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: 10

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) - November 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tire LETHBWDGE DAILT ItffRALf) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1917 luiw: Dairy. delivered, per Tvetk Dilly. delivered per year Pally, by mill, per year y. kir'najl. per and it will clean things up where cleaning U accessary. Hon. frank Carvell never refrained (rum npotinR wrong-doing by late lary service rather than a leader lost oy hit policy might force Canada :o null Ihe war and evacuate the place ire hare beta holding on the weat- lion audhe will not refrain nuw front. If the foJuutarjr system practisius irhsl he preached before he failed, and fall U would. If Ihe refereu- by mall. per rear to U.S..II.M TELEPHONE! Bosuwni IMS W. A. ftwhiiun PrejSdeiit Maiagln; DL-sclor John Torranco Builnesi Minsfir >vent into a union government. Mr Can ?1) Is strloue. he means business; he has forsaken psrly and w111 devote .'tSOO his services wholly to his country. He j will see that this country gels goad dual ou conscription failed, to firry, and (all U almost certainly- would, theu Canada would drag Hielt ln honor and disgrace out of tbe battle lines ot Irseooa z-i "Irish Cobbler" U rated the best early In Ontario. Wllh surh a service. Tbe members of the union government put cousiry firs! and par-1 ly in the background inil 35 Ion? m. they continue to do so they will have' >lsl the support of the earnest, serious niinded people ol Canada. Dales of expiry of auDscrlptloca ap- tttt dally on address label. Accept- ance of papen alter eiplrktlon dste li cur authority to continue the tub- tertptlob. SIR WILFRID ON MILITARY SERVICE ACT Sir Wilfrid Laurier's manifesto': is absolutely consistent with his course since the war began. There will ba many Literals who will agree with every declaration he makes, while there will he a host ot others will disagree ouly because o[ hts at- tllude oo Ihe Military Service, Act- Why not a Liberty bond. Mr. Fairly Well Off Father, for tho wile, the and the dBiignters at Christmas. Think U over. Santa Claus Is only too willing to deliver the goods. i Liberals who are In earnest aboiil THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The AuslttHJerma'n forces on- tee war winning, and who waul our (ore-' Italian front aro alfectinE a crossing, es at tile front re.'nforced Immediate- o( Ihe.Tagliamenio, and while Ihls I Iv cannot accept a referendum on mil Capt. Talbol Paplneau. killed In zc- tlon, was s relallre of Henri Bouras- SB'S. He was a true Canadian of cour- age and high purpose. He will be re- membered when Boursssa is forgot- iteo. The Paplneau name already has j a place In Canadian history1, and Tal bot Paplneau upheld It bravely. Attempts to link Hon. Arthur Sifton like further dieter for the I itnrV service, becaus, a referendum I doe, .0, co. llalltn armies, U Is causing no sur-j might put Canada out of the. war. such a move was fully aclicl- "Let the people Is the cry of the: ID Writers continue to impress'referendum When a prai- 'upon (he allies the seriousness of the rio fire is raging'the' farmers and ranchers do not late a referendum to decido not and (Uuation. although at the same ilme (o the rapid recovery of Ihe .Italian forces from the effects of the disaster, and their readiness and people on. the.'slio're don't'cast n bal 'preparedness now to withstand a more lot to decide whether they -will go lo "terrific 'onslaught. -1---1'------'" Activity has been reported In many of the war during the past Growers' last it. llic 'Hon. A. L. Silton, as Minister'of Cus- toms, tUiose iu his record will-not TTHi UP IN PASSING fVSY MAN 'l whether ihey will fight It "cull.ta. believe that there w, be n a rtan-is -a'rownins. the 1 in the lar" f The