Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

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: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LF.TlinUlDGE DAILY IIEKAUJ. THURSDAY, AUGUSTA, 1919 IRISH M. P. GETS A YEAR IN No Eulogy and no Pall Hearers litler Keivuiins ill Sleepy Hollow 'f About Twelve Hundred Acres] l.ENXOX. Muss., A-Jff. fun- ,r ersl or Andrew was held AI Shadow llrook. his summer homo, In the today. There was eulogy and Liu-re were ro pallbearers, i The service was as s-iuiple as were- the lastes aud Uabils cl iht- man In j 'lite- Fully cue half ol llie CD perams present members of llie house- hold. The oil.urs were iHtiuuues oft Ihe (aerify. The riliul of ihe I'rcsbyterlaii church was used by clergyman, Dr. P. .Mon-ill. of ih Urick Prosbvcerian c-hun-h, Filia avenue. New York. A mlzoj quarter to from his I'hurch sans the three hymns which li.ue bo en of (Le fhUantlirouIst anJ former iron master. Iniermenl will La oiaile this after- I lo be Thrown Open for. Srllleiueiil DUBLIN, Aug. Paul Gjulligan, member of parlfamfint from the'west" division of Civan, who waa court-martialed on a charge.of illegal drilling of troops and iht of mobs against police officers In connection with his activities as a Sinn Fci" lejd- er, has been sentenced to a imprisonment at hard labor. OF the i XlK. TbroiiEh to The lUra'JI Ansust KHKN1K. Aug. j uiLK-li uutl souirt KrUi MOXTKh'U.. Aug. the I the I.aiiJ PeUleiiie.it Hoard. visitors io Cicada who i uudtr llie ty Urilisii test Ibe .Meiugama I'olunibiJ It'Els'Alure, has comraenceJ was iho Marq-jU of Anglesey. Tim operation UIKHI the Laud Settlement marquis said cu Ltudftff that'he- (district which has lioen sei aside for! coice U rauada on purely personal and wliLcli lies] nf fairs and iuiended loariug today iu f along rouiiwcnui ISighivair. be visit his ranches al I tveeu Farcy Creek, aciws (he river -dibvte-lain "A you have sall, jfrum FernltN lo tho rwich, oSfiriJiiJs'hl.ilordsMpI.ik evenly us he ar'd MMPwJ b> Uob e-J iho of Ills baggage, "but I 1 prcTer west, uhict is iho CQIJU- irv rf rrom'se and ihe coiictrr of >traL'1 Wl11 "Droved1 hud thrown r versiiy. at Uwrruoe. KIUMP. accoin- eteajj- climate. 1 hftTe a eon- lo Mltltr? wbo lo- UH i h's 'wife !hwe vory siatrabfe ranch iu H---li Columlil't i of lhe OL lhe i iiutreslmg chlldrcu. ihrongli. when) we growing lots ot applea 'acu liclng BIVCM to reiurn- roulo from LcihbriJge to Gateway. -fd ubu wish tu lici'orucjon :i vacation tolir which has taken Iron Kernic some cuthus- wlio (s out ro seo Ctuly. proicssor of Abuut iv.-olve Inmrfri-d arres of Ibis' cheialait in ihc Kaosus Stale L'ni- J and to .tarn. Today 11. P. i and other fruHs. as well as cattle 'ranchlnff. 1 am going out ther-i to 1 look IE.IO because, by the way things ary guing, there fhould be great future for fruit and cattle grow- ing In British Columbia.' i The marquis leaves a him through Denver. Uirimle, and Lieut. A. K Wnlkor. late of tlie .tirtal and bts return will who has charge of ihe him ihrouKh the western parl Itmiaary work cf csUblistilttg a cami> of (Jiader Part, Yeltowslcne ['ark anil d flowers to throw al nod iu scenerv fand sinrlius clearing Lake dr. 'under tlio direction of the La.nil Pel- Cauy liai ;i> IOT fllf fieiucnt BonrU. ticvouipanied hy Mr. jCiilt Gard'eiis 'i'liere WRS pome kceu couipcliliou in ibe simiiiine gurJcns cumpotition. The ntnuluK was clyso. -Tbo Judges finally uluced lUo wlnuers as follows; Jlyruu) Kiiuball Ural; Coiuplon second aud Chas. Kveson Ihlrvl, In tbd OPB.I display there were rivo vory fine collections. Kxesou tool, first and Mr. of second. L'voson also carried ort (he prlzo of- fered by Iho A. B. McKcnzlo Sc-ed ot llranUou. Thero was soajo sturdy looklug fodder lorn shown, stuniitns about elcvcu [eel fhigb. The vegclabto exhibit was uoll I up to Ihu standard. Tabcr poullry fanciers swept the boards iit that Jopartment. Tlioy took practically uvcryLMng. TUo bird? shown were ot a very superior type. KOice pi UIBIU having carried otf first honors at the tJuelpli show last year. The chief exhibitors wcro McKt-llar. Carr, TufflaiiU and Myers o( Taljer, r.nd Jacobs of Magralh. J. IL Weslurock of ncled as judge. Not Responding (o Bacon Call Judging from tho number of oulrlcs in the .