Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 12

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 Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mw �Habte Work ^ tAll Imes of fresh and smoked fish fortomorrow. I&IELANVS Mekt Co. >rompt'ahrf .________________......, Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food^eardUMnM-NumbtrtrTiMK. V "THE COWPUNCHER" STEAD By ROBERT J, Author of"The Home�te*ier�," "Songa of the Prairie," "The Bail, Juniper." etcv-ate. David Elden, the boy "cow puncher'^ who becomes a mUlionalre real estate operator, in^ the,boom daj's of the West and gods "broke" with tlieKCoUapsd of tlie-hocim ii^ the central flgu^ In a tale ofihamor, 1ove,:phUbwphr,tiUtbful.-(v'estern'color and intense dramatic interest Bttoh^bb is bffered to the pttiilic*onljr at rare IniierTals. A Canadian novel through and through; ^vrltteahj- the weir known Calgary author printedv^in: iCanada rand illustrated-rhyitue Canadian actlgt Arthur HeminK.;vAv:prominent book critic"rcsvritw:,'.' not a wasted paragraph'to .thp vCowpunchcr." It lsf>^Canadian David Hanim/' ^ Price $1.50 KE^NY & ALUN CO., Ltd; PHONI mr  .............., &-.v=.i...i'.m^^^-,wm^^^' '^^r^^ AI*I6THER BIQ UOrOFlSXTRA FINCiMell^iTOilrt^^^ ALL No.jiU,^:^ JUilT ,IN. ,THtiE, WERE , BOUOHT AT A~ SPECIAL PRICE "AND WE.Afli^^jIbLE TO SELL TjJtM .fW A.QOOD D^^L LESS, \ THAN THEY COST BRIN0INQTME>ll*l5fliy^^TH'E CAR LOAD, Remember All No.' IStock, in iplaifiid cwditiojii, fiiciip^ case .) $2,35 SEE'WINDOW^ DISPLAY. The -V-^-^ MAIN STORE S2� STH STREET SOUTH PHONE NO. B2S, TWO fllToRES L HIGH CLASS GROCERS NORTH- BRANCH 240 13TH STREETuHORTH , . PHONE No.'45S ^ ' 4--^ � Canada Peed'BoaMLieenae No.^�b99 * TO VISIT PARIS .   Paris, Nov. SI.-(Havas.)- King George and.Oneen Mary of England win visit Paris this month. ~^ OTHER PROVINCES SEEK AN- INCREASED SUBSIDY other E LATE'MRS. DONALDSON f Sast-^^raitH, fllr; and^rs. Wm. LyJ ^ , AND CHILD > oil, Klhley; Saafc; spray, Jtfr.~and Mrs: (From Saskatoon Star). ' Michie. Medicln�03at; gates ajar, Mr. 'and?:aw;i?(A&, Mi-, and Mrs.* Fry, MriE^ 4ud ? 'SMffiS^ Aita4^ (On Sunday, Octohej 2Tth, at Me^i-i l!at; Alta� Eliraheth Barton, aged of 'pneumonlai^vand^^on; Sathrda:^: ^ber 2, afcMeSclSo;Hat,,Altai; AJ^:^ ^'MtsKenii^-'age'd^^eMi.-^Eot and M^. .ridge. ath;'Mr^,% I^jSibridge; Alta. . th^Jtelove^.wife'and'diUd sp*ar,,i�?i^2Soclety.ol the B.'ot . Rodney Donaldson. of.Wh-^i'andvE^M;fe&lctae Hat&^UJ^sprar^ ,Alta,tdled5The>ittneral services Bi^of Jl. f-.^MdrB. iNb |Ira anchor; and Mrs: >Jbhn;McK�naies Asauith, 'cross. Rev. 'and ^ri: John P6rter; ::GrenfeU/ Sask.; wreath, and'Mrs..,^rt White, Kinley, >yC ,CAN, SUPHLY ^BESr UPUND^ ^ PmCES RIGHT ' JFREE FREIGHT fomr oit iTiH ;F.:o:5liVDE4bCO. I ^f^l^ONE 1244  LKTHBRIDGE , that creai -Winiilpeg^^ fJfoT.'-ai.--A minimum wagi&4for!