Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 14

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 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTnifWinCE OAtL.1t -SATURDAY, NOYRMfiKH 17, 1917 LOAN SLOGANS i jrour children u share ID their y-r-Mjr; Victory Bonds." couulVY to lielp r Bofids. i L or Victory-Bonds. VICTORY LOAN SLOGANS No home sate without Victory Itoute yours? -i-ulle-ts are essential" ttiel? e'xylofllve Bcctfv .'c iij h -i ictory Bonds and Lens THE TWO NECESSARY AND SOUND INVEST- MENTS OF THE DAY Lens raeels ilie (ull requirements of the Iwv as well as Ihe driver. Road Beam One-Third Mile Long The' New Osgood Lens is a one-piece lens of twelve prisms that direct all the light outward and downward. None thrown into the below waist-height. more liehi on the with i plain, lens; raid lieht as compared a l-ns of ground Rlass. figure! are based1 on eihiujtlvi lesii_niade by 1 nizen including the Ariqoiir insmuieof Masnchujetti Institute of Technology, and ihe Atntrian Auto- mobile Association. Give Ihe New.OsrooJ a trial ind KC ihe vist diiterence lot Sold at ordinary 'ens prices. THE MCW i SGOOD LENS eAAVATH-kOUC I Baalim Motor'Co. DISTRIBUTOR FOR LEJHBRIDGE IT br. In nmt aooattrlbuted disturbed dljnt- lon, rather tbaa Imprudent dttt. A spoonful ol la al men villrlecllTrly E-ea chlldrea will delight in this lparUbitk ABBEVS VITA TABLETS ud the tdeo4 50 Cenls 3 Boi GOVERNMENT MUST MAKE ITS OWN DECISION 'ABOUT FLAVELLE, BAftT. CEFfTRAL SCHOOL Tues. Evening, Wpv. 20 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK'- Speakerg: SIR JAS. LOUGHEED HON. A. L. StftQN of Cutnuj BUCHANAN for Uthbridge president of on behalf of Ottawa, report of the committee LwLtcU has conducted ilio inquiry luto Ihfr. bacah, has not -vet teen made public by the gov- ernment- The report was ID Ihe hands of Hon. T. Crothers, min- ister ol labor, UsL week by G. F- lleu- derson, K.C.. the chnirman of the.com- mittee. H was subsequently referred la a sub-rcmimltttee bl the cabinet, of wlilch Don. S. W; HoKell is Ihe chairman. Thli sub-co.iunjlltec, so far as can be learned. yet deall 'inallr with the report. As a.matter if fast, owing lo the uecessily of Ihe departure from lhe_cabttal of a num: bcr of .minlyleri on Saturday U Is not llielv lhal llid an puportualty to jive 'consideration' lo he" other pressing havins lo DC dealt with. Havins hee'n 'seen loda'v'by a repre- scnlallve of the Canadian PresvLim- ted. Chairman Henderson said that IE- had not'authorized any announce- ment as lo 'the findings arrived at by tie committee. Stalemeols n-hlch hare appeared in the press, lie said, are doubtless based uitou deductions draVn from the when the the inquiry was ,io pnogriss. n some caset, he observsj. it .irould possible to make fairly ductions from tie Jut In other cases, BTidence" giTCii by >pe witness mijlt be materially modi- fied.bj other facts' presented' 16' Uie cqnimillce'. ,'Queslioned la regard lo tlie s'lste- ment- Ihat the company'had a Brofit of BO per cent during Henderson aaid that his recollection was thai of this kind pertaining a certain Vai roadC-'- -He added .that Ihe comtnlt- not underlakWMp' mmhe reCTinmendations" goreni- tnehl is them. Dtaihotiii CMy .IntP Its own ncilo. The tlsbs ire being torn qff tie n-lndoua of building, a larja (ore of men ,U >USVL vailing the machtuory' It Euapc guj am the lulne entrance! and by CQrldl- >uas the mlno will bt> coal tiler au idleness of lite years. a courl order Ueuixl confirming Ihe ule of: Ihe lllaiuoud ''ily mine to a comianj: of .Montreal ..iiiiluj: men who had Utherto been ID- erfsled In Ibe CobaK anil I'ori'uploe ;ields. They are here by Mr. J. 0. Manui. a mining engineer of more thau So .'years1 I is the votnrJAny KS Iftst spring purchased the- Grace inlnp nni since secured other'proiirrtlrs lu tlie Lethbrldge' district. The company to lakfr over Ihe 'DIainpud is not jel vholly orcantreil and 'the name of the ccncern Is not but the coi) go on the.''ruarliet under >lrl name of Diamond Mr. Hanha'i vilh whom a'Heraltl rfpreientatlve risited (he inine plinl oa Friday loqn, stated lhat cowy.iny. hoved o the oulp'ut up to 500 toas daily within a'.short .Umf. and h'atl cOBlraclcd already ue'il suiiiuier'i out; uut. The machluery anJ workings ol he Manl have been Jounil to be ID lus coiiiiltlon In spllp ol vears of dlecess- Work was started oiiiy. DUW morning tut already eicelj ew rrogrcss has tieen made.'it Is Mr. H anna's intention lo start worV on the pillar-section near remoiing the pillars ot a section, al- ready worked out, and simultaneously o start -room wort po a large blocfc Jf more than 300.000 tons- Ifcrpugb ntrances already driveq; lh'5 river front: A large nuihber be ormer employees of the mine have al- eady applitdTfbr jobs as joon jSjuii mine is'.reKfpeiied anil'ilr. pecte nViJilflcuHy in olitiir.lDs'wenV: Besides Uie Cianjond 'the Montreal concern, of wfilclrjlr. Hanna s mauaflne director, two olhet ifoperliet in the LethbfldBe VICTORY LOAN Buj.Vlclpry Interest re lurji aod sure.'