Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBKH 21. 191? V XetbjmDue, Hlbevta ?AILt AND WBEKLT 6uburlptlon Daflr. delivered, pe.- ireet Daily, delivered year ......J5.0J Dai'.j, by mil. per Weekly, br mail, per year tall per joar Io U-S..J1.09 TELEPHONES Eoslnt.-J Edlurhl Offlce W. A..Buchanan 1MZ jtn barely by (he enormoas centra vote In Quebec, tjuetee. the most temperate ororluce In'ftrf Dam-] Inloa voted almost sollilly against vio- hiblliou bccauEO the word MIS pissed tint wicked Tories irera trylns to put Sir Wilfrid in 8 idle t-J compel- Has bini So PV Uiduor- Act a Prohlbllory did not want to, ine Inhabitants nobly rallied to his aui H CVeorje Brown. Oliver Mowat and other leading Liberals of Ontario vot- ed down (he "Constitutional election or which the, qj- ponenU of tbe Canadian Confedera' lira basis sought to Impose on the Government before the basis of union was Would tiOEo Liberals who favor a Plies ol ejplrr ol sunacTipUOEa aj- ptar dtllr on address ance ol atler eiplritlon is 'aulliorliF le continue fcrlptiou THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The advance of the British in (Pales- tine Is Its coal, lie capture ot Jerusalem, and the reclaiming of the holy tatd. for ine scattered Jewish raoe.0 Tlio British forces, are now -within, twelve miles ot i according to latest re- (CONTtXV EP TEOM FEO-N'T tack In force ou Ibe wMtrrn Ihls fall iu any area than Ihsl jorOj'and iis capture may be' said to iinialnenl.-. This campaign, with tie progress in Mesopotamia, will hayejts due effect upon endangering the Turkish 'capital ot Constantinople. "i'Tho Russian situation Is clearing eomawh'at. arJ a rerulsldn of feeling Is apjins1. the c'arnpilEh Js BOWtfaTor- 'Italians whD.arB holding land at (tie pretent time to rote on the quesUon of separatloa from the United Kingdom and for complete In dependence? The, Chunk In Canada has taken tiro rvfercndums on the Church Union uneitlon, but they have heen utterly ineffective so far as' brlugiaff the mlDpjHy into line with the will or Ihe majorlly is concerned. A leterendum may suit Liberal irty pnrpoiei today. But there Is o doubt it means a year's" delay In e sendlns o[ troops (o relieve and uccor ths boys at Uio troat. Surely there bean enuujh delay la c countries In this war. And they ave "been properly punished for It. 3oes Canada want l.o prejudice and sk her'whole stale in till war? !s Lhe SIR MILESTONE H'esierday Was 76th: birthday ol Canada's oldeat statemui. Sir It Is Vith great retrel .tiat tie peo- Tile" of Canada generally and man of lile-long'Ltlieral leanings In particular tie lunn of tie fayed on tie Itsnn of 'these p J: ia.1 unifat Military Bar toAdef 'position he will i.lafge place In tie affec an recently made aboilt tie military som saluti but- (if- loyally. recognize you M. a 'to 1 follow vrtere yon lead.' have often ffoo osit of my "had a'great 'rt fft tiie iqnor of tainting him ,-uK pntilon, t aUBdhig th ran ;wh'es-ti-. salute i" the. ..r Bpjrii lli'ey 'rrecoinite. my fleers come before me, lhay sUnd attention In sptrIL I (urn- tie aaJnfe of i; private rnr -aa'l-return the of ao 7-c4flvx. i and r flatton punctilious In 61 a soldier af m me. fee man who salutes me does n lower bttt Advocate's concluding query. NION GOVCRMMENT HAS iLREADY EARNED. SUPPORT _ A-new note o{ wmddence -was In ected Into the campaisn for the :e- um of the nnfon governmenl on Tte- comiber i7th bj Tnesoay evening1! IE meeting here which address- ed by Hon. A. L. Slfton, Cormer prem er Dl UIB prorlBW and now minister r customs In the ne'ir goTemmeat- 'he hearty acccpiasce of' the Conner ..iberal.loader of the prOTlnce ia lew capacity ol a mlnlater ot the un on