Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 14

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

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .'AGci-OURTEEN THE LETHnmnciR DAILY HEHALD. oevronKn ic, WASHIXGTOX, Oct. iUVolvcd: oc of Ihe claim that the nre resul: i pitting companies ot ChlcAgo bid fair dominate Iho wholesale grocery 'j-ade and already hmdled more ibau WO C6o4 products unrelated to the neat industry many ot Uiem lirecUr competitive as meat suhMlt- ites Li maie in part four of iba fed irade report oil iho -iiy i of production anJ iiis "Doos it result, tnd will H continue [o result, to ihp public in lower prices and better quality "of vice? '.Owiuj to the maze anil secrecy ot ihe packers' methods of luuch ot his the report adds. CM. iiKivasL's for leach- J ors of approximately 15 to 30 per cum. hftvo "decided 0 upon by tho local .'caool man- agdmeut tgniiuitleo' offecUvo -.s orTjauusrr l 'iieil- gor- craing diulug the proMtlon p'erioJ were also v published today. I "exact ou many of the com- 'The extent to vftfch the packer nullities not available for the coun- ihould be permit to enter unrelated lry 3S a which will ?how far tba coa'.rol has reach- Manv companies manufacturing [ood lines (even assuming the report said- ej_ 'Is a'mstier which the public interest pr handling these commodities are! ilone should determine. "Two quesLloue. primarily economic. hinl cf whicjj is disclosed Ly the controlled by packer Interests, no names under which ther operate BiuljBul Be Disregarded ereo a thorough-going examination may fail to uncover the packers' con- And He Hill Be Allowed GRAYSSYRUP-, SPRUCE GUM D WATSON I nectiou in every' T lie re Is sufficient evidence, the re- port cout limes, that tbe bij fiva are dividing Ih? Geld among-themselves, j Tho report tierlaria tho meal packers 4Iare and that their conirol of capitil and credit enables them to buy in such a was' as to re- call "upon a market In, which their purchase have forced up the price." It filso asserts that the pat'kera have ex- burin5 Ant} marketing tower due lo per- haps not always unlawful, bst'certain- ly "often Among these advaatages are enon- i crated packer control of 4J.S ppr cenL of all cold stomse their re- friserator car Eerrlce, lie ''highly fav- orable rules" obtained b? the paciera ferr ziixert carloads ot fresh meet and jpaclnns house pertaining j them 10 include a great variety ot goods "foreign1 to their slaughtering I business with resulting not alone in service, but abo in rate--" "Until Ihe packers are shorn ql trans portal ion advantages To Proceed them ttie the report fjr to tcth Tcrr- it, caj wilh it ccirc 'X IniptrciptibAv tt nrstr the juir.B'rccws frrtn th-2 nomil pia Thiy TLty prc- tiny opcricrs for jrflli'n-; bacteria to ittsck nnmamdsj tcoih Tooth-tise decar Ifcilors. E-rcn il the cavity w fillei lainl tte loclh saved, th; gums con-[ t'jius to Rencnib-rr, toe, l bidding gmi5 c.ct (or gcrnj to. 'there is no way of .heir true industrial efficiency." Swift Denies II CHICAGO, OcL F. Swift, president of the Swift and company. .j AKJzrt this Yet Py-onrbea four out' !o{ frya who orer forty, and tfch Fpibat Pj-crrhea- It is -'a (oolli BJ VO-JT tarth'trlth it. See h-yrr bleeoojf'cr leidc------ and HOT? teeth are j3- airily a-t aiid far, r jsdJ stit KORHAN'S LTD., ilontreil. Can 35a.aDi! 60c tubts. All Dnjegisls. OMAHA. Xebr.. Oct. Lieut. B. Paul. end W. Maj-ziard. flyins from, SL bixjke a s forced to ruabe a landing in a cornfielj Tuur ciiles north o[ AVahoo, Xebraska, JO miles weal of this city. shortly before noon today. Tho land- was effected wHUout difficulty aud without injury Lo pilot. i Ltl Him Proceed WAS HI NO TON'. Oct. Regard I leis of the rules of the coulest, Lieut. I Mayoard will be permitted to couliauc Tiis retain flight across the conUueut if Another liline can be touad for him in time, air service officials announced. They believe a serviceable ship is available near the place wiiera tie land- ed today with a broken crank shaft. Observer's Body Recovered DETROIT, Mich