Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANuXtW 12. 1918 THE LETimninGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CONCENTRATE SHIPMENTS WaihtngtoituUivn. 12.-Fuel Administrator aa'r|l�ld-'jtdclay ordered mines In W So sudden was the crash >that the engine on the. second, train plunged ongmo on uie aouuuu t.aiii ij.uub^u -.^ j summer, with such par- right through the train, up setting the ; ^ Squired by the stove and set Ing fire to tho Wrecked, ^^J^i ^ 5^,, registrar. Be van., The opinion of those who vis-Ited the scene Immediately after the collision Is that the men were killed even before the'van took fire. SUGGEST COffllSSlON . QN^QUEBECeiGE tore the expiration' ot tho exemption period, hff may apply for an extension ol the period, when the actual preparations made tor the work of the season 1918 cani be considered, and tho period extended, If It be thought just, until the end; of the season. Further Investigation It may he observed that If a further Investigation of tho tacts during the spring ot 1918 Indicate the desirability ot It, the exemptions already granted next Monday event at the Majestic, and because patrons are to hoar tho only company ot Its character'now on tour elthet- In the United States or cAn-ada. The San Carlo Grand Opera Company, which .comes Mondny, has always been recognized as a wonderful singing body, and each'^season visits the principal cities of tho United States and eastern Canada. Much has been said and written about this superb aggregation of I stars. Several ot the gorgftous voices of the world are to bo besird-voices whose-^possessors stand foremost In public favor. They have sung their way into musical hearts from one end ot the land to tho'other, and It Is Indeed fortunate that Ijethbrldge has been Included In tho Itinerary of the organization while It Is enroutc from Portland to Winnipeg. The magnitude of this engagement, coupled witli the tact ot a moderate seating capacity at the local playhouse, makes It decidedly certain that there will be no vacant seats at the Majestic wh^n tho curtain rings up at "8.15 Monday evening. Many are coming from out-of-town points, and a gala evening is assured. The event Is Interesting the comnujjilty's social as well as musical element, and all who are Interested In tho city's cuV tural Ule will unquestionably be ph' hand. A special train ot six cars which leaves Portland, Ore., tonight, after the final ot a.week's performances In that city, will bring the hundred mem-, bers ol the company direct to this city over the O. AV. R. & N., the Spokane International and Canadian Paclllc. Tho artists are scheduled to arrive early Monday morning, and will remain aboard the care until breakfast time, when t,hey will repair to the hotel quarters reserved tor them in advance. Tuesday morning another special train will bring the. songbirds to Edmonton, where iwo days will be devoted. Calgary has the aggregation the last,half of the week In live different productions. A number of people iwlU go from here to hear the other opera. Murray as n star of Bluebird photoplays will furnish Interesting entertainment at the Empress tffnight. Also Screen Magazine and Compdy. AT STAilLAND Mmo . Petrova, the world-taraOus Russian actress who Is appearing tonight at Stadand In "The Law of the Land." iwas born In Warsaw, Poland She hag lived In most European coun tries and travelled all over the world. Her first Paramount "picture, "The Undying, Flame," was staged In Jacksonville,' Florida; while her second. "The Law ot the Land,' 'was filmed In New York City. It is not yet known where the next production will take her, but that is "the least ot her troubles" for there Is nothing that thi.4 talented and'energetic star enjoys more than "globe-trotting." How a little girl, hiding In a church for three days, suddenly discovers a murderer" and clears the name ot her brother Is only ono of the many unusual Incidents In Vivian Martin's forthcoming Paramount production, "Little Miss Optimist" which will be the feature for Monday and Tuesday. Tonight, Last Time 100-150 Triangle Faaturo Co. Presents THE MAN WHO MADE GOOD A Snappy, Bracing, Five-Act, Up-to-the-Minute Comedy Drama ot Youth and Success The Man- JACK DEVEREAUX The Girl Who Backed Him- WINNIFRED ALLEN Ho washed dlshjs-she scrubbed floors. Then he sold crackers vwhile she worked out. Now they rido In their own touring car. Sensational Triangle Comedy and Latest Weekly, also "The Great Secret." 