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: 8

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 Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tire OCTOBER 10. 1917, PAGE FOUR ___erlptlon Dmlly, delivered, per week Daily, delivered per year Daily, by msll, per year y. by i ft. by mall. year to U.S.. 15.00 .11.00 .51.50 equals tor eicmptlon. It would be a great convenience to Ihe applicants and the work could bo lust as cipedl- llously handled us to demand that men should come to LelhbrUge from outlying districts- Oi argument applies lo Grassy Lake. Burdclt, Purple Springs. New Dsytou, Raymond. Lucky Strike end other points where no tribunals have been lamed. Business Otnee............ Editorial Office W. A. Buchini" President and Managing l John Tornnce BuilneM 115! nil Dues or eiplry ot it pur dally on '.ddwss liM Inc. papers alter eiplriHon dale tor authority to eonlla King and Country Ycu i Bight Howl THE PROGRESS OF THE Little respite Is bring given the Ger- 3-ans in EriB-iraj. They are being giv- en small opportunity to "dig In" for RECENT APPOINTMENTS TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE. The political plums are being grasp cd raplcly these days. Since pirlla ment five Conservative membra o: parMasttt Sivs bwa ?F pointed lo govtrnment positions. terday's dbpitches told us that lion. Dr. Ttocbe had been made coalman of the Civil Service Commission nnd A A. late member for (jueens, P.E.I.. Comptroller ot the Mounted Police .and prediction is ma.de that Hon. frank Cochrane will become chairman of tho directorate of the C N'.IL Criticism can te directed to ailjthese appointments. The. Civil Service Commission should not have a partisan as Its head, its busings Is a buBer between the demands of the politicians aad the actual re- quirements of the public service. It be difficult for a man who has QVNQIN Editorially Stales Thai He Should De the Umon Candidate ralrars- Oct. Calgary Her .u'cfnVemllve. eullbrlsl.y day. ssld is follows: PICKED UP PASSING CONGOLEUM RUGS HeVelV Nor does I candidate anv ue P. S. Chadwlck, a well known Sim- coe. Onl.. merchant, is dead. J. B. Coales. an early selller of Mellla, Man., li dead. J. D. Doyle, a merchant In Woodstock, died a result of a para- lytic stroke, aged 75. 3 late Sanderson Itarcy, of Tor estate valued over John T. Whltebread, of Netajn gincer and native of Harrle _ Yale refuses lo nave any backers n her football team. H T Flynn. ex-mayor ot Manlwakl, will' be. a wln-the-war canajdals In county, Quebec. case better. The action civil engineer 3 c.ecul.ve might died suddenly at Trail, B.C. York support policy, but that Is not the case Premier engaged I cabinet." Been long fa public lite to resist Ihe pressure of his political friends. How- erer.'Dr. Roche. Is as fair a typo of ns' could be chosen. He Is 'honorable nan and holds the As u respecl 6l political opponenls ciblnet minister he gave the counlr> honest service. TVe cannql understand the ment ol'a politician as head ot ti Mounted Police. That lorce Is mil.- lary-m-character. The position onn Alreadv he las taken In some nenl Liberals, and l his oW-Coasmallv .friends Feterboro't population U placed at the winter. Yesterday the allied forc- relumed to oCenslve In- creased vigor and ;H6nS a wide front on the Ypres sallenl. Some Tery important positions were captur- ed, together with many prisoners. Tha railway systems radiating from Ypres are all threatened by the allied ad- TBEce and some, of the lines have A ready heen cut. "The French partici- pated in Ihe offensive to a Urge ei- tenl the attacks being conducted slm- ultaneously. The-allies met wlih strenuous resistance at one or two joints, but succeeded in overcoming