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: 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) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FH1DAY, JANUARY 28. 192t T1TB LETTTBTCTnOE PATTT HETWTJ) PAf.K THRK3 7o reach the home-going and result-produciug Alberta, Advertisers during 1921 should use liberal space in the Herald "Want Ad" Columns FINE WEATHER PLEASES ORION DISTRICT FARMERS (I''roin Our Own Correspondent) OHION, Jim. Friday even- ing tho 21 at, tho Orion board of trade treated tho dtulriet to a froe A good crowd turned- out the nixht wan cluar and bright. Tin proitnuu consisted of cards, dancing wid Bupper, and :t very enjoyable time was rvpiirted. The Ladles' A In last Werinea- dary at the homu of Mrs. aid a cood number turned out to the moating. Tho future activities of tho old include (in addition to making and usefil articles) a grand entertainment IB waish all the talent in the district hi to be made BED of. Jatt week Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. CronkhHe arrived from their honeymoon trip. Tha young couple both well known In tho commun- ity. Mr. Cronkhite has been living in the Fourways district for a uumber of, yean, like most of tho young lolhUtmt from the fall of until the close of the term at Ihu mid of uud gave to both parents and school board ill her work at a teacher. The Orion consolidated uro asking for applications for the post of Ury-treasurtr to UK- board of trim- lent. All bids for naniu 10 be In by thi> L'Slh Jan. Tlie very weatluu' -a'e continue to have la greatly bfi'.cfltting tho farmery hero for horsey and cattle are iu a good many canes getting all the feed they reriuire in the lii-lds and are looking well. Thii time lasl ve.ir a good many farmers were wonder- Ing where tha food for spring work j coming from. There is a decided improvement this year. ir. tha feed situation (From Our Own Correspondent) DOW ISLAND, .Jan. Island school .was closed tho latier part of men of purU joined up duriut- i past week In order that tho school the war. Mrs. Cronkhite had charge i to but was ORANGEMEN ENTERTAIN AT BOW ISLAND ol the junior soaool of the Orion con- MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative ro-opened again ou Monday. Tfcero are a couple of- cases of scar- let fever in town, but the board of health are cuduvoriag to keep It from spreading. j Last Wednesday evening the Rook Club were entertained by Mrs. C. Carlson at the home of Mrs. A. Swen- numaon and a pieaaant evening spent. Mrs. S., Y. Hurst made the highest score. After the cards, the hostess served a delicious lunch and a social hour was enjoyed. i The ladles' aid of All Saints Church met with Mrs. Rushworth last Thurs- i day afternoon. Election of officers took (place with this result: President, Mrs. i J.. Rush worth; vice-president, Mrs. P. i Duffy; Mrs. C.' Ridgedale. The hostess served light, refreshments at the close of the meet-! Ing. Several of the Bow Island Young People attended the dance in the llosemont school house last Friday and report a good time. J Golden Link Rebekah lodge held their regular meeting last Friday j night. Two new members were Ud. You Can Get it Out of these Columns Tf YOU have a message to send to the 4j people of Alberta, a Herald WANT AD. frill carry it for you more quickly and to more people than any other at a lower cost. I When you send your message you want re- turns quickly. The Herald gets them for the kind you want Not a day passes when you cannot use a Herald WANT AD. to advantage in your home or in your business. .Write, call, or phone 8 cents per (CoMt air words to a line.) Minimum, 25 cents, six insertions for price of four. days in town a guest of Mrs. R, H. The G. V. A. auxiliary met last, Robertson. Saturday in tha club room. The many friends of Mrs. J. R. Agar Regular service in St. Andrew's j ot New Westminster, B. C., will re- __l church last Sunday evening. The or- j Kret to learn that she has been ser- chestra assisted .with the' song ser-1 iously ill with pneumonia. Latest re- vice while choir was much appre- j Ports, wo are pleased to learn, Is that elated during the regular service. Rev. I she. Is recovering. V. M. Gilbert gave one of his interest- i