Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

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: 24

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) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2(5, THIS PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington wltTHIHE NATURAL HlSWr NOU flRE GOhplLJNC*-. DEAR? MAKING ASTUPYOFTHE AMERICA GfRlZ7-U^ BEAM, JU5Y NOW, AND I HAVE A JOU-V jTvSPECIMEN 5HUT UP \| IN FAWnHAVVS ROOM. WH05E HABIT5 I , lAiM OBSERVING^ PEAH ME,THAT'5 FAV/THAYV? I Po ) |HOPg HE'S NOT ToRhENTlNlT hV BEAM! MOB GERMAN NEWSPAPER OFFICES IN BRAZIL) Rio Janeiro. Sept. 2G. German newspapers nl Porto Alegre, in the state of Hio Grande (In Soul, early this wnnk so aroused the populace 1)7 criticizing IJrazlliiin affairs, that as lacks wit'i inii'li) mi tlx* plants of three- newspapers. Thi plant of tho Journal da Tnnlo, formerly the Vator-land, according to reports received horn, wan wrecked and burned. Ilo/Wy police guards vrore thrown about thn ofnoe.-i of the Onze.ta Popular, and the. Deutsche Volksblat.t, and tho crowda were kept at. bay until thn cxcltomw, SUh::id�ll. of syiii-lii-i-env-- visitor to I.cth- ri'purt that as well as Forest. :an be Champion. Sept. 21.--Mr. and Mrs. ('.i'.".. Lot'lcm and family wish to 'e:i-dfr t.Vir thanks anil appreciation to the ponple of town and '�miiitry lor the in.....' piactic;.| expressions iluriim thi'lr !� �(�nt in'. :it. Mr. Ashtuorn bi a visitor to I-Vrnie thl i week. ,''rs. Parker, who lias spent wiiil:.-! with her sister. Mrs. (Jeorge ::.(!.!(lard. In leaving for li'T home Id Toronto thbi week. ft;'. U' Hcott mi lirMgo v.''!;!;. V.'o arc plea -I'd I ft:'', bi Improving ..vructcl. .Vessrs. linn. Orr, Scott and MoCnl-Ji";b motop'd to the hills west of i... 1*1 il'. So say the young people. i II. K. Mi-Han of Vancouver In Y','illllg libl son this week. 1.' It. O'Nell of Winnipeg wa� a v!  tor In town Tuesday. 'Irs, .!. Jamb-son and Mr.i. li. Shea->f l.otlibrbli'o were rhampion vl�-hlst week". .1 II. Ait:-tin of Oakland, fal , was a visitor in town Wednesday. T. Wilson of i'liatliam, Out., was a Champion visitor Wednesday. , Fred KijiK of Medicine Ita' v.-as a liu- :nc-'s visitor In town last week. .bilin 1'eterM/ii of t'ard.don wai a champion visitor Friday. )!;..... l.Vr.r. Mrs. ili'ii. orr. :r,~............ l::.Tl Mrs. I). Chamberlain. ____ V. Mrs. A. W. .loplln;:. X Miss M. Ilrowu, I. mutual. ONE MONTH FOR OF LIFE TEN DOLLARS Children of Belgium in Need of Assistance Dire The rnosf piti-oiH paradox Of the Orent War i.- this; that. In unhappy }!el|;iinii the yoiin^e"!. ;o'e tho idder t ia Hiiferini:. Twelve hundred iiio'i--ni;; l;eii;lan elilidren lire starving, bur the pith of thin appalllm; traf,'"!:" Ls that, ten (lolt-'i � is sufficient, to provide for a llelniai. child for a month, that ten dollars can purchase thirty dt'.ys of life, an I that, often the bargain callllot. be effected pecallse tile. necessary money l.-i not. to bo bad. Tiie I'eueial rationini; of the Iteinian peo[i|e provides for one bowl of roup and two kIU'^s of coarse bread per person per diem. It is unnecessary insufficient Total Sinned. M US N. ye -If. M. ST. PF.TKH. Sec.-Treasurer MIJS. )t. ST\mi, MilS. A. S UOHKHTS. Red Crocs News. The! Ilieetinr of Hie Hed Cross was held In the church Friday, Sept. -i'. The folio,vim; ladies were pie-"ent: Mrs. .laci.bson, Mrs. w. l'lrb-h. Mrs. Mab.jl Sutton. Mrs. Huth Harper. Mrs. It. It. Haddon, Mrs. Adams Mrs, Matiiiard, Mr.-. F, ]:. Harp"?, Mrs. I.obhan. Mrs. .1. Harper. Mis Clever, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. i! Orr, Mrs. Hardlsty, Mrs Mcl.ain. Mrs ,"li�.'' Mfiillnn Mm M-rnlrt-ll'OH S.M.K I Hectlon, IS nilln� rottth-e.iit of I.ii'hhiidKe, fenced, new build-Jar;.*, twollunl; broken. Will sidl Ncctlon or half-section. For price atriil terms write \V. 1>. JoluiHton, Ksi-I'm. Sa*k. "T.> yon i?ALi:-L".'l) acres of oats, barley and wheat for .sale, with privilege f-i.-ditiK all wintor. 100 acres cut and l.j Hlioi.'k, balance Hplondid feed. Will fiieil 150 head of cattle and still ha\e 250ii bushels nf t?niln for market. $U0i>� buys this. W. 11. itowan. lt>7  Jilvnrdalo Ave.. CalKary. 