Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

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 (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mT!^k% NOVEMBER 18. 1918 THE LETlffeBroGE DAILT HERALD ^AGE THREE friit SON-INXAV^ OF PA'S Pa's Bright Idea Ends in a Fowl Deed. By Wellington Government Fapbr Control!^'Aliottt to Oribert threa months . in arreara unleM cub- criptlont be definite- . ly renewed and all arrears fully paid." * For lobrlons reasons the Government Ingistft that paper shall be saved r and proposes thatt: only tliose who pay tor their publications shall receive thehi. Under these refulations the ^Herald will have no .choice in the matter of dealing with subscrip-tiona in arrears for over three months. Ther^ aro nanj other restrictlonB imposed, but this one Is th� most Im-portant.. Therefore, ^ between now and the end of-the year The Herald's subscription llat must be put >on a paid-in-advance basis; in order to comply with the governmsntal order. ,  - We know this or�erwilI be accepted as a necessary result of conditions with paper fiaking industry. We are ail In honor bound to carr> out our share of the conservation movement. So if you are in arrears, please, pay up at once to prevent a discon-tl^ance of yonr subscription. Please do not wait tor a bin-i'Slmply refer to the addresB label. SUBSCRIPTION RATES MUST INCREA8I: The Iktest Ineresse on the cost of paper means that -the. Herald Will pay about |6,000:00 more , for paper dnrlac the coming year than last year. An additional retroactive blll'ot' $800 on \ the last two ear loatlB, has Jnat reached us. As o.ther papers have found it necessary to meet Ihese and other advascM, The Herald is forced to Increase its mail subscription rate from > $4.00 to fS.OO a year on December .1st..... , :^ ^, , Subscriptions . received during November will be . accepted at $4,00 a yaar ho subscribers will gain by paying subscriptions in advance at once. After December the rate will be #5.^ a year.. (ORDER FORM) ' THEi'HERALoi v, y ... . LBTHBRIDOE, ALBERTA. Wishing to renew my subscription to the Lethbridge Heral). I enclose.......... .....which will pay my subscription at^the rate 1^ of f 4.00a year lor a further period of.................... years. N Vour's truly, ' . ".i. .Name- Addressi'......... NOTE; A^ll subscriptions renewed at Oils rate must-be posted , before December' 1st. . , ' " Dominion Committee Already At Work on Repatriation "Questions i Ottawa, Nov. 18.-^The repatriation committee which was appointed last weelc, to co-brdinate the;,work of the London,.Nov. iT.-.'Vt the close of the entertainment given .for American soldiers and sailors and women war workers at the Palace theatre ,tonight, Vlce-Admir�l William S. Sims, commander of the American naval forces in British waters, read a message he .had recelted from King George in a letter sent His Majesty ---------------- v.. , litilDIVO^ �'�^ t^"^^' ..^�jww�.r various , govetiitaent^agericies ; which by-hiinselt. and Major-Gen. Blddle, on liave been engaged on problems of behalf of the American sailort and sol-reconstruction has lost no-time in get-idie'rt ptesentJ^ The King's answer tifag down to worlt. The first meet-jfeaji: ing was held on Saturday when the V];j;'ig.,tithtfeelings of gratitude and general scope of the committee's lab- ajnoere-pleasure that I receive ors was considered and plans >vere | ^jj^-jg^^g^ which you addressed to me Mulhausen, Nov. 18.-No word.? can picturesthe triumphal entrance o� French troops into this city nor express the wild joy of the people'who crowded, the streets to applaud their liberators. Flowers, tobacco and coclcados were t^irown to the soldiers as thfey marched along. Men and women rushed forward and piously Itissed 'the folds of the flag borne by the 344th infantry. The cheers of, the populace grew until the troops arrived at the city hall, where the city, authorities welcomed' Gen. Hirschauer and his staff. MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D.^ Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N.; 280-26 prepared for working out the program the committee has on hand. The work already done by the different or-ganieations devoted to reconstruction problems was reviewed. Of the  important work already done or under wt^y is that of the Canada registration board, a sub-committee of the war committee of the cabinet, of which Sepator Robertson is chairma�i. The inf'orination gathered through registration wiii be an important factor in working out problems' of unemploy'-mcnt. The registration board has b^en making a survey to reveal the number of employees who will be released from work on munitions and the number that can be-used in-the work at which they wore tormorly empjoyed. Information also will bo availafile to show What industries in the'country retjuire more labor than they hav.e>The Clemenceau ministry being just a vftai- olil a souvpnir was rirflBnntflrt Bxtraordmai-y scenes were-Witnessed toXprlier'�rwtrboo~om'- "2''nf^he"e,'Snrs'\d'};/'"H'^,rr'ii^ memorative of the government's work ^� TlZTZ^ytuT^mo ^^'^^s'SeTL^ ^tiJ^i^m.theyBold^^thing^thcy London, Nov., 18. - (Renter's)- Premier Robert.^ Borden of Canada, who has arrived In London to attend the pe^|ce conference, interviewed by the Morning. P9st, .stated that since his return to.,the,l>ominion he had been in constant communication wi^b Premier Lloyd George, who-' warned him. several weeks ago to be prepared to start for Europe. .Sir Robert'sal_d. that he was happy to Imow that Canadians had borne a worthy share in the great milii^ary events which had brought the war to such a glorious end. Their achieve-mferits were never more splendid than in the ""closing months of the fighting. The problems ahead, said Sir Robert, were perha'pa even more difficult than^those faced during the fighting, but'-Cauadians would "confront them with equal courage, resolution and confidence. iASTHUNlOOPS LEAVE BRilSSELS / �-�- New Yoi-Jc, Nov. 18.