Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 23

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: 32
Previous Edition:

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) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK THE DAILY HERALD PAGE LATESTNEWS OF LETHBR1DGEAND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT was a steady stream of busy women to the booth all Everything Is running along said chief registrar to tho morning At a couple of points been Haymortd werr So splendid wero tho arrangements made locally for registering under tho registration measure prior to the date Bet that this morning when tho GO or more booths in ho city opened more than 3000 people had boon and tho rush whch had been expected in the various booths did not mater j practically cleaned up during the At Cardsttm Irowerlfjr and a Bow Island some ofttie did not arrive In but tiieSe have been got At Warner an exten sloh ifor a day has been allpwed on ac count of the Back to the Tho cards will be gathered togetho after registration and sent to tho cards from the province will bo collected and then sent to where a staff of500 additional clerks Is being organized to tabulate the It is explained from Ottawa that tho cards will be As a matter of fact hoard of the city and the deputy registrars were not working nearly so hard ns during tho paflt couple of days when theyhave been going full steam Up till 10 oclock this morning deputy at tho board of had registered but most of these had been dealt with prior to tho op ening of the booth this tho thieo deputies were busy during the there more than 1000 have been City Clerk Duff who Is presiding at tho city hall had registered alto but was experiencing a lull this Expect Evening The deputies however are expect ing quite a rush this evening and ad ditional booths wero opened at noon so that all may register without the inconvenience of a long One of tho popular booths today was that on the upper floor of tho Hudsons Bay Ladies combined made good use of this is In Unrated that one govern ment Intends to do with the Informa tion obtained is to do away with non essential Back to the farm will be the slogan in tho caso Now Im to the waist SOMEWHEREIN 4 The enclosed was received week from Lethbrfdgo boy In the who present a convalescent In an Wrtgllsh Out In an old cold i With a rqof thats built of Where ihjo rats eat holes In your boots at night I And lino thej bke like I He on my it I have Ami I think of the grand old past Before Bill started this harrow Whenthe life fairly I my pal who Is peeling The Flanders mud from his I ask him howhes And he answers Damn near Imchid andIm wet andIm And when It will stop When the Sergeant comes along with the word That Ive got to saddle Then Im out and I get my saddle With water and mud Its a My pal and I are Once more again on the Long a road thats raked with shell Anddeath lies across your track I think pals In the column And I wonder whpsOjComing Im downIn mud I start for While I say to myself the hundredth Y Is It really worth the of many experienced farmers who are now employed in occupations not con sidered of national couple of the provincial registrars have also hinted that the Tards will be useful for any rationing shopping with and there which may be necessary in For InspfrafJonTSce Excellent Canadian Pacific 1000 miles between rugged islands and fjorded connec tions by rail and trail with Yukon river boats gorgeous flowers circling ica capped mountains whose peaks glow in the midnight berries bor dering ageold carved totem poles contrasting with and women from the States and such a vacation will send you better fitted for jxur part in the ASK OR WRITE FOR KESORT TOUR District But bravely I trudge along And the roar and the rattle Someone starts off with the Take Me Back to Dear Old Sure it thrillsTny heart with pride When I think I am fighting for loved ones And my dear old home fireside When behold a fivenine bursts be side mo Im covered completely with Then crack goes a whizzbang above And my horse goes down with a Im up to the guns and I start for the dugout once more With liitlo thought of the horrors The Mennin Road holds in Down the road for a mile and Im halted To the horses a breath When Hie enemy guns with a ven geance Are dealing out death right and Theres a blinding crash beside And a lump rises up in my throat When I look for my pal who has Gone up in a fivenine I gathered him up in a sand Oh Lord How I hated the And I layed him to rest with some of the best fell in the Passchendaele James formerly of but more lately a resident of is dead at Spokane at the age of 74 He was born in town ship of On moved to from whence he came to Alberta taking up land as a pioneer of tire Ray where he and his sons operated what was then one of the largest farms in the SheriffYoung Receives Import ant Instructions Regarding Recruiting Here chairman of tho local recruiting for the Royal Air some Important instructions this morning affecting the recruits for the the firs Hip force is well supplied wifn for the flying wing for the and the utmost care in signing on It is made clear that cadets will not be taken from tho depot bat OnCO a man is callntPUnder the his rhances of joining tire air forces are However the recruiting committees are asked to keep before the boys of 18 and all the time the fact are need Voluntary enlistment of yourig men Is as these are the bays who make the best Mechanics Needed the mechanical how the ban which has existed Is and a special call is sent out for mechanics for the Royal Air The following Instructions have been sent Sheriff Owing to the creation of a now unit In the Royal Air it has become necessary to enlist more M4n who come under tho Military Service Act including the nineteen year old can only bo acceptedif they have not been order ed to report