Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOVEMBER 1920 f Nirfivv Armistice Day Observed tout Dominion Every city and town, Tillage uid bamlet, aeWemeat and In the Dominion from pape Breton 'to far Van- couver Island, today commemorated Uw second aanlwr- nary of the closing of the great war. For tie most part, open air divine services and military parades compriied the wore preceded by a general suspeWlon pt activities in prac- all parts of the Dominion for two miuutee In defsr- to Canada's heroes sad bsrotoea, who laid down their during (hat titanic Impressive ceremonies were held in London and Parti, the British and French people pcytes tribute to the men .who sacrificed .their lites during the long fight against Kaiaerism. The' body of an soldier was burled in Westminster Abbey, tea King, chiafa and relatives of mlBslng aoldleri wltnetsing the.tatarineat. Wreaths lu largo numbers were placed on the ntllng place of the' British Warrior who (ell In the great-war. Floral tri- butes from the Canadian War Veterans'- Association the Last Poet Fund' were laid on the toinb. In. Parts ,010 remains of a French 'soldier lakon from a nameless' grave at Verdun were laid at rest under the Arc Do Trloiriphe, President Millcrand aad tiroe Freudi; field mar- Jqffro, Foch and rstood: py; the open grave. King George unveiled in London, 'aipertQahent cenotaph 'dedicated'; Id Tfhe glorious aad lu Paris, tluTboait ei Gambetia, the Croat French BtateHman, was de- In the pantheon. ceremoiilea'of a national character were held !n tha United. who" served1 during the war observed ..jthtTdr.y, yhteh.is fcome'stales was made a holiday.- In'oLheiis, proclamations, pointing out-the significance i Ot UiO'oc-ejalon.-eiThe exercises consisted, of, me mt oritil 'eojTlcea ,amT meetlnga at .which palriotlc a'ddresses v The United States' naval department obperved the day by crosses, and medals to men who did heroic Work during tho' DRY MAJORITY IN ALBERTA BnMOfJTON, NOT. ures Compiled at headquarters v ot social council today place the dry majority at with the rural por- 4 tipa of West Edmonton. >tUl to be counted.-This dMlara'lon waa to hive been made today hut was adjourned owing to 4 the Illness of the returning of fleer. The provincial vo'o 1 OTTAWA, Kov (Canadian Although no decision has been made matter It like- practically every province of the mlniop, wont on record a.s being in! favor., of. .establishing such institu- tion. Secretary of the 'conference. Dr. R. Gill, federal director of technic- al education, was, Instructed to inform the provlnclil: governments, of 'tho .views pi Ifce. con'fereiice-, tho event 'of 'sta of them agreeing'to pats the necessary legislation and co-oper- ate 'imimpU'inghtiitg the proposal, ap- proaches 'were to be made to the fed- eral government through'the minister wtvu ....tii it eceuls T V Jf that, in the event of the federal ?f labor. Mr. Gill hca cominunlcaieil and T and for the wets iment: J sUtutlbn tor training teachers of ceicg diligently In preparation for Sin- day night of Quarterly Conference'ot tho Taylor stake 'on 14th ot The cantata, "The will be put. on under tho direction of conductor Wi Stone. Apostle Joseph P. Smith, Jr., of Salt Lake City will bo iu attend- ance; Tho first meeting of the: student body of Lthe Agricultural College at Raymond was ;lield .oa- NOT olji. The purpose of the meeting was lo organize a social; anil athletic committee lo look after the interest with ULO provinces but it is too eariy [yet..to their decisions. ____ seenif probable, however, "education, ihatToYuuTuon "wlM I b-e be located la Ottawa. It will be re-i tater-provlncialj INSURGENT LEADER HAS SURRENDERED' LONDON, Nov. reputed commander'of the 'Mesopo-J jniiirgenls, has surrendered coherence on hnical which was told In Ottawa last month! Included from of her slslter Mrs. J. T. Hen- 1 uncondillonally and U under British; inger, Jr, ot last weak. at 'Kufa.