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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local ietbbdbge All The Local News Where You Expect It Tl'liSlUY. NOVICMHKU 11, 1019 ALBERTA. SKYEX Uit of History By Itrig.-Gen. Stewart at Re-hog the men or iha Ballery together. union Dinner Held on Eve a Armistice To Commeni-! speech, and this old aoldler was brim- i. r i ILL -j fill of tlie feeling In his heart ol ihe ordle Deeds of klnd ud recepllou hu recelv- Hoys Here From cd and ol tho he tad in ihe Edmonton nnd For Rousing Time terr. from Steele anj T. and S. Hooker enlivened the proceed- ing, accompanied en the. piano by E. j, to whom a bpeclal toast An occaslou will lie ever re- vaa given. Toastmaster Kilmer ful- meiLiberrd by ihosp was tho 'filled his rolo In very admlrabla fasli- reunlo.i tltnuor of thi- :tPili :Jon and Iho proposils and het.J In the auditorium ot Iha T. M. L'. wore most cordially recelrcd and In- ,V on Monday, the eve of Arralsllrn lerei-tcdly-Listened lo by Day. The atmosphere was redolent oni. of (he apiril of cornradeehip. (-'rlenil I The meeling hroke up with nil prcs- mei friend nnd comrade grasped ihe lent ranging round and. wllb, tUo ,Iuk- hand of i-oniradc T.lth thai folio-whip ncd sincerity which to vrllh those who followed ha-J plugged together over hit! nnd, King." of hands, "Auld Lang Savo tho ii-'otriiiur un-J uiii tiuu dale and had tatt-u ihe sood and Hie I The following was the nacou and Iho liad In those arduous days which ihe iToasl List: Hatlery spent in Northern France and Menu Flauders- There (rere men present ?.l Consomme de la Sommc dinner from sor' away in the province Celery SIFf. PENNEFAIHER Famous 39th Battery First to Reach RePforts of stock IT n i j D ui f r L Losses Are Exaggeraieu No Man s Land in Battle ot lambrai Deaths Have .Been us nothin.7 in d wiih the UK-: i lur privy'.-- iii'i-L: such as Hig Ikniand For Cars to Move Slock and Feed, Which I1. It. is doing Its Ifcsl lo Hlatemenl by D. C. Coleman. The sloct sUuatiuii at romc would vwnco tho pri'Ftn Calgary Had Humor lie Was To JJc Appointed Assistant Com mission c L as Edmonlon i.od Strathinorc. It wns a home-coniing for the boys. nutwolghing anything of the nature of ;t formal ceremony to mark (Lc same. It wag a. time of reminiscence, of the telling of old cipcricnces, a oil laughlun over tticni now that All Hie hardship and aoxlely were over, U was tho true spirit of "Carry on" lhal feM.ure.Mnis iisspinlily of over seventy men of Ihs Uailery, Ihe carrying on of tie camaraderie, nnd fel- lowship (which it. _M liic local C.P.Tl- ilicrc a.L'C licavy culls for car5 lo t-liin o-Jt Fiin-fe. To meet tuc demnml U will require a tlionsand cars 3 day frji all Tho company is doing aii in iis [iov. jr to meet the situation, and iirc Ing to tlic lhal the Superintend- i being brought from over liic line, froui cnt lias the longest gervlce in thn yt Paul, Kilty cars arj-ircj in ill.- I'.TCi forco which, in March neil, wilt yard on Tucsdsiy pletc 35 years. Cars lo Movc Scon by Ihe Herald as (o Ihe con- (irmation of the rumor as to his being Nov. named aselstant commissioner. vice-president ot tlie Laundiau, snL Penntlather said ibat iiil'aciric nnllway, in 11: Many rumors are flying round in Calgary as to the the lalu Assistant Kutlodfiu. Tho name of Superintendent Ponnc- falter is freely mentioned. Init ill is only in the nature of guess work. ir.