Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

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: 16

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, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'TlltmSDAY, DKCKMUKU I, 1015 mi'. U'Ti PAGE NINE NOT A CAR OF YE1BY CANADA Drastic Acts in Use of Available Supply May Be Ordered Shortly course ot a very short lima drasLIc] _________ covering tlic use ol coal for noil-essential purposes mar jiut Into effect. TiiU will lx done lu order lo cooione eT.rj pwilble wranj lor Ihe of essential pub- lic utilities mad Industries. OKIdala Elated this moruloK tLal Ibex bad been advised thai ihc llrsl of tlic emergency supply had tiQeo ordered shipped. The coke situation Is very It was said Only 150 tars ol coko haa been released Lo Canada since the embargo was vlacej In el- (ect and ill ttlorti to secure more Have been unavailing. Unless greater supplies are released within the ini- uieuiato future It >3 feared that Ta per cent, of Ihc Industries In'Canada us- ing coke will he (oread to cesse oper- OTTAWA, Hoc. am mloir.v.l ullons. .lint sonic of the emergency toil suth Many Appeili for Coal Vly allolttd lo Canada Is at I OTTAWA, Dec. (or coal the present time, but. or couisu, I cau supplies are reaching the fuel scctiua 1101 say definitely liovv long thai morc- .uicut will said Fuel Con- iroilcr C, A. Ihla tuurnlug, of the Canadian trade commission in groat numbers, Lut EO far It bae been possible to give relict only to ,wlicn asked about iho statement Oi; gcncy casea. from In form a lion which ,llic Canadian railway war board reached here, it Is utiderstOLKi lals'to the cffccl that not a car Toronto waterworks have been received lonly about 48 Lours' supply of coal Officials ot the fuel section of Iho Canadian trade .commission slated That there was no change In tho sltua- Uoii, though they aro Jn constant touch Washington Jn an endeavor to hnvo more coal released to Canadian ustrs. The effect ot the embargo on Ihc bunkering ot Canadian-owned fiblps Is also being t alien up with the fuel adminlatrailon there. JL Is estimated tbut unless (here Is R decided change for the better In tho on hand, and every effort. Is being maiio lo secure fuel before the water supply ot lhat city Is affected. PIGS NOT COMPLAINING (Farm and Home.) Visitor: "My good man. you keep your piss to near the Cottager: Just, what tho doctor said, mum. But I don't see how it's going to hurt Suits that suit Whether you fancy belts and pleats patch pockets or slash form fitting coals or loose, easy extreme styles or very conser- vative will find them all here, and at their best. McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE SECURITY A Savings Bank Account not only provides an assurance for the- present, but guarantees you security in the future. To save is to THE CANADIAN BANK OF PAltMJP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 'VUTHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Brymner, Manager. RESPONSIBLE FOR VICTORY LOAN PUBLICITY MR. W. J. TAYLOR, President of tlie Canadian Press Association, and chairman of the Dominion Press News and Feature Committee, which had charge of the preparation and distribution preparatio of all Vistory Loan Publicity mat- tor to Ihs newspapers and maga- zines in Canada, MR. W. NELSON WILKINSON, Editor of ths National Press News and Featuie Service, which com- piled and distributed lo every newspaper and ir.itguzine in Can- ada all publicity matter in connec- tion with the Victory Loan 1919. said, "In every rsso tliere was gc ine trouble with one only. Ilalher I ha 11 wenr ijlnte-nez, fitted wllh ona plain for. the good eye, they the Iea3t IKS ID PRESS Says Germany Wants Scap.i Flow Mailer Jtcferred To The Hague PA HIS. DCP. 3.--When the German I'lcnipoiemiary was shown Iho state-! ineiu given out Ihls morning lhat on .Monday he had Informed Paul Dutas-" ,lu- scr-.rntary o[ ihe conference. I mat GcTinany bad decided not lo lu protocol, Haron von .said i "I have full powers to sign tlie protocol and am ready to oign it at! any moment whun ilie question od Scapa Flow is eliminau'd and refer- red to ThD HEIJUP, and when there is ilso eliminated the paragraph reini- ng to ihe evacuation of Lithuania, which we consider already and finally, the paragraph which would permit Ihe invasion our j country by armed forces in times ol', pc-ace on any trivial nrctcit." j Daron von Lersner pointed out Hint' this was the first lime he had rfl-1 ccived a newspaper correspondent, liorc. He said hn was consenting to talk on tLls Instance because he! LONDON'. Dec. break In Araerkiiii eicliacge to while con Isidered serious from a trade view- point. Is due io iho same condltloni yreTlously huga in- It'LU'dness of Great Dritaiu lo Ql9 Statea and the large atnoun of cotton sllll to como from that coun- try. No olTicial action his been taken i to meet Ihe situation, and in marke clr-.'Tca toe opinion ig eiprcssed the, 'the rate will go still lower. Today'g decline unsettled continental market which moved agalost this cconUy. ONE MISSING IN DOCK FIRE BALTIMORE. Mr, Dec. Trr wharves of the Canton Lumber com- pany, at Canton, a suburb, the steamer Governor McLean and five otheri tvcre destroyed by fire and four steam SERGT. WRIGHT AND BRIDE Toronto .-oldier brines bad: Cauad- ers slightly damaged early ioday. On ian bride three ant] a half years' man Is missing and a score ot other scrvleo in Franco. hid a narrow escape. Socinl Worker and Athlete Ilc- publicau Nominee From Black Belt NEW L. Smiih was pMgDatcd as the nominee of Re- bllcau party for member o' tbe senibly ol liia llilh DlslncL of New City. She defeated a iicgro who a her opponent. Miss Smith ru- es In the Harlem ulack boll, and u portion of her constituents aro grocs. She la fi social worker, au ilctc, and still lu her curly entlea. 'To rote 13 a serious duly. nnil a eat she "and ery city should sludy political and cial problems." 1 prelerencc in the matter of. crii-, oyraent; equal pay for actual ivork gardless of sex or color; Oovcrn- cnt control of (ie cost of living, d tho curbing of profiteers In every eld. and liberty, but not license, ol eech nnd presg. Slio Is a teacher hygiene, and ysical training at the Horace ann School, anil received her dc- ce at Teachers' College in. the me subjects. During her student iya she was President of the aLh- llc association, captain at ilia brks- etball Leajn, an expert sivimraer Oiid ,ncer and a star hockey player. Tho daughter ol Dr, J. Gart'.nor nlth, President of lhc> Harlem War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank win cash atl War Loan coupons or interest checjues.when due, on presentation, without making. whatever for the service. If you have not a Savings Account, why not use your interest money to open one with M This BANK OF CANADA EtUblteUd 1904, LETHBRIDGE.DRANCII, R. J. DINNING, M 'Bnruliej EUioni nntl Government Hay The Alberta Uovermner.C will liave a qiianlllr of Mnnlfoba hay to sliiji Lo honsfltlc farinQr.i In SouLhcin Allrtrta, This hay RhouM bo ready K) ship in ihLI toiirsc of two wccXa. H will cotl between and 520.00 per Farmers r.vishlng lo order IhLa jb 17.111 R. cloposll of 32.VOO r-fT cp.r, together wllh n proper irnngporU- linn to iho Goiornmenl, Kdmonlon. Alxo (linj-c IB ctlll Ihlrty rars of Ontario hay lo nrriVft In I.ethbrTiIgc, any