Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 20

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 Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ft* IS lUK LETHHlilUUE DAILY iililtALU FftthAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1018 AMSTERDAM. Nov. 21.--It is ;i ftttstaken assumption Hint the prin-cflJal task of the nntiona! assembly Mill he to put a sort of offirial sea", upon the new state of affair*. The task tot thfe assembly will bo nothing less than to construct and furnish safeguards for the edifice to lie built tviUi-in the newly-created frame work." v/riteg Phlllpp Schirdeinanii. a memb�r of the new German government. >n the Vorwaerts ot Berlin. "It is hoped that the next few necks Will bring n preliminary pe;u>'." he continues. "The foremost task of the Assembly therefore will If to safeguard iiml Rive expression to the people's will in order to deprive the entetit�^_ot all pretext for delaying a final - peace. "Since the dissolution of the udi.n-Etag mid tile disutipeanince an' the Vnindesrath there is no authority to vote new credits. wlieren.� the empire nfl;tnt^�t -sultrily ~to avert im-fncasurabl.." There e�n be no political or eeonomie prosperiiv vcith-*Ut a national assembly." HER DAUGHTER WAS SAVED FROM OPERATION Mrs. Wells of Petersburg Tells How. i GETS 10 YEARS. TORONTO, Nov. 2:'. l.ct;. �who held up the t'auiidiuti Kxprcss messengers on the ToroMO-Huft.'il.i OU suspended sentence VARSITY RE-OPENS. SASKATOOX. Sa?k.. Nov. 2; -The tJniverslty of Saskatchewan wlitch has teen quarantined against infUietua. 1W! re-open Dec. 0 YEARS tm AGO * rub brek* Got on ny *�n�S aai �h� doctor told m* it was ecuma." So writes Mrs. McDonald, of Oyattr Pond?, N.9. She adds: "la �pite of tho doctor's treatment bad tores appeared, which gradually spread more and more. Finding that tha doctor's trettrocnt did me no good, 1 turned to "i-rlous so-called remedies, but I mot with co relief. "Knowltif: V.orr terribly eerlmti i-jema is �nl how it will gome-timed defy a1! ttfutment for yearn, ] became almost diwouraited. Tals was my state whea I read about Zam-Bult and decided to give it a trial. By the time I had used one box the eczema was not so bail. The inflammation and the Irritation were subsiding. Naturally I pernewed with Zatn-Buk. and as I did an th* d'iea?e was gradually cvercoaie. Bay by day the sores �ot lit �7id lets and. to my delight. ih� d!�**� was final':' driven out ntlraly. It teemed almost too �ood to b* trua and I feared tho own* might break out. again, ao 3 watted aavaral month* to make aura that I wu permanently cured. % am; and Zam-Sol deserves el! �* pralM." If tm are �wfftrlni -with aca�ma. rtipt*oM. blood-palaonlnt or any kls dliaaaa. don't delay, but apply 'anvBuk This tight, dry fleecy wadding Aa�IUd (>tni�to (ran u,. bos) t� any cfaiU-c*uvd \' Mtw. *tt�ck> th� txoubU �t Itt Muci, mi atott qaica m4 mm nacf. It It "inumil �nMk" in dry, (pea, . . . � IN Drmggi$t BOc CAMPANIA SINKS. LONDON. Nov SI.-The steamer Campania, once q'ler'n of the soax, has sunk In the Kirch of Kurth, off tho coan of Scotland, during a Rale. All I on b.mrd the ship were saved. HUGE OIL PIPE UNE tendon, Nov. 22.