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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the let::Dnror,fs ^ ii,^ '^.,iLD SATUnDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus WELL-WELUJKto movj are too -1 N TEN 3T40LL.X- TIM I'D HAWOL.V _, KNOW VOO- PI YOU NUfeT COME RWIT UP TO THE I'D LIKE TO - VVHERE do -fcxj'ie I-WE? p- JOHN B. WILKIE (CONTINUI'ID FKO.M KKONT PAOK1 CLINT BENEDICT SIGNS UP NEXT YEAR Toronto, Nov. I.-There there wltl be baseball next year was predicted �y President McCaff-ery of the Toronto Club this morn-ln(. The Leafs magnate also hazarded the opinion that the diamond sport would come back stronger than ever and that instead of two major leagues there would be three and that Toronto would be represented in one of them. Toronto. Nov. $.--C!int Benedict, the craik goal-keeper of the Ottawa �lnators, lias accepted terms from the Canadian Hockey Association and Acting-Secretary Livingstone has wired him confirming the contract. Other well known players will .be in line in a few days also, a? practically all the details have l'oen closed. The association is soitig ahead with their plans ami paying no attention tt> the N.H.L. meeting on Saturday. TAKES TOLL 0! Will Not Exceed $11.10 and Aver-;ige Will lk $173-Higher Vait\ Men Don't Get It * ? * * : NEED FOOD IN AUSTRIA ? Berne. Xov. 8.-The populations of Tyrol and Vorariberg. the westernmost Apart of Austria, have appealed to the Swiss federal couucll to send food. The council sent the request to the French ambassador, who will transmit It to the allied governments. In the meantime the fedora! cotirieil Is studying means to extend aid as soon ns possible to the two districts. Prior to coming to this city, ho whs associated with one of the coal companies at Tuber. Before that, ho was with the C. P. It. at. Winnipeg. He was horn in India 31 years ago, his father being llov. Dr. Wl'kio, a noted Presbyterian missionary. His father visited him here, this year, having been in Canada on furlough. He has since returned to India. A brother, a civil engineer, and a sister, in Toronto, as woll as his fnther anil mother survive. Mr. Wllkio came to Canada as u child and was educated )\\ Toronto. In 11I1I, Mr. Wllklc married a daughter of llev. Dr. Oegglo, pastor of Parkdalu Presbyterian church, Toronto. It was a happy union. lie-sides his wife. Mr. Wllkle leaves two small children, otio only a few weeks' old. Ilev. Dr. tleggie Is in France, 011-gaged in V. .M. C. A. work, but Airs. Oggle, is in Lethbridge, having been with her daughter for some months. Miss Clegglo, Is also here. Mr. YVIlkio was ati active member lie was a member of the Masonic order. It Is a coincidence that the presidents of the Rotary Clubs at Medicine Hut and Lethbridge have both been, victims of the Influenza. British Cricketers. Football Players Figure Heavily in Casualty List  Camouflage RUGBY PLAYER, FOOLED THEM ALL Toronto. Nov. S.-Sport enthusiasts ^111 be pleased to learn that the reported death of Hev. Father Gonter. the well known rugby player, is untrue. The report of the des^U of the former Argonaut and St. .Michael hack , field player was stated on Monday :-nd soon spread over the city. How- � ever. Rev. Father Carr, president of St. Michael's College, said this morn- ! ing that tbo report was untrue. A j long distance telephone conversation ' had been held and it was leaned that while Father Gonter had been ill with \ influenza, his condition was much ini-; * yroved. Itov. Father Gonter was or- i datned In November. and is at-1 tacbed to the Buffalo diocese. Lethbridge. Alberta.    Nov. Oth. *-  * Dear Folks: - Simultaneously  �  With the Hun Holler s � * For help We break out. again Having suffered The tortures Of the Flu' And tbo damned-  � Masks.  * And we think These masks Are a fine example Of camouflage. Ladies gallivant John Llndop, y%rj suddenly. j Down the street St. Thomas died i KEEP YOUR RADIATOR FULL of water. It will not freeze so quickly. If you do have radiator trouble of any kind ANDY The Radiator Man, Right. Rear Dallas Hotel Will Fix It (Upstair*) AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Eiperlenced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE Mt 1Mb St. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills I/Ooking like beauties Of the harem *  * And the men look �4 * v Like Jesse .lames � * * At his worst And you can't tell Whether you're, meet lm; * � Your private bootlegger .�  Or the chief    Of the fly cops.  * And- really the situain.ii � � Is very embarrassing And we almost know How to sympathize    With Kaiaer Bill,    The greatest eamotifleur �   Of them all. TIip severe lighting on the western front has brought a large number of British sportsmen under fire, the 'latest casualty list issued containing j the names of several well known ; sport smen. � l.ieutenim .). \V. tin;'!..''