Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

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: 30

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) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N TUB ffKMLD JULY Cbe Iterato Blterta DAILY AND WtBKkV Lit HatolDQI HtRALO MINT INQ UMlTtO MS Buchanan President Managing Director foka Business TtLKPHONM tailafeis INS WltorJal MatMi par par by per yaar by malL per year by yaar to of expiry of fubacrfatloBi ap pear dally addmi label Aceept anee of explratua data to ear authority to contlnua tke tab THE PROGRESS t OF THE Allied fains on the French front have been notable within the past tew In the vicinity of Amiens both the French and British have conduct ed attacks which have netted them a gain of territory of a mile or more In depth on a five mile as well aa a large number of The 1 Americans have carried out an espe clally brilliant attack in which they took important posts from the Ger and big batcU of On the Italian front the Italians have carried out specially successful attacks and have retaken from the BOARD OP TRADE SHOULD we will have practically a total crop failure some parts of the south is now Other dis tricta will have a partial crop at The unfortunate thing is that the stricken area when practically no harvest will be reaped is in that part of the southwest where practically total failure was recorded in This makes the matter of seed and feed for 1918 an important one in that Government aid will be need ed to supply this The Board of Trade should investigate and take the matter up with the proper govern without A MENACE 7 TO THE as Chief the present fefuse dump m the west end of the city conetitutes a fire menace the business district of the city at all it would seem that the city council would do well to overcome it by one means or We quite realize that the city has no money to spend on any improvements which can be gotten along but we have been spending money every year to improve our fire pro tection while allowing the burning dump to remain a few yards from the business centre of the This should be one of the first tackled by the new commis sioner of public HUNS CANT STOP TRANSPORTATION The Hun pirates may be able to sink undefended hospital and a stray unconvoyed but Ihe Oerman boast that an American army of importance could never be trans ported across the Atlantic has beea dealt a blow that will have its effect on the German people when they come to know the Figures given out by Secretary of on Tuesday show since a total of troops had been landed in France with a loss due to submarines of only Thii is only onefiftieth of per So much for the vaunt ed German submarine campaign which was to make American inter vention In the war six months the States will have men under arms in They are going over now at rate of nearly a During May and June of this year troops were transported from American ports to With rein crossing the Atlantic at rate we can well understand why Pocn is playing a defensive We can understand Von Cadeudorffs hesitation la launching another bloody It would be for failure from the very incep Tbo weight of the forces beginning to The French and Italians with their little are playing the game that is to the Hun tor ail TUB PROBLEM OF tQUM COAL has the all stirred up its fuel This is because if we have a fuel jt la fi Ontario And Quebec are pendent almost entirely on anthracite from the United and if it is retired to divert part of the available Imports to Manitoba then the East feels the Such was the case lact And feat why the Bast la so anxious that Mani toba should HBO Albertacoal large ly as The Monetary discussing the coal tn says Although some United States coal is now assured for Western the fact that local supplies will bo increasingly relied With out the mines tn operation in Alberta and British Columbia can meet all the requirements for domes tic and steam of the whole conn try to thehead of the lakes but the question will they It will not forgotten that the outside of was In serious danger of a coal famine last dwing to labor troubles at the mines during the summer of and the car shortage during the winter Manitoba certainly needed all the anthracite in hand during the extreme and long winter of Naturally Canadians enst of the lakes know very little of West ern Westerners hold the so many of them having come from the older Canadian provin One rooted belter in the East is that the prairies are devoid of fuel both of coal and The truth the prairies have of coal especially there in inexhaustible The lignite and subbituminous areas of that pro vince are sufficient to fill the require ments of the West for decades and generations to Alberta coal found admir ably adapted for all domestic pur fireplaces and raising although Crows Nest coal is better for steam Many Westernese whohave used both an thracite andAlberta coal for domes tic purposes prefer the as it holds the fire longer and gives off less It is greater In bulk and produces more ashes than anthra cite but on the other hand there is less of cinders and Of furnaces built to burn anthracite will not give satisfactory results In burn ing Alberta coal but that is the fault of the not the And just here it may be mentioned that val uable experimental work is being car ried on in order to perfect a furnace that will gfve good results in bunting the lower grades of bituminous coal and Alberta mines have splendid rail road connection with both Saskatche wan and Anthracite is nor mally carried from Fort William asV far west as Moose Jaw and the transportation problem in distributing Alberta coal throughoutthe prairie provinces involves np greater diffi The Edmonton Bulletin ar gues that imports of coal from the United States shouUJ be permanently cut off ae it Is unfair to expect the Albertan mines to rise to the de of and meet them without Sfrictfon and loss of That a bfe question which must be In the itb mer What Moose Bran Winnipeg and other Western to m ant ion the hundreds of thousands of consumers on the to know here and now is simply this Will the