Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

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: 23

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 (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHTEEN' THE LrtHPRTnr.E DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1020 1000 SWITCHMEN STRIKE, TIE UP ROAD Deputation in Ottawa Seeks To Have Resrulations of Canada Wheat Board Changed CHICAGO. A]irll 3.-Freight traf-f\c. on the Chicago, JNIilwaukeG and Sf. Paul railroad here. wa.s at n standstill today and oporatfon of the Chicaso Tunctioii rallroarl, crlpplod as the re-ault of a strike of one thousand switchmen and yard cniployoesi afflliat-ed with the Chicago yardmen's union. An enrbargo on acceptance of all freight shJpmonta was In off6ct on the former road. CLAIM WALE FARMERS ASKING TOO MUCH FOR BAY Three hundred yardmen employed |70 Per Ton is Figure Said To OTTAWA. March 31.-A materlnl advance m the prico of flour in Car-Mda is indicated in an annnuneemen; made here on behalf of Canadian mil lers by Qeorgo A. MacDonald, repro-Renting the Qualter Oats company, and head of a delegation of representative . tril?iers ^'hich waited on the govern metit today to diiscuss the serious situation which Canadian mills are faring as a're'^ult of the action of th" Canadian wheat board in continuing { the restriction.^ in the price of flour on the Canadian market and the lac); of export markets for Canadian flour. The increase will be necessarj' to meet the increasing cost of manufacture. The scarcity of mill feeds In Canada is directly traceable to the lack of a market for (loar and the consequant decrease in the volume of domestlo milling, the millers state. They hare asked the government to modlan. street car faros were to be Increased from six cents and two cenWitor a transfer; to seven cents and two cetjts. MANY iMPERIAtS IN OKANAGAN VALLEY PREACHER LEADER OF ( A BAND OP THIEVE6 VIENNA, April 3,-A* ""clfergymaki; Thomas Pfetterkorn, alleged to be the leader of u band of 26 thieves and In-cendiai*les, has been arrested ,with his followersot the town Of Mittersell, I according to the Salzburger Volksblatt. I Pfolferkorn, the papers says, recruit-I ed his followers from among 'person,') ; of some standing In the tdwn, of Mlt; j terscll, including the photographer, the schoolmaster,-the postmaster and the postmistress, ajuL-the letter .carrier. They lire alleged to hkve bur^ 1 glnriaed the Inn and then Bet Are to It and to have practiced, blackmail oh a number of prominent clBzws.. TOLEDO TRAMS TIED UP AGAIN Fourth Time in Four Years- Men Strike For Higher Pay "FAVORITE" COLLECTION OF SWEET PEAS Ten giant flowering varieties, in .'�.eparately named packets, containing 25 seeds each. Black Knight, King Edward VII, Duke of Westminster, Frank Dolby, Gladyo Unwin, Brilliant Blue, Henry Eck-ford, St. George, Helen Pierce, Nora Unwin. Regular 10c a packet. Sjie-clal collections offer- |*a 10 packets for ...... DuC Send for this collection tonight. Ask also for 'Ritchies' 1930 Seed Catalog-le. J:43 JRANVILLE S* NCOUVER.B.C SAN DIEGO, Cal., April 3.-Announcement that the Prince of Wales, who is expected to arrive liere next Wednesday, en route to Australia, will deliver a public address here, was contained In wireless advices rscoived yesterday from the. commander of tha battle cruiser Renown, on which the Prince is proceeding . up the Pacific coast from the Panama canal. The Prince will be met on the Renown here by a comro'ttea including Robert Wood Bliss, representing President Wilson; Gov. William D. Stephens, of California, and Mayor Louis J. Wilde, of Sail Diego. The party will go 'to the dreadnaught New Mexico, flagship of Admiral Hugh Rodman, for luncheon. After a shtfrt sight-seeing trip, the Prince will go to the stadium. The evening program Includes an informal dinner to be giten by Mayor Wiide, and a ball at the Hotel Del Coronado. For Thursday no set program has been arranged. According to the announced plan, the Renown will steam from the harbor late that da}'. ' Mrs M. Tonks, a veteran's widow and a veteran of the great war herself, has been appointed women's superintendent at the provincial government's labor bureau. Announcement of the appointment was made today by Tom Longworth, local agent. Mrs.. Tonks served for two years In France In the Q. M.'A. A. C. WUh the approaching of spring weather, the Ichor bureau Is becoming more rushed with applications for workers. Since March 29, seveuty-two application's for wdrk were received and sixty-four placements' made. At present there are 156 vacancies listed at the bureau, which consist chiefly of farmers, mine machine men, laborers, mine drivers chute loaders and packers. In the women's department four applications for work were received. There are ten vacancies foi- women now listed. AMERICA ARMING AGAINST EUROPE Revolted Against Treaty and That is Only Construction To Put on it TOLEDO, O.. April 3.