Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 12

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "PAGE TWELVE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, 1920, Great Need Of Conserving The Work Started Amongst The Older Boys Head Of Salvation Army On Way To West _ On account of very pressing wort, t rep'ort not been submitted to tho press regarding" the' Oilier Boys' Pow Wow rbeld last Saturday in ttw V. M. I'. A- 'fi'e SuKday sessions of the Pow addressc'd ny. Taylor Jiailcu have been reported very fully. We'kuow ih'U but it often happens It has been said tiiat all little sys- tems have their day and cease to by. that the day is not very lone. Uut wo must follow' up the work so ably begun in connection with the older hoys. Who is soing to do this wort; Why the Sunday' schools must givu tlift leadership and push the work wlih the leadership of the Y. SI. C. A. back- ing them- Some 75 older buys met ia the "Y" auditorium on Saturday. afternoon al o'clock to be in th? greait-Pow.Wow and have a good time. These boys included some fifteen quite old Older Bovs hat acquitted themselves very ably and helped the iwys along la having one of the best times of their 'lives. Thei Coaldale Tuxis So'nare were present with about 12 boys to liven up the occasion anil long ind 5'ell In readiness uso around the supper table., Then eacK prepared their ovvn tabln an d! them- very beautifully. Thcra was lots of. grub for the uoys. Thc-re was also a lot of good-natured chafing with group their table decorations. Three young ladle who were present to cut up the visions judged the tables and award- j ed the best one with points. Alter! the supper a song and yell coin tion came off and tho. boys showed very good composing powers and they were ieal good lu p'uttlng tbam on. After ihe' announcements for Sunday they all repaired the gym floor for tournament of group games. Be- fore the games a demonstration of lie Tuxis Boys Initiation was put 01! in a very impressive way and we p.re saje -in; saying that, no fraternaJ society." in "any country has a more! sble'mu charge to keep than tbe one week- demonstrated on Saturday. ______________...___ this some very exciting ;iad well- {or Medk-iue Hat, expecting to speild HOUSES HARD TO GET IX TABER (From Our Own Correspondent) TAKER. Oct. the tumult and the shouting is past, and the ilrys bavo it, while father thinks it must have rained all fall, when ho cou- sidcrs the possible drought that may be just arouad the corner, iiufajfain Dame Nature is contrary, for she stag- ed a nice little rain on the great night of the year, which interfered some- what with the Herald correspondent setting a complete list of ihe returns for this district. The returns us given out from the Herald office were duly bulletined, lu the theatre so that everybody could to bod happy, with lots of excitement. you know how to spall charivari? Four coupled have been looking It up j In the dictionary, or was it five! On Suuday evening, someone woke up to the Idea that a few persons here had not enjoyed the lieuont of an educa- tion In the meaning ot the word. So a real charivari'was staged, and lour 3airs.ot our'popular young folk bad :6.listen t? tKe music. .The tips were "y good, and the music up to date, bul a fifth pair -reported thcaisslTSE abseoit. Wteu-the real truth was dis- One Of The Greatest group anil challenge games were run "wHboys a" took part The ,rcseut with about Boys acted as judges. They 5 joyed themselves UioroughPy. '-Major' ore Barrow of the Anglican church, uBu charge of the opening ceremonies and gave the boys a very inspiration- al address and encouraged- them to go out and make the best of their opportunities in life. In the absence o! Mr. Feiterly, Mr. Waddington led iu: the opening War Dance or Throat Brill. Mr. Petlcy then spoke OD iho general purpose of the Pow Wow and introduced Braves. Chief Forgte' to tho .Mr. Forgie then took told .and or- into groiips.'and ox- jilaihed briefly of the Toils lloys'tirogram'Which is an Older liiyi- projram'. ba'scii' on the life of in a fourfold w IntellectuHlly. socially, devotionatly and physically. The boys then learn- ed the opening t-ereinony. officers were appointed iu; each group and also grand officers for the gron'ps.in ,ses- siqn as-.orie body. -7ames.wore then chosen for the groups und were as Go- Group -icqltjrsjwere alsV; firym r'each j'square were., called ;upon for-Sp'eeches and arquitteditfaemselyes ably. In the Tuxis-Boys'.work they 'chart-boys under .the four-fold, --'iife'and under each standard there nre'certain iteras'in connectip'n with 11 thai standard in which a .