Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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: 14

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) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta CPAC.F TEN THE liETHBRnXr'E HKSALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1920 Meantime British Meat Supply Fast Getting Out of Hands of Britishers MONTHEAU Dec. Canadian returned from a Ylslt to, England, Duncan A. Campbell of this city, one of the best known Canadian I cattle men, Is I'ack with the Impres- sion-Anal the. cattle embargo against Canada Is likely (o remain In force until such time as the people in the United Kingdom realize that it !s one ot tfie. contributing factors to the high prices of meat "I'd he Is of the op- inion thct an awakening Is due shortly in.this matter. "The English land owner does not want Canadian .cattle to enter Great Britain on any conditions said Mr. Campbell, and he added that the policy ot the politicians, capitalists owners in England was fast leading to ihe meat supply gelling out of the hands of nrltisbers and into thosQ o( alien, countries, such as the United Slates and Argentine packing houses. Meat'Trade Grows Mr. Campbell printed out that be- tween and had ot ported to the United States over one and a half million cattle and during the same period, Canadian pressed beef exports rose from cue and a half mil- lion pounds to pounds. In other words, Canada is increasing her livestock business In the same ratio as she has done la the past with the wheat and grain trade. When the em- bargo was imposed on cattle importa- tions by Grent Britain, the livestock business dropped and it was only when Canada cultivated tbe United States market that It picked up. But this market might easily suffer In tbe event o( a new tariff being adopted in case Ihe Canadiau'livestock in- dustry would be paralyzed. Campbeil concluded that it would be useless for Canada to ask Britain for any favors, but that.any action which is to be taken now should be In tbe direction of pressure so as to hate ths-cattle embargo re- moved.- WAR MINISTER OF ARMENIA JOINS THE BOLSHEVIK CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. Reports reaching this city declare' the of.Armenia has proclaimed military; dictator ship over that country. He Is tald to have joined Bolshevik troops at Baku anil to be advancing'toward Erlvah, .where a soviet govern- ment was proclaimed on Decem- ber 3. When Ernile P.enzel, a bachelor of 63, ran for .State Senatorshlp of the Poplcr Qluffs district !n Missouri, he secured the women's rote by promis- ing, if elected, to immediately marry. He arid bis constituents consider this pledge must bo fulfilled. FORTY PER CENT. INCREASE IN NEWSPRINT PRICES FOR WINNIPEG WINNIPEG. IX prices for the Winnipeg newspapers (or the first six months ot 1921 have been announced tiy the paper com- pany which supplies this market The price quoted is 7 cents a pound, or a ton. This U an increase of per ton, or 40 per cent, over the price paid (or newsiirlut during the last six months ot 1320. It la an Increase of 15 per cent, over corresponding price for the six months of The increase of MO.OO a ton sow announced U alone greater thsa the total price paid by the Free Press (or newsprint as recently as May. 1918. The price f.o.b. the mill, and to it the freight rate must be added. The freight uoir paid by the Free Press from 1U source of supply, is J19.W, as against paid (our years This will mate a total cost laid down, of as against J16.40 In 1916, an increase of. oter per cent. ALBERTA STOCK.DOES (Lass 12lh, tie former owned by 0' AT> rmpi'ms Neil) of Deo.1eld and the lat- WfiLiL, Al fcUhLPH jer; Ihe'property of U.'O. Clifford a: Oihawa. "The entire showing ol the Hera- ford classes is aa goad as I have over GUELPH, stallions and Jlerelord cows shared the honors la the Judging ring at a show was the winter fair the quality In comment of the Judge, John Wilson ot Chinese' Parents Drown Chil- dren Rather Than See Them Starve 'VANCOUVER. Dec. the five Stop That Cough Now Start right now to take and get rid o! tlie annoying throat the restless sleep 'and the head. with COD LIVER OIL COMPOUND, stops the cough because it heals the throat and bronchial tubeVand drives the but of the system. Agreeable to; Excellent Keep a botdehandyy CaiikJk Lirmted. IN ABSOLUTE COMFORT Oils Chrlsfanai with the ol d folks at home 2 Trains 2 Daily Tickets Mid during December a llmrt cf SIXTY DAYS and iniy at dettl- nstlon on payment UJ the city of London upon, the-tcnnin- atlon lour'of ihe empire, the Prince of Wales said: "The British people never were more firmly.united in devotion to the empire and Its head, the king, than they are today. It has been no merit of mine, but merely my good fortune to enable that devotion-onco more to show Its strength! But Lvalue none the less the generous congratulations offered me today on such small ser- try Tiiiilae, which I heard had bene' Htte'd "Winnipeg- people. "The reiisHs from the .very first bottle was a surprise, to :me, for I began -to improve right nway, and by the time I had taken the second bottle I was like a new woman. "My health has- completely restored, I eat heartily and have no more trouble with indigestion. I am bothered wllh.-headaches that used to-make llfo- miserable, arid I'-slcop liks a child all'night. "Froni the bottom of my heart I am grateful that such a medicine as Taniac exists., Jv'obody, I don't care how run down they may be, should glva up hope .until they -have tried Taniac. ,'.'l don't bellevei anybody could, feel- ahy'..wbfs.e than I did, and If Taniac health and strength Milbum's Laxa-LIver Pills are 25c. a vial, at all dealers or mailed'direct T'cea as my tour llaa rendered to that on receipt of price by The T.-Milburn comradeship of which Co., Limited, Toronto, Had Bad Cough For Three Years The constant hacking, racking, per- sistent cough that sticks to you in nplto of everything you have done to get rid of It, is the kind that Is dangerous. Tbe longer the cough sticks, -the more serious menace It becomes to your health. There'is no remedy that will relieve that -won't let go-- like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. K has n healing and southing aclioh on the air passages, mid at tKo tame time nets as a illslnieetan1, ot the respiratory organs, destroying ihs germs that produce serious lung com- plications. Mrs. John Jlfllor, Minburn, AHa 1 had a very bad cough three years. 1 went to several [doctors and trtod 'different" cough medicines, but nothing to help mo. One day a friend lolrt me about Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup, arnf using several bottle.'! I be- completely rcltdvinl. I always keep a hottlo In tho liouso, and rci-ommMid It to others. 'Dr. Wood's Norway ,Plti6 Syrup tinen universally used for over 30 years, and EO eroat -has been Us Fiirccss, It is only natural that a creat many Imitations liave been placed on'the market- The genuine Is put up In u yellow wrapper; 3 pine trees llio trsde mark; price 35p. and 60c, a botllo; manufactured only .by The T. Mllbura Co, Limited, Toronto, this great city Is the haart." OANNEFAX STAGES COMESACK CHICAOO, Dec. Cannefax of. New York, staged a remarkable comeback last night in his first ap- pearance in ttio final round'of play for ihe national three cushion billiard championship. Tho present .title- holder defeated Augie KJokchclfer ol Chicago, 75 to SS in 02 Innings after the Chicago man had led through most 6-f the game. Sinn Feiner Arrested Sinn Fefn M.P. for Ixmdonderry, who been arrest- ed wllh other Sinn Fein leaders, In ;