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: 10

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) - June 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, .TONE fl, liJ'lfl THE DAILY HERALD F1VH FOR OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION GIGANTIC steam shovels weighing sixty-five tons each, capable nf eating up the earth at the.rate of 150 (o 200 cubic yards an self propelling extension track pile drivers.; are part of the equipment recently pur-'. chased by the Government, for Col. P. ftanisayi of the Canadian Over- seas Railway Construction'Corps. This plnnt was selected by Ramsay's colleagues in the Engineering Depar.t- ment of the Canadian Pacific Railway and is being prepared by that company at the request of the Government for shipment abroad. The Canadian iseas Railway Construction Corps has built many miles of- track-at strategic points and is all the .while .engaged in surveys for further ,con- t struction. The work' hag- often to bo uunc uuJc. "here have so many narrow escapes there have been no. serious c Out of----the non-commissioned officers and sappers that en listed-on'.the foundation of the Corps 18 have al- Teady received commissions In- the _ Royal Engineers, a remarkable tribute to their efficiency, while to! Ramsay and Major Harvey have been mention- ed in dispatches. The splendid work of these Canadian engineers has been highly appreciated by the allied com- manders. BY GEN. LIPSEI1 Gen. J. F-. Hughes to Succeed Gen. Appointments Ottawa, June Upsctt. lute of Winnipeg, 1ms been promoted to be commander of ihe Third division to succeed Major-Geiienil M. S. Mer- cer, who, is missing since llic battle of lust Friday and Saturday. Uimeral Unsett at. present is in com- jniand of a brigade at. the front. Mel went to Kngland witli (lit1 lirsi Undent as commander of the Stli bat- i i union, of Winnipeg. Brig.-Gen. at. Pierre Hughes who i was lo take command of a brigade in first division will taku cumomaml of brigade, which was commantl- ed by General Victor who is j missing. Gen. Hughe.s was conummd- LT of .thy 32nd-'battalion1, of Kingston, which went to the front with the sec- ond" contingent.: He is a brother of General Sir Sam Hughes. Col. Km bury, "of itegina. command- er of the 38th battalion, will take com- mand of tiie brigade in the first div- ision, which was to be commanded by General HiifJies. lit; is a brilliant sol- dier and was decorated the King's birthday honors. Me has been pro- moted to brigadier-general. The militia authorities here are stiil without any word of General .Mercer, and it is believed now that he was killed in action. eggs all expensive., They cost more' now 'i r than; ever, before. If you spoil a tkese'costly Do not take the. risk. Baking'Powder'insures, success" if tKe other, con ten ts. are good.. Insure: success. Use i. "Made Maid" THE EOG-O BAKING1 POWDER CO- LIMITED HAMILTON. CANADA Kippenville News Kippenville, June song ser- vice held in ihe 2-12 school house last Sunday evening was attended by a large and appreciative audience. The congregational, singing was especially I good. One of the special features of ......._. _.____....... of the lal.e the evening was a- mixed quartette city engineer of Chatham, has offered rendered several good selec- to the city the entire collection of. lions. Solos were given bv Rev. Grtf- and Miss Roberts. Much credit for'the success of the song service.is Mrs. E.-B. Jones. curios of her late husband as the nu- cleus of a. city museuin due to the untiring efforts of: Mr. Carl Berg. The children of Mrs. O. C. Rem- mington have been quite sick with whooping: cough, but we are" glad to state they are all improving rapidly. Mr. Hugh Praser is a visitor at the home of Mr. D. D. Kippcn for a few days. Mr. Faichney, a student from Ed- monton, is preaching every Sunday at 2-12 school house. Service starts at 11 o'clock and Sunday school at 12. Everybody cordially invited to attend. Miss A- McReary was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hillia for the week end. Miss Alma Movold is .visiting in the vicinity for a few weeks. Crops, '.gardens etc.. are looking splendid, a good growing shower fell again on Monday. understand that Mr. D. D. Kip- pen has purchased a new Ford car and expects the arrival of the samo by next Saturday. Mrs. R. H. Alexander, -who