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 Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL m LOCAL N1W1 WHOtl TOO BZPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HER ALPS FACE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1920 LETHRRIDGB, ALBERTA, KNOX CONGREGATION IN SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING Church Crowded at Sunday Ser- to God for peace and a small return, or what God has given us In the said Captain Denoon. "We ought to be thankful as a na- tion and as an Vmplre. This ,is a wonderful nation God his (siren us.'; he continued. The he Campaign For Ten Thousand has not patience with to be Christiana yet spend el' their money on' personal pleasure without giving to God. He conclude'd by pointing oat thai the Forward Movement etandj tor equipment, expansion and endowment At tie evening service'the Forwarc Movement alto had'a promlnen place. Sam Porter, Major Burnett, K W. Reickle, and Dr. YV. P.''Craig, glv Ing addresses. .The choir rendered 'A Harvest by Garrett .In Combining a harvest festival and i a tot; the Forward Move- ment brought hundreds of people to Knox Presbyterian Church on Sun- The morning service was devot- ed, to tlie Forward Movement and In '.ho evening cantata by the choir celebrated. the bar veil festival. At thei'eTenini! em-Ice people were turn- ed away on account of the'seating ca paclty being filled. Chain were used la the' altlei and even then sufficient roote was-not prbvlded.. "A Harvest CanU 1 Ten-thousand dollars IB the mark excellent manner., set f6r tots .week for the members and friends of KrJoi Presbyterian Church On Thursday hope to be atlo to rep'oft'thst this sura has been That nljht a meeting will be held in the church to hear final reports.. This campaign Is being held undei .the Forward Movement and half o the sum will be devoted to relieving the debt on the church. No offor debt on the church during.the war. Then efforts were directed war endeavors; Cap- tain DenooD told the congregation at The morning Service was.a depar- turo 'from -the: usual, custom of the 'church. sTh6 time" usually ilevpted to a sermon >vas given, over to talks by laymen'on the. ..Forward Movement, Captain Denoon also taking part in It.: Special music was rendered by the choir at Reason to be Grateful J. D. Hitinbotham was the first lay- man, and -he opined his re- rnarks with recalling sentiment that had been eipres'sed to the effect that churches have broker! down- and that religion has been a failure. "The Forward Movement gives this the was his to thbse charges. He stated' the object set for the Presbyterians .In the: Forward Move- ment was and although the campaign Is not finished this denomin- ation has raised which, he claimed, showed conclusively that tho Presbyterian chnrch is not dead. Now efforts ,are being made to wind up the canvass in different parts ot; Canada and Knoi Church, Lethbridge, "HIS MAJESTY" JUDGE JACKSON Judge Jackson, in some of the correspondence he Is in tha habit of receiving, Is styled "His Majesty, Judse Jackson." Evidently the writers have been Impressed with the ma- jesty of the law. Coleman Station'Burglarized on Sunday Some Money, Too .Coleman station of the C.P.R. was burglarised Sunday night. The total foss Is not known In kcthbridgo yei and will not be known until a check has been made of tho ticket case. Ing in line this weak. in Sparsely Settled Sec- Uons is Too Expensive Just Now Mayor Hardie; recovered rom bis recent Indisposition and pre- sided at the: regular meeting of tho city council, held'on: Monday. The matter of cement sidewalks, asked for residents In Fairvlew arid.BOUth. of Queen Victoria Park, was decided ac- cording to the .recommendation .of jommUsloaer. has been giving the subject; consideration.. commissioner "considers that :he cost of laying cement sidewalk at the present time prohibitive ex- cept In closely built up streets where :he property can bear cost. As to wood havo not oeen fonnd to-be satisfactory as the Liberal Leader Spends a Week in British Columbia Before Coming Back to Alberta Hon. MacKenzle King, Liberal lead- er, will spring west after his viait to Calgary before arriving in Lethbridge He will coma to Lethbridge through the Crow's Nest, reaching hero at 4 pirn, on .October IS. His Itinerary calls for htm to leave Calgary at 6.15 a.m., on October 13 He will reach Kamlpops at 11.05 p.m the came day and will remain thero until 5.45 a.m., on the 14tb. That day he wilt Visit Sicamous, Okanagan and Pcntictori, where he will remain uu til S a.rh.'