Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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: 16
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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR ttbe Devalfc OAILY AND sr.d THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT. ING COMPANY, LiMITED M) eu Strtel South, W A. Buchanan Director aact Buslcen surplu-i. iu many cases with a iiroductU'U considerably Iue dcr.iestlc consumption, not uulv u ei- food ia.lsrpe tiuanliiles. .but is I'ialniaiulns taxes snJ festrk-tious dEalntt lood imports. vear. Senator Rolierliuu tulu u to IdOKpOQ [foV luuulcl- i will IMruontou city departmental espeu- Jlture this vear will total Two 17-year-olJ boys uero arrested, charged with steatlus (I'WO In dia- monds Irout a .New York Jewelry firm. Xolson returned solders Have cldi'i to toM BM Kmplre Day celebra- tion nt Dalfour uolt Saturday. New wick niahlug a delcr Auiit Burtau 9! Subscription Dally, delivered, per week '-1J by mail.'per ytar ly. by mull, per year ly by mil! per year to U.S.. JMu tain her economic stability and I'ro- moie her development- Further, as essentially 'food-producing coun- in csseln try she hss. under normal conditions. moral 'obligation lo assist those less favored in this respect- and ol eiplrr ol jubscilptlooi xp- Accept- ir a Accept- ot pipers arter data ll HJ- .uthorlty lo crljlloa. o Youns are an. ing .nz who ov Albena. ing JT. llftkL- III OUIHJJ Jackson returned on Monday inorninE irouV lite" trout, ilo eallstei .with ihe Uul'lSlst und bas licoa awov since Iho 1914. He ot ibe lllm ot Ihe foreign markcl which ih.t sunsainc Here win i In'ihe end would create a domestic' soon drive oul. _ situation that would Impair produc j A real old time ion more. -A country beset. beld In the M'lhoJisl church "ikes Rimilnv morn whicn was wen HI dU-, ieniled" and the services were good all increase its produc-; UJv. The regular quarwrly meeting lion ol food or anvthinE else, ami' XVas .held. anJ sacrament was admin- ,o a largo number at the morn- continuous unrest, strikes and other economic nnd social for Vulcan Brass the Artists Did Well ers -wore appointed last week. Claiming luat his wife's body tell from a bagguge car. smashing the cas- Kel. and mutilating Ihe remains, George Koyl. North Branch. Mica.. Is ling tho railroad for Clevelaud, Ohio, will dedicate "Li- berty a nine-mile memorial road, May :10lb. 111 honor of her dead soldiers. Trees are ue'.ng planted tar the gold star men. pallziUon ot tha milk-- supply i will uo -subuilltod loj IBQ> fclcc' tors. J j I J Miss Jsunle 'Jerge'r, 33. Now York, assorted she could not have klckcj Jos. (ioldmulz without, spllttiue her Irt. The magistrate, however, iced her under lo keeu Ihe peace. j service in New York i clly IIAS "become BO wretched thai it seriously Interfered with tho con- duct ot Increasing com- plaints to Iho Merchants' Associa- tion say. At coun on Saturday.the Eduiouloii city comptroller received a statemeiil from ilie clly-treasurer that city bad a- credit of tioi.151.74 s.t the bnnV. as tae result of the, de- poslls. Overdrafts at tlio bank .or) May Htu of 'lirevlois'years' were ;is HIGH COST OF LIVING CAUSE OF PRESENT UNREST Whal Is tie cause ot the Winaipes ElrtSe! WTuit is tie cause of Iho labor unrest throughout Canada which iiirealens to nrecjpilate .strikes in a; unmber ol cllles? the public Is in- 'i.lerestEd in the answer. is it? may think .Ihe .dc-macd U'tfe workers tor k, shorter 'day. In Lome parts ot lhe- easl that is one cause tor uniesu-'Teopli In the east lave iroriink longer hours than we.rili tie west. 