Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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 Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN rilE LETHBRIDGE DAILY JIEl\ALD SATUnDAY. MAY 18,10t� wchautauqua beengomT (From Our Own rnrrcsoomlent) Tabor, May IT.-Twin girls wore born to Mr. "and .Mr.' Siratton on April 2ltli. Holh ari> thriving well. Tiie hospital boanl nre taklnp steps to install a iliimli waiter and nako other inipnivouionts in the local institntion. The.v havo abo recognized the splendid services ot the Tiiatron. Miss M/fl.pdd. by an increase in salarv. ' Master Glen llowells. ot Coal City, sustained a severe fall on Sunday, causing rupture. lie was operated on the Ranie evening by Dr. Rose and is progressing very favorably. On Tuesday afternoon Apostle >Ieber Grant, of T'tah, addressed a large gatiiering of Mormons in the local chnrch. Taber. - Mr. J. B. Wilkie, of Lethbrldge. paid a visit to town recently in.the interest of the "ICarn and Give" campaign of the Y.M.C.A. and w.e tihder-stand ho has enrolled a- goodly nnni-bcr ot the teen age boys of'town. A Wedding. On Saturday evening last. May 11th, Mr. Arnold Ralph Anderson, of Harnwell and Mlrfs Kva Williams of Klcan were united iB marriage by the Rev. A.-C. Bryan at the nia'nse. The bride was attended by Miss Ix)uise Johnston and the groom by Jfr. Jojin Williams. Mr. and .Mrs. Anderson will residt; in Barnwell where the former is manager of the Farmer's Elevator. ' Taber*s Contribution.. Taber has tsuccessfnlly carried through its V. JI. C. A. campaign, raising somewhat more than it's assigned amount of S2,400. The sale is announce.d for.gaturUay of the household effects, of 'Mr. Ed. Luokhardt. Recently Mr." Luckhardt sold his business interests in Taber to the Stringham Bros, and-purposes shortly to remove-to Kdmonton or.return Kast. Mrs. Lucklmrdt and family will spend the summer at the coast. The program of Taber's second an--inial Chatauqua Assembly has just come to hand and looks most attrac-tinie. Among the artists promised are (11 .1. H. Balmer. the noted English traveller and his wonderful choir of "Singing Kaffir Boys" from darkest Africa. 12) The inimitable Julius Caesar Xayphe in a new costume lecture. (?) Dr. Y. Minakerchi. celebrated Japanesa educator. U) The ladles' symphony orchestra, featuring Miss h'the! TiUe BiWton, the well known .soprano. �(.'>) Aniilc Theroao Davhult, dr.Ti'iintlcTead("r. (6) 'Dr. Salem Bland, of Winnipeg. (7) J. C, Uerbsman, one of last year's popular lecturers. (S) Sergt. Arthur Gibbons, of Toronto, one of Canada's heroes. (!) A Mother Goose Pageant for tho kiddles. The chntuRuqua will be held this year on August KMO. Mrs. J. T. Wlllard and R, G. Todd le-rt on Tuesday, .May 7th, to visit friends in Toronto and other points. The rrcsbyterlaii congroga(tlon have bought the homo of Mr. K. W. LncVhardl for a manse, the purchase price being $l,noO. Mr. Walter McQuat and family have moved recently to Calgary. Mrs. .McQuat will be-specially missed by Knox choir, of which -sl-.e was a leading member. Taber will be represented at the provincial musical festival in Calgary ne.xt week, by Mrs, K. R. Vick-ery and .Mr. A. Rowley. The calling up of the y(Sung men of 11> to 2:; yenr�, toucftcs a number of our boys in Taber and vicinity. Hut tliere is no kicking, all are responding to duty's call. \ The mngnicifent snow storm of Thursday has not only P'lt the climax to tho.fiii.esr_.esili�g-seaspn the West 'lias~ever''s'een, bnf haa. also dealt a staggering blow, to' the Kaiser's obsession thnl.^.God i? the fast ally of the Gei^nnii-r^eople."T'his is Heaven's contribution. ttr fhe iVictory Loan. Mr. W'm,; Nuss Vhij h{is. been ill in HoUv Cross' Hospital, Calgary, ifor several w-eeks. returned ^ home on Monday greatly improved In health. Mother's"^day w-as fittingly observed'in "several of the churches here, as w-iil be V^F.'A. .Sunday, May 2Gth. . . iTEvrs:Eli:;cJ50st'.STi5ETcirsR-. . AIV1ER1CAN RED CROSS PERFECTS NEW STRETCHER. American Red Cross workers In France have perfected a new stretcher for carrying woimded that is said to he the beat of its kind. The picture gives an idea of the comfort and safety of the new stretcher. The .wounded uro held fast by straps and belts and can be carried in any position. abigmeetin6 (From Oiir Qirn. Con �SDondent) Magrath, May 15.-At 3 O'clock today school, stores, etc.,- were all closed and tho town turned out en masse to hear our visiting brotherr Heber J. Grant, of Salt Lake City, who is president of Uie Twelve Apostles. A large choir, under the direction of J. O. Bridge, was in attendance. The meeting opened by the choir and congregation singing. "The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning," Orgon SHERWiN-WlLUAMS Paints &� Varnishes Your Home Needs Protectton You can't afford to let the painting go this yeai^. Rot and decay are the greatest menace to property. You keep up life and fire insurancewhy neglect your home? AJittle paint or vamifh-on the outside or inside now will save ytfu much greater expense later on. Look It over! Thltiic It Over! Paint It Over! WITH SHEBmN-WiuiJm PAINTS ANO VARNISHES SWF ior the house assures you of equality and durability, covering capacity and permanence of color. ' S-W Flai-Tone: A flat oil paiiit for interior walls and ceilings.' 'The beft decorators recognize the value of Flat-Tone fpr , producing a permaneht, velvety finish that �will not rub off iuid is washable. tVe.vear-resisting rubber and fabric is almost an inch thick. Tliough moderate in price, Michelins are unsurpassed in durability even by the most expensive tires. Just try a Michelin- that is all v^e' ask. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA FOUNDRY PRODUCTS LIMITED, Calgary, Alta. The Joy of Motorin XET'the Ford car introduce you to/the beauties of I . Nature and the outside world. Let it take you into jLfA the country, or along the lakes -where the air is fresh and sweet. > A Ford car will open up new fields of pleasant possibilities for you and your family and at the same time serve you faithfully in business. No doubt you have felt the. need of a car-your wife has often said, "I wish we had a car," sc^ why not buy ' one now? There is no other car that gives such good . value for the money invested as a Ford, This is why the F6rd car is so popular everywhere. The Ford is powerful, easyto drive, economical, endur- iv�r� T4- lo /�Qi' VTr\ii Y\^t:iA  ing. It is the car you need. THE.UNIVERSAL CAR Oarage, Dealers A. P. Veale, DeaW Z. Nr Skouson, Dealer - Runabout------ $575 Touring - - - - 595 Coupe------ 770 Sedan r--... 970 Chassis - - - - 1 535 OnerTon Truck - 750 F.O.B. FORD, ONT. - ^ Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond ;