Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 48

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: 48
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) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tHt PIANOSOP QUALiTV Scale Halites We Invite yon to our Show Uoom to Inspect ASftiNIBOlA MUSIC Phone 6th Si LETHBRIDGE MlLY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR PLAN MSALS PROM f GRAIN FED MUTTON PORK and BEEF ALL FRESH KILLED AND RAISED Delanys Meat FIFTH OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVERYMANS LIBRARY The true university in these said is a collection of The main the Everymans Library1 is to make1 It easy for every one to obtain such a and net at small cost all that is all that has worn well in English Cloth Leather Binding THE KENNY ALLIN PHONE 1487 OUR WEEK END SPECIALS FRESH 4 for Se good solid per 8c New California 8c GREEN per Be per 25c HOT HOUSE extra price each 35c Smaller at 30e FRESH CALIFORNIA We ex pect an extra quantity for Lowest market Extra quality Yellow Newton Pippins and Per case Per pound 10c per 60c and 70c RIPE per Extra dry mealy per POTATOES FOR Westill have a faw Gold Coin to 15 for 25o 6 Extra good just per Sc SEEDS of nil In bulk and In Mako your selections new while thsy are to bo ONIONS FOR per 20o per 40c GINGER 2 for 35o BOILED per OX per 70c FINEST ONTARIO per The government has placed a tax of 5c on green For the present our prices artf still as they 7 HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD PHONE 525 FOOD SUBSTITUTES There are still some people in Can ada who ask Is there really a short age of food in Europe This is al most incredible in view of existing Exports of wheat from this continent since January 1st have lesn far below the bushels monthly which were and in creased export of wheat substitutes lias not been sufficient to make xip the The United States and Canada alone have the capacity to the need overseas and Europe looks to us for In order to save wheat as we should must have satisfactory substitutes and ranking high among these is our plentiful supply of Under the present circumstances of acute food shortage it is nothing short of criminal that we should ne glect to make iull use of this available stock of food If it is to be used at we must use it during the next feew At this season of tlir year everyone is thinking of garden ing and of growing more vegetables To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual ar rangements for farm help this spring and can take care of your orders prowptly and satis HARRIS EMPLOYMENT AGENTS than for the success of last years war gardens gave a clear indication of what might be done in the saving of wheat and meat by the frae growth and use of But while wo are putting down our 191S crop why not use up what still re mains of IsSt years crop There are still available large stocks of pota carrots and all splendid and a more general use of them would prevent waste at the same would us to send more wheat and meat to our soldiers and The potato is the most adequate and logical substitute for Every kind of vegetable that we use means a saving in meat and We have large supplieson hand of on potatoes and other root veget ables and they are available at mod erate IsTow is the time to use thjm before radishes and the ether spring vegetables begin to show themselves above the This sort of thing is the test of our patriot for it would be poor service to those who are fighting for us if we were to allow large quantities of veg etables to go to waste while our Allies are in dire need of foods which we could well WILL ACCEPT MARKETS May short week end session on the local market was very quiet and grain trading 4vas Offerings of oats were light and tho premium fen 2 was 14 cent over the being l4c lower than Thursday and Friday Spreads on other grades were Government buyers were taking the bulk of Nos 3 and 4 and at certain points 1Sc higher was being Offerings of lower grades were practically nothing with no Demand for flax was with offerings light and spreads un May July Barley May Hay July Winnipeg Market 79 79 78 77 139 May no announcement has been made by the 2 minister of it is understood that ArchWsbop Mathieu of was nominated by Cardinal as director of chaplains for Catholic Troops has decided to accept the post and will go overseas The Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian Press association is in con vention at with President Moose president of the Saskatchewan read his an nual address and referred to the pos sibility of the establishment of a school of journalism in connectiom j with the University of Saskatchewan Norman Lambert and will give About fifty members are in 373 370 U 377 374 Cash Prices Oats 2 78 3 75 Extra 1 feed 75 1 72 2 69 Barley 3 4 1 3 WINNIPEG May to 700 cattle and 500 The receipts of butcher stuff exceptional ly but the bulk of the offer ings were stockers and More than head of this class of stock are on hand in the stockers trade slow with prices in Cttned to The outside demand i j Hog steady at yester days What few cattle j sold brought steady SUNDAY HOURS v Our store is open to morrow for the following hours AFTERNOON 2 to 4 oclock EVENING 7 to 9 oclock THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock DANDRUFF HEDLEY HAS THE CURE We have received so many favorable reports during this week on HARRIS DANDRUFF CURE AND HAIR TONIC That we are more than ever satisfied we have a preparation of merit It Is greasy nor per bottle The Frank Hedley Drug Phone 772 Drugs and Stationery Alberta FARM LABOR We can supply farmeri with A number of are oh the ground waiting for WIRC OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth Phone 645 Let MeClarys Sunshine Furnace be Your Choice It supplies healthful plenty of whole house warm and Saves because its wide air large radiating and were all designed and constructed with the view oUcononucal If you have five or ten rmnutes to spare call and see this splendid lurnace and get a free estimate on heating your home the satisfactory Sunshine The Dixon Sheet Metal ALBERTA REAR STAFFORD BLOCK