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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta C^enliasen, Noy*'; lO.rr-Aao^ier at tempt on ,tUe life of Prlnoar Henry ol 1j Prussia' his been nJade at Fleni^urc pwhere he was ia secluilon yeaterdar jit Is believed he eaoapod. v - ...ReveniloW ,to denmark I London, Nov. 10.~-(Brltl8h wlr^lesi |8orv|ce). - Count toii. Hevontlow, IwhoBe pan-Gorman writings have ap' (poared during; the war Itt ,the Tagej jZoltung ,of Berlin, has flsd to.Dija jnvark.  He deoJared .to a; oorreBpond' enir'at. the frontier that'tho eituatlon would be much worse In .Germany Iwhen Uiejpoldlera.returned'from, the front. /GeneraJ anarchy Is expected, SAYSSOLDIEIG Army Life to Develop Disciples of Hunting a�d Fishing Now York, Nov. 11.-"The Streams and^ woods of the lakes. United ANAIETIC MEET IN FRANCE Seeing an athletic meet from the clouds was the delightful occupaUon of an airman during the holding of the Canadian Corps Championships in ,,,----------------- Franc* on Dominion Day. As If the i cd they quietly dispersed to their thousands of eager enthusiasts who fj^aTifjig and seemed very little con- ------, ----_ 61-jaTy meets tor the various dlvisioBs,; jjj^j.fagj.oi.y fjn^s au hands on the job. just as if they were engaged in a truly essential occupaUon. The'y are 100 per ';cent loquacious, and are doing JliuKC-" :RrO, wa8u*'Uicir uuuciaiiiiI. 1 ctry mww v��v --------� . i�h their boots, carry a gun and fire' resulting In the selection of the cham-*"lt. Bleep in the mud and walk in the pionship material for the final com-' inJre and eat out of a tin pan on the petition. The contesUnts have prob-sTriiiii'i v^iiose are the Joys of hunting ,and fishing, , / f^.-Men who*on(!e*l*clMd the coiirage 5" "Men who*onTO*l*cked the coiirageltn. the'-hands tne x.Auv;j^mi"f"AThey have accomplished much m tne 'to a che>^>aSn in the T> lor more, perfect training When the r^^^,,^ the following Snojw have the courage, to do so great event Iteelf came off it was the jeatg.- ..v....... ~ . .."_"!;V*,_r.__i^.LrJA ^M^^t -v^xtrA -which nrovlded the,back- Have recognized the  national com- Arnold iathom hlmT Now I stand In the blind. refreshments for both compeUtors aHd Sat the same hour, but therf ain't no teal." the National league. Have elected John B. Foster, secretary of the New York Giants, to the IBworzuiUK lu �uu �uv,ut. berth Tacated some time-^ since ^ by Kl^f'^WON CROSS COUNTRY RUN ' -----t,i,, w T�i�r '^liewlY-otk, Nov.. 9.-Charles Pnree, ------.------ �^'il^Itiam Bay Naval Training  Staxlon, out the sky that day. � is uimosi un-- ------- --.------- S'the iktional 10 and 5 inUe champion possible to Imagine that they were bnt � Haye �old the Giants to Harry Sln-tUjtunner, won the service cross-country enjoying a few hours respite from the 'Clair. SsriW of the Metropolitan AU> let! 3 Tin- horrorsof theibattlefled, or that they! Have, robbed Jack Hendricks, Chrls-loh oyer the 6-mile course at Van Cort- are the crusa'dera who are carrying ty. Mathewson, George Stalllngs and - "... . .the banner'oM^jerty to places, where .one or two other major liaague man-civiU�rtio� dejaaads that If must float.- , London, Nov. -Sir Erie Ged* ; des, the first Jord'bf tht admiralty, ' made interesting diiclosuret in a \ speech at the Lord Mayor' Vie-t tory show. He said that those who were charged,'with that res* pontlblllty waited hourly for the possibility of a naval armagedden The whole stage .^was set for a, great sea battle. But something went wrong. The arm that waa going to try the : rast desperate gambling stroke was paralyzed. ''The German navy, I am as convinced as I am that I am atand-irtgV here tonight," said the first lord,^ "was ordered eut\ and the men would not come;" Half the German fleet,'he de> dared, was flying the red flag- the German fleet was flying the red flag beeause it realised that It was not engaged In a good cause. ER IS IN Washington, Nov. 10.