1 AT THE ORPnEL^vi Quebec, Jan. 12.-"Ebe following statements-were made here yesterday 111 connection with the suggestion ot the Quebec-Chronicle tor a sblutlon Winnipeg, .Tan. 12.~milei nefther tho city council nor the legislative committee ot the council have any lde& as to a substitute for the board of control In the government ot the city, it has been decided,to ask power from J-the legislature to submit a referendum to citizens on the (luestlon of -whether or not they w*nf tlie board of control abdllghed., Gor. 1st Ave aiiO 10th Street'' INSTANTLY KILLED Phones 1345,or una Turner & Witchell Sfflce at Kennedy's 410 13th �t CoaieOD. Chatham, Ont.,*Jan. 12.-Miss Anna L. Husqn, aged 67 ot St. George St., this cltyiv.was instantlyykilled yesterday afternoon ^yhen. struck ^y a southbound car on the Chatham, Wallace-burg-and Lake' Erie, railway, a mile SQuth of the city limits. .' BOB'S AUTO LiVERY Closed and heajted ears for city and co.:ntry trips; Hospital ealls n specialty. STAf.'D,, ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND ^IQHT SERVICE viewed.' Another appeal allowed is that of a farm laborer, Donald Mathteson, ot Beulah. Man. Application was made for exemption .to' the man's employer, of tho racial problems, which are now The'employer'M*ns a section ol land, dividing tho p^ooplo of'Canada: .27,7 a^es ot which were-under cultlva Sir Lomer Gouin, premier of Que- tlon and 250 acres In crop during bee: "I am In tavor of anything that 1917. He harvested his crop in 1917, ivlll bring Sood results." ~ ^ , with the assistiftce ot Mathleson and Hon. Adelaide Turgeon, speaker ot a; lorelgner'?lorJiiT�i. weeks at harvest, tho leglslatve councllT- "I read the Exemption was granted until June article hastily, but I question its prac- 12. As'In the* previous case, the ap-tlcablllty, in view of the fact that the pUcant j*'lll report his- plani^ before commission .would requife the sane- May 1, and may apply for extension of tlon ot the diflerent make the period pf exemption its flndngs legal. '\The Inspiration'ot '' the article.Is everything that Is most praiseworthy A commission 'such as you suggest, composed of eminent men. helonglug to dltterent church,es, roc-tors or professors ot universities and legal mop, could certainly find'a haslff of understand ng." . , , tb Ave. and 2nd St. liJast. Calgary. Office I^hono M2348 . : Kosidenco Phoito M2077 Interne and Ho.'.se Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear,.. Nose and Throat Hospital, New Vork City, 1911-1014. :8peclallat to Calgary School ' ^_.BoaV^__ 274-Si PULLEY'S AUTO UVERY �' ^' - _ Phonie 1S40 ,The closing service ol'thq series ot union prayer meetings wa's .held in the Christian' church. Rev. C. E. to know the complete details of the Craggol Wesley xhurch, delivered tho situation from those who will make a message lor the' eroning, his subject complete study ol it without,prejudlcd being, the "Death ol Christ." The I have read InconcelvaUle^declarations meeting, were all well attended and In the Ontario papers, which ware the proved so succcsstul arid inspiring that result ol improper information about it was decided to.hol5 union prayer the province of Quoboc. These dec- m'oetlhgs on each-. Wednesday night plaratlons aroused Indignation here preparatory to"' union evangelistic-, and the retorts from, Quebec have ap- meetings to begin'Fel^ 18th. Thd first, peaired inconceivable to the people ot prayer meeting wilv be held In tlift Ontario. But when authorized'ropro- United church, North Lethbridge, next sentatlves ot the. different; provinces Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock and will tell us what is the real situation Rev..C; E. Cragg,;' ol ,tho Wesley and what Is our duty for the future, church,. will bei the speaker lor the then we shall be in a posit-on to un- .e/^ning. We urge that every church AT THE EMPRESS Mrs. Clara Judklns Demarost, In her stately home In Boston's exclusive Back Bay read Irom a newspaper clipping that her granddaughter, Llane, was being reterredio, flippanfciy. In Parisian social circles as "Prlnce'sa Virtue." The girl had been abroad lor STEAMER AGROUND Tampa, Florida, Jan.. 12.