Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

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


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 PACK EIGHT THE LETimninUE DAILY HERALD .FRIDAY, JUNE 9, THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block CLARKE GO. Investigate These Saturday Bargains And take advantage of (he savings offered in scores of lines of seasonable merchandise (hail you need right now. All the linos advertised in last evenings Herald remain on sale all dtiv tomorrow. ,-ind riirht up rill the Hosing hour at ten o'clock. i Here Are Mentioned Just a Few of the Many Lines on Sale Ail Suits Suits All Suits S2.5.00 All Silk Suits All Other Coats lu very latest styles many of them just to hand. n IT All colored Coats All S30.00 Long Silk it 1 t Aft Coats................ 1 An 65c. 75c and Ijl.UU 20-ln. SILK GLOVES, black Qn and white, double lipped 24-ln. SILK GLOVES, tliack. (j- -I ne while and all colurs SILK LiSLE HOSIERY SILK BOOT, whitl- :inci black price 35c Muslins, Voiles, New Wash Silk r yard wide ODC Xew Floral Voile: 45c. 50c, 65c Pique Suitings 45c, 35c, 50c White Crepe Voile: 50c, 60c Wash Repps. Indiau heads, jeans, etc. tiDC 60c 65c Large Overall Print Aprons......... Indies' Hose, all colors. and Children's or" Sox ZDC IS-lnch Embroidery, o j- and flouncing Kaibroiuery and tloimcinii :45c VOILE WAISTS, 52.50, S3.50 WASH SKIRTS, rt> CREPE HOUSE DRESSES, sizes up LADIES' UNION-SUjTS, A-. j-A 50c, 65c, 75c, EOc up to The most stylish foundation for the costume is a D A or a La Diva corset. Save money and iniptove your appearance by selecting a D A or a La Diva, which are made in Canada by highly-skilled opera- tives, in one of the finest corset factories in the world. Every corset "is guaranteed. At best j dealers, everywhere. WHERE BATTLE TOOK PLACE There is in operation iu the city, 1 today a new wholesale establishment: which opened ils doors ou June 1. Hj is the Leihbridge Mercantile Co. Ltd., j known as "The This concern has taken part of the mtmling of the i Western Supply Co., oti Hit street j i south, with trackage so that it is well j efjmpjied for wholesale business. j 1 "Hal" Morgan, who comes here from This shows, the Skagerrak off Edmonton, is in charge of the local which thejiig, astral fight took place house. The Merc is an associate j .________. V house of a line of houses, OS in mim-j ber. of which 1'S are in Canada, and: j the remainder .'n the United States, i iVlfiuP Besides its 6S wholesale houses it has J. JWWC 15 brokerage offices in the larger cit- ies of the U. S. Mr. Morgan opened j the first of the company's 28 houses in Canada and has been blazing the route ever since. The line of bouses consists mostly of wholesale grocery concerns, though handle fruits'and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham confectionery exclusively. The Leth-j were given very marked evidence of! Xohleford June to Messrs. Mc.N'icholl ami Ferrier leaving the district, a change in the officers of the local branuii of the Ked Cross society has been necessary. Their successors have been appointed and the uUlcers of the society am now as follows: chair- man, Uov. C. Marsh; Vice-chair., Mrs. C. K. Noble and Mr. A. S. Ruch- an; -secretary treasurer. U, H. McKin- non; superintendent of supplies, Mrs. A. S. Uuchan. _ Since the hog inning of the month of March, over four hundred articles huve hetMuseiu forward from the local lied Cross branch. These represent j the work of ladies in Noblet'ord. New- j lands, Keho, White Lake and Albion t Ridge. A number of articles are still J nn h'nmi, nuu in view of the increas- i7ig need, every effort will bo made to- wards a corresponding increase of supply. Much credit is due to Mrs. Du- I clum for her untiring efforts in the; j work. 1 The morning service next Sunday I j will be in tliG nature of a memorial i service, and a large attendahce is de- I sired. Attention of residents of the i j N'ewlands district is called to an ul- j i tern t ion in the hour of service. Sab- j hath school will he held at 2.30 p.m.. j and service at 3.XO H is hoped j l that parents will encourage their j I children to he prompt and regular in j I attendance. j The Ladies' Aid took a trip into the j country last Thursday and met at the j i home of Mrs. Sanderson, where a. very j j pleasant meeting was held. New J members were received and practice j was continued for ah entertainment