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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Sf WEDNESDAY, JANUARY THT; HAIW HERALD PAGE OTTAWA, Jan. to which' all persons operating Aircraft In Caaada, whether 'tor private or covBMviid purpctcs, will be In future to conform hare wfU jkortlr be distributed.' They tor the registration, by the Otuteajr board, of all alrercft, and tatuaiee of certificates to pilots witboal which certificate no iwrson can Pf In Canada. TheM are obtainable only applicants hare satisfied the board. certain stipulated twts, Out are uuaK- to ojAKia a naeUM, and have alto a In (4 pUoti cperatlac (or aommerclal ctirvows. cal be OTery juoutbi and In the case -private fljrera H Afi- of Ibe re gulatlons li that all registered air to .control ol the la time o! -war, that all persons commercial pilot's certificates become during a war per so jjKialwra of the Canadian air force. All harbors are subject to tbe con- trol of Ibe military authorities during war time. Machines muit bear mark- ings which' must be clearly Indicated. No passenger aircraft Is permitted to carry any exoloslvea and mails shall not be carried without A private pilot's certificate does not authority of the postmaster-general, authorize the holder to fly for higher or for any reward except a prlie in ot the HER me conteit under mia recognized aeronautical le must, before .taking up a passen- ger, have at 12 hours' Itialruc- .loi! In sola firing and must make at least five flights certain cilpulatod heights and distances, before liolug counted elltlblf -for a certificate. Commercial pUQts certiftcato, It is provided shall not be granted to por- aons under 19' years of ago, and only after pasting technical, medical and firing Include, a cross- country or overjeas (light of at least j 176 beginning anil ending at the same port and a night HUM of M m'nntei at a' height of at least HOO feet above tbe ground. The Question of ciutoms collections at the iutematiormr boundary has been solved by a niliitg to the effect that all aircraft flying across the lino be forced 19 stop at ono of the border stations tor eumioation. Foreign aircraft must .list conduct a business ot trtniponui. passengers r freight between points within the boundaries If Canada, but rosy carry hem from a point in. the United Plates to a point In Caufda. In the' pamphlet which Is being printed by air bof.nl and which will Include all the regulations, the relating to International cavigaUon which- was agreed upon, to certajn reservations by the Ateraational commbsion on aerial navigation, which was constituted as a sub-commission of the peace con- ference. Bat f nMtis" Brought HeUtl ud Strength AFTER SUFFERING ft WHOLE YEAR Mrs. King WM Made Wefl by Lydia E Veg- etable Compound. 59 ST. ST., am writing you to tell you that lewttnylifito' 'fr'ru il-a -lives' '.This medicine relieved me Khcu'I had up hope of ever being well, I- was a terribla siifTcrcr from suffered for years; and nothing I took iliil me tiny good. I read about "tiled them. After taking a fpw boxes, ctfth is wonderful medicine Made from fruit jaicu, am non- entirely well" Madame KOSINA FOISIZ. 60o. box, 6 vor trial sko 25c. At all dealers or semi postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. ling foreign minister, and other promt- nent persons In Italian political life, l5 GOYT. IN BULGAI been kept by the peace conference. SOCIALISTS WILL FOKM 'An immense majority.ot the Italian said Count Sforza, "are con- vinced that ihe danger for Italy and her future development the Gorman peril." regard to the vigil of Premier Nlttl to Paris and iilscontent toward by Italians during the lakt two months was merely the Oj over-long uueer- SMALL'POX AT PARIS, OUT. Ont, Jan. smallpox situation rn Part) is more serious. Ono ease- was recently r.e- moved from the YAV.O.A. to the Brant- ford Isolation hospital and the insll- ihtion Quarantined. Today an appeal was made- to Branlford to provido ac- for tbrco new cases, to bo ot a serious type, hut this hail to I Stanibullwlsky, when he was reti bet refused, as the local sccomnioJa-j from Belgrade, where he failadil tion, it-bile modern, Is Insufficient to negotiations with the Row COPENHAGEN, Jau garlan government has resifasd the Socialists arc to tom a laet the leadership of Dr. T former premier aod minister ot tout affairs, according to a Sofia ttofiil Hied yesterday. A semi-official statement the Bulgarian capital, states Bolsherlk band attacked which Italian questions had'care for moro than the city cases. the dispatch says. T. C. BOVILLE, C.M.G. Deputy Minister- of finance, who will likely retire from his position. Ho Is one of the oldest c-fftclnls the AT CHICAGO TAKING TO COVER "I was a oorxtant (of- ferer from female trouble for about nyear. I bad pains la back and itcmaeh, II in fact all ortr me, 1 and waj all lunitowiu UAfriendofnfcieint