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: 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 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUB u-mmmnr.F. rum: SATHWAY, sHPTKMBHii 22, im? letbbribije Hlbcrta 3 A I LY AND W E E K LY tutecrlptlan Rttev: delivered, per iheir beds o! suffering; she has miu- Isti'rcd iiuir r.ce-J? the hosp and consequently sho kuows ihe sacrl- ficos they have luadc. Slip will speak (or them lu ihe legislature as a real frleiid. a tried friend ami a friend. soldiers' cause will be ably aod ooiiscltfuilousjy serveJ by Capt. IVirsou. and NursLos utMM ritu, urr wtc.% i Daily, delivered per year I Sistw Dally', by mall per S'eeUy. by mall, per by mall, per year lo U.S.. We'll '-vssf-r That the lady members of the Alberia legislature will get the eye of iho speaker flrsi, iu a debate. that i? if ihe speaker of The new Legls- jliiure is oue. Fisher, of Cochrane. TELEPHONES Business Offics Editorial Office W. A, Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance GuilQejs Maiise The V. S. House of Kepreseata- ujie 't5 hat-or lts hats- 110 the Alberta legislature. I two lady representatives I House represemftltves and ihc only lias of expiry of aUDseriptlooa ap-j There pear dilly on afidress latel. Accept- ance of pipers explmicD date our zuthorUr to continue ihe iub- e crip Hot, be more in. both bodies In the near future. Your Xtr? aKd Country Need Yew Right Nowl The Trades and Labor dis- played sound sense when it decided not 10 interfere ID any way ihe THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The drive m Belgium Fuming increasing uroporlians. and has thus [ar a tomrileie success.' The drive lias reached a dc-plh of over a mile ou a wide front, aii'i imported as in the ramviiicn for the lielgiati i-oast were caprurcd. Tte TVP.S comrueared only after '.he ani'lery preparation which swept the eacmy de- fences like s Tiip iofan- oppofjlioa. sod the rasuJlnes ID upon tbe "Germans have leen[ while ihe British losses have been eiiremely light. Thc offensive should lie ai to ihe peace manoeuvres operation of the Military Service act. It. would not have represented 111? inie ot union labor if It had acted oiherxvlse. Teddy TB Plsirlci IS, wne. the lieu- secreivy of r. M- V. ot A.. Is a real miner. He has worked ai the busi- ness for years anil knows tbe dally life of the miner thoroughly. be- lieve he make a Eooi .and use good judctuenL (Ffjin Our Own N'obteford, Sept. lo lho vet weather on Monday'the moot- ing of xoung people that liad beru called for llio purpose of arranges younp jwop'o months was Monday. It I peole 5ocli lor The winter uniil ue it all Iht young ill be out and ihai a strong will be termed. I. .121! P. Hunt hive Konc In- to to stuJy the High School there. Inspector Morgan of this bay at Guayujfts, under or- ders of tho slate aull'Lvitle Copper prices were fixed in the I'.S. al 23 cents ft pound, about throo cents below the itrcsrni uiarkei ty agreement belvvccu coveruuiCDl and copper producers. 1'hitlp La Pierre, of Xow York, and sen ted him with a bouny baby girl I Montreal Lieut .-Surgeon U W. J. Friday. Both mother anil daughter well. J. E. GMchen Is ijie latest yurchaser Mornil, of Kansas City. Mo. were in- stantly filled when the foimer's motor car overturned while runuing at ;i floicn days rf Alaska Imvo arrived ul two port leruilnuls. tho at bolus The Wcutworlh Milk Producers" ;H- iflatlcm iiassed a resolution that tlie minimum price ut which lullk can be li thirty iviiU -A gallon. doliwrcU st tho dairy, fnuu OctobiT 1 lo Juiu1 1. The Argentine Government has with- ,1 to n Gorman ik'inpt iu "re- Irom lie bulletin shows that on Junu 1, IJlC.jlioH sccrt-uu-y for ManlluVu Sas- I then- were in ttaskutt-licvaii kuMu-wan, ULIU lU-v. J, V- Wcslmun j ai-res of -laml uvafUbk- fur crop pro-1 for AILitTtu itiitl Urlilsh t -auttion. .Or this amount JO.SOO.O'JSI or 23.03 JHT com, was iK-oupU-J i DRlTiSH SHIP ,fts. (arm land. Ncw r sel VU'Liiiu, 1.170 ions i-harlm'u bv I Tho ]den. UPS contrlbutftl 10.000 iiiavkj lu! Herman Haltk- society, whkb or- fcuniziuUni has taken ti slaml- for tho mijiL-xitiyii by (Jenuany 'ol Kuspii's JtaJlk' j-roi'luccs us tPrriiQry for (ier- tiirt.ii cvlonliAttPO iu Ihv Vasl, anil us a barrier against llussia. A mcellng of tlu1 suclely was lieU aomi1 time ;it whk-li a sweeping iiroj-riime e lu Die cast was developed. drpiwn yrcmtsslon R wireless i-otnuauy to atlo ceive u'lroU-3S inesfLiKOd German station nt Nauon. A party of Canadian oillcc-rs of American nationality, callcil at Amerl- Toronto. Sept. vU- can FlelJ lie nilquarlors In tbe V. 3. tton aiui trylnliis of young people was recently oti tbelr way in a city In Uui i subject which was dealt with interior ol t'rance, where they will at tbe Methodist General of Sun- of an up-to-date .conveyance.1 This last rapid rate on XijgjKi rails-lit week he purchased A Chevrolet car. alo boulevard at N.Y, The late minister o( the. field, the i Literalism, that is true 1 nftmiiis Ireedom ot opinluu. Dr. Michael ClsrV is a faithful eipou- 1 eai of truo Liberal principles on the j larrifT and responsible government. Liberals may not agree with j his cD'.ire caurse at OUava in tbe past if Liberalism really Dr. monlhs' bul cuxranicos freedom of opinion, 'bo.h hcJe and Clark should be endorsed by the Red have been ronspicuors for rtie RcJ Deer raonihs. and in which the; Liberals aro cniirely ami honestly in CTacuatioii of i3elsium lias beea Ihe important ilc-m ol consideriiinn dfe THEIR POLITICS WILL BE THE CAUSE OF THE SOLDIER. What are the politics or the soldier representatives? somebody I? bound to asfc. V.'e -would say their poll- tics is the welfare of ihe soldier dur-j Ing the balance of ihe mikhly world .-ill conn-riptlm. as a mailer ol principle and policy. FPQX FRONT f sn'l aflerivard. Bob has been a neutral; probably some will try a.nd Hoe him up as a Grit or Tory, by basing their con- clusions on ihe politics of his father. Miss McAdams has a brother who is a Grit, a lather who Is a Tory and brolher-in-lavr who Is a torcaer Tory .cabinet minister; noir figure out her 'polillcs. Our is thiL oeHher party can rely on steadfast, support from either of the soldier i F presentation. The j'will act as they ,deetn hesl for the- and only support legislation that is helpful to ;lhe people of the province s? a and Lhe soldier especially. Treedotn o( the community 'and high seas, are things. In treating the new sprit lhat ID ihe future should pre in international relations should find irsl hopeful The THE KIND OF UNION 'GOVERNMENT NEEDED. task would then of Itself to de- cide internal difficulties of opinion, not by.lh? use of armed forces, but by peaceful melaods. especially _by arhl- tratiou, whose high peace-producing effect we together with hji holiness fcl- "The imperial goreromeni will In this :reapecl support every 'proposnl compatible with the vital interest of fhe'Cerman empire and people. owlag to her geographical ?ifnallon-arid economic requIremeDtE, has to relr OQ peaceful Intercourse her" neighbors aod with distant i countries. people therefore, have I iDofe reason llian the German people to wish that Instead o' uaiyersal hat- red and hallle that a concllltory fra Rev. C. Marsh, paid us a flylug visit on Wednesday afieruoon. Hi? friends here were pleasod to see him. He thought that (he town was looking very nice and vas growiug at B ereat pace. In spite of the number of new houses that are txjiog crocrert 'here ard also iho number of shacks that bare up, most "nlghis there arc a number ol people who are unable lo ouialu sleeping accommodation. In ad- dition to Ihe new house thar Is :rccleJ Tor Mr. C. S. Xoblo (here is ona also going up for Mr. Harris and then worX has been commenced 'upon the new church and it is expected that work will soon he started on Ihc school buildings. When' all Iliese go up we will be some lively lUtle burg. Mr. Smith of the local garage has nn idea that It Is possible to light the entire town with elcctrfc light, which would'be a'Tcry.good thing. While Ihe idea is good Mr. Smith is follow Ing It up wilh all his enc-rglrs and he went t" Calgary on Thursday to get a price so (hat he will lie able to talk the milter over with the townspeople and (he idea can'be" -worked out There is B movement under way to provide a new hall In the' town so that the K. P.'s.wlll have a more com modlou5 place for meeting inland also a plies lhat'can be used for holding dances in during the'winter "months While the wholp matter can Is ]us on ihe boards we understand (hat lhvith the k'lllng of u policeman during ;i primary tlectioti on en- tered oivii Die of for his ajipearancc at a hearing next. Tuesday. The full. V.'OFlcy colleRO board of Winnipeg, lias decided Jhat j Utand ainl Irwin sliould not be rein- j staled on the college faculty. An of-' flclal taly ui cut covering I lie iu utter j Issued by the ho aril. It declared I hat it was Ihc unanimous verdict ot: the nieniOLTs tK-.'