Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L E TH B RID G E DAILY 'HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1915 Devalfc Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY, V5 delivered, per year.... 'by mall, per year..... i Weekly, mall, year... TELEPHONES: 54.00 Sutiness Office Editorial Offlco W. A. Buchanan Managing Director 1224 John Torranee Business Manager They are' not going to back up tboir wheat u hundred miles to store-ft at Thc farmers iu the entire" south grain-producing part of have found Lethiiridgo an ideal point f.or storage. Ask Uiem about Calgary i and they laugh at the suggestion of storing grain there. It we were shipping our grain Pacific- wards, there might he reason for util- I izing: the facilities at .Calgary, for j i the present and for some time iu the I future our grain will travel east- j wards. Under such conditions liow j Is the Calgary elevator beneficial? j Farmers are not looking for additiou- as expense by paying for u back haul of grain to Calgary for storage pur- poses. To nearly every farmer in Al- berta storage of grain at Caigary j meaus a back haul. The country! north and east of Calgary, except thc territory on the C. K. between Ked Deer and Calgary, would have to so to the expense of a back haul to ship grain to thc Calgary storage eleva- tor. In. the SQuth. the. position is] .practically identical, for. iiie greater- part of the territory. Calgary stor-; ase oi no service! whatever. Lelhbridge, thc point "favored by, tbo majority of the grain commis- i sioners at-one-time, proves .-itself-ev- ei-y year as the proper location. The intentions of Greece with re-jtjiero was ;to lie'only one 'storage ele-j ference-tq any allied troops that may v'aior in should have been! MOKK "MILITARY NECESSITY" I Your King and Country Need You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Bulgarians, reinforced, are con- ducting a new offensive in Serbia, and the French admit to a reverse hands. On the Cerna river, however, the Bulgarians have been repulsed. The Macedonian operations at present are offering serious men- act- to j the .Serbian .army operating irora Tfivcto to the southeastern Serbian frpntier. The Tevotp-front is in the hands oi the Bulgarians. Cartoon from Now York World, he forced.to fall back to Salonika.are stSl obscure, -but the feeling- is that Serbian iforces, as well as French'anil wotfid- be allowed to reach the sea uhmoiesteu. Russian reports deny a Russian de- feat fcy the Germans, in. Galicia, claim- ing they still holq the enemy's slda of cue Styr. Earl Kitchener is in conference in the Xear East with thc commander of DlCKEDUPiN FOR THE BUSY'MAN jii this- as it would have 'served a greater proportion of the raising area of the province. If there is to be a second elevator, as there is iu Saskatchewan, Lelhbridge should have it. All arguments are in this city's favor. These interior storage elevators were intended as a means of combat- ting grain congestion, hut it appears insofar as Alberta is concerned, at j Dr.. AT. D- Cowan is a mayoralty Mavor Balfour i Stratford will vote on local option at the January elections. Nelson Presbyterians voted ic favor of church union. ihe Egyptian forces, presumably withj.my nite nrG not fulfilling heir j candidate iu to defence from possible invaders. Premier Asquith has made the siaie- purpose, and that is almost due to the location of the elevator in i. edj, Billy Sunday, the evangelist, wil this province. Tt is not placed JOpan" the campaign for V On- ment .that he" believes conscription it meet Uie. needs of the tario in Toronlo. never be necessarj' in England. imass.of the farmers. The Board of! Lord fisher has declined to enter a i Trade is well warranted in beeping I Root; an old time rcsi- controversy in Parliament with ston Churchill. LOOKING FOR A JOB FOR ONE: OF ITS FAVORITES The Toronto Telegram says Cau: ada's most urgent need is a minister of munitions. So far it has modestly hesitated making a suggestion a man for the job, but we presume its Jield of candidates is confined to Joe ifartui, Bob Church andi Adam Beck, iU'--favorite states-, men. dent oi Nelson, B. C., died in this matter before the-Gram Commis- sioners. It may take time, but we be- j _ lieve the rime will come when the j Pembroke, Onfc., will for the Patriotic and ificd Cross CcmioiEsion.er5 will realize that Lath- bridge is the most desirable location for .1 storage elevator in Alberta. Dr.