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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD JKJtfDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus a y coi.lv THAT'b THE TiEVJ M.VO- IT NUrjT OE LONESOME i'll CO out in iX^'J The kitchen to WHAOOA, \00*& I kickin-r\e>ooT ^ A\HT -TOUR. HOO^E "WELL PROTECTED The Sport 'T-VKFX FROM THE HERALD'S EARLY BXTRAS1 SAYS SOLDIERING AN ATHLETIC SPO Army Life to Develop Disciples of Hunting and Fishing F Seeing an athletic meet from the clouds was the delightful occupation of an airman during li slope was scon .walking acre?? tow.v. � I li o cV.i. As ho c:i:i:c in view their beads- �.vir.t up and the herds near in-gathered into nil" deii:-� mass of about e0>\ old and young, while the bear walked pa-t close in front o" thi'tn and on over th  ridge, ^rarely turning his Iie;-. not iff them. Tin1 herd was a beautiful t-'Tlit. tv.on'yflvo or thirty old liul!i with :-.o!a of largo horns toiv-er'ng above the numero::.; small sets while the front ranks were mainly filled with anxious rows rtlcs> in the his'orv of life, expressed the belief that the war Ul0 Dom|n|on. Those famililiar with will breed more disciples of hunting overseas conditions know that She and fisliiug than of any other pastime., canadian y.M.C.A. officers in France This is how he reasons it out: .lro entrUsted with most of the organ- "Thls war stuff is teaching no tew- izatlon for and leading up to such an er than three million men how to event. They have held the prclfmin-rnnkc :. 1 ed. wash their undershirt vol- ary meets for tho various divisions. ish their boots, carry a gun and fire resulting In tho selection of the chain-it, sleep In the mud and walk in the pionship materia! for tho final com-mire and eat out of a tin pan on the petition. The contestants hive prob-run. Those are the Joys of hunting ably been released from military dn-�nd fishing. I ties, as far as Is possible, and placid "Men who once licked the courage in the hands of tho Y.M.C A. officers to spend a cheap vacation in the rough for more perfect^ training. When the will now have the and tho world knows that no webfoot Y.M.C.A. which provided the hack duck o.ver got up earlier limn a rookie, bone of the organizing machinery as 1 once sympathized with the man who well as the equipment used and the boasted of standing in a blind at 4 coffee, cigarettes, lemons, fried eggs. olding of i,.i;t|P f,r the protection of their voting. When the bear had disappeared they quietly dispersed to their grp7ir.c and seemed very little concerned." London, Nov. 9.-Sir Eric Ged-dcs. tho first lord of the admiralty, made Interesting disclosures in a speech at the Lord Mayor' Victory show. He cald that those who were charged with that responsibility waited hourly for the possibility of a naval armageddon The whole stage was set tor a great sea battle. But something went wrong. The arm that w�� going to try the last desperate gambling stroke was paralyzed. "The German navy, I am as convinced as I am that I am standing here tonight," said the flr3t lord, "was ordered out and the men would not come." Half the German fleet,' he declared, was flying the red flag- the German fleet was flying the red flag because it realized that It was not engaged in a good cause. Copenhagen, Nov. 10.-Another ntj It.empt. on tho Ufa of Prlnco Honry ol �Prussia has boon made at FlcnsburgJ where he was in seclusion yesterday] >U Is believed ho oscapod. | ' Reventlow to Denmark { ; London, Nov. 10.- (British wlrelesaj service!. - Count von Rovontlowi iwhoBo pan-German writings havo ap > -rtrpe Stnllint;s and landt Park hero today. His time was the banner of liberty to places where one or two other major league man Washington, Nov. 10.-William Hohenzollern has arrived in Holland and is proceeding to the town .of Desteeg, near Utrecht, according to a dispatch received by the American general staff today from The Hague. The message adds: "Press reports state that the kaiser arrived this morning in Holland and is proceeding to Middiachten Castle, in the town of Desteeg, near Utrecht." London, Nov. 11.