Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 19

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHCII 0, 1917 THE' LETimiUDfiB DAILY PAGIi SEV11N BATE TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES Washington, Marph dent; Wilson' todayM decided to call nn extra cession'of "for April 16 nnd nlso thai he had "to arm1 American-mer- cfiaTitmen against German -sub- operating In violation of International law. The president Is expected. lo cxcrclee his 'au- thority to arm American mer- chantmen forthwith, .The proclamation for an extra ICESlon Wai Issued at the White House, this' afternoon. The presl-1 dent said, he'was calling congress because so much necessary legls- was pressing for considera- tion, The names' of the- ahlps 'which will--be armed will not be made public by-the government and are not to be .published In the newspapers." Mr, (jacking of czblrisnt In taking this step Guns for arming merchantmen r'have been assembled at the navy -jyardfl along the Atlantic coast everything Is ready to carry 'oirt Ihe policy announced by the president, The navy drparlment will Issue (o er to refralr) front any information whatevo'r'of the na- ture of the armament of the ships anil already has appealed to the cable companies to; suppress all Information of Jhe. ships' crossing the Atlantic Irrelthc'r 'direction London, Mar." complac- ency endured ,o Ecrfcs of Yuile.sliocks 'fho. 'Dardanelles report. Bhovchiu tlio haphazard fashion In i Which the Intc' KovcriirnciU entered iiptm thnt costly adventure, was one. Tho ilrlBU Nationalist appeal to an: ptucr1 IrluuuM, consisting of MIC Unit- ed Stales president ami Ihe preiuiors of I'anada and Australia, anil tlir; nl- legcd broach 'of faith by Ihc head of (he present government, was another, Sir, F-tlward Carson's omlnious or 111 adjectives aro ap- 'plled to on Ihc submarine menace'and hints of. famine was an- oilier." -i f. -A All three came -v at pbyscolosifal fTnoinciila, Though Ilia criticism oE Ibo'present still re- ,liad.( .been (grayIng by_ leaps arid uiwITlhV'niet.ticftfs of Mhe'old .government may .prevent an JOHN GAVIN DUFFY DEAD Melbourne, M.1I1. 3, honJcm. John UnvJn putty, widely known ti tcr and publicist, la dead. John Gavin Duffy was long prom-' inciiL In Australian public affairs, lit was member of several mfu tad-Jus, vartously as poslmaEler-KCKeral, at- wrney genera] anj jnlufKter irliiioui jnow sensitive ol tlio .Auiiralljin colojilen nl impnt of uppllcd sclpnco at Hie Unlvrrfinl pcstal union congress 1905 Micr which ho entered Iho cni' WaRhinston, lln tn IS 1-1. llu was born In ploy of tUo CockEhult Plow iU Ilranirord. He later' went west, reiiriiseniine Jim company nt and Rcklnii, and ftrfuitford was made gales jnEinixgcr, Ho made a trip to Australia and other portfolio, In 1S97 BELIEVED KILLED Montreal, JUur. 9.-Harvey W Cockh-JiuU, of IJraiitfonl, Out., rojiorl etl inUuIiiK elJico 2 lasl, and wliu'p.iriH of the world and had com report cul Ihc rcjire-klllcd, '.vaa a yradualo ot the believed jileted u. trlji around Lho world pro- to the outbreak of war, SUWE TRANSPORT FROM GHENT One oi Louia Racmaeker's carloons on ihe depoiULion ol Belgians for Jcrccd laljor in Germany. These icople are deported wilhoul any provuion being ritaju lor iheu aUiving faniitjci Jell behind. KTJT-KL-AMAIJA CAPTUIJDl) tixpresRlon dlsc.oritenl ,al Ihc Im- poluous ot Ihc new. Dut there RTOjmuUerlnga.which some ob servers regard 'ns Indications ol 'the approaching storm. Jnmea Mylcs Hogge, M.P., who hca gained a 'great reputation In parlls- inent. as a judicious rrfUc In- the hoiige, suggested Jhat there itioro hustle the war callnel, and .oven'tho .round' table quarterly .review, which Iotas' with very; (avorabte eyea on LIuyd-. Georgn, ndmitled (hat the new sys- tem of government left much to tic thai a good rlenl could be anlil'ln favor of the old-procedure. One the thartlie NorLhcliftc press, .which'only a tew; wceka ago (or men for Ihe nnuy, dBTDaridirig-IIiat men be put to the. plow-Instantly.'.'Neville rJnilorial is rc- 'c'clvii.B-a. Hot of the ueH'Spapcr Hoh; IVIitchell 0n Stand Tweedie's Accounts Proe Territory in "far occupied tiy Ilic Hrilisii under Gari l Mamie, who was formerly Bccretary to'the Governor-General at Iliil (Speclni m tnr clal5 o[ Ihe treasury department The Edmonton, Mar. Is not In- provincial treasurer was not asked to .'Torruatibn you wanl; "It ifl newspaper .lahc lio esamined. was lue commcnL "ot lion. J. H. Doylo liils morning at Ihe Ellting of the public accounts Committee o[ the legislature cm the.examination by 'T. M. Twcedio ot Hon. C- n. Mitchell. 