g'oTtraawnt, and empecialrr hla acoeptuee hr njporWs ft (he union slgulfi ant the trne nnlon U day by flay talalnt around amoni the people ot tie Dominion. Mr. Slftan ruUd Ui caM vllh thi bleelora of thia city not on promis et -wiat mien ivnmmnt vmli 4o birt on what neJol rmrnmmC of Flanders, woere the main UrlUfii effort for several months past has been expended. Even here the late- ness of tie season ana lha difficult nature of tie ground, at this time of year particularly, seemed to give 1U- iie basis for oipeclaljon of anythloK more than local strokes here and there. It has been apparent, however, thai German attention was largely center- ed on the Italian'front, where tlif military move in force intended Io crush Italy Is nmv, In full sxvlnB. Ad iniltedly numbera of German troops had been sent io the Italian front, but tie assumption has been that theso had been Urgely drawn from the Hus- slan front, whjre the collapse ol Hie, Rnsslan has made it unnecessary for the to main-1 tain more tian trench gaTrisoce. j U Is considered possible, however. I that tbe British -secret service bad lowledie of a w-eakenlng of !io Ger-1 >n front In tha wast by the wilt- rawal of liifhly trained. ed troops to give back bone to the j ush in northern Italy, an opportuclly hus belni afforded to cstch the Ocr- mani unawares and hit them a crush- ar Wow while Heir strategic, reser-' In tia Franco-Belsian area were Uepleied- The element ot 5urpjlse..tUe reports was a large factor In Iho Initial British succasj, M CDntrary ib'the al- most tnrarlalite rale In this war, there ras no advance preparations br the Jrltish arllilery. lue' troops' going 'over the top" and tallies upon an enemy appajenUy without any cipec- aljon that he was'aioutMo bs'all'ack- ed. A number' of tanks moved for- ward In advance of the infaatrr when ie attack was opened and-'broke through successive belts of German defences, which'vrers ot great depth and strength. Report Paris, Nov. the -night we made several successful Incuniions 'nto Uie Gorman lines n'orth aiid'soulh of SL Qnentln and brought mere." says today's official s'talenienl Toward the end ot Che nlght.-f.hB Ultery duel became very .vfolehU In region of Chsume Wood. _.V FOR THIS WEEK ONLY especially invite you to take notice of our Window Displays, Unequalled, Space will not permit us 'to mention all the bargains offered. Your Dollars Will Talk Here accoppUahed of Ki life. He In tie apeakJng tor. tie .toU of wha Bpoifd of'Conwr had done to com somi (had 144 C0LDBLAST LANTERNS 98c Yjr, like to hear the STEWART HONOGRAPH 1 DON-TDELAY 1 40 RANGES High Clotet and Tuk. ReguW Special HOWIE AUTO SEARCH- LIGHTS and WASH BOILERS Made Wary g edni. Rctnlar (2.25 Spedal PYRENE 'FIRE EXTINGUISHER YOU NEED ONE SAWS Hand Sawt x SEE WINDOW FOR tTYLEt, AUTO SPRAYERS Each Liqod VENEER Sl.OO'per bottle NOXAI HORNS Each 'WHILE THEY LAST Sure. You See Our uto Accessary' Window -HAYR HARDWARE CO.- Be Sure Yon See Our 'Auto Accessory Window PICKED UP IN PASSIJVG TNE BUSY JLSlOFiLIf (CojrmroD tie foTsier was being by iuithods, tiat the gwr'ern menl was galnloe control, that': par- Uzan appointmenta and Ihe ace list; lie cursa of Canada for'many king jMra.vhad been iwtpt claim ,credit for this new WgUj MtttfacUrr state of affairs be- cause a few Liberals had entered tie government. But he did claim and rlEttrfl tiat tie taarleis action cf tia gCTemmenl In Ita efforts' to date was the ranlt of union of Lfr and ComerraMiM, and the con- cuttlog of party strings which had hitherto bound mm.of bolh par- He.snowEW that, because Jbolh parties would be equally to hlaroe la tie rrM "pf the friend whose hand .'la for' favora, tho conld take fearlesa