Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 16

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: 18

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, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE u-rninmnGE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1910 Allies Will Force Germans To Evacuate Baltic Region PARIS, Oct. Tto reply at Mars'.sii -Foi-h. was In- structed i-y iljc .wuoil TO Oil WOUU tW 10 1 the c: draw up Iho Yinnvvr I'J llu- !0 Days1 Slay (icruiau I'AUIS, IK-t. I'V- (Hai 3> Tilt> ol 170002 frcni ilie J S'IITOIU? i div'ii? t lo srar.l lUltic vrill iufornj Thj Ocr- I 10 Ha 511. KMII'govenicipfii. iliai !hc> ti-erciro i'} to tLc- time iu u'r-asunis in i v, jk-U y 10 rctcni i-Arly ro'.'ly. vl: 71.r o'n the llLlparia-i eioH of iN- snrtiiy o' .md levity 'to item' 11. :-iW maiviiul >vfiL> ji! of fill I'm- i Tin- .1 will >uj with ih-> pi ir.o t pu'oi'- j i-ouiuiiUei.1 for the fict. Thi1 German rci'ly luJ to" ul ;ui v-1 in jrU.ul r-f ir. force th-r OLD TIME MK.MOK1ES RECALLED BV-SOU6EN PICTURE- AT STAKLAND Old time memories are stirred Old Country residents Dere by tbg prarance oi the "Silver King" al LiuJ, The play. wLih Barrott as iho hero, took' the country ty storm and ir.atK' for a pert-liniul fume. IL aUo c-cenlod ot Arihur Junes its author. It I lously was j'.rJLMtrc1 thii Mr. Joues, wbo was j broughl up en rv bplnx as follows: stiicc Drears ffbo Jlonorar.r Black, on tin- 'theiire a1? someihiUE to be siuuufl itic godly. Lhc yo'jns man U-fi (he little country tonn "in Tor Ibe city j a.' I.nndor! :tui] rose lo fame iu a The DebMinj Club heM iis [iril regular ueeLlp.g list ulgQt ni j '-y" anil a cousil-, tuiiou dr.iftwl by Ite committee KiluitQ lor tlmi officers were (hey i stili'iiei.? lo er'iinly v.-jth irs i--r- Tht" o: Marshal i'ccN n-iil far- t-.iu- to an cT uuti-ria! K. Kii'khaiiJ. -H. N. Cceetd- don. After Uie.-e were hif narotits woro sbockej lu i I'.laot gavt a vc-ry lalk iMt ho liaJ falli-u by j on ll'.o beueMis whlt-h irflu be deriTSd ttio ways'ia? AIDOUI; inc icini'tatioti; uC from active participation in Ibr- work "io bit; cily. a UobulliiK lit' fllso brieriy _J-------.---------------- I out lined methods of niater- I'p to -3ii Cbiofjial for iltbaie, ihe of the ot ti.t'i 1U- per-' mosi and self-evident paints from a value oi Has The Finest !i i Groceries A Iways An Exceptionally Inter- esting For Your Thanksgiving Dinner. KERR QUALITY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Bananas, psr Ib............................. 15t ftalian PrcncE, per basket 5Qs Oranges, per deisr, 65; and LemonE, per 50: ;-FRESH HAWAIIAN' PINEAPPLE Exira quality -t H Ontario Blue Crapes, basket............... 60c Tokajr'CrspEs. basket.................... 51-25 Tofeay Grapes, per Hot-House'Lettuce, Ib.................. 35; Grape Fruit. Florida, tic Cuciinibsrs, each........................... 10c GRAVE.NSTE1N APPLES HQ. 1 box. Extra good table apples. 9 Per Pumpkirr. fresh, 4er Ib..................... 03c Squash, per Ib..............................05c Vegetable ttnrrow, per (b................... 05c Cilron. per Ib. 05c GarrolSr Cabbage. Turnips. Etc. Crabapples, Hyslops, per box Alfalfa, as pure as ihe bees can il. Pint sealers, 90c Quart sellers, esch 51.70 5 Ib. tips, each......................... OLIVES, plain, prr bottle 55c, gOc S'uffed, per bottle .......v. 20c, a2c, 50c Ripe, per tin.....................27c and 30 Polled Y-armouth Bloaters, per jar........ 45c Anchovy Paste, per jar 43c Potted Ham and Venison, per Jar 30c Royal ScotchrPreserved, Bloaters, ptr'tin___20c Libby's Sliced' per 34c Grated Prncapple, psr .tin. ..