Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

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: 12

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) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Opfohrr 24, 1913 TIIE LETEIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD .Strengthen Your Lungs Is Timely Advice when coraumption over 350 daily in the United Neglected coldi, ootrvlork, con- fining duties and chronic ditordcri txtrt the weakening influence which tuber- cular germs the mattery. The greatest treatment that science affords courage, rest, sunshine and Emukion. Scolt's Emulsion contains pure cod livtr oil to clarify 'and enrich the blood, tliengtheri the lungs, rebuild wasted tissue and fortify the resistive forces to throw off disease germs. Strengthen YOUR lungs with Scott's benefits too important to neglect. Physicians everywhere proclaim Us worth and uam against alcoholic United States to Issue (Continued From Front Pas') muntcatioii with the- besieged city o Monterey ceased at 10 o'clock yes terday, according to an annoUTiccinen In World of Labor There are rather coulen-. Ions goIcrTon In.the labor world at speak bl Western Can- ada. Is a who is not; is a good imlou who cannot b? a good ynion man unless be is a" Swrfollitt Again we tho term traitor applied to me a who have tbe.btst is .in them for the good of their fellow talcing all the anxiety and the chance of being mSsufidwitood their reward, o-ft- whai has ttie Socialist got that is new or understandable? Do they really understand themselves? What 'is It thit they wish us to alt up and take tiotlce They apparently bave worked themEelvea such a pitch here May. At that hour mg which Lcgan -'M' m raging fiercely in the outskirts .1 th. city. The main rebel forte occupied a railroad j-asd aioul a mile from the that they doa'l inow where they ate at, much loss to direct others to the fountain of knowledge. The words ol the poet come to mtod: "Wad some power the glflle !o hat bewlldert, the traveler walki ound and round and eincoL get away from because be Is lost la the dark where light shlces and where he cannot compare one thing plth another, aq'd he becomes of no tie to himself of to others. Jlarx dus deep and traveled .and struggled acd led the than he found H Man, gocd and brave, but held la the dtrkneis of Ideas that fhowcd nothing to guldo. ure produces th'ags of value to man., iita labors and produces faj thUn to supply his need. When be atojrs be fax produced value, but not "surplus only value to the amount of labor be bestowed on I he produced by nature. Noth- Ing more.' nothing lese. Man creates nothing, be only fashions things by his labor bjr comblcdtion. If the for- ces of nature are unfavorable msn li THE FIRST LOKI) OF THE AD.MinAL.TY crowd, but smaller than vrstrrdiiv's gathered at the railroad centre of tiit city. They, had a num- 'lation early tliis morning to greet her of cannon with which they bom- (irn-ral Diaz He arrived Irom Vera bardcd the federal fortifications and Cruz .they were also in possession ol at QUAHAXTEED FREEHOM least one machine gun. but all lie1 The- attack on'the city was mode air received from all sides and the fighting was al h "flta the rebels occupied the yards o, Ko.-ional railway they burned daring commanded today by General Fuhlo -Navarrete at l.a'm- Vriiav's meetlne ot pazos, 100 miles north ol Monterey, dl 1 malic corps at were unable to-proceed to Monterey is said that the pro- owing to the destruction of bridges thatin ose- thta'ior cast- from Torrcor, and'is harassing rarrnil' nrevent Ixen concentrating-for a ..movemrnt ss 10 tcellu? ol being sure that yea are olrtg right ahead when you are 3lmp- v turning tn a circle and going no- where, can understMd the estate, of ilnd of the ordinary Socialist. .Thai ndlvldual mtj be ill right as fir as le has gone when the darkness he- hlm; then he wanders hut gcti nowhere; to It itlth who ry to teach" Soclallini. Any rain .who ietia. with Mln "cited Into ot'tb. rebels rnidwa, L n 1'C'ion it would have no between SalUllo and Sari Luis Potii would-he contrary, to and it Is believed thai thfe rebels in tend to make a'simultarieous attic' from several directions. iljc constitution.-' THE .EARLIER NEKS Oct. 21.-A broker nire hsre tjubtes the Sew York .Am- erican as.