Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 55

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: 58
Previous Edition:
Next 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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'HDAY, MAY I. one i.Kniiwmr.K II.MLY STORE OPEN TONIGHT STCRE OPEN TONIGHT wete busy on Friday and we wisli to thank you for your ready response to. our week end-specials. To tliose who have not secured their share we say come tonight or Monday. NECKWEAR A new style collar also forms a gimp clfect in front. Mudu at fine aUecr white organ tUe a'i'l trimmed with lace. -I At I.fO COLLAR AND CUFF SETS Maile uf heavy satinf tihn- mtjd three rows of silk luattt. A platu rich slyle. Cuffs to mutch lr I mined in same 9 VC Sri. Complete CREPE COLLARS Dainty ivlitlo crcpc do choiie cottars In tho square Bailor sty It; Tri tamed with three row.? of crtain guipure and edges. Trimmed with folil'ot crepe. -i l.JU STOCK COLLARS Ladies' stock collars, joade ot novelty printed sport silk ends) ore' hemstitched Suitable for 1 7 C vfpar. Each A NEW IDEA Ladies' ftiney' white collar 'and combined. Mailo of wliliu wash material, trimmed with neat liuilons. "We have.'iticsc in various materials. This line tells for.........'........ ORGANDIE COLLAR Fine crgaiidiocollars iti sailor style. The corners have dainty vrlittc motifs inlaid In com- ers. These are suitable for dresses or faucy 1 Cft DAINTY BOUDOIR CAPS Iii pink, Mue'Or white.-Mado'of wash silk and trhnmed vriili dainty poiu[ lace.1 Very special at :i..................'...........'.'..... 60c LADIES' COTTON HOSE 25 ilozon pairs, Ladles' Plain CoUon Hose'. 'FuIIf fashioned In .good iiiinitty, but About tivtr dozen, pair of black, balance are while, Worth BUNGALOW APRONS These .oprons are.niaUe from guod quality-of-jiercale in small, nrat patterns. Qopjl fitting style holt- today for LADIES' MIDDIES Made from gooU quality of wlille drill in good style and Iri tinned with fancy sport .collars, slightly soiled. Ucgular OFF Ladies' Suit At and Over On SatuVday and Monday Only IT'S A SELLING OCCASION THAT IS WORTH WHILE TO YOU.' THE STYLES ARE EX- CLUSIVE AND WHILE THERE IS ONLY ONE 0 F A KIND THERE 18 A WIDE VARIETY TO SELECT FROM IN ALL THE NEWEST FABRI CS. The Busy Store PHONE 1251 J PAGE SKX'lixTKEX un !v Hritish iiojitiun :inj were rejiuls- eii, ibo war ofiictr aini'jiintes. Ou Illu day Uiey isniu liavlug received rt-iu- lorceuieuls aiul tK-att-L oi( wili heavy losses. Hvi'isli O child! to new-born dc-nki-n Of life's great-city! Oi, iiiv hcv.d The of 'to i- sh'.-'l, Like a ccleslial Here at the portal thc-.i ilosl sund, Ami with Uiy littlo hand Tliou openest the the future's unulscovfied Wordsworth. Decorations Awarded to Five Men Whose Feats Were Marvellous linden, May lieuicr's Ot- tawa of alraos't'super- human heroism characterized deeds for wlik-h five Victoria Crosses have been av.-ardcd. Three of the recipients ore dead. The following Instances arc the, Lancashire Fusiliers: During ,a waves- An, attack by a loir-lying air- hostile attack, nhen ilio flank of his division was ckaaidy, who .was commanding a company in close support, carried out in the nob- lest manner and .to' the" letter orders, that he must iiolil the position to tho last. Thu tnetny came on in over- whelming numbers, endeavoring to turn the flank. however, contin- ually rallied hia'rnen, under a. terrific bombardment. The enemy were sev- eral times cleared out of tho trench by his -personal leadership. Tlie, com- pany was eventually surrounded, but plane enabled the enemy to gain a footing in'a troriCtTtm either side. The' position being untenable. Columbine ordered the remaining men to-get away and though bombed from either side he kept on Hrlng.the sun anil inflicting treirjendous He was eventually killed'by a bomb Ivufch hleiv up both him and gun.. ACCIDENT. Camp May F. Annls of the fourth whig, Roynl cxh-viiiie (lie raen 'until Hi3 inust-gallartt conduct liold lip the n'hoio ftt this-..point and un.