Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 22

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: 36

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 Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMMCT 19ii llli LETHBR1DGE DAILY llEWAtB iJMf UtMifMDOE MMAUD PRINT MM LIMITED ttTMt ItWMMt and Managing Director a Business Manafer TlLCPHONES Office 1224 1 Subscription per wisek per year Right now there Is a movement foot In the state of one of tho finest farming states of the to spend millions of dollars to t Irrigate vast tracts which have al ready proved thnlr worth under dry land farming But thenpeo pie of Wasliihgton as we be lieve the people of Southern Alberta are beginning to that farming BOW ISLANDS BUDGET OMS Krnm Our Own Correspondent can be made much more permanent and much productive of results where Irrigation is South on Wednesday morning from pncum0nin following an attack of The deceased was 33 Alberta already great by reason y survived by his era s of its dry farming but it wns a man of sterling Is capable of tenfold greater and will bo sincerely missed AMTH rllntflni ment unrior We are Government has there is need fur tlcal reclamation scheme In Southern in this and his own deep TLUWPROVING N BARONS NOW From Qnr Own flit tlon Is The number ol cases has considerably lessened dur ing the paM Week and nut for a num ber of up from Noble ford the hospital would bo practically Adolph a farmer southeast of to the disease on Miss my was here last Salvation Ar to organise ft p n 1CKED UP IN ASSING FOR TUB MAN The Inflnetlia biffi Is being lifted In Medicine Hat inspector 1 ol the has been transferred to John native of Sin will become rector of Marys Roman Winnipeg fternocm to the AVinnifred y trom rerenti Arthur minister of the iini per jtai published in Tuesdays to bo removed to their Dallyby I d could the people of Southern sincerely hope n speedy and corn by per i by per year to Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap pear daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date Is iiur authority to continue the sub was with man but owing to the prevalence of the flu epidemic in some imrts of the en nt while out Tlbert as chairj hunting was mistaken for a moose and fatally N Nicholas Murray presi of the general public it may be men Alberta realize what the great Honed that the Salvation Army has OlltlGill 1C in Some l Ul mo MI HIUI is was docldefl to defer the canvass i dent of Columbia declares until the disease havo complete1 that the next sixty days will bo the ly lvr tho most erlllcal in Flight son of g The sympathy of many friends is is doing for the neighboring state of thoge by the death they would not hesitate to Mrs Tj Pevevell of CJraisy get behind the projects now under who passed awny on inter B ment took place In the Catholic ceme The governmeni is spending millions of dollars in Mon tana which will result In irrigation J for millions of acres of and the into result will be whereas Mon fljnda to Medicine on Alrd left LOTS OF CRITICISM BUT NO CONSTRUCTION Walter Scott launches experienced SnalGTvenmenntWUThenatatacak may i of great crops mixed with years of Medicine rZtSTL critics of Union crop in a few ernment and its administration should j Montana will be one of the great pro be tne guosts of their HEHHrES Wednesday and Halpin are enjoyj appealed to the public ing a visit from their j it hoped that a senorous response H Murray was a recent visitor j will be it may be iioneti inni me JHHJH f 115111 been working strenuously at the front was accident ever since the commencement of the ally Hilled In after Ihe conclu war doing air in their power to nlle of viate the sufferings and cheer the lives of the soldiers and spending enLouis head of the ormous sums of money for of says that Jews pose This is the first time they have to do not wiint Palestine handed over to them as a win oe Negroes in Georgia will celebrate on mentioned thatthe work of the Salva January 1 next the three hundredth Murray has returned home i is at though armistice has been provincial man of the Policylcildors Mutual Life anniversary of the landing of the first negroes in At the Hole Dieu Hospital and Sisters ol AasWancc was urtownlfor j school were destroyed several days last week and secured j by several good policies through his lo cal Popnam t The honor flag with crowns connection with the Victory arj of California in upsetting ft Jeiio misdemeanor to kiss In pub inlie IB the ruling of the Superior Court an anti will say that Tho department the rs Canyon Kind of a policy would be better ot her ij Arthurs has returned home n o a the Union Government poHcy has during the reconstruction but a radius Of 75 of rom iliirlne te recons during the LethbrWge it is possible to irrigate that what of agent of the at this is being S kissing ordnance of Long Lionel well known au will he nleased to learn of irora i T v i W1 oho i ing suLueeueu ay So far we have found acres southeast of the recovery of She e for ft the So we nae lou j Muk hag to return to ner nOme Mr baa the partisans criticising Omon Go from the the so we Muk has ble t return to nome young has the partisans cnticlilng Pnion Go h o tno clty atleagt from the hospita I Lamed the respect of the community ernment but we have not lound them Bedell of Taber spent the b courteoU9 treatment of patrons advocating a real constructive policy i IWfcOOOacres can be irrigated in oi tnrf road and the pleasure felt by hflttprmpnt of conditions Lethbridge northern In ad Dr Paterson is at present enjoying frlenda onhearing of his promotion far the f duion tnere are S0me acres in a holiday in SaskatchewaH be temperel with regret at losing throughout the country people may not be satisfied with the Union Government but any party that tempts to replace Union must ofUr the people something at a holiday in Cook and motor There is quite a general