Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta vie ' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE f HAT SaN-MLAW iOF PA'S C^driG's Just Bi!|:6nd Pa's^Gortsidcration. By wjellington BOULTON'S TAXI Ctesed and Heated.Car* city and Country Tripi -"'I Office Phone ........... 1200' MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.b. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. mm No indication of the bickeridie, between the city and A. P. police forces was shown this moroing' when b. ^P. Rlchlol, a member of theA. P. P., took Ills placp in the Uock (n the city police court before Supt. Peinnofather for ilia preliminary hearing on a charge of having robbed Angelo Avian of ?123 In- the red light district on the morning of Friday,. December 13, by Jiolding him up, at the point of a i-evolver. The.cage proceeded witlj-out objections being raised on either aide. Avian, the Italian victim of the alleged a88ault,_was in coWtt today looking liono the -worse for the duckltig he claims to have gotten on the morning of the ,13th when he says that Rlchiel forced him at the point of a gun to cross the river. Ho was the first Vitkxess, and was in the box throughout the morning session. Avian's Story , Avian told the. court that he had arrived in IL�thbridge on the morning of the 12th and had gone to the Alexander Hotel, where he took a room for the nleht, paying therefore. In the morning he went over to North Lothbridge, where he spent thiB day with friends. Returning during the evening about 10.30 ho, tried to .get a room at the Leth-bridge 'Hotel, - but oould not do so, and went to the American Roojning house. Secuving his room there, he and there he met Richiel, who asjced hira if he Avould. have a "snort," Avian had a drink, Ihefm went upstairs. On coming dowh Richibl was still there with the "old lady." The lady offered him a drink, and they had one all round. The'n he and R1-' chiel went out together, going to the green house. They entered, and fa, conversation with each other found that both were soldiers, RJchiel being a returned soldier -oil this war, producing his discharge from Cal-gai*y. He told Avian he was a policeman from Edmonton, and after more talk Rlchlel said he was >broke. Avian gave him $5. After some more talk Rlchlel took out his book and' tbok down Avian's name. Shortly after he gave Richiel another i ten dollars. Then they -had some more. drinks, after which Avian -wanted to go home. Richiel and the glrl.i didn't want -^.vlan to go, aud soon Richiel triad io quarrel with him, calling him names. Then Avian went out. He had not gone more than 30 'feet when Richiel followed. They talked up the trail a piece, arid near an old shack Richie! ptilled, a revolver out of hts pocket and said, "Give xne youv money." Avian replied; "If you givo me my life I williglye ^rou my/flioney." Richiel said not to 'talk so' mjiich. Avian banded ovet*'his "-pooketbook. Then Richiel, with' Avian aheiad of htm, went down a cpulee toward.'3 the river. At the edge ol the riveV he FOOD SIIUATION N AN EARLY PEACE on behalf of Canada on tiiose questions are welcome;!, Canadian Supplies AdjUBtmenta iiavB been made, and action taken affecting Canadian i)acon unci lard and packers of offals. In peas, beans, apples and canned goods Canada has become one of the chief sources of supply^and her part in turniahiAg food i,s recognized as hav-j ing been a sound and strong support to her co-operation by means of her army. A Great Political Instrument fb^ , The Forcing of. Reforms in Governments LONDON, Dee. 27. - (Special cable from J. W. Dafoe)-The, food situation in Europe is a matter of much mpment to inter-allied interests because there Is a -close connection Wctween the solution of this'problem and the conclusion of an early and sat-, )l Isfactqry peace.