-measure.up to. This charting is done through a personal interview the'ljpy by the He is cba'rled and. if. the stannard ou with or tir Kimllo'i Tlrer Jurt pink Ik. a premium, and old miners are coming back every.few days. So It some contractor wishes.to put up a house or.two for." rental, the citizens will have their eyes on liim. Irrigation vrnter right lit its jnit the person whose ilitch r6veraowcB nt addition toruer with results disastrous to veh- icles, has a whole lot to.answer tor. Two congregational meetings were recently held in Knox Church regaril- ing the manse property. The'debt on the manse will bo largely paid off. II is espected, within the nest weeks. Title to the property will then be placed IiOtho hariils of the congrcsation. campajsu .voters. Scott has W P. HUPP, of Akron, Ohio, who says he would not take one thou- sand-dollars'for the' good' i'Jsnla'c has done him.-De- clares his'health'has been fully restored and -that he has gained over 20 B. C., to join her husband. ''Mrs. Teridy TVinchcombe yccomiian- ied her husband as far as llaclood and will bs away until lier husband returns from his moose hunt. ililela Kellar will be at the homo ot Mrs. C. Shamel for a few.-weeks. The funeral of the late Mrs. II. T. ulhor. (S'r.) will take place Friday af- r'nbon at from the resj- nce ol her SOD, Mr. H. T. Luther. Mrs. Dominie. Annou relumed to ayne, Monday after a few ys' visit with relatives. The many friends o[ Mr. and Mrs. rank Lyons regret to learn that their tire family are sick with the c-pi- mlc'of mumps. Mrs.- Ilowennan's youngest n had llie misfortune of breaking his liar .bone last' Saturday. :IIe .was ken to Bow Island to receive nVedi- I'hcip and Is progressing niceiyv IJr. W. 11. McDonald, of Medicine at, received a coll .to llow Island -innifred Saturday. Mr. antl Mrs. .Tames -.Epbi.nson and rs. McGregor, of Medicine Hat. were le' Eiiests of Mr; a a.', Mrs. James Uir !ii Wednesday, Jnmes Larseii sold a 15-30 Ijan'Kon icine this week to Mr. Hoy and Bert ampbell, of Burdett, to be delivered once. Mr. "Jim Fisher and his father left londay for Livingston, Moiit., to visit or n few weeks. They will then pro- eed'.lo their home al HouUpn, Maine. Surrrise. inak- ng a start for the first time this -eck. This-will be n long season of ausing surprises. Harvey Slorris iind .1. W. Holder i eft Jloiiday for ami 15. C. n search of work for the winter. Mrs. Geo. Fredrickson left Oct. 22nd faf would not take one thousand rtol laraSfor the (coocl Tanlat- did me.' saM'W. P. IIiiiip, S30 Carndnn Kt AKroii, Ohio, for Hie vast ton years i Rallied" employee with tho Flrcstom Tire and Hubber Co. 'T will always owe groat debt o EratiU'de to he sMd, "b Restored my health com (Jiletcly. after everything else faiiei arid I gained twont nou'nds. I fan now cat better, slee better and work better, and I fee a brand nen man likuiK nnlat 1 inltttei night anil day from an iqy' stomach wan terribly dlsordcrct nenous nnd weak ond coul nellher eat nor sleep (o ilu any g fo.be qolng down Mil day; for six. years. Kinally. cor dllltm lietame run If MI (hit I los one or from work e week But er of five'bundred party evening. Mr. Frank Ellert made.a busine.ss :rip to Sweet Grass on Tuesday Mr. Montgomery of Lelhbridge is a business -visitor in town for 'a few days. Mrs'. 'Atkinson left toal iearl> H tons 01 black powder The assertion was snade hrcohnec- tion w ith the ot Senator lollelte, tried1 bv n commit ;ec of tho Eeuate'Uecause he said that :he l.usitama carried explosives for tho British. President Wilson -was perfectly right when lie denied the German statement thal'tbe Lttsilanla was arm- ed, said Mr Malone She was not armed Hut the jdministrdtloivwas dead wrong when it sought to keep from public knowledge all Ihe facts aboMt the lliisltanla case.' MILK DROPS AT TORONTO Cuticiira Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin You ate urt GXUGriir.CMC- In I! on TORONTO, OU cost of rezEMA I meiil lor Eczcffll ani SlTln Ir-iiJi ilons. U relltTCS at once and knifli.