action and wan taking such.action In a manner which ta a good augury for flM'tnfeiire and for the preservation of M a fKhttoc forc.i with wnlch XafaeriOTB will have to reckon till the peace rnta on tie ban- rf tke H wia.ndt bacanse be waa the indiv- idual Mr. Blltaa who was speaking the people of Lelhbrldge thai inch a created by hli apeMJi bit became be WM a mem- bar of Ue aalted xoTernmenl behind which til people of Canada are ready to aUad united sup- port, of Ihe front Union ta.Se a (UEtlnct Ilia Iq LettbrMge nsfht. Fu: of its alms and pou bllrUeii of the new government dyrlni jibe matVmoith wDl remit peo- ple', of SdutkerB Alberta' up laeh a laajortty for .union on Decetn _ijoabt .which 'may betii by the wobbling o a will, In the vlcfory wlifch Vfll be sttcmil only to lory deelred by Ihe boys a the X MINE NOT. salvage steamer SterkoJJjr tlructc mine near Folia sank. ;T wis lost. dnylzg tie right! ofvtie new central comnlUee; appoia the recent congreM at 7wo delefllas and', i Wrti to tie preaent goffrnn (fane assumes to tnaslav organlntlon which.'-dj to tiQ.sconlhs Lmmeniafely tie March revoiullqn. .The are currently, rtfertwij I and aecond cmtral comniltl second .crotral coma awionnced today, propose: ble all the workmen's delegates who tooi no pi congress and to attempt lato an organization whlfji tie domination qMhe Biil coders of the Mmmi' ut of nine .hnniireiS men's and sotdlera' iroximalely one nundr n the last "congf ess, J stalnars lelng a very r he army councils.' U. S. Shirtt 'Nor. shipment of auppllei will, go [OGi'the United'Stie io nussla unl 11 the sHuallon The American owing the eiport of already on the docks wants hands they will tosVi The cessation otMlpments'-Ji'; tem- porary only If a fcua government la formed which can recognize. 'II con- ior a peace the e'mbar-'j Into'cuBlody by lUe'-Domlnlou police go will be peraliiat. Vprotraclen I and will1 be interned until Uie .end of war also work to the1 Ihe war. He IE alleged Jo have been embargo the enemy financially but the woujd fear thai ipplles 'go to officials are, silent na to wbat methods tte BolsheTlklTfttlon. employed In coiqg so. -illie last W them ill fight ltl- The lm that work- 's fti ooly'sp-; artlclpaled E ibe-ab- ft majority of before al their James llorrls, a well known Alberta nine manager, died at Canmbre. James O. Henry, pioneer apple EI- I porter of Osbawa; Is dead. Aid. R..C. Calgary, wDl not be E cacajdate for the mayoralty. John Knight, mayor ot Bruce Mines, OnL, dropped dead 'while acting on an Ho was 12 years of .two sons..orcr- '''fi.l i. -i C The HnnstTllle Local Tribunal .raem- bera had-a lively.. Btrusile with a young fanner they refused io exempt, in lie Chief of wai overpowered. 'A' Madrid dhpaici uys the Span- (Eh government baa-issued warning that Spain would regard any fllght'-of American airplanes over her territory aa" In rlolallon ot neutrality Instruct.lne military to fire on. Mcb 'airplanej. Great Britain haa. not only not-to iBaue passports to de- siring to the. peace conference in Switzerland ;'but, lie will a.lso consider the withdrawal ot passports from, any Brltlih resident In Switzer- land, who may attend the conference. Dr.' Frederick Torrance of the De- partment of -Agriculture, who baa charge, ot the new .oleomargarine sec- tion, says that oleomargarine will probably be on salmon the 1st of De- cember, and the best grade should sell-for about fifteen'cenls less than gradn of Rev. II. S. Sherllng, pastor of St. Pet- er's Lutheran church. for the pasi lireo hVs been loken olanltoba's Victory Loan subscrip- tions hare reached Zdward S. Skead, prominent citizen ot Ottawa, la dead. i v Rev. Dr. .'Georga Bruce, prominent Presbyterian" clergyman, died at To- ronto, aged 81. J. A. Brown has entered the field a candidate for mayor of Medicine Lieut. O'Connor, a well known yonng barrister, ot Edmonton, has been'-wounded. In action: Lnibnlo elderly. mer- chant at Welland, was .shot oualy wounded by two robbers, com- entered bis store. J. T. Draper, lather of LleuL-Col. Draper, Sutton Junction, Quebec, died about the time his son was nominated as Unionist candidate in-Brome coun fy-.'