Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

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) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TO LOCAL WHEVE TOO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THEHKKAUrS PACK OF LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1920 LETHBllinGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN LOCAL SURPRISED AT DEFEAT OF VEN1ZELOS A CASE OF HORSE SENSE Here Was Strongly His Con- stantine'Wfll Ketnrn "All In Canada are dis- appointed because Venlwloa was cot Such the statement raado by J. Ztisot, ol the Vfcteria Confectionery.- X'A. Nlcut el the White Lunch the same sentl- raenf and Mid that Greeks in to Mre of elec- tlo'a that betting of leu to one wu In Mr. NIrai pointed out that it was a fight between the Royalists and. the Republican parties and the Royalists won out With the election of Rbal- lis there a possibility! that the agit- ation to brine Constantino hack will be re-opened. X i Such an oecarrance, Mr. NIcus con- tinued, will mean much trouble for Greece and would likely be.its ruin." was the man for the poai- said.' c- While, the, defeat 'of Venlzeloi per- sonally U; regretted, i the majority of the Greeks locally consider that the yenllct of the election was not so much against the Prime Minister as agalnet the party with which he was connected. This party, it is staled, lias been guilty of very, arrogant ac- tion'and has, constituted itself ter- faction agalnst: all those who held "royalist views In favor of the ex-King Constantino.' Attention was callecl in this regard to what took place In Greece at- thS time there was an attempt at .the assassination Venizeloi whlla he was in Paris. SUGAR PRICES Kafir has taken a drop !u 4> Lethbridge. It Is now selling at 16.50 a hundred retail and at .17 cmila a pound, lu small loif. The case of Halpln vs. Grant aud Co. is proceeding In the Supreme Court, with witnesses called for the defence. In the evidence given by McDrlde, tlis bridge constructor j j for the company, It transpired that no. i light jvas. placed by the ditch Into which the plaintiff and his car fell. It slated that everything was done to conform to the Irrigation Act and the Rural Roads Regulation, In the way of digging a furrow and placing new hoards at the ditch. It was tended by witness that the new whita boards could be easily distinguishable i at night, aud so answered the purpose '.of a danger signal for motors with GYM CLASSES ON THURSDAY Congestion in School Aceom- modation Warrants Hurried Action The urgency -if dealing with the congestion lu the-school accommoda- tion in the city called for a special fords, ia charge'of James Dickie, an examination. "The Instinct of the j meeting of the trustees of the public _u -------i _.. Tuesday night, to deal ____..._.__.... with the situation. At the meeting young'calves. Among the horse having more was decided to go ahead Immedl- with plans for making a four room addition to Westminster School, to be proceeded with as soon as the preliminaries are over. The addition will be oa the e'ast side of the school with separate entrance. The matter of a better heating sys- tem for Galbraith. School was gone] he hai twentjr-sereli head of short' headlights. "How about a horse and hems and twenty-seven head of inquired counsel in crosfr fords, ia charge'of James Dickie, an examination. "The Instinct of the j old cattle man of the west. The short- horse would prevent it" from ruunlng j horns are made up of heifers, cows and! into; the ditch" answered witness. "A young'calves. Among the'herefordSjCase'of the horse having more sense are cows and calves. a motor car" remarked his Lord- A few. romney marsh rams will also' ahip." "A case of horse inters be offered when the sale commences posed Mr. Sinclair, 0. o'clock tomorrow. Former Leader Likely to Ad- dress Meeting in Lethbridge _: Early in December Hon. T, A. Crerar aiid Mr. H. .W. Wood, of the lie in Leth- U. F. A. Returns From That .Constituency Unexpectedly Good The U. P. 'A. for member- ship is still going strong and the re- ports issue fl from the Calgary head- bridge for a public meeting 'on Decem-1 Quarters, covering, Saturday's returns, jber'9. That Is the earliest a of received; was shot and stabbed to death while he was leaving the House, and the homes pt several other royalists were raidedA appears to be a strong liking for Constantino. His abdication was regarded as .voluntary, jnade, as the provincial secretary of the.U.F.A. organization fund, -'l_i .1 ..