--The imor-ullied petroleum council has been visiiij^ jScotland during the pa>t few dayr,. at tending the ionual iiiunguiatiou of pipe line laid actoos Scotland aluliK the Clyde for the cauul to Aecure a continuous Mipph of fuel oil for th� British naval ba-i- at Hosythe. primary object of this pipe line, which can deliver loo ton. of oil an hour and i� the loncist in Kuropc. m to avert the neeeh�lty of tank steamer, going around Scotland to the eaM coast and thus to diminish the loss of tank steamers by submarine attacks. TO THROW OUT HOGS WEIGHING LESS THAN 156 WASHINGTON. Nuv 22.-All hog� under ITiil pounds,were included in throw-outs from packer.' droveit by an order today of the food admiuUtru-tion. 'J'ltis action ia designed to keep from,tho market hogs considered too llKlit (or export trade meat unil aUo to niuiiiuin the present price of heavier thai/"!hrow-outV' at 517.50 a hundred pounds. WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? LEE DUCK, TAILOR At 402 Thirteenth Street N.-Phone 1770 Lee Duck has been here lor five year*, and he ii a well known tailor io the city. He has extended his buslhess by adding one dry cleaning machine. HI0H68T CLASS WORK AND LOWEST PRICES Pressed only 65c to 75c Spout Cleaning ... $1.00 to $1.25 DiyOtuiiif $1.50, to $1.75 � (DELIVERY FREE) Peteraburfj. Va. - "For tmm yean ay daughter aufteted from a weakness ' and pains in her right side: at time* �he was *o had she cou'.d r.ot do any work. For two years ahe waa attended by the fcc?t physicians here, n -A both ajrreed that he would have to be operated on. I mifrjrestcd Lydia E. I'inkham'a Vcjjeta-b!e Compouni!. at fir? t sue re fare J to take, it, bnt finally consented. From the very bepinnir.e it helped Iter, ar:.1 new she is entirely we'!, and telling pvervbotiv how much poed it hai deno hen'-Mrs. W. D., ^5 North Adams Street. Poterjlmrc, Va. If every girl who suffers as Mi�e Well? did. or from im'trtilaritie.", painl't.1 p'-riods. l-ackarhc, siieache, dng^int down pain3. ir.ilammaticn or ulcerntton would otily jive this famous rc>ot and herb remedy a trial thev weald soon find relict' from such aufferinf. For sn.'Cial advice women are a�ked to writy the Lydia K. i'inkhnm ?tedicin* C\v, Lynn, ivinss. The result of forty yenrj experience is at jour *�r\ice. i 11ALT1MOUB. MIL. Nov. 22.-Fire ; which broke out in the hold of the ' Standard Oil Company's* steamer '. Strindnrd nl llowley's wharf this nftor-noon .spread to the wharf and nearby gasoline tanks in a few minutes. , .Many explosions occurred on the ] s'eamer and the nenrby tanks as the j ' iasidiue. stored in them ignited. Fire- j  Men'battliiiK against the blnr.o were i 'badly hati; the fsasollne. The .steamer! t.i'oiijjit 1,1 tbis p.itt a chtko '.'""" workmen ,w.>rc uiar otiouch to i' lo be injured. It was !h!]i;iu ta;:' ail of ilie men had escaped from the -\.  -el. | �tt -I !>.'�. the fire was tepirted tj ; hi iindrr control. ( BELIEVE ALLIES 10 HENNESEY& WILSONS ENDLESS GHA/N of WEEK-END BARGAINS PHONE. 789 LONDON. N$v. i2.-Oome naval r."c:->, the Daily Mail carrcspondint with the EKti3h fl� ci saya, reject the idea Cia; the surf::ic:red Cer.-nar. sh'fla will ever ce re'.urn-cd to G?.