Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

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: 14

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, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER" 2.191? TITK uiTHRRinoE PAOE I CROWN RAND R will do more than children's craving lor "some- thing sweet" it will supply them with a wholesome food. Detlers tvery- where have "Crown Syrup" in and 20 pound s "Perfect Seal" Quart JWrite for free Cook Book. STAHCH CO. LIHITCD, MONTREAL- PjlHl) ot the there will be a presiding couvir, Victoria, Winnipeg, Stratford St. Thomas, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw Kingston, Drockvlllo Mouc ton, Hull, Cuarlolletown, Ilcllcvlllc Sherurooke. Windsor (Ontario) Chatham, Lcthbrldge, Medicine Ha 'Sydney, .Claco Bay and Sydue 1 Mines, will open al sir o'clock In til morning, asd close al five o'clock I lhe afternoon. AH other polls will open al nlno o'clock lu the morning and closo at 001QF THEM (COXTINUKD fllOU FllOXT 1'AOl) officer who, acllnp. In the capacity ol i returning officer, will Uavo general Jurisdiction la his district and ap- point deputy returning officers to take the vole. Military and naval voles cast Y-llhln thel Can- adian territory Mill all bo polled on ordinary polling day, Monday, De- cember 17. Bui arrangements have also to be-mads for Uklnr; the vote of Canadians on -tha high s'eae. Here Is a change. A naval vole cast votes cast r.-Itmn'lhe limits of Can- ada, like the voto ot soldier over- may be polled froro'f tie day after nomination day .to election day II- period of twonty-elght' days. To ineel Inls case It Is proposed that where naval vessel la duo to leave the Canadian biso and IE not likely lo TCturn" before .election, she shall take on board a-deputy presiding of- ficer who will carry callot papers with him. The Canadian sailor will then casl his vote at sea and the pre- siding officer will return to trie base as quickly as possible with the voles. II Is nol under the terms of the military servlce-flcl, thai a military or nival volo shall be cast t-any one particular polling elation. The soldier or sailor may any military, or naval polling station he can reach. Military and naval voting In Can- ada will be during the same hours1 of the same day as tho civil polls are held. All polla held within the cltjes Edmonton, Halifax, Ham lilon, .London Montreal Ottawa, Que bee, Beglna, St. John, Toronto, V; five o'clock lii the afternoon. Additional Sport 'ranter Kerensky said In answer lo oiiorO lo-lLe contrary. "It'iiuli lias fought consistently Ince Ihe beginning. She saved r'ranci and England from disaster early In Ihe war. Sho Is now worn out by Uio strain and claims as her right that tho allies should shoulder ho burden." Thus premier Kerensiy explained ilussla'a vosltlon to ihe corrcsiicm dcsU. The premier was seated lu the iurary of the Former ofllco ot em pcror In the Winter palace. Tin corrcipoutlent called attention to wide contradictory reports on Russ lau conditions snJ asked the premie: for a franli statement of the fact. "It baa been said by travellers re- turning from Enelanu anil clsowher i.o America thai oplulbn among 'h ne-iule. not officially: but generally, 1 mat Russia Is practically out of th war, IL was explained." "Is Russia out of Ilio. Trem ter Kerensky laUEhed. ll "13 ft ridiculous qties Is -aklne en-.enormous liar 'a tlie war. One ha3 only to remom Lcr history. Russia began the wa for tlio allies. Wbllo she was ready fighting England xvas only pr ring and America was only obser CROSS. If Tongue Clwn LiHie Lryer; If your, iiiile "one's tongue Is coated, It Is a. aura stin the stomach, liver and hovels need a gentle, tborough cleans- ing si your crpsaj pale, doesn't: Bleep, eal or act naturally; if brtilh, system full of.. ;cqld, throat lore, or If feverish; give a lea- ipoonful'of "California Syrup of and In a'tew hours all lhe cl.o8gPd.op, constipated VBBte, sour bile'and