Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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


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 I'AC.K POl'R FRIDAY, JANUARY as, mi II. r. M. I'. I" deal anU PulMitneri LITKBHICftE HERALD VKINTINQ COMPANY. LIMITBD Stivtt Bouth. Ltf-bHdge, W. A. BUCHANAN PrtsltUnt rtrul M un.tflni; Dil'LClnr JOHN TOKIIANCH with tht> tiiut In antldvatod when I -my the ciniiitry opens up In tin- svrlaf. I I 1 Then' IP, luwovar, (urtlmr JH IXU 1 UU ul' mukiiiK thi> iliscovi'i-y lend to the I______________ the nation a In- stead of to t'i'w individuals. With all il to tlu> Dominion, if the i-1) very lit Fort Norman will pan out to wliai is anticipated, it calls for v. ntitumiil policy in dealing with what tCmDer Audit or Circulations Ritti: per wecV...........t -JJ Psiily, by mail, per 8.0i) hy m-it1 tin- G months........ Dully by mtil. 3 months........... Weekly, by mail, per 1-5D Wftvkiy. rmiii. pur to U.S... 1M will be ;i very as countries KO. valuable ussot so fur ADMIRAL SIMS AND THE SEIN FEIN. They are the true who maliw it their endeavor to preserve TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is an idle wheel? J. How does Julienne soup set its name From wlioni do the Memumites put thoir iiaiiu1'.' 4. wtiut is tho origin of the pan- cuke? 5. What Is the Mt'Umic cycle? 6. Does tho charter pro- vide for the recall of Ihe school board? THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. When was the first Blgnins o( pthe International Uouudary Waters j cordial relations between Great Brit- Convention? 2. When were the Houses of Par- liament at Ottawa destroyed by firo? 3. 'When did the loss of the Titanic ain and the United .States. Such a nmn is Rear-Admiral Sirae. truly American as any American would wish to be has the wisdom, the sagacity, and the foresight to seo ihat the policy of some of his countryman, such ;ts Mr. Reed, the violently anti- British Senator from Missouri, the notorious Mr. Hearst, and others who j could be ii working, in the ill j THE NEW SCHEDULE FOR TEACHERS' SALARIES. With the exception that there seems j to be some disagreement ws to this merit system of regulatinp increases the teachers appear to. have accepted the new schedule of sitluries us decid- ed on by the members tii the Public Schools' Board. It may not be that wUries arranged come altogether j within, the .expectations of the teach- j but they show a good spirit by least so" far. raisins contention in j as Gpeat BrKa! -n, to the schedule. In this it may' iid that they are of ciLiaenship. ii taku place': 4. Whe did the. Empress of Ire- How far can the origin of Trade Unions be traced? 6- What is a water rabbit? 1. will are fomenting between the two countries, harm to the United 4. what countries hope to accom- plish, as influential and beneficent peace and prosperity of the world in general. Sims, with spirit which him' has turned hls at' is ANSWERS January llth, February 3rd. 1916. April 15th; 1913. May 24th.. I9H. Considerably more than three j centuries, for there is a statute of the year 1548 expressly directed.' against them. 6. An American species abundant [in the swampy tracts bordering on the (Mississippi in tho southwestern States. It is sometimes called the swamp hare, showing the i sensing 'faot that there is a financial ghlp between the city authorities and tho community of whom the teachen are a part. This is the relationship, dis_, Uaelf OQ of aquatic plants. ttat should m the knjmtodg., difeturPb the harmonjoua relu. that, however willing the in general fnay be to see the teachers i receipt of adequate swimmer and -supports I tioni between Great United States Britain aad by Araer- remuneration; ican citizens of Irish nationality, m there B all the danger ot making com- i espousing as they are doing the cause mitments which the city cannot ful- .of the S nn Fen. Like all other sea- fll. This needs care and caution, and t men, the American Admiral is a plain- thMe the trustees have bellowed m spoken with the breath ot tbe carry ng out what is a responsible I i sea in his nostrils and with those spe- cluty 88 it regards both the teaching cial quklitiei which aeamen have aa profession and the ratepayers ot tne city. The financial situation f cities at Ihe present time, as well as the finan- cial situation the country, cannot but cause anxiety to those who are in responsible positions us guardians of distinguished from many landsmen. j He is a bluff tailor, with the courage of his convictions. With the exper- ience he had in the wiar, when the from front page.) called for 4; 30 p.m. when it was hoped the committee would he able to pres- ent its complete report.. Mr. Lloyd George ami Premier Bri- and had a private consultation after lunch, preceding the meeting of the council. This It Critical