-wino denartmcut tho farmeri of the Haynioiid district are not rc- siioniKug call of Lhe hour, which Is for hacou hogs, ll-is n golden op- portunity, Clarence AUved had ECV- better Bread andJPastry. s'7-'ltlwnyouhavc'K-'.. mo REIN 10 DIM CHICAGO. Aus. Railway oitic- i.ils'iotlar reported continued improve- in the railway shopmen's strike situation in praciically everj- section of ihe country, iviib. the -ejcccplinn o( Boston and Chicago, -where a large majority of the men rclused .'lo re- erection of Ihc camp buildings I lunrked out. j Yesterday laoroinj. 5Ir. D. J. Disby, [a Pernic contractor, took a force or j fourteen carpenters to the place and actual work was started upon ine ercciioa rf sucli as bunk houses, blacksmith 'shop., ware- houses necessary wort.as out ot ihe clearing scheme. Forly Acre Tracts j ELECTORAL AMNESTY LAW land his been diTiuert ii.to; HAVANA. Aug. Cuban scn- Imcla nverafins about forty ".acres j aiu yesterday passed the electoral imusTdo'this-jYou'get your 1 Chadded ('riot sati'sfiecTthat Robin Hood lis'the besl: llo-ur ip CanadaT I In cyeryl bag'oi Robin I lood, I there's a ne cou pon __ ._ '.Ask show you a copy yyfr-', '-1fea Cady !s a lineal descendant ot lhe Pilgrim Fathers who landed on Ihc old rock so Ions1 ago, his elxlh being no Jess celo- j bmtcj pcroOiiase than Miles Slandish, nillilary man of the settlement. was made by l.ong- for llie i fviian-'s story of his counsb-p. and a ten acre plot each tract v.'ill- be cleared of slumps and maJe ready lor cultivation by the alter which they wiH be amnesty law, ivhicJi trees all persons found guiliy or acc-asod tit frauds hi former elections. This -action starts Cuba. a'clean slate for trial o[ by goverair.c: open lor occupalioJi by ihusc- desiroys! !nc doctoral law. CongreES ad- i irt Trnrv ,r ihp cf (afc'nG ot llie very rca.'-1 jourued until neat Nareiaber. turn 10 Tfort nclum- u i the shop. iecs aaj rbcral men m Atlanta. Geargia dtF.nci has lcl tl pan bc sccurej improved He traffic conditions m lhe The soTemment has been, able to; secure lauds at prices which will i enable .them to sell nt a price of, ap: i firoslmaiely, twelyc dollars per to which will have lo be added the; small ol ailmiiiislraliou anil the i cost of clesriug the ten acres on each tract. By tiiia an rLtss. Mr. Allen's sheep show their splendid class, both tho wool and .mut- ton strains. The pen of milking goflts attracted much curiosity and CODV ment. It Is a feature ot [firm lilo that Is (Sisregardcd nnd yet it olfers rich returns. Goat milk is :i most health- ful aud nourishing (ootl. Merlin Slecd's magairiccnl displny oC Shorthorns was. a revelation. Hts bulls, "Ciloiiresler" and "Gladiator" arc perfect types. These two royal BLUE RIBBON TEA. When friends drop in the housewife is never at a loss if she is able'to offer them a steaming, hot cup of delicious Blue Ribbon Tea sure to be way's special nrlco for .-grado ueet. calf raised by boys was won uy Xcal Jiiid L'r'iel Nnldor. Tlibrc was ;i stroug ehovriug ot Jerseys. In tlic [Hire class Xcphl Taylor took first and hi tlio grade. A. (Jraiid first ami S. Kiiuball second. Arthur altl took first for Lho dairy horj. StenarL uf l.clhbridgc and Allen nnd Altred ot Kayinoiid were Hie jirlnripal exhibitors in the liorso dcparlmciil. Tl-.o entries in this section wore below usual. Stewart's stallJon "Gulhrlo" drew sonic .very nlco commciiilatlous from Dr. Stephens. Ho is an eiccllent animal. II. 3. Allen showed n very promising n'ay Knight nnri Meeks Uros. irerc tho exhlbllora in the Sufielk Punch and Belgian breads. The Fine Arts The fine arts, cooking, f lower j mill departmentE well filled. Tlie ladies' work was fuK The Judges In this department were Mrs. Jack Turner and Miss Hal of UngratlL A unique display WHS .1 colloclion of embroidery work done by Pte. Cyril Allrcd. while confined in ;ni Engllili mJlitary hospHal. The work is most udmirahlc. Three clothes ere imported Trom