-on the 15th. Mr King nil! a longer stay a Nelson than anywhere along that line? Ho will arrive there at 10.65 p.m. on the ISth'ahd will leave at G.30 a.m. on the-ISth, going to Cranbrook, where 9 0 0 ADDRESS MAIL MATTEFt PROPERLY All mall matter will be re- turned to sender unless proper- ly addressed. This refers par- ticularly to mall matter for local delivery, which must be addressed to box, street num- ber or general delivery. DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE WELL INFORMED ABOUT IRRIGATION Utta' OBOI1 Ilia U O Ul lliw LIU ACL vatc. t r" u m.iu Word of the burglary was received by he wjjl arrne at 4.10 p.m. on Iho' C. D. SlacKIntosh, superintendent of' 18th and nill leave at 6.45 a.m. on the the southern Alberta division by a re port from the agent-at Coleman. ,'lt appears that tho burglar or burg lars entered the> station through thp freight' door. A window was broken. Two or three bottles of whiskey were from the express till-and some small chango from the ticket agent's .till. .Efforts heil been made to enter the station by a door In the rear. 9th proceeding directly to Lethbridge where he will address a mass meeting at 8.15 o'clock that night. BUYS YAKb AT PENTICTON The. Commonity Lumber Co. with head offices in Lethbridge, has pur- chased the yard and business of the K. MoKenzle Lumber Co., atPenticton, B.C. L.' P. Dossfl, who was for a num her of years with the Pioneer Lumber Co., of -Lethbridge, becomes an esten live shareholder in the company and maintenance'cost Is high as-well as is now in charge of Its British Colum the first cost; .Mr.. .Meech polntefl thj forward of the eastern chprchea, speaker, as In the days long gone .past, the church members were responsible for layin; the foundations; that- have followed the, church to espahd in the manner it Again speakingaboii the present 'day he stated that the sum the Presbyterian chnrch; as given above, was gifts of rich people but was1 the con- tributions of the ordinary, people. In closing h9 said people should be willing to Qod after passing through tlit past 5 years. He was thankful Hev. Captain De- tioon was-able to return from the war, The Forward -Movement J.-G. Robertson followed Mr. Hlgin- liolham and'spoke about tho Forward Movement in relation to the Presby- terian General-Assembly. He told of reports at the assembly In regard to thu expansion ot the church and told ot hospitals; and dispensaries establish- ed.In Canada ana In.foreign landl. Jlofe than three hundred people are employedliri such Institutions In for- cign cqiintrlMi be'announced. ,In trying to real I BO the she of the FrbBbytpflan Church ho compared It With a'forge trust and odly P.iacad the large railway corporations of Canada ahead o> it: The only different was, ho'said, (hat tie, ohurcb. a nnihropio institution, good- ness brbadcant.: l nro giving thanks to God to- day becaiiso of HJB great goodnessto in as a nation'anil as an snld Cap'Utn Dehoon, "ami o-4r thank Offerings' are Jiiit an expression of our rfpprebislfon Any country today; situated and blesitd as Can- uila' ought to bo able' to glvo. lie continued. -llo lolfl of helng In quarantine with his unit when.Armlstlco was signed, On the day the received, he said, ha. approached the Colonel .with the request that tho parnde bo riandtd oVet1 in hfmi'vthhir services wera allowed In quarantine bill on this occasion Hie Colonel al- luwort It Dtnoon tl'ianksfor tho-Blgnlhr of the. Armis- tice anrt.Hie approschlnx peaco. soldiers sang "Praise Ood Ptom Whom 'All DlesBlnga Flow." Me knew what had (0 con- tend with arid what K lot of people In Canada hart to, wrote many let- tore to relatives: ttlllnj; of tho dosth ot those to tnelr hcarla. 'For the ertdlng of this state of affairs Captain Denoon said everyone should bo thankful to the AimlgM? Cod. Prophets of QloOnl Captain, Ucnoon Ipoko of the many prophets of gloom .which havo been miking themselves heard but he did not with their utterances. "It is a great thing to be alive toilar. It Is a great" tblhg to tMrtk God has given ui a chanco to mold a hs laid, ''Th6re never was to tnqch charity, kindneii and iplrlt of Chriit In world is today, believe thft world Is getting better. IB more kind- and unielnshntUB, education and mcjro of tho goOi! "f Hfo.___ USTO we ought to b6 thankful liyfcy, Our gifts are t gralltpde out' that occasionally It hajipens that a team .may be spared' from the ordln- ary.'str'eet maintenance', work; and he suggested that a cinder walk without curbing be laid' down In' the district as .circumstances; permit. If the weather conditions ate .favorable a commencement on-this will made this.fall. j for city, council has Been Informed that the; freight .for; the. Bessonean hangar delivered .ffoml Angtisi Ont., bia business. The Community Lumber Co., -Ltd, with a capital of has been licensed as an extra-provincial com- puny In B.C. William F. Gurd, of Vancouver, is tiie attorney for tho concern.; The cbrapauy has its head- quarters In the. Acadia' Block In. the city. ,113 ADDED At the close of the revision court on will bo J1.S3 per hundred with a min- Saturday, at 8 o'clock, there was in Inium of