- I J* - Some of the European;countries are known to be in great need. Among the '^^ NOT CONFIRMED PARIS, Dec. 27.-Rumors that the former emperor of Germany iiad been aasaselnated became current in Paris, notably in the chamber of deputies, last eve-nlng^' There is not the - slightest confirmation of the report up to the present. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS y C > If '> SANCTION INCREASE MOUNTIES' PAY OTTAWA, Dec. 27.-Sanction allied and MendW peoples, perhaps ;: ^"*!,!iT^r,*,�^^:i� the Serbian and the C;!echo-Slovaks ^ "icreasmg the pay of the non are in the>.greatest danger of real pri- t| I vation, but all the European neutrals ] ? require food. Of the enemy nations, * Austria appears nearest the brink of T ^^^'.''^'ZT^'C'" ~'Wu^~i i starvation Reports from Germany * "^f"'^f "^^^l^f.^ f, the forcer ? are conflicting and contradictory, biit ^ ^li^V,^n f. J^L?^^^ ^ the known tacts indicate that the home ^ h t � ' produced foods there will'not suffice' Xx seP^'ation alldwance. ? i> ^ ^ 4^^ ft ? con^mlssioned officers and men ? of the North West Mounted .. order comes into effect for un went out, and, taking his pocketbook^ja^e Avian throw off,his coat and ifrom his hip pocket, counted his cash. onto the' ice.. the, ice broke and Heihad 20 ft^ii'dollar tills. He-took jiad gwlm.' He got to the three of the ^ens out of the pocket- otjier side, and loolred around, but book and put them in his. side pocket, RlchlelVas gone.Wliile Richiel had placing the pocketbooH back In his ,j,een behind him he had fired,several hip pocket. In addition;-he had some ghots. While in tlVe water a couple more loose money, amounting to a few dol- yf^r^ fired, one of which struck the lars. in his side pocket. Tl�en he wenSdown to the red light district. He went into one of the. houses. OaleMy Km�d By �*n*tratins Mamlln> mxiM OH A safe and harmless preparatton . to relieve the pains of Rheumatism Sciatica, Laine Back and Lumbago is /liamlinV V/izard Oil. It oenetrates f (quickly, drive,s'out soreness, and Imibers up stiff aching joints and muscles. .. , You will iind alniost/]aily uses for it in cases bjt sudden' mishaps or accidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings, just as tellable, too,'for'earache, toothacUCi croup and colic. � , Get it frdin druggists for 30 cents, not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? - Inst try,Wizard Liver Whips, jpleaaant little pink pills, 30 cents. Guaranteed.. water quite clbse. Reaching the other side of the fiver he went to a house where he saw a Email light. An old man was there and told him to get warm. Avian told the old man that he had been held up and robbed of his money. In the morning other men came,, and they told Avian they would telephone to "the., city police. Later Avian got a coat and cap from one of the men and came up, town to the city police office where he told his story. He told the police he thought the man's nanie was Richie, who had told ,hini^ he was stocplng at Room 42, Lethbridgo Hotel.: Later he went down to the r^d light district and found his passport, which he had lost, when lie was getting his monej'^'to igive to Richiel. >He called -^at  the green house and'^yiis told the man who had been wilH-him the previous night had stayed there (all night. . Stic^ca to His Story CvosB-examlned by;- A. B. !Popple, of B3m6ntou, for tlie^ defence. Avian stuck rigidly to liis story. Attempts were made to show that he had spent all his Voixey otherwise,, but Avian held that he had at. least $130 in ills purse when Richiel took it away from him. He said he left the green house at 2 o'clock in the morning. , Blanche LaBelle on being called' gave evidence. She identified ' both the men, having .seen them together. She let them out otjtbe green house at 2 in the morning. I^ichlel came back an hour afterwards and said he had seen Ihe Italian home. I Obldie Brown ;-aaid she ,wa with Richiel the rest Of.the higlit after he returned. She-went .through Ills pockets but found' no revolver. The case was then adjouj-ned for lunch. If Cfoaa, Feverish, Siek, Bilious, Give ' Fruit Ui}xative at � .