- 100 miles south of) Mr W Armatrong, formerly of tho Bagdad, according to .1 Bagdad dls SUndard Bans at Raymond but now patch to'lbe Evc-piug Kows today. at Drdmheller was a visitor in town this week. Adam Hegfie leaves Thursday morn- ing for California where he will spend the wJnler, returning tor farming op- erations H> HW sprlngr' lu atiej mu inimical f. ,t of students in these activities M Bocla! -committee was to arrange on Sat urdaj where he has parties, and Iu n literary de lho s'1Inmer his hales ami niihllr. >Tlie" __ _ bales and public speaking. Ttie fol lowing students 'were elected as mem- bers of the social committee: W: Aad- May, Paul Dabl, Miss Emma Holt, Miss j: Lcavitt, Miss Mat For the boys athletic commit- tee: U .Webster, Paul Dabl, E. n; Loavitt.-.For tne girls' athletics: Mies I-eaii McCarty, Miss Jane Haher. and Petersou. Several new students vice at.noon in Sl.vFaul's Anglican SIOSE-JAW, -where the Rev. Dr. Cody of- ,Bay ..was ;nnt officially recognized in' delated. business es-r 'There was'a big Mr and Mrs Jas. NTellsop, accom- panied b> Mrs C T. Jiarsdon: and daughter of Carilpton were visitors in Raymond on Friday. Mr. Z. N; Skouson and wife leave the JasUof the mouth_for California via Vancouier and Seattle. Don Skouson and wife are occupying on north Broadway.recent; .msa reiurfiuu. auveriu new siuueuis registered at the A.C. this ly Pwchased from Clinton vyride. Mrs June Allred, The first basketball game of ilio I i Ai.rcu o: season between the A.C. and K.A. at ho, open air service Played on Tuesday. Nov Olb Thme on First tribute's 'deposited ceno- from 12 'ovfbfcji been appointed to the. chair ol .voter- taph. -wreaths were laid at the fooi ot the the agricultural col Tonight the annual-military bail ot memorial cross.erecied on Parliament 'cse- Is a graduate ot e United Senrlc-es Club' veteran UmTersty Indiana aph, TO the in the armory. ..i.ln British Columbia Nov. Day v.-as.: observed' 'throughout the province _ol Brijish Columbia an'd in this .city this .-morning when railway business street. railways suspended activities nnd work-and remain- ed for' a period of :two minutes frohVll ajh. to ajn. Jn honor of the.men who-.died during, Int Vancouver i masned parade'pf all returned For tbia; oveubiiE the Perdue j organizations ..were in attendance and short addresses were given by Sir James prime tninls- t'crj Col. Wm. Beattie.and Rev. Cap- lain Despardlne In French. MernorlalSeryici at Winnipeg 'Nov. Jvlary 'Hi Day was featured here today by a) ham, _ memorial, under the ausplceg1 "e In Lflthbndse attending the .._. _. Cr-hnnl t Mayor L. L. Pack, and Secretary F. Kimball were' In Lethbridge this week attending the Municipalities conven- tion. 1 principal De Voo Mr. Tiicter, Mr. D. Miss Marv Miss V Kirk of the-Women's Canadian Club', held at Main and' Portage Avenue at 12 o'clock.. Sir James ;Aifc- School convention. The kniglit Aca'demy'Vas 'dismissed .on Wednesday for. the week lo al'ow A...Palrner and his staff of ins, 'lientenaut-governor of Manitoba, fPEopnt A. ..Pamer and delivered a short; address. A guard gua of liofior of' 600 men attended the scr- special functions-have'been arranged.! vices and ceremony j' N. 13., NOT.-" The in cip'al feature 'of the celebra; tion' of Annlstic'c apart from the past the--------- Silent Ulbulc for SonIhern Alberta eachers. Mrs. H. S. Allen.-Sirs. Nettie'Dahl, was the heroic dea'l.ty a susiienilon of wo.rk for two mianlis at li o'clock. Powe'son, Mrs Dnmhall Mol" AlBxancicr motorea tq Ma At Edmonton KDJIOISTON, Nov. lasEOciatloii of the. Garden City. I Gleeu Keilsoit and Morven Powel two _i. two-minute 'suspension of all work ct noon the official taking over by two oaVd the provlnclaligovernmcnt of sir cap--! minutes 6! silence which have become to allotted to :Newllh'e re'cocnlzed" observance.of ;Vi jv, i '..nTuniwiek's capWby'the-director-of Itlce Day. throughout-Ahe a( the THATWHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD 1 YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN CET IT FOR YOU TRU SIW AM HXT1IRES, i t Offers are invited, for Ihe immediate purchase of tho Stock and Fixtur-s belonging to the Estate of ROBERT B. MORDEN, of lathbridge, consisting Groceries 780.75 Dry-Goods Boots, and 594.50 Crockery.and Silverware ........V..V...'..... 458.35 Fixtures......... 