-William Hohenzollern has arrived in HoUaiid and is proceeding to the town jof Desteeg, near Utrecht, according to a dispatch received by the American general staff today fcomjhe Hague. ' The m^^^ adds:state that the kaiser arrived tjus morning in HoUdnd and is proceeding to MidwChe'^rflight of. Emperor William to Holland is confirmed from several aouroes, but there .Is adlvergenee in reports relative to the identity and number of'Ms corvpaniohs, ^ Cap: enhiTgen difpatch to Router's says' lelk herds on the high ridges >'the Boston Bed Sox, grabbed a southwest and north of canipl By;?" In the First congressional districti with but 30 precincts missing/ ithe votes received follows: John' ijJ^. Evans, Democrat, elected, 25,li1l; Frank Bi Uinderman, Republican,l2i,-427." s DOUBLe BEREAVEMENt OCCURS IN ONE DAY Smith's.FallB.-A double bereavement came to Mr. and Mrs. \\^. H. Frost today In the death of their two sons, Burton N. Frost and E. Theodore Frost, and included In the bereavement are two sorrowing young Widows. Both of the brothers were active young business men, associated tith their father in the Smith's Falls Malleable Castings Company, the first-named 35 years old, the latter 33 years old. Both were happily married. Burton only five months ago, and both comfortably settled In their own homes. A week ago both fell 111 with influenza, which has been epidemic here, and today both died. BurtOn passed away a� 6 o'clock .this morning, and hiB brother followed at 2 o'clock this afternoon; Both were well known and well liked In the com-munlty, and their dea^s, coming bo ESCAPES London, Nov. 11.-(12:32 a.m.). -The former^ijerman emperor's party, which is believed to include , Field Marshal Von HIndenburg, arrived at Eyaden,.near the Dutch frontier, at 7:30 Sunday morning, according to the Dally Mall advices. Praetieajly.the whole German general staff accompanied the former'emperor-and 10 automo-' biles carried the party. The autbmebilea iwere bristling ' v^lth rifles' and Att the fugitives were armed. The eii-kalser wlis In uniform. He alighted at the Eysden eta-tlon and paced ihe platform, amoklngy cigarette.. Eysden lies about midway be-., tween Lie^e and Maastricht, on the Dutch border. WHO COUNSELS)PEACE7 Written by'Robert Southey In 13l4. Who counsels peace at this moment-. �uOUs'houfj'v When 'God has s'glven deliverence to 'the oppressed > ^ .' And to the injured power?. ,Who couneela^ieace, when Vengeance, like a flood,. � From tbe four corners of the world cries out For Justice upon the accursed head; �^Vhen Freedom hath her holy ban-..ners spread,/ Over all nations', nowin one just canee United; ! when -with one sublime accord ' .! Kurope throws off the yoke abhorred. And loyalty and^-faith and ancient : . . laws : � . � f ��^��;! � ^ � ., ^ . - Follow the avenging sword? Lethbridge, Alberta, November 8, lOli, TO THE CITIZENS OF LETHBRIDGE: GREETING. KNOW YE that I, William Duncan Livingstone Hardle, by virtue of the powers vested In me as IMayor of the City of Lethbridge do hereby PROCLAIM A LEGAL HOLIDAY celebrating peace, extending from the time the whistlan blow until the following day at 8.00 a.m., and commiind all citizens to observe the same. GOD SAVE THE KING W. D. L. HARDIE, . Mayer. survived by several relativei. though not a resident of Sweet Grass, "Bob," as he was famllilirly known, made frequent Visits here and had many friends. During his last visit here, he stated that he intended to leave shortly for his eastern home, where he would be united,in wedlock to an estimable young lady of long acquaintance. THAT YOU MAY LEND ABDICATE, m whe^e and thel elk were a picture of contentment and satisfaction with (heir ideal summer home. ter cane it would have looked as if it; , were compulsory on our part, and we i wanted to prove It wasn't. So far as ^Ueit lUGAI PIIIIIIIIP. uvauu. I vVaULCU y^^^.- .