Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

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

googlemap

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 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 17, 1917 Mayor Halliday, Hanna, is f Unionist, Bow River Riding Calfarr. S'ov, it. 11. Hal-' llday, oJ-Hanna, a feriner Liberal, vtas the unanimous choice, wlibcijt oppo- sit ion ol an enthusiastic convention ot than a hundred unionist dele- from Bow River rldlcc la Hood aad Irving hall this afternoon. Gea Lace, the only-other candidate men- tioned, seat a communication to the convention withdrawing his nanie- Slayor llallldayi MUM ii-as support- cannot "jlr! Hallfaay's ires HfB placed la nomination or S. a former CowrraUre wuhoree. and former jruHent of Conservative AsBOClJtlon. Mr. McMuV len tnai Mr. HallWay w of [sentv sevtu outstanding men now !he who hid Tiillel Ih. Wtanl- conn. tha machine, "and out ot Tie which swsjt the seeais'd to surprise even Mr. llallldsys InuneJIiM backers.' sud af- ter a few minutes when the cbalrnlin --W. n. Cumulng. of Drutabeller, call- ed for oilier gomlnatlous, and tbere L heio? none it sas made sninlmous by t e 'standing rote. 'enlbusuunVwas. the keynnte ot the r.-Uolc ejilheriDr. lacd Elbrms of ap- Elauio and cheers pnuctuited brief addresses hi' the candidate, anJ by J. Mayor of Da-'Eino, the former Con- ssrrativo noaine'e for flow Biver n-bo TflUidrimi a fair days ajo. .Mr. xwfa notable spwch pledg- ing nl> snpoorl to Alsyor Halllday as preceded ol" >P- pearance on iSs plsiforni. A Bow Hirer ualontal ibo vai lormfd irlth lolloping Hot. Sir Robert Borden: prfaWeat, John S. Mayor. first vice president, J. X. Murray. Verdant Valley; Mcond vice D. O. McKay, secretary treasurer, Cyril S. cominlttw, Dr. Bry- Hanna: lin'S-ticUl spazVers rewly .'ediovitlois.it Uia close ol lialr rt-i" inarts- .Tnp buEineis of iia coaycntion 'MraiiVacledi Vlth brevity., and ufiole UMrlcdntss, not a word, of orcurricg ai 'any tlma ant] it 'was evl-i dent Uiat thi adilnaUwi was the" BI- of the ivlll of the majority of I "unionists In (he fllslrfcl. The dele-; had been sent on the blsis of at Ipast -one for every polling siio- Caraangay; Leomard D. Xesbllt, Breoki; IV. J. Winning: W. K, Cummlng, Drumbeller; Mr. Wltch- er. and G. H- Cook, riejolutioa union Eoverninehl was pawed earlj- In the meetlns, will to in ihe riding, and In villases n 'or each 200 population.- The .was open to all unionist, electors ol liow ,'_ Mr. Lane -George Lasc'a Trllhdrawal was pre- EcuCpd Inimedlatcly alter 'thft' conyen- tlon waj called to order by E. F. Pur- cell, of Brooks, who "Representing 3Ir. Lane, I am dl-' 1 rected to Inform, thla gatiieiwg that. lie has decided after serjoni consldera- Jon nor to allow his name to come before the convention." In only after persuasion by bis marjy (rlemls ibat Mr. Lane decided tg en- tcr ihe federal arena. He has always Liberal since to this conntry, and Is a llerer in Liberal principles, tie had decided in the great national crlglE ISronjh which this conntry waa pass- log that a union coTernraent Tal5' best'that could be'adopted [or the period ol tie irar. Dnriij! the last few however, flfl hii' discover ed Uiat dlssehstons have arisen, be- twoen Uie.two former political parties 'la the Dow Blrer district- Mr. lane not seelung lor place or pOBltion, ud therefore-retires, ud win Dot.be'a parly, to'any diueiiUon in I rldinx or 1 aa aabd to think, those irbo woild be u irbul 'ac la nominate he iFrom Our Own Correwoadttil) Bow Island, N'OT. home of Mr- and Mre: 1. n. Agar, Pint Ave-T Bow Island, was tho scene of a very iBlerestins- event on Wednesday the Hth Stella uaited in marriage to 5Sr. Arthur Mach.'also of Bov Island, IB the pre 5J% per annum. Under thil provision payments of the balance of subscriptions may made Mfollowi: paid on Jartfiary 2nd, ifilS, at the rate of 89.1079.5 per liOO. >'.ll'paa4 on Febniary at the rate of 79.46959'per. HOO. If paid dn March 1918, at the rate of .If pwdpn April lit; 1918, at the rale pf. 39.9005? Forms ol obtained from any branch in Canada of any. durtertd Bank, .or Victory. Loan Committee, or nwmber..thereof.- i The books of the: toa.Vwi.'l M at Dc'partment of Finance, Application will be made in .due course for tnclistlng of this issue on the MontreiJ Toronto Stock Exchanges, -i Sotucriptlon will cloM OP or befoTf December 1M7. OF OTTAWA, Lend ;to I'" a.g. be he rlok or All .Ct W nl this avp of in Urn M j-f T--.' ;