___'' -__ winl r. had communicated with the Calgary headquarters In re; gard to getting Mr. Crerar end Mr'. Wood here for the annual convention of the Lethbrldge district of the U.F.A., which is scheduled for Decent details not given, Medicine Hat is forging to the front In tho campaign. When crop condil; Ions are considered for that district the returns are very gratifying, one U. F. A. official stated Gymnasium classes for Thursday are for Wesley church'at the "Y" gym. At the Boy Scouts and hoys 13 to 15, and at 7 o'clock the Tuiis Boys will hava thctr Tfes Boy Scents wiM hold a eupper.and organisation meeting immediately following the gynj'work. New'Wholesale House in Leth- 'bridge Has'Made Excellent telhbfidge has become the distrib- I una ato. It was resolved that a new heat- uling centre for another lino of busi- Ing system .bo..put In, as the presout ness. The Qreai West Rubber and Is Jnadeo.uate for tnc purpose. This j Footwear Limited; are now open for system is what Is known as the Dun-1 business. This' is the concern of ham system .on the vacuum plan, and which Gerald Blctcher. formerly of the will cost in the neighborhood of JSOO.j Standard Bank, and Asa Parks, form- Plans and specifications submitted bylerly of the Dominion Rubber Systems 'Co., of Calgary, were Limited, have organized the.'Duuham ____jt gone into, and it was decfdod'to let the firm "proceed i with the work Ject.to guarantees for tho elllclency of the system.''. JURYMAN FINED; 1-V FAILED TO APPEAR CALLED Their business cover southern Dominion-block they have approximately square feet of floor spice for their warehouse, show TooTris-and offices. 'They occupy that portion of the Dominion Block formerly uSeJ by'Greenflelds Exchange and the'International Bible Students, with the cellar under both sections. These sections have been convenient- ly connected with doorways; Already they have a stock on hand retailers will people regarded it for the good of the jber 8 .For the Saturday business Medicine: it from the blockade Mr- Crerar aud .will at- Hat conies second, with Bow niver" at the .time. Imposed by the Allies. It a meeting at the" Canadian Conn-'stl11 ln 'he lead. Bow River sent in! was understood that his abdication I c" of Agriculture hi Winnipeg on Wl aiul Medicine Hat sent in 5504.35; Jurymen who fail to appear lu court. subpoenaed received a salutary warning, on Wednesday when George Harper was called before At-u 2 the bench and fined 510 for not being in hls.pla'ce to answer to the jury will he able to He stated.thatheyas in court when .Bn.f opened :.aa TTuesday and went away come- to Uie ing orders, full stock on the floor. when the think- "CT 'a' distributors for .Tack Ing his servIcSs'.wonld not be required Carlier Dominion rubbers and a was only'temporary for the duration De.9ember ol (ho war and that he would retnrn to fill his .kingdom when the war was over. Capt. Robson, Well Known Lon- Has Lot of Fine Shorthorns and Herefprds Thursday afternoon livestock men 111 southern Alberta will be ottered an opportunity .of obtaining some first class pedigreed shorthorns and here- fords. These animals have been brought all tho -way from London, Lethbridge for-sale rand are somewhat'of an experiment on the part of .Captatn of Lottt ifr. In pedigreed stock, specialising In' shorthorns for. a long time, and'has been shipping! Ha Is', now InTestigallng. the possibility of a good morket In tho west' his own i country. Cant. HDuson Is well Unowr. i In Alberta as a Judgo of shjrthOTas at In the Palace Second Ave, C and 7 will'be a date at I.etbbrldge, ac- cording to present information. DEMAND: FOR TIMOTHY BETTEp THAN ALFALFA The. demand 'for timothy hay from farmers in the Lethbridge district Is somewhat stronger this year than the farmers expected it would be.isaid W. A. Hamilton of Farm Products this morning. No. 1 timothy Is selling now for a ton on tho car..' The alfalfa demand Is not quite as good. The first, cuttins lacks color, which the second- Cutting possesses snd which is second cut- ting to sell better than.the first. Good No. 1, of the second cutting is selling for a ton bo the cars and No. 1 the first cutting Is bringing a ton on tho cars. Macleod subscriptions' totaled j- The subscriptions from Medicine Hal follow: Alex. Hay' Empress; J. H. Johnson. Aliierson, ?71; Carl Walker, Chinook, 5103; John N. Key, ?1S: Elderd Bedard; Reicll.lt, J77; A. 'OyenV J8L35; Gust Persons, ?2J. subscriptions are: Jno.: Mclnties, Mldnapore, W. J. Evt ans, Blackie, A. Burbldge, Mac-' leod, -V 'or a littlB time. In answer to Sir. Justice Hyndnian he said tbat he did not hea'r'htm r6ay, thai the jurors call- ed and nbt empanelled had to appear a" Products of tho Dtn- ofj-. Wednesday morning. His Lord- '.op Over, worth' of St. Thomas debentures were, disposed of .locally' during the pay year. O. BOX PHOME 1619 Income Tax SI'ECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE .PATE.RSON AND CO. Aeadli Bulling 812-Thlrd'AvenUi South THE SIMPLEST. MEAL AT KIRKBY'S RESTAURANT is as carefully prepared and as well served aa llie most elabor- ate courec dinner. When you dine here your tastes aiid your humors are catered to ns sin- cerely as they would bo nt your dearest friend's, Special lun- cheon for the business man and a splendid "after-theatre blto" are featured here. AVE, SOUTH name Chief .Moun- tain was chosen for this company because it stands for everything that is pure.and unadul- terated, Chief Mountain Creamery Products Stand for thing, ar.d the Compiny that theao otaads bark" of their prodiicvi Chid Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIOGE, PHONE 1929 snip however refused to take the ex- cuse. -In regard (o thVca'lling of tho Jnry, JUs well that the'public should know. :hat. they, are sjiMrfoned Border of ih'o Judge from a'.jls.t. n't names submit- lea by the that in ratling to appear, they'will be disobey- ing the order of the; Judge and1 not of :hb sheriff, to whom'Is orily.lsaued