------- "After, watching them for about an; i knovr, all of the men have kicked in , , -hour a. large grizily bear thait had'-^^.ithetheir share, and, more than that,': vcaiea. been digging mice on a neighboring j t^ey'were glad to do so. For myself, _^^^^^g^^^^aiBa=Maeas^BTBo U only, wish I could afford to give mora-" mi IREPARE FOR WINTER DONT WAIT TOO LONG haye ajroipd selection of Winter Goods: Robes, En^e Co?ers, Anti-Freeze, Chains, Dry ri/>iAVe A COUPLE. Of GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT 190CK PRICES. ARtORS, LTD. I�E OF-^aBKylCK" RIDDICK WINS MONTANA RACE. Helena, Mont., Nov. 8.-Carl Rid-dlck, Republican candidate for congress in the Second District of Montana, was elected over "Harry B. ll;itcheil. Democratic candidate, in Tuesday's election, accordinpT to returns tabulated from 766 precincts of the 939 in the district. Mitchell, tonight conceded the election of his opponent after the, retums had been read to him. Cooper Increases Lead. Charles M. Cooper, Republican candidate for associate'justice in the su-i preme court, with returns from 1214 precinct? of the 1403 in the state has j a majority of 1384 yotes over John' A. Matthews, DemipCKit. Mr. Cooper's lead Increased today as reports from rural precincts were received. The inisging precincts are small land scattered aa� tt is not expeclr;4l London, Nov. 10.-(1:40 p.m.) Emperor William signed a letter of abdication on Saturday morning at the German, grand head-, quarters in the presence^ of Crown r Prince Frederick William and Field Marshal Von HIndenburg, according to a dlspa^tch from Amsterdam to the Exchange Telegraph company. The iSemtan crown prince signed his renunciation to the throne shortly afterr,, ward. It Is said that ^Klng Lud-wlg of Bavarlk and KingiFrederlCk August of Saxony also have abdiv lied. / The ex-kalser and the former crown prince were expeetejl to take leave of their troops on Sat-; . urday, but nothing has been settled regarding their future move-i ments. Before placing his signature tp the doc'ument an.urgent message from Phillip Scheldemann, Wi^, was a Socialist member .without portfolio In the Imperial ekblnet,; was handed to the emperor. He : rtad with a shiver. Then he sign-' ed the paper, eaying; "it may be for the good of Germany." HAD NO CHOICE The emperor was deeply moved.' .' He consented to sign the doeu--ment only when he got the i^ews of the latest events In the empire. , ' Serious food difficulties are 051^, pected An QerrhanyioWlpg to tfli' . stoppage of trains. 'The ceun^if,! of the regency will take the moit � drastio steps to� re-establleh ,019^. j #ac, - -  -rr^ ARRWAIOFTHE DELEGATION TO MEET GEN. FOCH unexpectedly, and .on the one day, have cast a gloom oyer the town. Be-sides.-'their'iiaren'tB,. each Is survived by a wife, cine' brother and two sisters. , : ��,:;. � ,/ BOUNDARY NEWS (Sweet Grass Advocate). Chris. Gold received a letter from Claresholm, Alberta, Saturday, announcing the death, of his brother, sls-ter-In-law and theii; little baby from inflnenza. He left tbe following day for that place.  . The remains of- Robert Htggins, ,who died at the^Oonrad hospital last week -from , Influenza, were shipped east for Interment. The deceased owned a section of land near Milk River and also land in the vicinity of Con-..rad. He- was about 30 years of age j.and a.native of the east, where he is Central Garage AI4L KINDS O.F AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY y , STORAGE ACCESSORIES .'V 'y BATTERIES " PHONE 1023 Old Roller RInk, cor..'3rd St. A 4th Avenue S.i Lethbridge W. H. OOWLINQ W. 8. COOK ym oare. tkt cold SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs ful attention during weather. - Can Our Service Department and we, will send tor your battery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery - Station. S11 7th Street S. 1 Phone 616 Paris, Nov. 9.-^When the French command