Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

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

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 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMREH THE LKTimmniJK DATLY PAC1F, THIRTEEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block NEWEST SHOT TAFFr.TAK I'laltlr. and strip est soft sllkH. Special Saturday, Is Rea OUT already extensive'stock ..I1 suils, coals, skirts and dresses has heei, further augmented by the at'. ival of some liandsoine new styles di.plnwii tomorrow for tlie first time. Featuring Specially Attractive Values To-morrow in Newest Suits of the Finest Makes Handsome Serge and Cheviot Suits Colors navy, black, green and brown. Close fitting convertible collnra. Sizes 1C to 42. All special values. Finest Serge and Venetian IJHKidcloUi Suits Beautifully trimmed with braid, etc. All exclusive styles. Serviceable Grey Tweed and Worsted Sails to Sizes IMS and big sizes up to 44. Handsome styles featuring exceptional values at tlie various prices. Most Exclusive and Elaborate Broadcloth Suits, to .lust a few numbers In this lot. The finest '.vc have hud to sllf.w this season. One of a kind. GOSSARD CORSETS Slirht medium all'! slnr.i figure models. 52.25, (j- C r-ft 5-1.00, 5-i.r.o, LADIES' CASHMERE HOSIERY f'oninll't" stocks. Ail i-vccptlon- al PI 1 C and LADIES' UNION SUITS HeCT'.ar and O. K. Short or lour sleeves. More New Coats For To-morrow's Selling HANDSOME PLUSHES AND BABY LAMB. AL3OAFEW SMARTEST TWEEDS IN CHECKS AND NEAT MIXTURES. BIG NE'W MOREEN SKIRTING quality cloiii. 3.s inches wide. Black, navy, bruwn and burgundy......... LOVELY NEW PLUSH COATS. Mostly fur trimmed. These saown in black only. Made of Salt's finest plush. Beautifully lined A ftfj throughout; Handsome styles. ?40 tot? VERY SERVICEABLE AND DRESSY BABY LAMB COATS. Salt's make. Colors guaranteed. Belted or loose styles. J 527.50 to A SPECIAL SALE TOMORROW OF NEWEST STYLE COATS. A score or more attractive styles. Pure wool cloths. Plain colors and dark mixtures. Small anil largo size (M Q CA Up to OUR MOST ATTRACTIVE NEW TWEED COATS SPECIALLY PRICED. Melted or loose styles. Very rich and exceptionally good cloths. SL'3.50 and We Make Alterations Free and Guarantee The Fit FINEST WHITE EMBROIDERY COTTON A new shipment just to hand. Selling at the old price. fff -12 inch. Special........ SATURDAY DRESS GOODS SALE Fine serges, granite cloths, cash- meres, etc. Colors navy, Copen- hagen, cardinal, bruwn i and black......... their big ranches were aiding also. And the British fleet kept the aea roads open Britain's fleet which had been able to mobilize in -day, the Germans had counted on it taking a week after the declaration of. war. .The fleet is the one lulls that.binds the Empire to-, gcllier in a practical way. Lady Guin-} ness went on to say that tho various parts of the Empire were free, hav- ing their own separate forms of gov- I eminent, eacn tree 10 withdraw at any time, but the war had bound all parts together as they had never be- i fore been the blood of our or working in the munitions factories, I sons shed on the battlefield, essentially a soldier, so the Canadian j A vote of thanks was moved by Dr. government had offered to raise 500U: Couybeare and seconded by W. A. incn to help in manning tho growing i Buchanan, M.P., both of whom took fleet Canada will pay these men i occasion to refer to the prosperity of the regulation Canadian soldier's pay, i guthern Alberta with its big wheat which is per day with allowanc-! crop and high prices, made possible by es for dependents. While the men j ti10 British fleet which kept open the are members of any ship's crew they l routes to tho markets of the will receive the regulation navy pay; of about an cents per day. but the! The local naval recruiting commit- Cvadian government, will put by the; tee formed yesterday afternoon for and will pay it over when the purpose of obtaining Lethbridge's (COXTIXUED I'BOM Fr.ONT IJAQE) share of the required naval recruits 5000 Canadian when a campaign will he launched. The fanners of the district, to whom war conditions are