Alberta mine owners deliver the goods The question raised by Edmon ton Bulletin is one of the utmost im to Alberta mine If the Alberta mines must be developed to the utmost to meet the demanB of the West for then there should be some assurance after the war when the emergency Is the coal market the West will not be dis rupted Itjwwuld be unfair to encour age the further development of our coal areas as a war measure when the development would result in great loss with the return of peece condl In this connection it ie interesting to note the finding of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research which has been delving into the Wests coal prob It says fuel resources of toe Do minion are second only to those of the United the greatest coal country in the Bpite of this fafct Canada Im ports at present and always has im ported 50 per of her fuel from theUnlted efficiency in this re gard only 50 per these conditions the prob lem must be preferably by fhe and not by Isolated commercial agencies working In com petition with each These findings are of the utmost Importance in view the fuel condi tion which has arisen la the Surely the wide attentipn which is beinggiven the problem will produce permanent ketbbrldge la in terested in the solution and will watch the trend of events very PULP MILLS July at the Powell River Pulp Mills haa The pulp makers walked out today nnd the paper makers were willing to proceed but could do nothing without the product of theirfellow Several hundred are HUN July and AuetrfrJHungarlan Including Lammarsch and saya the Zei of have written ask ing the union In to suggest Jo parlia thajt nwnfceca each awtwbly be chosen by sec ret ballot to meet In conference in a nsutral country to discuss basis of a general PASSING UP The two Presbyterian congregations In Stratford are to be United The Ooternmcnt Is paying out Insurance on the of 70 marines killed In Kitchener campaign for the Patriot ic and Red Cross concluded with over The lady superintendent and three of the Calgary General Hospi tal have Frank Qlolma chosen at Vic as the returned soldiers candidate for the provincial byeelec tion on June Because his new men are being drafted as soon as Police Commissioner of New has stopped furtheT a rich has been convicted under the antlloafing In Even visitors must work was the magistrates Death occurred near of Miss Bella for seventeen years a missionary to Cen tral Trouble over the choice of a new rector has led to the closing of Grace Episcopal known as the Millionaires Charles Debats of has been selected as Superinten dent of the Bay City Municipal Light ing succeeding William An investigation being conducted by the Ontario License Board has reveal ed the fact that a number of doctors issuing a great many prescrip tions for At a meeting of police constables at Vancouver it was decided not to withdrawaffiliation with the Trades and Labor Council as wos demanded by the police Prosperity again stands at Mani tobas A rich plentiful harvest is forecasted in the first offcial crop issued by the Manitoba Agri cultural The only Montrealer on board the torpedoed hospital JLtlando very Castle was Miss Alice a nursing Miss Dusault made trips on the rector Pauls Fort been called as the successor of Arctideacon Webb as rector Saints ProCathedral at Edmonton Failing to clear level crossing oi Brantford was badly hurt when his buggy was crashed into by an and car from Prince Arthur of son of the Duke of will make five days stop in Alberta on His way back from towards tfie end of July or beginning Mies Mary on the teaching staff of the Napanee public schools for fortysix who Is retir was presented with an address and a cheque from the school John Dubec was fined f50 and a day for seven days by a Fort magistrate on a charge of fail ing to He was also sentenc ed to one week in Dubec Is an It has been announced In the Fed eral House of Representatives that negotiations are in progress for the sale of next years surplus of Aus tralian butter to the Imperial Govern An official chemical examination of the black bread eaten by the Austrian showed 32 per of oat the remainder bqing groundup wood hay and other unidentified Fred of was elected as supreme counsellor of the Order of the United Commercial Trav ellers of America at the annual meet Ing of the supreme council held at More than a thousand residents of Essex County are Ill from ptomaine poisoning as a result of eating chick en pies Sunday at the annual cele bration of Jean BaptUte held at near Emmy the Bohemian opera has been banned the BtageMn Prague on the ground that she has placed her services entirely at the disposal of the James for many years president and lately chairman of the board of of Phelps Dodge and copper died at his home in New York in his 81st Wilbert Trouton appeared in the Toronto police court to answerto the charge of the Uieft of a diamond from and sen tenced to three months at the Jail Twenty Winnipeg firms have conceded to the demands of the job printers for an IncreaseIn wages of a About five otherprinting shops are holding out against the de mand iintl show no sign of giving John Secretary Canadian died In Hamilton after short Kerr was a native of Pittsburg and had boen associated with tiugliouse enterprises for jnauy Binder twine will be soh across the border three cents a pound cheaper this year than Forty municipal employees have been dismissed by the Montreal City Administration x dean of Cornell Medical Is dead In his 74th Canada Is to be allotted 70 per of last years total supply of coffee Ails There is afalling off of onethird to onehalf In the lobster catch in Prince Edward A Cornell University endowment for the study of German culture will be devoted in future to the study of human President Wilson has given Food Administrator Hoover power to pay more than for wheat if he United States visitors to Canada are not obliged nor do they require It was an nounced at formerly city commis sioner of Edmonton and who for many In a variety of offices and ways has been associated public life in is v An Inspector of the