Day PARIS, Jan. of Great Britain. Prance, Italy. Bel- gium and Japan attending the session i Pass Old-funer v Dies, Vancouver John Anderson, Well-known in Coal Mining eral Held at Colemiin CHICKEN, E SOtlAl, (JHEAT SUCCESS iTONBlGURS (Prom Our COLEMAN. Jim. was cess is putting iv mildly. This supper WUK the first ul' I In1 Aid uf thu Muthudlst t'lunrli, in Muc- Jpod. Tho chief is to tin; offortH of Iti'v. Mr. und Mrs. Li-win.! whuso iiiitirfiu; .work in tho contimiiil Ux-rtisiiK way loft in their hands; ami Mrs. Lewis was wide awake in many details of clieck- up and MdvtaiiiK us to what wtis laid to rust last Friday uftermioit, an und the two were found of tho TUBS, Mr. John nue toaL-hors lit art ot and carrying out a Chicken Pie Sim- timer 'Mr. AndftrBon died in tho General j par, u evidenced hy the hospittl. Vancouver, and his body crowd that filled the church and htiil WHB thippod to Coleman for inter-] from to p.m. The work was uaent. divided up, und each man had his He Sentenced to Two Years Churches Hold Annual Meeting wab long and favorably known faithful ami efficient workman. For a number of >va.vs he actod as pit boss for tUe Ciuiadian Collieries Co., IJellevuo. -Fur yuars ho as- sisted Mr. Kmmorson in the 'develop- Last place, and -work, and it wag impressed on every one that to fail to ho in his place meant failure for tho whole af- fair. Kvoryone had all tho Chicken Pie they wished for, ;tml one only was left over, with a few cakes and nieut of coal mining in Peru. Last other pies, ivhich .were sold after the year he was employ! d hy the Inter- concort was finished. The programim national ITou! and Culm (.'u., Coleman.! the able supervision of .1. T.I For a few weeks before the new' Doncy, was carried out in class confined to the hospital style, every number being just tha (Kroin Our Own Correspondent) IIKKSTON, Jan. ['rea- bytoriiins had their annual vongrOKa- tional meetlnir on Monday night, with the biggest und most onthtiiinBtlc at- ttiwlimeo in at least six years. Al thuugti the church lias been pastor- leas for at least months last year, thtt of Hov. .1. A. James at the end of October has got things run- ning evidently in every department. For tho year tho Sunday srhuol had un average niteiicianco of 52, with the iivur.'iga ttbove the 70 mark. The bourd of nmnagemeut iq made up I of H. K. Oat way. W. Mt'Alpine, F. Rose, Dr. Henderson, Johii MUler und S. A. S5peers. At tlu1 .meeting uf Christ PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THB U T MAN Davis parlors, at which many of his j suit -was such that the man are satis- old friends from till over the Pass Tied that it was not a faipir.v were present After the service, cou- j A dance was held under the auspices Mlau. tho: of the NexL-of-Kin. Th three weeks it was decided to ask the bishop nf Kooteimy to visit the parish with a view to calling a resident rect- ducted-by HHS Rev. D. K. Allau. the of the NoM-of-Kiu. The crowd from Jr Vhe vea, c e wit, ill ob ,C remains were interred the Cole-j the hockey filled the CW. V ..maU W man cemetery. I A. hull, where they spent a pleasant The readjustments have all been I time until the small hours. Tlu- pro. _ ____. ........______J judyc d-d not allow the counter claim on'iio'.'dunt of the condition of" the hay. AlcNabb brought action against the same firm for advance paid on hay that was not received, and judgment was given for the claimant. the Sinn Fein. (From Our Own Correspondent) BBLLBVUB. Jan. Coin, our theatre manager, has Ijeen laid aside is now on thc TO CAPTURE WILD HORSES DN RANCH OF CLARESHOLM MAN Those who are such should take warn-1 way to recovery. lug from the utterances of oue of a neutral nation as regards tiie Irish question. Milch aa near-Admiral Sims. there is any sympathy shown tiie j Drive i.i the I. O. O. F. hall on Foliru- Sinn Fein in all the knowledge of them j ary .itti. Come and have a gon'.l (From Our Own 'Correspondent! CLARBSHOLM, Jim. is re- ported hero that there a rancher to the itf town who has two lo- coed which have the jirdinary There willbe a sale of home cooking leiffnt nf nair on then1' by the ladies of the Methodist church thc at. Si. Humbles' on Saturday. Don't forget the dance and Whist it IK a false sympathy and should he foreign to all who have not only the interests of thc British Empire at heart but a due regard to (humunity at large. The revelations as to Sinn Fein (ictifUies Jn tho war should suflice. Tin; Korilney Bill is creating noiHc as Home" tin lizziea. JJn Valeni, -who was at one time said to be in Ireland, has ill now located in Kranen. Ho has evidently takyn Knnich leavu of au- thorities. Mrs. J. D. McDonald, who has rjettii sick for some time, intends leaving for California in a few days in of health. time, as he has nothing else to do, lio -will capture UK: animula