bringing increased1 revenue will doubtless be glad to have 1 the privilege of helning out the work i expected that the district will raise considerably more than the amount collected last j year. j We have heard a number of remarks j Shortage Is Felt-Plans Being Made For a Hotel (From Our own corrosponuc-nU Nobleford, Nov. advent of i is to materialise something should be! done at once. The local manager of the lumber! yard joined the army of benedicts yes-! tenlay afternc'on. The new couple a bank marks ope more step in tiie 1-csjlie jn town as soon as a house! progress of our town. The March- eim ants' Bank opened a branch here on Another marriage which took place1 Monday with -Messrs. Kiipatrick and vesterday was Hie cause of much lo-i Kerr in charge. Mr. Kiipatrick looks forward to a big business in this dis- trict. "We understand that tho erection of a local hotel is being planned. This will meet a long-felt need as the G. G. Pybus, pastoY of the j cnt accommodation is far too small for! umj {itc church was filled! cal interest. Tito marriage took place j at the White Lake Methodist church, j the contracting parties being Win. j Patterson and Miss Fox, both of wnite i yjle cercmony was performed i tho needs of the place. The new buildings here will almost double the number of houses by tlie end of tho with friends of both the bride and groom. The happy couple left on the afternoon train for British Columbia i where they will spend their honey-; proceeded steadily ;moon We hear rumors of other knots Itc.cruils will be able to sign up here lows: m today forward by application, to I Mayo of the older war vessels being used as training ships where they will be initiated into tho mysteries, work and traditions of tlie British navy. The whole period will he one of interest to the recruit. He will be well fed and well taken care of. Likely tho Canadian recruits will bo scattered about in tho crews of the newest and largest ships of tlie navy where they Entertained by the Board of Trade "The fact that Canadians have made such, good soldiers is ample assurance liliytaL ami'Q J fiuuvi i will be more easily assimilated and i that they make sood sailors, and tlie made efficient. The five thousand fact that you have had the enterprise men will form what will bo known as j to come to this new country shows the Iloval Canadian Naval Volunteer that Canada is an oovlous field lo jlcscrve secure recruits." TUese remarks from Hon Rupert stated that he expected the address of.CajJt. the Hon. Rupert that inland Canada would send more j Guinness, K.N., at the meeting ot the tlian her quota of the men required, Board or. Trade at noon yesterday cx- much. The new train service is of decided _ benefit to this district as tlie farmer i can .go to, f.etbbridgo and complete I iiis business and still return in time j for tlie next day's work. Under pre- vious conditions he had to lose the Miness m Appeal to Ladies To have addressed M7 meetings in; weeks is the "bit" that Lady; IUBU niu host of two days, with the result rllat! Gwendoline Guinness is doing to aid ilu only went to Lcthlmdge when he hUBiraIu] (.apt. the Hon. Rupert i was compelled to do so. l-Guiuness, in securing recruits for the: Hallowe'en spirits were on time this week with their pranks and several local places suffered as a result. L'n- :ly one of the 'ghosts' sill" hninping into some hard British navy. Lady Guinness is very excellent public speaker and yes-! terday at tiic Daughters of tlie Km-; pire reception at the Chinook club, brought borne to the people of for he believed that the pioneering spirit of the people would tell. During his address Capt. Guinness dwelt at some length on the work of plains why he has come to Canada to secure recruits for the ilavy. There was a good attendance and the ad- dress made every man an enthusias- tic believer in -the captain's mission. In his 'short but impressive talk the the uritish navy in this war and its supreme importance in keeping up __.. _.. communications. Without the British I honored guest explained that at the navy, supplies of foodstuffs amf muni, outbreak of the war there were