this. have made eghtlng eitremely difficult and the return (o Iba often- Elve was not soon, attar last wcefs drive. '.I pfoyided ho has nblhin; similar action. v (uon" however, that Mr. Cochrano. has ihe Department ot "EVATOR STRIKE., U Canals an escel.enl business The igovernment acted; wisely In j minlslratlon. taking over the direction of elevators at Tort VfUliam: 'The-country-'could THE FINE SPIRIT- attord to permit the grain trade OF. OUR SOLDIERS. Is'that Premier Borden for the lime being ihrr .me, although of course you will In a -Ray. You will mils rne, hut you will be proud of me. I am not going In the way t did Ihe first'time, inst for sheer devilment and people who swallow. IL Just ari In stance of what England Is really doing gossip." New- port Pagnell Is an English community ot about three .thousand people. H-ie Is Its war record: JJen from Hewport Pagnell killed 111 action Missing, feared killed o of war Wonnaed se Discharged sortoualy wounded or '-.medically .unflt -for further service ii present serving............... In addition to the above: 9 Mentioned In dlspalches. 5 Itlien from the ranks. 1 Military Cross. 1 Triple award of Jlllilary I taf (0 the grave In a bailie for our and BL George's Medal (sec-1 ,nd 'our I StrtBjri-ia surrounded. curiosity." I have seen Ihls game for two years" and I still like II and feol lhat my place Is here. "So much lor that. I want to lhank you from lie bottom of my.heart for all your loving kindness lo me. Tnla war has done wonders lo me and imakM me reallie lots of Ihlnga I wonld not have done otherwise. 1 could write a book about It, but you know l.what 1 mtati. "Obodbye dear "father and mother, Tho French pushci forward rapld- ,f however, 'reducing Ge_r maa pill boies and redo accomplished all they h------- do o'clock. This meant that they were some fife'hundred-yards beyond Mangelaer ond. almpat at Ihe T Ihe HbullnoUt fores'- Heavy Its were inlllcted on the Ger- hy Ihe rrellmlnan' bombard- urrouniicu. _ A separate attack, made, by the Brit- ish south of the mal line- on a narrow Ironl .embracing Rente and reported lo be successful. deep .advance was at lempted here, 'the operation being mainly to Improve the positions reach ed last Thursday. Weak Resistance On the whole the Germans mad a weak resistance loday. Their In fantry appeared IS he demoralized In many sections and'tielr argilcry lire was weak and erratic. of the totai oermaii jlosscs Is possible. arc believed to have been euoiiiisly heavy. The British and ..jnch losses are ireporlcd to havff been light. It is estimated at a eon ind had servallre calculallon, lhat In Ifle at out to] lack lasl Thurnday the German losses laclnsls, linked togeth- legedl'y strong, ampalgn. Brassards will be sewn on the coat- sleeres of' New York conscripts nol vet In uniform to prevent Ilielr obtain- ng liquor. Rev Er. C. II. Brent, Anglican Dish- op of the PhllllppInM, a.nallv.o ot Newcastle, Ont, has been asked lo become hlshop ol tho diocese of western New York. A legacy ol from llio lalo Can- on D. F-Logerl, ol Dellerllle, has been received by the synod of the dloceso ot Onlarlo for Ihe widows', and phans' fund. Don't Avoid Corris But Keep Thein corn is oone.ior. iay is a tcientifie method. A noted chanirt' they" matter little whni you the to end them. i.It is not fa not harsh. action on -the corn alorit, so'it.doesil_t lead to' soreness- And it u core. Mo corn can resist it. Ifiom of have no dread of corat new Some. Bhiejay CocnPlaBten Slop I-4aailT gJOmCoapl 'aimple u re- morint -'11 dirt ipot'Blue-jar is appliid In a salte, on one See how easily theae kai-joy can be eaUd. i twenty'Ibouaand. Kellli Neville, governor of raska, has been appointed colonel of Ihe new 71h neglmenl and will resign bis slate post anil go overseas when his regiment1 Is called. TV. W. Atterhury, vk'c-prcslilcnt of Iho Pennsylvania railroad has been la lae ..