-Lewis Hunt, a Scotian who has resided in England for many years, but still a-constant visitor to the Maritime Provinces; has been elected Dklaytfr of Richmand-on- Tfaames. Funds. James NoIIer, a resident of North York for over Si) years, is dead at Newmarket. Dr. Thompson M.P. says the Yukon has become a producer oi silver. Copper and antimony will also be developed. Wm.. Horncll, a well-to-do farmer living near St. Thomas, hanged him- self yesterday. JIark Vasey, postmaster, at Victor- ia Harbor, died suddenly. He was-78 years old. Brandon Conservatives will run Aid. Bourke for the Dominion house to succeed Sir Jas. Aikins. Cecil H. Robinson, town clerk of U'alkerville, is dead. He was 77 years old. Thos. 13. Chalk, ex-mayor of Tort Hope, has been appointed license in- spector for East Durham. John A. SlcVannel, a professor in Columbia university, died at .St. Mary's, Ont. Geo. Dean, of Oakwood, has bejn appointed manager of the ISunk of Montreal at Feneleon Falls. Thc County Council oi U'entworih has agreed to contribute at the irate of, per month, to the Canadian" Patriotic Fund. The Presbyterian Synod of Mani- toba, has renominated" Rev. Dr. A. B. Bated, of Winnipeg, for moderator of the general assembly. Francis McAianus, in his hundred and third year, died at his residence in Maitland, five miles east of Brock- ville.' WINSTON CHURCHILL'S .RETIREMENT Winston Churchill .is now bein; praised where: he -was damned only recently. Every expedition, partici- pated in "by the Navy that did not iueet-" with S success was blamed on Churchill, and it is only-now. that we learn that the former "First Lord "was not always responsible. It is true he tikes responsibility for the Darda- nelles affair, but .not wholly. During all this time when criticism was pour- Irig upon his head, and Then he lost the Admiralty office in the Coalition government, Churchill did not whim- ptr. He kept his peace, and now after months he speaks and his rush to admit that he was a much maligned man, and not deserv- ing'of tbe attacks made upon him. Just Hour the press and critics are attempting to shatter a great many reputations, but as the war progresses light may be thrown upon events to pWve that men whom we critic-fee and florae are not responsible at all, as is largely the case -with Winston Church- Churchill is a brilliant man and he Will go far In Britain-yet He Is a food soldier, as well as a statesman, and like 'true Briti. her, he is to join the fighting'ranks -when he leeis his services are no longer re- quired at home The nation will nev- er forget Churchill's preparedness 'policy with the navy. The efficiency the fleet' and its readiness for eer- vice -when war was declared are large- ly, If not wholly, due to the foresight of the then brilliant young Firaf Lord tif.tbe Admiralty. LCTH BRIDGE THE MIGHT LOCATION the interior storage elevator located at Lcthbridge instead of Calgary, the present grain congestion te Soatbera Alberta would have been iarfftlr From all stand' the political, LethbrMge ww the location. This city fcaart of tic extenshe wheat raialng section of Alberta, and proper place to put a storage FMto and figures were pro- duced two and yean ago to.es- taUM LctkbridceV claims. Now the tttvitar M for reasons and certainly not of the farmer who is ftatn. Calgary Ii on one map aa far as tho Taat 9t farmers who are shipping MT Alberta are- DOES THIS MEAN YOU? Are You A Man- whose salary has not been reclaeuiU .Ciivu liljernllv then. The men in the trenches have no -luxuries. Dispense some of and add to the Fund. Are You A Man-- whose salary lias heen reduced'? Out out that daily cigar, weekly theatre visit, and give -what .you can. Are You A Woman- on usual allowance? JFoiget about ilia' in cout or furs .and "do your Are You A Woman- on reduced allowance? Surelj you can >ave u street car fare here and there, or a nickel at u biu- gain counter. Think of the tear-stained of women and children waved "Good bye'' when, the boys in khaki hoarded the'troop train for the trenches. dollar you give will add a little comfort to the lonely vife of him who is ghing up EVERYTHING FOE H18 COUNTRY Lethbridge Patriotic Fund Campaign Is Now On! Among thc Jlrst volunteers for the new Lincoln and Wetland is Ueove Hamilton Fleming of North Grimsby. T. .1.'; Stewart, of Hamilton, of theopinion that 'the Steel Com- pany Q! Canada j the Hamilton con-' will get two-thirds of the new order for shells. According to :its'population and in comparison with other cities of sim- ilar size St. Thomas has too many licensed places, Chairman Flavelle ot the Ontario License Board declared. Miss Jessie Wilton, a Canadian- horn, and raised in Dutton, Ont.. and a graduate nurse of Hoosevelt Hos- pital, New York, lias joined the Red Cross Ambulance Corps and has left for France. _ '___ A committee has been appointed at C Hamilton to consider Mr. C. W. or steamship agent or W. R. ALLAN, General Northwestern Agent, CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN i PACIFIC CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VJBHy LOW ROUND TRIP KA11E8 FROM TO CALGARY, EDMONTON, KOOTENAV LDO. AND EAST UrCat Dntaill IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC 8.8. Tickets on bale, from November 15th to De- cember 31st, J915, and good for five months. THKOUGH STANDARD AND TOUfilHT SLEEP FNG CARS Tickets and information at all Canadian-Pacific Uailway Offices S MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, LethbridgY M. DAW8ON, Dlatrlet Famnoer Agent, Calgary. ;