'ire "acctislonwd .to. They haven't, over' old .taVil.A' it -'-Bat-liftt'-HnT- ihe -real-- cause for V-' tie> world "df'yV and ,lhKef.dniplpyiiis. .fcon'cerr.3 L nfc'order of LhJng'i 'J la; LfcourseU'ere may be cei: follows: 19IC. fl.3S3.39o; 1017, 1916. Scliuol fair 'work .lu Alberta .Is to bo a much larger undertaking this _ i year than ever before, the number o Wni. Hamilton, of Eagle Station, school talre ..belnB organized Jbclng j- born Just alter Ills father Imu coiiElderauly more lhan doublo that o gone lo fight in the civil war, raol any oilier year. Tile 'UT.iiufen M his parent recently for Ihe first timo Irtcl will IS IMS year Foi-aVICTROLA Wh'llo sell many hundreds ol laiee and cosily Vktrola-i have a slzo and to suit every pursa niid 'sell on easy payments. FREE you have a Vlctrola or not gel our bis new 612 page Ca- talog of Itccords. If out of.lonn wrlle. w6 'mall Records' aiiyf-bcr'e and guaVaulee' safe delivery. 1 Balmoral Block "The. Home "of the Vl r 10. aud C res holm m lo Us "Hold-up or queried pas- sengers as a Michigan train came 'to a sudden halt. "No, Just a'Btork visiting the Pullman said Ilio lirakesman. The track ami shopmcn'ot Ihe Tiall- way Federation in Edmonton nl n meeting held Sunday atlernoou dIJ not en'ilorse Iho resolullon ol llm Winnipeg Kcderatlon calling tor fl general strike lu Canada on 'May 20th. L.. eicepliois in inilSsf ties, Mir re" only" so'iirtiiBria' to: abolish rjplta'L'in and set up a dictntorsWp ot. labor. this _goes the crj'tor and when It prevails the world'will ccmmence lip slip (pr private snterpriee and ambliloriilvHll 51011 i night in a source Jces'-'not mate food any cheap mil, er or more accessible, and that Is i the c-rii ot lie situation. II the cost living were "less ilie government -expenditure wr 1J CSS. is useless, too, to creasing food production as long-as the Implements, ot- production ar-.l s'ubjecied to heavy tales 'and other restrictions. It is hard to credit! with sincerity those who on one hand j arc eihortlng people to on Ihe land nnd and on Ihe other arc inslsllns that they should; pay super-laics on Ihe implements..ihiy II tiey buy at home they must "pay the maBulaclurer a super- profit.'equivalent lo. ihe duty upon similar- --imported It they purchase abroad.they must-con- trihure that tai to the national trcas- nothing is gained by it or by- the res ol the .worlll If its esporls this year; jne auj e wheu ne located him J.t West Mans- Thursday evening ibe congregLi there were only about 1G lC pal i I UUI v to produce and ot Kngland met House was the scene ot'a lot Kor killing doer oul of season, I'hil lil> Cook and -Alei. Kwlpg. ot Apple- ere convlclcd.Jn Nelson Iho I reform in allcBcd that! dale, v> tho I the CaiiaJlan Bureau was con- were li three weeks Jjebind Alberts Even the gophers and the coyotes will tried out. when tie fire in the provides a great opportunity for the he tripping the llgbl'lainasllc lo the basement was discovered. t, fact Ihat the ot the revenue through Iho re-ular wiring to an eilent that au- n o entrancing strains ol the Vulcan Citi teat of prohibition lu Quebec was business profits lai. WCIe ott but zens' Band. The concert .was a decided success and costs al New Denver for a similar e ported extensively, while the Slon.of government rpyenue Irom lemporary manner. Tbe elevators are without pleased with the nppearance of things from the rise of the curlnln until the in-Mlchlgsn -vj-ns grand linale, and the large audience today, while the movies was in' a very receptive mood judg- T do ,vitllout an until Tuesday, ing- from the slornis ot applause that ivhen all will be going again The Great War Veterans' Associi greeted each part ol the ja b all; even those who were tn smile tood- nte own in numbers.very strong, and each day enlertainmenl- Dlslrict meeting by members of the Ministerial Association, of the Oleliio- dist Church arid lay metiiliers.will be held in'J WINNTFKBD: ceri iillealead :is 50 acres'-tor is piittlng m. Miss June Wood; fprme'rly.