p'ounds.. If the cltyiall a total of-113 added to the voters will arrange for delivery the hangar (lists for'ti'e prohibition referendum will be placed here. Lefhbrldgo' during the sittings of the coiirt darlns Aircraft Co. has-undertaken to week. the hangar and to look after It. Flt'zslmmons says that ns the flying I season is uow1 over there would riot j be a'ny beneUt in.erectlng.the hangar this fall. Ha suggests that tho site for it be on somoot the city property i adjacent to the fleld'which the Ltth- bridge. Aircraft has al present, pro- vided tho C.'P. R. grant Us use next year. Thl5tmalter Is being taken up with the railway company. the Fcd-eral Goals for a site for the erection ?.l H weigh, scales has boon set asldn tor tho prcs-j ent on the recommendattott of Com- missioner Mecch. Wants Information A communication was received from J. B. Davles, of the Canadian Advoc; ate, asking that he be given informa- tion as to the nnmber of employees In tho city hall, the salaries paid, etc. I The council the reply] that the city hall and all the booksj therein are at his disposal, within rea-j eon, and advised him that all city cm-i ployees will bo Instructed to give hiu i tho neceKsary help to get any Informa- tion he may desire re men and women employed, the'duties of each, the am- ount paid, whether married or'Single, and If ratepayers. AGED GENTLEMAN DIES IN CITV Robt L. Hayncs, who had lived in Lethbridge. for ten years died at the'residence of his son, 292 leaves four sons and-tHree daHQhters to mourn his are Mrs. Harrison, Kafnond, B.C., and Mrs. Wm. McKay, Acme, Alta., and Mrs.J.'Jarvts, New Westmin- B.C. .The cons are: Isaih, of Lethbridge; Myles, of Ham- mond, B.C.J'and John E., of Olds- bury, .Alberta." Rector Read Unity Appeal From The Lambeth Conclave At tho Sunday morning service al St. Augustln's the rector, Rev. Gore M. Barrow, read 'part of the recom- meudation of the Lambeth Confer- ence in regard to tho re-union o: Christendom. The Conference recom mends to' the Authorities of the Churches ,of the Anglican Communion that they should, in such ways and a such times as they think best, form ally Invite the; authorities of othe Churches within their areas to con fcr with ttieni concerning the posslbil ity of taking definite steps to copper ate in a common endeavor, on the llnea set forth in the appeal for re- union, to restore the unity of tlie Church of Christ. The Conference recognizes that the task of effecting union with other Christian Comnjunlons must be. under- taken by -the.'.'various national, re- gional, or provincial authorities of the Churches within the Anglican Conv inuiiion, and confidently commits to them tho1 carrying out of this task on lines that are .in general Imrmouy with the principles "underlying Us appeal and .resolutions. The Duke of Devonshire was In Lethbridge for ten minutes on Saturday night. No deputation was present at the station wheti the vice-regal train pulled In frctn the west at ten o'clock at C. D. MacKlntosh, superintend- ent of the-southern Alberta divi- sion of the C.P.R., accompanied the train irom Crow'ftj Nest, to Dunmore, the extent of tha divi- sion and west. Mr. Mac- Klntosh, fn an Interview this morning.' stated the Duke 'of Devonshire had a surprising know- ledge, of details concerning south- ern .He was. able to discuss irriga- tion in all Its phases and waa aware of what each community along the line was trying to do. and with the outstanding points of the different places. He wag right up to the mtnuto In the labor.sit- uation. TO STAND TRIAL ON SERIOUS CHARGE Aldlne Nelson, of Jenner, Alberta, appeared before Judge Jackson, on Monday morning, for election On a charge of Incest on' wSiich ho' was committed for trial at the preliminary hearing. He elected for speedy trial, and will be sent to Calgary for that purpose, the offence having mitted within the judicature1 of-the Calgary. District Court. NOSlGNF TEACHERS' CONVENTION NOVEMBER 11 AND 12 Tha dates of the convention of the Southern Alberta Teachers' Association has been changed to Thursday and Friday, Nov. 11 anil 12 to suit the conven- ience of 0.': Fred McNally, super- visor, of education for the prov- ince who will fc'6'.tho chief speaker at the .The evening speaker has not'yet been selected. It is expected there will bo about 300 delegates the convention from outside points. AGED SEVENTY-SIX; WINS MONS STAR Glazier, in the lith battalion, Royal ageal 70, this morning ro- 'ceired the Mons Star from the British war office for his services In the great vfar. lie ho'onllBted. Glazier, who had'sen-ed in the Fenian raid, the; and the Russo- Japanese sent to England'by privatoi subscriptions, after attempts .by enlist In the C. B. F. In 1014 had failed; You may have looked at a Suit, an Overcoat, a Dress, a Waist or any other article of wearing apparel and believed it 