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


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Pa8e of Live Local News 'JLetbbrtbge All The Local Where You Expect It WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1'JHI LlvTHBRlDGE, ALUKUTA. I'ACUi SEVEN; The cost o[ milk, meats, and shoes in the city is to be subjected to investigation by the Board of Commerce, in accordance with a resolution adopted by the city council. This resolution instructs the city solicitor to make out the necessary papers to be forwarded for investigation into the cost of milk, in connection with the kindred industries ol the manufacture o( butler and ice cream, the cost of fresh meats, packing House products, general groceries, clothing ind shoes in the city. OGH1VE1ERANS10BEIESIED BY HIM FINE DONATION TO G.VV.V.A, BUILDING FVJNO o I Another ;o :sc 0. V. A. UullQluK fund id acknowleilgcj by Treasurer It [f A grunt of J200 from Sir Alexander Gait I. O. K v fiHII FURES SHALL BE FIVE Oil 1EH Public Reception Now Planned For Prince Thursday Evening Council Decides on o Three I Surplus Last Year Paid Off Back a Year Need- cd lo Pay City Months Trial of Five Cent Fare Whether the f Ircel car fares are to j remain at five cents or revert lo tbe ten In ihe hands of the ell- la the proportion In which the reJuced fares are made use or hi in- croastug ihe revenue Trom car (ares. Tho reverting tn ihe five cent (are Is of a tentative description to find out TIOT ihe five cent fares works out as compared with the ten cent fare. This !H denoted by the following resolution passed hi regard to Ihc alteration now lu force In respect to Ihe car fares. "Whereas it was decided that a trial of the high and low street railway Tare should be made, to determine which would five the best results respect, lo the interest of both the rid- i ins public and the street railway fln- j knee. and1 MEMBERSHIP NEEDED} "Whereas tlie l.igb fare has been I given three monies' trial it Is now de- i LAKCE SUSTAINING Tlie recently published yearly Committee Proceeds With jjram Though Ni> Delinite Acceptance Has Been r Received dccoralioos, so far known, are ihc fol- lowing: Captain Military Cross. Cross. cial statement o[ the local Y.M.L'.A. appears to' have rather misled Ilic Tin- surplus shown was tbe result of the having received 4G.OOO as ils jjercenlage of the Red" Triangle fund [or 191S, and Ihis amount was used to pay off the "Y's" back debts, all of which are now paid off, The "Y" lias been paying Its way cided to give a tlirac months' of finan-la low fare, in order to determine ulifcli fare should be finally adopted. "Therefore, LD it resolved that, be- ginning October 1st ani attending ui LU January )sl. the street far fares be as fol'ows: Adults, sli tickets tor 25 cent.? or five cents cash fare. Chil- dren, tc-n tickets for 25 cents or two for Qve cenU cash or five cents single fare." Suhjeu 10 i hi1 approval of Ilia f (JeriL-rnl L. M. Koyal Highness Hie Prince of Wales, !j0hnstoce Mre Pumefather. Mre. public reconllou will be lield In ihoj Ul a Mrp I mestrooni of the barracks of the Jl.X. AmsworUl- J' h- M" M.I'. frc-m p.m. onwards. This MtKillop. "Mrs. Altc Smltb. Mrs. wit] follow die usli of the Priuco toJMetch. Freeman, Mrs. Cony- ihc smoker nt ihe vt-ierans' club, if the j beare. .Mrs. Siarnea. 1 arrangemcm liuM- goinJ. Dsnce Called Off I In regard 10 public reception The dance of iho mounted police ar- ihe following committees I raugtd lo take place on the 2nd cf 'have been appolnu-d: October liae bf-en called oir owing in Music coiniDJssLon- the death of Iiispecior Chaney. 