-atlu r. Th1 M t a i i ria aiiC unload or any oihtr freissbi. it is ttrtUluil tu receive- and j( wouM be Rrosc en jut', 10 flop XirJHg M a pacUne conies tiun wnic'i ili' l merely bet LI at I stoc is rreiMviui; -lock c.ir.'. 1 cars Tor Io hccn Finrkyar-Ji- suii' C-.' Iiirtl to-luy in inc I fat h" at. I ill at (ar [or was tt.n preacUinj; of :he TJi'-y (fill Uf'Ml, )if v iir-'A' (I'jr-trint-i fjr a m w t'o'iglor., j iijle.; IT thi.i sivf-n lo iliojvj the; fill up ih" VJri- Mrs. of -.vJi Hull fjng nvo jf'o-j I i-'h wf-n- NiU'ji 1 F.'diuniiUni. -r- rr-lary r.f and .Mural ut nf ih-: In i. ry [i. :h'-r-- Swjfi t'urrrni ant cars ami Mcdklnp Th-T Vice-jirflildonl sluc-il Ihai carloadti or Iced for in Ihf-. drought area passed ihro-jRli j iu tbc i4 hi-urs in (reduced I'j lor a iow isii Thursday Th" Bl'.'-iula: orcJi.il I; i ji and on I Spacious Ililliard I'arlor 11 Kitkd I'p in The Base- mcnt A. Ti. .M. O. M.. rrpnris n imtlirrak ui :i mild [vjv ol i Alttralions In Veterans1 j luivc bcou go In K on vrhh extensi in ihe basement. is iMng converted Into a largo a r billiard room Uirpc- tables. A new rouf i in prt'i-05- nf cn'f i TLi? oiiiracl for Hi jnnis m Jhr PI in Irviiii-. To inpei Hie o 1ia-l Uj ilra'. iniil Hun work, whicb s-e Iho fund-; ibnu vim in a p to lllC Cuirant crln'.enden inlerview a Press the course of :in! of iliu Ttiesdiy was the flrel lie heaM ot it, and far as he was personally concerned he _ knew nothing ol the matter. I emphatically denied thai there was [auy ilisorEininatlon as far ilie cm- jln'rgo IJiaL had been iilnted tbc P'armers' National CougreE5, in ses-1 Calvary stocXyarrtii conceited, loti at IJagerstown, Md.., declares "i'or rehsons are kno.'.n tc hort TvorJiday and liEgh wages de- said iro viic-i.rjjidenl. nanded by labor arc "allies of pro-ril has lici-ii Imjo for ih-s rcil- iteers in keeping up high cost t') r'.licvt- tlie sinieiicu and gees on record as oppoa-jnl Ihe nncl an cri- ?d to all strikes. I Largo was absolutely ovallon. Tuc old S. JL as lie was pop-1 by S. Ervlne. lleply, Capl. McKciizEe. The City- -Proposed by F. J. Colpman. Ileyly, Maj-or Ilardle. nlarly called, felt a proud man that more ivith.tLe lioys of hln dear old battery which lie had lo _. leave. Ihroiifh ncl being so The by lie after monlhs wllTi them i Stewart. at (he Scmmc. I Hcply, F. G. Ilolyouk. In Pr.iiae of the 39Mi Tbe by W. Sugaen. UriEadler-fJcneral Stewart was an Reply. Capt. Leech, lionored uiicsl, there ever, way J G. W- V. A. Smllh. ;L prou-J moment In his life he felt inoro than duly exalted In. Reply, T. Loneirortli. Nursing by A. Loth- ihe ircinendous barrage oJt ian. met hlm.whcu hra siood to pro- l lleply, Capt, Thompson, pose tlie.loast uf Battery." This I The by T. E. Morris. v.-as-thG "intercjlinu of mauy in-1 Reply, W. A. It. Cocq. Icrcsllne speeeheR made. The General COD SAVE TUB KINO oli the liays ovov Ihe old ground save TviiaL lo many were "eye opon- to thc-iialurc of [lie. positions Ihe flliscnce of Mayor Ilardle, liis place was taken by Commissioner Mecch. occupied on the Jiattlcfranu HI LcUcrs were read by Lleul. Kilmer highest coin- from Sirs. Slflfford and Mrs. Shlpman something of the highest coin- ineuiaUou thai any ballcry could re- widows of those of (he 33th who hat cire-wbon the General referred to the fallen, wishing Hie asaoclatlon every the first in thp Cambnii .Iglit to arrive in Xo Man's with equipment