�   Once. � ^ wry mother roaliees, after giving )M* children "California Syrup of Wigk." tktii thlsVjs their Ideal Uxatlye, heoaiise they Idve Its pleasant taste tUkA It thoroughly cleuiBes the tender little Btomachi liver and bowels .without griping. . " .* When cross, Irritable, feverish or beyond April. The United States, Canada, Australia and Argentina are the countries which have considerable exportable supplies and the partial liberation of-shipping will permit these supplies to be bronghf to Europe In sufflcient tmantitles to enable all actual needs to be met it an efficient system of distribution is .adopted. , . �> The conditions under which, food can. be obtained and distributed becomes a, political instrument of the first Imp'ortance. They may be used in bringing about stable'reforms of government and plans are-in process of elaborBtion lor'the purpose of dealing with the whole situation effectively and promptly. In these matters the premi�Wpf Canada and the j metnbers of the Gariadian peace colii-ferehce mission are taking their parts. Moreover, in carrying out the program of the inter-allied food Council for the .supplying of food, to, allied countries, which continue to h^Ve the firstclaim on the^expoi;tabl6 surpluses,, many matters of importance to Canada have come up iiind the representations made .> .> >,> Z2 1 These MUST Go Kheumatiiai .1 LumlMifo '^^^ Sciatii:. / Che�t Coldi ' Bronchitis Neurith Neiualgia Backache Grippe Wke� 'Tkcrae|c�e is Applied! Thermafene wiaratM hMt, and cure* by direct astIn through POTM and b-loo'd'- Digests Meal When Stoma'eh Won't Eai .wltiioui Jeat of indigestion', gas pi' acidify, dysiiepsia or ariystoinaeli distress,> kill, ions kiio\v the niagJc ofi tPape's Diapepsin for dyspepsia,! findigestion and stomach trouble. Wlien }'pur ineal..don't 'digcs?,, but turns into gases^nd acids ojj Says like .a .lump of lead, you can ,5iave ins'Hti^-elief, (Don'f stay a'dyspeptic! In the Matter of the Estate of George Kuciyk, late of the Village of Diamond City, In tlie Province of Alberta, Miner, Deceased. NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEX ' that all persons having claims upon the estate 'of the above naniedX George Knczyk Avlio died on the 13th' day .of Novemboi", 191S, are reuulrcd to Clo with The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, by thejllh day of February, 1919, a full statement dul}-' verified of their claims and of any security held by them, and after that date the Administrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of-which notice has been so filed or of wiiioh liavo been brought to its knowledge. Dated this 16th day of December, A. D., 191S. MESSRS. OSTL.UND & HENDRY Lethtarldge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Administrator. Approved: (Sgd.) J. A. Jacivson, J. D. C. ! � G-1 COLLECTIONS Have you any Blow or doubtful �ccouuts? ' If so, you nfted us. liake us your collection department. Wc aro professional money getters, we make a bus-ine.s.s of getting money-your money-for you. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block, Lethbridga \ Phone 1616 Phone 1930 ' 317 13th St. N. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER : STOBAGB COAU, Cb.Di Canada Food Board LIcente No.' 9-11108 287-0; (Upset stomachs feel fine | (Costs so little afidriig stored UPSET*? 