Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

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: 10

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) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'B FOUR THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERAl.il> FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915 fliberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates; Daily.- Daibv-by. per U'eeklyv' by) niail, _por year.-.... ,336 TELEPHONES: Buslntja-'Office Editorial Office' 125? w. ;A. saagiins Director .John.Torrance Business Manager Your King and Country Need "Y Oil Riyht Now The drain upon the fund i3 tissum- ing Inrgf, proportions. To meet the needs of July and August was oxpemled. Thfl.reserves are being ma-'' terlally ami the national ex- ecutive cohimftteo, finds it cfisanry 'to 'make u further to, ibo Caniwiinn pulvilc. There are many fuhiJs, most of'them worthy, but ofi them ali.the Patriotic Fund is the one .sye cannot allow to fall. It is the fluty: of the soTeruraont, to. a_rm, 'equip, and Spnlntaln'.Jhe'troops.' Ts'ot-Ji 'dollar, do, ihe Federal authorities give to WHY HE ENLISTED jatrib'tio.FWdV: This- work depends Tloielp on ;lha patriotism and generos- ity o! 'our own ueople- Thousands of bravo men. aro-fljsbt- (Stratford Ueacon) He-Vas a fine type of Canadian miU'-hood. Standing within an inch or so of six feet, hr .was matured be- yomt ibe ordinary for tils 21 years. He had- limi a clean lile; and was jiicJined -lo- take- life a great iisal more in earnest .than, many of his kind. He had taken his enlistment 'He had not been carried away by the clamour, of-war or the, clanking; of his-accoUl-remeiits. It had' meant a 'long, session- of prayerful' thought and consideration, for he had in- -our .believing thai we spent- some years- preparing himself 1 for-his life's ministry. One meant what s..Id when told, them as (hey. went- forward: uo, hid-mads the choice :vvh'fn he was we will care for the wife and kiddies.'' H would ba to our everlasting disgrace it' our. yiedge were broken. Sir Herbert Ames is sacrificing his time in directing the affairs of the sc Wel had the Patriotic Fund. It is a generous con-Jtion marks "in trlbutlco. and is appreciated by Can-, there ll fitfcdhas-condensed the light in a small area in a tungsten incandescent Jamp for motion picture projection. An aiilamobile steering wheel that can be "slid forward and upward on its st-ecrihg.column has been invented to. give.a .faiftx more .room to. enter' or leave his seat. DANCE THE AUDITORIUM CLUB wUj hold Public Dance In the K, P. HALL Sept 21st Proceed! will, lie given to the RED CROSS THEATRE Irish M. P. Thinks Jail is JVorthcliffe's Place London, Sept 15 the air'service TV a; TONIGHT Fifty The Daughters and Maids of England Patriotic Drive Wednesday Next IN THE 8. 0. E. HALL. Proccidt will be given to tht Patriotic Fund. 'TIcMtt '.'..of'any of Addresses Sir Herbert Ames, M.P. Hqn'.'A. L. Sifton T. M. M.P.P. A MUSICAL PRO- GB AMME WILL BE PROVIDED ROD SAVE THE KINO of clinV'i tit-lo and- vvouid Subject of have been sent to jail long ago. some criticisms iVthe q! torn- Sir G. C. Money, Liberal, mam mons todav Arthur J Balfour first tamed that under the voluntary sys lord of the adrairaltv, admitted that tern the country vvouid never have provisions which had bccrf considered enough men and munitions to win the- sufficient at the beginning of theuar war There was great danger, he "-to r.e materially developed He said, of underrating the economic re- said however that the" service nas sources of the enemy. Last month now'heins supplemented far more rap Germany hail produced more pig iron idly than was the danger it uas or than m any 'j ,j t_ started. In the fourteenth monln pt B There had'been a great strain Mr toe war be conUnued Germany was Balfour continued on the. "uoply of stronger than at the beginning anti-aircralt guns The development Stephen that Mr Balfonr and' unassailable evi "lliat lliere will be a discontinuance dene- -he declared, to support them Inlhod? Liberal urg o? telrortanare going to to Briteh'peopS" a scheme for conscriplion the Tn respect to the protectioii.'.-.pro-! necessity of ,vmcn vided against Zeppelins, Condon has 01 tne vv-ar naa 3.. audience last night that he found the Dominion-suffering, greatly from un- emptovment flue less to, the war than economic causes -He said he knew something -of the striken here, but, learned more in Montreal, where he found trie mayor besieged with an -miy of unemployed Canada had one he biiil and-that'was an: CbtabTiBtieci local government board which would save the country from thii reckless' borrowing .and specji'a- tion of individual public .bodies which ho- held responsible Jor pnieat :lcpn- ditions. .From Toronto- westward he fmlnd enthusiasm for the war at its height, said Mr. Barnes. His trip would liavo been more fruitful, he butNtbe a all- rou'ria 'man, product.wanted'here........... r rn Jail _ the John peace Lord Kobert Cecil replied that Germany hail mide no roace propos- als, nor could he f bemR wHeh the cd from German airships. Northcllffe After Mr. BaUour hi dcbiitc turned ---a. Dillon, Nationalist tor at thc prt< vehftmently denounced it. I-Ie.. said v. acceptable that Pitt had .tried it daring tire Na-r poleonic wars with juccess, it would be madness to. try tKe.eyjejI- ment again, cspedslly.- WJpie-. tfc? country was th'pl'oughly matter. He on the matter.'He fur ten than Lord done, Irishmen had 'sent to CANADA HAS BEEN BORROWING TOO FREELY London, Sept. N. Horncs, if it. the Lalwr leader, on bin return from n wr.n stm. an offlckl visit to Canada lo recruit ,t fnr told an NewFall styles are ready Fit-Reform put the Fit in Suits and, Overcoats andReformed the prices for highgrade hand tailored garments for men. nr: McKelvie ivicft.eivie oc ;