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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVKMBKK 2, H)18 THE LBTHMHIh; nr.HAT.rt PVGE SEVEH A Tidy Battlefield H. F. Gadsby When Itin joyrider.', of llio world visit iliu KcunriK of the war ullor lliln Woody ArinuKotlilon is over thoy will probably divide battlo.fiohls Into two kinds-untidy, hideously i>o�;k�iJ and pi'ie.l rin:!iduln part in tho Bill I.I u of Ainiont; covered ,'i plot of ground Iii in 11 h Ioiik liy fivr Ihe event iL han been iituilly brushed and t otuhoil nnd wan in good shape lo receive orimpany. What 1 liked ahout It. Jiin.it was ll:iv irmieh sy.itom.1 lo ernsn. lust. enough shell holes lo make II IhIitpmUiir, am) that devil'ti wr.'id, but hud win', Milled tip and out of I ho way It wan tuieh a terrain as WnllinRton niinht. have enjoyed at Waterloo, linn foothold anil smooth Koinir. and at the name time such a terrnln as made. PdhhIIiIo the, motloiueKt "iiKinnrv of war-tnnka little: and hljt, and tho airplanes hovorliiR low like hnwks as thoy .tlrelml above tho conflict. Tho. battlefield, wliirh hpftiiin some five idIIpr yonder ride of Amiens, was in fact, one birr wlwat field, studded with hamlets and village:;, before war made it n battleflebl, and It til ill lias Ui.it cell-lie aiijHi'l It does not soar the eyes and cramp (lie heart like the niitntor-�'.il landsi-npc of Vlmy and Ypres. sA'hrtrc every ton', of jtriund has been killed ainl rekllled a dozen time-;. It had not beep No Man s Lnnd very lonp before tin- Ueriuanp. were driven back If it had been Hie Rood brown ..r.ilh would have looked more like a series of confluent ulcers tlian it does now. Over our flvn o'clock tea. General M.iedonalil of the second division showed me his little contour map of tin? .ir-turn .V very kooiI flip Ii�Ir�.vi-.md � - e- Hill a vivl.) iinuvenir im !h.- pen-ral'/* dec li-,;t it ilij iiotiimr morn Ulan i'ti'|dl;;sl.?e 'lie Pi '"Vo 'law of the battlefield which v,,ih already in my mind. An ociicri. baViefinld, wlndo"- ilres. s"d. mi to sjcak. for vjiitor* who run tramp on r it now without RettiiiR th"ir feet wit, their boot-, muddy or Un-ir breei he> torn, ruder that placid Wnttj "but some of these Oe.rmun colonels bov� damned good horses. I should pay that the whippet story wwr.'f rv.n- lliiiu twelve miles tin-111 nil Vr. all blue and Rold and ghltumerlni: r.t dlance for our plli>rlmaK�. Let us look IlllOlIt IH "Here." faid Lieut. Itoberi Walt A DC. IndlcatlnR two hundred ;:rim black mouths, muzzling sky.Viinl. 'an-the guns we look " The guns hav0 been 'aken in many poses. Aeroplane photographs have mude them familiar to the pulili. , nm no picture speaks like the ulleti all-mice of tiioF.p. Hun nioustc: ; wlm will rave no more. Tlwy are of all size... from machine Runs to siiper'aov. lt/.ir;. Twothlld-t oT "Ihe Imr" fell to the f'utmdiaiis, but I lie JilKRe'" nin- i>! w:is Mi" prize of I lie Aii'-iralinn.i. I pointed II out lo l.ielll Will. whose local pride wan nettled "Sheer luck!" he snorled "It happened to be on their ude of the rnilwav trail..' All captured Ki'ns are now under the m_annRrn.iuiun*. and a sarin", and to loll the rnmotev age* what wa� done in Hie (iroat War, ami thh. r-;ui* and ; n�;>!'