Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

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: 12

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) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGK SIX inn umtttauxiE UAILV, IUUVALU WEDNESDAY. FKBUIUHY "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us FRiEND DINT-f i 5 ON THE PHONE- lory. And to give tlio Ho to ttio state, incut Uuuilo all gcoti futtli) that only tlie> handsome were permitted to assist at the amiteul theatricals, the club actually asked u> to part'. would have, though! U of them? While on the subject of the O.O. It may well lo refute the. calumni- ous assertion ot some, town, who suggested that the Initials o! the club stand (or "Tom Cook's OIJ Cats." Having attended rcliMrsal of (he ploys lo bo viresenttM neit mouth, anj having there- met sereral of the members of the club, vro are in osition to-usaert thtit such SUE- gcallon iB slanderous and ill tlio ciircme. IXiually slautltroui the suggested meaning "Ten Canned Old while "The Coy Canaries" !s simply out of the qim- lion. Indeed. Mr. Editor (should wu o said "Brother for the benefit of tfie traduffers of ex- cellent organization we feel it is our duty lo state that the most fiied locally to meet 35. Recovery of Taxes local thd railway was not seeking any fin- ancial guarantee anj tho government would no mora'fcc under obligations in this application than In the scores ot otber requests for incorporation other lines. Tho inquiry of tho char- ter promotion scheme had been in evi-. deuce under Ihe former federal policy. J If people wanted to build a railway j they should be given the chance. Re- sides the legislature exacted assur- ances Irom the applicants which would raako them reappear IE the terms ol construe I ion not carried out within two years. Geo. Uoadley clalmei the govern- ment .could not avoid responsibility if they granted certain powers to a cor- poration and thesu powers were abus- ed to Ihe detriment of a of people of the province. Settlers would bo gravely disappointed if tho rail- way were not conslrucled. Premier Stewart explained that ha something of the territory, pro- Young People Served With freshmenfs by Ladies After Services (From Our Otfa BAHOXS. Feb. C, W. Han- pay roll from her Industries Js mounting up to very respectable dimensions. From sen lias secured th6 Ford agency for- ]UT coaj mines tho pay roll Is approil- tWs district and KUBCle to hayo sanv inalejy jn.wo.OOO a vear; from her pies nt cars, trucks and Iraclara ou display very shortly. U is Mr. Han- i "Hways, end from her intention to build a Garage, back ol Ms oil station: garaso 1ms been cDl.1 anil Uicre One oilier important amendment M chanlcs. and arcrnow fn fourth place. maceutfca, permitting th .the The stanamg of the .four !eadiU5v 0[ sludcat dr'us derts ing decided tfeat these four cities would City Bearcats came along IJJie a house ionn the circuit for this year. i afire by taking three from the Me- The. is'to open on 2 sd close on Lafbor Day ?o far as present schedule ,decided, i teams today fotidfs: The. only: fly in Ihe ointment now is the iack of a baseball field-at Regina, and it is believed that the city council irill secure proper baseball dia- mond, probablr the exhibition grounds. "It is irptto'the cfty council, Winnipej, Saskatoon. Heg.na and The Dominions Trere practically eli- Moose Jaw are goins to have .profes- minated froin the poeiiMUty of win- sional .ball this coming EunnnElr wnn mite the championship at the Just these "Bit's Foot'' in'.the league Domfcfon alleys last ufchl when they (or this year. These four cities are went down three in a row to the a: proposed.. Western Clerks, the Clerks going into first he baseball men who place'and the Dominions dropping last.week bar- back to second. In the meantime the firoposei by .Mr. Markay provided for on the understanding that a former posed lo be traversed by the railway the new proprietor is now 'in and tha extent of the People had gone into this region some- what remote from existing railways all municipal taies will be hereatter stock in the company. Under these ed with Mr. J. Donovan, B.U, as chair payable to-OM source and that alt circumstances it would not be wise man. notices, whether schooV local refuse a charter to a company trovement, supplementary revenue, j which proposed to build a line, comparison with other years In that until (Jio organization of the work- "'The marted ball on Fridny night! competition boarxl no figures was u hufje success and was attended we.M( compilcfl by an uniiEiia.iy large crowd. 1 R is interesting to note in this con- In connection willfuic Thrift however, tlial Ontario's pay movenrcat a committee ?s being fonn- rol! in m' Clerka' Dominions Bearcat 13 'H 3 10 Pet. .72-' .610 .600 the harm would be done it tho terms ol Mt'by fte ;mMicipa, bill were not carried out anj it ary. Another, amendraenl to eilsting i beyond question that these set- acts was that respecting the phir-! tlera reeded a railway. While he ......ejasreeJ there should be caution exer- In grantiQE.Caartftrs, he pointed out that the company would have lo come back to the legislature in re- spect to the fulfillment of their assur- ance. Moreover, the question of ligh' railway lines.in the'.province might become of .very great Importance ID Idujy qualifled hoEpltaU. .Still another introduced Mscfeay was an act to validate ttre levied in certain muntcIpiliUes in 1913, ivhich were late In the o[ rolls. their InridOTtaJly jkc'dtirks smashed Iho, Hon. J. It. Boyl'e, "ittornjey general. introiucej three one of these which provides for the consolidation Ihe future. Questions and An innovation in church work introduced at'the Barons church on ing everything except (arming, and for British Columbia for tlis samo year, Considering tlmt A.berta not claim to bo an In- jirovlncc, the cdraptrlson is In reply to Mr. Kiring, the. Premier j a'correspondsint, like a Kins or an Em- Mr. Rcflsfe, of Kegiria, in an fn-j yias for the league by terriffw siren, on Ms return. "We j going over.the TOO mark. The previ- oafs pracUcallr higfa mark, was in the neighbor- o[ statutes of Alberta, being received 'stated that the provincial government! peror, eVllk-d to use the "plural pro- RKina. tascball men are await- of Snover.ftiib. 