Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

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) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETTTPRTnnE PAGE ELEVEN If They Want Voice u Affairs In Time of of Gen.1 Turner HAMILTON, Km, Canada profited -.from.' the lessons Uught fcy the 'World war there should no necwiriy'tp urge flie need lor a wett trained; mllltla, said- Sir H. B. W. .Turnery: CvK.'C, O.'S, addressing (he members of the Canadian Club here last oliht, Aviation should 'be .developed? not only" alqn; military bdt to place commercial Ttdll.-hS GeneraT'Turner said-It was a mis- take for a cotntry to illow Its mar- ried men and those approaching the limit to volunteer (or military service during a war, before the manhood bad first been placed In ths ranks. If the latter" would not enlist voignlwUjr then they should be made to If a nan have the affairs ot country In 'peace time, .should be prepared to shoulder his responsibilities. during war time, he added.': Harlng returnedsrecently from? as extensive 'trip to the northland, Gen- eral Turner concluded his address by stating' that much oil would be found Cldsrs tho Complexion The Jor Of A r Perfect Sicin joy m tupptr.cn uut oomt l.-to one mru fosseuang p'a eldn of purily and f'taMf. The soft, dii- tizujuished It rendrrs brinp out natural betuiy to iu full- York .Crowd Attack Men York Where British NorV several 'yesterday attacked six policemen guarding the lobby'of'the Capitol In; Broadway, where'- several days ago a than, describing himself as an Irish sympathizer, tore down a British llaii: used In Armistice Day decorations. sticks Inlol tf, drove the crowd from'the scene! and' arrested'- two 'men. The crowd eonght the solace of burning British colors they found elsewhere, .Last night's attack is believed by police to have been a "reprisal1" for the defeat suffered last Sunday, when the leader of the crowd, after the flag had been torn down; ;was van- quished in a fistic encounter with the manager ot the a former marine officer. AIR MAIL SERVICE 'ST. JOHN, N. n., Nov. L. E. D. representing Eastern Canada air linen, limited, Is here In connection with his company's pro- posal to establish headquarters here fop the. distribution of overseas mail lo other parts of Canada and the Unit- ed States. QuaKty, Without Extravagance tits beni tlw fffljirdation rtone on the Fit-Reform tailoring organization has You cannot find belter style, fit and service than what Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats offer; and .the prices are as modest as quality consistently allows. As a very famous business mart said, the recollection of quality remains long after the price is forgotten. 412 McKelvie McGuire Francisco Villa, formerly the meal-feared bandit In Moxlco, it here with his two children outside his hacienda in Durango. He has given up his career ol the time, at ft c- FOG HOLDS UP PARIS TRAFFIC v The Red ROM package with the blue 1 Ubel tea of a little finer quality than the package with the green label, which U tx> weU knotim; in Western Canada.. blu-labd at a few cents poimd more, but farther in the cup. Try a vealed carton with the Blue Label Red Rote Coffee it sold only in the tealed air-tight Red Rose Can. Funds raised in the Armistice .Day campaign for European" relief, to ha Paris last launched In Alberta and in every other ARMISTICES DAY CAMPAIGN Empire Relief Fund, similar con- FOR RED TROSS run KM MJWUS adviBOra ot the Kei Cros5 diet that, unless checked by effective, rifght was In the grip of one of part of tho British Empire on Nprem-1 throughout' the whole world. Goverri- the densest fogs, ever exper- ber 11, will be used for the purpose ments hare now rendered assistance {From Our Own correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Nov. Wo -......_________ ,_____ men's Missionary Society held >nced H_.was equal to sending doctors, nurses and medl- to tbe most needy countries, to provide relief for thoEB suffering from aid and drastic preventive measures, typhus will spread to de- gree throughout Europe, and perhaps Patrols of. cavalry were posted at strategic points In the outskirts of and public buildings! Up to the Present no disturbances have been, re ported. in Supplying food to th'e famine slrlck- eh. The private citizens of the British Empire, through the Red Cross, Su- regular meeting last Wednesday the. traditional .London Wan- noon In St. Andrew's church. kel. Street traffic waa.almost ijiunuo itruui uuiu empire, laruuga lue iteu L Prowsc, tho president, gave a very nt a standstill. In tome quar- and to Introduce the best'clety, are therefore, asked to concen- Interjsttng report, of the W. M. le.rs.the drivers, of autqs lost methods ot sanitation and hygiene as.lrale on the menacing problem ot means of preventing the spread of disease and its attendant .Infection. :-These measures will re-.' quire the employment, under, authority i various states, of large staffs BAB STRIKE of.trained experts andjvorkers in Ban- ilary te convention held the previous in Medicine Hat The .Ladies' -Aid of, the United ?Uurch met at the home of Mrs. C. i. .Bell last. Thursday afternoon. There was a splendid attendance. The chief was relative to the chicken supper the ;Ald going to serve on Thursday, Jfovi In the I. Q..O. F. W. secretary the'mselves and the bus conduc- tors had to alight and guide their busses..through.the fog. the Ladies' Aid resigned from office front'again'.; tn.'