'fhie was not purl of ihe program for tha Oil n a tonnniiiee Mcech a-id j Prince, but Ihe usual monthly dance .Mrs. Trcemaii. iof the H.NAV.M.R, with the date fixed Hcfreslioient committee Mrs. S lor Oct. ind, so as lo eive the Prince Mrs. Alns-jine opportunity of visiting the same worth and Mrs. PenncfaiheT. I informally If Lt so desired. j Sattalehcwaii. The orig-.ihe greal i inally in Winnipeg In 1SS2. 80 J coming bore ahead of steel. Mr. VI-1 "The opening of braiicbes was SUP- Iberi points 0111 ihai the L'nlOn was pended during the war.' commented Ilic firs! lu bt'tomt cstabliEhed !o the .Mr. Vibcil. "bul since Ihe filgalng o' province of Alberla. ihe bracch at1 ihc armlsUce alt the large banks branches, three" of whlcli. Clearwaier. being opened as (ar back have been active In extending and Graysville and Honjewood, are in ihe as February, 33 years I ihe Union lias nol been behind. In fact province of Manitoba. The band's 'l was first Urancb of the I our progress lias been pronounced. chain of branches Is Vnlon wcsi ol Winnipeg, anal We have opened some SO new branches so far this year, hi an effon Philip Viberl, Now Chief Inspec- tor Tells of Early Days of the Institution (Winnipeg Free Press.l The I'nlon' IJaifh of Canada n ounces the opening of ten thus brought up to a total of 375, ap- proilmately SO of tliesc having been coittinued so untlt December. 1SOO, when Carbcrry. .Man., a'ud Mooso- eslabllshed since the slgutng ol the mm wcre In rebruA'ry. ia-Ji. armistice. Ou'sidt Ihis province the Boiasevain. .Man., was added 10 (lie newly eslabllshcfl offictB ore tt Allowed by Xeepawa and SourSe. stone. KylevlMe and Minlarlo. Sasli.; 1 ToAay there ner some '2CO The program mapped ou( for the Ylslt of the Prince will be carried out. barring Uie public reception, from 7.30 o'clopk to o'clock. This recep- tion Till tnkC place In the mess room of the rnouDtcrt rol'-ce barracks, lo begin, at 9.30 p.m. and go on to sue-b limb Hfs'Royal Highness wishes. Tho program st iho barracks grounds will, therefore, end with the reception by Ihfi Prince of the neil-of-kin ol I hose wbo have fallen in the var. The Invetlllure There will be on alteration (11 time 6 to 6.45 set for the presentation Ibe decorations to veterans in order lliat tho InvcsliLure may Inke place hcforc sundown, il being contrary to 'military regulation that such func- tions should take place after the cue- Ionian" lowering" ot the flas at sun- down. The time set for Iho lowering "otjlic fJag.duHng the rnontb oI.Oclo- ;her IB the Investiture, will fa lie place befort then. The progrRrn arranged is sL'.ll wiih- out the 'occeptarice "of the Prince nnd ;inusl, therefore, be rftgoMed as unoffi- cial until such acceptance Is received. L'p to noon .today no definite oilicial been received. Thoie To Be Inveited Among those to. bo Invested with Mrs. (Copt.) Cross. for Kome 1Imc uc Private Gordon j 5Upp0rting jf n-ere nol t-naL ed Conduct -Medal. Gunner W. Medal. Private Modal. G. K. Gunner K. F. Medal, In addition to these there arc (decorations unknown) Sergeant Com- ric and I'rivnte McDonald. Time Table" With the necessary alteration In re- eartl to the llmc set for Ihc lime (able for tbe program of Ihe royal visit ia as follows: 'to of Ihe Prince at Ihc the reception commit- c. 4.45 to 5r-ProcGCil to Board of Trade Building. Head Ing ot tlie civic address and reply to. the same by ihe Prince. 5 to school children's wcl- omc. 5.10 iq to'lbc grounds of tve "Mounted 1'ullcb bnfrackfi. 