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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i PAGE SIX THE LKTIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, XOVP.MRKH -l 1!M8 "BRINGING UP FATHER By G. Mc Manns EPIDEMIC AT FERNIE SOMEWHAT WAS SULLIVAN WORLD CHAMP? RING RECORDS PROVE FIGHTER'S CLAIM. Sullivan, "it'i *h�m '  ! qua n -led. II* held a '.'tic i !'..i;-i.'n- , different Kucli�h ,-ine�. .�:; i t  .  ,t,n I Charlie Mitciudl. u mi-'..'.'-- * > . . :: , I ea*tly di5po�e-| i'. ail �>j.;-. �>"�: : M.- i;-:.-Tt i:.if.-..:1 . '\\a* .)�>;!n 1- .-'Ui'ivan h.'.ivviv.p!  ii.impii-:! of th�>' t ii;>. '' b:otir.h' the Tevrc " .  iae :�!� nam- in ;�"!' :�> my K'lKland ' over te> t:*'i: .--'i i �.r; l>rS.� t 'if ()'��!>. r of �mo;:t :;). cr-.i! .-'.-I : . ;'.an'.pa>:r* ' ;n:�.'''I''d Mad !"tt   ' r1:;.: ->v � .. . � .'�.!�' 1 r ?: �!'..''. , ::i'^o*il of a �n;in'!!i f- � ' i boy o.' Sutl.-ar Wat Champ,on : dinx.weight an .J h " world i I� l:i S j ; >.. i;.�-.!.� ;i "n*- -.� a r. wiii,:-. w,, i;, |j ., r> . ;v-�acti'.:,,-I  haniph a i' t:. Q E ate ,i..n t,. ti.f n..i' - Tin1 ir.:,,'i rncliic liT'. i|t� nt atw'-'tn fomn! tli.i' ' ,i" fhi' ,s" i; i �ijit,.;.' ' � i;'M'VIIK '. " :'i.i:i .1 Hi": Jii-ins �n.a ''P.-�l?!i bill "lit :i" �..1 ! r-'TUi-'!',-':';.l up I � � timv \ i'l iiioro , !hiri! roiuirl iii.M'",i  : t'n! .in.J :; ; '� I .-:�;'.u i. a p > DOUGlAr, hr a03 LI"T t;l* lianipuv-. ai:r- and JMi!!!riR !un !.aun''�! .it r�-u�!h;;iK a:;il �*U:�m�  .nal'.j . �V '...n:  H'i; top. J'-n*. Mar" and i'".u-r Kncl ii'.l! Man* ha! r�"!."r��i!. *"oliurn, ih* *'� n  ocnui-ii l.v (ij.-rt.i'.i: amh'.fi!i�* a- f�H on U�- ad  ' : . t.HTiiai:>..a! iv. *� it;;,. . -lanipiott Pi.lii  T*i. v.-.i', li'.-r %.!;� .�.,;, !. !h- nn� and ���� '.dt'd :n n.'.-.U.f �!') H;."i M:t.lif:i at MMii^^und i'.-v M:-� ! �,�, .i n.i- r.k'Ji' : (� � ,].,,.,....,, > , , �.,- i. )%..... - .  \t>t.-.i� I! a' 17. it S';'''v,,.; r.n:'.�.. 'Mr' !.>:k. jr...- ,,r:d fr.�- !(:�;* ll.i>. \' ' i! �a> �sr�-�'a!i iu 1 �; w.:::-rr �!:� i".!���! '.>�.;.>' iuirv \ut ! eroun! tn * t-CfUs 1 t try : � f.:. ! a : . h�-a: Ml' :;�!! "-it!  - -' - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 4 long nCtiiOll U.icxl *Ull. \-*tt..::z M.t : and fijlit Ilk" a ii.-'. m �un! {or a.*l tiS'i'U.Ug a!. I I.' a*ay (ro':u JuhnV ...-.1 a1 . 1 j llTlf" and 'hi' - Nap-tic antl a? it" r,ii-v 'nc i ar-r-'.i':,'n r.nlnr an >'r�sttJ� .i � �>. t> tnun ntC '.rf nr tiitt:.- rtf.i >Ut I . " � .�'! " !h�'l ita  .a!. � v.-rv : . '' ! V.'- a :. 'c - � .a if! � � V t '!l: :i I rnlumna. Kvcrybotly Is wllllliR !o do unythlnK in tlwlr powor to allnviatc thr suftnrinK. and the wliolc army nf volunteer!' nn' worMne wltli a harmony that Irt mo~t i;rat!