Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY RERALD MONDAT, OCTOBER HAS NO PAIN NOW What Lydia E. PinkLam'l Vegetable Compound Did 4 r for of London. Ine tho funeral in Cork trill he pro- ceeded with. Raid! in Dublin DVB Oct. scenes occurred here todajr In consequence ol numerous military raids throughout the- clly.V Armed aoldlere occupied aisd a search follow- ed. private houses were .raided amjjsbots fired. One sol- dier Is renorted to have heea-wound- ed.- New. Yorkers to Protest ciass meet- MacSw'neys oIToroncp MacSTfiney.-lord Hitter Throughout j mayor Cork, who died-.today .'lu-Lb'n- Irelard jilon. called'_for neit Sunday adtr: ut the-Polo aiuou: DUBLIN. Oct. sergeant and (wo constables were shot dead anil threa constables were wounded this lupining when 100 armed men arabush- fd a police patrol between end Apauillsh. county.'SUgo. Thei-e wore iilA men In the ambushed party. Sinn Fein Flag Displayed BELFAST, Irejand. Oct. dis- rln'y ot Sinn Fein flags in honor of the late lord mayor o! Cork, Terence Mac- Swlney. resulted In rioting today In the Ualiymacarrett suburb of la one man was shot.ntitl killed. DubEin Hears News. DUBLIN. Oct. news of .the death lLord JIayor MacBwincy o! Cork in Bruton prison, London, was Tilth e jdeiices of-'profpund -rner. It was Intended to fly the city Qag at hair mast, hut tbe troops were IB possession Mansion House orer which tha Jleg usually fin -hout Hie citi were signs of mdjniing aud prayers tor the repose tile soul of tin; lord mayor were offered In ell the churches. A settled gloom. hhaj over the News in Cork COKK. Oct. news of Lord Mayor MacSwiney's death, received in Drlvnte telegrams to his friends, travel- led with .lightning speed throughout the'rlty. A meeting of coun- "il to (liicus1? the ''ituatirrti" arising Trom mayor's dcath'ft-'as called f for th s afternoon ".Y; The deputy lord mayor, announced that lie aod several other 'municipal Jinployees would proceed: to. Briiton oilai He s.afd tuat plans for hold- today by. the committee oa Irish-In- dependence.' Protests aBaiiist tbs attacking ot towns.by British-police and the treat- ment of the strikers, to be made in speeches by EamTson De Yalera, president ot the Irish republic, and Frank P. Walsh, orthe.commilce on Irish Another Hunger. Striker May Die CORK, death ol Joseph "Murphy, ono .ot the hanger strikers lu Cork jail, is mo- ment and prayerB-for the. dying were being said .shortly-utter noon by tho jail chaplain. Murphy's mother, two slaters and brother were at ,th.o bedside. Care fells of Sentiment in Towards the Present Legal System suffered with per- iodic Tiesk iand run could not eat and bad headaches- -The worst symptoms wore dragging down pains so bad I thought I would and I seemed to KHGothering J in this condition for or three veers and could not eeem to woili T tr ed all kinds of remedies. 3 and liad tv pliyskianB, but roceu ed no bei J found one of your bookletfi and felt inclined to tryLydfa B Pinkhains Vegetable Coropound. I received ilie bcal rcsiilts from it, and 1 house and go'out to work and am Uke-a new I hive rec- ommended iOtir Compound to rav and if these'facts will 1 JD use Uicm as you -Mrs J t PEASEY, 200 Kec- tofy.Strecti.London Ont, The woinen v-Tlte aoch Ictten to the I.ydis P Prnkham Medicine Co. snd reir fncrd how they arc T JigthalLj01 iL Pinkhain'sVcgc- r (able Compound has brought health and mto thejrlivea. Frc'ed from t'ic r illness tlroy Art to pass the good along to other suuerinfj women ttat Jiey al'Ki maj be relieved. If arc anv coraplicatioris yon do not understand write to Lydia E. Pinfc- 'tem McdicinoCo-, I.ynn, IT 15 FACT not theory, I that every drop I I oi rich, nourishing 1 Scott's Emufeion I is readily utilized by I the system m buil 1 mg up strength.