. the acllon taksn by. the common in ilUmtsslug the 1 (wo professors should be endorsed. A preliminary bulletin of the stalls-j tics of population und agriculture for! tlie provltice'of Saskatchewan on June 1. 191G, sires the province a pojml.i-! lion of on that date. Of these were males and fe- males. Compared with population' ot in 1911, Ibis represents nn I fncreaEC of or per cent, In five years. For the decade 190G-' 191G the Increase-- In population has heen or 151.23 per cent. The Cooking a Pleasure No bending over's hot top to the Kootenay coatrols" are all on the in front. And die oven thennometer shmvs tlio temper- ature -without opening the oven door. This range saves fuel, time, trouble your temper. Write for booklet, KOOTENAY 10HLOH TOROKTO UONTREM. rPEG ViUCOUVHl ST. JOHN. N.H. HAMILTON CILGUIY U E.tiUTODM ED11ONIOH For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. i ternal spirit should prevail between Union govemraent Is moat desirable, j "If nalloDB- are guided bj this hut not a weak union government. Lei Liberals and the 'Conservatives a union jtorejooieDt of strong meor imbued wilh a wholehearted de- to Ihe war end serve dtsln Lerestedly Canada'a oesl Interests at home and'abroa'di for Lhe present and lie future, and tbe- bulX of public .opinion wlli be behind such a mcnL No Liberal would -.he vantage Ihtt the Important thtng IR to "lay-more- stress upon what untied tnem ID their relations. They will also succeed In seltllnc Individual points o! conflict which are sllll undecided, in such a way thai conditions of eiisl- ence he created which will be sat- isfactory lo'every nation and thereby a repetition of this great world ca- tastrophe would appear Impossible. "Only on Ihfs condition can i lasting 1- li" Trarrant b uni} uu mis CULIUHIUU 'peace be founded which would pro- :ed In entering unloti gotErnment DQ-jniote an reapproechtnenl less he could bring it Hi a return to the economic prosper- he to have t slronf par-j lly of human goeiety. This terloua and government v J ,vJD the sappon of til ,f. have In h teji. iii- there, woald cca- fidence acrl patiic It reallj maJiea no difference wio la prise mfnialer fn suca a cm, teal 'the men around Mia ZPI strccr aM ablei and opos siring 'Canada for- gotten, economical of Its-affairs. hifilp. In the Ideas aubmSUed )llne35 for approaching near- Ihe preparation of future peace conditions correspond Ins lo of and to the THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SOLDIEHS, most of the candidates (or the solrtlcra' soala In Ihe IE. lure would have ma tie de'lrable anil capablo of the. sol- I] dlors, those who know (he succeaaful contestRnli cannot-fall lo rcnfler the judgment ihat two better pcleclloas could nol have been made, "Bob" Tearaon, Itnoirn throughout Alberta R3 preacher, Y.M.C.A. BEcrfetai-y, all round allilclc, and a combatant of- ficer with an Alberta battalion, {9 a eighf days. During a similar period of Ihe Somme battle a year ago thirty four Gtrmtn divisions were engaged of T'lilch were withdrawn as a. coEsflquencfl of casualties afte twelve days fighting-- Dhricg fEi Verdun' oti Aug uat 20, ten German divisions, Includ Ins (our divisions, were after fighting froir a minimum of two days In a maximum of four dayi. Right of theae rilrls G. Wlttage also-had "a car thai went No. 1 hard. The yields that far been re- corded have nol been anything to gel erctted about. Most of them are hover- Ing round the 25 bushel line, and while me may go hetter-iban that, a 1111 it ems lo be that 25 bushels will be e fe HTerage tor Lho whole district, ome fields have gonc-heltcr as there