-ol .Wnrii-. Ired.'.lelVThiirsday to Tisil her sister tnursnay LU jit- itroin uur.i'wii in the 'elate of and cypects To IRON. ,10 be'sone one. .1; Mra. Many of pur'fnria.-wtomen are put.ln jn'.tetjih Ilie Ileitls working'.Hvllh the men .this i'doy, -Mr M ha____ -._ pilol ana .la. ee Many of our inrru-womcn are put-in L.were-Tisupra ju m Mrs Ca-lfHIlicstrCad's-ypungestspii' nu'siness :'LfHlhridge on is rcturnea 13! :X I ilol and Is Eettidk'along nicely alter Mothers-. Dai- Now Has y.G, M.M., and M.C hundred horses arid catUe' perished IA- IhA 'rnhnirc the recent alornt: In-the will give a dance Kri fnr Which. M.C Was Granted (Edmonton nullellln) will ineot kept up only by Ihe slrengtb ot lie well known Mmon.toh officer, who '.Madame P. Mcrcler, of IteU Lake, Minn., visiting her daughter, -Ve. not Voiding "hlghl salaried :conirnle'sioners. abroad lo o lain more orders, for Canadian foot 'producls? If Cnnada has a fooil'flhprtaEe i stea'l of a food surplus olivlonsly tl export of fooil should he limited, iirolilWlcid, unill.' pit- .ilpmcst illiinUu'ri'nas liccn Tho par -firsl.' ft Is equally oiiyioiiB Ihnt ._..... nml other on loorl Hhoilhl removed. Spmc parts of Canada heavy Importers of fnodstnffs frnin the Unltcil Slatej. O.n these a .duly Is levied plus apwar Ini of i-cni..'' Tnus'C-ariri'fa Vltli no food he M.C. Is described as follows: "Kor conspicuous gal.lanlry and 'do votion lo duly during im attack jaglncourl on September 1-2, As econt officer. during two lieavy lighting he. with his scouls. Jed Ihc ballallon forwar.d anrl sent in ac-1 curate reports'and rallied men who j had lost their was early j bul.pres'scd.forward and en-, tcrcil Gaglncourl wlin'ithroe raen, and, observing a party- ot over, a hunnrcd" j strong retiring trom" (tie village lie dashed'forward io a flank imd headed them oft and caused them to surrend- er. Had Ihea'e enemy troops been'nil- lowed to fain Ihe lilgii fjround east of Ihe village (bey would havn inllklcd heavy casualties on our lie con- liiliioil ,lci in. repoirlsi unlil ,r-x- of bloorl. t'jpl. ___ having been a i Is well kurrtvj missionary al Tlie Aquilania Is toti larjrc Quebec iiort, A Store .Specializing in Shoes IS THE PROPER PLACE TO BUY FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN The reason: Our whole time and attention la given lo FOOT-. WEAR and FOOT TROUBLES, WC have a greater variety of Ir.sls whlcti glvcj you a Ijcller selection and more chance ol getting .what will suit. carry our shoes In the. different widths. We have made.a Btufly of Ihe (or.l and fitting Hie different feet wlfA (.hocs thnflBull. This gives you more comforl as na more wear, which la a result of'iiropcr nitlntr.' Handling nolhlnK hut ari- In n select tool wear, that Is noil.; r6r Mtlcr resnlls. SrlOES FOR-MLL AQES W.'J. NELSON Go. 620 THIRD AVENUE. SOUTH SHERLOCK SUILDIN4 u.U Know the realm of child- hood dreams is a land of sweets. The :most last-, ing way to make some of those dreams a delight- ful reality is to take home frequently How about tonight SEflLED TIGHT 'KEPT KGHT ;