. Winnipeg municipal nominations took plnce Tuesday.' Th'o mayoralty contest will be H. David- soh. Ihe present Incumbent, and S. D. J. Dyaon. Pato Jetoff, an Austrian, and Nicola fjtocoff, a Pole, were badly bn.atcn and robbed of about which, with more, they were carrying about them, having withdrawn It from the bank, fearing the Victory Loan was Eome form of confiscation. Frank Marie ot Marietta, an Italian workman. In Ihe shops of. the G.T.n. at Toronto, was shot and InstAnt- ly killed by a fellow workman of un- known name and Identity arid so far not apprehended. The slayer fired four shots at his victim and nil look effect Large subscriptions to the Victory Loan Include: Sir Vincent Meredith Col, TU W. Leon-i -THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Most of your friends have Victrolas THE MOST FASCINATING :OF. 'AT_L ENTERTAINERS. WHY NOT OPEN THIS WON- DERFUL AVENUE OF EN'JOYJNENT .TION IN YOUR HOME. your Victrola Today THEY'RE PRICED-FRbM TO iaw.og, SUf :THii MEAN THAT AN IMMEDIATE EXPENDITURE' OF THE FULL AMOUNT 13 NECES- PAY AS YOU. EN- JO.V PLAN -MASON PISGH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE FIFTH. 8f. 8. ard, St. Calharines, Cnnada Foundries Drawn Steel Co., ot Hamilton, 000; Steel Company' of Canada, Ham- ilton, 'Cornslnck, DrockTllIc, J100.MO; John 'Morrow Xut anil Screw 000. hisrifil in Cardaton (or (he time unionist meeting to have Wen UeM there. Vrldar ening bY'Kt. Uucbinan ana BiipporferV, liai been ciicell- Chocolate Marshmallows -.'Assorted Caramels .Apricot Jellies Chocolate Truffles Assorted Vanilla, Raspberry, Maple. -A BOX OF A OCOLATES The Canadian Friend YOUR Idlers will he answered, you will get the act Informa- need, you will gel the atlvlce end assistance you ,dcalro, free, iirovldcd hy oxpcrta to we pay money for Ihe we send you, IE you become a aubacrlljer to PAllMKll'S MAGAHINB. This magazlno Is The on the Farm J The Worritn on the Farm Helps then.'plan and tens them Helps them In Ihelr hc-me liow to cbnSlrucl IjhTns, slablcB, ning and making. Bhoep hen houses, ,n yUcllcn -if k In matters pertaining lo child Tells all ahout septic taofcs, hy- -__ drftullc rams, and lighting aystcmj, power-farming. Gives advice and Information l feeding And 'breeding Ihc health of anlrnalfl; ahonl the' business side of farming, cb-, operative nnd Insuranco, healthy rcnrlng'ahil school- Deals with styles, dreas patterns, and other femlnln In gardening and flower cullura. dives news of wonsun'i vrork.' Bj special arUclss on llmc.y aubjacls amateurs or experimenters; and. the Idtevl l-'or nil 1L proTldca and accurnld Intofraallon on oyery mriUer of concern to fanners j i. FARMER'S MAGAZINE has (lircc ilrncj aj innny regular ii aril; Ion ml In firnr papori >nd, (3 about the' most fUMjfaf paper you can gel al any price, Subscription Jl.OO year, t .-i EVBrtV (BBUO of FARMER'S SfAOAXINE li.tmr'Ui n 1 becanio (I Is ilocnrlghl helpful In prncl.lcnl. Warn. .The frM Inrormatlon on hy pTlTateJefUrV many Hire the KARMBU'SVMiaAalNE In your home aa you would a hammer or a Inillapcnnalilo help, time II for IU friendship. r prlif li Dollir ftt ywr, tfd M (a you, remit 1ir It w< you th< bill, .ffw Fiibirahlng Ltd., 153 TiSroiilo.' ;