un: dlgcaled-food will Een'lly move out of the howelB. and you have i ful child again- Sick children needn't be coated to take this hurmicsa "fniil laxative." Millions >jt mothers keep It handy be causo they know Ha action on lhe zlomacSr llrer and bowels Is prompt and cure. They also know B. little en today.Eaves a sick child. lomorroir.1 Aak your drugght for bottle of "California Syrup of which contains' directions for babies, Unless Canadian Government UpseU Plans, Four-Team Or jjanization Will Operate Seattle, Nov. the Cana- dian government spoils the plans of he Pacific Coast Hockey assoclallon hockey will be in Ihe-norlhwesl this year and tho four cities Tfhlch made p tho league last SpoXane, Vancouver anil will all have teams In lhe league. Rlghl no-sr, U Is up to lhe Doininlon of Canada.- was one of lhe an mi'.do after .represenia lives from all-four cities mot uere and illECUSsed the hockey situation. B. J Bryan of Portland, T. and H.' Wralfht ot Spokane, :and Frank Palrlck and Lester Palrlck of Van coiiver 'were-tho vlslliag represenia lives. That R spill schedule.jjlll be. ll force this winter the.Keller of Jbi offlfclalE. The Idei'ot a'dbuhle rac was discussed and all .wero in favo both Portland ar.d Spo kane delegates favoring this system While no. dejls for players were a'u nounced, Ihbro" were vllieui slons; That Spokatto will have strong-team was another; annpunci ment.made, President Patrick, declai ng that the Canaries'Willie strength ined.'. j 'Much concern over the :Canidla draft, was felt by all o( lhe otBcjal While'It ties will grant a furlough of fou months to Uie hockey players' draf ed; as was Iho case In Iho maior bas bill nothing has as yel Bellied. :The hockey men bclleyo lha training -Is malnly'% In physical trim the'goyernment'will allows the men, chosen: to play-this winter; '.The players! over to Ihe.-gove'rnm'cnt it of the season In perfect physical.condi- tion, --v 'The neil meeting, at..'which j the schedule will be w'as'sel for 9, and will be held nt Van- ren of all and fur- grown- ups plainly on (he bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get Lhe genuine m'ado "Call forhli Fig Syrup Com pany." Liver ias important work to do. Un- der Uvowble conditions it does ,t well If sluggish, rclievy it with MOHAN'S PILLS ITALIANS FIRM IN DETERMINATION A Pacific Porl. Nov. Tantera Meeata, hcail ol tlio esc ftnauclai roiuintr.sion tNat lian arrived here, said loilay liu- possible to send en anuy lo did Iho allies on the European batllcfrunt. "It In the face of physical impossi- bility Japan should lie foolhardy en- ough to make a superhuman cflorl la send troops, ami It Blic speedily uecsme exhausted." he "ivho would then protect the Orient i! Ger- many remained "Though we Lave nol sent troops lo Kurope." he said, "we have help- ed In other n-jyt. Our navy Is serv- Wsshlaglon, 'Oct. Italian ambassador. Count Cellcrc, lu a message today to 'America's Italian Imputation, declares thst the people ol Italy, and their army are firm in tlit'lr determination' to carry oa ihe riKht against tho Austro Uoriuaii In (o a vLcloroua end The ivhich was promoted by retjutsl) ficiin llallaii in Ihe United i'talcs for liifcrmaUou ivgar. ihc- MuHan situation, has been sun to U ali in consuls for distribution as (o all Kalian Luigmgc ueft'Bpapi-ri In this country. Nov. S.-A big patriotic ncetfng Is beldg h.ld In the Assem- lily Jfall hero Sunday evcnlae under COMPULSORY SERVICE SUCCESS Clvll Iho North depended for her men on voluntary cailstmont In 1803 under President Lincoln, dquM ono t-f lhe ereatrst statesmen this coullngenl has pro- duced, coniicriyitlun became neces- sary If the -North was to prevail. Uw >s-a-i passc-A and admiulstered with firumcss, even lo the point ot shooting a few who mado ed resislancc to the' enforcement ot tlio Act. The success ot compulsory service in Hie Civil War warranted its ailop. lion by Hie United Stales in tho present crisis. wllh exemplary