- doubicilly saved ttio lett fiank from possible diaasler. Private H. G. Columbine, oMho machine gun corps: "Ovrln-; to cas- tialtlca' Columbine look command of a gun and kept firing from nino In the roovnlng until ten o'clock In tlic alter, nupn in an isolated and unwired posi- 1 A died this morning at Camp t as tho result of Injuries sna- tained In an nlrplauo accHent ivhlch occurred yesterday morning. The ap- parent cause of the .acildent was a spinning nose dive. His Jexl of kin !s his mother, Mrs. L. E. An'nia, Toronto. Rev. D. A. .McUen, ct CloTerdnle, presented his at Uie re- cent nicetluK uf .j r i n ,j i. ouu unwireci posi- Vancouver, ow t nd Lieut. B. O. CassIdr.Jatc bealfnt; back successive encrarlson in the navy. the I'reabytery at lu inu ueilli ot his for the LAWN HOSE 6.25 Fur 60 ft. longths wi_tli SPRINKLERS 60cto2.00 CATCHERS 1 1.75 to 6.00 to GRASS SHEARS 7-inch blade GRASS SEED ZScpwft... -Sehl Hardware Co. General Hardware, Plumbing Brief Healing Phone 762 Third Ave. KCth Henderslroni 1, Jim Tenna'.it l.'ly Adams 1. Ethel Moss 2. Kdv.ard Vi-ro 1, Isabcllc MacNabu 1, Jolm Martin Marllu 5. llelui I'.-.ibb 1, Ttu-cdore Wilson J. Miss Smith Miib "I. Miss IHrfli 2. 4 .v r> LITTLE MOTHERS' DEMONSTRATION CLASS >iay 4 sh forces [11 crossed the Jordan iver on Thursday ruaci: an auaek L't-ut. O.. II. Macthiws. vri.o bis and tho Mjliiary Cross overseai. lias relumed aud has been appointed al GreeuvYOOd, 15. C. 4 (Jit-' PERSONAL of is visit- Ing Di Iho city for n toiv tha has been received at Miss June-I'arkm-oti. in the city 'vho took Utdc Moliio.-'B Demonstration rlasa Ehonlii eume in for special men- lion, 'i'lies'.- slrls Jiandicil the babies wltli greatest skill Imagmablc and a most nuitherly fashion llieir ability to attosi'lo Ilio tiny haby In scientific The girlg Uiil the demonstrating were her nursing "trauilnK Misses Margaret Vaselirak. Elsie Tal- am! afterwards voluntn tor acrvicn iiot. Marjorie llnlarl Isabel Uison lias safely arrived in lingland. [Alice lladlcy. Julia Clnimik, Margaret I'otsam and Jeaulo Chalmers.' Mrs. Dawson arrived in tity rbe Kirls iven; mined lir the nurera from Pelerboro ..ycitcrdKi- morning ol Ihc Nurslus Mission who hart cer- ami Is the guest of, ho; thiuglitor. -Mrs. I taiulv proven their abilil'y ns ieachers. Dr. Taylor, ivitti whom s an extended r Mr. Terence Horm> arrived home this afternoon from Toronto where he has completed Ida first >ear course in the Toronto University. Jlrs. Carl Luiidgren. wilb her child- of Coeur d'Ale_nu. .Iftubo. is visit- ing her parents, Air. anil Mrs. H. Mat- Eon. r Captain E. Flplden N'ivin, of Cal- garr, and Mrs.'XivIn :ire tho guests far1 the week eud uf Ilr. and Mrs Ltsch. Inspector Morrou-, <.i' tbn- customs office left for, R shori visit to Calgary this nEternoon. Little Dorecn While, the wonderful chila votulist who has delighted the patrons of Htarlaml for Hie niist throe with lier iK, leaves tonight and have to their credit cue of thfe most uniijoo and jiraclical itema of the whole session. WEDDINGS 0 9 O C- 0 4 flt O A very pleasant rlvont oecurred al Ilic reildcnce of Mr. Huns Matson, 520 12th St. C. .Xorlli wfctn his daught- er Elsie Marie was united in mar- rlase willi Mr.- Davhl Allkcn of this oily, the ceremony, being performed by liev. E. J. Hoigius of the Untied Cljurci. Tho brMo cnlerbil tho drawing' room, which prettily decorated with rents and c-.lrnatlons, to Uic fiLrains of MendcIssoKVs wcduicG inarch and was aUendci! by ii2r sister Miss Andrea Matron, Mr. Emit Carlson supporting the Krflom. The brlcio iras' attired In a MUG for Swift wlwre sho. is to fill suit will; picture an .eiigngrancnt at I.yric Theatre.[ hat to match. After the ceremony the During her slay here Dorccn has nra.lul guests sat (Sown, to a dalnly a host of friends, who will look for-1 breakfast. The' table was prettily ward lo a return'visit. decorated with pink and v.'hitc stteainers suspended from a .Mr. R. W. .r-ong" who was recently transferred to' Jtcairinc I rat is in Lclhbridgc forja jjUoil time. Rev. Hugh Dob'son is ihe guest of Ilr. and Sirs, for the week end find Is leaving next week lo continue his lour, Mrij. P.'A. Monrjrioff. of Lethbrldge, ia the guest of Mrs. II. Lyons al o ''f o .SOCIAL1 EVENTS J. C. Itcilmoni) enterlalceil a nuniucr ot guests at several tallies of cafas last everilngigS'trx- keen interest was taken In the gp.ineB at the conclus- ion, ot 'which flrJies .The rpat of slits rp.ost enjoyable cveii- Inp in music, dainty'refreah- being served by the hostess at its concjuslou. CHURCHES AND 'SOCIETIES