- LONTJOK, Oct. Canadian CITC, member ot the privy; council judicial committee, tbe empire's appeal tribunal, has jast England from a riEit'to Canada-'acd- the .United States where he addressed Canadian and American bar ascocia'tiOQS.. .Through the Times we leira that .be. comes back deeply ImpreBse'd. -ty, .the- strong affection fri'fcattada for the Old Cotratrjvand- h'y' fenrent Imperial "prevails" in 'die' Doinlnlbn. He la 'ai.EO convinced -that_ambng re- spomslble and influential American cltlMna friendlr feeling {or Britain U unBirerTinelr -miiDtalned.- ot tie place .which i the, judicial com-, tnittee of the privy council-hRB in the legal system el-the dominions. Lord Ctvo said thai In Canada the feeling toward the committee" was, on.the whole, bne_of complete approval. The committee" U regarded as a lint with the dominions and the .people of Can- ada am br the tad that It Is the right of aay British subject in any part ot the empire who haa grietance' to carry; thst 'grlerance, to the foot ot the throne. It is exactly on these petitions on which the com- mittee pronpuncef... Canadians are al so; impressed by-a matter not general- ly, tact that Canadian judge.. constantly sits ''as a ni'embor of -the judicial committee nnd 'adjodlcatas .not only on appeals from but on others from every part of the empire. 'Canada therefore takes Its full-.share.. In the decisions ot the ultimato imperial tribunal. Opinion on Prohibition In regard to. prohibition Lord Cave would only say that it was'a topic o. great Interest to'everybody in Can ada as well as in the'United'Slates and it came Into practically'. every speech he heard daring his tour. The Times editorially says that th, privy council Itself may, before long conic Into tho closest Apolitical toucl with the dominions', prob ablo, caro'of tKcir relations with this country should'be removed from th colonial office 'arid placed in charga of Iho lord proifdeut o! the council iTho Times "Lord Cave do'ea not rate quite htg' I enough the sentiment of opposition tc the right ot appeal to the judicial com mllteo wliich In1 Can ada, at least in some of the other do mlninns. it natural sentlmen 1 which, however, we hope will not grow I and If anylhlns is likely to iinposs up on 3 restraint, founded on hippy- i perience, it is the 'of th j British judges who compose-tho com I GRAIN IN STORE OTTAWA, Oct.- Dominion iureau of. statislics his Issued preliminary statement of the fisher- es of-C-inada, prepared[ rom the returns collected by the bur- rtVSfr'S nd fisheries. The total value of fifh ind Or Chin's Klinty fr A "au" kMMr" ts hctUhhil ictton Clear Baby's Skin WithCuticura Soap and Talcum WINNIPEG, Oct. The- follow- ins statement of rtotks in store in public terminal elovator.i at Fort "Wil- liam and Port Arthur on October 22 with receipts aud shipments during the week was issued Saturday by the of (iraln Commissioners: Slocks in bushels; oats, barley, 795.- 750; flax, 402.313; rye, bushels; osts. -barley, flax rye, Lako Shlpmanls-AVhoatj bushels; oals, barley, flax, rye, bushels; oats barley, Dai, ryo, The English Derby has been won by the favorite.on moro than fifty occasions. FCZEMA racnt tor Ecieraa an4 Olilment Irw It you nnd Jtnrl2 5 7-np (or pcslnic.: t You aro atA exporirficnt- Ing.'wlion' you itso Ur: OJtii- SkW, Itrlla- NEW YOUK.