Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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: 14

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) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY UN I. TttE DAILY HERALD PAUE FJtVB PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE RKETS ultra wasi ky'Wtai market, tort .trUe is oais, the dif- e. miking Tkere were j OeMer aU ot Chicago Sea- aM: oils LMCt dowc; October 3-J 1 1-4 cents lover; ttrltr eiiu" for July and 1 and December iM 'for the first time. 1 lower. far July 7 l-S down far October. .OAT8- IIS Close. 113 Th. Calltes to Ue local'leam a The time was contested throughout, the Iffs winning hr MMnarrow margin of coal i Taker crab kope to la the etfehridCA League'next i wrtt ttwtr- team would t a good- accwnt 'at 84% 83H Ortebtr u.v. 143 July October I Ko. fetra No. 1 teed Ko. l fetd No 3 Rejected and feed Track' 143 377 376% No. 3 C.W.. Ko. 4 C.W...1SS 130 367% .110% .lony, Ko.'l N. W. C. No. Condemned Track' 2 CW. Winnipeg Liverteck July (Dominion SCO caltlo, .120.0 tiosrs and 4QO.sheep. Trading was gen eraljy Quotation's on steera 50 cents' stronger, heifers and cows iteady" 'Jo No. 3 ............365 215 Choice butcher; tlWBLV TO. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF "JIGGS' BY BORGE NlcMrdUi, creator; "Brlnjing Up Just ra' returned (ram a (rtnscont Junta) tour. At a dozen Urge Attended by D aud to'. female butchers good heavy feeder to and einki aad keep them clean. See that your, child reu are care fnl also. 6. Let plenty of light- and alr'lnto your rooms. Keep rour. windows clean and open. i 7. Do net. overcrowd your 'rooms. 8. Keep your ''kitchen: 'clean; n- rcove all wmte material at once. 9. Keep your refrigerators aad all pots, fans and'dtEhes used In prepar- R atifl fooflj 10. Put nothing: oh y'pnr.fira es- cape. _ 11- It.you think 'your; landlord or 'our neighbor do not do their par_ >eep premises la good ta.i o them about It. 12. If you' do -not .get Satisfaction here, report the miller to your health department. between tbe Atlantic and'the Paciae he was accoraerl a welcome unlike that usually glveo a prince er'poteota'.a. i The' movie greeted him at Aaieles and he of Chaplin during hia ttay there. At gari Franc laco "Dlntjr Moore'' clnb, ijameij after the .Ha'ven -that Mc: Maou'u ileplctt nying (o, the (reif comic artist aa' old fashioned" Anility'' wcicoma.... He taken In an 4ero. over the'San Francisco territory. The crowd that him at Seattle might-hare ol that number band. LAND VAl.UE8.DUTy REPEALED I LONDO.V, July (By Canadian Associated The clause In the I finance bill repealing the land values j duty, the cause' of much agitation when Imposed by Premier J.loyd insisted upon Ceorge, was! carried lu Ihe commons Addreialng thil gathering, McManus e occasion was mark- autobiography of his lamoui-ejaracter AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF "JIGGS" (By George McManus.) waB'bqru in Ireland. -.-He came to this country expecting to tad1 gpld on L the streets of New I York but found bricks and cobble- Charlie Instead. He became a hod- Ives, trade slow. t .Ho'ss 115.75 off carse for selects. Chicago Oralit CHfCAOO, July Inter- eat on the resumption ot future'dealings in wheat.- Sellers of v.-hfa't'Were In a majority and first S72 to 275. -were somewbat'un- dcr whtt'.had hoen looked for. vdear'cool a'nd dry weather oTerthe northwest, states lending to quiet mU rivlnns black rust, was the chief bearish factor tti; to ell {rain. Opening prices for corn nhich ran red from cent higher Including Sepfecib'er at 153 to 152 3-4, am 7-8 to 141, were followei by rallies to slightly scslerday1 close i' PUBLICITY MAN JUST A LITTLE TOO, FAB'j Surely a3 miter hind' who Ii directing the publlfHy tor UiT. O'Connell feeds.' H will not eat grain crops. contract lor special produc- haye seen a wormsltions for First Exhibitors' MI through a wheat; field every weed down'to'the ground but never'touching thelgrain. Generally spesklng, Insect is more hcnefiflal than otherwise. .'tall enormous sytairBi of these vforms. fph two occa- siogsfth'ey: "even Interfered with oii: locaLriilway service'1 by; greasing ui the trickj over which'they were pass- There 'are two generations of Ibis insect each year, ond the" second one sc-st abundant'; Tliai worms ot this generation eyncar in September, at which lime they will bo 50 liumerpue that they eat uy, entirely, the weeds on which they have bred. Then they travel across country in more food. M such times they eat alfalfa and most garden crops extensively. It Is advisable this year; therefore, since tbe moths are so abundant, special care be taken'to to keep down weeds, especially lainba- quarters, around and through alfalfa fields and gardens. The nest genera- IS A MATTER OF THE SURVIVAL OF FITTEST >BOFITEiR -V.; ri .liUl'.PAyS NP FINf .hot dealer or.tSls ac- cused onderjtke Pro Its Act of having 114 pair of shoes, wu .convicted by iMagljtrate Ktaciford, tat tke naststrato. caukld' ered it an absurd