Mrs. G. Anderson, and little daught- ing biographical sketches, that of spent a few days in Medicine Hat exander Duff of Aberdeen, week returning on Monday, with particular reference to his work Accept "California" Syrup of Figs as missionary in Calcutta. India for the name California on His address was on "Superannuated UM package, then you are sure rour i his text being I Coi-in- chfld is having the beat and most j thlans, the little stomach, I The second of the series of Whist lovo Its Drives given by the Catholic Altar society was held on Monday evening taste. Pull directions on each bottle. You must say "California." TAKE CARE 1VIAIL CARRIER WAS KICKED BY HORSE; LEG BADLY BROKEN ONE-FOUR NEWS (F'sum Our Own Correspondent) ONE-FODR, Jan. W. Pinley of Breymer, Missouri, arrived here last week to visit his son Seagle, and to look over tho pountry. G. W. seems Cn'l kldmys cm o !_ i..i t.. _.! Hood, and Dr. Kidney- 1 trcuie th3 klintp tn a T hulthful iction. Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 137 5th St. S. Oiipoolto the Empress Phone 1959 Residenco Phone 1937 (From Our Own Correspondent) PENDANT D'ORIELLE, Jan. Til A T rAIfPII I HA I rlllll.rl 1 fin 1 tUUllll Some peoplo get a nasty'cough and a short visit. Thoir many Minneapolis, is reported friends are glad to see them again, and wilt be back to One-Four Mr. and Mrs. Scratck have accnm- month. plished a great deal of good in this will be held on February 7th. district tbe tast [wo vears ln prize, beside the regular missionary work. be awarded to the one who i Mr. Harry Wisir.cr abstained a loss highest aggregate score dur- Of one of his best horses the other day, the cause being blood poison. A sad accident took place the other in, a ecla1 Ing the drive. .A short session of the Delta Orange off, serious injury may have been done to the lungs and respiratory organs by the -prolonged, harsh, rack- ing coughing. On the first sign of a cough or cold get a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway NORRJS GOVERNMENT FATE IS HANGING ON LAKESIDE BYE-ELECTION, Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How To Treat Medical authorities; state that n l'ate--of the N'orris government in ly nine-tenths of the cases.of stomach Manitoba rests on the bye-eiection trouble, indigestion, sourness, burning, WINNIPEG, Jan. the don't pay much attention to It. aay- i Lodge was held last night, after which when Mr. Oluf Fjeld the Pendant Ing, 'Oh, it will wear away a the hall was made rei.dy to welcome d'Oripiio mnii rin-ioi- ir, -short but while It may wear, the visitors, members- families and a! hiS.ThJrse HctaS hta heW V'lrte" that the 1 evening if it ill four places between Manitoba rosl6 on Ule bye election troubio, indigestion, burning, a Drosram wai nnn nf tho hoef I j Je ls Lakeside on February 7, plans are i (sas, bloattng, nauaea, etc., are due to that has been rendered by local tal f m aP6' an made for a strenuous contest., an excess of hydrochloric acid in tlw ,tat could be Snc? beUeV8 IMne Syrup. It wil, stop tl.at nasty, I A. troublesome cough, ease the tightness lodge, acted as chairman: ,who are waIkmc with t I 'lraetlcally on the resu across tlio chest, and loosen thn I iProKram: "Ballet scene bv of this first byo-alectlon to be held phlegm. and loosen thn i Program: "Ballet I Orchestra; PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadla Block. Phone 1616. _ _ DKNTIST Dll. O. J. COUKTICK, former ly of Ltthbrldge. has located {J79 (Jranville Ht., B. 'J. Phono Jay. OppcslU Hud- son's Bay DR. J. E. HORNTNO, 03TEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock BIdg. flours 2-4 and by wppointment Phone 199> PRIVATE HOSPITALS TUB VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbridgc- Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical aud .maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-privato rooms.. Rates J33.00 and J35 a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal .College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W. H. a! Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory' of Music exams It desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Avc- A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE In French dry cleaning. Wo are the oldesr. cleaners in tho city. We use tho genuino French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention tu country work. 321 Sth Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phonos 711 and 1065. 31-Js OrF-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KtlTIl. Comer 1st Ave. and 10th Street. a lack of digestive juices. The delicate r stomach lining ia irritated, digestion I is delayed and food sours, causing thj disagreeable symptoms every ELECTRIC SUPPLIES GUNSMITHS Barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gnu v.-ork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repulred, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any.-light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, (Jth Straet, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Dnrora- tora, and Painters: Kalsomlnins, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tha oldest established painters In Lethbridge. lies, phone 1472; office phone 1753. Sherlock Bldg., Lett- bridge, Alberta. Electric and Power Coatracto Phone 1333 A. and Paporliani'inR. Phone 090. 611 Sth Avenue South. 117-0 Wood's" has no equal." i full orchestra; "My Heart at Thy When you get Dr. Wood's Norway! Sweet full orchestra; Pine Svrup. you arc not experiment-: banjo mandolin "Ole will take care of it. A new line of business ia this i is amalgiimiitiiis w th its tVestern Morning News, ov I quite hopeless struggle to maintain a rival, lheivor lnllk) wing "to the. to tbe inexpensive to take riayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. Uilgiand. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 627 10th Street South. by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Tor- onto, TORPID LIVER FOR OVER 4 MONTHS The duty of tha liver is to prepare uid secrete bile and serve an a filter tc tho blood, cleansing it of all im purities and poisons. When tho liver becomes laxy, slow or torpid it ia not working properly nnd dons not fiupplv sufficient bile to thoroughly act en '.he uuKele ami carry off the wasU prvdiicts of tho system, hence the bowels closed up, the bile gets into tha blood, constipation sot? in and liver troubles follow. Mllburn's Laia-Llver Pills nulc remove the secretions, clear awnv (lie and effete matter by ac'.iug directly on thn liver, and making the ptus through the -bowels ii.Ucad of allowing it to gut into thn h'r, >d, fend cause f.o maiiy trouhlus. Mrs. Alice Mehlll, Napanpe, Ont, was very badly rim down, and had A torpid liver for four months. I tried scrpra.1 remedies, but got no reliof. One day my hnsband Arouffht me home a vinl of Mllburn's Pills, and before I had used tiaif of it I was much better. I only used two vials, and I am r, different person today. I can safely recommend Laia-Llver Pills to any one troubled with liver trouble." Mtlbnrn'i Law-Liver Pills are 2Se. n vial at all dealerx or mallud direct on receipt nf price by The T. Mil- burn Co., Toronto, Patrol, full orchestra, liag Pipes se- Tho Orion Board of Trado lection..Mr. Geo. Caldsr; recitations, splendid entertainment to fnL F' WertH: district o2 Orion, on the evening of song. Cod Save the King." January L'lst, at 10 o'clock. The pros- Ihe partaking- o a splendid lunch idem, Mr. J. C. Plynn, opened the nro- jjnd a social time brought a very en- gram with an address that will be re- goyable evening to a clone. The Golden Link Rebekab :avc a Wm. H. Taft arrived here I whole on the steiimahip Fort Victoria bekab LoilB8 for yearn to "come. The hoard of trade lit lf'VtLat n'n P'? Orion will bu second to nmin while Ibt, In the I O O F. hall. Artmisslon they have Jack in the lead. At 10.30 50c, supper included. Everybody wel- the started, and Barnes won- from Bermuda. ?vlr. Taft is return- ing to continue his work lls one of tho arbitrators in the stock valuation proceedings 01" ihe Grand Trunk Ruil- membered by everyone that heard it which has been taken over by the Canadian government. eome. Mr. Jas. Olqulst, of Skiff, was a vis- itor here during the past .wenk. Mr. is. DeLong went to Medicine Hat last Wednesday. Miss M. McLaren nnnnt the part of the week m Medicine Hat. dant d'Orielle, but they reibrtod th; Miss tetepon. of