-Facing a lo- cal court on a charge of theft, Mrs. Adellna Soucholz, a waitress, stated that sno work- ed for five dollars n week In a ft Manhattan reslauranC'but nd- mlttc-il. that .her tip's ntcr'agod per week. Sha' said she stola tv.'o diamond rings' and ft- paifiiefJ them'In order to ,ob- rireaa dor'11- year-oId'daugh'loV. V V V V V V V V C V fy ff DODO'S marketed fresh and oJ Ssh products'ls giren as compared with a value of tor 191S. Sar- dines and herring showed the largest decrease both lu isluo marketed and quantity csught, The catch ut had- dock, halibut and cod was grme-r Inj 191S than in 1915 vhlle the value nwr- keteO was less, Salmon, lobsters and mackerel showed Increases both In- quantity caught aud in value market- od, British Columbia fisheries having a value or which Is a de- crease from 1958 ot nearly Xova Scotia fisheries were valued at J15.J71.939, a slight lamiase oyer 191S. Prioco Edward Island. Ontario, Saskatchewan and Allwrta showed In- wlclr, Quebec, Mauitoba acd the Yukon showed decreases.- Of the principal flsh products, can- ned salmon Is gtten at cases valued at !n 1919. a slight decrease both m iiuantily and value from 1918. Fear of Bolshevist Upheaval is HARDING SLAMS DEMOCRATS d'Annurmo a Lenine Convert? LONDON, OcL London Times' torrespoudent at Jlilan sends a dispatch la which Le says thitj Italy, which two rnoiithB ago seemed! oa tho .eye of a Bolshevist uow.gives the impression of being oa the liriRX p! a military coup d'etat. Make good stoves am Cooking utensils. v'The he asserts, as a remedy (I hails D'Annunilo aa a suitable Avantl. the Socialist however, alleges that D'AununzIo recently ap- pealed to "Moscow .for military and MAUIOX; Oct. was .approved by Le- Iho Democratic 'party, of failure to uiuo as Ian'-- Instrument of the soviet place Its policies clearly before the SOVerimient, Hardiug ashed In a I statement Saturday night that his op-! "CREW RESCUED ponent. mate answer to numerous; yOU Cat let it Be tilC Beat charges he has brought against themj NEW Oct." crew u during tho campaign. At the ssinefslx men and two stowaways from the- lime the Republican nominee stated j British schooner Bordackie from his own position on various Issues, Oporto for Newfoundland with aud declared that In his public utter- ances he had proposed a deflnita con- structive policy to "bring.our people out of the of inisniahagenieut." add abandoned at sea were brought to this port yesterday by the si earner .Willfaro. .The men were picked up nt sea, October IS. Orange arid Citron feels FOR YOUR CHRimUl CAKES AND PLUM niDOIMIM ALL GROCERS Use Cansatien Mitt for 'I'ablu Uec CJilldrcn's Urint- Baby's Bottle Coffsc, Tea Cocoa Cereals 1'uddlngs Cuslards Crciisn .Sauce fjinvlsy> Ico Cream Sal-.ids Welsh KareMt Crcnui Fillings Icings, Candy erery milk usf. by seating--and sterilizing. It is sweet, pure, rich milk to stijrt .We collect it it'is th rf best dairy counties, Then, while it is still fresh, it goes through our spotless con- .is sealed in bright, new and is Sterilized. Couid srnilk "be delivered to you in'more perfect condition? Its purity assured by sterilization. i Its safety guarded by sealing. You can keep a supply on your pantry at your convenience. Open a can of Carnation Milk (dilute it as desired) and you have milk of natural consistency for your table, for the children to drink; for baby's bottle For, is nor. artificially i' Use as'1 yqu; would'fresh every household need. Part of the water has been evaporated from it. Carnation Milk is soH-rch that it takes the place of cream, for coffee and tea, for cereals and fruit. add water :tp Carnation equal you want milk-'of naturil consistency. Adding even more water will make a drink unusually appetizing, Carnation Milk serves your evevy need for milk and cream. Your Grocer: is the Carnation Milkman. Phone him. Free Recipe Book Carnation Milk is richer than milk ordinarily used for cooking. ItJ should be diluted; It -adds -a new flavor. Learn how to make many nevy additions to your raeniis) in the Carnation 'Book' of 100 tested recipes.' Address our AyJmer ojfice.'' o m Contented Cows" Carnation Milk Products Go. Limited Aylmcr Ontario Cmitmuitt n( A-tfaft and Unl. ;