! t,\-i tllO Oeitllai'. liner turully l hey ke 1 like the harvest. Wtitt., "these, were - [.iv ;� -ear and mi->.;!.:! a little /trave-'i'i.always u of ^'.idden deaths in know our own fe|. but I  Do? A SEAT CANAWn WCCBSr* abBLOPG ^.V UNION MADE VERALLS JURIS 8.0 LOVtS who did it Somewb-re ahout the mid die of the battlefield w�� glimpsed h nilr'd lank. "il ground, for tank^ ihere ' l.ieut WaP oxplalncd. but Ith.i' (ellow struck a -.ill red. hlim�rH itorn The tank crew* work for l.' i hour'1 at n Vrnir.li In a t�mpera'ure '. '-*o I Imiir.- A  !? if o.'I'Mi llf'.d ' iei; 'iii' i.nn'ioir.. j' t"i" nd -if their j '.la*'.- IrleU. with ihMi �tdu'- a", Maek ai mil Thev .iro teil 4 ilatnaadpr'. Hie UniJ cr�>w. Ie;i even 4 i.lUmsn'W .:ln't li.iiid up t-> .1 tj.inn.in luti^ry. pump-ini; lalvoei or five p*)lnt nine at polnt blank ranse Pour old liehoniotti hai rui his! t . jutU'.ed from hi* icmaln-' that have i rocelvrj morn Hun our direct hit fair J ::i the bimelii und that the bean (el-bias iiiMd" have beim burned 'o a ! cri-ip Voiir lank miy be a little bet 'T "i.in the woo.1�n bono of Troy, but ; i." 1 no boudoir at that. How about tho whippet* V t ; asked "I* it true that a whippet can ; catch up with a Onnan colonel, ,��! 1 l.ipina holl for leather, and flatten him j vevaid v.-,is to nnbury It. "Of ootiri'.'." lie added, we coveted tlietii up rmain We ilidn't like to ^.>e the poor fellows ptariiit; defeat in ihe face Beside" th'-.y ; rnep. v.'irfe than they looked." Atld tbi-, in tii" siotv of "V"iy p.rave in every bat'lelield There is no" lefi iiplike vilely 'd whiil ilie lluii". d 1 to chiirihi's when tin v an. in a playful mood. Thev liai i! stabled their hor^-s in il - llicy Pad polluted two h!i;h ^il tain with iiiimriieable fllthtieii" The i'lire bud imp  had an onaaid nnd a i.'iirdcn hn'. Iln Cure':-, on bard and tbr f'ure's riudi n hiid inei 'he fate if .ill on hards and Kiird'-ns in the at /.'ine The Hees. til.1 -1 .p'o �,iii,-i were Hie livid hue of iiuor t:�> ��- Their naked hrancues ,i,"ini/i-d 'o lie.lV tl. CotlVUli i'd V. lib pun Hie,- h.'-d riven up tbe I'boo The h'ruieri' ol lb'-ir '.vouiiile bad been mor'i lhii'. biitiia ii The i;a: dc a nil.. �oi):-i_ .ilii I ;n ; obi lui'lle . old ' h'-ll.. - tlr'iIhc.'.e; - "f J evil lbit ovi'i ai'.nn t Hie :;.,i,it� "all v.a 011" little lei !i .uid Ih 1' iiie- I-P !  ' I1U-I1 lliiunled .1 ili:ill"lH:e i .v. liiv rime* A l-'rcin b lolonel p'.u-iei �. ; il '..idly j "A ted phi'. Mon-i"ur ' he ill 1.0 ' . Pnui.ii rolnnel'* lean a- an m in MilRb' n'"i' 'auiiltier" i �*l I Hi" ' 1 I >,' I 1 k in llK it i'd ,1 :il|-| Die i i. I hJl" . otlipilll >'." I "Pie.,*.- i;.,-| .c-  �a.-l tbr j cil'.ri;: bo ',,> t,) bbi prn>er'. J ' rilli 'li*.I in tin J nli'O tow'l I I .if.|i eii.ii'' Wait edsltiR ai\:iv anotii' At all �vents 't �-,, and hv now it mii-t n-visit. Hut don'; e � �, smoking. As a shell wiiii-,- m ptnod to say to |,;i-i,r. war i�n't henltliv 1 , "Well" n.