-(12:32 a.m.). -The former German emperor's party, which Is believed to Include Field Marshal Von Hindenburg, arrived at Eysden, near the Dutch frontier, at 7:30 Sunday morning, according to the Daily Mail advices. Practically the whole German general staff accompanied the former emperor and 10 automobiles carried the party. The automobile* were bristling with rifles and all the fugitives were armed. The ex-kalser was In uniform. He alighted at the Eysden station and paced the platform, smoking a cigarette. Eysden lies'about midway between Liege and Maastricht, on the Dutch border. Lethbridge, Alberta, November 8, 1918. TO THE CITIZENS OF LETHBRIDGE: GREETING. KNOW YE that I, William Duncan Livingstone Hardic, by virtue of tho powers vested In mo as Mayor of the City of Lethbridge do hereby PROCLAIM A LEGAL HOLIDAY celebrntlng peace, extending from the time the whlstlen blow until the following day at 8.00 a.m., and command all citizens to observe the same. GOD SAVE THE KING W. D. L. HARDIE, Mayor. FLIGHT CONFIRMED London, Nov. 11.--The flight of Emperor William to Holland Is confirmed from several sources, but there Is a divergence In reports relative to the identity and number of his companions. A Copenhagen dispatch to Reuter's says it la seml-officlally reported In Berlin that the emperor accompanied by 10 men, has arrived at Arnhelm and occupied Count Von Bentlck'i chateau. 33:i: civilization demands float. FRANKIE BURNS WON Weekhawken. !*.' J . Nov. ? -Frankin GRIZZLY TOOK A LOOK Burns of Jersey City, knocked out. AND THEN PASSED ON Johnny Krtle of,St. Paul. In the soy- j _ enth round of an b-round match hero tonight. ANDY thai it must ngers of their Jobs and elected successors, j - j Havo organized an Army and Navy league to take the placn of the National and An;;riean for tho 1010 season. Have fined each member of the Hod Sox and deprived them of their world's Sought scries medals. | Havo sent a team of all-star play- - . ... �rs to France to compete against sol- '"Whlle camped at 8,500 fcot altitude jIcr boys, near the head of Fawn Creek in the y,, in('if,(!d, the batting average, of Gallatin range in the northwestern Ul0 r,imor stars Jiavo ,,een ^/l.f'JiJf.. \^?.t0S?..,^atch"cf "''.8 �>Ut the chances Seeing the Elk Angry He, Elsewhere. that they will change the final result. Cooper polled 47,137 votes and i Matthews 4".,753. j Tho vote for Cnlted States Senator from VZ2i precincts In the state follows: Thomas J. Walsh, Democrat, elected, 44,10". v;ho. ns a mem- her of the Boston Hod Sox, grabbed a KM DOUBLE BEREAVEMENT 0CCUR8 IN ONE DAY Smith's Falls.-A douhlo bereavement came to Sir. and Mrs. W. H. Frost today In tho death of their two sons, Burton N. Frost anii E. Theodore Frost, and included In tho be-! reavement aro two sorrowing young 'widows. Both of the brothers were nctlve young business mon, associated with their father in tho Smith's Falls Malleable Castings Company, the first-named 35 years old, tho latter 3?, years old. Both wero happily married, Burton only five months ngo, nnd both comfortably settled in their own homes. A woek ago both fell 111 with j Influenza, which has been epidemic 'hore, and today both died. Burton passed away at 6 o'clock this morning, and his brother followed at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Both wero well known and well Ukod in the community, and their deaths, comlug bo WHO COUNSELS PEACE? Written by Robert Southey In 1314. Who counsels peace at this momcnt-uoua hour, When God has -given deliverence to tho oppressed {/ And to the injured power? Who counsels peace, when Vengeance, liko a flood, Rolls on, no longer now to be repressed When Innocent blood From tho four corners of the world cries out For justlco upon tho accursed head; When Froodom hath her holy banners spread Over all nations, now In one just cause United; when with one sublime accord Europe throws off the yoke abhorred, And loyalty and faith and ancient laws Follow the avenging sword? unexpectedly, and on the one day, havo cast a gloom over tho town. Besides their parents, each Ih survived by a wife, one brother and two sisters. survived by sovcrnl rolativej. though not u resident of Sweet Groan, "Bob," ns he was familiarly known, mado freijuent visits hero and had many friends. During his lust visit here, ho stated that ho Intended to leave shortly for his eastern home, wheio ho would be united in wedlock to an ostlmablu young lady of long acquaintance. THAT YOU May lend Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbridge W. H. DOWLING W. 8. COOK glass elk herds on the high ridgei southwest and north of camp. By llM�Vwor>'\� f;.  AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Hayvpod System Rf-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repair*. R. D. RITCHIE MM 11th 8L.8. Opp. Ellison Mills J rant Mountain south of camp, I w�* cent, of the money lie received '.or 1 soon In the midst, of one of the choice I'arr ln trimming tho ('nits in the fa" summer ranges. .class!,, according r> a dispatch from "Small herds and scattered Individ- Philadelpiita. which quotes Joe as tol- uals wero seen over the big, open 'ows: -lopes above tlmherline; bunches of "' llnn'- 'ee the reason for the kick old hulls with full-grown velvety made t.y jtan .lohn-cti boe.ui' e it v:.* horns lying on top of the ridges where decided bet ire the m r!o , tluu the in-th� wind was strongest and Insects dividual members of tho team;; wouhl least troublesome; calves and yearl- give their share to the Kod Cross in lngs playing over great snow banks their homo tn-.vtiH, The player:; heron tho cold slopes; and cows peace- lleved it would ho bettor to get indivl-fully lying In meadows of rich, short dual receipts on things like that than grass and clover. Little streams and to have it deducted in a lump aum by pools of ice-cold water wero every- the National commission, in the 1 a where and the elk were a picture of ter care it would have looked as if it contentment and satisfaction with, were compulsory on our part, and we their Ideal summer home. wanted to prove it wasn't. Ho far as "After watching them for about an [ hno\v. all of the men have kicked in /hour a large grizzly bear that had with�thoir uliare, and, more than that, been digging mice on a neighboring (h(iy w,.ve 8lail t0 llo BQ ,,-or myiie\tt I only wish I could afford to give ,, . more." I m j _ j RIDDICK WINS MONTANA RACE. I Helena, Mont., Nov. S.-Carl Rid.. > i dick, Republican candidate for con-'gross in tu� Second District of Montana, was elected over Harry il. j Mitchell, Democratic candidate, in i Tirr-.day's election, according to re-1 uirn.i tabuhi'ed from Tt'.tl precincts of the Vjc.  .-� ARRIVAL OF THE ! DELEGATION 10 f MEET GEN. FOGH Paris, Nov. 9.-When tho French command recelvod tho German hoad-quarters' dispatch Thursdny announcing the start of the armistice delegation, the directors wero directed to present themselves between S and )o o'clock Thursday night at a certain point on La Capollo road. Tho eross-roud was cloarly marked by tho bonimv of several searchlights. At tho Hamo time tho order was glvon In tho French j lines that hostilities should bo suspended over a dlstanco nf several mllea In the region of tho meeting place. The threo automobiles bearing tho German delegates arrived at tho crossroad at &:15 p.m. Thoy were precad-, ed by a group of Gorman pioneers charged with making tho shell-damaged road passable. The German dole-gates were received by officers whom Marshal Foch had Hunt to guide them. Those officers got into the automobiles and with tho window curtains drawn proceeded to the Chateau Francfort, in Complegno forost, belonging to the Marijuls do L'Algle. Owing to the lateness of tho hour, tho delogates woro conducted to the apartments assigned thorn where they partook of refreshments. Tho next morning they again entered the automobiles and were taken to the station at Rethondes, where they found Marshal Foch In a special train. BOUNDARY NEWS (Sweet Grass Advocate). Chris. Gold received a letter from Clnresholm, Alberta, Saturday, announcing tho death of his brother. sIr-tor-ln-law and their little baby front Influenza. He left the following day for that place. The remains of Robert Tllgglns, who died at tho Conrad hospital last week from influenza, wero .shipped cast for Interment. Tho deceased owned a section of land near Milk River and also land In tho vicinity of Conrad. Ho wbb about 30 yoars of ago and a native ot the, oast, whoro ho is Will STORAGE fj 8ATTERY SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs Tory oaro-ful attention during th� cold weather. Call Our Service Department and wo will send for your bnt-tery and store same during tho winter at roasonoblo rctes at our up-to-dato Battery Station. 31*. 7th Street 8. Phone 616 CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any 5-Passenger Car We Will Overhaul for $35.00 Other Work 60 Cents per Hour. WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. 8TODDART & RAVEN, AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEER8 Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Freeze-Proof. We recommend it. Rothondes is a town on the Com-pelgRe-BoiesoQj) ffjiway, tfeto to Cotn-ifliO�---- ..... BUY VICTORY BOND8 AND BEAT THE BOCHE8 BAALIM^flOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRE8 AND TUBES IN OUR REO CROSS BOX 40 ;