by the Registrar of their Only men who are in Medi cal Category B can be accented and these be skilled in one of the undermentioned Unskilled men or menwith little experience may bo enlisted for miscellaneous la bor Acetylene Boat Car Fabric AVorkers Sail Hospital In strument Magneto Repair Motor Body Motor Boat Motor la Rigger AVireless AVireless Oper The rates of pay are from per day and as you promotion in the Royal Air Force for skilled mechan ics is quicker any other ofthe Separation where are at Canadian The mechanics ranks of the Royal Air Force have proved particularly attractive to tradesmen iu the as it permits them not only to serve their country in the most useful but to keep in touch with their Wheat ICxport company for wheat for shipment overseas In order to keep up tho allied reserves until the new crop comes No Surplus Wo will never have any surplus of wheat until the now crop comes In the Herald was told by the Ellison It Is understood tho wheat supplies have been pretty well drained out of the and though tho mills hone to bo able to keep going mil II tho new wheat is marketed II will require great effort on the part of tho local mlllors to meet the situa Speaking of crop the El lison people are the opinion that Southern Alberta would have a very fair average crop if rain fell In quan tity bofora July Some districts nro already done but there are many fields which are standing up rn well Rain within tho next week is the greatest hope of tho farmers at the present time PLEADS GUILTY IN ilon a cullud lady appear eil In city police court this morning before Magistrate Irwln charged with having liquor for sale or Last while a member of the city j police force was proceeding to dump to shoot a dog be notloed a boy Tpmax woman was arrested before the At first she Inclined to fight case and pleaded not claiming hat she1 had been legally no warrant having been How fearing to Implicate other morn prominent people she changed her pica to ami was fined ami costs struggling along with a heavi army officers uniforms at will get new oed vily laden A Ihvestigatlon that the grip was laden with good Bourbon whisky which had evidently round its way across tho The boy was taken In and Offered formation that he was taking it Glon Lomaxs home on 3rd The FARMJLANDS Of Hndtoni Oomfaa tod Calfirr and KOmntM LM4 CITY AND FARM MONTQAQII The Macbeth Agency Dont Waste a Summer Industry Needs You Girls and boys its against your countrys principles to have you lie around idle this the most of the summer holidays by taking a course tofit you to fill a position in a business The demand for help far exceeds the sup SUMMER SCHOOL Our Day School remains open all Hours from S till 1 MO AFTERNOON Work in cool of the morning and have your afternoon GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8TH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1531 OFFICE PHONE 1315 Changing a Tire Is one of thi things most jnjtoinpbilists some time have to AVe can save you money on rubber bills if you entrust your tires and tubes to us for workin VULCANIZING our Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 8lxth Street Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES TRY El Producto Perfecto 15c Producto La Flor de 2 lor La Fraosa Perfecto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE THE LETHBRIDQE Whats the building was tho question on tho part of everyone who cast hlo optics towards Gait Gardens this The building was and is a mystery to most But heres the solu The fair board at a recent meek ing decided that there was need of a central located where it would bo easily accessible to and where it would bo an advertisement for tho big fairand stampede as Per mission was obtained from the city to place the building on the raised por tion of Gait Gardens and the lumber donated by Becker contract for erecting the which is LMxlli was awarded to and and it was bullj in sections so that It could be remov ed after the The Golf Club has agreed to purchase it at a figure which will clear tho fair board of Monday She fair manager will have an office where it will bo impos sible to miss CRYSTAL DAIRY MILK Represents an Attention to the Most Careful Sanitary Requirements It is clarified and bottled under the niost sanitary It is critically watched from farm to and is right when you get Youll find it the most nourishing food for children and grown ups Pasteurized milk keeps sweet longer than raw Every bottle of our milk is deliciously creamy Use it exclusively whenever milk is requir cooking or s While youre thinking of call Phone 1576 and leave your order to delivered CRYSTAL DAIRY HOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR CHARQE6 THE McLEAN TRANSFER 3i3 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 We are still aple to struggle alorig but supplies are getting prot ty low the Herald was told ut the Ellison Milling today when en quiring as to the truth of the state ment made the other day by President Wood of tho that many of the Hour mills throughout the west west unable to get The other day the board of grain commissioners put a ban on the ship ment of wheat to the from June 15th to 25th and during that time not a bushel has bapn As the niilis were able1 to hold only one months supply prior to that it is easily seen that they are getting close to the bottom of the The cause of the recent order appears to uave been a call from tho CALGARY EXHIBITION Calgary Alberta June 28th to July 1918 Judging the Prize List for Girls and Boys on their Special June A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE BEST LIVE STOCK AND MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS PRODUCED ON THIS COM TINENT AND TO OBTAIN WHOLESOME RECREATION FROM THE CLEVEREST THE WORLDS FASTEST AUTO AND EXCELLENT HORSE RACINO SPECIAL PASSENGER RATES CALGARY VICTORIA ;