.!, who is re- I )>orted missing, was coxswain �t the i Pembroke eight at Cambridge and ialso at Henley, and coached the Trent j eight at Cambridge in l'.'lo. \ Lieutenant Colonel 11. V. Hastowe. | wounded, is a keen soldier-sportsman. \ He played a good deal of cricket and , rackets for* his regiment, both a* home and in India. Captain A. C. Thorn),s� ,-u ! killed" in action. lie had a distinguished career a' l-Miuhurgh university, where lie won the go!o medal as 'dux of the whole :. W. Jet;nine--', tise f.tpiou- K-'lit eoiinty cricketer, has died from result �( sliell .-hock. Two well known footballers have made the big $acrific in 1-;.!). Liglit-foot of Totteiillnti; Hotspur and I.-eon-eil Hradley. the noted Potttyiiool rugby player. Lieutenant h. (",. Crater, killed, wa* a well known member of the Aurioi rowing club and -trolled the winning erew in the junior eij;j,ts at Aiarlow regatta in lt'l.'i. Lieutenant Colonel H. I.. Muir. wounded, i- u promir.eut member of the Manehe.-ter Athh: tie Club and of the West of Scotland harriers. His brother, in-. ]-;. Muir. is the well known amateur .-tarter, a ucml)er*iif the Manchester A. ('. ami. t 'hashlre Tallyho 11. and H.. and one of the kei-nest lover.i of athletics and rugby football in the Manchester district. Lieutenant Colonel .1. (I. Itooner, killed, was a well known sprinter and three-quarter back of the Bradford college ayd Koyal Military academy. Captain It. Is.. Iiruinmoiid. killed, was a forward of Watson's college and We-t of Scotland F.C. .lack lifilton, the '.'.ell known Ki-ch-t aiel Ilochilale Hornets rugby player, has also f'.-lh'H La-i week the remains of his brotln r. Captain It. L. Iloltun, who was drowned throiiKb tin- torpedoing of the Warlldu, wer.-cremated in .Ma:iche-tf-r. enpafed In the inside | I*jf't {or department recelviiiK a 1 trft'n- j Ottawa, Nov. 7.-Reports that the I government's war bonus to members i of the inside civil service will be con-t'.tied to those receiving, salaries of not j I more than $l^su per annum, were con- j t tinned by a memorandum in exphuta- j ! tioti of the order in council grunth)R | tiie bonus, issued this evening. The | j amount payable to any one person will j I not exceed JliaO. The Civil Service j 1 f"aeration asked for a Hat bonus of Saa'h [ The order in council relating to a ' war bonus to civil servants applies j the principles of the post office settle-I nicnt to the employees, both pertna-' n->ut and temporary, of the outside service in all tii" other departments of , the government. j In order that the amount may he ' distributed in accordance of the just claims and needs of the individual civil servants, the government will place at the disposal of each department a aiini 'not exi ceding in the aggregate $175 for each person . -service of the ! .-alary of not more than *lSSo per annum, tn he used in the payment, of ill" bonuses In such department, ac-cording to the |,rinclpies settled by the . subconimltt'-e. the amount payable to any one person not.'to exceed'$2B". Subject to the foregoing the order provide-" for a war bonus to employees tti the inside .service, both permanent ' and temporary, who are in receipt of an income of le--s thau ?1880 of a sum j 'tot exceeding su.'O, in addition to any | increase in salary or other allowances ; received during the war, providing the ; aggregate of bonus antl salary shall not exceed ?lsso per annum, the jn-j crease to take cit'ect as from April 1. 1HIV 1/ In conMderne.' the amount to be allowed for a war bonu� at the present time, the govt niincni cannot overlook the fact that parliament tioth in the ! years 1'.'17 and lH^s made provision for special allowances or war bonuses and the war bonus now being provided for is In addition to what parliament lias already ,-oted for this purpose. Tiie order provides for the payment of this bonus to those only who are of the inside service as of April 1. 1'jlS and as from the said date. PRETTY WEDDING 'From Our Own CorrMoomTwM Nobleford, N'ov. S.-A very pretty wedding was solemnized here lust Monday evening in the hotel, the contracting parties being Miss M. White of Nobleford and Mr. James Folson of Medicine Hat. The- ceremony was performed by the llev. J. A. Le�lle. the bridesmaid being .Miss Benson and I the bridegroom Mr. V. Van Dyke. The j happy couple, who wore the recipients ' of many useful and beautiful presents. Medicine Ilat on the Tuesday Spanish Klu' has so far got only one victim here, the section boss having gone down with ft on Saturday. He is, however, getting over it nicely mid with the precautions that the local j hoard of health are taking it isj hoped I that no more cases will .develop. Owing loathe flu' there has been very few "visitors in town these days and with no meetings at is a hard | proposition. ' ' The Victory uoan cnnipalgn Is going on smoothly and the work of the canvassers has so far resulted in applications for $40,000 being tun.'