Scotland, brushes of excellent quality find finisti and the strong-bonetl, clean lltubeJ, j were exhibited Wiff o[ lhe beautifully set-up calves shown by Mr. i Mcnnonilo colony. Steed bore the marks of Iho two splen- cafe crjierl skill. tlid fellows. In the Holsteiu classe? J. Salmon and A. took first and second for and Dr. Grcona- O'Hrieu, E. Hurr and Uilner Taylo winners, Tho lads Diaiillestc; The flrins in the dustrlal building were GL H, Organ local liarnr-ss maker and saddle Luild or, MIC Itnymaiiai Mercantile, the Tiie Service Co. of I-ethbriage and Hoy niDiitl. the Phaimacy am c IU'DK antl Green gornio. PARIS. AUE. ppacft con ferenco is nwalling anxiously luc dc cisloj) of Ilrilain as to the with drawn) cf troops from the Caucasus which, 11 is will tumor row. i William Haskcll, U.S.A. high commander in Armenia, lia- telegraphed, the supremo council tha- Arnienin undoubtedly will slarre ant! the people bo eiterniinatoil it tin llntlsli soldiers are not ilelatned then until, others arc sent. Tha supretm In the boys' judging competition some gratifying scoring ivas done. The Jurigo spoke highly of the -work. Quo, Tho brushes indl- council, however. Is unable lo pro vide troops. None of lhe large pow- ers avft iviLUng to send soldiers thcro and consequently no action has beci taken. South. In 'Chicago several hiidred Doiler- matcers employed by ihc Chicago, vankee and St. 1'atil road .voted toi returii to Trork. Officers ot the Chicago" district council of Ihe federated. called the do' stride in de- (lance cf Ihe orders of Elie Internalion- al ott'icLils ol the union received. word Troni directors ot the roflfls declaring (bat not negotiate any settlement with the strikers. Officials settler can 'begin his farming and. clearing, operations under conditions whiclOwill enable him to btcome a of ihe striking shopmen from all sec- tions of the country began to arrive here today for a meeting lo be held tomorrow vrtisn if will he decided what action mil bo tnkcn in conn'ec- (lot, President wase demands. CONSOLIDATED PLATE GLASS CO OF. LIMITED MONTflE U Let us help you solve your merchan- .dising problems. It cari be done with Zouri Metal Store Fronts.- lf-5 9' I I! ii ll' ft Farmers! K...... SIS 173 P35 8 1 f, 13 ,2 21.1 217 1ST OLIVER 2........................ 467b .9 i------................... 163 '10 NCZ3-1! 17 XCM-H XClS-lt 1 160 2......................... 1S1 producer at once. For the BTerage settler who wishes': to.go on land and make a home, for; himself on laggei-ovcr Eorly, aires, wilhout a El.irt hindj would nc a lianrt'.cap, ,snd be that the men return to immedi-I fpctld, 1EanJ" .in I alelr and defer setilemeat of lheir indmaual eHoris to JOT hini-j self 3 farm oat ol lhe bottom land j 1 J along this ralley Triiboul financial A J The process by which these lands j I have bsen acrjinred, is fully set lor.Ti'. [in the Tjnd Settlement Act. Some ol; the land -had been crown granted lo j private it had ueen under lease to saw mill companies for i the timber and some of il had never! Leen dlaDOEed of to private owners. 1 Provisions of Act j The act-.provides the necessary j i.iacliinery for expropriating lands j jwhere it Is deemed necessary to (ill jj 'out settlement Iracts. One of the acl makes II possible, for government to assess any lands it may i requir? for'such pnrposeb at the price! the onirHUng owner may pul upon It, anrt fu addition, ihc power is given tht government (o add a special ivild I laud tax of five per cent, upon any lands so held out of the marXcl al j speculative prices. JL 15 quUe'a dis-; ;ance from Victoria tu New but not so Tar as to preclude tbo pos-1 sibllity of now methods o.r Inducing owners oC a speculatiTC turn ol-nilnd.' kl go of z property which lies idle, lor in price whtch does not carry wilh'it'a corrtsponiilns rise in lb.3 ol lhe EaMe. A Knotty Task "Within a few days the traveller from I-ethbridge. or oilier points in'.Mharta, harassing along (he Great JJigh- way Immediately through this.