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: 8

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) - January 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JAM'AnY 27, 19lfl TMK DAILY IIKUAUI I'.Uii, I I ARTIST DEAD yN. l-M. I'T. J. II WINNIPEG, Jan. V. are qvitel Ihlt morning, but I of Swift swer ilu'ii1 dfujjiyiJs. Tlip UlRgesl crowd df soldiers whii'h bafi so tar tnrblfcsi vlsUed the pafkius 'p'.ant Swift fo, lii-re tliis ttittruuon and (Jut all by removed frcin (ina plant. Mayor Uray Hrfg.-ou. KeU-heti, officer i-ommsimllDK tlila military district, j wero there- llie latter jappfarcj si ihe sates of the plsut AC- jrumpanicil by W It, iDtrahsni. mau- i nger ot Swift's, Mr. ingralnm tow jiiid soliUt-rs Hiat foreigners be 'fired from thf ulaai lo room for rvturneil soldiers U Dftcoasary. Gon.J KeU'hen pleaded wltli man to I listen to reason. "Glie tba ers a to adjust UJomioivBa to- vhanjwl conditions." he wH. j The FO! tilers agreed lo give S'.rifl! that the returned soldiers have not finished Hvith their protest against everything connected with Bolshevism. Thou- oi relumed men who man- handled foreign agitators at their revolutionary meetings Sunday .ind who proceeded to com- mittee rooms, clubs and stores, suspected of enemy atltliatlonsi adjourned la their beds last night fully determined to resume their work" today. The police have re- ceived anonymous messages all telling them every firm in Winnipeg which continues to have entmy Itwlr employ' be visited with the vjraih of returned Midlers forthwith. Although yesterday's Interference 1u uit niCffllUK liaJ litauuoiS uhcad by the relumed aul- dfcrs, !t Is now ei'ilmml that iho firel cause ot Ihe flfilu'ln the market square was Ihe amazing ut one Itolshevlk wlio waved a tier- man (tag at rtw very uiienius cf 'Ju> meeting ami iv.adu :in insulting it- mark lo Canadians hi fitmcrul. TIV severe beating which mcK-1 out, (ti this hardy reformer was allcrvvanl j extended Ml the extremists who participated in the meeting, aa-l Ihe aftenflalh a long cbapU'i- ol riot) sjjd destruction ut German and Uol-j Ham lUumcnherp. dimmis nugleadtTJ T M P D! the uf llii- Hortaliiits fuj r WlnnliJUK, hiinsflf from thpj 1 LL.L liy hiding iii an utift-. hirtinn in InilMiiig on KnUtU whK'lj iJ'ai Iw tc labor crisis hi the (lie wrath of tltc rokllcr tnoh early K. involvlnR Industries engaged tn iUe] rostet-day; A1J. Queen, manufatturlng oE silk and cotton reiirescniativc io thp. ctty Iiali, tjnj to somR extent ivoollpti gooJs, Is is said tO-fmve BOUfjlii for iiendfng tviless employers tn these j the crGttVt. ami to hive Imt lilin-; trades concede the 8-hour day by Kcb-j in in ihe city iiall, f rnaiy j A tioldBfltlcfl ;cl l.alior aMenneji Froight rates on BrJiish as feed Uio (oflay to prflEctt ihem other than for government cargo, atij (heir from the A. hccn reihicert tiiiproximutcly pcrj (IcIcfiatifJii of 'jlso tluuianiteil' rpnl, on shipments froiu Ihe llnitcU; of lim muror Ibnt Socialist Staton lo the United Kingdom, it was! hf1 torli'tMcti in As n re-pearnert through Iho British ministry! suit, iho has iss.vied a nmnftcstDj i Hint the iinioi. of ttm SatiUathj The conviction against IJr; U. iic iiveservod and Hint mcetinps be; Kankln, M.P. for StrslTord, for! avm'fteil ihcr >cria) of K' j'Tin- Jiirsh of tu' be bit Frrlar ami f- js. H Ifii: uta JLVCP, "AJhddin" r I ot F. ntfer- WINNIPEG, Jan, Ot- tawa cpec'af to an afternoon local paper reads: "That tht equipment ol the Royal North Wesl Mounted Police will shortly be supplemented by the addition of an airplane ser- vice is declared here to be as- sured. "As a matter cf fact, it Is slated that the force