(y!iiR. Tlio nuniluT of licniha to dnt'', from Inflm-nja or |iri"!itiumlii linir.i'il;.;!i'!y fol!o�ltiK .in .i'.!.ii !; of the fnrnnT. is ?nrpripirts;3>- eniall In romparifon to (hi' �ld(> tprcad of llif t'pidcinii' tliroiiRhoii: tlif town. Tin' 1J jit of tho�i> who liavn diiil herf. I� us follows: Mrs. (Jporfir Wol-iliy. wife of Clii-'f of l'ollrn Wi'lfliy; I,. AcuMto: Mary Contanto; John M. llnianRor. lnaki'-ninn on tin- MK ami M ; K. CimoIb; Mikr KuMlk: Mr tlardy. nn nldorly m.iii who *n!i pnrtlally i�nra!yn�vl. and Mr Tfrrl". mother of Mra Wi-lshy, who il|>"| today ,i, jji" K�Ttile lio-|m?al. af!t-r hut two or three iinv� nufferli-c from infliirti/fl. folltnvlne a u'd hut �ifh the.e dai.� r,n"� reUp*ltic i'it" pnenmor death t'f th- NEW ATTACK ( O'JNTINMIKO FROM FllONT 1'AO�v, rnorr nt'i Uiii :a. aii'l th.' IT KILLING OF T1SZA ('rtpf'iiliHKen. Thnrtsiliiy. lit" The tlermnn Snilallxt nrRiui. Vor waerlM. n ropy of whU'h h:i� heen re-relved here, bitterly uttiick" the .\uh-''lan emperor In IU'ut Hint Knipf-ror rhnrlen itnnils hat (n haml ati'l ltei;i for fair weather Tin- ui'wupnper nay.-* Aiulra^Hy'n note hetrayn no uuderufniidlni; nf the find that a throne by I'reKldent WlHon's Kraie can not be a Hi/nm- for u real ruler I'he Vor�'�ert� srys thai il i" a mat-.''*� Buy all the Victory Bonds - You Can - R. D. RITCHIE fM 13th 8t t. Opp. Ellison Mill* The right �lo*f 1 dt �n 3? round*, vkhit-n '��'�� � wear) : > do ant ui.-f-  t- . II til HtL'1'prd t;V m-J'-iii >o:.r tnite.1 a -'draw " Cauldnt Fied Man Suiltvutt had uiwr, baltie. vtiia \in!---it ."-U'..-who �** ! r :((..' !.-:a -.: ! hy Jem Maee *a� a *!*�,� and �4� !.-i � � "--r'.-i '-. Sullivan Vno.-kr-t )c:n t. -.: i; ' t>, . \ sound Tiii-t *4f t��- V. \\\ . mo i John !. *ai *'..Vi ->t i>.� : .:� 10 ft tinU'U. baft! kUu-kiri f. r he*vywr".ght i-!�dnij�:ua*h'.? t>�d !'i-'J1 i� -5 iv.jiid� This Wa� ittf la*t tar# k:ui. k'-a'.'.\n. wa� efcc uniteimi.r.i :.�ii) a.-;g!it t.:-..-.:�..-p:.!! under hou Uu I'fUr K;:.g lit had beaten l*u - -s tidf= ar.d ha.t bra;.-:, all the best men at to^t-'ry. Inv'ncible a! One Tims To �!:���.�-tl having r*. 1 of? duty .'� *1 � Iff'i. is t-jr.nia, leaving . i � t > 'die t are . ;�. > LONG TIME IN BASE QAUL �  .* a * .* - ii ft c i. v..i�  1 !�, Mi 1.-:- t.�^ > .i! '. U".  i t undrr l.'te Vii.-.'rd.-.:ti N>v. .1 -The ]t.-i iln 1 Vo�iji.-h draninis to.iai ;*.iunt Tli?a | "Hil h!� -iltd 111*' I iltlll'f r,i Ai.U.ia ' n't aitvaneed '-' tin-''! tit" In I I ude t�. t a^Wlns* tbrv *auteour hand""' a siiilier t'en.aiidej of Tto�� 1 ma .rjiitej hr hi-"..l � r'-voln-r Tin'  oldie;- :>', 1 htm to put it �*��. bat Tl�fc* f" plied I rhail !,�> hi-. aU"* ' y.t.t !mr !."�' laid a.ide >- JUentt-d the w'ii !lle!| jo jraie tiir niilill. but ttley lit-.!il!.-i A =.ddlrr thai; .ol lro|lnl!ile for tiie tfllelton o! :i;l!il(�ns fit people. bnaiHe ' yot) nilei the \� �r ' j T.'scn raittnK their rifles the cul-1 dit-re tho't'.rd ' Tit" iniir of ret Uon ir.g has * uliie " Tiir euldlcfa fired thre� nho" s and i'l-.