. v Help avoid tu-d Donds. t it Is your patriotic.duly Vic tory Bonds. THE 3UFFRASE t' nub (Til. I tt Ml ttat wuav.li i V J hftrd fe T' chU4flDT to rey rbtJr future on ray And yw, I TVrnm. In' lUtUn, I tattcl fir it, And 1 iDtaaf llM urf 1 Uii MIX y.o we. to lit K-t ue Iht tnMM.1 I' WLT 1' VV VICTORY ILOCANS Over the Ion with your Victory Hbmls.' Ktlset started. (hit- -buy your and help II.: Victory EouJs pave" toe Way to Her' .i o iver behind Ihe breiverj1' and -Tv Uins'a block of vill be known as Federal Xq. mhVls.leaaeil C. -X itiall properij- trhlch foutb.noin iho C, P.' Jl. Hgt'l ft wav.UOO atone. UK? cut Uut-oi .Ihe river. Thlf wlue la, ca- liec'e'd.'to produce about 75 tons dally unit in 'incline will be" constructed with a lysjw on lop'or toe kill In Ihr dlir.fc. thnt Re'output ulll lie readily available 'to meet the city demand. Tte Federal No. 2 mini Is now work- ing to a capacity of 15 tons, tiut two nav'tBtrles have been driven aboul 1.409 fccfoorlh of Ihe ola maie. en- trance and new workings are being ned up. A plant Installed anil Coil tutting will be put to ilork In tho mln> tor Ih.e Ural time next vcck. ft Is the company's Intention. next BUIJI- raor to tunnel through ouo of the hill? on (lie west bank of the river anj put lu1 an Incline to the workings from this. level above the'river. A tipple wllf bo oil top And a 'spur (rack from tho C, P. R, rO.. this work'1s cwipleied Hie output o[ vhe mine will le lucreasDd to 550 tone dally. To? ucw concern Is bringing "a lot of capiioMa the Letihrijge field lu vVhfcL. havp decided (o concen- Irale .lUelr .coal rnlnins Activities', aud v-heu ilertiophieut baa been completed they eipecl to'increase the output of by-reason of 'their mlnca than 700. lous Onily. Mr, HahtiB'.says .the Lclhbridge field Is wljioul doubt the best In this province anil'hb sees a great future'ahead for it. lln. VICTORY BOND Kgep Home Fires Vicliry Our fight fur ior t t J VlcloVy JB 'fbe only read'to Victory Borda, HVfD ON SMALL LEDGE IN OPEN'SEA FOR SIXTEEN DAYS Prince li.d, Nov." Jllarved, by wares dud rain, Stcphcii Ryan, a Metlafcatla dative, has been Rescued, after slilccu dayV.wb.ich lie spent on a small'ledge liijlhe open'sea oH" Diindas island, where.bi3 lanhch was wrcclictl. Ilia two'companloDfe, Peltr and RlchanV "succumbed lo the exposure a DC! were washeci off Ihe rocV. made a raft from Ihe shatter- ed launch, but it'.upset and lie swatti bickMo ,lhe rocfe. ,At every high, tide ne :waR, almost" submerged. At he ,tied wllh ropes, to' the miehl -noL-be awcpL lie lived on potalcws eaijh. day, and drank rafn He and pqwerlul man> .two bujrf: _ when he thaa.lOO.ppunds, ;-ji -V Wkv. Hne'Ruil tke DtcuMtt Reb- i to the European War iWakl read "My Four Years in permany Emhassador Jas. W. Gerrard J2.25 THE ONLY OFFICIAL BOOK ON THE WAH SO FAR. Ralph Connor EEN IN THE FRONT LINE TRENCHES. READ WHAT.HE HAS TO SAY IN "The Major" IT IS JUST THE SAME AS BEING THERE, ONLY Hu Latest Work, Price AND SOME OTHERS: >Irvine S. Cobb Montgomery "Thoie Times and These" "Anne's House ol Dreams" o "The Soul of a Bishop" "God, -UKllnThible King" H. G. Welb -FOR SALE BY THE TWENTIETH CENTURY rf STOREr: "l. "EVERYBODY'S. I. C W.'Madson j Pfaane 613 lurth A Keen I at UM Itai li Cilmii iloe: rln tnm t> tefemfarr, totf nil tdtm, tfctj u tier tlitli 'iio i loci- mtt tklm atd Mat IsTltlBr lo'oe- l tat we ciaet- trntrti to lard Oitofse pe- eiUlrmw tmi rtartraafta.. to (h, A Hlfrt u tM Fti. jU'.'vnMTtraUct'aj milk li :W V et'ei7, Mortte, at PH rwr f itu M Mr Mir, trtei __." It is a sirtous, proposition AtftK oh tKe market to know'iust'vvhich one offers, the. greatest. -Vr V i-1-- 'r i i .But, Iw.tWnking.righi. .fJThe Car-is; per-cenl. over ,flThe Mitchell Car is tuilt to a f kr iflThe Mitchell The Mitchell Car is built, iriclucW iii'nb otrnir j style; ancf com v End '.v uv ;