-A-Peninsular and Occidental 'Steamer, plying between hertf*iml Cuba,_ went aground on the Cuban coast last night and is still last.  A steamer and a tug are standing by; A heavy sea is running and olllclals ol the company here assume passengers were./taken oil but have had' no direct information. derstand and abt. I oe^weli'represented'as the people ol Che United church were very {aithtul in attendance at'all services ol the week," The Baptist people since tliSlr meetings 'are over; will likely join in these seWices. �! � AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LoValley and I.,.''!. Niohol^. son have consolidutqd their in^^ ' torests as auctlonoors and will conduct sales anywhere inUhe province.'The beat of workman-.' ship and satiatacllon guaranteed or no. pay. ^ * ' . 't. For salo dates, phono lOliS or 205 nuvttl,  - Yours,tor buslneus, LeVALtfEY AND NICHOLSON i, Au'ctloneors, \ MITCHELL LIVERY .DAY OR NIQHT, ' , Wesler T. FItdii Phono 17S0 . Washington, Jan. 12.-Even some plants making munitions and other war supplies may have to curtail luM con-Sumption for a tewldays. Fuel Adihhi-Istrator Oartteld said yesterday In a statement assuring thd public that every effort would h^ made'to distribute the available supplies'oC coal which' are most .needed and that no partiality would be shown any section.. ^ SESICT FUEL FOR .New York, Jan.rl2.^RestrIction of the fuel supply ol certain non-e^sen- P�rt ot the 38,000.009 shortages the g'iJ^*^^^liSd%ot^';5orr^^^^^^^^ fmm 18-19 TWO NIGHTS Fri.-Sat., January WITH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY COMING HERE AFTER A ' RECORD TOUR THE BIG COMEDY SUCCESS BRILLIANT NEW YORK COMPANY SUPPORTING Rea Martin Distinguished. Broadway Star Seat Sate Opens Tuesday Prices .... $1.50, 11.00, 75c, W "BUSS" -PATHE \COMEDY LAST-^TIMES TONIGHT JESSE L. LA8KY PRESENTS MADAME PETROVA ..->J '-IN "The Law of the Land" ott's, . auto livers: Day Phone 144S, NIaht Phono 787 ''ll\'^S\""''l?n"?' Delaware anrMaVyland xi^a w?n..".^it''J'.w .?^J-m^'" aP-eed upon as necessary at a conter- hi linM, t,^Hiv^'" �no�j here between P. B. Noyes, head this month and next.. , ol tSe'conservation division ol the fed- eral Miiel admlnlSlrattbn, Albert w. HigXin.t's'iEato (liel administrator and city (Officlals. ' COAL FOR SALE , By Carload Only : : DOWSLEY LAND AQENCV PHONE 1809 T DRAYING or All K.ndii WestcrnTransfcrCo. V KimUeil , (>Mlco->C. P, H. Proi|M Sheds PHONM ( Offleo .......Ilfl > Stable. .......... 10M t WE PAY CASH AND TOP PRICES-FOR , HIDES. PELT$ & FURS Ship direct. It you want information write or phone. v ' LETHBRIDQB HIDE; PKiV ;� FUR CO. ,'v Roar C,P.R. To|tgra|lht Off Reference!: Standnrd Ba^k . Offloo Phono 799 Resldonee Pliepo MS ^RAND OPERA Next MONDAY NIGHT MAJESTie The Season's Extraordinary Musical-Society Attraction FIRST OPPORTUlNITY IN, THE tlFE-TIME OF MANY TO HEAR GRAND OPERA AS ins PRODUCED IN ,N. v., MONTREAL AND. ELSEWiHERB. coming by special train the JUStLy celebrated^ Winnipeg, Jan, :ll.-r--Two orders were- issued by ^t|ie;:.boBrd ot grain aupervtsors today, one fixing the price o( N ai^brdlTlslonf i Into the! RovVfninent elevatorf, at Saskatoon ' tqi\�coount of th� Whut Bxvort Com- " -  , -..... LARGEST AND MOST DISTINGUISHED GRAND OPBRA ORGANIZATION NOW TOURING. \ ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE. LARGE AND BRILLIANT .SINGING'CHORUS. :: :: SUMPTUOUS^ANO ELABORATE SCENIC AND COSTUMING EFFECTS. TRADITIONAL STAGE SETTINGS. THREE CARS OF STAGE EQUIPIWENT. ^ ' , ^ COMPLETE GRAND OPERA ORCHESTRA. ^ ; TWENTY FAMOUS EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN STARS, LUCIA DI LAIVIMERMODR Cast: MME. VACCARl AND HOMER: MESSRS.. AGOSTINI, ROYER, ROSSINI; ' -CERVI.;, , I MUaiCAL OIRKCTOR: CHtVALIKR.CARtO'PPRbNI.;'' , , V : $1.00. $1:50, $2.00. $2.50. and %iM '^''^"^l^^i Prices \ 01 12977663 ;