-.._..........'.... 34c Gold Bar Sliced Peaches, per tin........... 38- Gold Bar Bartlett Rears, per 3Zc Gold Bar Apricots, tfn................... 27c exira sifted, per (in 25c Peas, Early June, per tin 24c PCER, Standard, per tin 22c Jelly Powders, Tuxedo brand, per pkg. lOc Phone your order early and avoid a possible delivery delay which might arise during the Saturday Rush. STGC.K OF APPLES CON- SIST CF THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES: MACKIKTOSIH REDS, WEALTHY, KINGS, GREENINGS. GRAVEHSTEINS. NEW SEASON'S CANDIED Lemon, psr 55; Orange, per Ib........................... EOc Cilron, per Ib. Fresh Cleared Currants, per packacc 25c Seeded Ramir.s, rjcr 11 ,oz- igc Seeded Raisins, per 15 2Do Glace Cherries, 2 oz. Pineapple, sliced, 2 ot FirieEt Valencia Almonds, per Finest Blanch-d Almondr, per Ib. Cherries in Maraschino, botlle...... 32c, 52c, 87c, and Heinz Midget Gtrkins, per bottle., Heinz Mixed, per bottl- 40c Heinz Sweat Mustard, per bottle 39; LibfayTs Sweet Gcrklrs, per bottle Hsd Cross Onlonc, pEr botlle 35- Heinz Chili Ssuce. per botlle............. 39c Hclnz Tomaio Chutney, per boitle sgc Htinz Index P.elish, ncr bottle Pepper Saute, per h6ttle ..................35- Harvcy Saircc, bottle Lea Pttrirt5, H- P. jiSucf, ei Teller's Fancy Biscuits, everything to suit your tiste. Prices ranging from, per Ib. 35c to 60c Bramble per Jar__.................-. 43c Goatfwillres' Raspberries, per Jar 65c Grape fruit Marmalade, Tea Garden brand.. 55c Olive Butter, per jar. 28c, 42c Ginger Marmalade, per 41c" Ground per bag __.................. 60c Veselable Brushes, nothing belter for cleaning celery, CEch.................'............ I5c Popping per 22c Ridgeway's Old Country Tea ..._........... 82c Spanish Pimentos, tin 22c Bisto, the gravy rpaker, large size 25c Small size, 2 for..........................25c Comb Honey, Airline brand, this wesk We Libby's New Season's moist Mince Meal fn glass. per jar Baking Powder, Nabob, regular en sale this weeX STORE WILLv BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, THANKSGIVING DAY. Libby's Tomato, per bollle Heinz Tomato, ntr box Clark's, per bitllc DfiJc Label, per bottle 28; lliil material. aoJ lloallr 'ho ilclLvery presenlst'.on of argument, Incl- uiatly Iho dot-lor gave a (ew iuter- ou .tls own debntlas as a high school student. Mr.-McMlllan nul siwke on rules o( onlor -HQI! ileall a lew out- features which should be in foraial assemb- lies. The debating .club trill meet every two weeks and a sixxl proiram !s as- sured for October 23rd. 'Anyone wish- ing lo a Kills expcrieoce Moni; this line should communicate with ibc Fecrelrtry and become an enrolled member. MANY SMALL BUILDING PERMITS ARE GRANTED TJuilding activities, though of a small nature, are gofug on in the city as the taken out so far during ine month show. They are: W. Du- defhclm allcrntton )SO on ISlti St. N.; J. de (juerre altemtlona on Vli P. G. Redmond alterations {150. 10th St.-S.PC. Begin. addiUon. 5th 3t- S.; Ceo. Speidcl. stable, ?150. 