211-0 IMPROVED HALF SUCTION CJf..tu� l'IMt AC'HK, ne.^r Keil Poor, three anil n half nilhs from loading n'ation. In u district that has never known u crop fikiluro. Kino Iiouso and otithullilliiKs. No brush, no \vuntu land, 200 acres under cultivation. Would take 1018 PoiIro or other kooiI car ns part of ( paymatit. I*. O. Box 229, Ttml Door, Alta. 212-12 \VK' WIOIIK FOKTHN'ATK In contract"-iiiK for HAY AND FEED, prlco wan riKht mid both ni'iii cut rl�!it, anil tho Kood fueillnK nualitlnH urn thorn. Patterson. .McKlnnon * Hell, Union Hank Chumbura, Phono ISiM, offor No. 1 upland hay, slouch hay, oat food, wheat feed, rouKU liny at lint torn prices. Also can s M. Smith. Mr:-. Cordon. | Mrs. litll. Mrs. Cundall, Mrs. St. Peter. Mrs. .lopllniT ,Ii'.. Mrs. JoplluK Sr. (innuoiiti couipbdoil during tho wi'i'k- Mrs. Cundal. 22 haialkerchlef:-.; Mrs. Ileaubler, 1 Hiilt pyjamas, 2 knitted socks; Mrs. llanll'ty. 1 day siiirt; Mrs. Abock, f, pair bed socks, 1 dressing Kown; Mrs. St. Peter. 2o band-kerchiefs; Mrs. .lopllUK, 2o bandker-(hlefs; Mrs. L!o)'.l. 2t face cloths. 1 day shirt, 12 handkerchiefs; Mrs. .InciiliKOti. knltteil Hiu-k�; Mrs. ltev. Iladdon, ?, face cloths; Mrs. Smith, 1 trench cap: Mrs. (Jill, 12 towels Ml.-. Mcl.ain, 1 trench cap; Mm. Month, 2 day shirts; Mrs. Sissons, :i pair knitted socks; Mrs. .1. Cook, 2 pair knitted ; socks. i i At tiie baseball tournamnnt the lol-f , lowliiK was collected by way of ta>;s: Hy Margaret Carlson ......... $11.70 my by how much this to nourish the body of a trrowlm; child and to afford it some protection j ai;alnst the disease for which malnu-| trltion paves an easy way of cotinttem. Thcro are numerous charities in 11�� i-Killln, ail of which have for object the! welfare of liel^lan children, and all] of which are almost entirely dependent, upon the HclKiau it'dief Conutiis-slon for the funds wherewith to carry on their -work. They ate all hampered by hn Insufficiency of funds. It has been a common sluhl. In many of tlm canteens established to provide special nourishment for debilitated children, to see th" little tots, pleading and erylriK for food, removed from thn food lines by canteen workers, not liecan.o? special tkiiii Ishnient. was not all but. essential for th" preservation of their youtiK lives, but because there were more uritetit caries and insufficient food to provide lor all. For four terrible years the IbdKian Relief Commission lias been s'tivitn; to save tlm ih-ni generation tor 11,-1-(tium. It has aci oinpltsbed wonders hut. child miftality in the unhappy Tlm Alabama '1m names of wiuiitersirms. night, a senl.i> � He replied, "A ft liiltr.." Now tie said. "Advari'-'j siKtl," but he his Kim. The o: vou-ly PTelalnie to advance nn answered tile . say 'IllrmlnKhiui A few niKlit liniment of AlnI'-ri ii nin of a Kiv: lie!'.:, as tile '�! approachlni: v.'.". and answered, countcrsipn." duty. Ho cale tin- coiinter�ir; ind. -aid. . : pruaclied to!h.-M head, jgot it: 'l'a.�.�. ' "So friend. miini;-'iit urn usinr ;,iIsiiiia iown i for this pari miliar i.tU'-iiueii an officer, a I with tlm cottnter-'ntry should have id i.'iv" th" coiititei-- I Il(|t ||e cockeil i'  ,". heariniT imr-' Aren't you i.'oiim ' "Advance hell'." atry. "If you don't I 'll Kfiill'T to .-ho'lt bi'er 'bis same con .iitl-i were nslni!: t!t� ii town, Artiiandvil-sis' "i--ii:n. A Fotili-r - promptly chalb'tifred "A friend with the 'I '." . eniry knew his � I. ' Advance ami ^ivo i " Th" offe-er a j). ' pi-bly scratchim; ' 1 ni.-.i if ! ain't fi r- v 1," said tlm .ientrj. NOTICE iiiaite:- of Tin- Court of Con-of the Tax Knforci'inciit lie. tin- Muuielnal District, of Plains No. Take notice Honor .Indue tireeti of the lii.-trict of Medicine Hat, will at ; In tli" I firma' ion (urn of . ITowerv jtliat Hit 1 Judicial 1 at th" siltint-'s of tile court, at F.t/.ikom 'mi O.-i. I!'l^. con- I ' linn tile Tax Knforei.nii tit Itoll of this Municipal Iii-trict. of Flowery Plains No. ;'.:;. I la ted at Ktzikom this 1.1th day of .Jtilv. ims. liOHKIfT e,ARn\F.i;, Soi-rotary Treasurer of tin- Municipal Distrj.'