167 was high wiUl from the opposition had no definite information from Ot- noun wh'ehreferring to Well. fac the action. .-We must have; total, and Green with M vras high benches. Another important act ts tawa respecting the proposed hous- i then, we bave got In wrong wilh a 9ropir JM4 (or these tames, and I i single in Ihe Clerks-Dominions game, that-which -will provide for more satis- ing scheme. It was understood that ladies How or why we can't exactly the council will gd. busy C. Schweitzer DerricoU factory assistance to molhers and the sum available1 for this purpose in [figure but tlio report on tbe TCO C Sunday whto, after ihc service, present were fhvited remain and have refreshments. Coffee! There are some I.COO Hst- and cate were served by the iTl Province, uot countjng rail- after which the gathering King hymns, i or mitlC5' wilb worh- Mr. John Stuart, who sang a sacred }mens compensation board have been solo, surprised tho audience by tlie ex- communication, and of these they cellencd cf his voice. AM who remain- hpartl froni approximately SCO. ed were highly pleased with Uie ei- niinera. Somn perlment, which. Is to be repeated ev- ery second Sunday evening. 'Your can sympathize with editors ami other Important news- paper moguls Uko himself. We (Isn't and tWs.assistance. Saskatoon and Wtedpeg baye ftne wfaiks tbe Moose repre- ear infonnal meet In? In j that the men be- Co It am btod the In that cfty. vere'ready Smith to make faaproTements fn tfelpeters jronads thvre. rnuat step intto line irlti. the others." Schweitzer with 157 won the h6hors in the with children. chanics-Bearcats match. The scores: MEOHAXICS' Regulate Pool The third till introduced by LUV auiu tiniimun- aui UUL HIU rKIKlrvOn luc all Canada was U was {last week was not considered understood also that municipalities f- will 'be able to borrow from the sum 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. Boyle aims at a better regulation of provinciaV-guarantee. That dc-. 32 S 25- 66 billiard and pool rooms and ftowllug infornutlon of the completion 3L 44 alleys: bB "pected from Ottawa with In a BOY, PAGE CLONIE TAIT EASTERN HATS 6'CAPS it Sor DAD and LAD SPOKANE, Feb. Hays- of Athabasca, champion lightweight ot Alberta, is m Spokane. He intends to lire here permanently. He has Joined the S. A. A. and will work out with tho club boiers regularly from now on. Hays ia 23 years old, and has engaged in 50 bouts, losing only two, "one a four-round decision to Johnnie O'Leary, then champion of Canada. He has won 30 bouts, 10 by the knockout route. Friday night Hays a four-round draw ivitli Charles Lawson at Lewteton. was recently discharged from the naVy, whsre he iinu boxing -Instructor. 44 26 35 37 32 Second reaiinss were given the fol- 94 lowing private An act ing United Assurance Co.; an Act re- few days. Upon the request of the premier, arge number of queries respecting 5H the Canada Secarlt.es Co.) an the telephone department were allow-; ed to stand over until Intormatlon. could be completed. To Mr) Lowcry the premier stated tbe agent general's-office In London Totals___ ___201 150 163 CITY BEARCATS 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. Cole............ 47 2S WaWs 30 46 Duff 40 55 Darricott----- 54 33 act to Incorporate the 50-50 Mutual; Hail Insurance Co.; an act to incor-" f porate the Medicine Hat Central Co.; and lo amend the city char- Totals 2C-- DO.MIXIO.VS I in taltrles and In The cost ot ters of Calgarj-f Medicine Hat and Red Beer, and an act to Incorporate the during 191S, 55 j Calgary hospitals board. 53 Prov, Treasurer lit A number of questfons were answer. "IS ed by the government and returns Rowan Schweitzer Gunn Johnston Totals 1st 2nd 3rd (tic utilities commission in anil In expenses. Tfichnical Education Hon. Ceo- P. Smith In reply..9 Mr, Low try atatcj that terhnical cduca- !o orders approved by the house. C03ls of ,hi proTince lo. dalc i rcmler Slcwart cipldtnc.l thai owfag jn tho-Calgary Nor- rnal scnool were, 155 students a_nd in We> Don't JFix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop Farquharton, Prap. Rear "D" The Tailor, 5th St. S. 200 accidents are reported from tho mines and 40 from the o.ilier Indus- tries each month, counting a general average. 2.' 30 34 PATIENT WAITER WINS OUT Evidently a patient waiter-is no loser, which pretty near ap- plying lo Jess Wijlard jost about now as to any ___________Works) Willard SERVICE STAffON WHAT'S IN A NAME Are Ihe present day car own- era aware of (lie fact that 90% ot tho cars all over world are equipped wtth (be WILLARD BATTERY Do not misled by anr ferior bstterr, buy a WILLARU and male sure It b a WHUrt. mo of our'frw because Little Ampere styit "A good wltiout ser- vice is like bread vltliont .Jt won't stand up." Call and let us esplala our Still Tlelter Willard. 311 SEVENTH ST. PHONE 616 TIRE REPAIR ACCESSORIES 2 in 1 Tread Fifler, Protection Patchej Lace on and Hook on i Tire Tak Refiners Ydtcx And Cement MOTOR Co. BACK Of UNION BANK A Post Will irlna You One of Our Handwrn ;