1.09B.5D Ford Truck and 170.00 Bail .At 12 "o'clock, tne wheels" of ln--f come to a.tempofary halt, nWa stop brought' homo" to" the' general: at noon today. l public the fact that today is tho an: r The most important- evect. of the allied armies'', ever, vdll be tho r.rmistice ball lo bu; triumph. held in lho-Windsor Hole} 'this even-j Manufacturing establishments, rail-r- ing. Besides this, the seven, French' ollices and shops, the civic utill- i ;societies in: Montreal have organized j ties and teachei-s and pupils In all the- an'elahorateJccTcbratinn to take place! sbrfools Observed the occasion, work i .tonight, not only (o' oijiorve Armistice being 'suspended for the customary Rayiiioiid S. of A. -Bay but to' cornnipmorate'tbo. founding tvrp minutes. lj oflUhe Frahcly rnpUblii: which i ycsrs tod.iy. The feature of .the celebration jiarade with1 torcbot Mitch will march through At Toronto l V.TOKONTp, N'ov. ordinary 1 in practically-ail of the Domln- Ion" were susppiulcd for two mlnules' 'toniy in.silent, and honorable memory.to ihe'Cainidian nurses who" sacrifice of their i helped to mak'c- lli'ei plghing ot theLarraisticp.'vipl.or.ioustv.! pmm Our .Own, COiTespdndent) ending the great war .-in November 11, j RAYMO.VD, Nov. two days' 'r storm this ivook'has stopped Inreslilni; -H Reports from all directions indicate neain. Two more weeks of v MCncral observance of tho proclnma-, weather would have'completed all i Vtlbns. of the autboritieB that this trih-hhe odd jobs in the Kavrannd district i (iito'be paid to the glorious dead, i The colri.wiml from the, north, accom- "whose Hvelh forevermore." numled by. snow has ,-nado the farmers i i Tho (treat railwaya and tclegraiih J Wlio nre not threshed look gloomv systems.from Coast to coast, as and. the throihermoii. are .keeping orio as local Industries Jn bfe-clttos on the thermometer. Plans hava been1 Completed institute In .teacher Iraining, social] and recrealional leadership and chari- ties and relief-work to bo held in Ray- mond, Ibe third week. In November.' The course in psychology will be given I by Voe and tha out-' lined course.In noclology and its rela- Ihn to other Bciences will be conduct- Don't let constipation poison your blood and curtai I yqurenergy. don't work prop- e r I y take CARTEK'S Llido Liver f Pills today jl a n d your trouble will be relieved. For dizziness, lack of appetite, headache and blotchy -skin try them. Purely vegetable. Small Do.e-Sn.il Cople.itaf the Inventory may inspected'and further Inform- ation obtained ul the office of the undersigned at Calgary or Loth- bridge THE AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. "''.I AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE r- G AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, 3RD ST. S., LETHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY, NOV. 13TH AT ONE O'CLOCK A number of good Work mares, 3 to 9 years old, weight from 1200 to 1600 Ibs.; some good Colts, 1 to 3 years old; some good Cows. Also' double harness arid other articles. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. r AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS NOV. Tvo Registered Shire Stallions. 1 One Mare. Two Registered Holstein Cows. TERMS CASH THREE MILES SOUTH OF BURDETT EMERSON BROWN, Proprietor. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer. 927 11TH ST.. S., J-ETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1692. Btopppi onefalionB for two- minutes, Kllence prevailing as for the period as far Immedalcly afterword various cele- liations look place in the big cities I-jand'towns Of the DomlnfoTi. In some tenters thertj were open air divlno eer- Vices nnd. In some cases.military par- The and the j Duchess of who are visit- ing Toronto, attended a special sor- CAPT. THOS. IV'iio sailed'.ihe Canadian fishing Krhocmcr Dolawtnn in tho races a.yniuat thfi Amerk-an boat Kspei-anto off The American Ixjat won iolh ed by A.-Palmer, p.S.A. A. C. Green- away, will 'deliver two health j lectures: Detection ot ami "Sanitation and PuMIc1 health.1' are eipected from all parts of the Taylor sUke to attend the In- stitute.; J. M. Tanner wits the speaker at tho; first ward services on Sunday afternoon. In the evening the Ray- mond flrst and second wards con- vened In the stnk6 tabevimclG under the direction of ward Y.M.M.I.A. Dr. Tanner addressed, the young pcoplo on "How lo study tho BiWe." The Choral -joclety nre rehearsing ItchedandBurned.