. of Flowery JTains No. :;.;. Ad G 1 GAZETTED TO STAFF London, Sept 2'- Major w. .1. Hunter. Manitoba. |; :;,i/etted to tho staff vice Lieut. F. I Pi acocli. Manitoba, reslqnid. NEW MOTOR SCHOOL FOR LETH-BRIDGE TO RENT Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do bo dally. Tho milk Is free to thoso who cannot pay for it, and at coat to thoso who can. "In. If public notice "" :t pi to operate and i tionary and tra day and ovenim by actual pra� t ploytimnt office u position after feur. nipclinnli. transport oporator; first Hi who Join it free catalogue >1 I.N at once to learn pair ,i utoiuc'ille i, sta-'n;- Kasolino etiuilien; classes; w� 'r.'llti Vol! i ; our own free >-m-will help yo'i choose completini;, as chauf-tractor engineer, or special offer to ; writ" or -'all tor little kingdom Is still cuictinF, an awful loll. Tin-re Is but on" restriction to the ,vork done by the commission, an J that restriction Is imposed by funds. Tin- people of Canada have it within thelrjpower to removo thnt restriction to a prra'. extent to k(v�, not money, but life to those children | hi old In sufferliiK. Contrihutlons | Hboulil 1�- forwanb'd to thntrn) ,-oinnilttee at 69 St. Peu-r Str-et, Montreal, O.UO. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL llrancbei at Kauionton, Saskatoon, Ue-riina and WinnipeK. Old P.ilaco Garage, 2nd Ave. S. Lethbriilge, - � Alberta. 2,11-0 ATTEMPT TO FAMILY BLACKMAIL OF J. P. MORGAN F.lzora, Phllpotl .............. Misses Hawkins and Hulloclc. Ardelia Kohorls. CellevleVO Harper ...........,........ Mrs. Iloiiil ................. 1'lla IJoyd, Jessie Orr........ Amount from names on Heil Cross quill................. 1.10 .10 ti.70 irs.oo Total ........................ $11 ir, Hnndkerchlefs out out hy the fol-j lowing ulrls: (lenevlovo llarpor ;I7, Ardena itoberts 27, Kmmn Johnson 2.7. ; Next Saturday will lie tho final lied Cross drive for this financial your. In ' tlm afternoon there will be a white eln-! pliant sale. Don't miss thin. Hoods of all kinds will be sold. Suppor will bo , served In tho nvmiiiiK at Marks' hall, i After tho supper tlmro will Im a niov-! Iiik pli'turo eiitertaininpiit. Keep tho i dato open mid niako tho day tho IiIk-I Kost K I-', l.ayton. \\�h 7tb Ave, s. 2t';-il To IIKNT--Nicely furiiisiu-il bedrooms in fully modern house, cio-e in. Ap- j ply .":;| 0th St. South. Phono 12io;. I 2 Inn TO UF.NT -Hosril anl room fo"r*yoi:nK � l.:dy, in family of three. Clo-m to car ! line. Apple Herald IJox No. 21. Phone1 ......... TO UF.NT---Two lurnlsimcl hedrooms. , one room suitable for two. nice rooms for winter. Apply ii!2 Mil St. South. 210-H TO KKNT 'l-ioonieii house fully modern. H27 11th St. S. Immediate possession. $22.00 pet- month. Apply S. It. Peal & Co.. Phone fi7o or MIT 2-11-''. TO UFNT -l-'ut tiishcd lluhr " hoii.-ie-| keepim; rooms, also fiiriilshed bed- I rooms, by day or week. Apply ;!1'J full i Ave. S. or phone I27'i. 2-Ll-li 1 i'O itLNT-Storape space for all j kinds of goods. Hates reasouable | Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd j ! Avenue South. Phone 722. | I'd UK-NT- A modern house, freshly, decorated, in .Inn block. PJtii St. A North. Apply D. S. Williamson, 1122. Jill St. South. 2T.i-0 j TO UKNT- House, staIde Tinil"bulld-1 ir.K.. snltalib for store bouse on tho | corner of Mb Ave, and 12th St. South. Apply C. Matcbett, 210 Kith St. North, or phone 1T7!�. 238-C TO UKNT A splendid room In a nice, quiet himm, convenient to car line, lady companionable, one holding position in otlice or store prciyrred. Apply 12,'irt t'.th Ave. A. S. 211-ii Mil.- aro you naasfied with your present living quarters? If not. ko up to tho "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and pnvileROs awaiting you there. Tho rates aro low. '^or. 4th Ave. and 10th St.. �. Phono 51? TO UKNT -Desirable house keepliiK suite of three rooms, modern kitchen, livliiK room with private balcony, bed room and bath room. Ueferences exchamied. l> Oct. 1st. Ap j ply Hox T:. Herald. 