Ontario License Board at Tlmmlns discovered anat tempt to smuggle liquor ints the pro vince within the plaster at Paris ped M The minimum wage of adult ex perienced feznaje workers In Winni where foodstuffs other than can dles manufactured is not lees than ten dollars The United of Ontario ara appealing against a Police Court de cision in Brantford In which one of their number was fined for alleged seditious The Ontario Railway and Municipal Board took steps to conserve the supply of natural gns by placing strlctions on large consumers to the Kent Notice appears in the Gaz ette that Lillian formerly will apply to Parliament next session for a divorce HAIL BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There is no saving In Only reliable companies repre Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block ffott her Frank al of Henry a farmer and deal er In farm was shot and Ifutfaatly Killed door of Bis home IA Notth A named Bills was placed nn tftr arrMt charged wfth the Marguerite CarrHarrls of who has been awarded the Rbyai Red has with IhoipMals oontlnUoHaly In and since the war Charged with Alex ander of drlrer of the Biko crashed Into a Shore IntorUrban canning that malted In the of Agnes de olatitd Mre Imperial Oil Companys supply station at Vancouver did dam ageestimated at An explosion IK tank of a motor car Is given the The two tank and a portion of the pre Miss Kate provincial secre tary for Saskatchewan of the Red Cross Society for more than two has resigned to take charge of the publicity work for the Canadian Cross Society and will be head of a new departmentat the head of fice In assistant postmaster at received that his Dyne who went with the 29th has been killed at England Harrison was born in Winnipeg 26 Hears The Winnipeg Womens Rifle Asso ciation held a shooting competition at the Miss Helen Paterson scored 223 points out of a possible A wool sweater was won by with a score ot 170 out of a possible tart May Corneliaon was granted a tecree nisi in the court the kings ench at Brandon by Judge McDon She was also granted the custody of her two The Henry Cornelison did not appear and no defence was offered in his The grounds for divorce were cruelty and r Robinson McDowell of Louis now first vicepresident Henry of San aow HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN ALBER TA HAIL IN8UR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN i Doesnt this appeal to you as a good reason why you should In sure with British America safe ratfer than sorry and apply now by letter or telephone Nelson and Company 414 Fifth Street Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants it is absolutely safe from as far as you are All the time it is it is earning interest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your money Dont unneeded sums on your person or hide them at Protect them against theft and fire by opening a savings account THC BANK Head Office Montreal OF CANADA LE1HBRIDGE MONARCH NOBLEFORD Acting HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance Canada should increase her produc tion of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a worldwide short age of meat Good markets lor some time to come are assured THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in acquire live Lcthbridgc wcofid and John were nominated for presidency of InteraatleMI Association of Rotury Clubi at Kan M fraftk of Soath notnlaated ler the presidency he reqtMtted that name be withdrawn because he Ifl engaged In war work and It elected would be unable to spare Major mentioned In the dispatches covering the Uandor ery Cqotle sinking Is a brother of En gineer Robert Lyon of the Elec tric Lyon Is a grad uate of Edinburgh Medical For some years he wag medical offi cer on Blue Line of TransPacific steamships bflfdrn set tling In When war broke out he wife attached to the 104th Regiment medical subse quently going to England In charge of an army medical corps reinforcement From England he was smtt to Salon Ikl and later was attached to hospital He wrote his brother a short time ago that he was on the Llandovery Major Lyon is a single matt aged 36 the duties of the office would Award of a general wage Increase of ten cents an for workers in the pulpwood and newsprint paper In 4Mtry with MMI fir wOBteh doing MUMMi by ilu laMr In which at the same tlma public a to ttatoral Cofttmlwlon reeoMmendlnR that newsprint prieei recently he rpconiMcred determine whether there should be further to cover the advanced cost of f when Sir Mackenile iowell he willed three family oil paint and a service of valued at should remain lathe posses sion of his Margaret white she lived at the family after which It was to past to his son John Moora Bowell and then his namesake Mackenile There Is some doubt as to what becomes of the silver plate and application made to Justice for an Interpre tation of the The service hae a peculiar according to the it to Blr Macken zie Bowell for the pursued by me while a member of the house of commons In of the In vestigation and In novlng eipul skm of Louis Rlel murderer of a brother Orangemen from the house of of was then a Selections Youll Enjoy from the Pathe July List 20380 fopulff Hitt your Baby a Melody Arthur I WKatll We do with f v Artfcnr 20301 Round Her Neck She a i 1 Ribbon Collins mad fcuriato The Started YaakuV LmWuuch 20362 fjtut LittU Steriinf Trio Utto Good for Good for after all Campbell and Burr back My Daddy to me 203631 Harry McdaikaV i When the War over Yfu I Quartet Arthur Mack done Me Wonderful from HOBM 203661 Harry M 90C 1 When You Ba Band Rtcordi Introt 203701 Leaf Vive La Ouaavdl WeJGod Save the King RufcBritanoia I r rUfimental Ntto Lmughalogutt 20327 fCaaey at the Ri 90fc Girl Vteil InMtrumtntat Rttmrdf 20371 March Old Italian WaUe Martin et 203751 FatheFreveK 1 The of Saint Quentm i with PatheFrereiL OM The Fei 203781 Art SftiW A different selection on each end play at least 1000 times without FtrfuU Cmtaltgu Mi virtit dirttt TM PAIME Fiius ClOtrJ Iftmtrtil teat Htm firlst Wholeuale can e play LOCAL DEALERS HUDSONS BAY LETHBRIDGE ;