___ l CuticuraHe. affected my Tbey were large nnd always festered, and they wera ccattcraS all OTCT my fcce. Thty aftfSwtrdi'. turned Into sctles 'and when ihiy, Itft big marlra ifttii fey: face 'disfigured." They. itched and burned to I scarcely; at "I had been bothered for.neury .two rdonths before I itirteil' ualng I boxeo of Cutltum Oinunent WtS Cuticuro 1 was compltttly, (Signed) Miss L. Burns, St. Bazlle, June's, 1913.' Use CutlcUrl Soap, Tiicum for all toilet thfouRhoutlhcDominlon. CanadianfJcpotj SI. P.til SI., MonlreS.- aUeyraScAp RilaTeaWHboul TO CAPT. T. E. ROBSON THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the Palace Liyery Barn, 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge and Heifers. COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP SO HEAD OF AND HEIFBRS-Somo In calf and somo with calves at foot. Ages 3 to 7 years. Some of the dual type and some of the best beef.. Registered Shorthorns, Scotch topped. These aro all selected liiock. 9 HEAD REGISTERED Some in calf and Gomc'.wllh calves at foot. 4 REGISTERED SHORTHORN to B years Old. SELECTED number of choice Ilomney Murali and Eambouletta hrepris, j. V W. ELLIOTT, Owner. P. LaVALLEY, Auctioneer, Care of j AUCTION SALE HORSES, COWS, CHICKENS, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ETC. I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THE N.5. QIMI1TER OF SEC. 13, TWP. 11, ROE. 22, W. OF 4TH M., MILES NORTH OF COMMERCE, 10 MILES NORTH- EAST OF NOBLEFORD, 34 MILE NORTH OF TWELVE MILE COULEE SCHOOL COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK t Crcy Celding, -t years old, about 1200 1 Grey Mare, 3 years olr1. about 3200 I Korrel Mare, 7 years 1000 His.; 1 narli Clrey (leldinjr. years; 1 Dark Day Helding, colt, 214 years; t Hoan Mare Colt, Z years old; 1 cliofca fresh Cow anil bf.-ifor calf, good milker; 1 G-year-old cow, milking nnd frcsli in Mnrnh next; 12 Hens; 1 Light I i'. Truck 1 Democrat; 1 Hay Hack; 1 Double Disc 1'low; t 1 Kulky I'low; I Disc; 1 Rat Iloss Harrows anil Carl: 1 Horso 1 Water Tank: HOK (Irate; Kc.ildlnB Trough; Blocks and Tackle; (irindstonc; llarfblai Threshortnen's Scales; Forka, Tost Auger, Shovsls, Tools; Two Kats of Harness; Driving Har- ness: RndiliD: lOvwiers; Amoricnn Crcnm Separator; "Majesllc" ItfDige with water back; "Her .Majesty" Hange, in good shape: 1 f.arRC Stove: 1 .Large Kitchin Cabinet; Wasli Tub, Uriiler. Wringer; Sinner Sowing Miiuhjno? Sicioboarrt; Dining Tiiljlo; Drearer: 1 Iron Re'ls nnd Springs; 2 Sanitary Steel; Couch': Chnlrs, Crockery, Cooking Ulonsils, am! niiVnv olhor Ion lumjcvo'.is to mention, TERMS LUNCH AT NOON J. A. A. BRADLEY, pvyner, AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT Z O'CLOCK FRANK WAD D IN GTON, Auctioneer WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUi. HOUSEHOLD anil effects, including: J fioiid Oak Dining Chairs! Solid Oat Reclin-' ing Chair with leather hack; heavy Dining Table; two 3- ilrawer Drossers with bevelled mlrrbrs; Dresses with oval two-drawer Dresser Stand; .two Sanitary Lounges and handsome BRASS BED, with coil -spring; Continuous Pest White Knamel Bed with Coll Spring; 4' G" White linamel Bed, iwith coil sprtiis; Combination Secretaire, nnd Bookcase In BOHd'onk; Morris Chair; Massive I.omiso: Mockers; KITCHEN CABINET with' zinc" top; Child's High Chair; G superior Kitchen Chairs; two Dining Chairs; 5 pairs GREY BLANKETS; 3 section LETTER FILING CABINET; upholstered Couch; EDISON. DIAMOND DISC PHONO- GRAPH with cabinet and 25 records; metal Folding Cot; "Lighter Day" Ilange with lilgh oven; "Famous Oak" Heale.r; "Canada First" Machine; Child's Sulkey; Habv Buggy; Drop head Sewing Machine; S3 x SPARE TIRE and rim; Perfect Sealers; Pictures.- etc. Also 3 SINGLE AND ONE DOUBLE LARGE-SIZED PULLEY DLOCKS; LARGE SIZED JACK, 25 tons capacity; two smaller jacka; Hcnch Vise nnd other tools. TERMS CASH. PHONES 770 and 469.