success. Stern measured have been inctr-J out lo those who neglected to register. Kvcry ronlidcnce is fell hy those in authority Hint The adminlstrailon of Canada's Military Service Act will I'roceeu smoothly anil evcn'.s lo are most encouraging. C-20 largely at the dls- 1 .a, o, me jfaMM jiractlcally all of Ihe carrying be- United Stales Favcur Conscription Iji 1917 as in 1863. The States was not only Italy and HussLn In the auspices of M. I. A. Dr. Iween Asia and Europe." Weeks will be Ihe. speaker. All the churches have postponed their ser- vices for (he occasion. NEED ONLY ONE PARTY JUST NOW Toronto, Xov. need only one party In Dominion politics for the nest few declares Sir Robert Falconer, president ol Toronto Unl- 15R1TAIN HAS CKEDI1 Washir-gton, Nov. A credit of was made to Great Brit- ain by the treasury to cover British expenditure in thla country up to Jan- uary 1, 191S. This brings the total loans to Great Britain to and the total loans to lhe allies to The credit today "Itussla at the beginning horc 11 hole brunt of the fighting, thereby j long as it guldea us wllh clear dircc ving Britain and France. I'eoplc lion and gives, us pure, pirty free, ompetent nnd effective leadership In hcse difficult days. Such eoverii- meut we may, I believe, expect from ho men whom Sir Robert Dordcn has ailed io his cabinet." ho cay sno Is out o[ the war have lort memories. Wo have fought" nee Ihe .bee'lnnlns and they must ow lake the heaviest part oE the urdeu on their "At present Russian public opln- in Is grcatlf agitated by the qucs on: 'Wherp Is lhe great British eet now? The German fleet Is out Iho Russia Worn Out. the premier repeated, "is out. SMC lias been fighting one im one-halt years longer than Eng- and. "Could an American army be or ny use It sent to was asfc- d. It wo'jld bo ImpoSEinln lo send said Kerensky. "It is a ion of transport. The dlltlcultlca ire.loo great." "If America cannot send troops what would be the most useful way or h'or lo help iras asked. send boots, leather, iron the premier added cuipbaticai- y, "money-" KerensUy drew altentlor .0 the fact that Russia has fought icr battles alone. "Russia has fought fight ng Kerensky said. 'Trancii las had England to help hcr'If'iin'tho' start ami no.K. America hasrcome in." The premier was asked regarding the morale of ihe Russian people and ho Russian army. He answered: "Tlio masses ore worn out econom-; Tile' life InEbhdrnli.wshad a psychological feet on the people. They doubt the possibility o't. the attalninenl of' their "Wlint Is Hie lesson to the demo- crats of tho world of the Rusian rev- Kerensky-, replied, is for them' to find put. not losa faicli in the Russian revolu- tion because it Is not a political rev- olution- but an economic one. and a revolution of faith. The Russian Is only seven months old. NTo one hris the right lo feel disillus- ioned about It. U will lake years to CALGARY MILKMEN BOOSTED THE PRICE Calgary, .Nov.- tlie re- cent order ot the foorl controller, Cal- gary milk dealers today boosted Ine [irlcc of milk to 15 cents for slnglo quarts or eight quarts for U Is understood ifie clviii officials will appeal to Ihe (pod controller. POLITICAL UNREST IN; FINN CAPITAL Petrograd, Nov, Is unrest in political circles in HelsingforSj KC- cording to a despatch from the Fin- nish capital, oyer agitation (n the Swedish1 press of Lho possibility of the taking liy Sweden of. Hie Aalands, lest thej- lie captured by Germany. Finnish newspapers declare that in QO case .would: Finland give up the Js- MILK DEALERS DEFY FOOD CONTROLLEH Moose Jaw, Nov. defiance ol the orOer ol tlie footj controller made a short, time ago against tho frier or the price of milk, all dairies v.