British are attaining 1m- 'portant success in the fighUns Bgalnst In Palfisline, and'the Hus- o'n the Black Sea are also.hav- 'lic success against t-19 same enemy. iWARlSTHE Vij'PPERMOST QUESTION "57." l ,irThc chief and only fault to Do found Sir "Wilfrid Laurier's -mantfesto rtoes nol spealt for truo Can- Jlidlan sentiment on the uppermost Ihe war. .What Canada are war measures that wiU en- ns lo play onr parl properly un- war is won. .can't- play .onr :part properly with rcferendmns and enlistments. On .other "lEeri is' lifUeMf any 'cfifi- lo he directed at the manifesto. the manifesto is ..weak on 6he chief lie. people want jtb deade-the: Issue first- There _ fe'an OIIT thai point.' fH death at i Toronto re was for very jinany in. the man was Canada.'JJi the Kpro Church he. was a lead'er power liRK ".'or jialf.a .cenltfry.rBeC'gained repute a-': presiding .'aa speaker a 'Canadian -7 possessed-, "is, a ranted Wrt- -He died at ripe old age and intVpiaceila'lhje-hisrories of- Canada Jlhat are yet to be written. jr. MEASURES NECESSARY IN WAR" In. times of: war drastic1 measures i'njusL.be adopted .to .enable the coun- -'tries JEngaged In the warfare to play ylheiri full Those drastic, mea- more often not'-pnpop- ;ilar.. Public representatives must be -for their adoption because submitted to the 'people, eVen' in (ime, they might not pasn.' Our CP, Into the war Itself..'might isd dltlicalty In securing (he en of the voters, on a refcren i) rJum.'.War .Is never popular and Ihere ire people who never realize or refuse realize the Issues and such people 'hove, roled against onr panlcl >.i la the present war upon z ref rendam. TRUST IN GOVERNMENT Laurler In his roanlfes- iitlarea.thal with the conscrlptlo Bhohld conscription 'and resources. We agree .en bat" wealth, and resource B.conscripted along ivllb men Sir ..Wilfrid tiiirler would not co a referendum .an he would not conscrlp ".without a refc to tru to- conscrl and, r .We: ff ii'pecb, ''neit jArfli'iB'iiil.- j feV ttf put frfttV; II til j- 'win, that may even prtwei advocate! of, tcsources, ruD.tneir.el'e (he The wllh open They d menaced hy his rescue'or roL.- United States and (Jreil most demo- cratlc on, earlh, did. nol Uke allied to reck, the wcild iff iitecessary' In or- er There was o tinMrfor-retejiodutas; at ,e fielm must.assume tBe'responsi- llly.and jifsjihe legislation neces- combat ..tHc enemy. Time is n.impoftaut .fa.ctpr in'war-aud the me.taten for Ja-referendum might ot'our armies OIF at'lbe-front- We cannot afford take a course that might mean such result. Sir TWIfrid says tial if .returned, to power he -would resort to s vigorous tcrniting campaign. We do not hesi- iie'. to 'say 'a oiid'-. taUute; he is minister. Xetlher do we believe hat those gentlemen who live mostly on the tariff will find It as easv lo set, concessions from Ihe. customs depart-' nent as they uave been able to do In !he pnsl." Lar: enforcement down In New' Bruuswlct isn't In the hands of cow- ards. From Edmundstpa, N.B.. comes- word oi a seizure of, liquor being )TOUght' in from Quebec province by. automobile. The "inspector, suspect- ng Illegal worS, ordered the car slofr ped. On the driver's refusal, Inspec-' or Berube jumped lo the running! board, turned IheMvheel. and ditched :he car. Berube's. was broken, but he seized Ihe liquor. All he daring and brave Canadians are riot at the front, ft is (hat some ol them are" on jou.r jone, the applications for ei- ESinidSr the SerVlci thi! .11 !ed" by a'jreat Sir1 Wilfrid Qde- xe would do anything of tie sort. 6" leaders are its representatives in arllamcnl, and the? argued during st: seialpn of parliament, the'malor. y at any Canada hid done noagh in both money and men. With pinion of that kind created bf the men who represent the people of Qne- ec, nothing can be expected from a oluntary- campaign. And