�.� fell Ills ia�t wor^ii hup. 1 u::i dying It had to be " i'.ie Mdd'rr* tjuttted th� inm-e, ar-ti.iiipante i by gendarmes, w fm ui-p-r.iiip'.jyed t * ? > tve and ilr own invinci: iako. Tl i - iven j My; : i -itnc Thp lit v i. in Gc oroii i thai - � -cii-.iiii./ ft mi '. :: ;ei! .:. I t 11 :'o- tiaii : :.e> -i- i a!tr>- j-ii -ti! '�'ifialirr K'-. e / iU.Xe I'a.r'v - i ttie .:� �A : . r . ai,. - Lf.eii ii]t Tb-i^  t. iitlilr Li - ^1 i!. - t *-:* .i'.r V. o. k- - - ' it* arrive .-i i^y jui k�;'.n !� i.t.e'.l tftho ii '-: hW � uHap�e - � .il clan Will -di-i Kirkpat-assistant in the * lamer and As -  lii:� tiie ambulunre FUEL SITUATION IN O'.o*,! Oi t o-ai as . t to rr i li.rai.ite t..a! Suv 1 -Small > wii.iiuii-i'ii veil ai laige are Imw -ub ^t:oIl m Hie aiumm*. of uii-iiob they riiay obtain j fur this writer as > ompare.J with |.rev-hiiii Jeaij. Tin* is the tilling of the . mei ra for the proviu-et> of OlHoriti iud (JUebeo These; udlllill- iistratoro ii;i� autiiorny ti ^a> what ipiopur'ui:. of last year's touuagr iua> ' be rUi,pl:>d any (oiisumer within .h.-ii re.pei live piovinei-a ail.1 their ruling viiii apply ti, peopb: ordinarily uiting aix ton. a t�r or under, as well aa lo tno.e u.-mjr larger lonnage. The fn' line re niaini unchatiKed on the western sble of the Scheldt to flood* Val enrienne* In practically inip'.i'Rniib!.-tr-mt nttuck :iom the north, where oar ini'ii. holdliiK oio of our head-'lilarter,". lu'cupylllK a beautiful chateau, i a in i* In for very heavy -trafltm. beniK forced to upend four lnmr-. in tin- i ellar*. while tin- enemy toppled the houieR over their head*, followed hy an intense Kit* bombardment. I color initial) iiiimtner couilltloiiii and billeted when not 111 lines nmoiiK Keiiernus Krench pea-i.inti, our men are In crent fettle and dcilre ncilhiiiK .iiore than In have iinollier whiick at the llnclie. 'ibcy v^ill welcome mi ar mhtli'i', of course, hut tiie present In-activity with ihe enemy apparently immune from attack Ju-d in front nt Iheiii Ii noi at all to their lastu. Americans. The ndvanee of (len. 1'crshtnp'fl troops Iiiik rencheil the littlo lako 111 tile cenfie of Hellvnl wood. On tlie extiemo rlRht. the Amoricim.f advanced north of MontmlBny-rtovnni-SaaBy. Krnni there, the Hue ran toward the MetiHo river. German Activity. raids. Nov. 1. - The liermnns maintained activity with their nrtllle.ry and machine ftitilH IhrntiKhatit. the ctltin! iiIrIH on the IS-tnile front on Ihi! Abuie between Itelliel and Heiuii:'. ac eordiiiK to toiluy's war report. The l''iemli bit army ilurini; the mouth or October, in the, llghtlUK cut Oini! rronl. look IP,sun prlRnnnrv. 