-Having received n cahle Irom Ytra'CrUi, stating that Ward .liner- .was A force ol si's .'hundred federals reported to have retreated southwar to Fresnillo near in por night- b povcnimcnt.'.Her pipers were anil her .captain arrested on a crim-' ..j IO ritamuu deal .badly- No. dc tails have'conic to hand as inn) charge! The Mexican gunboat Zaragoza lies utar wjth her .guns trained across th; liner's how! When" the f it a-loii; tc and muEt perieb; he caonct draw from any ether source: no turplug value can be dravaoo. "Surplus IB a lees term and IE a Mumbling block it Ihe way of 'he iruih seeder. others see he said of things ej Blunder free them h, till; [ires lOlloa." The SoclaiiBt worW Tncj. do no he notion "that he tecB .Ihtpga that, at their value, or It they do thers do not see, and In his we mUB[ that all mankind ess he, gets Impatient with Ms fellow. perfect men aod women lbe fault is with himself' rj0--ytm believe ill -So, you will no nd his own Imagination. believe that they no flVs, no llfs To anyone that has got lost on over charging, no misrepresenting raliie or In a" field on a dark night no cbMtlcg. yet, dear friend ye l. ill' liliTl- i self to Lincoln (Cuitinued Irom tioal received in November, it may b and ends with Mara It still iurround- d mt than tlie nuir the terms, five exptessed the no one who will llop and thlnl: will he ho'jpd to, much leii. try to otben. Vish it the poMs-' In this event the constitution sc ihe calling for "Play Ball" WcSRAW and MATHEWSON, BREAKING.INTO THE BIG LEAGUE" it the Sherman next Mon. and Tues. 1ONSUL SAYS PUBLIC WON'T CRIMINATE BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE VIEWS Mexico City. Oct. ciitl- isms of tbe recent. utterances of Sir Lionel Garden, regarding Washing- on'6 lack of understanding of the Conditions in Mexico do not appear o have much p affected the British Minister to Mexico. Ho appears to recird the matter as an unwarranted controversy with which he declines to are anything to do. SEr Lionel explained .his views at some length to the AfiEoclaUd Press today, but firmly declined to be quot- ed again. He .drew a distinction be tween th'e views held by him as an individual and those he held as an of flcial of his foverhinenl. but since ths public, be said, could not or woiilt not dialinkuiih between them, h< thoughi-it. wise Ui withhold any tur jher It WAS; easy to -observe that Si Uonel Garden was not fully tn ac cord with the policy of Washington and It waa apptreai that he though Winston Cliutcliill and Wife Watching Military Manouvres tie British government entitled to nave a policy of He and that lie caw no reason for'following that of ths United States, If that-policy should not regarded as not (or the best interests of the British. The Minister's attention via tilled to a. statement juhllsSed in EnglUh newspapers that his obBmatious were regarded as He made no denial of such a rlev, appeared, on the contrnr, to regard the Interview -published as ftlriy ra- presenUng vtewi. Lei us'ialte sone.ol their pet-phra-l eie'ctions, the meantime th ses, lucn IE thorcid'elacto govenirnent in" Mexico rnusii any" meaning in thlr Canj esprtssed the hope' there' be such a thing IB Surplus in such an event the government Surely not.- There never was -at Washington rtcpgqiie his Eueh a thing as surplui value.- -Only j goveinment and .Irr.d him such sup- Instance do we'rememhef any-j iwonld be able to pacify thing of the sort, or If more than ths country, continue to rr.est its lor- Inslanee II crealed-by the "same j eipT and domestic obligations and he' able, to lives and .inler-i ests of foreiisiiers in Mesico. CHlP'ioSf'SHOULDER "At the'saice-1 RrrTS he'dtclared he) would not'.tolerate the interlerence- in the .JJexico, and that the ;rJ-.W .JorciEU govern- ment could ijrnj qs ed in the re'pubr, .'d the ENGLISH' PHESS OPINION Ocl. views ol the Mexican situation were ;sd-in the.editorial "and news of the power. We will here mention; stance and then pais on.and'conBldc-r the Soclalisfs1 val- ---ii The case bt Jesus at the: marriage [east turning the .water Into wine" was a sure case7ol surplus'value...