-hi and Mrs. C. Thompson is the secre- :ary now. At the close of the meeting, lostcss, assisted by Mrs. I. D. James, served dainty, refreshments. The next meeting of the aALAMANCA, Spain, Nov. raHwarmen ot.Uds dUtrkt decided to .strike today In sympathy with tbe -strikers to .this; cjty. Work was at-a standstill trades Farrani j bav Ing .joined, in. the movemeat.. With chairman of the central committee of few exceptions all stores -were closed, the American- Red :Cross, who lias re-' Europe. The Means too much bile In blood bjr a deranged Dr. Chaw's Kldnej-LJmX 1 Wits wt the llrar right and hSidachsi dlj- One pll) a dpsa. Itlite ._- g-the Rest-RoomIcently returned from for another i People of Alberta will be asked to doj MrifW.'-A. BatemStflBla-LethbridgeUhoir share. In common with all other- 11. n IIArll rtTlfl flf Fill nl f A 1, Robertson, On Thursday evening some of tho members of the Ladles' Aid met for sewing.in the The Delta Orango Ixidge met in room on Friday, NTOv. attend of the-British Empire, in society rjQpsorvatlva assisting these children. Poland has iyesterdiiirJ'-' half a million orphans, Czecho Blova- 1 l.tn ILflnfwin nl A kin, Austria and litirgary .at least a million of whom five thousand were found recently wandering home-, less and on the point in, the Ruthenlan mountains. j iniTesllniated that in Galicli thereL J'l.r a! 'MANCHRSTER'teiglaifa, NOT. 1 for' every IW.'OOO'" social, evening .Vaa spent, the .conference yesterday of the In- Inbabilanls. In.several other and otlmr memliers ot the family of ternatlonal cotton cMiinittee, repre- acording to a bulletin of the British Orangemen joining Iham. Lunch was seulallves of England, France, Bel- served by the ladles after which a gium, Italy. Japan program was enjoyeu. Iana Czecho-Slovakia submitted re- The G. ,V. V. A. are BtT.r.g an porls ot conditions of the trade: In Armistice dance In their hall on th.a respective counlrles showing evening of Nov. 11 and no doubt that the depression Is world-wide and SP- a large crowd present. ,.sllort ]s being extensively Mr. Ed. Loucks, with his sons, has moved from his farm most and now near Fore- r. James I Final arrangements were made to Mr. Kellough, C. P. R. claims agent, f'- Mrs. G. Howden, Mrs, Bennlng and1- Mrs. Rnynor of Slaleb were Medicine'' Hat visitors the lattei days ot last week, returning on Saturday. Mr, Oeo. Gllberlson left on Wed-: nitesday for his homestead at Com- pere, Alia. i Mrs. Ed. Thompson spent a couple' of days In Menlclno Hat lar.t week. Mrs. 0. W. Nordln was a vislt6r.' n town on Thursday last. Mrs. V. M. Gilbert had the mis-'i rlune to slip and hurt her ankle.-, ait Wednesday. Pleased to :lmt her foot Is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maclean an'd Mrs. Wm. MacLcan, of were business visitors in town Thursday, Mrs. H. H. Robertson retiVrried'on Saturday evening from Medicine illai', after a few days' visit In :.Mr. arid Mrs. Vtedlclne Hat on Friday; rettirnihg- n Saturday evening. Mr. J. M. Mllroy, who haa-b'B8ni the manager of the >f the Union Bant la opening, has been, the managership at Indian Head, .Mr. H. R. has arrived lo ftlirths of manager of IhqitJnlori' Mr, and Mrs. AVm. "Dotong.s'gf' Medicine were.. Bow Island''visi- tors on Friday ntilhe liomo of'ln'eir Mr, E. DcLbrigj and wcro'a'lii, present at tbe Orango Ixidge meeting in tho 1. 0. 0. F. hall, Mr, Wm. Defjong being County Mnslcr of the Orange Lodge, Mr, R, H. Kent, coiinty secretary, Mcdlclno Hat, was-visiting tbe L. 0. L, hero Friday evening. Miss Bessie Sliaw of Medlcinn Hat, was a visitor In town over tho week- end. Mr. R, IT. Robertson vrns a brldgo visitor on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Oonsolin. of win- rlfrecl. W.JTO business visitors In town yesterday, Tho many friends of Mr. W, .1. Cur- tic, who Is non- in Vancijvcr. will be pleased lo lenrn that tho opsrali in which was performed for the re- moval of the goitre last Thursday morning was cinlte successful and last reports that he wan doing as well as could be expected. Mr. Wilfrid Henderson, slier a Elmrl visit here, loft on Saturday for his home In Spokane. Mrs. Hender- son will remain some llmo longer.. Mr. and Mi-n. Oeo, York left sonvi) days bgo Me fiJAEce, wherg tiy will start n ve. .months. WOMAN SAYS SHE WON HER WANT ADS. ;MySKOOEi5, Okla., Nov. the Improvement of" condl- Indian's, children, far- 'soldiers and laborers will be tho AHco M. Robertson, who js C6, only Uep.ttblican woman elected .to" C.ongress ,iii Tuesday's elections. r ;'Mifs .liObortsDn'.was not considered 'as'thd.vlSg a chance to bo elected and by. allj'her friends. She 'owiisj'a cafeteria here' and-.claims she isrojftJt'er'iejection 'ntfl Aft A .itiKn me the bodyf.ofctfiBjids wsfe 'P'jraglaphs-witli'.'.'heart''JpfteaVl" talks' sltiJalloiijyS'f t H For GRAVY, STiBWS, SOUPS :ter Wvertf a PC rta; 1 tciilng, fccco mg, rir I-ro Ing 1'ilos. M> surelcal opcr- "tlon requlreil Dr. Chine's Ointment vjJI rcHftrojou ftt erica Anil nffuid bilinir licitcnt. (te. a all M MmanMii, Kua Co.; Limited, Torctilo. Sr.mplo Hot free n you mrnUnn enclose So. stamp lo ply fosinzo. Clear Your Skiii With Cuticiira PROGRESS ;