Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 23

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: 24

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1918 Luri'lBHllXri-.f DAILY 'JJiHALP PAGE ELEVEN   ? PERSONAL  Mr. V. Parks in laid up with ttti lit- t * Mr. H. Alexander Is unable to be round on account of lllnoss.   � Mr. F. E. Sportner id confined to Uis home with nn attack of inlluer^a. � - �  Mian Davis lias returned from the east, where she wan called by tho 111-nens of her uncle, Hovaral weckH ago.    Pte. Tom Dupen, formerly prisoner of war In Germany, arrived In tho city this morning. 100 on Your Money THAT'S the percentage, and more, that a fow dollar* spent on your toeth will return lo you. Let nr. pur your teeth In shkpe today, and very noon you will unto the difforenco In your IkbIiU and appearance. You will bo able o chow your food In comfort and your digestion will Itnmcdlately Improve. Don't put off your visit to our offices any longer. We maintain three of the moxt mod-riily ouutpped dental i'MtiliHstimontu on this continent In tho cities of Calgary, f.ethbrldne and Kdmonton. l)oti*t be afr.ild to consult us. Dentistry At We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Letfcbridgc LtTHMIDGt. ALBERTA CALOARY OFFICE-11SA. EIGHTH AVENUE E. EOMONTON OrriCE-t Cfll*TA4.L SLOCK. Saturday Night Specials UnbeaUble Values That Are On Sale Tonight From 7.00 to 9.00 Only. ftlBBED CASHMERE HOSE juo sampln pair of good ribbed Caabmara How. suitable for fall and winter wear for ladle* or older bay* and girts, tn uliei 9 and !���. Alto a few pair of worsted ha�� In th� lot In smaller ca_ hlif * Ncgular 75c to Hoc values. Saturday Night Spaelat . . OVC KID GLOVES Ladle*' Black Kid Cloves. Three are all odd lot, so out they go N'oi all i.Uf*. only C, 6>�, tHi. hut If thia !tt your site you had bettor gut in on thla special. Saturday GCj� -��igiu ...........-................................... �F3C LADIES'VESTS The |a*i ot a special purchase of I .ad lea' Cotton Y'eats with high u-ik and Una sleeves. Just the thing for early fall wear. Worth J'. l^i'.'f U>c in today's market. Haturday Night Special, tain ............................................ �)? CHILDREN'S DRAWERS About 75 pairs of Children's Drawers In thia lot. They ara tuid boxes from aeveral good oiling line*, suitable for fall and winter wear, siiea K to 12 year*. Value* worth $1.25. Saturday fCj, Night Hpecial............................................ i DC BOYS' SWEATERS 75 ouly Boy�' Sweater Coats, made with close fining neck splendid sweater (or school waar (or the boys. A real bargain 8i;es 10 to U years. Saturday Night Special ............. 75c TOWELLING Pure Linen Crash Towelling, a splendid towellUK for roller to a els In a quality that we cannot duplicate again today for e%s* spme time. Worth 35c a yard, Saturday Night Special ..... aavC Steca Shs> Triad "FRUIT. A-TrVES" Tka Famau* Fruit Medicine.   * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES *  * MemberH of the O. K. K. are ,'isknd' to follow In cars the remains of their late brother, Hugh Scott, to the cemetery for Interment at It.HO p.m. on Sunday. Members able lo fro phone f>:il and arrangements will be made. * * . > >:>?: * BELMVEAi:- -CAIUt On Thursday, Nov. 14th, at the ("lilted church parsonage, Patrick Abel Helllvoau unci Beatrice ("an-, both of Tabor were married, llev. 15. -T. Ilod-ginn performed the ceremony. I^AIISON-PETERSON A very pretty welding took plart. last evening at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Leo M. Coombs when Mr. I.orin Larson of Raymond and Minn Geiievn Poterson of Welling wore united in tho bonds of matrimony by Mr. John C. Peterson. Tho fow none relative:; who were present enjoyed Ui^ excellent supper served after the ceremony The '.Tide Is a sister of Mm. L. M. Coombs of this c;ty. The happy couple left thi'i afternoon by motor for Calgary and in Hie near will make their home in Raymond. ... : * : > > : > *i > * ? > > > > HolicUflecl nation, instead of tin- half] welde-il peoples wo linve been. The new) i comers from other lunii.s must, under-, stand and cooperate. Kngllsli must ' be the language, taught and spoken. "Patriotic education must tench us ; and our children a truer love and un-1 (lerHtauding of our own country. 1 "The great, problems of industry are ; l?itiK to loom ever larger with the end of Ihri war, and the readjustments of j ronditlonn to tho returned urmy arei HoiiiK I" Ink" wisdom and' patience. The ugly featureK of industrial life I have Rot to be lessened and the standards of life, of wanes, and of idtfll nm it.] ( hn raised. "Tho duties of the preat tar organ-i i/.ations, particularly of the Red Cross; are not coming to an ahrtipL end. The] bereft family, (lie returning soldier: are going to need ministrations, and ' we must, still be generous in our support. "Don't lose l be good tilings that must, lie salvaged fconi Hie liorror and desolation of war." There are many women In the city who on account of home ties cannot give any help in the 'flu epidemic. It ; has been arranged that Knox church j school room will be used as a croclie ; whn*e children will he taken rare of during the day, and given their noonday meal. Mothers who would like to help and wish to leave their babies there, are asked to phone the Nurs- j Ing Mi'slon (12rt3). The creche will) be In charge of a responsible person i and the children will receive every at-1 tenlion. Volunteers to care for the ! children are asked to phone the same number.  * * * : : : : * : . ? MISS ANNIE WARD 112 Haicn St., St. John, X.B. "It is with pleasure that, I write to tell you of tho great Wneiit, I received from the use of your medicine, 'Fruit-it-lives'. I was ,i jr,^eat sufferer for many years from AWro.v.r JfraJ-achex and Conslif>atto?i. 1 tried everything, consulted 'lectors ; but nothing seemed to help me until 1 tried 'l"ruit-a-tives'. After I had taken several boxes, T was completely relieved of tliexn troubles and have been unusually well over since.'5 Mtss AN NIK WARD. TruH-a-tiTCs' Is fre^h fruit juices, conoent rated and increased in slicngth,conibincdTritli finest Ionics, and is a positivo and reliable remedy for Headaches and Constipation. ;'iOo. a box,6 for $2.50, trial size 2.Sc. At all dealersorFruita-tivos Limited, Ottawa. more food In the wnnd until after tiie next harvest. But there will bo greater demands than ever when the half starved nations whom we have not been able to reach during tin- war are again In contact witli the rest, of the world. "The children's year is the expression of our national determination that the next generation shall not repeat the failure of this one- 1 ;ic standards of America's physical lire must lie raided. "The progrnm imirl ticiite u united. BE AGREEADLE | "An agreeable person lights up the ) room like a lamp. , "Hp is like tlii- shade of a big tree on a lio' day. "lie is like u drink of something I that iiuk'es in thi. pltc.tier when you're ) real thirst;. "lie is like love when you're lonesome, and when you're tired, a bree-'c when you're stilling, food when you're: empty, anil money when you're broke. "He agreeable. Study to make people like yon. Make love to the world." Dr. Frank Crane. Victoria, B..C. CANADA'S GREAT WINTER RESORT Miid climate, bright sunshine, with reasonable living *>Tiwou ! promptly. j M. In serious cases remain on ilm> I until the second helper arrives, or re I port when you leave.  4. If doing a fow hours work u day. if possible go regularly and at. tho en me hours each day. 5. If unable for some reason to go on a certain day, phone Never neglect going to n case without reporting your Inability to attend. Neglect of thla might lead to fatal results. C. Folio*- out genoral directions with regard to warmth, fresh uir, cleanliness1,. Kith Hcrupulour, care. Re vary particular to follow directions left by the doctor. 7. Taheprecautions rogardlng yourself with regard to disinfectants, etc. | Hun no unnecessary risks by leaving marks off. ) �. When finished with- a rase, report, so that you may be given another. 9. Those needing help are asked to phone 12S3, and the best possible arrangements will bo wade for them. If you telephone merely for tea without specifying BLUE RIBBON TEA your grocer may think you are not very particular-This .doesn't pay. *  it            HELP BADLY NEEDED WOn 'FLU. Once more couim, a tall for helpers to tight the Influenxa Daily ceils arc coming In for help which cannot be supplied. Consequently an appeal Is be-ini? made for anyono who fun possibly spare the time, even by giving up other duties, to help out. The extreme urgon-cy of the naed cannot bo over emphasised. Now is the time to help. Names of workers would be received with Ki'eat relief ut the Nursing Mlision, phone 1233. Winning the war will lose its significance If the 'flu is not well-met. Realize the neri'Xtis-nesti of the situation and phor. > >  �    *  AFTER THE WAR-WHAT? *  * * � ** ot them: - "Among the immediate duties will ha our Insistence on the food campaign. Whether the war qmls or.not. nations must eat, c�4 there will tw m The Aeolian -Vocalion 'The Vocalion produces the sort of music we want in our home' I �.ilatc=silr !2(ireUice of j)iu�irifcn4hii> adfU to the pleimte of liiieninu' to muitv, fiperlcncc atone c�n duclose." A handsomt catalogue i"U upon r�nu*K THE AEOLIAN - VOCALION Made in s varieiy of bemtirul modela pmcEs tee u�>vvasids ART STYLES TO $ZOOO WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C. S. tALMON, Manager  � - HULL BLOCK Made In Canada "Is Itself a Food" A pure, delicious drink; should also be considered a valuable adjunct to a meal, as it contains a large amount of nutritive matter in an easily digested form. Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive foods TKADK-MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Caasda Hood Board Licease 11-690 \ WALTER BAKER & CO. United Established 1780 DORCHESTER MASS. MONTREAL, CAN, Just to Remind You that if it is anything in Dry Cleaning and Dyeing that you want, we are prepared to do it and do it right Don't forget that out plant is the only one of its kind in Albc.ta south of Calgary. It is only by the use of such methods as ours that the smell of gasoline can be completely eliminated. Worn suits made to look like new. IIIHNIawMNNIIHt Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. Phone 451 G. S. Firww, MaMftr ;