Oct. Tho body picked up yesterday of? Capa Kurd, Lake Huron, by boat 44 has been identified as that ot Observer Verhey- ter. who" will) Danimann. has been missiDg since their balloon, par- (icipaliu? in the national cbampioTi- ship race, was found off Core Oct. i. Weather Unfavorable BUFFALO. V- OcL in loday issued a statement denying ttie i tbe air derby HTCF charts that the Gve big by j mis section or the course was held up enlarging the scope of their business, ihiealened to control the wholesale grocery trade of the country which are contained iu Ihe latest report o[ the federal trade commission. .ffllBGlttSH. EOlt THE GUMS DISTRICT MEETING OF THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA BAPTIST CHURCHES MEETING IN LETHBRIDGE -Oct. 2Ut, In the Bipllit Church, 3rd 3. PROGRAMME DevclloDal Service, led by Rev. H. L. Kemplon, of Cal- '.farr- "A Forward Step ill the women's Work in Our Mrs. C. M. Slabs, 'presidcnl Women's ;Uon.' of Mission 'Circle and Band WorX. ot Mi-alor, <3unn. aspect 'of Foreign Missions." TTiH bo served Jn Church, by the Ladles, of the Forward .Movement. Serrice, by tbo Past- or, RST. F. W. Dafoe. Address, "Tho Religion of (he ncturned Solriier, am] Church's .Xleul. A. q. Virtue, M.C. J Spicfal Music by Ihe Choir. 9.00 Address tiy nev, C, C. McTjaurin. Ail'-of Ineae eessionj are open 'to the public and all arc cord- Jnrlted. Opportunity Given To On- tario Soldiers To Get On the GUELPH. OnL, OcL Wil- liam Hearst 1fi5t night anuouncei that the gOTcramenl. had. made arranga- another ship. meutg 'or last-minale registration for I returned soldiers, "At Iho ren.uesT of' the Tenons cOldSera' organlLaliona Ihe eoveramcnt has issued iDFUiictions to the chairmea of the votars1 tlon wherever soldiers slill de- sire to bo placed on llsLE. to hold sit- llDgd at laleaL possible moment for returned soldiers eaid the prime minister. These sltUnga will be held as late 26 Saturday Of IhIs week in order that erery soldier who ha5 relumed lo the country, or who may rclnrn ID time o role on Monday, will hare an op- portunity Lo vote. by unfavorahle weather today. Hain was falling heavily al Curliss field nnd telephone advices from Rochester were that Major Carl Spats, present leader on the return flight from ilin- eola to Sati. Francisco. Trill be unable lo leave until flying conditions im- proved. _ Smith Out of It WASHINGTON', OfL Lowell U- Smith, leader of tbe bound return flight In the trans-contin- enlal airplane race, is definitely out at tha contest and Trill return to his poEl by rail. It was slated today at air service headquarters here, His machine '-was desfroycd accidentally r by GreTast night after he had made a safe landing at Ihe Buffalo control station, but the ruling made that inasmuch ss the1 flight iras lo test re- liability of planes primarily, CapL Smith could not be permitted to con- tinue his flight to San Francisco in Ehlfts wlH have lo be resort- ed to in London If tte present over crowding In tho Pubic schools is con- laced. A Coated Tongue What it Means AJ bTOtli, acted tongae, bid Wt4 jo tbe moath, laopioT and debility, AK ilini tin the liter 19 oalol order. HlK- The UTU it HAY AND V: .OBAIN CO. Umon'Btnlt Chambera, Lfetbbrrdge, can fix you up wllh your Feed la Price xnd Prflmpt 252-6 mportAooe only to We n ana fie tare polsoni Within oar oira bodies which ire ts dndly M l eute'i venoa. Tlie liver acle u 07er our sittirg ool Ihe cinders from the circulation, A. HocVedc in tho intratar.a piles a heavy burden upon the liver. If are choked or cloBRt-d This Friday Saturday we Make Special Displays of Many New Lines in Greatest Demand Now Filling-in lines have come lo hand this week replenishing slocks in the various departments after the unusuallj- heavy selling of the Thanksgiving season, making assortments again complete in every department and enabling us to offer for tomorrow and Saturday as fine, andif anything finer, selections of new Fall merchandise than we have previously had lo jhow. AND AS FOR VALUES! WHEN WE LOOK AROUND AND SEE WHAT OTHER 'CIT- IES