feeling pat lue Union Government 1s not measuring np ito expectations strong construction but it is also1 safe to in that tiiat none oftthe opponents of Union Government tiave so advanced a policy that would be helpful at this critical period UMhe countrys It Union Gotjirn ment is to the people must see that the new government of whatever brand it may a progressive policy adapted to meet the great needs of there are some acres in the Taber district to which irrigation can be extended from the existing j H Roberton of Calgarywas a system supplying Coaldale and j weekend guest This makes over acres Reams is at Present the guest of and Lethbridge returned from the on Tuesday and present in the system south and js at present the guest of east ot the Thus it is seen that i more than acres are capable of This in itself is of the greatest importance to the farmers who are anxious to make farm land as valuable as And to the city of Lethbridge It holds qu4 im mense possibilities in the way of de Certainly the plan is worth every effort the of Lethbridge and Friends will be pleased to she is slowly regaining her Friends will be pleased to learn of the recovery of who has been ill in the Calgary hospital three suffering PASS SENTENCE ON Dyer arrived here on Arthurs has returned home from Medicine and 8iittoft 6t Retlaw we revisitors here oh Alfifed Hobsbiv has returned tlte farmers of the south can put home from v ftfela ttai luruicia the areat needs of Canadaat mis per old parties will try to come hind and with reconstruction prob lems under consideration now is the back but they shouldnt j to come to power at any untilthey produce apmething better thafl an appeal for support for the aake of party The day of that kind ot rank partisanship we hope is Canada needs strong leaders and pro gressive policies and when thosBlead ers come forward with their progres sive we can advocate a cRange of gov Walter Scott ought to ad vance something of a constructive ture to replace the destructive charac terol his criticism of Vnion Govern THE POSSIBILITIES OF IRRIGATION No apologies are needed for the ef forts being put forward by the board under consideration n9W is the see that the greatest weight is brought to bear to have the projects carried building schools at ten corralt the building trade of the The Otnawa Journal figures that President Wilson is merely going across Ihe ocean to pitch the first ball in the League of It is religiousto hate the said chancellor of Syracuse be cause the Bible teaches us to hate the devil anil all his With the ban about to be removed and with Christmas in Leth Munro of Calgary sperit the weekend Friends will regretto learn of the serious illness the local hospital of Powell of Taber spent Tues day Stephenson was visitor to Medicine Hat on Carlson was a guest In Leth bridge on Brown of Redcliffe spent the weekehd Taber Times William Alvin a member of the firm of coal passed away on Monday afternoon at the age of 38 He had been a resident for the and will be missed by a circle of auu wim wmiaiinwa jjg jg survived by two one of by the Herald and by fcthers bridge may iook for the busiest month son and one both being in in the campaign to divert jn hlatory during The and his parents and watAiii nf nnr otrpHms tn thp land George Salt waters of our streams to land is oyer be a real mfncombe Taberi DEATHSBER That is Demand of Socialists in Who Denounce Kaiser as Traitor near John a miners check demand the immediate convening of a revolulion ary tribunal for the purpose of pass ing sentence upon the father and and on Von Bethmann says the Red the or gan of Karl Uebknecht in the first workingman mag istrate appointed in this has accepted the mayoralty of Eng principal of the Ridgetown Collegiate has been made public school inspector of in which county he form erly taught school at Selkirk and Cale Innercircles of Liberalism re ceived the word that there may be an other provincial contest next following the next session of the leg says the William under secretary for home affairs and mem ber of the hause of announc ed that he would not accept office un der a new coalition government in Great The death has occurred at Saslra toon of a former pastor of Askin Street Methodist and an expresident 0 menting on the disclosures made in I of tke London Holmes Munich concerning the complicity of Germany in bringing about the William must be commanded to return and give an account before this The organ of the Independent So was 81 years of and had been re tired for some Stuart Is the first woman to run for elective office in connection with Regina civic elections jue organ ui me iuuepeiiucut ou connecton w egna cvc Die says They comj anj announced herself as a candidate milled high We can not lay for the public school board with the hands on William and his but it endorsement of the local council of Is to be hoped that they will yet be brought to von Beth former chancellor Von Jagow and Zimmermann former Ger man foreign secretaries who were their must forthwith be arrest ed and brought into Anna author and lee until recently one of the five members of the executive committee of the Socialist of diet at Minneapolis following a long ill At the time of her death she was assistant secretary to Thomas Van Socialist mayor of Mlnne and for years had played prominent part In national affairs of the Socialist official re port made to Arthur Melghen hy who was appointed commissioner to take the s mncombe Taberi commissioner o lane in the way of irrigation of the great mas anj have been keeping Salt Howard greater production campaign on the tracts throughoul Southern Alberta j aw from the gllops aa much as prai Salt are and i western Indian shows that t t IT riiirifi ii l thfi fa m nfi h a 4 lippn ji rernarkiib6 Which we now know are capable of Lethbridge and district bave many sources which we may look In the future for but no one source is ao potent as our Irrigation In this connection we know we are pot dealing with an The experimental stage has been passed and the success of agriculture under irrigation has been established so far as Southern Alberta is sible during the past month while the epidemic was Now just watch the change in the activity on the CHARGED WITH MURDER funeral took place on Tuesday af ternoon to Taber cemetery Bishop IHaynes conducted the burial 1 Andrew The death fit Andrew a miner atCoal occurred on NORTH SYDNEY N S Nov G Monday morning at the isolation bos Francis and Michael Andrea were ari from at the age of M rested last the former on His brother from the campaign has been a remarkable success and that preparations are bo ing made for production on a greater scale than evir this Fiv greater production farms havn been located on western reserves and a large amount o land has been plow ed this fall rfciuly for sltuatef as follows Blackfoot T wnei Weknow too that the water is and that it is practicable to get reste as e ormer on charge of wilHil murder and the latter wan was at his bodside when under the AntiLoafing The in ed Tho funeral took place to quest was adjourned until tonight Taber cemetery Monday when Bruce and McLeod will rei Thomas JJ1CL6OU Will i me autopsy of tho murdered an Austrian laborer at man It is also expected that the the Regal died on h nn thfi land analysis of the liquor contained in last from at the age or36 It tte Andreas place will be The The funeral took place on Fri jWhat remains to be done to per remalna of Guy the murder uay afternoon to Taber cemetery tect tbe organization it western Union Telegraph Thomas AlA tot it be remembered that when are being shipped to his home in j I water is carried to the tracts cap cf it will find settle tbere waiting for This is not to irrigate the land first f nd Imduce the people to buy the land We already bave the set The farmers of Southern Al berta know from the success of the irrigation of the Magrath districts what are to be we believe that if they were proper hey would do much to Miah the projects to H il no reflection on the farming of Southern Alberta to JMJf extension I of FURLOUGHS FOR PRISONERS the Heftal passed away at the age of 28 He leaves a wife iind family who arn in Auslrla to Repatriated mourn hisloss The funeral took French prisoners of war may be given place on Sunday morning last to Ta furloughs equal to the time they her On Thursday November in under a bill now boton the ohambor of A inininiutu furlough of thirty days for all prison then panscdiaway from influonza ers of war is provided by the CUiirlotte Klizaheth the wife of the iir it 4 Tho deceased is survivud by who is stUI nt this ami one CHANGES PRISONS jtl UK luni une her mother and several brothers and former who is charged witu funeral took place on has been removnd from ihn Katurday last to Taber military prison to tliu prison de la Hisliop HayneK conducted the burial because Ihe jurisdiction The band headed the his case uolitical ratlieithan miij and a nuiiibor ol niliiciK at I tuudud Ihe The farms ar Alia Koi tho future of the world and fo the sake of the nations which partlc pated In tUo war it is not less e sontial now than during hostilities that there should be good feein among the nations that helped to wl the fated In th j course of an address delivered hare liluckfoot Dealing with criticiHin of an elcc Blood Muscowpetung Re tion at the present Law emphasized how essential it was that the British representative at tho peace conference Hhould have the aupport of the whole He said that tht allied victory would liavo bnen im possible without the financial assist ance of which ran terrible Crooked Lakea Asslnlboine Rc More than 1 could only loyk a week or two ahead at the time at whflh we could meet our said ho said Yet wo are right to run thut for without BUCCCKB what would havo the UHe of gold or uticurltlas or i anything else I after praising tlu Doinin ions and Indian naid 85 per cancellation of iontractH fov the buildj of this troops of tho United King Ing of 29 wooden ships representing i dom would alilo tu voti in th JRaaon Ktnrl Itmitfb TMt HOMK OF THE in Music A WartiiiM Erery Home A Victroia brings you the Beit has music been so it brings a wonderful relief to the tension of war We are doing all In our power to make for to have a Come in and how easily you can secure the tollewlM tvh orlte Victor Record Came Upon Midnight and Sine O HWtas the Record Bit of Haavtn and Mother ClprlW Record IrliU by I Met You Last Night In DTMUlWIl by MASON RISCH LIMITED LITHMIDQf Xf Last Call Subscriptions in Arrears More Than Three Months Jlwt Be Paid This one a value complettid of was ordered in thi Oregon district today for the Emergency Fleet Corporation whicli revoked jrderB for wooUen not already under One immediately discharged its working force of 200 men and that It would Thirty thousand men are employed in wgodeu shipyanU in the Oregon dls The Papur Controller for Canada sa wasted and intimates regulations about to be isi ued will to the effect that Publishers of daily mutt Mndlng papers to three In arrcara be definitely renewed and all arreara fully Under ihese regulations the newspapers will have no choice Irt the matter of dealing with subscriptions in arrears for over three So if you are in please pay up at ouce to prevent U of your Please do not wait for a Simply refW to address You Save 25 per cent by re mitting this week Subscription Rates Increase from to a Ytvr on December to Assist in Meeting Increase in Cost oi HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Day is giving away a Victory Bond ror the nearest ORDER FORM THE Wishing to renew my subscription to the 1 ijiicloso whicli will pay my Hiibscriptlbnut of a year for a further period of Yours NOTE All subscript new or will tit rate if posted on or before Uecombcr After December rate will he ;