Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
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: 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 Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR Tin; UCTHUHIOGE UKK.VUJ SATl'llDAY, SKPTKMllKl'. 1017 Hllwrtn 2AILY AND W EEKLY Subscription Dally, delivered, per delivered per year ......55.00 1 is classical, lite uiuo thai of Uauiuu [for Pylhlai. In a roceiil speech in j ihr House ol Sir Sam de- i liveted hiuisell of iho following iuild '.praise for the member for Calgary; I -My friend (Mr. K. U. llen- neiO cousiliuled himself the head of 1 National Service u; miss Ion. mid n-jih the prime minister perambulated this rouutry from lhe Allan- iy ihe It 1 ivcre in lhai Dally, by mail, per year honorable genTlcuian's place I wouhl Weekly, by nail, per never be fouud, insulting the inielli- iy mail per >var to Dominion House o( Com- s; by standing un 5n my and 1 1 ilio ibem on any subject. This ivho made such TELEPHONES E'Jircrlal Office W. A. Buchanan President an-1 Managing Director John Torrance j J of blrnselt anil who was n-ji-h u failure as ihe hctU ol the Na- ServLue commission which lias wasllng the money iliousands and lens of thousands of i dollars perambulating up and Massey Hall Iu lhe city I PICKED UP THBBUSY MAN froai TluTo doubt there are "LlLeral In TCEI- em Cansdn. whose dcvotioD tu Sir Wilfrid Lanrier will Increase bs the developments ol the carupalga make It clea.-er and clearer that the forces .'beblnd him, which control him, are determined lhai C'anada'3 lurther military contribution to the war shsll bc negligible. U i? to bc lipptTd lhai the estimate" the Free Prcaa Is correct. If U la, IE not much rhanre of Canada ruled by a government repre rjentlng ihe quitlcre. vlflATTER OF BLOCK UNION. ;r There are still bright hopes thai junlon will coice oul ol tangle at Though ihe In ;Sislen'ce of lhe Co'jaervaKve members :br parliament on (he leadership o[ .Borden appears lo bc hern out of lhe -liartlzanship from which thc rank and of the electors of the Dominion jiire trying to gel away, and though It us, there arc other men -'In lhe and In the Conscrva- ,live parly zi that arc more able ''an leaders than Premier Borden, the or uninn among lhe Lib- erals sho.ild nn( find (t Impoasitle to waive ihetr demand thai a new leader be nnmcd. The main ihlne k lo con .summits unlor. ana restore- the con- fidence of Iho people Jn their leaders. :A? a union leader, Borrien won't! proh- "ahiy bc slronger than a parly 'Irader. Cerlnfnly it would a mla- .tote lo allflw that'one obstacle lo Mand in (he way. After union In oo aumrualcd. U H la (lien found lhat fie1'" loadc-r could he secured. Sir Robert nordtn would prolia'uly Mop Dill. Jfe ban Inlirnated !h-t hr; not -i So lhat wlille wt holrt thai a .-trong- cr union government rtiuld be formrd tiridrr the leadership of aa ins ovnr IcatlcraTitp this lime ia sec- ondary to the main HOW SIR SAM LOVES established it should not require'any greal delay hefori the price ot fiour Is fisc-d. It tears a dlrect: relation lo the price of wheat. And In this cooaectlon it should be pointed out that as Alberta farmers will have, to sell their wheat at the price of the freight from here to Fort .William, amounting, In South era lo an average of 15 cents a the, price of Southern Alberta milled flour should not be on a price of for wheat, uul on ihe actual price paid by thc miller to lhe which will be auoul ?2.05 r buaUel nn the average for No. 1. 