ARE SHOWING WE FIND THAT WE HAVE MOST CONSERVATIVE IN OUR PRESENTATION OF PRICES AND OF THE SAVINGS WOMEN CAN MAKE BY fcUYlNG HERE. AFTER CAREFUL OBSERVATION AND A THOROUGH S1Z1NG-UP OF THE SITUATION, WE ARE MORE CONVINCED THAN EVER THAT WE ARE WELL WITHIN THE MARK WHEN WE SAY THAT WE SELL CHEAPER BY TEN TO TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. THAN OTHER STORES HANDLING A SIMILAR LINE OF MERCHANDISE. COM-; PARE THESE- LINES FOR YOURSELF. (Conlribuled) conneciiott with, the Salvation 'a opening of Tvork at Tabcr, Ad- ulanl aud 3Irs. Johns (one, Envoy awson. Sister Jlrs. Slarks, Mrs. Clap- am and band of twenty-four players elebraled Thanksgiving Day In con- ucling a Eerier of meellng-g both musi- al and spiritual. The abore party left Ciftdcl 6n Sunday morning In ars, arriving at their .destination bout noon. From the commencement (heir visit a good reception waa Jren them from Mayor VicJcery, Chief Police Captain Fanlds, ReT. A. C. Bryan, Ttev. Mr. Wlffg'.ns and cltlzena if Ihe allernoon at ila Worship Ihe Mayor presided ipoke a few words of welcome to the :omlng of the Salvation Ann? to the city- Sister Mrs. Clapham sang, Uajor Tullock spofce a.few words on :be Army Adjutant gave an earnest address from Ihe Bible. The serrice was most Inspiring and-profitable to a packed audience, there being over 300..people In this meeting. The officer called upon Envoy Daws on to speafc; Mrs. Clap- iam Kare_another touching solo; Starts ElfG en true scrvlcfc lo God, The banJ rendered several good selections. The Adjutant brought this powerful service lo a close by an earn- t message from the U'ord of God. The following day being Thanksgiv- ing, tbe band urnler the Icadorphlp of Dandri.astcr Barnard gave a good con- cert at night In the Presbyterian church, chafrniaii, licv. A. C. Bryan The program consisled of eighteen Herns, recitations aolos and band se cirtulahon of the blood ;0f the principal pans of the program re much applamlrrl. Hocliallona Gossard Corsets Coaiplclo Dew stocks in plain and brocaded Colcrc white or flesh. A model for every figure at a price to sui! every purse. to Pattern Kats to A lieaullful and exclusive sbowinp, all exclusive with this store In models ot only one of c new cues on display In our millin- ery section tomorrow anO Sat- A Beautiful Showing of Newest Coats- Velours, Silyertone, Tweeds A liner lot ot coals tlian we hail to show a year ago at the price, Made In Lhc new full [Ion-tog loose barks, klniona bcltcil fronts; ex- cellent quality cloths in heavy winter vreights. -V truly wonderful variety of choice In this 550.00 lot, including all DID wanted colors such as brnwns, laupp, burgundy, wine, navy, Copelhaecn. etc., sizes 10 lo 44. HANDSOME NOVELTY COATS to IN SPLENDID VARIETY Mosi.cliborMc anJ becoming slvlcs in veljburs aDd sHvcrtoncs, ici a very large variety of chulnu aa_ lo colors, clolhs aud sizes. FUR TRIMMED COATS to.S100.00 IN EXQUISITE STYLES Velours ami silverlones In loose and the new Russlau blouse effect. Colors broivu, Inuiic, heaver, mual- henna, blue, etc., trinnulLRs ol Kuilson beaver, lynx, etc. Ladies' Hose Silts. cjshmeres: Hsles arid coltcris in" most complete var- iety ot choice and at.'prices ns low .as you pnid for the iamc Grades a year ago. Special Fall Serge Suits EXCELLENT QUALITY SERGE, VARIOUS STYLES. Fine soft finish sedges, splendid weight. Very smart mew fall styles in four dif- ferent designs. Colors navy, black and burgundy. Full range of sizes from 16 lo -44. HANDSOME NOVELTY SUITS' to S87.50 IN A LOVELY SHOWING Uioaiidolh, Iricotinc. gjilicrdlnc. velour nnd sllveHonc, a EreaL varieCy linttlsomc nr.w tlvles'for youii? ladies, ti-oiiion and extra large TVomen. RICHEST FUR TRIMMED'SUITS to IN NEW VELOURS AND SILVERTONES neauliCul rich broadcloths, anil velours, Enincly br.iidcil anil fur Irlnimcil, nil exclusive styles. Just one of a Colors brown, burgundy, navy, etc. t Watson's Underwear Vests, drawers and union suiU [or ladies and misses' ivear In a spleLdidly complete Cblldreu's steeper3, union -fulls, slip waists, etc., In largo variety. All are highest standard uc quoli'ij aod priced in all niod- Gralion. Piece Goods goods and silks, slaples and saofa. curtain scrims, Eateor.f, cretonnes, etc., in splendid variety ol choice, nil n.