ibs.: 1 team bay-mares. 9 rears old, 3100 Ibs.; 1 learn hiy geldiugs, 7 ami S years old, 2SW Ibs.; 1 team grey one! liJaek geld- ingE, 7 and S years old, 3000 Ibs.; 1 team bay geldings, 4 years old. 2SOO Ibs.; 1 tram bay geldings, 4 and 5 years oM, 3100 Ibs.; 1 team grey mares, 7 and S years old, Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, U years old, 1400 1 bay mare. 3 ypors old. 1500 Ilif.; 1 buckskin gelding, 7 years old. KOO Ibs.; 1 brown mare, in years oid, 1500 1 hay mare. 7 years old, 1300 1 brown ijeliilng. 9 years old, 13M Ibs.: I prey mare, 9 years old, 1500 Ibs.; I black gelding, S years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 brown gelding. 5 years old, HGO Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, 9 years oM, 1300 Ibs.: 1 brown gelding, t, ye.lrs old, 1200 1 bay mars. 0 years o'd, 1800 Ibs.; 1 grey mare. II years old. 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, 11 years oW. MOO ths.; 1 bsy innre, 7 years old, 1F.OO Ibs.; l.fcny mare. years old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 grey gcldins, 10 years old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 buckskin selding. 7 years old. 11CC 'tis.; 1 bay mare (in 7 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 bay mare (in S years old, 000 Ibs.; 1 brown.sad- dle horse. 7 years old. 900 Ibs.; 1 sorrel saddle horse. 7 yeara old, 900 jus.; I grey saddle mare. 5 years old, SOO Ibs.: S 4-year olds. 2 G geldings, heavy bone; 13 2 year olds. mares. 7 geidfngs, heavy bone; S yearlings and 7 rreancrs; 2 Ehotlaiin pony mares, (in perfeclly malchcrl, with harness anil bugsy- 3 good milch cows and 2 calves. Ducks, Geese and 200 Chickens. HEAVY FARM MACHINERY 1 New Humtey Oil-Poll Kn- gine, subject to resfTVciJ and terms will ba announced at lime nf sale; 1 30x60 ISumlcy O1I-1M11, In jooil repair; 1 34x6S Buffalo fills separator, with extension feeder, in good repair; S-bottom Cock- shutt breaker engine xang; Ift-bot- loni Uumely stubble engine xang; 1 Sawyer-Maasey separator, !ii good repair; 1 10x20 Hoy traclor; 1 10x20 Irador: 1 12x25 trader; 1 I1, ft. 0. stubble gang, new; 1 Caso breaker gang, new; Crobse stubble gang. Terms on thri above heavy farm machinery: One-third cash, balance Xovcmbcr 1, 1019. on approved notes, together with interest ai S per or 7 per cent, discount for cash on credit amounts. HOUSEHOLD 6OODS 4 ranges, 8 healers. 4 Unh beat- ers. S beds arut springs, organ, ilin- VOTES FOR WOMEN of i.nc posters are well worth ,han nm keeping and framing anil arc not only fOr you publish my slste- .original but real, funny worts ot art. meM mA cvnry sulferins person 'BAliKlOll, N'.C., Kcb. Niiiili1 Tho daiice hall and galleries wero Wh0 nay benaflt bj- my Carollni acnalo has posacd H bill to crowM all tlie evening and Ihc ball fence with this great medicine." permit women lo vole in municipal R rMie of goou ifun all Tanluc JS sold In lyithbrlilgo by J. enlerlaia- n. cream separator, 150 Ibs. lard, camp outfits, and other artic'r-s toa numerous to mention. FARM MACHINERY Humcly steel oil tank, with truck, new, 1 new wood .wat- er tank with truck, new; 1 steel oil tank and water lank with trucks; 2 cook cars, tkorc-ughly equipped with trucks; 1 bunk car with truck; 1 engine hitch, 44 feet long; 1 engine bitch, 30 feet long; 2 300 gallon steel oil tanks; 3: fuel oil pumps; 1 24x30 2-nole. tent, 6 fL walls; 1 10x12 6 ft. wall tent; 1 SxlO 3 ft. wall lent; 6 W It. sleel drag harrows; 4 S feet Dcering S ft. McCorniick bind- ers; 3 !0 ft. single disc McCormlci drills, new; 1 20 double disc Van Ilrunt press drill; 2 20 do-able disc Hoosier press drills: 1 30 double disc Monitor drill; 3 S ft. engine double discs; 2 18 ft. engine double discs; 1 S ft. single 'disc, now; 1 C. It Mussey-Harrls mowar; 5 14 ft. John Deere with breaker stubble bolloros; 2 H ft. Cockshutt gangs with breaker stubble bot- loois; 2 16 fl. John Deere sulkies, breakers; 1 16 (t. I', t O. sulky, slubble; 1 12 ft. breaker and stub: gang; 1 10 ft. corrugated food packer; 1 12 ft. corrugated land packer; 1 14 fl. corriifjatcd land packer; 1 lalirl (loal, 16 ft; S wag- ons grain tanks; 10 3% 011- unx trucks, new; 4 light wagons; 1 heavy dray; 3 wagon boxci; 1 democrat; 1 cart; 1 busgy; 10 bundle racks; 6 horse pump engines and 4 pump jacks; 2 water tanks; 1, engine for pumping or grinding: 3 heavy en- gine chains. 24 to 40 teet; 15 12-ft, log 2 grAiii picklcrs; 1 fan- 1 blacksmith outfit, com- plete, 2 small forges; .1 anvil; S jiicK 1 full set carpenter lools; 1 garden culllvalor; 1 band cultlvalor; 2 barrow carts; 9 sets breeching harness; 10 work harness; 1 set democrat hanrcsB; 1 single 3 stock 50 collars; 1 set horse ch> tpera; 1 grindstone; 1 dip- ping machine; part birrel of har- ness oil; 25 extra plow lays; doufato- trees, neckyokcs, forks. rakei ianterna, bamls; horse blankets, sfock' salt In bar- rels, 1000 BUSHELS Op sals ts sold as Mrs. Chandler has sold the land and 1 discontinuing farming. Tnere is i splendid :lat of mictilMrf In good repair; n lot of II nearly new, horsed are. In good cosdltkm ready for sprlnir work. Tlrere also some splendid young sums, except heavy machinery as abfvcj 828.00 and under cash, over that' amount, Nfo- vembcr 1.M51S. will bo siren' oh notes of approved seciitUy. bearfnK R per conti interest from date, or 7 per cent. dftCflUM off for cash on credit free Lunch Noon Slbck will dclirend to ton for outside purchtverA for Fblpmenl, free ot charge. ArraBgetneBts hatft been ma4c for aulo transportation from Nan- ton on morn leg of Mle. W. O. NAMOM, CItrk H..LMLM, ;