i to be given in about three weeks'. I time by members of tiie society. Mrs.! Suanderson and Mrs. Bolton were host- esses. The meeting next Thursday I will be held at the home of Mr.i. A. S. Buchan. at 3 o'clock. Consolidated Schools We have heard that there are some i who are objecting to school consoli- j daticm because it will mean some in- crease in taxation. But it has been i proved through actual experience that only in isolated cases are taxes in-! i creased by consolidation, and even I then only slightly and for a short i time. The taxes in the Barons con LC.TEEPLE GROCER Apricots, per basket 90c Plums, per basket 80c Peaches, per doz...........40c< Strawberries, targe baskets 26c Cherries, per Ib.......... 25c Pineapples, each 20c and 25c Oranges, per doz. 40c and 50c Bananas, per doz. 30c Green Onions, 2 bunches 5c Radishes, three bunches 10c New Cabbage, 3 !bs. for 25c New Carrots, 4 Ibs. for 25c New Potatoes, 3 Ibs. for 25c Celery. 2 Ibs. for 25c Cucumbers, each 15c and 20c Tomatoes, hot house, per tb. 25c Strawberry or Raspberry Jam with Apple, 4 Ib. pail 45c Snider's Tomato Soup, 16 oz. tin, each.........------. 15c Van Camp's Soups, per tin lOIx-1 ..ounces, each 15c Coffee, very good blend, 3 Ibs. for Coffee, Our Special, per Ib. 50c G. Washington's Prepared Cof- fee, three sizes, 45c; 75c, Coffee, Donalco, 1 Ib. tin 5Cc Coffee, Tuxedo, 1 Ib. tin 50c Baking Powder, Eggo, 16 oz. tin......................25c... Baking Powder, Eggo, 2V2 Ib. tin...................... .50c. Baking Powder, Magic, 12 oz. per bottle -----...........30c 75c large Marmalade, 4 Ib. pail Salmon., Red Sockeye, 25c Salmon, Pink, large, tin, spec- cia! two tins for........25c Sardines, King Oscar, 2 tins 35c Sardines, Canadian, -1 tins 25c Red Cross Sweet Pickles, per bottle ...............35C Red Cross Sour Pickles, per bottle ...............35C Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles per Heinz India Relish, per bot. 35c Heinz Catsup, per bottle 35c Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles per pint............... 20c Heinz Sweet Gerkins, doz. 15c R. C. or G.'W. Soap, '2 pkga. 46c Sunlight Soap, 11 bars for Lifebuoy, 11 bars for Gold, the large bar....... P. and G. White Naptha, per bar............... Ivory Soap, five bars for Old Dutch, per tin R. C. Cleanser 3 tins for Sanf-Flush, for cleaning closet bowls.and keeps them sanitary 24'oz. tin 25c Scrub Brushes............ 25c Shoe Brushes............ 25c Gil.t Edge Shoe Polish, bot. 25c Two-In-One or Nugget Polish per tin................. i0c 50c 50c 5c 10c 2oc WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE J-Jmall size, per bottJe___............ 10c Medium size, per bottle............... 25c Quart size, per bottle 50c Half gallon, per PHONE 515. DOMINION BLOCK 4TH AVENUE Toronto. Juno Sam Hughes! dUtrict amount tu 5 mills. Of militia. Is greatly pleased The present school tax in the Noble- .vnlitnisrv in i ford district Is mills. In addition LECTUR-E ON WAR genuine waiting upon God for a foalhurst, June Rev. issue out of our troubles and Fuller, laie of London, Eng-! loyalty to our King and country. Both land, gave an appreciative audience j the hearty welcome accorded to Mr. ._ a 'stereopticon lecture last night, at j Fuller, and expression of satisfaction lon Oregon, and last winter "The j at its close- to the pleasure of the Presbyterian church, Great War" illustrated by 13C Ian- an evening well spent. tern slides, covering even.- phase of j it, men. battlefields, operations by 5 The Dominion government To Old Residents Who Leave bridge branch wil start handling fruits confectionery, biscuits and tobacco. The parent company is not only in the wholesale grows and packs its own fruit, owning one of the regard which they are held by their Leth bridge friends last even-.j iog when a committee of citizens in- j vaded the beautiful grounds of theirj Third avenue home and made a pre-j the largest fruit ranches in ton and Oregon, and last winter Mr_ and Mrs. E. X. Hieinbothani. bought out the Randolph Fruit Co. in j have a bosl warm Ed. California, a large organization j fruit packing houses. o land, sea and aif impressed upon all, aliJe Iboturer I tablteb a fish hatchery the "efficacy oflOnt. rill e5-j The company here will employ four Kingsville, i salesmen and already seems to be I well established. I ftV N0 Secret, Ladies! Delanys Limited sell the choic- est nothing except Southern