Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

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: 6

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 (Newspaper) - February 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEJJRUAHY 22, T ii E K T n i: it i n c; is DAILY H E u A i. n PAGE FIVR "THE CASE OF THE McWlNTER FAMILY" AT THE EMPRESS "Tho OHO of tliu sixth lii'liiode of world-riunoiu; iwenly million dollar nivHicry, feuliii1- hiH tho beautiful, lak-nteil Zudora. This Is the most eciiHiitluiml miccuss ol' iiicdurn motion jdeum; nliiys, uui- li racing such Blum :IH .MnrpjiiLM'lie tin ow, J tunes La Muriel, and HclCMi llndfiley, ad- mitted Dm child artist Ihul 1ms ever aujMiiircd be.fore hiiblic in tlio silent dniniLV will be :U This onJr-oJt deals will) duct- u beautiful i durHon I'nrli by diKcuashiK with t'om- iKJii I (.'I'iK'c. UK- nccesfilfy of T'lf1- nlhlihiK bath lionsna lor wcmcn anil chUdrcMi, nud awiunh and for in 'ic Na> uilli I In' nidi n a( Uic lair- IMc is one ai'ln'lc.- 01 hich wen; Hnstnii ciram. d.u ver Lin; hip circuits, UikhiR blind Plnco bur 1 In Franco, mid ihe big-1 ;est part of Hie Unltetl Htiilen and Ca-1 95th ypar. Shf war- unablH lo ruail iby I he raisi'd svslc'in, liavjup got nil hur knowledge from lior re- mnrkalilc riK-iuocy. lizs MoiiscworK1 !j you tiro easily and nerves nre excitublc, you need medicinal not SCOTT'S is ruh In v food value; it BUppllcv the Ri. verr .el.enienta to enliven jjf tho "blood, restore 'strength and the courage of health. JJjiL Avoid Inferior Subiiitatcr. FR.EE! FHEEI! Ti can tit'ul Oil Paintings AT STARLAND nada, was secured for a three-days' 011- commencing today. He will be unable to stay the whole week as ho is booked to play Falls, Mont., on Thursday. Tliut he Is a star in his line ihere Is no question, ami ivJio patronise tho pojJ- iilur play house 'will be accorded a treat. Fanny Miller, commonly known as the "Nightingale of 10- gcthfir with Hilly Taylor, blacli-ftice coinediajj, ivbo lias bnsn Jiceping Lliu In Calgary in spir- its for tlie pant week, will also ap- SYMPATHY GIVEN TO LADY ROBERTS! Appreciative Cablegram in Reply to Be Sent to Pilgrims in United States Roberts. :jf tin; late Earl Huberts, ftaiiCL1 Xoviiinbor il vvlillo In- tin; Indian ircnna, linii rocuiv-j L'j'gro.ssed rfiO'Ogjjiiion of syin-1 dniiiib and Mattiii, ui' Clare.s'lK-Jrn, away in cm I-'ob. Sin- i.s survived hy her and liulc Kuth. i j Mist, I Ionic- .Mrs. T. li.jvf. u.onr lo LPlhhndi.'.r, wl.-n- tln-v v.ill iL'siih- in ItullsLni. The Ladies' Aid oi lur- Kirsi liKt diuich will nit-el, i his :it 'he honit ui Mrs. S. Kir.iinnan, llth Avc-., y. on Wertncsday ailcrnonn it 2.-'JO. for UK- yet tie is u'ill lakt- up ilic1 uftrrnooo. ,itf t illiiiK lo :iilo iry thHi band aitd Uicir lo, i tho in tilt! HlllUlill I-irpul'l ul' I lie Huh J.O.H.W.. nniiiil nice-tiny in ibc y.M.'.'.A. on Thursday: "I Inn f pica sun1 in pi' inij fir.-ii annual rcnon. of ih exaudt'i1 whlt-h WJI February (i, liill, with an on- rolhiicrii of (iliarior mrtinbcrs. We havp nuw 10-1 ihe year 1] n-.uuliir, aue- H, u fu.Lsa ot iho city was foll'jd by the Alexander Gull Cliuptrr (o dlycuafl waya nnd inwitny ol Si-' 'I'iiifV I In; In our iiO'ir of trial. A King Uny cli.'cldod upon, iliu nioiH'y lo bo used Tor the following HoRpltal Ehlf, Kod CroBi end oi ilitiireKB rrom the Tin; anioniif was I'lv.'dnlc. Tji.'