case to hrloj nadet act and dii not Impose .a A GtBMAhl OUTRAGE BERLIN, July. per- soir removed' thei PVencli flag hoisted yesterday- the' i'rehcli emhasey In honor the anniversary of the tak- ing of the bjstile. M. Demarcelly; charge d'af- faires In formally protested to tho Oennan ipvern'menii The French fla( was raised. durlrirc. the morning. which gathered were eatll; but short I r after noon someone entered ffie embajiy. climb- ed (p roof, ifeTnoved-: the (lag and disappeared with II." Another flat. was raised and there was no further Incident, coming struggle for supremacy, if not for exUtonce Itself, In the au tomotive field was predicted' hy Cbarlns Pariln, Manager ot the Com- mercial Research Department of the Curtis Publishing Company, In a talk recently before a group of Biecii- tlvei of a prominent aulo manufao- firm. "Wlen production catches up to demand, 83 is sure to happen before said Mr. Pariln, "It will be cise of tbo sun-ival of .the Drawing a conclusion from the ag- ricultural Implement field, in which lata years has wltnuased groat re- tiuclion fri the number of firms en- gaged, while business doae has In-' creased many firms, -Mr. Parlln voiced the opinion that ultimately them v.oi'.ld not bo more than ly-flve julomoljllo manufacturer! In tho United Stales and Canada moths lays its'cggs id August them only on these weeds. are no weeds near susceptible can be no (linger of infes- by worms coming from ionic Distance. They can be readily Paris and tbe Do- minion Department of Agriculture has published a circular'dealing with this tho methods of coulro'.ling It .when, this Is necessary. Copies can Ve ojjln'ined from the.-'Entomological Laboratory at Lothbrjdge. moth flies only at night of our tforsl Bpscios is not readily attracted to lights, ami i will'.be'.flying before tbs end nils ;''EntpTnplogical Laboralory, July C, 1S20. StlQts of He Beet Webworm '..-A..' ilSlll growii iarva, life size. B. .Portion of larva enlarged. Cocoon, oize. Found In the toll In winter and spring. D. .Moth, life size, long roadcldcs, etc. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CIVII, SERVANTS STRIKI July Canadian Associated echools' sav- ing banks and law courts have been laid Idle fa West Australia through ihe strike olvtl servants for In creased pay. The press blame the slate authorities and federal rqlats tcra for having their gamo by raising their own salaries. NOXtOUfr Xolico Is hcrobr glvn fhat pursuant to Br-law No. J6S of the Cfty of LttS- bridge, oWers of land In the city of Let abridge art required to remove or destroy all nojlous wfthln twea- ly-foor hoflri frbaj publication of this notice. Commlsaicner H. ijfrjl, MEfiCH. OYVMPIC TRIALS IN MONTREAL aATURDAV MONTREAL, July from almcbt all parts of the Dominic; will compete In the Dominion to .bo held under the auspices of tic Quebec branch of Iho Olympic com mlttee at V.'cslmount grounds on 811 urday, Sliiytivo nominations been made. From the various event tho team to represent'Canada In th< Worts, games at bo Its midnight sun its flashing petksand irridesctnt its lolem poles, mm- life, fisheries, mining and gncul gracing re- juvertate jrou as cothing Easy to itach through CANADIAN PA- CIFIC ROCK1ES- SpO.miJM'of'.'Alplna Go In oas eomforton the y'ictit Princess line of Canadian Pacific J. CORDON, Ticket Agent PHONE 61'4 TODAY M0 FRIDAY A Sure Cure Hot'Weather Lsughable, FRIDAY SATURDAY A Drama of a JeAloiji; Husband and a Loving Wife Now flying The Upilftsrs A Funnier Comef.j ihan "Fair and Warmer" ADDED ATTRACTIONS Lyons and Horao In "WIVES AND OLD SWEETHEARTS" Latest Screen Magazine, 33 Ccntt and 10 Cents FREE IN AEROPLANE GIVEN AWAY. TONIGHT COMING MONDAY Tho World's Greilest Racing ii do drama "CHECKERS" Special Return Engagement by Popular Demand Sylvia Breamer Roborl Gordon ...SJke .Blood Barrier "He has been Your'Lover in Thought, if not actually" Crazed with envy he' had made her a living hell. She could not divorce Mm. to marry her chlldboot! chunv Thoro was one othor way But there stood -The.lllobd Bar- ricr." A Drama of Vivid Thrills and lilgh It! Last Time Tonight TOM MOORE IN "HEARTEASE" MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY SAT. JULY 17 WILLIAM p. SPRINGER OFFERS PAL 0' MINE A BEWITCHING AND BEAUTIFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS, TOLD IN MUSIC AND SONG A Dellghtfuily Bright ar.d Natural Love Story Told and Sung with I Simplicity and Naturalness that is Charming. With MISS SARAH GIBNEY LATE STAR OF "PEG O' MY HEART" AND A NEW YORK CAST NOT A MOVING PICTURE i Prices 7Sc, SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG ANO RAWORTH'S EMPRESS TODAY AND TOW3RROVV PRICES: 40; Children frc.. Adults 50; Children NOW PLAYING, NOTHING FINERY NOTHING BETTER D, W. Griffith's "The Greatest Question" Featuring beautiful Lillian Glsh and Robert Hanson, stars of "Birth of a "Intollcrance." "Heartj of the World1' and 'iBroken Blossoms." sec thtm tonight In Griffith's great film. Empress is clean, cool (iijptlvatlna music. ,J V-. ;