wan the first white woman resident of, Van- couver, is dead. FOREMOST CROPS Foremost, June rains foil here Sunday'' Monday, and .'the still unsettled. The growth of Sketches of Officers Fallen -Lieut-Col. J. F. R. Usher, reported ls a Toronto bro- He went overseas as .a major, the grain has been somewhat and was, later promoted to tiie rank delayed and the general condl lieutenant colonel Lt Col Usher croos Is not I THE NEWEST DISCOVERY IN CHEMISTRY This rtcent discovery of Doctor Pierce, who Invalids" Hotel and Surgical Inatitatc at Buffalo, N. Y. Experiments at Doctor Pierce's Hospital.' for several years that there is no other eliminator of uric acid that can be compared to it. -For those easily recognized symptoms of inflam- backache, scalding urine and frequent urination, aa well as sedi- ment in the urine, or il utiu "in the bliJod hna caused rheumatism, it ia aihiply wonderful how surely "Anu'ric" acfe. The beat of results are always obtained in cases of acute rheumatism in 'the joints, in gravel and invariably the pains and stiffness which frequently and persistently accom- pany the disease rapidly disappear. Go to your nearest drug store and Eiraply ask for a 50-cent package of manufactured by Dr. Pierce, 10 cent1? to Dr. Pip.rne for a large trial package. If you suspect hiijney or bladder aeud him a Buraple of your water and 'describe symptoms. Doctor Pierce's cheroiat will examine .it, then Dr. Pierce will report to without fee or charge. French scientiats affirm that "A'iuiric" is thirty -seven times more active than lithia in eliminating uric nuid, and is a harmlfiss but reliable chemical compound that may bn safely to children, but ehould be used only by grown-ups who octnnlly wish to flintr Itiducya to perfect health, using one or mdfe'in extreme cases as "Anuric" (lifinke io Doctor Picrce'a achifivemcnt) is by-.far the' most perfect kidney and bladder corrector obtainable. was a member of the Standard Stock extljange at Toronto iiul was for a partnei in the firm of L slier Playfair and Martens. He fought through African campaign as a -private. I Capt. Willard Malone, reported Uilf ed in the "latest .engagement.at Ypres. the eldest son of the Inie A C JL Malone for manj postmastei at Owen'Sound. "Capt. Malone was acconntant'for the Taylor and Pringle company, Ltd of that cit> and Dr Pierce Pellets are 'the 'original' little Uver Pills. .One Httln thrqc for n cathartic. among the firsf to enlist in the Sound conlmgonf Capt F A Park, of the C.A.M.C. son of Andrew Park, Toronto, and practised as a doctor. At the outbreak of the war he enlisted with the Army Medical corps, and i vent overseas with .the first Canadian Lieut. v.Lyman )E. Gooderham, listed among the; missing, Is.a son of S. G. Goodorham, of Toronto. He went over- seas with the Canadian Mounted Rifled and was later transferred to General'Piercer's staff as an aide-de- camp. Lieut. Lionel Eomonde Clarke, who: is missing, is thn eldest son.of.L. II. Clarke, of the Toronto Harbor com- mission. A member of the 9th Mis- sisaugua Horse, went .overseas, with the sgcoml contingent. Capt; Melville Greenshlelds, killed in action, was the youngest son of J. Gi'eenshiolrfs, K.C., Montreal. He had been fourteen months at the front? and was provioualy wounded at St. Julien. He'was-a leading member of the brokerage firm of Greenshiclds ft !o. Capt. F. J..Vessey, killed in was private secretary to Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, general .manager' of: Lhe Bank of Montreal at the flce. Lieut E. A. Whitehead, killed in action, was a member of the firm of A. Whitehead- Co., insurance bro- icra, of Montreal. He was a grand- sou, of U.-Gol. E3 A Whitehead a for ner commander of the Victoria Lieut. B. C. McFarlanc, killed in action, was :i charterer! accountant at Montreal, having gone to that city from'Blessington, Out., some years ago. Capt. Hugh N. Fraser, who is_re_- nnrted missing, was the son of John B. Fraser, vice-president of the Bank of Ottawa. Before the. war he was with thti Toronto General Trust. Cor- poration at Ottawa, and an officer with the Governor-General's foot guards. Lieut. Jl. G. Barnes, of the Canadian Tunnelling Corps, reported missing, was a son of .Sir secre- tary of the Board'of Trade. Grand Display of New ummer Merchandi se Both in pk'C'u (roods'anil rcady-to-wcar things, showing the very latest colorings and weaves at the .least possible price. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVEH. Wash Dress Goods and Suitings for the Warm Weather Splendid 40 In. White Voiles 60c 40c 30c 10 In. Fine Figured and Striped VOILES Several different stripes and various styles of figures and blocks. Pace lier yard .60c, 60c till, 40 In. White Cotton Gaberdine A very fine soft twill, suitable for suits CC or skirts. Per yard f- 29 In. Pique Per yard 40C 35c 25c 20c 40 In. Black and White Stripes -Voiles, organdies or heavier cotton serge 4A suitings, .per yard 65c, 50c A.rftUC Values Throiigjiout vFlne English, French and Amer- ican Fancy Floral Dress Voiles Very pretty designs on grounds of sky, white, ecru, -hello, Nile 'and black. Forty inches wide, JA per yard 5Qc, 45c 1UC 10 In. American Wash Silksr Stripes and Figures On tan, saxe. navy and black grounds. Per yard Sflc A 29 In. Floral Muslins Pretty small and medium patterns on light 1 or medium grounds Per yard 25c, A IOC 33' French Percales for "shirting or women? blouses dresses. Fine stripes of black, blue and tan on pure white grounds. Special a yd. STOMACH {ROUBLES The Great Woman's Medi- cine Often Just What Is Needed. We are so used to thinking of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound OB i remedy exclusively for female ilia tjjat we are apt to overlook the fact that it isoneofthebest remedies for disorders of the stomach. For stomach trouble, of women ,it is especially adapted, as it works in com- plete harmony with the female organ- ism, since it contains the extracts of the best tonic roots and herbsi It tones up the digestive system, and increases tho appetite and strength. Here is what one woman writes showing what this siedidrwdoss: Newfleld, .N. am so pleased to say I can recommend Lydia B. Pjnk- ham's Vegetable Compound as an eco- and :bcneficial remedy in most j ailments. .pertaining to women. At least I found it so by only taking two bottles. I had indigestion in a bad form and I am now feeling in the best of health and owe it all-to Pinkham's Vegetable Mrs. BURR WILLIAMS, R.D.Nol29, New- women suffer from that gone and "feel so while doing their work. chances to one their digestive system is all out of order. A tablespoonful of Lydia E. PinkhujTifs .Vegetable Compound after each nieal shouldcompletelyremedytbif condition in a few days. 34- In. Jot'lre Suitings Pretty stripes, black on white, black on cream, tan on cream. Good weight for suits or skirts. Per yard 20 In. British Galateas Blue, tan and black stripes. Also dark navy with sputa. Suitable for hoys blouses, rompers or kitchen dresses. Special price per yard 40 In. Floral Silk Mulls til sky, pink and ecru, per yard....................... 70c The Balance of our Women's Serge and Cloth Suits Now ou Sale at a Great j Some very good Serge Suits left; also a few Silk Suits in colors and black. Sizes are assorted from 34 up to 42. If you want a Suit Bargain Come Here Early! A Big Range of Voile Waists, each All white embroidered collars and fronts, long sleeve with cuffs. Also black and blue and white, and tan and white stripes, pretty styles and neatly A-l made. Special __........................... WASH SILK WAISTS Black and white and blue and white stripe, long sleeve, convertible collar, trimmed with hall .buttons fp and breast pocket, 0 Best Dressy White Voile Waists, Just in (nun the Makers Today The prettiest things we've shown season. Very fine Htnbroiderj" work and choice lace wp'to larly well made. Sizes 31' to 44. Prices run from We still.hayfe a good assortment of light and dark fast color PRINTS at fijc Boys' Military Suits Just in. Made like the army pants, caps and puttees. Coat has Canada brass buttons and shoulder plates. The cap has brass shield. Whole outfit complete Children's Hats and Caps In endless variety. Straw hats, wash hats. felt hats, tweed caps, serge caps -and sailors: Also navy Glengarry caps. Prices range from caps -an AtlV Boys' Wash Suits We are' snowing complete stock of "wash suits 'in a great many styles in: white and AA i An Pft prices from JZ-DW Boys' Khaki Duck Pants 75C Holeproof Hosiery Sale FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY All lines of Holeproof Hose will be sold at old price Now price labels nill be put on all boxea. on' Monday next. TKe Simpson Co., Limited ;