0im We Offer for Prompt Shipment delivered Prices on Request. in some one case it may not seem to matter to you who flets your-money. If. you get the hay you want, but In the long run it will pay you to see that the greateat possible part of It goes to the man,who grows .the hay. If you want to see that he gets it all you can do so by buying direct from the' growers through their own sales office. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED ' ' Leihbrldge, Alberta Sam Sidles, Inspector, Warehouse ^at Coaldale. will PI LethbrJdgft experienced this i year one of the" mlldest,ChrlBtmaB daya for . 'wnen crosB,, irrnauio, luYeimu . ur> :----------- braatU la. had, stomach Bour, look at manV ye��. Durii^g the day; the ther-: the ^bngue, Mother! U coated H.mir i,fltw��>i as arid 40. sev-teaapbonfin of this harmleBs u uu_______----- laxative," and in a few hours all the tur� recorded at Vancouvef, and wlm-foul, constipated waste, sour bile and .�f any other�place In the .west,' undigested food pasget out of the ^ava Battleford, where the tempera-bowels, and you have a well, plsy^?ul tui-e was about the same> Last year t>hlW again. Wfaen Ita little system Is on Christmaa Day the. tliermbmeter tuU ot cold, throat sore, has stomach- registered somewhere about 20 below ��he, dlanrfaoea, iDdigeBtloa, colic-^re-^ero, and ft has been generally. cold member, a good "ioside (ileanslng" on Chrlatmaa da;ir for the past aevernl Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. FOR Castings an^ Machine Work REPAIRS OF Al-L KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.' MAKERS OF ROLL AND PL^TE GRINDERs' LAND PACKERS AND DEEP WELL PUMPS LAND FOR SALE 'Wlien Heplvinr MenHcn The ller�ia> LANiri^"bR''s'ATB^^ Wild laud, 2 I>2 miles from Taber. 330 acres choice wild land 7 miles 'from Taber. 480 acres choice wild land, 2 miles Wilson. 240 acres choice higii-ly-fmproved irrigated, G miles N. E. Lethbridge. SO acres choice . highly improved, irrigated, 5 miles N. E. Ot Lethbridge. Prices and terras reasonable. 'Wm. Ingram, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. Phone' 1245, evenings 480. 10-S FOR SALE-320 acres east of Barons, improved, "Sfl acres winter range, 140 &crei3 ready-for crop; snap for quick sale. 450 acres at Coaldale, irrigated, with.buildings on, 200 ready for crop; price $75.00 per acre, easy terms, ieo acres irrigated, all plowed ready tor crop, .$66.00 per acre, easy terms, JVIoney to loan oh improved farms. Ti M. Huff, Boom 10, Alberta Block;. 1^-12 STOCK farm-320 acres I'So' milei* ndrtli east Calgary, 0' miles :from town, telephone in the house, .1 mile fi'om school and church; 200 acres cultivated. CJood soil, Ktmnirig creek.'All fenced. 4;roomed house. Stables. Granaries. 8-toot board C'prral, 4x7 rods. Price only $25.00 per 'acre with $2,000:� M&ElliOtt Sheet Metal Woikt 'Winter will aoou h� hers aatt bring with It the cold weathar. Have your turnacea overbaaV ed by us. ISxpert work. . I-Ibt s^it furnace work a apa-Cialiy. ' ^ Phone 1713 330 Sixth SfaB. Lethbrldat; AKa. CANADA FOOD BOAR? LICENdE^NUMBEf^ zUfta memner, a goou iiuma uibuudiub aui,,,ffh thprr. has not alwavs ,ho�W always be the first treatment ^e^'.^al^hou^^h^ there ^has^^^^^^ not brought any alteration in tha weather and this indications at presT given, 'MllUono of mothers keep "Cai-ifornJa Syrup of Plga" handy; th�y know a teaspoonful today saves a alck child tomorrow. Ask your druggist tor a: bottle of "CaUfornia Syrup of Figs," which'has directions for babies, chlld-re^f �^1 ages and grown-upa'printed ^-*Mia bottle. Beware of ^counterfeits eiit are that theie will be-no change-in temperature. � �� '" "* H'ON'OR'WlLSOIvi- ^'^'�' CARLISLE, Bhglahd, Dec. 27.