hy fair means or foul and ship them to Calgary. -Tile intention is to put tiie wild horses on show and tliRn turu them loose on the lUack- t'oot reserve. If the party can make quest i of tho animals to sot tlium I to Calgary which he should a: A large number of tho Bcllevuo ple went to Blairmore on 1 uusday ev- ening to sec lllairmore hand Cnlcman a lemon in tbe Crow's Neat hockoy loagiiR. ('liurlie Kay has moved to his new building next the post office. FUR SALE AT MONTREAL 90 Russian aahlcs, over Australian fox unit throw, In; will be only too glad to se off bis ranch. FINE RESIDENCE TO BE USED FOR HOSPITAL AT CLARESHOLM i KHHII Our Own CarreupomicnlI Jail. O. Mil- 8olcl beautiful rcftirfonro 2.500 kungarnn and horo to Mrs. Dr. McHUy, who will tun Persian lamb are Included In the nf- forinKH for thn annual auction of the Canadian Kur Auction Sales company, Which Into a hlrtpiM will fill a felt when; people can he without thn cxiimuio of January 31. Calgary ur .Mai-luutl, in Ottawa, came C, west with the Quebec Rangers in I ther that is lining dished up to us at 1870 ami after the rebellion of that the present time iB all that can he de- year joined the H. N. W. M. P. and sired. The only people that are-'suf- served with tbe force for '25 years. to any extent are the coal chants, the gas company and the fel- ASSISTANT COMPTROLLER j low who sells tickets to California. Of OF C.P.R. PASSES AWAY [course it is'understood that the three MONTREAL, Jan. never did have any sympathy Mouie, for the laat three years assist-j so-there is no one'suffering, ant comptroller to the Canadian Thos. D. Lewis and wife are teav- fic Railway company died at his homo j ing tonight for the sunny South. We here today after an illness of three j are very snrry to report that Mrs. wcakB. Ho leaves a wife and three Lewis lias been in poor health for children. He was 50 years of age and! some time and we.all hope the ehango had served 25) years with the C.P.R. 'will bo beneficial to her health. Her, Dr. IMtor Ikw Okmroh, ku a cull to 1 wtroil. Miti. J. Ajnatxnc. of Place, dnippca wtHt M W to church. Rev. Father Vvmottt., piruh print at Caprcol has IMM to v Copper Cliff. F. U. Bom-era, llbnriau of AJborta Ur.ivfTilty, nt Kdmontim Uii> week. Rev. Alex Whyte, D.D., L.L.U., for- merly principal at Collagt, Ed- inburgh, Is dea4. t notea writ" W on theological anbfocts. Thu G. H. Redden, of Seattle, un evauKellst, who bai couduct- ing services at the PresbyUriin j church, at Sandpolat, Idaho, Ihe 'lait twp weeks coMwM to leave town In whan called before tbe trus- tees of. the city school district late thi> afternoon to explajn an assertion made liefore the of the W, C. T. U. earlier in the week to the effect that "fifty per cent, of the Sandpoini high school students are immoral and u large number of tbcm suffering 'With venereal diswieet." Stjll another .political rumor is go- ing the rounds. It is suggested that A. E. Fripp, M.P., for Ottawa, will fa to i the new vaicancy on tbe Exchequer I court and that General Sir Kdward i Morrison, who wai commander of the artillery, will be made Mln- ister of Militia and geek election in Ot- tawa, Hon. Hugh Guthrie, -present Minister of Militia, would then be j transferred to the department of Sec- 1 retary of State, retaining also the posi- tion of Solicitor-General. Hon. C. D. McPherton. newly ap- pointed minister of public works for Manitoba, will be opposed by the Inde- 1 pendent Fanners' party when he seeks re-election. in Lakeside constituency j on February 1. At a convention in i Portage la Prairie the farmers nomin- ated E. H. Muir, defeated candidate at the last general Section, to coa- i test tha seat on their behalf. Mr. Me- ipherson was elected in Lakeside last {year by a majority of 26 over Mr. Muir. Hev. Dr. William T. Manntof, rect- or of Trinity church, was elected bishop of the Protestant Epis- copal diocese of New York at a .con- vention called here today to choose a successor to the late Bishop Charles Summer Burch. The Henrst newspap- ers took a hand In the election of tbe bishop by publishing; an editorial de- nouncing Mr. 'Manning on the ground that ha was born In Enf lapd. This edit- f drial was read at tho conventtai. by M Rev. J. P, Petern, rector 'of 8t. Mich- ael's church, in seconding 'Dr. Man- ning's nomination. A copy of the ar- ticle has been lent by telegraph to all delegates. H. H. FOLLETT PREftlOENT OF 5ASK. BREEDERS MOOiJE JAW, Jan. II. Fol- lett of Dnval was re-elected president of the Saskatchewan Sheep Breeders' association today. G. F. Buffam I Buchard Is the new vice-president, arid G. -J. Robertson o( Regina the sec- i-etary-treasurer. The ne.w directors [ire S. Unsworth, Saikatoon; Olaf PBerg. Loreburn; T. L. Carlyle; C; Herron, Hiintqhr E. E. Baynton, Maple Creek, and B, J.- RuBhtoii, Ho- I canville. ;