if Quebec raise men TOlunlarlly the est iff Canada might hold back, and there wouldn't be any nllslmenU and Canada would fall own as Russia has-fallen down. Is. a .fOntlnuance of the voluntary yste'm'adffsable? The Tolunlarj' !tn Is .must it ii not In the east _ democratic- It nlacca service pdn the willing worker; the patriotic oung man, and leaven the care-free oung man at' home to enjoy life and Jt also lakes men who Bpnred war winning occupallons. Selective mill ars" proiects the lodutlrles lal arc In thfe war nil ii sIHs put (he men who can eaily 'be spared; It ie a perfectly emocra' There. Is .on the statute books Lo lay and has been for fill? the Illllla act- Do the opponents ol se ective military service realize lha nder that act II KSS possible for tbe at Ottawa to hiva ralseJ SiOflM men by': compulsory aerrlce. 'here w6uld.havfr no errlce whatever about It- AH phy- sically fit 'men, between 13 and CO could bo called for service anu Ihcie would be no exemptions what- ever. The farmer, the miner and Ihe railroad men, engaged In 'Important and necciaary ociDpalloit) wfinid bo compelled Id lerve along with the man engaged In an unnecessary war occu- pation. Selective military service li 3. modification of >nc militia act; it proletls necessary war occnpotlona by iiermlttlng exemptions. 11 might also lhal th? militia act, en- abling L'inada to raise men by 'con: BCrljillori. without eiempllons, wfla amended In 1SD3 by Ihe gdvcrnmenl pi Sir WDfrlil Lauilcr lo permit Can- lo send forces, to raised, out of the country. that Sir Wilfrid Is Slllltary Service ad and is in 'advocile of the voluntary sy ItJcinadS wants to stay In the up Its men at the front Kitailers and Their7 Clerks 'Con- sider New Get Concessions relallers and m'eiib'ers dt'.the retail clerks associatljp; to have a busy lime this week deciding stores-are_tq'b5 after'on'Saturday nlghls and: preced- ing holidays. This evening a meellng called by the retail section of the board 6f trade will he aeld'ib-Uie board rooms at eight'p'clp_clr 16 hear the report of Ihe' comm'illeh ed of Messrs. .Farrow and Willlarnson who went to Edmonton lor the puroose ot' securing'.some amendments lo ihe members of the board.'whp are' inter esled in this matter are reqticsicd to attend the meeting. On Thursday evening the retai clerks will hold a meeting of bers lo discuss the situation; The Herald underalaiids that the delegation to Edmonton '...was somo .'given ecef-. Inlghl 'he 'suspended'' till 'Christina provided .Ihere was position such., the part of retail store eniploj'eEd-'.-'i One fad on which the .lupal relai clerks lay empbasls in (lIJcuEelng th act Is lhal ihe large FA monton have been keeplngrclqsed .on Saturday Gvenlnga for some tlhie, com plying with the act In every' way With Ihls as a precedent.they think they will have no difficulty In secjlr- lug the enforcement'of'the act here without delay. l.ulheraus in the Sulcs are seeking to expunge the German, tongue from their services. The United Statei of Agriculture Is appealing lo to raise more hogs. During the first day.cf the rooserva- tleu campaign In Ihe Stales, lood pledges were signed. It IE probable that N'c-.r York's Grtil White Way will nol radiate Hghi un- til S p.m. this winter In order to save electricity. Vuder the aanltary code of ihe Stale of Louisiana, the use- ot ihe public hair brush will DQ prohibited after March first. Washington is seriously consider-. Ing the. drafting of nirneu to the spruce forests to get out wood for airplane manufacture. American, shipyards will complete a trillion tons of bpltoms by. March 1st, atcordihg fo Chairman Iturley.