7th St. S.; J. Uayldson, allera- tlori snd addiiion. ?SOO. llth St. S.: J. B. Ferola. sarnje, Sth St. S. DONT ALL SPEAK AT ONCE 'Has anyone sot to spare? 1C so. there is Ihe oppor- luniiy (or him to make UEO ol tho sainc by purchasing Ihe patent rights on a power loom for ihc inanufpcttire of fences and gales. The 'purchase ol these patent rights ancT suKicle'rit capital lo inacufaclure would not require orcr accord- ing C. Blomtield, of Detroit, Mich., 'who has- written lo liie Board of Trade in regard to. hi? proposition. New Scnscm's ClOY-.r Leaf Salmon, tall tins, ta.45i Gong's Soups, per pkg...................... 05c Dulcn Tea Rucka, per pkg...................24o Cream of per pkg................... 25c Shredded Wheal BiscuiU, per 15; Putted Wheat, per I5c Wonder Smne, regufar on sale Ihis I5c Wonder Shine, per 1in 30; Infant's Delight regular 40c, this week, 30c SuQar KDUSC Molaeses, 6 Ib, tins 55c Puic Louisiana Molasses, 1 Ib, size, t5c LlfctyV Asparagus Tins, per tin ............45c LAST DELIVERY LEAVES STORE AT 5 P.M. PHONES 1453 AND 1365 ?GEQ: :KERR COMPANY Family-Grocers the-Royal Housekeepers of Southern -Alberta V There is a jn the Doiton wool iHirk'e'l lidar 'tba'n'e.t- isled a ago and dcrlainly a j greater ccalidCDce iu the situation ds a whole thanJhere was.a monlb since, j The Boston market, accustomed as It' is to lulls, qulelnde and general un- I easiness, seemed to lake the latest slbmp mnre to hRarL-and was more depressed lhan for many years. There was little or no trading, Ihe was pessimistic end tbc sentiment gener- ally bearish. There were sereral reaso'ns for the lassitude. The threat of a general i strike that followed the walkout of the Boston police, which would pie all New England industries if put into effect, was 5. dominant, factor. Mills coula not see their clear to purchase'heartlj cloud ou the horizon. The uncertainly sur- rounding American participation In the London sales and prohahlc price fluctualioas aa a result of the British auctions, were carefully considered. The coming Bale ol Australian wools by the British In-Boston, had'a. de-" pressing effect on the market as far B3 rlealcra were concerned. These flnil other causes kept market In a sort of a hlue f-lnK that continued .for about a month. New tease ofi Life Conditions, changed over night al- most rinil the depressed market look on a new lease of life and bccams comparatively Itrcly. The announce- ment from tbc officials o'fc the lauor unions Ihe time for n general .strike and lhal In- jrtiislry would conllnuo unmolested had 'a splendid efferl. The fact that Hie I pol'.cc slrikc fizzled, out, proving lhal jlhft forcea-of law, ordtr and indasiry i were sllll on Ihu map, proved a won- [derful stlmul.ini. The opening sales jat Loriilon In which; all records (or hlgii prices were 'fihatlcrtd, added zesl lhal was. irrcsIsliWe, and ndrlces lhat Cennany and Japan would conv i pele wllh America, thus lending lo hull Upmarket, were the laat straws j and the entire week saw Iho market I Quite Buoyant. I According lo a rrrajorllr of dealers there was more business of a healthy sorl iraujacted during the lost week (than '.here had hccri for the previous six weeks. Thero were more manntac .urers' agenls and buyern ahroad along 1 Summer Blrect last week lhan al an) lime since mid-July. And.they were not only Inquiring for