- tract! ot land and -will sec how Ihc 11, C-j government proposes io apply Us Land Settleraeul scheme. Surveyor I Cummfngs has had a knoUy problem lo oul in dividing the.tract as to give each selller ready access lo the higljwar wilbout encroaching upon j lhe holding oE any other The TviudinK of the Elk River on ono side, Ihc clearing of lhe tract In two parts by the road, and ITic IT- regularity o'. Jhe slope ol .the hills boundlni; tract Ihe west, all leiirltd (o complicate his problem, bill he has succeeded In solving llici prob- lem, though a squint ill hi? tilueprint Ifiives one an impression of h.s molher's crazy quilt, ft vision- of f Svhicli plill Dneers in llie mlncj cl I average grown-up hoy. j Tlir- prellmlnarv work neoossary (o put these trarl of Innd in shpjiD to enable the sfetllcr lo go al once al work, will require llie labor of al' i least sixty men until snow tiles. Urge Trill be put to work at slumping and clearing as sooon ns the carpenters have provided the ncce532ry shelter far them, Two ycnra ago this schenife poo-hooed by opposing Inlercbls but governmcnl Is going along il In a way which Indle-ilea lliat Ihey have full co nf Me nee In its ultimate success. Thsre are other lands, holh lo thft north and lo the south ol ih.s In.tlal j tracl ivhlch can be hrought, under (he of (fie act, wlilcli will doubtless he done as srion aa the first venture lias" proven Ha worth. A Few Factory Facts re Present and Future Retail Prices that Should be of Interest to the Buying Public F' WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF Crescent and Star Plow Shares On-hanil snd will sell Ihcra al Icsa .than wholesale prices. 14-lncl 16-liK'n at anil 12-Incli at (3.00 eacli. cash wilr, order.'aivl iitiy.lha Irrighi on all orders ol rive or'more to jour station, Orders accepted subject to previous sale. PEH BXUH J'12-3 PH-10 CANTON COCKSHUTT- SP22.1 JOSH SI'27 J031I .1012 DBOJ6 1-1020 If, U6 JOS JQH VERITY The Mi River Hardware Co, .F-, J.'COATE8; -1.' INFORMATION are in receipt of, from some of ihe largest and rripst reliable fiasterfi Manufacturers prices that will.'effect.all lines pi merchandise have been stVongly advised to protect ourselves where .possible at buying they pvedic) that present-day prices on clothing, boots' and shoes, cottons and Avoollen goods of all kinds will show an advance of at leasl 25% within'the next few months, due to the heavy demands from European countries on all lines of; merchandise manufactured in Canada and the United Stales. These increased demands on the home markets are fast depleting any surplus stock of raw material on hand, so that prices consequently must advance for some time to come. This means that Suits and Overcoats that we can oifer you now at yott will be asked to pay to more for, according to-quality you select. Shoes we are now selling for and -will be worth from to per pair more within a few months. i Underwear now selling at and pcv suit, will have loxbe sold at the advance prices, and per suit, and the same thing will apply to nearly all other lines we handle. Merchants can not protect you far ahead, re these rapidly advancing prices as ihc manu- facturers today have only a limited quantity of merchandise to offer the retailer so that placing ahead to protect is almost impossible. For reasons given we strongly advise early buying this Fall. Buy not only what you need now, but for future requirements as well. Take our will pay you.. We were fortunate in getting into the markels'carly for fall and winter have secured many lines in clothing and other lines in men's wear at prices that arc much be- today's market will be in a position for a lime at least to offer social price inducements that should attract ypu to this store early. We have recently added many new-lines, in" Fall Clothing, also new furnishing, to our present large stock. Call early and inspect these. We will be in a position to meet you this Fall with a larger and more complete stock thau ever before. We want and will appreciate your patronage, but whether you buy at this or elsewhere, Tiuy Earlyl" J. loi' township. ij itcacl n't brliili.' McKelvie The "2" M's McGuire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta J, ;