U eared of .the" seme trouble byLTdiaE.' CompoopcL. I took it and it me- ud litrrngtb and made I a wojman of BW. _ 1 1 cannot jr our VegetaMeCornpoirad toohlgtrj.andjroo nay publish my testimonial u It may be the means of 'helntar MOW other woman. IHBII Kmo, lOSWe.ICan-pbdlStw.t.Ioia.Kanaee. The great number at ttaoniah on Iftt'ct-'ttU _ oratory, many of whkb. are from to time pabfWwd: by periataion, an proof of tte ratae of LydiaE. Pinkhasa'i Vcntable Coenpoond, in the tnfeaent effetaaUUle. aDiBj woman'in the Statee is cordially invited to write to the Ljdia E. Pjnkham Medicine Co Lynn, Maaa., foripede advice. It ie fret, ready to brine TOO health Mi may you hfe. Session of Legislature to Open About the Second in February CHICAGO, Jan. first of 224 persons held tor deportation as a re- sult of the recent stale and federal raids were taken today by Immigra- tion inspectors for hearings. Cues gainst these men hive been describ 1 by department of justice agents as Iron clad" and within the week the fflcers aald they believed a large rw selected as the aicago contingent on the next soviet ark." RsS; gent rally have taken to cover Ince tbe wholesale arrests started and the number.brought In daily has lecnated. Several' dangerous radi- cal aliens still are sought on warrants, n addition to only notable tgnre arrested in the campaign during the lut 24 hours was William D. Hay- wood, secretary of the Industrial Workers of the'-World! who has been sought for Hverml days by state au- on an amended him when he sarrwdtred were'nearly a score of other. Industrial'Workers ot Uw.WorW.'-. Harwood WMreleased- on bond and able, to appear In-federal court today for his appeal from the mntence to a federal prison, Imposed for violation of the Espionage law. N, 8. SCHOONER LOST LUNBNBURQ, N.fcV; Jan. C. Smith aad company, pan owners ot the' Lnnenbnrg schooiwr Francis Gar- diner, last night received a cable from Johns, Newfoundland, advising that the vessel had been abandoned at sea and that the crew had been res- cued and Uken (o St. Johns by a Nor- wtctan steamer. will be very light this session, according to the program now before the provincial government, states Premier Stewart. While It has not been decided definite- ly, the date for the opening will be about the second week in February, about the tenth ot the month; accord- ing to present Indications, there will be practically nothing new, however, some of the bills brought in at-the last session and not'presed, will come up again this .-year.. The.municipalities will, probably bei {asking' for ehango in their Itp'datipn, giving a greater degree of homeVrule.- rail- road problem .a'riotbVr matter which .will require, iB'fe'shlbg'ouL "No Change In "Plisw.' Policy la' the telephone pplrcy, while tbe coming year will be big one In the way of construction, nothing new- in- policy or'development', states e premler.'The J extended and W. R.-P.earcej tendentlji taking av trip Into; the ofth country, to see what telephono oasibllities are 'show 'caught the" depart aeht this .ytar in rogram and tbej did not .accbmpllih alt they been mpossible, to get labor, which also eld up their program greafly, and conditions make' tjielr program lead To Be Arrested today in Red Clean-Up in SJales Jan. than 100 alleged radicals arrested In tbe New Year's state and city authori- ties were'arraigned in criminal court Agents of the'federal department ot Justice spent the day preparing evi- dence for submission tomorrow at tha hearings of 224 Red aliens, held for deportation aa a 'result of the New Year's drive.and the national crusade aiade later. ._. W. D. Haywood, secretary of the In- luEtrlal Workers of the World, under iehtence'to a federal prison and for (rhonr state" 6_fficer3 searched tor since New-Year's Day, announced in a morning newspaper that sur- render. federal, officers said tdday.ttey.did not direcle EAT IN THE STRIPED PACKAGE 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE Opm ttr Pirts MKJ Pmttnrttt I RtMly fir Ctwtt Wrt, Mad Sptt- mite Crtpp. Tkrtaf, Stiff Rick, nt kladrerf ilUmrts. Inriy frnlif tfii skin ivtr fkf tfftcfwl aMl nw H In. Hoyge, who h'lJ.a'n-eet, made ii annbunc state; Dienfa T wish lo say. that is, and.can he no cotiriectibn ;Sety-een the'., Commri2lst Ainierica and tlie'-Communist T industrial Work- Haywopd said. is a polltlcaJ organl- ers -j zation, ,WorkeiB of the World organization. y' different. Mri Detroit ii Jan. About Stn cu stody -of f ed- lowing- a raia-'.vesterday: on the "bouse of lo the police a meetlES placfe of the_ radicals; Suii- II the heavier-tor the .comlig year, day's'round-up added nearly 300 to tifqje tEt'dnjPriday inlght. Approii- mately' half qt the prisoners had been examined pearly tlipse rfr leased numbered than SO- Hay wood Surrenderee) CHICAGO, Jan. Hay- wood, general secretaryI'pfvthe' Indus- trial Workers of tho released