durjng the war supplied a sufficient quota to the overseas flying force to form the nucleus of a flying force which wilt annihilate the distances which now render the north patrols both tedious and hazardous, and which will aiso facilitate greatly regu- lar communication betwsen the present ouHost of civiliration and the outlying polite and trading posts round the Arctic." IM- lo Majestic, 1 It a ran- neat in aulirljiailon ti> UiiuV: cf the comedian. j Hii Jianl Carle, in a anj trvnieiid- C'Uslj- SUtCCSEful iinir-ifiil COIllltlv, ami frills." Cbik anil Itichiird Car IP, io tbe >JnjfsHL- for mattnec am) :ilglil, noxt Saturday, j relying KoH-ly imon tju- -11, (the pioposal lor a of various (tusslau faolion? f'ir a luf the llussiiin Ai'tordiiiK tu! 'the Echo de lock Into cocifildpnuion i'i matins his! :slbiliiy lhat the Bolshevik1 would ro-, I fuse to cease Ibpir attitude and j nil a I for the holding of the Mar-j wora re.-1 Mating to the Russian havp jthc newspaper stated, btjf-n put ioi'-i (v.'ard by him. in accord wlih I'roin'pr! Lloyd George. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BRYANT WASHBURN IN "THE GHOST OF THE RANCKO" ALSO "HANDS UP" EPISODE TWELVE CUT THIS OUT THIS COUPON SVILU BE COOD FOR ONE FREE ADMISSION FOR ANY OME ADULT OF A FAMILY TO THE COLONIAL THEATRE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING THIS WEEK iht- finM episode will shown of ih." amazing 4crlsl of "THE HAND OF VENGEANCE" it. Come of the COLONIAL managtmtnt could nol riotlns if coiitcutlous were liclJ. The police station liere has been under military guard since tiic riot- Ing started. Give Them a Chance WIXN1PEG, Jaii. relumed soldiers have agreed to smployers a chance to and "nn- hc-cn shown hj' tho delense, Itilcr-allluJ irirclejs Irlcgraph] atid signal conference convened Salnr-' tlay ai thp ministry, of foreign the United States. Great France anil ItaJy heing for a ivcek or JO (lays. Predicting .tbal the country will "fret liach Into ils normal swing'1 ulUi Jn fix mouths after the signing of the! To Cure, a Cold In One Oay armistice, Secretary of Labor Take LAXATIVE BHOMO QUIXJNU of the S., declared in an ITnblcls.) It .rtops the Ccugl. ami, Saturday that the nation faces eight Headache, and wrks Ihe Ccld. E.{ or ,cn years of "Vhe ereateal in.Uislria! W. GROVES sfeaature qn each Wi. ever c' Petitions circulated in the tlistricli of Voralbcrg., on Hid Austrian troni-i J tcr, urging -A union with Switzerland) have met with surprising support. In i the first 20 towns end villages irhf-re the iiotttioiiB wero circulated heViveen SO anrt fiS per cent of the citizens signed them. They are addressed to the Swiss government and Uie poaco conference. f The steamship West word Ho. at- tached to the United States navy, sail- er) ivllh irorth of food anil clot It ins Cor the wnr, stricken jiopula- (lon of rotenrt. The relief ship is mak- ing the trip uMer the ausptce of the joint coimn'rf ifon of tic American fund for Jewish war sufferers and tlia Polish national commlsiipn of Amer- ica. Samuel Kilgale. aged 100 on Sew Vcart Day, died. He. was born in what is now Toronto, his father being a member of the garrison there. He was a reshlent, of Qiiehec In 1837 nnrl fought through tho Paplneaii rebellion in that year. He was one of the guard wtio protected Lord Elgin, governor of Canada, when ho to the par- liament house here lo'glvo his tissenl to the unpopulnr rebellion lossfcg bill upon -which occasion the building WDS set on fire and destroyed. Thirty-four murders, 220 rtay arifl night assaiills anil nearly 500 serious flgUla due Lo American soldiers occur- red in the department of Uie Seine dur- ing the