-p|j'."l >;,:.! Pbilosopher "if von  -youve got lo pay p.,: I; for dinner 1 -Hint 11 1' Koe 1 back �: 1111111 V to v. as all for nil:" t.venty 1 1 our mil' - vii. LATE AS OCT. 15 'FLU NOT SERIOUS �d duo: '."Hi; or Canadian Atbinti. Mini siibniiii iii"s ifnrk a., lal" us on that dale th> I were i;r It!in; iii ] the lain ultimo. V koi the ne\v na p-Tlu- -..hooper iiiiliii-l.'ial, belonitinR f.i f.,i if.ive, on Ihe iioiihern ciIkc "f the Hull" S'ire.uii only ;i abort, run fiotn lnu- pori i hie i o! ', | l,l;d Yi Hid &RANT .-dork boljn, Nov ail mi ti i it rat or ha -ly tie: RriintiiiR of Pl/l.l'l /Y-VolllHOhill li'lV'lees reeolveij | fors. All |ier?(n.-V'.irs' luiprl".i/.iu". i' l'..'i!;eii AMT, ft iTV i 'I .. !l "he was bound for \ ill The Industrial 1" about :;n da v.-; ago Menlav Capl Webl Turl.- a rus 'In .or be that the si hooper been liimlcd �' a pott it -team. .- ami thai Pie i oei n"de.,tnived by a 11n eliiircn id has i)Oi if,;.* " i bill on Hie W. - v.'iil move o'.es Ileal 0 expe ::-!.. .il'liVl'ii .(; ' 1 1 'h' 11:.':-,11 :i ! en 1. The AjioftiatMl Beard of th� Royal Academy of Music 8c the Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. For Local Examinatioiu in Marie im British Espire PA TROS: lf� MnjmUy thm King. 'V\\� Annual riaammatitnui bntk Ptuctical atid Tt.?r sr Ju�, 1919, ' nwi\mt la k��l�T.) TI1F.0RETICAIS- MniaWr �th ant, 1�U *mi i* Af�U, jai*. TMlariihip, fintitlinft �vinn*r To j If* tiii:i�n at w\t or othar of 3ia Coltit^aa m l^iriton. Tfi��� �i4m.iutioni-t\tf liialieat *tan�ia*(l ta*t of inufiral eth' ill an b.ltu' flai. . .ii 1 id.- 1 .ui-li.ibi. - ,.i r lakiio; tl,.. nil' bablO' is. l.l Wall, A I) l' who wilt ii^t " liiicil �:'l his offer i.J .ifvrr.il  crenad .111. '� 'hey r.-.ui :i ;d I bo; e ihinKt. i'i r, rfoi\n � uttn ins it ' bi�ud n in liifchl--aud il in awkward lo tar. Our o�n fielniet ha-i i! b'-iilen fi.rlv tv;iy�. beiiiy, lit;ht  otufoil.ildo .iml not unsightly The Im.M  hiiiK abaiii ills'* 'I.'rtii.iu i.plrnoi i.s lhl> dim in Urn snot 'xher.i 'lie llun forehitid would nhtiir.illy be If our idea of .\ -safe denin.iarv .lidit'l ' t.ilt ti tin outright ii at lea:! knu.-kod hard a' the f.on: ihior ol 1*i-t iiit.>lli>iM I no! ii-e many of tlieso Herman helmet :i ; iioiiiK diit> as llower nots nutsido our ' field bo3i>ita!.-i ami �wuns in I'liatiu ' .hey nuke nfat .untaiiiers i.�r f.iiv.m-j umis and such it sweelrr son of K'uliur than anythlnK thoatt helnie.'.; h,iihorn*l I befoio J Herman shells, flearohinn ihe wood* i j to our i.ght. ml our visit to tho sab I | vago dump short It waa plain that i i I'rit/ knew ju�t about whero Uu lost SoihIr wora and Uo didn't wain us paw-iiis 'horn over. Not wishing tr. Irsjlaio i.im 1 buggesied lhat on our way to t iloscrie* wlioj.. was � metal uiuup j nhlrh Ilolntu had left"Iteulnd on hU i way back to llunslanil. The moial dump was a euiloii'i eob lection -criieiflses. ahum clocks, v ribrr a� fnttoe ; il p.. s I'.- i. , iu.1% - p.l\ I i. I , or .it ihr Otln:'' of the I SSI! i'i. Vr Im, PUS. and otTorecl in two muturiticF, tli� rhoicr of 5\rar Hond* due November l^r, PCM I'i yr.ir Itoriffs due N'ovimbcr 1-t, lOil'l . a.11 ce at thrOliir-of ilie Minister of 1-innnrr and Rrr.riM r i .rn�.f,.' .it Otia' :,,,, St, John, Pb.irlottrlown. Stoiitre.il. Toronto, Winnijjej;, Hcniiia. lulgary and Victoria. � to prim ip.il or .v.. to principal and interr^a . ii any ot the above-mentioned offire�. 