Lethbridge, spent they had had the best timo ft Just week with her sister, Mrs. A. An-1_________________ played, and at one o'clock supper nerved, everything free of charge, Mid it was 6.00 a.m. when the crowd of nhout 301) people started to leave the hall. Mr. Snorteland and Mr. .lemien were the only ones present from Fou- nt 'or years. REV. J. A. IRWIN ON BAIU Ia8t SWISS SOCIALISTs Mr. Stengle, of Taber, was or in town one day last week. visit- Mr. T. R. Blalne, who been at Htimsey the past week spent yester- day In town. Mr. arid Mrs. I. D, James and Mrs. AGAINST SOVIET PLAN BELFAST, Jan. Rev. J. A. Invin, the Presbyterian minister who spoke in the United States with ICamonn de ValeiM during the letter's recent stilfr in that country and who was arreoted Monday and sent to the Baliyliinlar internment camp, was re- leased on bail today. Steamship Are you thinking of sending for your friend in the Old Coun- try? Wo shall ho pleased to quote rates and assist you in overy possihlo way. can now arrange passage FROM Hamburg, Antwerp. Na- ples, Tricst and othor Continen- tal points. For all kinds of steamship THE' ROSS1TER AGENCIES Phone 1412 Higinbotham Blk Information ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF A RM YAN Veterans in Caniidu, Lethbritige Unit No. 34 Veterans deKiroiiy of joining the above a.ssociation. obtain in- formation and appiication foruiy from tho secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. li, Lcthbridge. E. L. Copelanil Phone IS'03. E. R. Kent Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECOHATIXG CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanging a spee.'alty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established T9D9 Thirty-fivy years' 6xperience in Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street Estimates free. Res. phone 1104 GENEVA, Jan. figures show that the Swiss Socialist party in the recent voting at Berne on the question of adhering to the L'l condi-- Industry of the 5cz7 THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under ]2 Kindergarten, Henry Green ham, B. A.; ''JTarKJiret H. Greenlnnn, formerly of Harergal College, Toronto. 15-26 WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile H.idiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with tho best Honey-comb Cora obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you about it. or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY Radinior Man Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. Ed. Thompson, who attended the U. F. 'aid down by the Moscow Inter- A. convention In Kdmonton, arrived rejected the proposition by home Monday morning. to This vote is conslrt- Mrs. of Maleb, a dele- ered It oftiatul quarters as a setback gate to TJ. F. A. convention, arrived home Monday, and Mrs. G. Howden ar- rived yesterday. All the delegates re- port having enjoyed the convention. Dr. McPhall, of Burdett, made a professional visit to Bow Island yes- terday. Dr. Henderson, formerly of Bow la- land, has decided to locate In Cadogan. Alberta. Mr. J. Bradaer wu a buiitttu visit- >r in Medicine Hat yesterday. Mrs. T. B. Harris Is for the pan-Germans, who aro alleg- ed to have aided Nikolai Lenine, the Rnislan soviet premier, financially and morally to spread the. Bolshevik propaganda throughout Switzerland. One of nc-wipapers, comment- ing today on the situation, lays: "The pile of Russian gold hat now fallen Into and been lost In an Alpine crevase for the world's good." Never const your chickens pending a few your wife li ire in ominion'! f "TTJE rtiourcci of thii Bmk eiientUI eUmtnl in the D luntl.mcnl.l indu.try the loil. Fat J5 yean we ii.Ye been promoting tttft intercclt ot Todiy. our co-opention bcinr util- iud from CO. it jn .n endeiv- to output of the field.. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager >l Ccrditon and Biroiu GURNEY-OXFORD FORNEFS EAVE TROUGHING TINSMITHING Metil Worktrt. 3M Cth it South. Ption, 1713. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS AQint Doris I. R. Cocc[ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELUPINO, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITUitE. ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;