a praoclpe for calling'the Jury. .j'Glanworlh village councllhas pur- chased a" lot'on which tcl erect a lib- rajy building. BAWDENBROS. PHONE 62S ALL FEATHER PILLOWS PER PAIR TOTHEPUBUC-ATliEiNTION! For thotc the stock strain of the bhorthorn -Scotch Topped Durham and Heif- (30 head to select from) ATTEND THE AUCTION SALE AT THE PALACE LIVERY BARN On THURSDAY, NOV. 18th ALSO 30 head of the best Hereford strain Cows and 200 CHOICE RAMS f Will offered for on the same date. WATCH THE PAPERS PARTICULARS large line .footwear, fells and felt findings. Besfdes this they will handle Dunlop-'tires, accessories and mech- i Program Taking Well The C1'rtst' delonstS P-rWraln four-fold program following tha life WAKE UP If you're Interested In the future of golf In Lethbridge attend the open meeting for general dls- cuHfon Thuraday njaht at 8 plfn, in the Mayor's SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND BOYS WORK LEADERS Don't forget tho convention In Wesley hall tomorrow. An: afternoon session will be held but It you can't make It don't 4 miss" the evening session and he on- liaad for lhe: bauqUct' at: Leading Sunday, workers will and tho sessions will he live .with structlon and You will also be able .to have, your problems. ULscusBe'd (and re- ceivifsome real practical ncln ill yonr Sunday school work: Uie physical side-of the program he cannot rsiiijn Tuils 'very long. Tha program Is one whlcli develops all the fine qualities of a leader, for tho boys practically operate tfcslr i Squares.. believe that the' only way to develop a boy aud teacli him anything Is to let him learn by doing. This program affords all kinds of fun for a boy aud yet with a good leader- i ho is Into a real Canadlau v citlien and following the greatest umpla any program ever Boy Jeans. Emphasis is laid upon tho three greatest institutions in the land, the homo, the church and the school-" and wo seek to co-operate all or. I them. I X Tujis Boys basket ball learuo will' he organized shortly. A week from next Saturday the Tuxis- Boys of Eethbridge have hsjni down to Coaldale for a Tuils Con- clave, and a good time In general. Observation tripa to different inariu- faclnrlne plants' and Industrial con- cern's will be in the program Tho mentors or leaders of tha Ijoys have organized a square of their own nnd- are meeting once a week to live the program themselves and then they will pass it on to the Tlie new boys' depnvtmeat will bo' in operation at the y. M. 0 A In l'i near future. Possibly it ed with a big, hang-up good tlroc fni tha boys a week'from Friday night, DOPnTFOrWSEf The-only placa where.you'can- get your shoes repaired by prac- Heal Is at Hutton A Perkins 418A Fifth Stress south Phara a doors S. of Colonial That this company has a big future ahead of.lt can'he realized when It is known that iU nearest competitors to the east are in Moose Jaw and to the west Vancouver. In the Is Calgary. Thus it will he seen-that this is the only company, of Its kind operatiag. In the Lcthbrlilge territory and- It Is a Letli- bridge every sense of the; word. Travellers are now on, the road.asd' everything to'cater to ttie needs; of. the merchants of southern Alberta. AUCTION SALE .OF PURE BRED STOCK CONSIGNED TO. CAPT. T. E. ROBSON -THERE WILL BE OFFEHED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTIOM At the Palace7 Li very Barn, 2nd Avenue South, ON THURSDAY, NOV. 18TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 30 HEAD OF COWS AND Some in cnif nml some, with calves at foot. Ages 3 to 7 years. Some of the dual typo and somo ol the best beef. Registered Shorthorns, Scotch lopped. "These are all selected slock. J 9 HEAD REGISTERED Cbws and Heifers. Some in calf and somo with calves at foot. 4 REGISTERED SHORTHORN i'to 6'ysdrs oW_ SELECTED A number of choice Romnsy Marah and Zlamboulelte breeds, from 1 to 3 years old. 1 REGISTERED CLYDE STALLION, rising two years old. 2 REGISTERED CLYDESDALE MAKES, 6 years old. la foa) weight 3200 Ibs. TERMO CASH CAPT. T. E. ROBSON, Owner and Auctioneer BARGAINS in TIRES Second-Hand Tires and Tubes PRICES RANGING FROM UP ALL SIZES Why go to the expense of buying new tires uiul tubes when you can buy them at half the price, NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY- Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works ,i -v. 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH WHICH ARE? YOU GOING? Are you advancing towards the land of practical accomplish-, ment by studying the problems you are to meet, or are you neg-.v lecting the opportuni- ties that fit you for- a useful career? Plan opiioilunlty to you to secure a first class business education and to pay for It yourself after you graduate, KEEP ON READING MB. EDUCATOR'S TALKS Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make this cafe a favorite with you, too. The'Yak C12 FIFTH; STREET SOUTH Quaker Bread Always in good taste, JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It also one of ifie cheapest of foods. Our purs, freahi milk Is tho kind you reed, Are You Uiing Buttermilk? U It excenoni iur cooklnfj and makes a goad drink. Only 60 per quart, delivered, Phone 1576 and have our driver call, THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 ;