Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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: 12

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 (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 13 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 interior of Largest Jewelry Store in Southern Alberta C. i -i GIGANTIC MONEY RAISING SALE CIRCUMSTANCES FORCE ME to sacrifice my beautiful and expensive stock of Elegant Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, etc., at a fraction of the cost. Absolute necessity demands that.I raise a large amount of cash immediately. I must sacrifice real estate or stock, and have Decided to sell my stock. I am going to sell goods below wholesale cost, or, as a matter of factj for what I can get. No reasonable offer refused, in order to raise money quickly j Never-before: has such -a-slaugh'ter of -high-class Jewelry been seen in the whole of Canada. To be frank and use a common expression, 1 have, bit off more than 1 can and for that reason offer you an opportunity to buy Diamonds and Jewelry at your own price, with the assurance tnat the reputation and guarantee of an old-established business stands behind every article offered in this sale, no matter how low the price may seem. Come and see for yourselves. Cold type cannot do' justice to the money-saving merit of this notable sale ACT QUICKLY-DON'T DELAY Thousands of people in Lethbridge and vicinity will read this announcement. My reputation is such that my guarantee can be, relied upon, and the saving of such money is not to be weighed lightly. Don't let delay rob you of the first chance while'the-range of values is the largest We make 'a "personal' appeal for you to call at our store. You may need some article for yourself, or a present of some description for a friend, at the present time or in the near future, and we know you will profit by an investment; made during this sale. Visit Freely and Inspect at Your Leisure. Remember, it Costs Nothing and Commits You to Nothing To Call and See The Wonderful Values For Yourselves. Store Closed Thursday and Friday Sale opens Saturday, May 31, 10 a.m. R. A. WRIGHT, The Pioneer Jeweller Watch Friday's Herald for prices and see our windows. Remember, we are not gojng out of business, and Our Guarantee Is Worth Something FOR HE Socialism is Right in Spois but Methods ate not Good IMilor LciI'VindfC Herald: I-fUior I'.ut) v v. Su- cUlism. IVrll, there needs to If- liUfr s.iul nnv individual das read at aitv length at aM en1' It i? simpii. onr ftp.d U'r Mme. onlj' iimler a of (he principles j of Sctialisiu, v Itlch aitcct labor dofts respectable lines, but (Jioj from (his lliey defiart .from lor O.cm. I helioc 'in ilc IUa old LAlior all th> laults 1 ll.fr mil Our Uisf iutrrfsL lies in ppace lUat (C-aP only lie atlaivdl Iij common intitiv an'I i ci crj" (Kt> Arc j lio c not li.c 'rl tnnc an if iodv not (he history of any labor nues- tion1; which have caiicd fot ;ery min- ule common reasoning. It would be belter !or them to wait anil think-. They will learn mnrc than hi- haiilinj luml and long and no weisht with it. Kir, we'all in and there h a to everything. This ncerii proper, sane in a suhitued tone fo gel down lo com- mon sense lines. 1 think, prryirally, lhal and Jones arc jusluietl in sinking out al this time lor .1 Labor party cm the lines already laid down by tl-.e English Labor pai ly, or the Urilkfi fcdepciulenl La'tor part j, f ought lo first stop-; ihcj Mil was from thf reformed l.iheral party. Then the) got more from thil- in ISS'i hy the great honored old man, K. (iladstone, v.Iien he coi.stilun.tir'; simply for a l.almr p.irly rnnir. Hnl what liai'l'tliCd ilie ConserVAtivrc al- ways p'il nppoiition lo the Labor ear.didate. l.nrk at the Nonunnton Dmsion, Vorkshirc. -llr, Men I'icJcarc! was opposed by a Oonscrva- I live raniiitlalr. Look at the luce. vision. I.urk ior Mr. Snin Woodi, he drfratid Col. lllur.djl, 'of Ihf finest emplojirs who ever 'hvcil, hut the I'ol won the seat Lack 'till taruc abroad and is jlikely IP slay. Look at the llor.nugh ol IVisjan, when >oiing Twist was 'rlfcled lor eighi-en months. [elrclion he was opposed hy a Con- 'senatiic, wl.o won the scat back (again. It shows plainly who is the j laborer's Iricnil. see today, Sor- italibm is taking a backward turn. jTfcc Labor party is called lo front 1i> all Hy a Conserva- tive Labor Inion it must Let every person distinctly have his 01.n opinion and vote and acl willi his own conscious mind and we shall have a true' Let the minority )ield manfully and cour- ageously. Sit shall then the true of to still from on labor lints The w imcrs of tins limit shouU start rip a tree Canadian I'm'on, for II.R gcml of cur CAUSF. A Miner lor 30 years. Kcrnic. 15. C., May 37. DEAD BROKE, SHE WOULD SOON- ER STEAL RIDES THAN WRITE HOME Spokane, Wash, May gia, the boxcar alter junking the 210-mitc trio ttnm Portlar.tl to KpoVane on the blind baggage and'in Loxcars, crcalcil a near riot al the police station by trying to whip the! force. lthough .she calls herssli (Jeorgij McCarthy, anil says s-lie comes o( a, wealthy family in the cast, she re- fuses lu tell anitliing more about herself. Attired in a neat tailored Mijtr new tan shoes, and scaring rings that cost, more, than Ihe aver- age person spends (or jewelry, the "hox-Lir shows evidence ot haling seen belter She is educated. .Thai she is considerable o! an ath- lete is attested by varioui "policemen to whom .she gave battle In attempt- ing to escape. She refused to sit for a picture, so the officers thought they would trust, lo the resourceful ness odtlib newspaper photographers. Tdlinj; Georgia they were going lo lake her for on automobile ride, Ihc officers loo'x her to tlic street, where K. Kobftls, photographer for the was in hiding liOberts got the picture, also couple ol athletic kicks on' the thins. Tho irate traveller, trieil to brcaV up S300 worlli o! camera tor Mi. Rob- erts, too. Ikfoto coming 'to Spokane tho fem- ninc queen ol tho side-door Vullman, rode the front eod of a last null (rain from 1'ortlacd to Tefeba, Wa'jji. At a home near her disembarking station she secured a free meal anil is charge.! with having taken a watch. That accounts lor hur arrest and subsequent return lo Tckoa, "Do you think I rod? the Mind baggage anJ bot-cars just because I liked It .Miss .McCarity "I should Say not. I uas flat broke and too rfroud to to roy moth- er or friends lor moaey, so free fra.-jsportafion simply was the only V.'m. Menary, said to a Gait bar- ter, le deWnai nt Detroit, along with Mary EMson. of Toronto. The first soA iras turned at Bright- on, Ont.. on work ol ImUUInt waterworks syaiea, ;