113 caution and l.iinn linichinn guns, thu stiitenieni annoiniees. The text of the statement ruailn: 'North of the Serre n Fronch patro' pnni'trated into the 1'arRny wood iimi captured 100 prisoners. "The activity of the (lorninii art il lory and machine xutm was maintain-el dnriiiK the nlKht. on the whole Alsn� front between Hethel and Soniliy. "DuriliK the month of October, In the course of incessant IlKhfinR. in whit!) the 1st army wan eiiKaKod on the Ob"1', front t( took lh.SiXl prisoner* of whon: L?t�4 were olllcerti, and cnptlired 11* cannon, besides maehliii) sulci mid con.Mi.lerahle niaterial." Activity of Airmen fiondnn. Nov. 4 fb'ilhvays and nlr plane bandars In ihe region nf Mrn were nthicked today by the British inrlepi'iulenl air force, says an ofncial statement Issued this afternoon. The statement say: : "Today wo carried nut heavy at-lack:; on the railways In'and around Saaibuii; One suuadron ultni-knu Hiihl with itoiid result". Hits wero n!> tallied on the near hnncars. All mil machines returned safely." Whole Front Moving Forward Home. N,,v. I -The Italian state men! read-.: "The whole front is ninvlnR forward lletween the Action anil Tonale. til-, formidable Austrian lines have beer, passed by Italian advanced Ritards The Tib army is deicen-IiiiK from Ton ale into the Vennltdio valley and a-eundiiiK Ihe Imlloiv of fluldlcarle am' crossini; the rldKc from Motito I'iirli. to t!i(. Ifivii basin. The 1st army |� ailvamtiiir from the slopes of Mont-Altls-'imo and fruni Mori towarc l:iv.i. "Mo:i was defi ndcil by hoslilr rear-cu.-.rd.. for a bun: time, but the enemy was overcome In house-to-house flirht inir. An assault detachment and an Alplni itroup broi.e, in a rapid and bri! ilaut iiitaclt. the enemy barrier fcrti llcittons in tin. l.aKarlna valley inn' in the nelKhhoi hopd of Mori and launched an attack on the left bunk 0: the AdlKe. Tli'" entered itovi rf.-i � ;tp!u:o;o' M-veral hundred prlHiinerr and dei idliu: the fate of (ho detach meiit - welt -itdt'd October ::u, liieie were I2ti! deaths i-aiiiiei] In 1'ari.s by the iuflu-'11/a i-pidiinic. During the previous week. >So deaths were utiribiit(-d to the malady. Of those who died, lie "or.- males and M. females. Nino hundred ol those who died were per .�.una between '^u and oil years of a^e. Buy all the Victory Bonds   You Can .  Central Garage Old Roller Rink, cor. ard St. & 4th Avenue S., Lethbrid(je W. H. OOWI.ING W. 8. COOK Will *1ORA0f ? SUBMARINES AS tlietn would take :* *> l -i - :.h. Hine Slit ieariiB tiiat (iermaii i-iigiueero have coi!-!ii: ioon �-!ad > liiideii!. 'I hi 3K' ft-ei loiiK and nf L't/bi/ ions. 'i'l:e vessels *i0 men iu their crew and arnifcd with unpedoea, 1 jl*' -leutimetre buus 3uuu ibells and twu timetre guns. are bout carry are two Willi S S-cen- v V V V V Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Fi-eeze-Proof. We recommend it. BUY VICTORY BONDS AND BEAT THE BOCHE8 BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 882?403? ;