^(>ineif;i employed in manu-faitjirUig&kgsjaad'lewelry was fixed M�nw>ha , ^nlmum wag* tiWri.Ifodayriv^Fo^, "^nig makers the nUnlmnia 9h4ll>e %H -A week, with a 49;fiour'^e(Biy-^iffday half-holiday; andMqr Jejire^ 'W5>?^?r*� a week, '�'With'?! Ottawa, -Nov. 20;-^pA>vinjces than the 'Prairie provinces havei specifically defined their'attittide in'ragaid tn ^e transfer of westemt^atttrsl'resources} In (a memorandum';. �htch they sQbmittdd to -thie inter^-prOivlncial conference this af temoon,: they '^re-qnested. that in.the event.of enatural resouroer being tritnsfei�ed'a>y.;:th6' ury. :The question now lips^before;^ the Domnlon ^qvemment''for decision. MAYOR COSTELLO 19^ AGAIN A'CAfUDIDATE Calgary, Nov. U:-MaySr.-'Cea-talle will saek re4l�ction for 4. fiftht^rm.''  , >V , RED CR(SS DRUG Sh;arlock^BNIfl. P^iiil!?ies S6�^ia32 CITY AND DISTRICT V^Onat :War ~V�teranB Association ,v AH members are requested to be at tbbtslnb at 3 p.m. Sunday the 24th. .Something: important�-.'' ' Raymond Man III 31. K. Mllner of Raymond is re-porteCin the casualty lists today a� belng'711.' Blairmope Hard Hit ' vBlairmore is one town in the Pass ;Ul&t^has; been hard ^blt b^ the influ-')�^aa.':;.7he town had been Under strict 'qtiarantine since'Kovj 1., r -ij.-:- ' ^-c Personal Mention . .'Dr. R. Read of Salt Lake City i8"� .visitor-, tn the city. ;; Sup& MacKintosh of -the 0. P. R. is yin .'.Calgary attending a conference of olBtiials'of the district. , ' Death Warner,Man #The. death :took.*place at Warner on -November 5th of-ilEarl Flanders, who i(�a aThe^'remains were Fetterly'e'c Parlors: NBunerar asrange-ments will appear later. ' Upvyjards of one , hundred ' styles^intfjpckef knive^ from ^ Sheffield and American Man-These lines have been" in stocic (for two >>^ears- or more, if you Want,a high grade knife it will pay you to look the?e over, priced are no higher than'ordin-arypn in the market for, above linfe|:H^e; have what you'^want ah(d|'Vualit)j considered, .our * pric^Iaris' not beyond your, 'rcacn,;"^Se^ what we have to - offeri^> 'IWihnlperl >'Ndv;'''lit|..... m^^d f(ft .both;; oats'ta^d' mar and; Qlfg;^niBi|i1i^h^^^ _ ^-i '~7i\" _ . , 18-8c higher for'aecemberiana a^ic'hfghV; Paris,, Sunday^ JTov. 17.-;{Delayed) 'er for'MsSr.%L.19artey cl6tia441-2c'^h*her -The Paris municipal, counoif has for-DeceAber an^ Ic hilher-fof'Hay. corifratuiated Borgomastei- Max of pi^i .dosed 4coara tnnj for young and' .rA. tarjge, stock of 'Checkert, i Chess,; Dominoes, Playing CardSi and other Games to select from. BOOK JTORE Phone 12SI^4r�thbrMge Hetal BIk ! December May.- .... Barleys-December May------- . Flax- November', December May .... .. 86H 120 ,rr 1-46 Close. . - 86% 89 � ,113 120 ' 371 ' - 358% . . 360% - LETHBRIDGE ' For all Kinds of Feed In -ciirlpad Ipts and leslfe^at I righ^xprlcjBB. We. now 'have sSme extra good, r . . ALFALFA "tn. offer. ':^ompt shipment. .Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED 'Tor hogs, ^alry cows and other . stock. � . We a^o buy and sell ffOTATOES Any quantity. , Canada Feed Jleard Lioenaes: Nos. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-^21. ,. ....'i'i';�374^�? ... :..Vi!r'iZmU Cash Prices Oats- '' ' No. 2 C.W... 86% No. 3 O.Wr.. 83.% Extra No. 1 feed 84% ; No. l.feed.. 82% No.'2 teed.. 78% Barley- / No. 3,C.W...U2% 'No.JUC;W,..107% Rejected...... .......____..... 96. Feed.............. ;...a3  'Flax- . No. 1 N. W..C. 371 ' No. 3 C.W... 368 No. 3' C.W... 338% , Calgary Liyestock - Calgary, Nov. 21.=r-TherB i was a larys run of cattle at the yards today, the whole space being crowded.. . The market was falrlir:bri|ik.jj;,the same figures as prevaitadr-yesterday, top beef making |ll:60 ,io ;|12^50. Fat. cows up to 17; stocl^er9,i|l^.6p,.toJ7.Bt>. � About 300 bogs, wexetoffeivdj'^selects J bringing about 10 centintotfc'tlMnryeB-' terday, lights maktng f 14 'and .'BOWb the same. , * ^ -, � New York Stocka Noiw Yorlc Nov. 21.''Tf/3l08inr >ale8: C. P. R.. 163% :triatea;Stiiitesf Steel, 101%; United States Steer-preferred,.' ANNOUNCEMENT V A great seller-Victoi'reiobrdv No.' 17412 "Peg O: My Htert" 8Bi4':"When J dream of Old ErIri.V/WilHs'Piano Store, Hull Block. '  290-1 Therinogene-J. p. ^Hi^inbotham & Co. are /in receipt today of tiie English Curative Wadding, 'Thermog^ne. ." r290-1 FUNERALS , WYLIB-The funeral ; o� tl�* late ' Bpbert Wylie, aged ^1 V*ar�' -^^^ place; on Friday, N,bv.22n* at tHro p'cloik fram Petterly's'parlors;' 290-1 TE .C0r�red casket,, neatlr trimmed, outside ' " a�'9�r,i^;8ln�le/�r�Te and dlKgJng f ourtewiB servleas. ffpYER CLOSED ^""'LETHBRIDGE Core fi ^1* sir.-FolKwinr TS a remedy for ,jthe influenza^which: should^ prove, of' interesfvjuat at this InireaiMits: PillW'^e&61,'''eai-vert'a No. 1 -CpreMted forlntern-alsusft), 24 drops l|3an 8 oz. l>ot-tle.:ot water, well'ml^ed.-  : ..Dose: Two UM^Ixto^fuIs in a wine glass ."ofcwater ''threfl times in 24 hours. Children, half the dose. One doae'^ will market. , we -wish. to can attentioh tb-both physicians an^^aymen that , w ar(t tlie fortunate possessors of a stock of Oalyert's No. � 1 Phenol which is ^thd euluslve'J internal preparatloh,.,. ' *� � ..: . � � - � � , - .:.M^;|M.^::^,^.v.. U.llij|iMl� Limited! "Alberta's Pioneer .DrugfisU" -Wholesale and. Retail Chemltlk Phones IS^S and|;S22 ' ^ ' 'belng aerflm!