6.20 lo to the .Indian en canipmenl on Ihc.practice ground ol the Cih S. Presenlatloii of decorations to vet ,E and inspection of veterans. 10 pay the pfly nearly 011 Its Ojvlng to thfa il needs a very large membership lo be successfully financed each year. and this year will need sustaining tind senior memberships, etc.. to cover an amount of from three lo four thousand dollars. The directorate Is pulling on a big membership campaign for one ivcek, commencing October Gib, and in vlevr of the "Y's': proposed program for (he son expects a good responsG (o be j able to trover the csttmnled budget Tor the year. Canada "Will Even- Dollar To Change From'War lo Peace H. A. M. SELECTS GOLF Great new problems arc facing the world today. The war has loft almost tvery civilized nation In a stale of "Edmonton and In the Early Days In connection with Ibis expansion Ph. Vibert. clilef Inspector here, draws a, comparison of historic interest, "Twenty-nine years ago I went from Quebec rjty. to Lclbbridsc, and ut tbat ttpic the Union Bank of Canada was a small affair with only IS said Mr. Vibert. "The Union Bank ot Canada Is now represented at 69 points In Matii- lloba, G9 points In Albe.rla, and 112 in i country .reust te maintained at the ,ldc of prosperity tbal Is flowing orcr Ihe land. Victory Loan 1919. will do this. Canada asks very citizen lo lend to Lht utmost that this national prosper- ity may be kept at high tide and that her he.met 100 per cent. of Can.d. WMl o, to txtend (he possible banhlnp accotnmodaiion throughout the west." J. Crandall. emloycd in the C. -V. II. 'shops at Moncton, B., was severely burned by a gas explosion. BALLS FOR THE PRINCE chaos. These problems must he mcl; ihe has tok be faced no mailer The honor ol selecting Ihc halls for the Prince's 'game at Mac- Icod has devolved on II. A. McKUlop, ol Loth-bridge, .in Ihtj frvme and tlon bargained' a hole ILL one. A'nun lina been ablo to do ihe Irick iii this way Is presumed lo know Ihc best hall by which the Cent can lie repeated. Mac has select- what Ihe cosL Canada is no eiceplion to this rule. .Many strange things arc confronting the stattsmeny'of Mhe country today, and Ihc obligations of war arc tre- inendous. The change from war to peace cannot be, made In as short n. llmc as the one made from peace to war. This new era'is dawning but 6.40 to Scouts. of Dol- the variety of ball.lhat gave "him I Ihc breaking- of the new bo 1 those who have fallen in the war. o- New Irrigation Scheme West of C.ardslon Ha3 Reathed Vot- ing Slapc W-Jlh Ibe l.elhbrklgc Northern Irri- Kallon District safely piloted the Inlllal singes nnd launched as a cor- yorallon >vllh Us own ofliclftls author- to conduct business, a uuinbrr of: tho snmllcr rtlslricls are busy get- ling In sbfipe for volinR. The npconJ district to be formed will be the [.one Hock Irrigation district'west of Cart- slon. Voting will take place at meridian: All that portion ot sec- lion 9 lyinE norlli of thc-Beliy river; nil Itioso portions of sections 15, 22, 2S, 2S, 'X, lyinR iiorlli ivest o( the Hclly river; all ot sections 16 lo 2) inclusive: all of sections 27'to 30 in- cluslvo; all of tcclion 31 lylne south of the Walerlon rlvcrvnll of sections 32 lo 3G inclusive. In y railEG 27 irest ot the 41h meridian: All of section 24; all those (lOTlious of sccuoh.s'25, 26, 35, and 36 lying soulli and cast ot the Walerloi] river. In lownsliip 0 range 25 Treat of Ilic F A FWFRT W JL JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank Our meats fbr fame which 1ms oven readied Ibe purs of Ills Coyal Highness. He lias arefully sclerlccl a- box of Spalding ii) ivliich has been sent on to Maclcod-1. A. Is noiv nuxlously awaiting 10 hear how many holes were made in one by Ihe Prince on the Maclcod Dollars will- play a" tig In the transition period.' Money will oil tho whetlp ond keep (he machinery in mollou. Canada needs more money today to iccep goiog at Ml speed, and ounce of strength '15 needed to meet the after-llie-war problems, COULTRY Phone 492 J Mitt Mirktl MCE FRESH OYSTERS AND CRABS 11 III iriui-l. Hi. i II II i t I rnnch on Friday, October HH' msridinn: All Uial pnrL.oI sfecllon and K the vote Is lavorablo 'o erection of the district, another olec- tton >vlll be held Immediately" after the result Is known lo elect the board of trustees. t It. }j. Drown Is returning oftlcc-r fOr Ihe dlstrlcl winch comprises tFiej Waterlon river, foltowlne areas: In lownahlp 5 range 25 .wtfst or the !lh meridian; Thai port ton uf sec- tion north of Iho river; rill LhaL part of sections 51 ant] 3J lying west of Iho Dclly river. ID township 5 wcsl ot the 5 lying west of the JJelly river; nil ol section C, In lownBliln C range west ot the llli meridian: All o[ section 1; all thu'so portions of sections 2, 3. 1, 5. nud 11 lying Boulb and east ot the IF STATELY DIGNITY Ts yftur choice for n mnntimont KO arc rc.idrlo siibmli a varlclr .or ile-ltni LtUibiidft MonarncnUl Worfcs IIh Alittl, Stulh, The Vancouver FUb Market Coaldile Block Phone 1 Food Conttel LIcenM Applied Cockshutt Potato Diggers Large Capacity, Ample Power, Perfect Separation. The liberal use ot high carbon steel in Ihe construction of thk machine Is a guarantee oI.lODg life, low and ihe re'duc- tion of annnj-ltiE field delij-s to i ralnlraum. A. SMEATON 1242 lit AVCMK South Agent for Cockihutt Impremanti, i Sergt. Joe Gillcspie Back f'rorn in 82nd a.s Privalt Ancient Order of Forestert N Will Hold a DANCE Sergeant Jfie Olllespie, son of Mr. and Mra. J. Gllletpic, It, back if tec an absenct of four years oversell. Enlisting as a privala Tic has rhen lo Rte of ser- geant. In his kcennets to get lo 'Ihe frontr Sergeant Gllldiple, AS he now Is, Joined the 82nd battalion whfn Ft was being rteruiled here while he wai under age, He was seven mo'hlhi jit front, Id tho Ifne by Leni, before It was dfKovered that he was1 below the age, he Was, ped to England to the boyi' train' Ino'camp until ip'eh came of military 'age- By time, however the armfttlee WAS slflncd. Thursday Oct. 2 In ihe K. P. Hall Gents Extra 50c MISS ARNOLD'S SIX PIECE OUCHESTRA WHY MAKE A WILL? By nol making a Will the owner of property and chattels surrenders his right to dispose of it as he thinks fit. Appoint, this Company as''your Executor on ac- count of its Experience, Responsibility, Economy and Continuity. t The British Canadian Trust Co. FIFTH STREET EXECUTORS LETHCfllDGE, ALBERTA CLUB CAFE We Scrrc the Ucsl 35c Meal in (ho Cilj-. Quick Service. 11 Our Coffee nncl Krcncli 1'nslry 13 Dlflcrcnl, UNDEPTAK1W MACKAY a Ml 3rd Avenue South-phono IW2 YOUR Storm Sash and Doors CalMZI I i-KRlllW i And we will send a competent man to quote rcqulremeDti. prices 03 your Stacey Lumber Co., Ltd. PHONE 421 CHAi, IRAOBEER, 'M.nto.r pOR those who have a liking for good popular songs thia month's offering compriie a choice selec- tion, auo new numbers by excln- aive Matter's Voice" irtitti. Make point to bear them early. M cfcom e4 -Tmte taf. iclroW orn op to on Mr- mcntt, il folk eopr .j-f fttc Muical Ejicitdi.