-This city Is agaia without street oar service for the fourth time in less than four years. Following refusal of the city councn_to ratify an agreement reached between Mayor Schi*eiber and of- KELdwJrArBl.'C.,-'April'S.^-Becaiise of the greatVlnflux of ex-service men to the^, Olcauigan Valley "from the'United Kin gdoiri; Imperial -veterans "of this fruit' centre have ovganlzed a branch Of thfeir association to take care of their comrade's when they arrive hero,'. Arrihgcments have also been madV.Vlth;the'Soldier. Settlement Bbaril ofBclftls'at A'ernon to al-loAV* the Imperial Veterans to place a supoirlspr In the fi'Sld to attefid to the veterans from (Vvev-'seas. The pro-vlncIa:i:governmetttiw,Ill be asked for a gi-ant of $4,000.00 \\o assist the work. NAIL FAMiNE AVERTED PITTSBURG, Aprli: 3.-By Increasing the tiroductlon of nails 15 per cent, steel miils'-iii the Pitfeburg district have ellmlnot^d- f ear ' of a shortage. Building�boonif,in New'York, Chicago, Detroit ,arid a mmiher of "other cities have drawn heavily upon the supply of nails on hand, and builders had begun to tear foi-.:the immediate future of their woik. Pittsburg contractors took up;.the question with the mills and full speed ahead was ordered, with the result that production soon overtook consumption, and authorities now say there Is enoughynalls for all building projects in sight. VARICOSE VEINS ' How To Get Prompt Relief , with VABSORBINE JR." Bathe with hot water once � day^ dry-and ftpplv '^^BSORBmE JR." : Rub in "ABSORBINE JR." tw�br three tiines a; day for the first. two �.week8--7theiili. every niorning-r-and at �TiigKt, put on 'a cloth saturated with a solution composed of one ounce of ."ABSORBINE JR." to a quart of water and leave on over night. ' After the first few apbllcations of I'ABSORBINE JR." you will notire improvement-the throbbing and pain win cease-Hhe veins will not be to txHb to the touch-^nd jthe skin will ' have a moti natural/ .appearance. ContiiiiUe regularly to use ."ABSORBINE JR." tnd y� wUl be fr� of VariooM Veins. $1.25 a bottle-at raOst dniggisti or . sent postpaid by W. 'VOBNO, Inc., Lyinaa Building. Montreal. ^ . ' 41 Apjpear At Yotir Beat-hituitly M you ncslvc  ca!Ixr6rM.uiitxpcci�4 in-,vtUiJon yoa can fetlcaih fidtnf Bf kiwayf;, appnilna t yoiir.bMt. la but a Itw inomti'iUU ircndcM:te>Mtf (kla a wendtfftdly - pvt. spa cnaipltilon-. HOLLAND'S QUEEN AT UTRECHT IGATFESIIVA Will Break 12-Year Record To Help Buy Organ-^Knox Will Compete PLACED 5763 IN JOBS PAS! WEEK For the first time in twelve years Wesley cli^arch will not be represented by its choir In the prov'nclal musical festival. Claude Hughes, choir leader, announced today that the choir ie devoting Its enei'gies to the raising of one thousand dollars for a new organ for the church, and in view of that exi>ense the choir will not take the northern trip. For the past eleven years Wesley LONDON, April 3.-Discussing the American presidential situation and Its possible effect upon the.>relatIou-ship between Great Brtalln and the I United States, the Dally News, nnder ' the caption "AmeHca and Arms," refers to the reaction from war In the United Stat^. ' - "Rightly or wrongly," the newspaper says, "America revolted against the treaty her representatives had helped to draft, and under the Influence of that emotion resolved, not merely to maintain her detachment from Europe, but to arm herself potentially^ against Europe. "Nothing will bring the two hemispheres together more rapidly than a demonstration from this side of the Atlantic of a sincere resolution to disarm. Nothing could be more beneficial to Anglo-American relations than an invitation, extended more than once by Walter Hume Long, speaking officially as first lord of the admiralty, for competition with America, not to increase armaments, but to decrease them." TO ARBITRATE TROUBLE BETWEEN G. T. R. AND MEN OTTAWA, April 3.-Ju�!tice McLen-i nan of Montreal. w^lU head a board of conciliation to 'deal with the dispute between the Grand Trunk Railway and , Its clerks and certain other station i employees conceralng wages and i working conditions. The board, which Queen Wilhelmina of Holland and the Princess Jiillana arriving at'XTtrecht, which they i*eccntly visited in order to lay the foundation stone for the permanent buUdiog o f the Holland's Industries Fair, vhlcli is to'be built there. church has had its choir in the musi-; "ntn i'^^ nv��f,.� cal festiv,il and if it was not for the ^ 1^^�^ Disputes Investiga- organ fund the choir would again be f'I'ri''l��� ^rl^f,.fi^^?"Tj ' entered. However. Mr. Hughes l>e-1 ^^-.