-ot- the Shipping Board, Haluli' Klrkland. ao" aviation cadet, 'early collided with. Brock's nionu- acnl at Niagara .while making forced landing. Col. T. C. Irving, son ot T. C. Irv- ng, of Bradslreet's Toronto, has bceo Hied in action. -He was with the Engineers. By a majority of nine to one Am- rican business meu, members of Iho National Chamber of Commerce, Uave avor'ed the filing ot the.prices of the aecessities of life. Dr. Mooney, of Vankleek Hill, will irobably-be tho Unionist candidate Iu against Edmond the ormer member who opposed the Mill'- flrr Service act. The Co-operative dreameries. Limited, .has -purchased he Regina Cold Storage and -Ware- tousing- company. Limited, for 80- r The will of- Major H.' Mctar'eu, of Ancaster, who was at Iho Somme, has been entered for probale at Hamilton, The estate is valued at and is left to his wife. C. de .Lacey ianker, is emulating.-i'Stsler Susie." Svery night bnfore going lo a pair of soch3TIpr- "Sannnies" on a knlllihg Seven .more York1 .fili- ng to heed, AttordesOeneraf, 'Gro- sory's admonilibp' moulha Drr Karl von heft, in Huffalo, lestlJled ja Now .York hal be had been offered fl.OOO a-week to organize Elrlkes in Canada.arid the U.S. ou 6ehalt ot the German1 govern- menL Turning Stale's evidence, Han's Hou'scr, "formerly chief s'leiyafd Iho Scandinavian liner Krlsiaii'lfjord, told hoiv rubber was smuggled lo Oer- iuariy' In phonograph cabineU. Alderman F. Aid. Frank Baiter anil Aid. C- S. Coaleaworih, of Chatham, were acquitted of Saving conspired to solicit a'brlbe of 9S.QOO from the Chatham Gas-company. JIaJ. Jaffray Eaion, of Ottawa 'Soiled was killed In aettun. Ue n-as a ne-, phew of Ihe late Senator Jagray, of J Toronto, and for years'IVBS a' reported upon the Toronl.6 Globe, Thon-h the Phlladel'phla Mint is coining a million and .a half pennies dally, it Is ten ihc de- mand, which la growing stronger dally. 1 Joseph Stock, caretaker and 'raea- senger of the SI. LaVrenco 'street, Montreal, branch of the'1 Back of Montreal, accidentally .shot and, kllle'd himself In bin apartments over tbe bank. ftoberl Aleiaifdrla' Bay, Y., burned on .Ocfoher 21st vnen he attempted to light a fire wllh he aM of gasoline aL.brindilone" Isl- The Calgary Alterlau lulluiates.lliat D. E. RUey of Hlgli lllvor. Is n prob- able uuloulsl caudlilale lu Maclcod. J. B. Silrox lias resigned as of tho Flrel Couireualloual church, Ixiudon. Mayor tloau. Socialist, mayor of Milwaukee, has. vetoed the purchase of Liberty bonds (he city. Unless southern mills Increase their lumber output, they will be seized by Federal aitthorllles, us Ihe product Is needed for shipbuilding. refuiil to loin the New York postal district will cost its cill- a year, nuw the 3-ccul pottage rate fa lu force. The Switchmen's Union of North America Is about lo demand a fitly per ceut. wage Increase from U. S. railroads. Some sixty-three million dollars, al- most half of the total earnings of Hie U. S. Steel Corporation, goes lo tho government as war tax. Fralernal societies are lo be allow- ed to ilo social work In I1. S. camps. No Initiations or secret meetings, how- ever, will he permitted. r John Allen, Who as "Private" John Allen was funmaker of tho U. S. House of Representatives, (lied at Tu- Iiefo, Jllss., at the age of 72. A Kingston despatch says lhat as James Hallldey, Llhprnl. candidate in Fronlenac, has retired, It Is suggested that Dr. Edwards, late M.P., also re sigh 'to permit ol a union candidate belug uarned. a. 