-rr.iny. Thsy believe thoy .".ill he div:derl amsT ths ulli;;. icief'i.-n; the Un.ttd ."-t.".ct,. 'CITATION l\ ILF. BL'CNO" AYHE3. Nc '. :Z.-".jr. ica-s drmc-.str^tionc ar|alfi?t Per-a .an business i ov:;z have o;;j.--rcd in Antofrf|.i;ti, Chic a rc soit cf a 'aire r;i-.3,- tit.-.: th; Chilean co t:ui '. Cii'.ao li-tition throucihtet ; WOMEN FOR SENATC AND HOUCt 0~ COV.V.ONO � A HERO OF THE NORTHLAND Amongst the officers of the Canadian Kipedltlotiaryl.'oree in Siberia It I.lent. T. H. Caitlkin. of I.ethbsldve. Alberta. He is remarkable fur liaviiiK beep one of the party of Koytil North werr Mounted Pollev who travelled a.ouu mile� by doicsbd over batreii ; iiid;' fn search of the alleged Kskine. murderers of two Aue-rlcati K-ientisti,. Tlie . investigations proted that the killing* werrt Justifiable homicide, the vo Americans having brought death u-,"themselvc by their tirutulity te-s-ard th� natives. The journey bai-k from the far north took from Januarv to October. Caulkin will be well qualified for work in Siberia. ' TEMPERANCE WORK IN FOREIGN' COUNTRIES l COIA'MBIS. Ohio. Nov. -Ks-Itejjslon to foreign countries, eupceiul-lv Europe, of organize,1 temperaia  work was decided upon here today ,-,t the Moalni; session of lonlerence uf the natiutia! anti�a!o"ii league orh er* und prohibition advocaies fruns other countries. The conference elo--! ed at noon. ii! - n r.-.i a it: a . All Ladies' Coats Marked To Clear Saturday '."ii gjj Saturday OTTAWA. N..v. -.1.- The will be ra'.s d in!.. i;-,;.iill-: '��> 'he tis-il' of iv ,|,l.-i!. i:"H ll.llH (he ff itll III tile aovernliiDlit. lei: lr.t-�vb: ! , lllillisli'l-i- CTpr.t ie'lll: ' lv s a .' .' - - ..'able, it v.ouhi ieV. l.e mim.-I - TWO CSUISKRS BEING l' tlie eabh. I Introduced 1.11! e ,., �v f cull t vt' w. vemin. i.: iu.-..mii.. DISARMKl) IN (.hRMAM They b:;-.. tin pn i ed' 111 uo'.v .''.1'.' . - . i'.iti::h nurliar1 � liti \ r�-e.....[.- - -. \r.\ th. neat ... the .van, n. I, , >-V-VH'V' :1'";' V""8, la'e f.vd .oi'ur.,11. r. Ins 1 '' � � 'deh, ullbi.mfh sctie-lo: ml-nt.on io :-.;�.'.;.� aa i.-v.f a.  . ,1;,!'' 1 lor > urre.-.-ler Thursday, w-re b. r dgit take her hu�b'ind'- .a.- ale .civ .i'.si ns.->iin: tlie -fft -. !>�rt...... . .i.n'.rr.i; to the correspond-on the MUer.'bh I,,..;." (,; 1: . � "lit !h" II'". Init wllii Ihe Mrillsil ma!. ... >::.:ut4. !li(-' T-. {�'.,� -.� Has b..�n in dock ind > ".lid :�>� n.ive while the Mac 8EE-Our splenuid raii�;e of Children'*; To�u"s, Sweater*. Knitted Snlis, Scarf Sets. I equalled In iho city. :ci"."'^i SEE-Our complete riin�e of .Men's. Women's " 'tralN 'hildrens Woolen Ciule--Kiiniietits, all the li v.? brands including Tut-uli-'. I'entiians and !>-Ileiie. 111111111111111)1,,,,,,,,, pbces by eivillati clubs, who wlii linvr those players to draw on. The Veterans, who will bo managed by Herh I'liyne. made application at the Arena yesterday for ice accoiunii datum. They intend to play ?cn;o| ORDER TWO MOKE SHIPS. oTT'H'A, >.'.v. 22.- -A.-t oider-J::-.oaui-i! ..".'.h -ri.'iir-- tin-'er cf laarlne la enter into a cotitr.ict with ili.' ilu'df..\ Sl-.lpy an'.'�. IJnil'.i d, fm-the ivm.tra.'ticm two Mil cargo -'.etnuer* ... ypproiimately '.o.l -� tov.a i!i-jj�-i'!;!it. three ueeU type, has bee-; ViaSiiCi. The price to b" palil la >;HT.." a long tat. I'.eadweiuhi. The VCi.