^'S"! �f Toronto, nommated oy the : lleves that the organ will prove of greater value to the church than the trip north would lie this year. He expects the musical festival "to be held OTTAWA, April n.-(By Canadian; Pres.s)-A slight d'ecrease in place- \ monts for the week ending March 13,: Lethbrldge next vear and then the as compared with the previous week, j ^^.j,, ^^^^^ .^.^rthy of the sacrl- anU a fairly arge mcrease In the num-1 ^^.^ j,, ^,.eaiti,g the enviable record of ber of casual workers located, are the : jj^^ choir main items in the weekly report from j t^'^ ^^^.^^ j^^,^^ church, under the federal department of labor. The! y,e leadership of E. F. Layton, la omces report having referred 7,0961 .^^^orking hard in preparation for the persons to regular positions and that i mugicnl festival. This choir intends .^.7G3 were placKd, decrease of 136 , 5^^^.^ into the provincial competi-on the preceding week. Ontario had ! jjon in Edmonton on May 24. the largest number of placements, 1 jt ig q,ite likely that a number of i.n.SK, British Columbia coming next i intiivJd,ala will also go to Edmonton, with 1.14S. Manitoba was third with | m past years the average attendance 721. Prince Edward Island, always the lowest, had a round dozen. During the week iJ,82l applications were! registered, of wlioni TS4 were women and 8,420 men. The number of applications in the precoding week was S.4DG. thus showing ;i derreose in the numlier of applicants. Of the ploco-ments in regular employment, 474 were women and 5.232 men. The number of ei-service men placed was 2,G82. from Lethbrldge at the annual musical fcBtival has been in the neighborhood of two hundred. Tin's year a counter attraction is offered to many. That is the proposed trip 10 Great Falls. This might not take away more than a dozen or two who. otherwise, would take in the Edmonton trip. I GREAT FALLS ROTARY DELEGATES HERE TUES. EDMONTON LAND OFFICE HOMESTEAD ENTRlE.Si EDMOXTOX, April 1 .-Homestead eutrie.s at the Edinoiiton l;!iul otfii-f during the fi.scal year ended .Marc'u 31, numl/wed 1.410, with an iiddi-tioiml \,\'ii'> iic-luier grams. The ai;-plicatioiis for patents rficeivfd wero i 2,704, and applications dt.ilt with to- ; If is ciqulic likely th:it the l.ctli-talled L'.'JOiJ. The iifnv lionuv-.lKi-.ds i hriiigo rLfitary Club and the lociil board taken up represent a large iiuiiiIm r i of trade will combine at u luncheon railway, and Fred Bancroft of Toronto, nominated by the employees. Fourfepn hundred employees are affected and all are members of tho Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Em-! ployees. A number of the employees ; are meinber.s of other organizations, � an opportunity being given to the employees to make such repre-sentatlon to the board of conciliation as they , see fit. MONCTON PAINTERS STRIKE MQiNCTON, N.B., April 3.-Organized painters in this city to the number of about thirty have struck for an piglit-hour day and for 60 and 70 cents an hour. 10 Years of Eczema -A Sample Cured Her Are you readinir the weekly Canftdlan letterf, tellitiK etoriei or lufferincr from ikin diieaiea �nd how cure wap effectedf Here it partofa letter from Mrs. Ilanry Ilar-Tey. Black Lake, Que. Write licr if you deiiro. "Ten years of eczema on tlio face. Treated uiiavailinslv by doctori. A r. otU. D. r laniplc alone of II. D. O.cured me, etc' Tlic proof of the puddlnfr ii in the eatlnir. Wli-'n a prcucription for skin di.scasc lW8 lottorj of cure find eiutor�enient from nearly every ?ity and town iti tlie Dominion, ciirely il i� ' rnouRli to convince the most skeptical. Reliff from ilchina formfnt is immediate. of American iniinlgrnnts. There was in addit)(/u a fair percentage of land-seekers from overseas, including British, Frencli, and Scandinavians. Pi-eo.irations are beins made for the receiving of the Itotary delegates from Great Fall.s, here ne.\t Thursday. U is expected that the delegation will......, , ______ - .......^. I'Oiici't ri" tOT� rii- tit-.':.lvr. lvi..n nn,l \vr.,-,i t J"it try file iMlUle of 1>. L). I), toduy On OUT i.nisi.M o. ton 01 twelve men and uoni-1 po,itiv<,. guarantee. |1.00 a bottle. Try D.D D. Soap, too. � m lotion for SKin Disease .1. D. Iliglnbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Leth bridge.-Advertisement, Play Ball We can give vou again this season our worW famous lines of Official League Balls, Bats, Hits and other''Equipmeht" We are ready for the season with several New Lines of Golf Balls and Golf Bags We have an exceptionally good display of Cutlery Stock, Knives and Razors A wide range of Suit Cases, Trunks, Club Bags OUR PRICES ARE THE BEST to be tendered the visiting Rotarians. The pliiee whore the luncheon will lie held ha.-; not b^ien d-.-nnitoly decided un. 306 FIFTH STREET SOUTH 77827?8233 ;