'M. Macdouuell. K- 0., a..Conservative, suggests lhal ,V. W. Itowell lio given tlio seat. Another idea Is to let Rowell sit for Kingston and place W. F. Nlckle in Frontenac. J. If. Pouliot, manager of tile Dale des Chnlcurs Xaviga- ttoa company, owners ot the coasting steamers Gaspcslen and Pcrcesten, was drowned at Quebec by falling be- tween (he wharf and the Gaspeslan. Colonel Sir Arthur Ha.iillton I.ec, who 'married 3Ilss Itulh-jMoorc, daugh- Jloore, of New S'ork, and who for a tlmcr was ou tho'staff of Ihe-Royal Military College nt Kings- ton, Onl., In giving his country seat, to Ihe nation as a residence for Dritlsli Prime Ministers, makes It a condition that he and Lady Lee If they desire, remain ill oc- cupation as bi Iho' trusieoj ns long, as-they live. "The. Che' covers 1.500, ncres, is. the reputed birthplace ol Caractacus, In the .year 1 and has Vetdrds dating-back1 Ip.'llie- of Henry the' Second, when it was Hid residence of Elias de Scarrlp, Chancellor of -.tho b'rchetiueK. FOR THE GARAGE FOR TUB SCIIOOIJIOUSE Foil YOUR HOME LARGE VARIETY ON HAND. BE SURE AND QET HAYR HARDWARE CO. Start? THE HOME OF THE V1CTROLA- Most Your Friends Have Victrolas 'UNDENiABLY tHE MOST. FASCINATING ALL ENTERTAINERS'. NOT'OPEN. THIS WONDER- FUL AVENUE OF ENJOYMENT AND EDUCATION IN YOUR HOME. _ Come Your Victrola Today THEY'RE ;Pn.'CEO FHOM 121.00 TO 5350.00, BUT THIS DOES MEAN1 THAT AN IMMEDIATE EXPENDITURE OF THE FULLiAMOUNT IS 'NECES.- OUR; EASY, PAY-AS-YOU-ErV JCiY PLAN TAKES CARE OF. THAT. R1SCH BAtMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST.' LIMITED UETHBRIDGE and. died In Ihe Kingston General Copenhagen, .Vov.' .Ham- burg fremenblaU firlnta an Interview which-a leading' German nlatc.sjnan gave to Ihe correspondent of- H N'or- paper, but which the -paper declined lo The Inlervlew concludes .with the threat of scrlnua consequences imfc-an the Norwegian press curbs Its cam- paign of Indignation against The fear la expressed that agl'u- (Ion, unltaa "protluco such ah atmosphere of hatred and Mllcrnesa agalnat Germany thai O .'.-Kl some Incident" will' kail to consequences .'Hi most bellicose agllator will dtpto're. the K; B, lllgnel, Hit St. Kllda-CoulLi mall carrier, hai rcslgrted and 0- n. Waddcl! has liken up Ihe work lor the winter, fesldenco unilcr o referendum on the I'or the Immlfrilloti pfffcefi anil, when act or by voluntary on only tp'ld'Us.place ranks by enforcing a of "conscrlpilsn It "jriaaon that we supiwil A "r of sclOStlVe Bill- A. led or' Si to Wnil i wiek wild MtM. The Bjevator Co. nt horaf. Saliird'ty 1.1 In at th Mhc wlnler J Kniey, Ihe has Koutj' to Hospital. I To prevent a natural gas famine Windsor and neighboring" border municipalities, the. Windsor paa coni- lany cut off the supply to tiie Ford Motor company, the fionjInipn'Slarap-. ng company, and aevdraLOlhcr largo consumers. Ilopo thai the bomlnlbn govern- ment would give a subsidy bt al least per mile for the completion of the Pacific Great -Baslcrn, lo Prince Clcorge, but oh to the f'dsci Itlver, In expressed liy Premier Drew Btcr in Vancouver, ifie Foril Motor company the flrsT round of their fight for Ihcfeased divi- dends. Tlielr legal vlclory, however, will bo. contested Iritmetllately by Ibe Ko'rd Co. 1 Mr. -anil Mrs. -IniOiMt, ol Colllriewood, haVft beirt Infuriniid that son, C6rapany -Scrtl. J. P. Ironside, who fell at the of Trisnoy'on May'oiH'lisI, hSs licen awarded Ihe Crolx de Ouirre.'and flUb Ihe eecoild bur lo which lie Itsd Mt death. Pfdsldenl I'Jired; of (he I'ert Maf- .iMroail. while. cm on official i of (he rilmrtitir's UnM anti 'Vnc-cil Ihe'tptDp.fl undor'cl fflilctiltijIitV Khttne I ptifchat'. o( ftomlnloti -Vlclo fpec ;L.'an bfa horof. IsaTi. bcr.clrv in fe. unfit ployces IliY.'MnilB, jRlif rfiSfti tu twelve mfJy'jIy "BESSIE No. OF THE LOT TO 8E SOLO IN Two Car Loads of FOR SALE PUBLIC AUCTION I'lki) BAI4N, On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 iV.rSMc rtlr.I _ AT ONE i In Ihls lot will be heifers from 20 to 30 months, reds 'and rears; two or three bulls and wllHnolUde litvtral of the families, such Ihe Village Girls, MarlhM, Myrtles, Un- 'ALL 11 AVB J'IEBN iJHBD to. Tirii VKITT NO. IOTOJS, BRUCE i-' JttLL. 3, W. PAISLEY, Lacombf, Aucllo.leer TEBM8 CASH IUi.cHi' oil Frldiiy last were l wlfl'.tfit, If watiCeri, ltase ajivisci' H. pia MR.' J. H. 'PATRICK 'WILL at At THE HOTE'L, LETHBBIOOE, EN fjoy, i ;