-ith the exception or 1 supplying milk to Moose cMfzens, boosted tin price lo 11 cents per ciuarl commcnc iug today. The majority of the dairies arc buying milfc from the farmers 33 low as 5 1-2 cents. COL. SNIDER WAS INJL'ftBD IN ENGLANI Portage La Prairfe, Man., N'ov. Word .here yesterda from England, tliat Col. Snider, com mander of (he .Manitoba Heservc Da talton In a serlou accident-on October G. Col. was returning from LOWD alter arran) ing some LaUallon business and i was dark when they reached camp Taking a sliort cut his horse ran int some barbed jivlrc stretched acros the parade ground, stumhlcd and fc Col. Snider being; pinnc underneath. Hi's shoulder slnick Ih grountl hcnvilyt breaking-the arm i Iho shoulder'socJtfct. Col. Snider wen lauds, which constitute Finland's chief overseas In coniraaud of-ltie'27th Cit acfcncc. of Winnipeg battalion. lopllng compulsory service. profidug by Lor QV.U i-ipt lUc Civil For Iho firii two years Sue REMOVED TO HOSPITAL FelrograJ, Oct. Protojiofr. nilnis-tcr ol the in- terior and ouo ol the leading reaction- aries of the imperial regime, has been removed from the fortress o[ Kt. Peter anJ St. 1'aul to a on accouut of ill health. FIT-REFORM lailor made clolhes are in-a class by them- selves. Since the introduction o[ Fit-Reform many moons ago, it has stood the test. As Leadcrsairiongst those who are critical, I'it- carries Ilio banner. Our new Winter Over- coals are marvels. SZOloS-tSr 209 McKELVIE McGUIRE, LETHBRIDGE BUILDINQ QUARTERS A REGIMENT Quebec, Que., Nov. Rqas rltle buildings hero nscd as' military- quartertj' for- -.the 219th reglmehU. ft in cominandLof Lieut. Ml IB eipectert thit the regiment, 'vblch France, which Is only as-large 'as 'three Russian departments (stales) It look five years for their rcvblullon to 'develop fully." v Asked Vhat he expected from the constituent assembly', the. premier said: "The consliluenl assembly begins now chapter In lhe history ol the revolution- Its voice will be the'most Important factor futuro ot Husala." "What future do you picture, for Russia afler the .war? "No ono can draw any real tiiru' of lhe Kercnsky said. "Nalurally a man who really loves his country will hope for all good things, but.thai Is only Ms rmisloru 800, -.will he In quarters here lmay, 07 ..may nol bo 'accepted or fdrilhe.lrlriter- j U. S. Government's Faith. r urn taking flinnkipg paoplc-ofLcthbriilge ancl-tordie-' .yjlle'foi-'thcir liberal nig.the years I'CQndiicted I havo poultry n will all riny-dl'd splendid service. w. HOPKINS Washington, Nov. UnlleJ Slates Eore'rhmenL's faith in Russia was reltcrnlcd today (n the authorize tlon for a of. out .of credits previously for which was'placed lo of Iho Ilusslon "gorernment at, the federal reserve bank of during Iho day. Your CLOTHES as You Choose ASSOCIATES- V The Kind With a Reputation! 'And now inore than ever belote should men exercise great are in'the selection of clothes. You'll be asked to pay'ito niore for the clothes of quality ..we ifavirto offer {linn you wiljipay for inferior makes. Call tomorrow anil let us show you'some of the new models arrived in" Fit-Reform and Society Brand Suits and Overcoats k These suits'aiul overcoats are style; SiX fit, quality and Suits down to Overcoats dpwri to i Washington, Nov. 1. The Trans- port Kinlanci Vas recently torpedoed whllo returning' lo lhe United Stales, but Vas able to return lo a foreign port under sleam. department received a'report of tho Hccldent and SecretaryDanlela, auth- orized Its" publication. The nayy re. jperl'dorjs'not say whether there Was .any'lo33-pf life or Injury on tne'Fin- land.- STRIKES WashlngUiii.'Oct. lo atrlMS'inii iockonH union coal flclilj vcro taken up by lhe IncI adrnlnlslralCon today al n'-'c'jr tenncfi -with coal producers. In Ion dlslrlcls, order an tgrMrr-- signed recently TKITT penilttcj provldeil-when Is nlopped wllhoiil Just cause.. NoR-un- irn districts prodiico abonl of tho 'cOunlry'i bltumlnoui Onr made' to lijicafiyrc are by the best dressers in this locality c'iilty in' getting '-'a clothes, let us be your tailor, Fit "and guar- anteed. up r IF AVE HAVE IT Ijurgwrt Distributors oJ Men's Went' in Soiithern 'Aibertn KIEKHAM BLOCkC' ;