-.las lhal we can begin to crlll- 'cise hut cerjalnly not before. :'LET THE TRIBUNALS .TRAVEL AROUND. i our brave are dying for US. Are we worthy ot thoml We dire to Lei us try to emulate their aplrlL Irft us Eel lo- RAVtL AKUUnu, It would be well If an arrangemenl Uelher loyally and earnestly lo he p Vere made for Ibe Mllllary Service bring about the end of Ihe war with Tribunals lo travel to points where a victory lor our cante and their tribunal h.s not been named. For wl11 be W0rlhjr under present conditions, 1 Ihelr derfs. men of the' clatees lo 'he Ural called. up would have to come from Com- The; Moose Jaw News merce, Coailmrsl, Iron Springs, CoH' W way of rcpentence for and other adjacent comntan- of sabh big hacon profils .Sir Joseph Illea lo appear before 'the FlaveUs shoulJ now proceed-to pay brldgo tribunal and seek eiemp- oB the natlpM_______ .tlon. Miners and farmers will be warranted in asking lor eiempton two political.partks In Rejln bul Ihe present Is a busy time In both seem lo be approaches the In, occupation! It might seriously in- proposal in a slrange ._. .terfere, br ltd opin, oi Ihlnk Ihe Moose law New, mine H a lot ft mln- The. Liberals .appolnled a commltte e a day to come (0 of icn and .Ihan the Conjcrvallvcs a present thcrnnelres be-' poinled k'comrnlllce ol lUUen lo rnee them, "Can II be (hat Ihe latter, the IxjlhbrfdgelleBl lomelhlng should bo put ri blure of several hundred p. also ihal Ihelr own losses, were "8The northern' Hank of llrlllah attack had lo cross the nroonneeH I river much mud ana water .waa encountered. The Iroops, however negollalcd the crosslnz without deUy'.'The' region'was itudje'l wllh concrete redoulila and Ihe'embank- Jncnl ol Ihe Tpres-Staden railway fur- nished good cover trom which the per-1 maris could work their nacbinf gms la ndvanlage. The other rcdouhts ?ftve -...I. but several near of i-oeiwislle p a strenuous realstance, There waa cavy flghllng at Kolkul. ot angemarck, where there waa n reloubU.- For Iho most, part, Ihe I ermans In this region aurrcndercd wllhoul making strong resistance. Hot Work nt tie work ot ihe av occiirrn'l In Ihe.lovraol nelle.'fn Isst Thursday's the Irltlsh hail eslaMInhed themsclvos In he weslern hall of tho villaBe and vtarcuz lighting has continued there alicc. At dawn today hand-to- hand fighting oroons-lho ruins began In earnest and Ihe Germana werei gioclually pushed bacfc.lo the eastern oulsklrU of the town where they look un potillon in a lilE brewery. This place wns well forll.llcd nnd every window furnished an 6penlng lor o machlni) gim. the battle conllnOcd lor several bourn, but eirly In: ihe announced thai.the d Seen' loriii ia sracuite 1917-1918 "Investors' Reference' 1JOOKLET EXPtAINIMO.THE PROCIDURE MAKINO OT PUXCHASIS AND SALIS OF. UClimTlEl AND LATEST AVAIL- INFORMATION ABOUT 1HE.UOK ntymNENT coRpoiATiona WHOSE sicuai- ARE LISTED ON THE EXCHANSEI Ol' CANADA. y xhtill 60 olod to 9ctuL tt copy ftii Invohnoit Stcuritirf EjCtbHibfil UNION BANK'BLDC. TottoNTo. TRANSTOirfATlON BLDO. MONTREAL H BROADWAY NSW YORK CHOCOLATES Yotl will like "Mclba" Chocolates, not alone for their Strict purity, but for the varied assortment contained In each box- fresh fruits, caramel centres, honey chips, t soft creamy under a Ue- 'l lickxs coating of rich chocolate. I Co-operative SaviHfl Is. and en- couraged by the. open- ing of a Joint Savings Account In the names 'of VfMnd and'Wile, Father and Son, Brother and Sister, or any two or more members tie fnterest accrues to the credit of both. Y Manager.lor Ml V. ;