from Leavenwortly gome The premier felt that they had been err fortunate in getting their gup- lies for the c-Gmiiig season; for cop- per wire alone saved-be- and by buying ust before the raise. The government will undertake no allroad construction this vear. .k. Public Works Department la th e .pnbl worki tJ.epar I sere; no workfoiiyof the ordiiiari' lanned.'; The 'collec (ed I or utomobile licenses; is spent, argelr on the roads that the.rqotor- flta use. There 'now main road etahilshed between Cout'ta, at the ouLdary, and -Athabasca via and Edmpn-: "from Edmonton.lo Llbrdmlnster; rom to Monitor arid ?flst; rcra Hat to iianff Cal- ory; from Mcdiclno Hat to tli.o >ow's Nest, via Lethbrldge and'Mo'c- jeodT> and from time to time, more runk roads will be established. :.pn hese .the' government pays 15- cent, of the cost and tho ies 2o per cent, while on the sec- ondary roads tho municipalities pay per cent, and the government sup- Jlies tho remaining 25 per cent. In the department of agriculture :he .consolidation of a number of laws nnch as the herd laws, pound etc., .which -was brought In at the last lesslon -will probably -be brought in igaln this year ns it wns InU with :he members for consideration over the summer. Tiiere will be no nei agricultural schools or farms eslab- 'iihed this year. So, while them will be a consider- able amount of routine business, there is not at present prospect for Any- thing startling. Lp Attorney an; ;f a' of the st ate -law iifl tlsynd.lcill sin. t Wojld- leadef Judse Sam's :.was.-set 6t and furnished .by-Lloyd. Judge PST.. Jotlay., flrTaigriC-il more than'; 50 alleged Reds: .With..the '.exception of Thomas Tiitehead, sccretnry of Industrial. Wprkiers of the Worid wlieu Haywood iyas sent to prison, all were ..'Haywociil's bomHwas Eet.at f in default of which he wns remanded to jail. GEN. MEWBURN AT OTTAWA SO DRUNK "YOU COULD FEEL HIS BREATH" MOOSE JAW, Ouse- ley In the district court hero today gave Judgment dismissing tho action of t'ctcr Hanson ngalnst Alex Palto, finding Ihot the defendant was In sucb condition due to alcohol Ihnt tin was incapable of entering Into any DOiUrxcl. The court held that (lie onus was upo.i Iho plaintiff to show tbnt the defendant understood the naluro of tho contract which he en- tered into. The judgment relle on three considerations; Wns llie de- fendant Intoxicated at the time of tlio alleged sale; was his cnmillion known lo Ihc plnlnllff, did the defendant at nny subsequent tjmc rfttlfy Iho sale} In the evidence the plaintiff graphi- cally sui'nnxMl up Ihe.defendfint's con- dition in tho words "you could- feel his breath." OTTAWA Jan. O.'Mnwburn, minister of militia, whose resignation will, It is expected, go into effect, shortlyf'nrrived' in the capital this morning from' his home in Hamil- ton, where lie spent the New Years. He was accompanied by Col. Osbornc, nilitia secretary. Although no state- ment'-was forthcoming as lo how long 3cn.-Moivburn will remain In charge ot tbe department, it seems likely that it will ho some little timo be- fore he leaves. Whether or not tho retirement of the minister will re- sult In changes: In Iho. staff at militia headquarters is -not. yel known. Rev. Walter E.- Baker, pastor of the I'irBt Congregational 'church, Otlnwn, died on Dec. 25, after n two weeks' illm-tfi of pneumonia. How else can you get so much long- lasting benefit, so much real satisfac- tion for your sweet tooth at so small a price? Be SURE to get WRIGim in the seated pack: age: air-tight and impurity proof. The reputation of the largest chew- ing gum manufac- turers m the worlo is back of if, SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT NEW LOAfJ .C., Jan. Hon. John Hart: mlnjslcr of flnancn for Ilrlilsh Coificnlna, has ncRollnled a now loan for nt 5% per cent. The ncu- flotation is n five year, 5 per cent, cold build Tlin sale was olfcctcd at 07. For a Change Breakfast Cereal Different from others because of Hs unicrue nut-like flavor and rich nourishment. Iron Will That great strength ot mind body, thit eshaustless energy, tliat IRON WILL that make a famous merchant but of a humble clerk, a millionaire out of a penniless im- migrant, a Lincoln out a often come from red in-iron. '-.Do you lack power o? decision, energy, and stamina? Are your ambitions greater than your strength? You need not says Dr, James'Francis formerly o! Bcllevue Ho-pita! (Out-door New York; and Weslchcster County Hospital. feeding the blood pure organic a weak, run-down, discouraged man has changed to 3 red-blooded American, full of force and energy that win success." Nuxated Iron is U3cd and endorsed by formst United States Senators and Members of Con- gress, and by such world-known men as Pader- ewski, Premier of Poland. It often itrength and endurance in two wceki' NUXATED IRON Uttd Ovtr FOR SALE IN THIS CITY DY J, D, 'HIGINBOTHAM A CO. LTD, ;