- Mr bcals lha skin Sample IxiiUr Clinic J Ointment tree it we 'Jonlhh .ina Be. stamp for postage. OK a. box, all dealers or EctoansoD, Mies W, r Jioltcd. Toronto. MUlrILK! California Figs" We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS, Large Steck of Both which to Select Mason Risch, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA Monday for I child's Uiative seed town J atid points "The Catholic Ladies' "Aid were. In} tertainqd..pn Wednesclay afternoon at[ tho .'home of Jud ,l'ol6y, when' general business was: discuijsed. ,A dainly lunch was served by .the host- ess at the conclusion. Mr. .McKenzie, government man, is. a busincKS visitor, in for the past ten days. Mrs. Geo.: and son'pTprel left.on Monday for Great Falls, 'Mont., where.they willJjpin 'Stew4rt. Mr.. Walter Airgard left" oh Tues- day i'.... Mrs, Mansfield and soti Bernard, of i Montana, have been .tho.suests.-'of-the former's ..t, the. past few days. Mr. G. E. A. ll'ico of Luthbridgo'was Accept Syrup of Figs a business visitor in town .'las't for the name California oa day. ihe package. Ihcn you arc sure your Mr. Chas. Baker, of C.ilgary. child Is having Ihe best anil moat- in town on business on Monday. j harmless physic for tlio little stomac-X Mrs. C. A. Hunt was.a-SwecfOrassi 1'Ver iind towels. Children love its visitor on Monday. i truily taste. Full directions, on each A school board meeting will belittle. You must say held on Saturday night of the Lniti Advertisement. school district, for discussing the H- _ .1 visibility or Joining the Mil'k Kiver Consolidated -school Mr. A. 13. Hogg ot Lethbridge.. .was i (i business visitor in town on Bafur- j :irst Monument To Late Sir Wilfrid Laurier TWs (M. .1 plioto ot din mnntiinnnl Wii3 unvcilr-fi List by Lart> td Ilic lala sir Wilfriil Limrlc f-i Thf! inonnintnt i of siirniauiUcd wldi Inist ami stands (en feet bigli. i yrrt iriyjul'i next Monday night.' Thp. ivninon1 i "At Home the 'schnol for its members anil heir friends. Bach incmher invites j wo fricndp. Five himdrcjl )vill bu' ayed and Ilollowo'cn luncli. wii.l be erved. Mr. and Mrs. V. rVrOitcs. Juvvo iid as their guest for the ua.st few ays the former's sister. Mrs. Mans' leld. ond son Bernard, 'of. Montana. Mrs. Mansfield left on Tncadaj''tor iVarner to visit Mrs. The RiiiM of the United 'church are to hold their bazaar oh-fhe S6th of November. Mr.. H. L. Thompson is expected lomc the first of next week from Ilia visit'with'his relatives at Minneapolis and other nolnts. The Hallowe'en party being given by the school teachers and children will be heir! on Saturday night. Mr. Kevlin, of was a bnsinczf visitor In town during the week. Mr. Karle Hughes of Masslniipin, In moving Inlo [own, having rented the ilnnt farm. Mr. Hans 'Oplntr, ot Warner.'was In town on Tuesday on business! DRESSMAKER SAVED IROM OPERATiOM By Taking Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound in Time. Ithaca, years ago 1, luffered pains in my right'side, so .Bevere'-tbat I eovild n6t raise' ray- feet from the floor. Fajoa I wlould shoitdown my: .limbs and through ;my fcack, and doctor slid I had an abscess. I was in bed two weeks with n fdebagonrnjrside 'expected, any FLOUR MILT, PROFITS SHOW FALLING OFF TOHOXTO, Oct. annual fUtcmcnt of the (Janada Flour Mills company limited, to bo submitted: lo the general meeting of the shareholders In Toronto today, shows net profits of for ihe ycfir ending August ttl last, as com- pared with In 1S19 and 84-1 In ISIS, thn banner year In tho history of Ibc 'company. After lie- dueling bond imprest there remained available far implication to islanding capital of tho company, ii balance ot or tciniil (o 13.5 per cent. ngalniSt 14.4 per j cent, in 10i9 and in.9 per cent, in lltlS. Tho ilocrroaa Tilt due to lack cxiiort I) jjjpiul tor an opera- tion. A friend came (o and toW me! 'of your Won- derful E. Pinkham's Vegetabla Ccrapound. I began takirr it, and after taking six bottles I feel well and stronff, do my own work and do dreasmaWri? for other i. 1 cannot apeak too highly of your medicine and recom- mend who miff ermthlemalo trouble. U is a Godsend to women, and you may uie rny name at any time. HU18IZER, 218 E. Fall .Si, Ithaca, N.Y. Women who suflFer from any such all. ments should not fait to try this farnoin root and bcib remedy, E. Pick- Vcgcltble Compound. When I'm IriAfy reverse snip, is another, very fine selection by the "His Masters ''Voca Recrds The CornBtld Medley. 'PttHtjs Vance fiitmbtrt Trot Raittrrnan'ji Novelty Orch. UlAwatha'a Melody of (Inlro. "Tired Kiderman's OrcWlUa Hold Trot Vclkci Mine Hirrf Oichejlraitimaft VcrlUSaiopiioBtSt'rie'ller uble-sldeSsi-Wlce silit rcrnilni THE TAX Caliin heqr ihem'at I' Any who will gladly play any selection you wish to hear. SHILO WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. L WILLIS PIANO STORE ".HOHE'pF.'CANAO'A'S BEST, 707 Third Ave.Soulh (Hull Block) Phone 662 ;