-The _______________....._ city council of Carlisle this morning �old'Tere7Bo'dOT''t1Je fooled. Get'tiie.'vgted the freedom'of the clt'y .to *en�iJne, ,^^ade by "California Pig, PresidentAVUson, who will pay a visit j SiTfUP CpaipJiny."-Advertlsomeut, ,. (here Sunday morning. THE FEED FOR MQREMIWC Order Your WInter'Supply Now,. Write Ua for f r(eaa. F. O.^ HYDE & CO., Cor; 2wd Av�- and v12^h �t. f>|,,^ETHBpiDGE. CUiSIARO ^: ^ niicHOR Aitctior Donaldson ^p�0|!ED SAILINGS Frism Pprtlafid, Me.- Jan. 11 ..-.commonavealth ...:,............... Bristol From New York- Dac. yj .i.6Rt)UKA�.. LirerpoDi Jan. 1 .;.walm,br;^casti.e ./......1.. ----.. Dlverpoo] Jan, 1 .....ORIANA;.... Glasgow Jan. 4 ....SAXONIA.... Liverpool Jlln. 4 ...OABMANIA... L'lverpool Jan. 8 .ftlAURBTANIA. Liverp'&ol Fi-om Boston-Jam 4 .....DELTA.'. Liverpool Purchase prepaid tickets now for relatives and frleeds , to ensure prompt sailing. I UNEXCELLED SERVICE >' For all -inforraation apply'to any of ouK/:Agents,''or to Company's Office, SCOTT BLK.r270 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. Take notice .that the Tax Enforcement Return ot the Municipal. District of PlOAvery Plains, No. 33, was' confirmed at Medicine'Hat thp IGth day of January, 1918. . The Court of CoDfirmatipn in respect to the above was held at Etzi-kom on the 15th and 16th days of October, 1917, and at Pakowki on the 17th day of October, 1917. And further, tliat ftwing to the epi demic of in'flueiiza, the date for ab solute forfeiture on the lands listed below has been extended from the 16th day of January,'1919, to the 16th day of February, 1910. � . - And unless said lands, as are named herein ar6 redeemed on or before the Itith day of Febvuary, 1919, the same will become absolutely forfeited'for the non-payment of'taxes, \ Dated at Etzikom this 21st day of December, A.D., 1918. ROBERT GARDNER, . Secretary-treasure!,", ' Municipal District of Flowery Plains, No. Z'i'. Lists of Lands Forfeited Southwest >^-section 6, Township 4, Range 9, west of 4tU-M. Southeast M-section 4, Township'5, Range 7, west of '4th M. Southwest %,-sectiQa 27, Township 5, Range 7, west of 4th Jl. . ' Northwest section S3, Township u, Range 7, west of 4th M. :;North*iast -section!5, Township fl,;Rahge.'7,"w6fet of ith jr. , ' . Southeast M-section '28, .fEownshlp-�, Range 7, west of 4th M. . Northwest ^-section 83, Township G, 'Range 7, 'westpa.'W.'.' � Southeast. U-section 7, ^ Township 4, Range 9, west of..4th; m. , Lot 3 in Block 2, hamlet'of-Pakowki, Plan ,No. 7223BI. - , ' Lot 7,in Bloclt 2;4-section sfo,- Township 4, Rang^ 9, west of 4th M. . , Northeast , -section 23, Township .6, Range 9, -Nvest^of 4th .H. ' Northwest 'A-sectlon 23, Township G, "Range 9.-wefet of 4tU M.  Southeast ^-section 24, To-tt-nsbip G, Range 9, west of 4th JI. . Southeast 14-seclion 3, Township 4, Range 8, west of 4th M. � Northeast 14-section C, Township 4, Range iS, west of 4th M. Southwest j^-section 18, Township 4, Range 8, west of 4th' M. , Southwest ^i-section 13, Township G, Range 8, west of "4th m. Northeast '/i-seption 15, Township 6, Range 8, west o^4tU Al, Ad P DRAYING Of All Kind* WesternTranisfcrCo; Limited HU^r*, P. R. FreigM �9M�i; ^ PHONBB w�a ........... taWw .......... IBM / HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE. TRANSFER CITY AND COUN.TRY TRIPS Office Phone ' 1549 RtS, .783 297-26 TRYMWTJ. ' � . - ' ROOSAANDSON ] BAGGAGE TRANSFER AND LIGHT DRAYtNG PHnNF 1 Afi4 ReildoDce ,922 rnvnt, lOO^ 2,d^verFURS Highest Pricoa PMldf CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL ^ COMPANY 220 2iid.Ave. 8. 8�4-� i 1^ DQHT yy^ fxc^ the: WHEN YOU HAVF A JOB TD orrER 1^ i Please ngtifx . . Secry lYrtfwuu' qdi 67?4 954? ;