'provlncinl "treasurer, In connection irlth llio alalemcht lie laid before (lie I hobsa'acfflranttng for Ihe of the Canadian iN'ortlrcrn Western rail- way bond Issue n'lik'li Ihe opposition had dialed Iiacl riisnppcnred. "You ntlrled Mr. iioyie, "you have never requeated Information, but 1L la Capt.- Gajdenj former 'eijmrnls- jloner of the of Calgary, IE In the city today, recruiting men for'the Forestry-BattalJor. Two hundred- and fifty men are wanted from Alberta, Including bushrnen, axmen, mlllmeh and teamsterB. Men net eligible for Infantry or artillery will be taken on the Foreotpy Batta- .lion. A recruiting office hat been opened here at 5th St. 3. not Information you are sccVlnp." nnd tho provincial treasurer followed llila up by saying-he was uxpcciecl to ttnovf mora about the details, of the treasury department Lliaii tho inern- ter for Calgary Centre know, about1 the details'Ot his office. Y 'The provincial, treasurer informed' the committee that lie hart hail Ihs Lenient "prepared for a siJccfficpur- lo settle Qncc and for all the'al-, legations of the opposllfon In regard to tiie money; and thai llio details of 'the transactions could be obtained either from, the sccrelary-of Iho VANCOUVER SOLDIER -ESCAPED or Lhe deputy provin-) .London, March UC3G7) cJal treasurer.. Mr. Mitchell nlso of Vancouver has escaped staled thai an explanation thnL he trom Gorniaiiy arid" arrived here. hatl considered satisfactory had been made In the house two cessions ago. Notwithstanding thfg Hie member pcr- aislcil.in Going seriatim through all, the ftema. and again he would comment, "and you can't explain oiilyjo ho pulled up by Iho pro- vincial treasurer tha reiterated explarallon that the InTormallon sought could be ohlaincd Irora the pro- per Mitchell slated that he had not the slightest douhl the figures were absolutely au- thentic. Before submitting himself eiarri I nation Ihc provincial trea- surer hod polnlod but tliat ll w most .unusual thing to csamlnc a inlh- Isler of the crown unless there w'na Eomo allegation against him or Bouie member of the executive and that.Ms duties so far as his rfcpattmnnt-n-c'ro. concerned .were supervisory, .Air. Jloyle char.irtcrizcd na most eilraordinAry tho proceed- ing bcrauEc ns "n rule Ihc ofttcinia knew all about Lhc traneactlona of the dcpurtmcnl, A mmisler could nol be pspftcled 10 look personally Itilo ov- BRITISH APPROACH BAGDAD cnthlng. The Ruasians are nlso adrancir.t, Mr. Twecdle gare-as hla reason a different direction Uinn Ihe the.minls'.cr lha iUicmonl JtnUsh (oronpa nn.ler the vlclorloiis m.idc oc.tlie floor of tho honso by Ihc Qcnr-ral premier lhal If the cjipnftilion VIITC.__________________ not UUaf.cd 'they could, call Ihc pro-' TO Cure n Cold' .n Ont Day vlne'al IresaarCT. Take LAXATIVE T1ROMO QUININP dUj not .think that Uic Tablcla. refund If It faila (o wasr aa "rfefinilc cure. R. Grove's Blgnaturc (3 on %s that. IIc-thouBht he meant ofH- each box. Sic- AVADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. 0. E. Buiiilingi 10th Street.S. NIGHT AT T.ao'p.M. A CONTINUANCE OF THE AUCTION SALE OF THE SALVAGE STOCK Of the GOOD GO. LAY IN A SUPPLY OF GROCERIES AND RROIVSIONS AT 'YOUR OWN PRICE. FRANK WADDINGTbN AUCTIONEER i in. and gefsome of Kifchen Utensfk and cooking be just fun. COOKING VTENS1LS THAT ARE WOHN-OUT SHOULD BE THROWN AWAY. TilEf BURN THE THINGS YOU ARE COOKING AND THEY ARE NOT SANITARY. COME IN AND GET THE NEW THINGS YOU NEED YOV WILL BE SURPRISED HOW LITTLE THEY COST: AND THEY: WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND TROUBLE IN YOUR KITCHEN EVERY DAY- USE OUR HARDWARE: STANDS HARD WEAR. TAYLOR HARDWARE PHONE 75! NEXT HOTEL. DALLAS 310 FIFTH STREET S. Our Hollo Is: Service." EtTES TO-PAY-- i __ at ,-this yery smokers are trying Murads for the first time than ail other high-grade cigarettes combined; Almost 100 per Murad smokers continue Murad smokers. What is happening to-day has happened every day since Murads were first What is responsible for this? Not Quality And the endorsement of Murads by one smoker to another, from coast to coast. ;