large tio'is' could not be transported nor would the soldiers of the many Brit- ish colonies have a chance to play their part in the war and help cement, Kmpire relations. The fleet, he de- living up to the-traditions; on which it was founded and .lias grown from the time of Alfred the Great. "So I appeal to ho said m con- clusion." and I believe the result of the appeal will he that I shall soon have to cease talking of the English fleet and talk of the British fleet In- slead, for before the war is ended, it is our hope that tlie sons of the Moth? cr Country will bo fighting side by .side on sea as well as land, making her defenses truly Empire-wide." In her address, which appealed crcatly to tho audience, Lady Gwen- doline Guinness said the tour had been truly she had learn- ed something of the Interdependence ot Hie different parts of the Empire. Canada's magnificent wheatfielrts were helping to feed the arnlies of the al- lies. Australia's' iiiulure lands with numbers of naval reserves "who be- gan to pour in. The navy even sup- plied men to assist the army. Now new battleships have been' built to tako the place of .merchantmen draft- ed into naval the .beginning of the war, and it'is to man those vessels that recruits are. needed, and jt is necessary that Canada send in .order that none: fit. the men may. bo taken from, .thojffl'unltion fac- tories or .army in 'England, 'j .'Jfho Captain introqpceVl by President aildross Was Responded Jackson, ..iBelflaptajriraB- being roll ject and losing live teeth in the the. wonderful- -work the! tact, with the addition of taking away I ,s ,iollis in guarding OUT] a black eye by which to remember the Hun invader but also Un providing safe passage for our An important meeting of the loca E0 tillat thoy may aid the moth- lied Cross committee has been called wal..' the work for Monday in the. schoolhoiise at, S j UiiU nHVJ. ;s is tilkon too PROMPT DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. STANDARD QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. SiTK'k> firn lic.-ivy. nsson nu-iils ;irc hirii'c. vnlncs are lijiisi iilli'iiclivr-- Indies' now fcji'lks Goods, now (jInnkin.irs, Linens imcl Compare Our Regular Every Day Prices With Any Sale Prices Offered With Qiiiililv Always ('onMtifn'd. You'll Find Our Si-aiul lilt- Tc-sl. Just like Real Sealskin Xew Seal T'lusli Coats jus! lo hand bv express from, two leading Eastern insmu The very newest and hest of the season. SEAL PLTJSII COATS Three-quarter lengths, full skirts, cape collars, trimmed with broad band of beaver plush, rich lining, heavy weight, smart style. At Keacli SEALETTE COATS SEALETTE COATS Throe- quarter leuKth. full satin lined, full skirt, deep collar, silk sealette. Spec. Sealette Coats. Different Styles. and MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY Heavy Winter Coaling's BY THE YARD Heavy Chinchilla Coating in Brown, (J-O >JC Grey and Xavy. 5-1 inches wide. Yard ijlii.i tj Heavy All Wool Blanket Cloths Stripes or plain. Light or dark shades. nr 54 inches wide. Per yard Ladies' New Neckwear and Caps the new deep hack collars, Fishcues, col- lar and Cuff Sets, in Nets, Muslins, Crepe de Chene, Lace and flannel. Boudoir Caps, down to 60c JIade from fancy crepes, silks and lace, gn Selling at each 51.00, 7i5e and wwt- Crcam Blanket Cloth, yd. Cream "Baby Lamb Cloth, yd .fi3.50 Fancy Towels and Towel Sets, 75c Fancy Turkish Towels. Colored ends. Space for monogram. Each Also Lines at and..............51.50 Turkish Towel Sets Boxed. Containing seven pieces. Very AA finest quality in pretty tints. Per Turkish Towel Boxed. Containing three towels. Cro- dieted ends. Per box................ Special Sale of Crepe de Chene Waists, )nr standard quality silk crepe waists. Tvcry, pink, Copenhagen, navy and black. Sizes 31 to rfjo OC On sale Friday-Saturday. Special We are now showing very complete lines of ----------------------Knitted Goods----------------------- .Women's, Girls' and Boys' Sweaters, Knitted Toques. Children's Jerseys, Infants Knitted Overalls, etc. .Vho'l referred to 9 some '-years Leth- ras- belli! r who went over with the 113th batta-l lion .state that all the men had to' undergo a very strict medical oxi ation resulting in many being pro. nonnced unfit for trench duty. E. K. McDowell managed to after ra second examination but Arthur, his younger brother, was too young and is being trained for homo .defense. Other local boys passed and are eager to get into action. Two teams di'.nng the afternoon yesterday created some commotion by 'nmning away. Ono team broke loose from a grain tank and caused no lit- tle -destruction to harness, etc. The benefit of using cultivators on the ground was seen during the high which prevailed this week. The farms where discs used exclus- ively emitted clouds of dust and seem navy officer when he suhl that Loth- bridge, a city of less than peo- ple had recruited 2502 nion for over- seas service. Three of these had en- tered tho naval service. i 'pen if it were not guarding the seay. ain n" Lndv Guinness appealed lo the lad- ies to help the recruiting by giving tho needed publicity to the fact that! needed for this branch oC the service. It is the co-oneration of the people that is needed everyone was urged to got into communication with nien. especially in the country districts thai wore likely to prefer tho navy lo tho army. Mrs. G. Robinson, the regent of the chapter, introduced Lady Guin- ness mid Mrs. A. Buchanan spoke .1 of appreciation for the address given- niwl the pleasure it gave tlie I. O. D. 10. to enlerlain so charming a guest. to indict a petition GERMANY'S, WINE _CROP the spring. Patristic Campaign The local patriotic fund organiza- tion is arranging for n big meeting to he held toward Uic end ot this month WILL BE VERY.POO.R rreriin, Nov. "Gorman' Wine Gazette'' says ihat year's wine 'crop, owing to will be poor. der asainst her husband. With tear bestrewed countenance she confessed to having had improper relations witit the man whom her husband shot, a midnight, and after he had gone Whiteside visited her. Afterwards her husband asked' her if she 'loved anyone more thau he, and gave details us to the correspondence j she answered in the negative, where- tiiat Dii5SCd between she and White- upon lie told bar that he had some let- side. Whitcside tried to write her after they had visited Fiimonton, but she did not answer, and be fnrriier sent her a typewritten piece of poetry. White- side visited her frequently when her Mrs. Hclmbolt Tells Story of u-ns on the farm, and alwayi Love for M. P. P. Whom Her Husband Killed from Whiteside to her, some poetry. She did not see them, hut site afterwards found out that her liusliand had some of her letters to some of which It was in the summer iiusuam. ........-affectionate. spoke of his love for her. She after-1 of 1915 that Whiteside first expressed wards wrote to him at Sarcee, and on t his love for her. No further evidence was andj Stettler. Nov. her this afternoon Jlrs. ITelmholt mail July 2S U'hitosidc camo home and told her tiiai she had better r.ot keep the the court adjourned. Tklencc letters, anil took them away from her. Oil the date given she slept at the (he positive assertion that Whiteside telephone office, and intimate rcla- fired the first shot on the night when j'ions x ere established Shn visited be was fatally wounded by her Calgary at the time band She said he used a revolver.! .Mr. Helmbolt and J] Lays Bare Her Soul Stettler, Nov. was the attention rivettcd on ,.Urs. by a packed court house When she de- tailed the story, ot her relationship with tho late Scrgt. Whiteside to the jury sitting to hear a charge of mur- French the stampede, Jlrs. Whiteside net them at the station. They stayed at tho Grmiwald hotel, and Mrs. Helm- bolt the signatures of her- self and tWhiteside as tered there previously. On August S her luisband bad" a pass from the Sarcee camp, and stayed with her till esteem. COMMANDER FOCH NOT TO BE RETIRED THOUGH HIS AGE f8 55 Paris. Nov. There is no agejtmit for General Focll, comraander the battle of. the Sottme. He has just reached the retiring age, fiS yeals, but Piesident Poincare baa issued-a -special decree retaining; him 111 sen ice indefinitely Foch now ranks omy.vsecond to-Joffre i ;