lethbridge herald - alberta Canada jan 1941

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making it more difficult for men lead Christian lives. Construction of tne St. Lawrence Seaway would provide a hostile na- tion with "a nignway w uic of America." Senator Styles Bridges (Rro New Hampshire! declared Washingt- tary expens ucucvcu k -invader of the United States would lind the St. Lawrence "an ideal way to invade the country and split the United States." 'Stephenson should never be let t. I'll never consent to his re- ; ,t ' 1 ,i ! r r r; " ' iirP term registered her opposition Indianapolis, to a parole for tne o-Hc oewertui ncaa 01 tne """ Ku Klux Klan. Miss Obcrholtzer took poison while on a trip w"" . The state charged s Mark Cardiff Hamilton, 74. a ped as much as 12 cents since be-funeral director at Prince Albert for fore Christmas, according to prices 22 years, is dead. From 1911 to 1914 j quoted by the poultry branch of the he "was in business In Vancouver. He : federal department of agriculture, returned to Saskatchewan and m Present retail prices of grade A 1919 established business in Prince , iarge eggs are 20 to 35. a drop of Albert. 11 to nine cents; grade A med- iums are 27 to 31, a drop of 12 to Magistrate J. L. Prentice in Tor- 11 cents; grade A pullets are 25 to onto dismissed charges under the '29, a drop of nine to eight cents, defence of Canada regulations , Grade B eggs are quoted at 25 to against Joseph H. Classey, former 29 and C's at 22 to 23. Lethbridge Herald Fr.zraving. assistant professor in the department of archaeology at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his wife, Joeelyn. Police had charged that the Classeys "did prevent, hinder or interfere" with the apprehension of Opposition id the Rowell-Sirois recommendations insofar as they concern the motor transport industry of Canada was expressed at the annual meeting of the Alberta Motor Transport Association In Calgary. Machine tool production in Canada in 1940 was valued at $10,821,- : g49i an m per cent increase over the preceding years total ot si.a-j.iiy. : Hon Angus L. Macdonald. acting minister of munitions and supply, a statement last night. ! Edmonton egg prices have drop-

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  1. The Lethbridge Herald,
  2. 11 Jan 1941, Sat,
  3. Page 18

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