-Thero ere olhers but.we take-thlB-as ansWe'r- ing-the-point-'Taised. nway wllh all the win6 that.was pro; tfas Eomethins add- ed to a eurpld's of great value. N'onv let us tiki "tbei.r lor the Unites States, Mrs. ;-todav. w-hlb thp. Con5i5ting John l.ind, wife of President son's personal envqy, had gone notification came that no clearance had been'allowed. Caulaln llass, the commander, marie enquiry hut could get no satis- Iiclinn. Then came the order of ar- the captain being cited to the criminal court and not told ivhul was the nature of the charge against him. Kiivoy Linil immediately protislcd lo llryan by cable. Cn the Zarajoza ate five persons not members _of Hie- crew of officers. -It is'they are friends ol Gen- eral Felix who arrived here yrsbrday and were put under strest. I'HOTESTS HELEASfeD 110AT entirely ol dispatches .from ton, and Xew as serious, the editorial articles based on a statement _ published in the Times, the firsKauihorlzed version o! British policy given out- to an Eng- lish newspaper .'jthich coincided with'1.' that published in despatches to the Associated Press "and. can be .slimmed.-, up as pro-Iiritish and not erican are inclined to the belief that! the Iriction between the United; and Engtanrt is to dls-1 turb the good relations between the two countries. The Pali-Mall (Jaietfe today de- sciibed the agitation to a press cam-; therc'lB no hef-qther- wisCEorne things would com plete and therefore'full value not'be exchanged.- value li the the darhhees 6{ the "nigbj Should the-rnited, States recognize'the .eslabljshed Mexican gov- ernment, liiieria declares "he will in- cun a crisis which face to ati London, ParTs and Derlin, anrl which might, jean1.either-to tlj'e. setting .aside oi Monroe" of" to an appalling injuslice of intervention by" the Unit- ed States, in Mexico, friendly nations which the neither country ought to be avoided, i FOUR BIG SNAPS TWHAT WE ADVERTISE WE DO." bringing ''hostilc co palgn (iieat llritain in which -Vcra 21.-Atler protests f. h. ,stiraatcrt al by the American consul against 1 _. .t JU- Tfnr_ i of the Ward Ur.c3 steamcV Mor- ro Castle, by order bl the authori- ties here, the vessel was formally. Vew Yorfc. Mra.'Llnri, the wile oi President Wilson's personal repre- sentative Is on hoard. FIKRCK KIOIIT AT MONTEREY Mexico City, 'Oct. com- l' "Oiighl to be estimated value." There'll Come a Night! S The Standard says "Beyond the coincidence that Sir Lionel presentee! his credentials at a crucial I and; perhaps an unfortunately chosen j moment, there is nothing in American relations on the subject to IUEC alarm to serious The-Westminster Saze'tlc in discus-i sing tho Mexican elections, says: i-i "Every friend of Mexico hopfs that' the new.president and legislature will give that country a government siror.g enough to restore peace and order. The difficulties- facing the Mexican government are very great, and will not he rendered less so by the refusal of the l.'riifd Stales to j _ recognize trie-new presided J_-Iloy 1C legislature." ULTIMATUM OF O. F. A. TO CANADIAN A. A. Toronto, Oct regard lo tho dispute between the A. A. U. ot I., and Uie F. A. In connection with the control or football In Canada; and the letter which'was sent, by secre- try Crow of the Thos. Watson, president of the D. V. A., the latter said this morning: "I say and "with all tt-.n behind me, that there there will be turning back on 'tho part of tho D. P. A. They aro bound by Inter- national rules lo take the-iund they havo taken and II the A.A.U. of C do not seo IK lo rer.ognlzfi the only one thing which can stick In'thclr throats they and llio footballers shall know each -other' no more." orr YOUR NEW DIRECTORY The new telephone directories arc now belrTg deliverer! and anyone'nol receiving Inilds of a week, nil confer A.favor.on the company.hj communicating with luo. local man IOME of these evenings you'll want to look v and you know we do, there's nothing like a well-'talibied blue or blaek: suit.. jht at .night. The proper caper always! Let us take y'our measure for a Hobberlin-inade, all wool serge! The kind that wont; fade, or get To-day is to order.' SHEEPLINED COATS WINTER UNDERWEAR WINTER BLANKETS FELT SLIPPERS Heavy. Duck, lined good quality sheep skin, leather reinforced ppcicets, wool svristlcls and prplccfcd arm pits, good value at Nova Scotia ribbtd under- wear, heavy; all sizes in slock. Regular Good quality grey, weigh! six pounds, size 01 x 74. Regular. ;'iiiusi. lie. Overstocked nud must clear vnlue; all sizes, to.'go out nt rialf-' Price. 95 95 BUCHAN TW MM Bryan Blcck MACLEOD for HobWfin Tailoring The Great Clothiers olF ihe Qreat West, Alberta Block, 5th Street. ;