The baljy charts havo been taken away Mr. Dobson and 33 sooh as Ihe recortls arc taken from Diem, wlllch will be in a .very short lime, Ihoy will tie returned to Lcthliridgo and each mother will receive her chart. The.Art Needlework clnlj will meet at tho 3lome of .Mrs, J.. A. Young, 322 Cth Ave. S., on Momlay afternoon. o The regular monthly nioeling of Die Nursing Mission Beard .will not Ire held ncxl Monday is .usunl but on the following Monday, Slay 13. The annual meeting will lake place" following Ihis. As llils Is a public rnc-eling the rublte should attend il so thai any facts they to know may be explained lo them and any questions answered. The sacrament of the Lord's Supner nntl thn'rcccndon of inembBra io Iho church will be held at -Wesley church on Sunrlay There will he a business, meeting ot the auxiliary of Sl..Auguslln'a on Mon- 'day al 8 o'clock, in'tiie Parish hall. Socka knilled in Weslminstcr school for April, 68 pairs: Margery Anderson 1, .Icon .Alexander 1, Kthd Allen May; Annetls 11, Kathfo Bnird 1, James Bowker-l, Annie Car- ter I; Jamca Carter 1. .TsssO Carter 2, Klsle Clayton Isobel 1, Abbie Plslicr l.'Krncst Fllnh 3, Nellie Fun- neli 1, Kllzabcth, Gilbert 1, Clara Ileaton 2. Kitat Hadglni 1. Gladys Ilodgins-2. flirissip Horn 3, 'Maude Johnston. I, Ina .TotiCB ,1, Dernard Knlbfis l! Violet lxjgan'1, Harry 1. Nora Mockford I. Doris Iloh erta 5. Margaret Roberta 1, Hussell I. -Margaret Sco'.l I, Isabella 9hav.- I. Irono Simp.Hon Annie crliouac I; Bessie Wnlerhoiiao 1, Klla Walorhouse 1, John Watslon 1, Mrs Mallctl 1. The Call Uhajiler of O. K. lioknowltdgo -with lhanks Mm'receipt 6f fifty eight pairs o( socks' froij Echnol for (he montli of Apiilix JSjsle 31.ir.tin 7, Isnballe nlson'-i, tferjojld Tboniai Howard 1 Hailli-y, 1, Jfiesalc Webb 2, ida.j'.elBti 1. Kdim'fBrtH' J, rjlllliin JJtt Tlntiins I, (vsTdie 1, hell.- Tho bride was tho -redpinut of many beautiful anil appropriate pres- ents showing the esteem In whlcb she Is held her friends. The 'bridal couple took the after- noon train for Calgary- and west. wish them "bon voyage" orer the s'ca'of Hfo. {um '.UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO AKTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Chtmidl. Clrfl, Jlttluniol lod Electrical HOME STUDY Aria Coyrse hy coircsiximlcnce. bcgice irilhone year'snttrndenee orfonr Summer School Sehocl July ind Anztul December to April 19 CEO. Y. Famous Wash Heals Skin the greatest of skin remed- ies will remove those skin afflictions that have nibde your life a That Intolerable Kching, burning and discomfort will disappear jurier tho maElc of thls: H naa cured many cases pronnunwd incurahlc Eintl trill rnnch your case, guarantee the first bottle to bring you J. D. ilielnbptham Co., drug- D: D. Not a Corn or Feet .few drops, {hen lift them off without pain. Made In Canada 1 the day wilh 3 "Is Itself a A pure, delicious drink; should also be considered a valuable adjunct to a meal, as it contains a large amount of nutritive matter in an easfly digested form. Its use permits the saving of other and wore expensive foods' I v K f TKADE..MAKK ON PACKAGED Booklet of.Chotci; liedpcs itat FREE jjj' WALTER BAKER CO. IMed, Established DORCHESTER MASS. MONTREAL, CAN. A noted Cincinnati au- thority discovered a new olher compound and called U Ireezone nnrt It'ntnv can he had In little bottles for a few cents from any drug store. Yon simply apply a few drops or freezotio upon a tender corn or painful cal- tmd instantly the sorc- nosa disappears, I hen sliortly you will find ihn corn or callui so loose that you csn lilt It- ol( l.wllh fingers. No pnln, not a Tilt of ficvoncfls, oithed when plying freezonp, or warils, and it.ilocsn't c-veit Irrltale'the skin. Ilaril corns, snft corils'or rorha between tho toes, ai- KO toughened callusea, jusl snrf lift off BO eaay. it is, H works like a charrn. -Try n ifihould hcerS'i 'on. --vrcswrf'ntfd nerer Ict'n cVfn Iwice.-.-Ailvertiflcmcnl, m 1 1 rinal Wmd-up of Hosiery Stock Tonight and Monday For three days Ave offer what we have left irt Hosiery, Cotton or Lisle, Single Pairs, 2Sc I his is matlg up mostly of Children's and Misses' sizes in black and br.own. They will all be gone. Satr. Get yours. i' Tit I P Jf Nelson Lp. SHERLOCK BLOCK COR t SEVENTH ST. S ;