^^M'0m^-liver milk in- yOurft iyictelty overy day. Wliy-fiiiM^liiVtfJ us? leave. >you.a) i'boptie|Jog.?i|;i>re; daily, also. iYX}.. have been acquired bythe %rch�nts Bank o� Canada. ThlS'JSi^the pnly'inovement thero has beenHtt.ffr'^ ii>rqperty for some years. : :;pl.ed^^^^^^^^^ At Hardievllleion -November 20 the sudden.death took place of Mary Gan-8of, aged 33 years,-'beloved wife of George Ganger.. Tlhe. funeral notice will appear" In .tomorrow's .paper, T. S.. Fetterljrvln,'c'hat^e. Mrs. Gangor had beena''sii(fer^lro�hi influenza and had only'recentiy;'recOiVered. It is understood th'^-^a'use of death was heart failure, ^, ^' , ' Wanti"8i�ee(ly Trial . Charles-M.:V:eaohv'of,Stavely, clfarg-ed witli arson, and against, whom a charge �� att^nipted: suicide is also p^endlng, apiieafed betoi-e His Honor Judge Jatksbh In 'blstrlcfe Court this morning for;eleoUon;*, He asked-^or a speedy trial, ,Veach:Lappeared to bo none ttiewbrse-'for tlie recent episode in which he'wttii the oeiitral figure at the proviilc'Ial/jail." " ^A-:'rt^/V--, .(Wov^s to Calffornia,; -. L. D. Bedfctrd, of'Jlowa. who owns considerable Vfairm property in South-' ern Alhgrlji^lnd �.who^yisltod in Leth-,; bridgewJP several months this summer ' looking after ,hfB.intei'6lEits, ^as recent-, ly moved tpAlliambra, Cal., whore he has been made-^mahager of the Flrijt -i National Bank of thatplari^i'He'smmle'' tap trip '-from Iowa to'(s,eiHJft)rnlavl� his Ford car. .t,^'", .\^!' '.'IN mewoai'A'm T -'\ In loving memory. 1 of .j' 510.' ;^ Johi^v Whitefleld, killed in actloa�N�vember 21st, 1916, aged 25 years. With dohlng hearts ,w*(i And tears gllstenedviB,-We wished him . luoh^; thought, , ., It was our last goodrhjriiv'f)';; 'M.''v-' ''^'�'''"-':..fe^?|-*|f:-/Kt Hbnora,' crown l8;'thin)B?ATew"rJi You have jpined^-fHat^iloT" ' .Who gave Tlieli-, llVeij 'So? And their Dear i|pefint^nd-ent of the Canadian go4M|nment>Tail-way, died at CoclfrSne, Olit, Restrictions Removed There is no restriction now on crossing the line, no .passports being uece^BRiry. Lpcal immigration antl)-orities have been ofllclally notified � to this eflTeol. The only re!|ti-iction � aow in fo^ce is that which prevailed before the war, such as having 12^6 j:o pay. one's ,way, and not being an invalid without means ot support. v. . Kipp' Property Sold. The store buildings-at Kipp originally known as The Scottish Store and afterwards occupied by Mr. Skeitb, to- It is so much easier to sdy^' K'Oxfer tk^'^^f04hajft' it is to bake. W JOHN GILMDRE, LIMJTED, fli^^RS CANADA FOOD BOARD tlCBNBE NUMBER^"�-�7� m I 3' . B WE HAVE.MOyED TO.OUR NjpW STORE AT 414 13TH |5fRE�T,N. AND ARE r : ' OKNIVERY NIGHT TILL l^INE O'CLOJQK Phone 44& ' ' 0|]ikn^Sunday from 2 to ,4; ar^d>7 t* 9 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG Sp^il|ice8,Fri.KW22nd'QnJy �p'Sfv~f??i-!Hi�', r':v;7-:V-v;. - vr ' r''':';''0':'-:~i^i-&'H......... i.ofTypeWrltair (Barbon, ppr^ox...............�2,2B| ------------ - 60 60 doli^n49tape�'jiipher;B'Note Books, per. doxen...............-^end(|^?harpe;.ers, eaoh .................�1.26 60 botW^dluotne"and Grip, per bottle ............lOe 60 boxea ,JVilt''|��pj�r Clips, eaoh ..............vv,;; ,^-t^ iOo fyE|YT|iN?| FOR THB'OFFICB;55ArE C^RRY^JHE �T0C|^^^ /, ^ jJInnot'-^Bi ^1' ;