'firmer? here will sell Ihelr wLeat j cheaper owing the distance they j are from lhe primary markets of (he west. They should have the benefit of that IDES In tne price of Ihe flour liey have lo buy. There fs no longer any reason why Southern Alberta mill- era should collect two freights on their product, and It will be a gross unfair- ness lo farmen II lhe Food Con- troller allows It. A An Emergency TO HELP! FR E NC H WOU N D E D E M E R G E N CY FUN D (TTNDEfi.THE AUtHOKITY QV THE PREffCH OUVERIJMEHT) Founded to render emergency relief to destitute and suffering dependents of French soldiers, to succour the wounded and rehabilitate families in the recaptured and devastated portions of France. HIGH RIVER Thla (From Tha Tlmea.) a production. Fifty-three potatoes, Ivro of which weighed 2 Ibs. enrl 6 67., were lalten from one hill In the garden at lhe home of Mrs, llanna. This record comes from a gardrn which fs as Kood AS ihe liesl (n and besides Lhe ahundanck of vegfilablea produced, the praiilaej are made particularly satlracuvc by hea'jlirul array or flowLia and plants. One other feature which adds beauty IQ this com for I able home Is -the well- made boulevard which front Ihe prem- ises. Premises such as Ihte merits credit for the owners and -glves to town a very desirable appcaranre. High illver had a soldier visitor las', irtck in lhe person of Sfl. Major Frank vrhc hnnir on leave for a .shorl period. Mr. wz3 A member of llic counrll u( Din Ion Municipality when he en- listed some IWD years alnce lime he lias been reUmotl (n the OUaprA an inatrnctor In The name of Prlvale Krl. Drown ap- pears (his week In the'casualty lisl. -Tlic telegram ivn.i on Jifon- day which announced his having been in the arms, ?.nd hi? admis- sion to hoapltal on AUCLIF.L 21. No details have ycl hoen received. la the liope of bis boat of frfcnds thai his wounila arc nol serloua. BANK CLEARINGS Winnipeg, Anjr. Bank "Icatiu fur lhe sync PRESIDENT H.B.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT PATRONS Lieutenant-Governors. SIR AIKINS, Wlnolper. HIS HONOR, n. S- LAKE, HIS HO.VOR, n. G, DtlETT; HON. PRESIDENTS OJ1 MANITOBA." AXD ALDERTA. HIS GRACE ARCHniKHOP 1IATIIF.SOX IHS GHACK AltC'ilni.SIIOP; HIS GRACE AHOHUIS1IOP SINKOT HON. VICE-PRESIDENTS CIIIEf JUSTICE MATHERS, Wlnnlpss. CHIKF JUSTICK SIR FREDERICK .HAULTA1.V. Rcjlns CHIBK JUSTICK UAIIVKY. lijjncnton. SIR DAKIEI, MacMII.IAN It. T. I1ILE1', WINNIPBG COMMITTEE SIR AUGSTUS XANTON JfO.V. EDW.UID IJROW.V JOHN GALT. A. MACnOX.U.D. KKQ. J. H. AS2JDOWX BSQ, The Mayors o( VVInnlpeir. P.-jjuion, EasVr.toon, Prince Albert. MOOM JaW, .....2e, Hai. W- R. AL.LAX, KSQ. K- DREWJ1Y, KRQ. J. D. McARTHUIT, J, H. j. ESQ. rn, -P.eglna, Edmonton, J. DAIXDE, ESQ. II. JIcWILLTAlIS. ESQ. CEO. W. AfcLAX. ESQ. C. F. ROL.VND. II. CAMPHBLL, ESQ. II- A. RODSO.V. ESQ, K.C. it. EM. W. T. K1IXIST, ESQ. J. ESQ. It. KHQ. W. A. MATHKSON, KXQ. II. CIlEVniKR. EST. II. Jl. TUCKFjR. KPO MA.TOU IX M. DUNCAN D. M. ESQ. ESQ. ESQ. ESQ. GRANT W. II, UVAN.5-JN'. T. 1'.. DBAf t'. E. YKHK nr.f H. M. JJK! M. DULL. N- T. Illl-l G. M. FILA'. M. F. KSQ. ALDKFIMAN KOWI.KII K. R. KMIJ. GEOI'.GK JU.'S'IIO, KKQ.' W. MOSS. EHQ- TIIOS. I1KLL, 1-3SQ. Reprcienlalive Local Commilt'-cs will fcfi formed 3! each JOINT HON. TREASURERS r. L- I'ATTO.V, ESQ.. Dominion Ennk. A. F. U. MncGACIIEN, KHQ., Hank or Monlrrr.1. ORGANIZER 11. H. SHAW, ESQ., Gen. Unfon llar.k o: Ilsgan. C-lllnBham Co. 1 No langniag'e can possibly describe thc condition of the French towns and villages evacuated by the Germans. Destruction is complete. Noth- ing remains but mip. Scarcely a semblance of a house is left in the whole devastated and shell-torn area. The love for home is bringing the people back in ever-increasing numbers to utter desolation. No living accommo- dation can be 1'oiind. The able-bodied (boys and girls ol 14 and upwards) have been deported to Germany, leaving the re-making of the homes to the old and weak, who are almost too numbed with suffering (o realize that they are no longer under the Boche. Money is needed, and needed urgently, to provide these war- Ktricicen people with provisions, Intchen utensils, tents, etc., etc. Your Contribution Will Make Joy Where Sorrow -Now Exists The First A ppeal Closes Sept. Send Your Donation Today Kindly scud all Winnipeg contribuLions.lo the Organizer, H. 11. SHnvv, (Genera! Manager, Union Hank ot Winnipeg. At poinU OHoiflD WinHipckytthiro llicrc i? morn Itian one hank, a Ijniikini; cominiUcc iins I'cen formed 'lo in lhe inleresls ol ihe Fanj, ss'io will" larwnrd -all cunlriliiilinii.i lo liie Orgailix'r, Wiiiniiii-jj; LET GIVE SOMETHSNG NOW All Contiibiiiioiis v t: r i Gratefully Acknowledged ;