-iels ::� de-isi'.ei\ to l.inyiU. T''.e order s!a -s iliHt :iie . itupany 0'fe;p or prevent this m.-Uilng ! the food conteiUH of tho stomach ami 10 liuutralii;* the acid, aniK make ii bland and harmless, a teaspoonful of blsuraied fnagnc-sia, a good and effec tico corrector of acid stomach, should be taken in a quarter of a glasw of hot 11 cold water lifter eating or whenever f is. sourness or acidity h fc]t. Tills sweeten; the stomuch and neutralizes the acidity In a few moments and Is a perfectly hartniesu and inexpensive lemedy io use. An untiaeld, such a* bisursted mug-iihsla which can he obtained from any druggist (u either powder or tablet form, enables the stomach to do its I work properly without the aid ot at--(tlflclul digeatonts. Magnesia comes in 1 severul foriiis. so be certain to ask | fur and t�Ytt only lihjurated Mannoala. i which is especially prepared for SSt abavc jmrpoit, - AdvertheUl^llt, DIFFERENT ASPECT NOW. Toronto, Xov. :2.-- The senior O.ll. A. o'.Ulooi; in !'. i.uito will be changed us a result oi |..�. ending of the war. Ueforc the (.nni-;lcH was signed there �rer> a numb"r v. military club.i In Hue, ,.h fo'il'n. -, U-ij'aiN, Hepol Haf-t.-ry and Koynl Air Kcr�:.. Just what t!icr_' etui-,- ,vii: ih) uow Is a problem. The d:i and aas re:n.i'i| to advance anv more uniform allowances, i'l ead'is le-ii I i it it i!ieui-� Ives iiiiab!" cither in c dh-ei. aiiiouui:. lln-y already have (i.tid in till! tor their new outfits or lo meet otdlg;;!ions d;i" Toronto i.nlor- 'I'hev IlilVe been glvillldef In li e leave and probably will In- uT'i barged as i rb't's. I'ln-y s.liiiid lo beie .iboiit *.') i ;o li. : : > J^a ;. week. locil r-tulleis having ; For Acid Stomach, Indigestion, Gas Instant Relief when your meals sour and upset tho stomach-Indigestion Pain stops at once! tailors received word to that effect from the wholesalers. In it,;. glim the advance tonk place on Wednesday nnd nminuted to lib cents per hundred. ACHES AND PAINS QUICKLY RELIEVED You'll find STosm's Liniment wftens Ihs Mriri rheumatic sell* 1 A - W- wniiin,;! The two-incr.t \o\i cii. a tji/lct or tw-, r.ll stomach d'i'.re-s t:\Ai. >faj>'ii-!, fjuicl: relief. Cm-', little-AM .!rv..l f.ts-r;;. JJuv. ;t Ijox [ i'ut it on freely. l)on't rii'> it in. Just let it /Vu./mli' naturally. What a oi sooiiiiiiK relict soon (ollows! I'lxtenial aches, stiiiiiei*, sorenti', cramped muscles, strained sinews, tack "cricks"-Uio;e ailmctits can't fight o.l the relieving qualities t>; Sloan's l.iuiment. Clean, convenient, cc'iitoiuical. Made in Canada. A;', any druggist for ii. Sloan's K ills P�i i 30c, 60e, $1.20, MADS IN WORTHY OF TttE WAWB At TEST a Maple Leaf Non-Skid on your rear wheel, right hand side ? That is about the hardest test you can make, and when you find out how this thoroughly dependable tire stands up under severe strain you will 1>e even more surprised that Maple Leaf Non-Skids cost no more than Plain Treads! Ask your Dealer for Maplm Lmaf Tir0$. DEALERS; Get particular* from leading jobbwr JOBBERS t Write to us for prices and terms. THE MAPLE LEAF RUBBER CO., LIMITED. MONTREAL. 6 ;