Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
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 Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T11R Un'UHUUK'iK DAILY nwuu) SATl'flDAY, JANTAUY 11, In The Hills Above Ice River THIS man U KOI ktt pa sttunp. By lirtiic closely will Identlj1 Us ciiwi 01 Ibe right foresaw those 'o' s good sized brack bear. So the hu- man operate? Is a handsome black coat from a sleek, fat fill bmlc. that had ventured In Jgngr- out on the ia March, of inice and such Interesting change] 'from a ot berries. did not that ratn with were up the towird him cRiue Tdad T.-as sweeping jlrotu the ptaVa tad th? only U look to his zostrils was jthat ol tiw fresh, sveet snovrs jrere already whitening 'fborc of tfcc Jl. 'traOEwaciDflatal KR-. So the bear saddled with an nose clow the sticks atoaes he turned over Tritb bij jraat paws. He paused at a. rottSnc In- that bad tceit fire which, had swept tha hitlfide In the decade past, and he it with an ease that spoka bithlj- of strong claire and big aasclea; he foiini Eoica grubs and licked them up; be started Xc tnveailrate a bundle :e! and srassei tiat looted aa If it mtibt costaln q.enijcr yooag mice. A haiirei by a member ol the force the 'ether irhea prairie near I the torn housa he found ths> sfatH o! a maa who had apparently i been dead one and ITVO years, j The lower jaw bat 35 stBl A ctmaMsrab'.e uuount of i brUn matter wUhvn stalL J Oter the temple ihe ikull J (restated. indK-atiup tbat foul play I had been pause ot ihe ynkooTrrTs I death. Vvmber in the tictnity ra- va'ed uosierfms porticm? of the body in a near ihe slaughter house. Among ihwt> were fount] tfcroo ribs i'awi an arm baric j s couple of j feet ot Eind. j The theory ia thai the body 1 Kaahed down tho crvek and had I become rtUmenibered en th? way. Oa- j iy a itnall iwrt of the rlatMug found, bul in it "was watch of Am- I Walttam rusted aail ami bearing ilia numWr After putting tha various parts of j ihe body found together It is medu-jl 1 upiulon that the dead man aboui j.i feet S iacaes of heavy build.; lie wore Xo. S H blue coat ami j vcat. black and while striped overalls.! i black thU'V nsnts ami grey woollen s i The A, P. P. have no report oi auv- i ouo missing which would indicate that i the untuown hail ever been (as missing at any tioie, and Uiis adds lo the mystery or the find. However, diligent search is "neing made, and the A. P. P. hops that publicity given to the rinding ol the remains may yet lead to a solution anil the Mentiflcd- tion of tho body. Jess are be lug iu churvh to the i great crcwds thai- UTV eivecltHl both j at afternoon icd etenins tcvj Mjorrow. Kftuxgelist iiilv i Jeft at r.-ii, Is "The Oalr Ufa i Worth Uvtijr. or iVmetary Christie- ily." Mr. Btepiiens -prill flhcnr Ifcc trause of f o much and fruU- y icxto y, and will giro At 7 PJIL one of Uie most trtrikUis the eutyecl being Trill la Illustrated by -A special roconl oa a Vic (rote. llr. shov u J5 bin utid wtH reail what is Trrltteu oa it by iwo men. II? steles that it Is most bm inieudH to read it nevenhelOAS. Therp will bo very fSivo sin gins at both services by a largo choir, under the of Prof. Hstker. (might her give his ntidiemv :i rare-treat iit turnishing boantifyl sitigiug tit-.- choir of'over Ii'0 voU'ca, AU parents and cTCrybodv i r YOU CAN EAT LESS MEAT and keep in top-notch physical condition if you know to eat in. place of it. Cereals and fruits are tke natural sub stitutes. If you eat wheat food bo sure it is the whole wheat Don't waste any of it. ShrecldedXVheat contains every particle of the wheat berry and baked crisp and brown in coal owns.ShreddedWheat? with hot milk and a dash o'fsalt makes a hot dish for a cold day. It requires no sugar. What Do You Value Your Teeth at? you loai seTeral tcstb in i I" railroad or similar accident would you hoi be inclined lo your damages at a pretty hijti figure? Why then fay your only to yourself, do you allow tq so bad (hat their loss is Inevitable? You can't say that you drsad a nl opgration Tchen