-Hon. 0. }. Do'herty, Canadian minister of justice, and Lloyd, Harris, of Branttord, Ont., head of the Canadian trtide. commia-sloii were fellow passengers of Herbert C. Hoover and Edward H. Hurley on board the British steamer Olympic, which sailed Saturday for England. Mr. Harris and Mr. IJoherty will meet Sir Robert Borft^rf in London and later, it was reported here, would � be two'of) the 10 Canadian .representatives to attend the peace conference. Admiral Seymour of the British navy was also a passenger. OFTICI^L ENTRY OF ALSACE-LORRAINE Parts, Nov. 18.-(Havap)-With the evacuation of'France by the Germans, now completed, President Poiiicare and-Premier Clemenceau; will participate in the of-ficlar. entrance of Alsace-Lorraine. Gen. Mahgin has been mentioned as governor of Metr, y BANK DYNAMITED London, Nov. ' 18.-The , Germjin Asiatic Bank at Pekin was. dynamited by Unknown persons late last week. ote and Sancho, Panza. owned or had stolen. Botpe laid out objects on the sidewalk and cried their wares in loud voices. Among the ai^icles offered for sale were blankets, clothing ^nd shoes, as well as twool and copper goods taken from the-*n-habitants of the,city. T Ottawa, Nov. 18.-^The thanks' 6e the people of Mens )fbr their deliverance from the enemy by Canadian' forces, has been conveyed to the Canadian people in a; cable addressed to his excellency, the governor-generali, by tiie burgomaster of Mous. /It is as follows: . :�[ "Mons was delivered from thel German tyranny by the gallant 3rd Can^ir ; dian division on Monday, Nov. Uth, at ll I o'cldcfc in the morning, Thejteoun-cil of the borough and the whole'po' pulation of tlie town avail themselves of this opportunity to assure the gov UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS in monuments iind us ready to carrx. them out to the last ' de* tail. If you have �an Idea f6r a men\ori9l of unusual character come and see us or have us call; and see you. We feel sure we can soon convince you of our ability to produce perfectly in' stone the idea you have in mind. Lethbridge Monumenltal ^ and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street S. Insure Against Spanish Influenza Our policy covfers all sickness. ^ays weekly indemnity. Makes provision for hospital expenses. It is the most liberal policy you can buy. A "Minlmax" beats all', others. $25.00 Weekly for AU Sickness Select and Preferred- Classes $24.00 per yeai- with a 10% Bonus. � ': GUARDIAN INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA AU policies guaranteed '. by Guardian Assurance Co^ : of London, Eng. W. A. LEVITT, AGENT Room 8, Stafford Block . /Phones 517-518 CANADA FOOb BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-OVa LA. He Rooiia Drayingf and Baggage ^ Transfer , Day or Night Service-to Any Train Wheli Balled., , C PHOta 1�69 Residence 922 2nd^enue South Tractor Repairs We, specialize !n reborlng> gas; tractor cySndors, and fitting, oversize pistons and rings. We Jiave In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular: makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S.- BROS. Phone 1732 jttaai-n, Hcilana; Nov. -16.-Count Oharjea vQn Bcinetick, 'soil of ?ouht Oodard, in an.ihtervtow today daclsr-^4bAt Mb father was iinawa^ Of tho Intended comingiOt the German emperor until last night,when the Dutch government telephoned aitklai; him/If 01 una uppuiiuijji> lu ttaaujovuo uuv-1 he woulcl receive the exile. The coitnr ernmen. of the Dommion of the deep-1 dcceJed as a duty to the Dutch kov- est admjration v,for the heroism of the Canadian people, who, in co-oiieratlon I with our allies, have . secured 'the .liberation of the city, the Independi^nce of Belgium and the triumph of ritiit-fulnesB." . ^ ernment. . Tl^e former emperor's host seems Hom'ewhat embarrassed over the charge given him as hl^ family has oonalderable X^ngilsb connection. Count Charles 'said tli�t be asked the, firmer emperor: "tes VirOI Be Advertised When Ban Profaibitinf Auction Sales is Lifted. Magrath.' rade Percheron horses; cattle,,pjgs, farm implements, etc. "    .. - ,j W.H. JENKS, 33-10.22; near Nobleford. Some fine work horses and brood mares. An .exceptionally gpod herd of milk^cowB, pigs, farm' impleihents, housiehold^furniture, etc. W. F. HOPKINS, HardieviUe. r Dates and Rates CallTh^ Dowsley Land Agenoy, tsth* bridge. Phone 1809 , ! Freeljilifl Sheet^lJletal'Works Winter wilVsoon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul, od by us. Expert ^orfc � : Vifvi Hot air .furnace >work a ,si>�. cfalty. �]�� , ....v..::.-:^:.^,: Phone 1713. %\m\At .......... MS* > THE ROY � Electrical Contracting at kinds. Agents 'tori tli* .-W( Famous Ddco^ Light ry wiring a spe Avsnuc. Phone 735 , Country wiring a specialty,. SIS 4th Avsnuc Box 38 fenced, well, for ?33.00 'jwp.^ acre. ' ' Horses and machinery Inclkd^^i ed; $1^900 cash; balance- hal^ crop, interest 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS ; SKI PI:, ALT A. :', 1 � furs-niRS-furs; : Highest Prices Paid ' CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2hd Ave. S. 264;4L| i ^\r^ THE WHEN YOU HAVE A i, JOB TO O.F^E^ Please nuNFy" SeeV Vetcw'.ChV Vbmi 372. Reference-^Those from whom I have been favQg^a.^ylthfSftle^.^ --^1 ''"ft^'fl^lniilJl liilfll 770643 7320 ;