-i cheap as last year's prices. .Best of Furs Neckpieces, muffs, ,cojls and handsomely malcbcd sets beaver. .Table, wolf, Hufcon seal, Red fox, etc. Very large variety of choice, al! at MID very lowest prlcus obtainable for such fine qualities. GEORGETTE WAISTS to These 'Tvaisls re- markably cheap coniTi.ivuJ to any others we lun'c seen. Made of lovely iity Georgcllca In a won- tfcrful variety oT newest coir-rings, lianilKO m c 1 y and .inibroldcrecl, si7cs up In <4. 604-3rd Ave, S. CLARKE CO, Lethbridge, Alta. Bro. Chamberlain, and two'olher oraradea ot the corps, There fs every prospect Dl a good tfork eing done llirouRh the power of God n Taber. Mra. Rogers, an old former esldent ol thai place, nalated In the Sunday meetings. Preceding alt In- Ide scnlcen, good open-air meetings were held In the main slrcel. poisoned nod the system become? loaded with tone wealc. Blvcn hy Mrs. Joyce, and Mrs ,1 i u i Slarks; solos Ijy Banibman T. Knascll end we suffer from headache, yel- 8tll.; Trombone mlo, Kprm IpW-coatcd tongue, bad 16 jan nucMty; Cornel duet, Kandraa'ste mouth, nauoea, or gns, ncid dys- 'atd Willie Tulloclt; solo nnil rccinnloni pcpsig, lanpuor, debility, yellow skin AdJi'im and Mrs. Jobnstono'i or eyca. At such limeB one should j castor oil or a pleasant lana- laionc. Tho Adjuinnt- frellngl tiye. Such a CM IB made of Itay- iho p'rjcLlcal.lovc ami 'khiJnoss ex apple, leaves, of aloe and Jalsp, put great dt.orfWtripU Sployahfo" 'to. ih lyjininldgo irtcmbtrH Ihe Salvralo Array. and Jollbatone lo Itianfc Iho IclloiylDB comrades an into re. Pierce, yeaia and for 25 cents by all druggiata u Dr, Pkree'e Pkoaact PelleU. riends (or the loan o[ their cars; Dro.. Ihelr citra shoes and their food In Tlckner, Bro. UEhlburn, LeihiiriuBis vaults ot the bank il they lotor Co., Mr. C. Mr. Ir. Kred Thacll and 'alloclt. Dandsman The meetings every Snniiay Till be expect to keep them these days." A package received Ihroush (lie mail by .Mrs. Hodman Wanamakcr, or New n charge of Knvor Dawson, yorii, contained a bomb. A former hutlcr admitted Ecndlng U In an at- tempt to Injure her maid. BUROLAHS TAKE FOOD, SHOES Over Homes Looted by Who Ignore Jewelry DALLAS, coil ol liv- ing has changed the methods of thieves and burglars here. Instead of Jewelry an-) silverware, burg- lars are stealing p'noes, liams, egga l and bread. Recently 50 persons wliosc rouses have been rcponyd [he of ?fioes and 'foodslufTs, but found their valuables Intact. "With ahocs selling al from (12 to 30 fiucl a bam worth )n. It ].s no more wonder.lhal iMoves prefer, ihesd to a piece ol silverware." zav the polled. "Then the burglar ran; sell tho sboea wllfioul suspicion.' ?To gels to. per pair for them. and. If he happens (p grab qigiil or 10 palrj ithile folks are at.the movies ho hji .tlflnc n good Jay'n work.. can't Identify shoeo after n has thorn fivo FolV5 Tfltl'tifi) Xo pill Healthy Liver Healthy Life Your or clogged, active or all the dijercncc between a vigorous, life and low spirit and fail- ure. To subdue a stubborn llvtr; over- A corne cobalt- paiion, nes% bilious-________________ ntsa, indigestion, headache and the blues there Is nothing on earth so good as Caia'i Lulls lint fff.t, PureJy vcgelabla Price DR, CARTER'S great nerve and blood Ion re (01 Ancmli, 100 Pairs of Women's Boots at Auction r TO-MORROW AT AUCTION ROOMS v AT S.30 O'CLOCK ThcFC goods nro brcvnd new and will positively gold Jo h'Ehesl bidder. "The demand for classy styles the reason (or increas- ed says the commission. Well, here's a chanro lo prove your reuse Sy Facrl'Ir.fnJ EXTRAVAGANT OTYL.E FOH UTILITY, COMFORT AND All Ihe best malei nrc "ill also he sold a small conslguiicnt ol FURNITURE following the liotit r.iflc. FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER, HE SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE. ;