.d In [fto headquarters at Lethbridge. Uefore the issue dose* the local committed hope, to reach the $7p,upii allotted to them. The news of the German acceptance of the armistice terms, which arrived here yesterday afternoon � soon got noised abroad ;uid soon flags from all buildings wure flying In the wind. In the evening Kaiser Hill was publicly hung and then burned In the presence of a large crowd of enthusiastic folk. raou Fiont Pa*w� on the front from Sussey to Marlln-court last night was marked by artillery and machine gun fighting. Flag Files Over Dun. With the American Army on the Sedan Front, Nov. The American flag today is flying over Diin-snr-Mi'iise. Dun is a picturesque town on the east bank of the Mouse and is situated on high hills whose steep slopes ftse abruptly from the main street. The iiKttal despoliation marked th Herman withdrawal from Dun. Kx cept for the destruction of roads ami bridges, little property, however, was destroyed aside from that damaged by the Herman and American artlllerv. A great part of the little city is ye" habitable, but there are few houses that do norshow scars. Little of value they could carry nwny was left by the Germans and what they could not move, they destroyed. The shops of the town hear evidence of the long occupation by the German". Over a majority of the shops there are German signs. 1 Germans Glad to Yield. With the American Army on the Sc. dan Front. Nov. '.-"What Is the use of staying out there to be killed on the last day." was the comment of scores of prisoners brought in yesterday by the ^Americans. The captured Germans were a more discouraged lot than usual. .Mo-it of them declared that since their government is quitting-and they appear to bo convinced that it is--it was absurd for them to neglect the opportunity to .surrender. THESE TABER CAULE (Ei The man Burns I1*'-[cattl-, about i Buy a Victory UouiU. first shipment of Jett and Fur-rattle bought recently by V. H Co. was made today. These about looo bend, were bought, collide of mouths ago. They are all llerefords. bought from the Mc-lutyre Ranching Co.. by .lett ami Fur-man three years ago. and wince that time they have been grazing on their acre lease north of Tnber. They are considered without a doubt, to be the best cuttle .that have been shipped from Alberta this yetiV, and should easily top the murky! in Chicago for Alberta rango steers. THAT YOU MAY LEND FEAR BOLSHEVIK Correspondent Tells How Killers of Part of Russia Treat the People E Archangel. Nov. !l,-Abject terror that the HoJ->hcvil;i are coining back eigns in the hearts of many villages on the  Dvinii and Vaga rivers � Hied linos. I to kill and ri the peasant-banks of ihi hack of tin i New York. Nov. 7......Whll iltird, world's heavyweight j offers to do his bit for the ! Dr. William T. Little, ton, died of iulltteuza. of Flesher- PREPARE FOR WINTER D0NT WAIT TOO LONG We have a good selection of Winter Goods: Robes, Heaters, Engine Covers, Anti-Freeze, Chains, Dry Cell., Winter Oils. WE HAVE A COUH.E OF GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT BEDROCK PRICES. BUOt) MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" .less Wil- ! (hiii.'iplon, ' lilted War Workers campaign against carefully picked opponents somewhere down in TexiH. Pete, .Herman, holder of th-' bantam title,, who is less than half . - Resolutions protesting against the movement to establish u .Zionist government in I'alestine as being an "usurpation of the homes and property of a weakened, impoverished people by u race rendered powerful through contact with western civilization," were adopted last night by .">0o members of the Uamallah Young Men's Society of New York State, one of the strongest Syrian organizations in this country. The resolution declaring "that no people should be governed against their consent," said that J'ulestliin is held sacred by the world's three great religions anil to give.precedence to one would prove disastrous. Tho resolutions protested against "lli;n the Dvlmi-Vaga front 'found the peasantry full of hatred for 'the iiolsheviki, bin afraid to fight. In | many places, ihey have already seen : their friends shot and hayouc.lted or brutally killed by ,lo\v torturing moth ods when .suspected of aiding the allies. ! In one little village it was rolated i to the c(,Mcre wink ot the navy. Tho on1 y from him in safe .%'ranulsco lust iiiofA*, I'.-teuiues effective tomorrow peopl The p Itiissian lie, I,, autv- leniH' I. pea u ill. Men nw h is ill' |.  or candle back tliile's .'theatre at Pajajsjpfjtl Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Freeze-Proof. We recommend it. BUY VICTORY BONDS AND BEAT THE BOCHES BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 4636 433430 ;