2-10-ilj NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phono lsol. OwiiiR to liuviiiK such a larrje number of clients wantiiiK houses we will rent free of charge to tlm owner. Also to owner.; of apartments, no charite. Housed for sale, llents collected. 232-0 draying] Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited fri�� e, tlm Iniiabitauts resident ivitiiin :'� is district suff-r of tins Permanent Force or i 'a n ad inn Kxpod ition-ary Force to cent ract. debts, they ,1,/ �o at titeir own risk. K'. C. ASI1TON, Aliijordeneral, Aclini; Adjutani tieneral.' Oltawa. Sept. �, Hns. 21 U-� 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF balance hair I. P. R. frtlglt PHONES Offle�........... 11 � �tablet .......... 1M4 ifi.nn crop. He low n. buy in district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. ass Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at tlm Central whero you Ret dollar for dollar's worth of service and all our work Ktiar-iiiiteed. Sectional, Itlowouts, Hlmcuts, Spots and Kettle He. treaditn; a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoe3 and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooms 121-122 New P. Bums Huilding, Corner Sth Avo. and 2nd St. East. Calgaiy. Offlco Phono M281S Residence Phone M2077 Intorno ami House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Far, Nor0 and Throat Hospltul, New York City, 1911-1911. Specialist to Calgary School Board Tractor Repairs Wo specialize, In roborlnir gca tractor cylinders, anil fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversizo pistons for all popular makes of ens tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phono 1732 j\ ELECTRICAL "SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L McKENZIE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here anil lirinK with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by its. Kxpert. work. Hot. air furnace work a specially. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. 3.' Lethbridge, Alta. THE ROY ELECTRIC Eloctrfcal Contracting of all kinds. Agonts for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. SIS 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 73S MUST CONVERT CLERICAL PARTY APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, C. P. R^ DEPOT, LETHBRIDGE Copenhagen, Sept. 2fi.-Tho llorlin Tagoblatt, a copy of which has been rocoivod hero, reports that tho clori-cal purty at a conference decided to reject tho program of tho Socialists. The clerical organ, Gerinanin, contains no such statement. Tho Socialist organ, Vorwaorts, says it understands tho elorlciU party does not favor the1 Socialist demands. "If that Is tho case," says Vor-waerts, "tho realization of our program will have to ho postpouod until siioh time ns tho clerical opposition is ovorcomo." a few more Carmangayitos. Tho quilt up to date lias 1MB 2f>-eent iiames and r.-l �1.U0 names. Thero are still 10 $1 .spaces and HO 2i)-cnnt spaces vacant. Let's finish this thing up. Hand in your names to tho president. Do your bit for the Prisonors-of-War Fund noxt Sal unlay. l'loasn overlook any omissions In tho Hod Cross notnu this wook at tho president'hua liMB�=">'' busy. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TR!P*3 CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 . RES. PHONE 428 1 WANTED! ALL MEN TO KNOW THAT THERE IS TROUBLE in C.P.R. Freight Dept. AUCTIONEER Long exporlonco In stock ana farm ruachinory. Sales conducted ia any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 In Yard Office PLEASE KEEP AWAY Secretary of Freight Handlers and Clerks /-N L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. , Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Loth-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. - Res. Phone.....1869 Store Phone----1450 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 108 2nd Ave. S. Phone 173* Next Fire Hall ES-eS2 DO NT __ -^-FORGET ^ THE WAR VETERAN l WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER 1/ 1 Plea3S_nohfy7 Sec'y Veterans' Cluh Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER, 2-Q1| ;