't.ircr, half-yearh , May 1st and November 1st. a', anv br*m;h in l'.iniida of any Chartered rUn'*. Principal and Intcrctil payable in Ciold Donomitiatious: 150, $100. i.MiO and $1,090 '^rkio: 100 and Accrued Iiiicrenl Incomo. Kotiirn 5VL-9b per Aumiiu tlinfi any income lax -Imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. 'A ..ill be mcd for wnr purpunc only, including the purchase r made .on: ilh, 10IS; 31.Hi'".'. M.o.Ji i'- i.- follow--: W i jaeu.li' , b, IPIlt. . Ijlaive oi (irh'.r ij>.il ami 1 lo', i-present '.11^ ar. i ufd iniei c-t al hum November 1st lO 'Is :i a i r'...t'd llfi.-is.i 1 be .V 1 he M.truer : .' �.!" ::l 11','"  o'er. :iOr I  v 11. t- oi talnsi-ul .. a- s Oil''!.".'. Will In- |i.tit| on Mav l-.t. I'I l(>, ::;a> b-. f ui>I ot lull al the i line ol a;i|il: .it nm i ai the rate ol .V..', per .mnutu. ,i'!i!...n/e.| titvU-r Ai t >t ihe Ctilument of ("anada, andjxith primipal and imprest are a ii.l. 100 and iutrieM . ">i ; or on iiuv iiiM.iluieiit d. e dale tiieie.il.tei together this i�st:e '.s 8.I1H).OOO.OOA. e\r|u�iveof the amount v'il" anv' paid tor Uv t!:e surrender of bonds of previous issues, e, (.r-.i'i.t. !� 'r.'M the right lo allot the whole or any pan ol the mouni Mihvrllie.l m i-i.f" �'t i'lfKI.OOO.OfK). Convcrwioii Privileges pen. vale 1'.. of t ij.' ion be \i. f' l .'i.i ue.-. > isf oen of like nuturiiv, or longer, made bv lla ai-cepted at 100 and accrued iineicat .a* the equivalent ol raib lor t he purpose Payment** Ah . :.-T"� drafts, etc., i o'�  �.u.; :*\. �� � -i * arc to l>e made pavablt- to the Credit ol the Minister of Finance Failure to pay any la'Mlnieiii � b-n due * ill leudt  pu vi mi |..i'iii'nt? I jhle. lo forfeiture, ami the allotment lo cancellation. Subscriptions must be accoin-ji inir.l bv a tiejsv.i: "t Hi'; .iil .mept subv-riplioiis and is'tie receipt*. Sub--, fii'tioui m.w tx- patil in lull at tur.p of application at 100 without iotereti; or on any instalment due date thereafter togeths with accrm-d mi. re-t t.i tone oi inalcim; (ijyment in lull. I'niler this provision, payment of subscriptions may l>e made as ' II [mil in it,II nn or Ivi-lore Nov. liilb, I'.'IS, par without interes:, or 10KI''[. Ii ina tiio'i^ instalments paid on IW. lith, I'US, balance of 00% and interest. tl!V0.4Spei $100.^ If rem.moti,; iii-t.tlmeins paid t>n Ian. O'.b, I'."111, balance oi 7hro and inlerent. ($70.80 jier flOO.' II ifiiuu e s lOjiabiHiits pant on teli utb, l'.l HI, balance ol 60' ",s and inleresi, (f.1t.04 jier 1100 ' I! leiiu.mt;^ uistaliiiiiii patdtui Mar Otli, lUl'J, balance of 30% and interest, Ital.lli per JI00.) . fellows. ^ lieate: lion I lie lirst . ooisiit alt I- nils l.as. ui . 5U"J. j:-v"t.' l>enomiiiulioi� and Kejjisitration ,$.r.00.. and $1,00(1., and llv^^ be recistered ai to principal. 1 '.ill. rouuons, �ill be issued in denominations of $50 , $100 , � le receipt < w.ll be lurnished to all subscrilxus who desire to pay by instalment* Tuear ie.