fair sized MR but were actually buying in anilclpa lion of Tcau'.remenla, ralher lhan lo fill oul preeent lots. While there has been considerable j inquiry for nitdrum ifool.i, and despite !lhc fad thai there is slill a spread o ifrom Jo 40 cents belweon medium land fine wxxjln, there han hccn.lltllc lot thin quality >olil In Uoston. Flm I and half blooils arc slill .In most ur 1 gent demand. i Advices from Dradlorrt stale lha IIV, market lias taken an npliirn. (Icr {many aad Anslrij nre big liuytTA America lias llgured prominently a all tbc pales. The large hulk of llio Canadian clli (s on Ihe market and been placer auYoo'I prices, -Tlio Canadian Cc operative Wool Orpjvc'rs.hni Ijcan lh' Canadian market nr, il though (he enterprise wcr a'u cntlris sii'tcesj .from Ihs growers _. The FTrlnce. Reading His Address at Parliament lluliainea, filmoiiton. The Simpson Co. Limited Fully Prepared for the Colder Weather with Splendid Stocks of Winter Underwear, Sweaters, Top Coats, Gloves, Mitts, Toques, Fur Cellars, Muffs, Blankets and Quills YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES LOWEST AND THE -GOODS DEPENDABLE. Watson's and Pennan's Underwear'for Men, Women and Children Ribbed Woof S3.00, J4.00 and 55.0D Women's Ribbed Wool Vests and c Each SI.25, 51.60 up tc 53.00 Gents' Wool Fleeced Combinations. Special 55.0D GenU' Fine Wool Ribbed i SS.CO. and Gents' Good Weight Ribbed S3.50 and Girls' Fine Ribbed Combinations, up to Girls' Ribbed .Vests'and Each 90c up lo 51.50 Boys' Heavy up to 53.50 Boys' Fleece Lined Combinations, and Merino Comfamallon's, Penman's t Per suit, 53.00 and 53.50. Boys' Fleece Lined Shirts and x 85o and 90c Infant's Fine Sofl Vests 50c, 75c, up to 51.50 f v Warm Coats for Women and Children WOMEN'S WiNTER'WEIGHT COATS of wool veloiir or plush', half lined or full lined. Each up to GIRLS' HEAVY S10.00, and 514.00 LITTLE GIRLS' AND BOYS' WHITE BEAR CLOTH CHINCHILLA COATS up h BOYS'TOP COATS Xete up in very best styles from all wool Kcrsff clolhv-in navy anil erey. Sizes 4 to S years, selling at and Sizes 9 to 11 y.ears, selling to SizesJ Z to 16 years, selling iip to Big Stocks of Sweaters and Jerseys fa? Boys Just the thing under a coat for school wear. JERSEYS in navy, grey, vine and green. Selling at up to SWEATERS and Pullovers in colors or fancy. At, up to WOMEN'S SWEATER COATS, at up to We handlefihly Reliable FURS AND SELL THEM AT LOWEST PHICES POSSIBLE. Capes, Throws and Muffs in Latest Cid. of Hudson Seaf, and Sable. r: Si7.M PriceiMrorn Throws of Sable, Fox, Opossum; Seal find Badger, at, each up lo Muffs of Seal, Opossum, WolF. Fox, .Oadg- Crosi Fox, Mink and Lamb, .Each S20M and up la Warmer Blankets and Quilts AMERICAN WOOL NAP BLANKETS Kull size silk very jilirc 1 1 All and poll finish, per irair 510.0N nnil 1 1 REAL-DOWN QUILTS WITH HAND- COVERINGS 66x7Z anil 72i72. 1'ricetl at, OC lach J12.00 up td J J.UU COTTON FILLED QUILTS Sizi; covered. ivIQi. fast color L J 'nn Trice. eacli.'JIUrj nnd TttUU' .Size 72x72, extra heavy antl ivell COT- C AA 3 carli. GREY WOOL BLANKET eizr, clcnn l.'or pair, ?S.50 and j oxlra heavy, -t A Afl 1U.UU 1 Coatings by the Yard We are now showing a complete'stock of heavy pure wool coatings at reas- onable prices. Blanket Cloths, Velours and Chinchillas. Priced at up to Width 54 and 56 inches. The Simpson Co. Limited ;