. many of Hie tovne lu the Olntrk'.l fur llu: at'lliiK wllh us, and KO contributing to. lln'in ward this amount. The dlatrtbulloa ol dim Uic. Llid inonov was an followBi lo (In1 Cross scciletr, nod tfte was depoKilL'fi aa iniai account, mid has used 'o reSPrviMa' 1'ani- !'ik-n and dej-endf-nia or voliintnerK, "Our cnminillhc appointed lo liceji in (oucii wlcii tlit'm> fiuuiliep thai soiuotinii's. weeks claused before ihi! iillo'ivunuo or rho allo'iv- anco from thu Patriotic I und re- i-cU'cd, nnd so this trust tiind hnn proven ;iu untold Too much i-unnoL said in praise of the work cf ihis coniinitlee, so faithfully hiivo ilusy coiitliuiLril tlu-ir visiting oneprlng and conilorllrig liiese fauiilics ami bringing ro Jhosn in need. Al- nial and 11 PSPCUlives mectinsK were held. Ont: reception n as given, iliy oc- casion beinic the- viHit ol" Mnrtlii Ilar- oiir city. One social meeting palliy on Hit; drjiuli of dniwn up by tin: IIL-I- s of America. Clubs and Societies Since formation ol tlie Patriotic Fund llirtii- onnniuee work an At have continued auxiliary lo that thure are S7 1'Hinilles on iht1 lltst. iJi of these resid- ing in town "From i til Occembcr. tbi-uait ol" tliu war. un- hen H Red Cross so- forwarded by ._ r__ _.. ___ "Her Last ;i Kcyslonc i president oT tlic socii-ly. acrefun. togellier with four other bis itobcrls lins asltctl llarrv pholo playg de luxe, compltites a clmirmnn of the Pilgrims in Greni that lakes second ulace to none-. j to Kuml n cablegram to Mr. _________________ iChuiii.o, rlic.1 duop aiipiscia- I lion of herself and hor family. CANADA TO BUILD AEROPLANES Flylni Government Contemplates Squadron for Military Otliiwn. Onl., Feb. nianu- fiici.urB of earoplanes will bcbcgun in Can n da within a fe'w weeks, Jncor- poratlon hns bfien an aero- plane nnd motor company, willi liead- nimrr.oru in Toronto, with nn aiiilior- ciipitnl or srifl.OOO, and aiubority to manufacture air craft. H is under- ;stood the Canadian em-eminent I will endeavor to hulld up a military .flying corps for Ihe purpose of com- pleting the organization of tho mili- tary forces which nave been sent or 'arc now being organized Tor service in Europe. UTAH INDIANS ON WARPATH: BAT.LE WITH il1' (r- F- l'Ull) u''" s- S3-I lotnort'ow uflci'iionn. tained the members. "The firt'. undejiaking of ibi- lor WUP u iuraitKP- for Public palrioric siibjet'is, Jn ihe ls, 7. 8, H, and Lp The Youny; IVoplc's SOIM iliurc'h will meet loniithl t Jiient oi" UJL- rliiircli, tu vounjc prol'lc ai'O were prn- Prizes i Knov jsentcd on Kmjjirc Day by Mrs. liobinscin. h all! "L'ntil the whi'ii business forced LO discon- I tinue, the chaylor einleavcred to have Mr. A. V. Pclrie, c-li.nniian 01 on Imperial 'and Patriotic Devoiiunal L'ommitttT, will iuvc subjects at each mL'Ciing, ilie firsi ad- fharge nf tlie Wesley dress heing on the life of Sir Alexan- tiiis evening. An aildre.sB by Mr. 'u. I der tGalt, ntter whom the Chapter is l" inr qiety was formed Ibc t'.'bajner cuuducl.- ed Red Cross work, purchasing, ml- out ;j.nd disii-ibuling material, the Regent sivin- tin? use of her home for fliis work. Since December we have provided woo] for knitting and flannel WHITES IS Guess, "oi the Hank oi 'Montreal, I named. I on "Getting the host out of "N'iUi Uic assistance of otJier wo- Denvur, Colo. Keb. a hat-, will be given. A musical program has men's organizations of ihe city, flags tie tliroiijrliout the night nyar Jiluff, i jjccn arranged, and the will were supplied the school children for Uiah, hciv.-ecn a band of iin Inrllaiis start at riff lit o'clock sharp, so come Commander Evans'reception, and u pcsse of '26 men. led by United early and lie sure of ;i seat. donaticu of ten