Alberta's cold storage products. Do You Get This Service? Delanys Limited Phone 452 has been here since the beginning of j things, and Mrs. Higinbotham is also! an old timer. They were married j here eighteen years ago and have' lived here almost all the time since i then. Naturally their departure from j j the city occasions deep regret. In or-.! der that they should carry away with) them tangible evidence of the esteem! and respect in which they were held in the city, Chas. B. Bowman, one ot" j their oldest friends, on behalf of a committee of citizens, presented Mr. i and Mrs. Higinbothani with a solid sil-'; ver tray, very nicely engraved and i to Mr. Higinbotham in addition, n} solid silver cigar case suitably graved and a box of cigars. Mr. Bowman, in a few very well j chosen remarks, mentioned that ever i since the arrival of the-faraily in Leth. bridge the Higinbotliam name had j been associated with every movement for the benefit of the city. They were always true friends, loyal and faith- ful. It was needless to say that. Mrv and Mrs. K. N. iliginbotham would be! greatly missed. They had been for years and it meant to them giv-i.1 ing up oldi associations and friendships 1 of many years. Mr. and Mrs. Higinbotham both knowledged the gifts in gratefully ex-; pressed remarks. They were sorry'-! to leave the city, that was needless to say. They had enjoyed life here ami'! felt tliat no matter liow kindly they i were received in Kcimonton, Lelh- i bridge would still be "home" to Afterwards the committee .followed'] Mrs. Higinhotham, into the house; i where they.enjoyed refreshments the men sat around for a couple hours refreshing memories with I miniscenceH of the gone by, when Letlibridge was a frontier vil-S lage and Ed. Higinbotham and most! of the crowd w.ero "pals" together. Mr. Higinbotham leaves tomorrow.; for Edmonton. Ho assumes a newly created position in the Provincial Sec- retary's department. He will be In charge of the administration of the estates of insane persona, legislation along this line having recently iieen passed. All those who know Mr. Hig- 1 inhotham realize that Iis wil! fill the position with acceptance. Mrs. Iligjn. i botham doea not expect to go to Ed- monton later.Ih the aunimer. Margaret ojlarkeY drowned in the River Speed, at Hespeler, was the head saleslady in the staple 'depart- ment of Lang store in Berlin, to this it might be noted that it cheaper to pay a few dollars each year in increased taxes, 'even were an increase found necessary and to have the advantage of a higher education to children who may remain under home influence, than it would be to send the older children to Letlibridge or Mac- leod to take Higher work than is pos- sible in the average" rural school. Which ever way one looks at it, the ground these objectors take is unten- able and we are sure that they will ii.nti uu behind the project and see it to town this week include Messrs. Hodgson and Kennedy of Lethbridge, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble. Mrs. Oownmg] and family of Carniaiigay who has! been staying with Mrs. Tacabe'rry and I Miaa Mary Lynn, who has been visiting Miss Irene Benolt. i In the district east of town there I are some tine fields of of the best being that of .T. E. Gleason. There is also a big field of wheat at Miss Marion Tacaberry returned home from Cannangay this week, i AHss McKay who has been staying' with her sister, Mrs. Buchau, returned n a to and-the 'possibility of con- here, or even national regis- tration, is not being considered by the military council. -s This is the news brought back from Ottawa by Major Williams, chief re- cruiting officer for this district, who laid before Sir Sam the views'of To- ronto regimental commanders recom-. mending registration. Sir Sam said the matter of reglstra-; tion was one of public policy for the Dominion.cabinet to decide "if it was considered necessary. Me said Cana- da is the only part oE the Empire rais- ing soldiers purely by voluntary en- listment, and she wili live in history as a result of it. GREEKS DEMOBILIZE ARMY Athens, via London, June Greek cabinet has decided to publish j immediately a demobilization decree, disbanding the 12 senior military! classes. 'Major Davidson, erboro, has been appointed senior chjipjain of' Harrifield camp. ighly-three lives were lost in a tornado'.whlcli swept through Arkan- sas, and a por- tion of Illinois. _ Queen's