you oomldsr tho fact Dentiitry It U Gentk Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentiitry PHONE 363 Ott Bik., 4 Doors inn Utfcbridge Hotel. CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUI EDMONTON CfUSTALL BLOCK. Viioltkuil ruiuorji iu i-ir- c-Ios to.iay are that a tig in hus jusi been secured by dij- liau'hers, ageiua, assistants and lino- nie-n who liave a committee negot- iating the railway comiianies since 1'jst August. It is slated thai increase affects none of em- ees in ihe branches mcnlioneil less than a month, dispatobers iiri> roportetl to have received an in- oi a month. Tiie increase effects agents and assistants all over the C. P. H. ser- vice in ihe west. j pl OTTAWA, Jan. the newa- j print inquiry shortly before 1 o'clock j tills flfUrnoon a. unique attack was maJe bv IV. X. TJlley, yublishers' counsel, on that portion ot Hie paper raanaractursrs' brief, -winch dealt with alrovances for investment in tangibles and for Tvlja' is called "going United Spates manufacturers claimed j per ton of daily capacity for i the former and, for ihe lattor, Triiite the United States circuit court allowed and reapectlve- ly. Applying ihe matiulacturers' I claims to the case ot Uie 1-7-ton Booth imill, Mr. Tlllfly poioted out that tho would'work out to and the going jalve to e to- ilal ot asEdc from ivorXin? capital ftpplylns to this total the manufac.turers' claim to be entitled to ir. per cent, a profit ot ivould be result iu the Booth mill. Ths Clarlisou report, hOTarer, [fives tne actual to enjoy these superb numbers. ihvughior of Joseph Xoclluer, Sr., who in turn plays the viola in the uuar- tei. hi an auiiiPncc which lias never befort1 lizard ihe (his is always a matter of interested anil syecuJiitive comment among those inu- PtoJans who ;ire aivare of tlio trying duties such ;i resr-unsiblc position iu a auartet entails: but after the first number, the swciilattoit is alu-ays succeeded by i-ruhusmstie comiuendn- tiou of the exquisitely balanced art of this young woman, who Interprets with equal authority the cameo-Hke beauty of the old masters or the tre- meiiUoasly involved diftjcitliies ot tbe big modern works. "What a wonder- ful tone'' is sure to bo one ot the ex- pressions to be overheard from per- sons commenting -on the individual work of Jllle. Xoollner. a criticism which, by the way, was jnat aa applic- able to her playing in liter childhood years as now. Like the great, majority of noted artists, Mile. Zoellner was a youthful yrodicy (as alto, eu passant, was her and tlroiv from even her small violin a tone ot a qualily and djjaallty that was the marvel ot all who heard her. On one occasion, while not yet in; her 'teens, she played-as soloist Brussels Cathedral, Hidden in Uie organ loft, far up m tho columned heights of the massive edifice, so far, indeed, that tho worshippers below appeared as midget .automatews, the tones of the little artiste's rfoKirsang out with R vibrant power that seemed I to float every shadowy corner of! the huge temple. The service wasi scarcely finished when one of the prominent professors the Conservatory the stairs' to the organ .loft to beg the privilege! of an Introduction to the unseen violin-1 ist whose playing had so thrilled the congregation. Great was .his astonish- luent when the organist pointed out the small child Etaiullug demurely by the organ bench. he" ex- clpimcd in incrcdulons surprise, "but that ts a strong man could draw a tone like that." -Mile. Xoellner's present-day hearers almost iuclined io doubt the cvi- alencfi ot their .senses, ami in ibis opinion, in their first moment of astonishment at the wonderful loue she coaxoa from her Aitiati, COMMENT. ON HAIG'S DISPATCH I.OXDON, Jan. Times says that Kie.M JIaraha! Half's dispatdi is the proudest story any llritish com- mander tell. Kroni Au- gust S onward the Dritlsh army be- gan and T.O win return ll.em fit tor many TOonll.s icrvlce We'll call fnr shoes, and semi thero right l.aek-sirong, shapely, ami comforlaWo ngaln 5 FRANK MILES 511 Fourth Soulh. ;