We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Superior Supply FRESH KILLED Meats are We have the very choicest fresh killed MUTTON VEAL FOWL BEEF PORK ABSOLUTELY 1 QUALITY COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 OVERSEAS PACKAGES As the Postal have decreed that Tin are not the best form or container for Overseas have plac ed in stock the Soldiers Comfort Kits made of Corrugated Paper which is not only durable but very The Kits are of one size only and designed to hold any quantity up to the postal PACKAGES TO ENGLAND Twelve per Pound Limit eleven pounds PACKAGES TO FRANCE One to three 24c Three to Seven pounds 32c Limit Seven Pounds 1 Hifinbothan Co Pioneer Druggists Wholesale and Retail TELEPHONE 322 OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Lecture on New Evangelist Fagan who Is just clos ing a four weeks revival meeting at the Christian Church announces the popular lecture for Monday evening on New the Land of My Fagan recently spoke be fore the public forum of the city and has shown himself to be a forceful and interesting He lived in New Zealand until twenty five years of age and is able to bring first hand information regarding that interest ing Following the lecture about sixty lantern slides will ha In order that all may hear this lecture thn price of admission has been plated at twentyflvo ANNOUNCEMENT The ladies of Patricks Church will hold a sale of childrens ladles aprons and sununer dresses on May The good things on tht pantry table will bo an Tea will be served during the Thf6 wfl bo held In the building recently occu pied by the Koyal Store on 3rd Kverybody Pictures of Home Curry warmth and cqmfort to the heart of a MAKE AN Smiths Studio 906 Third AveTe 1471 CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention Dolan isa Montana visitor In the His homo is in Wallace is In the city from his big ranch southeast of the For Red The Red Cross acknowledges with thanks a donation of from the Milk River Red Cross per McCaig editor of publications for tfhe Provincial was in th city He is visiting a number of points in the par ticularly in connection with consoli dated Joins Jack of the local R telegraph went to Calgary yesterday and enlisted in the He will leave early next week for to go in training Is The report of the April examination of the Institute of Canadian Commer cial Educators has just come to Among the successful candi dates is Mjss Dena a student of the Garbntt Business who passed the shorthand theyre and even A though theyre lowpriced theyre unusually durable and We have sold a great many to the housewives about town and have yet to hear a complaint Congoleum rugs are fast supplanting all other types of mediumpriced rugs now on the Theyre washable and Lie flat without Come iiv today and let us tell you about them and show you some of the very handsome patterns which we Consumers Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH A DECLARATION McMaKter University conferred the degree of upon Maiy Ilev Tor ronto and John To Information Information is wanted concerning whereabouts of Selim resi dent of Lethbridge during Member of Anglican Write John 1S12 Bryant Infant Son John Field aged two infant of John Uns Ifi20 2nd died on May Funeral took place from the1 residence this afternoon at Interment took place in Augus tines Snow of Motor Road who has the duties formerly carried by Ains worth to his regular duties as dis trict states that the motor road at Crows Nest south of the is now open for traffic the snow having been shovelled This will allow travel between Lethbridge and Spokane pnd other points Medical On May 9th there were 75 men examined by the medical hoard of re view who were classed as fol lows 32 A2 IS B2 9 Cl 1 C2 I i C3 12 E and 1 On May 10th 511 wereexamined with the following re suits 2G A2 7 B2 7 Cl 1 C2 1 C3 8 E and New Soldiers The latest publication to come in to the field is a weekly entitled The which as its name is Intend ed to serve particularjly the Interests of returned soldiers and their depen It la a well edited pub lication and is being well Deceived and highly complimented on Its neat appearance and the high standard of its Attention Is drawn to advertisement in another column of this COLLECTIONS CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT AUDITS AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE THE FARMS SERVICE4GENCY Phone 1031 Box 613 I am the first and last of all indue i feed the I water the I clothe the I house the The birds of the tho beasts of the the fish of the the flowers of the all are Without my forests and there would be nothing to sell and no one to I provide for rifcra people than all Hie other Industries of the Without me there could be no lab or there could be no The the the the all look to nie for their The wool the cotton broker and the grain broker would have no business but for Not a spindle would a mill would a furnace would were It not for Armies can be no stronger than my provisions make I am the industry that never fails to declare and pay a goodly From my materials are produced tho the andthe I mako possible tho art of the My make possible the sports of the I make the health and strength of the 1 am th one hospital in which all men arc It in to me the brainfaggod turn when they want the relief they must have from the cry of 1 sustain all Tho mother gath ers from me the nourishment for her The old plead for my herbs to pro ong And at dead come to me for the eternal I am From Agricultural ARLOWS ARKET PHONE 795 1110 SIXTH COURT ARE HOLDING A Social AND Dance in Burgmans on Next May at Prices 50c The proceeds in aid of a fund for sending etc to en listed members of Good Music Refreshments For SALE 300 Marquit Wheat bushel 600 Flax Nobleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY HARRIS The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP b14 FOURTHAVENUE PHONE 613 WATCH FOR PLACE AND DATES HAVE YOU SEEN THE JALKDAW LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER Different to Other Binds from to 800 V EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL FRANKS Slnnptt 4th and 6ih Phont ;