'to bo unfit for further service, Fool- ishly, you were ready to Bend it to tho rag heap. That's a mistake. Senil_ypur clothes to tit for a thorough dry cleaning. Our special process will show yoii how fresh nnd clean, wo can "make your old garments and glvo additional wear, Our City Dye And Tailoring PhoHe Elh St. 8, The place where customers come beck. Wm. A. McCormick, former ward pr, of been appointed rnagis Irate lot er A meeting of tho deputy returntng offlcers with G. H, Dunning, returning ofllcer, of the Lethbridge Northern; Ir? rigatlon district will be held at .the end of tills week. At this meeting all details for the 21st be-gone'oyor with. .1: It Is expected that on -this, occasion the deputy returning officers .will ba able to give. a good Mea of lite feellug tbvoushout the dletrlot. toyVard the jassing of the by-law.4. At the: present :ime no action is belbg-taken'in' regard to any organized campaign by. (he officials of the district; i' However should that a growing opposition IB making Itself felt it is likely a Series1 of rneet'lngs may be held next week, previous to election day. Half-Holiday Continuance No announcement was made' thlt{ morning by the Lethbridge branch'of the-Retail Merchants' As- sociation as to the results of the peti- tions on early closing on Wednesday. However The Herald understands that the split still exists in thei? ranks. Some merchants are still determin- ed to remain open Wednesday alter. well as Saturday evenings and as they affect particularly' every line of retail; business In the city others are hot willing to commit the'm- selves to stay closed'every Wednesday Afternoon, during the winter months The is understood, .and a great chants signed them in.favor of closing Wednesday afternoons but as an one blanch of them Is to remain open concerted'action will be hard to was. pointed out liy one merchant 5 T- OEA-APLO f, DELIGHTF'UL'DRINK Here's a cool, refreshing, like- able drink for child or adult. It's a bevorago that you can with safety and enjoyment eerve at your (ablo or to yoii'r gueuts. :.Try It at your faVorlto fountain today. A FULL LINE OF SOFT FLAVORS Nftthing further has developed in re< fcard to the raise of wages asked for by tho civic employees. The meeting In regard to It had bCCii jiOfitptjnctl from Monday last week, on Which day It Was arranged to bo held so that (ho .city minors could come de- cision as to the proposal put to Ihcnj by tho city'council'nt tnklns'the oxtfa pAy as from September 1st and hold.. Ing the retroactive payment until next year. Up ta.tho present nothing has been heaH front the miners as to the decision come to, and the matter In abeyance until Ihey nro heard from. It Is understood that the min- ers have referred Iho question to heart- In Calgary and decision 16 awnltcd from that quarter, HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF" BRAD CREAM- ERY BUTTER If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us have his name. People that have used it pay It is good and come back for moro and you'will do tho same., Ail tho leading grocers In the clly aro handlfhg this fina, brand of butter. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. J. PRACTICAL BOOT SHOE REPAIRER TO THE I am n returned vetenin, and, being unable to; follow my', for- mer pccupatlon ability; I took a course. In Boot and Shoe out successfully, and have started in where 1 can jiandle all boot and shoe repairla'g, 'All'ia'y work-is'! guaranteed 'to glvo satisfaction." Boliclting the favor of J. CARTER Always in good taste. JOHNG1LMORE Limited -BAKERS PHONE 378 RETAILCLEWS-ATTENTION NOTICE THAT v -WILL BE HELD IN HARPER'S HALL; TQiGHT-rMON. AT. 7.30 P.M. ALL PLEASE ATTEND DON'T FORGET onlr ifnert you ean get your Mnalred by (Icsl taoefflakers Is at Mutton 4I6A Fifth South 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice, The Yale B1Z FIFTH STREET SOUTH FARMERS, ARE YOU ON 0 OUR PAYROLL for We are sending out money orders daily cream received. Ship your cfeam to us for the-best price, prompt returns and satisfaction, CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. PHONE 1576 K Lethbridge School District No. 51 Night Classes Classes have been organized and will commence work on MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4Tfyin the following subjects: AT THE MANUAL TRAINING ARITHMETIC AN6 ENQLISHl SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING AND eOOKKEEPINQj MOTOR MECHANICS) CHINESE CLASSES, AT Pit AND FIRE B04S; ENdLISH FOU Fiirttter eftr6lmont will' be (it either o! (hs abovo sohooh ovory MOHOAY at 7.39, Th6 to 'finflOuncc tnal claaSSS will be Organized' find commence frprk'on October 1Kb, In tha Manual train- ing building, for .vishlfte to lake tha examination, for Stoatn Engineer, 6r P.ny pe'riwa Inte'restCil In these dosses, J. E. HODS80N, Siipcri.ntontlont of Schools, ;