month of December, says the LONDON, David Beally, receiving the freedom of the city of Edinburgh on Satyrday, announced that the grand Vas being dispersed. Archibald Hurd. discussing the ef- fects or the dispersal of the grand fleet, says that a consider- able portion of the ehips must be ptaced forthwith on a peace foot- ing under the nucleus crsw sys- tem. PAKIti. .Ian. supreme conn- ril at its meeting'this morning laid I out a program of work nnfl the jstUutlon new committesa for eimi- I omic and financial questions, Quc-at- 1 ious concerning private and manllmo I lows idso were disc'iisseJ. I At I lie afternoon' session, the ex- iDynge of views the former llty- nmn colonies, in llie' I'ncifie anil the Far East, ivera tives of tlic DouaiuiofiVa'ncl Ctiina were Iicartl. OeraJdine Farrar appears In .1 i feature, at the Kmnrcss tonight. this week Itanaon dropped tbo [irico to 20 cenla. Tor ARCHANGEL, Jan. j sQcb.terf American forces south of. Archangel have fallen back Into Shenkursk'in the face of heavy attacks by the shevlki. Today tht enemy brought up several howitzirs and tpgan to Shenkursk. With fresh troops everywhere outnumbering the American, British and Russian forces two or three "to one, the Bolshevik! have been our rrttrsating detachments from three sides ol Shenkursk. Tire Bolshevik! forces have pppnr- In their threat to drive the allies into the White Sen March. The situation, however, Is in hand and llussian train- ed In Archangel nre being" added lo the allied forces. Isolator! positions likft Shenkursk, however, iuay hnvc lo be Riven up. OTTAWA. Jan. militia au- thorities are trying lo mate arrange- by wiilcli llie Iransports carry- iirs. VJoii'slaB Uall, Aibm (leftdry find Mr. Krcil t'rooV.s ot Inn aDil Mr. Albert Pcrrc.tt of The niptnlicra of (lie lam- iiy sifU-rcsltlinR fit Oiu IIOIHP in Slirl-! arc Hriiry. Sarah ilharlca, Hclcr and The funrral ivIJJ t.iko [dace (omor-i ST from the residence anti (riternit'.ii will he niflilo in the SUrling NEW ELECTION NECESSARY Snrt.. .Tan, Jmlgfl uMri Iranded tlowtt Jtirfgmcnl In elcrllon casp, where- Ill Sa.nu.el llorlnn, wlio was tlPtcBieil at tlie Mlninnl sought lo ljt> pJeotpd IvrRiise A. Klcl- Hirr fliul K. P, holli tlcc.arcil vlfictajl by iistijni'Hy vole, hail forfeit- ft) IhPlr reason oC ho- Itig in leljl for laxps. honor holds that aa (UscUfmcr lilert tiy Flel- riier anil itao, ho nj autficrlly to rteclarn clewed, nnrt a HRW clecllon to fill thd vacancies aary. COLONIAL LOOK OUT FOR THE AMAZ- ING SERIAL OF MVSTERY ill' If ATI II MATINEE NIGHT MAdESTIC-SATUIiDAY, FEB. 1 SATURDAY MATINEE, 50c, 75c, THE FAMOUS AMERICAN COMEDIAN RICHARD CARLE In the PojilivB Muiicsl Cemsdy Triumph of sny Season "FURS AND FRILLS" 00 Ptr Cent. Laughttr und Melody. NEW YORK CASINO CAST OF FIFTY. PRETTIEST CHORUS EVER ASSEMBLED. TWENTY-TWO NOVELTY MUSICAL NUMBERS Only and Original NigM..................... 50c. 75c, 51.00, "One Of lilt men (KM tver visited Prc53. "Richard C.irlc and the New York cast in 'Furs 4nd ll the best musical comedy that Has visited Winnipeg in many, many Evening Tribune. Tlia tlaifgrtr was launched ONE "THE SIGN It Starts at the Colonial This Week, Wednesday and Thursday, In fulrttUtm to (he regular Ills program. Special Ma'.incG allernoun, l.tTi. Follow (he Crowds Lo Iho Colnn- tot am] HGS tho BinfKesI Shows In Town. MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 Commencing on Monday, HJS. O THE SHOW THAT PLAYED THREE WEEKS TO REC.ORD BUSINESS IN TORONTO. The Romance ol ChlldhftOiJ, Beautifully Tcld Two AcU and Superb With All the Favorite of "Aladdin" and "Cruloe" and a Score Men., Glflt, Fricei: ecc. and On Sale at Theatra, If, ;