one of 1GO acres on mrnmer fallow at has gone 32 hushels lo the acre. Messrs. Campbell end Jackson of ic Calgary Board ol [Trade, paid sit to the east farm of the.iYoble oundatlon the other day and had ood look around. .Ihe place and also the threshing lhal was going on, T. Campbell afterwards salii (bat thla [strict seemed (o have the best crop hat was fa Alberta this year nd that the field tie saw being thresh d should yield at least-30 bushels lo is acre. Dr. T. Davis of Sydney, X. 3. W., as been paying a short visit lo elghborhood'and was very .pleased al vsrylhlng that he aav. Conditions ere are much different, to what lhc> re In Australia and he raiher tie way that bulk grain .la rmntUod. Mont., were visitors of .oacoe, Sunday. Threshing 13 running very rapJdly n Ihla district as there are mach workln? and the farmers all ex peel to he threshed Inside of lei lay? Ions -.were retarrted Z3 Gi Bl: new dlvhlonfi, wilch replaced (he occupy tbe line. Inie friend ot Iho soldier. He Xnows their needs he hag foughl and associated with them, Apart from "his hntrwledfin of (he requirements of tho men (n khaki, he knowa enough about Alberta to be a real valuable all round mem tier of the legislature. With Capt. Pearson hae heen elect- erf ad the olhcr soldier renresenlallve, a lady, a nursing staler. Mrs. Klnnoy wJH.nol now be the aole wo- man In the legislature. Slie u-lll have female company and real good com- p4ny, too, for- MISH MeAJams In a bright cdncalftil, sensible; and like a slannch frltnd e' Ihe soldier. Slic Las seen them on ST. HILDA NEWS (Xrom Our St, KIlrtB, Sepl. ralna, ar visiting liili district "frequendr, there BtlU more needed belor al.tar enl. there can Ite much fall plowing done P. HeLlIn made a business trip t J.clhbrldge one day laal week. .Mlas Lillian Sammona hau gon under an operation for ajipendlcltl but h rccoTerlnK very- Tilcely. The Honorable Kerr han visiting In thl? Lountrr at pre .MIjJ Ucrr Is atayloB al 111 home ot T. M. Itamaay. AiiBUsI llelhcrs. a well known rncr or thlJ (llslrlrl purthaicil II Hurdtr Jloat .Market In Street JClra.t MonJ. Mr, JlelLerK expects doing good bunlnesS a? lie acquainted Hie: .surrounding- country. j Itolit. Tliorn'lon was a nf J. I., N'nUun and flail 'iver Snnflay. Mr. ind Jin. .S. K. llosrae ol Hwect fen W wm mm. Hc "One Meatless Meal a Day" is a good food slogan for war time, or any make it two meatless meals a would mean health and strength for the nation. But be sure and get the right substitute for meat in a digestible form, Shredded Wheat Biscuit is-the ideal substitute for meat. It is 100 per cent, whole whea't prepared in a digestible form, Two or three of these little loaves of baked whole- wheat make, a nourishing, satisfying meal at a cost of only a few cents.: Delicious with milk or cream 6r fruits of any Made in Canada. rOW proud an occasion is the first shave how anxious, unless you use a Gillette Safety Razor! The possibil-, ities ol'lhe pld-laahioncd razor in an inex- periencc'd are not all pleasant, or.-I ihe sensation .it leaves on the tender skin U usually anything but agreeable. On tne'o'lher hand (heGillellefitslhe occa- sion lU, safety justifies confidence befitting a vftteran. Ils proper use "comes natural" arid the feeling of ils smooth "angle" stroke wachiilly a physical pleasure. Its speed profnoles promplncss, and Ihe limeitsaves.incrcEsing every year in value, is worth hundreds ol dollars during a irian's produclive years, WHEN Incsliinof ihe facebejjlnotoiojs ils seams, and seams deepen info llie hand begins to los'c its what a burden shaving becomes to trie man without a Gilbllc I Bul.lo the who lias one, age loses one o[ ils drawbacks. Me can on enjoying his morning chnvc independent of help and without {ear of trouble. With its solely guarded, arid the closeness ol it> cut inslanlly adjuslnble, the Gillclle serves "three-score" as as "twenty-one', and every passinff year becomes more truly 3 friend indeerj. Every week of shaving witliout a Gillette is a sacrifice of time and comfort. Why deny yourself any your son tither 1 Standard Gillette Sets, "Bulldogs" and "Aristocrats" .cost ipij.OO.' Editions and Sets Drug, Jewelry and Stores. Ki- ;