comptuto iu ov- ory dolail. cfler ilic famous (-anal du XorJ Trlitch at thai tlnio riry. On Hint occasion tlie BaUery ivera h6L aware of Ills presence close lo As a clmnp cf trees'inter- Much aiid more did Iho Gen- havo lo say in prido of (lie 3Dln. They were Hue.words, true -And sin-I cere In their ring, coming frojn i. fine j Foldlor and a "gond aa tho hoys1 hare learned lo know him. There iras much ol humor in liarl lo say, and refcr- encen 35 to individuals in the IwLlcry who In such stories" as the horse and his tail and Iho cMk who folt hla imporLanco In that he footing for (no officers set Iho audience roaring. U was a great time that tlic bors had JUid the reminisfences cl tlio General adrfn'l greatly to 11. The Late Major Stafford The tables aj- the bantmot wore tloo- nrated with floVera sent by Mrs. Siaf- fortlj and a feature ot tlic tfocomMon was Ihe flrBl lire shell fired by (ho Dal-' teryV-hon they were in Hill. This was lent by ?iTra, Staflord, to irhnm It presented, and bore on U Inscrib- ed Aha names of Iho members ol the Hattory. The late Major Stafford Tug not forgotten; on the table reierred for the Invited cuesta wns his photo nlongsirlc the slicll. Many were the nnclearing expresBions used in the var- ious references lo the late Major In course of the speeches of Ilia crqa- iTlg. Tonstt and Speeches U wan.not l 111 pasl inhlnfRht, nnd rrcathing one o'clock, 'hal the ineel-- broke up, .Tho spccchca AS ihe (nasl, HsL were ar.d Ibo pvoxrad In relation'to tbe Haltery and Ihe vol- In general .was fully covered wlllf miich Hml wholcb-omc ail- iia i'o the dutle.i ?.ntl responslliJli' tfoa'of (he vcturned men by veterans nit'u as Capt. Ix3ccli, The (oast of "FaUcn Comrailcs' nroposea by U. X. Cascaddon, wna ob- siiTf.J In rnveront silence. The Reunion Scrgl. Major -llolyoak Fpolic of Hie oiciiis MERAIT a well attended meeiing of the Christt.iit Men's League in I no V.M. t'.A., Mr. L. Curlis gave a simple but very interesting- address tm Viie plnce of tlic 'n the Xciv Age. The tiiG2kor that what the people nf loilay neodoil anrl wore B U I L D YOUR OWN HOME Briny In your plans and specif Fen Lions and let us figure on them. We are in a position to negotiate Loans on the possible notice. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTORS ALBERTA CLUB CAFE Ktrvc Ule Best 3Sc Meal in Ihe Cily. Service, Our Cuffc-0 ar.J Frnnch PaBt is Ditlercnl. BUY VICTORY BONDS Our Drivers Get 10 per cent. Of ihe sale- uf uiilk crenm their pal a :i mail "-.vorlh hir hire or not? They work from C-i to S-J a week and every ilay uf the week, in all soris of Tvc-aiLer. Kindly have ilie Lottos ami tictcis ready nnd do1 dclniii liitn. Crystal Dairy, Ltd. WE ARE NOW SELLING NATIONAL PROSPER. rnr INSURANCE VICTORY BONOS THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Dilinornl Rldck. LethbrTdfe PhcneNo. 651 Fire Insurance and Loans Thote Present The Ilgl of guests nnd battery boy: present at the reunion dinner ivere General J. S. Sicwarl. C.M.G.. i If. W. Mecch. 1 Capt I W. A. K. Cocq. I Dr. Thompson. Dr. Leech. T. Lieut. Fllmer, F. S Sdlr. Lindsay, R. SgL Cblswlck. H. .1. Q. JF. Sergt. t'ittard, E. K Wahclcn, C. Dvr. Pollard, C. Drr. Girilllani, W. Drr. iTeaeham, E. Dvr. Kane, P. Cnr. Rcotl, W. Dvr.. McKfc. J- Cpl- S. 5. Horn. J. Our. Mekln, .1. Sgt. Maj. R. J. -Reams. Gnr. Slccdojan, F. Cpl. Davidson, A. Dvr. Hooker, E. J. ndi1, Logan ,J. F. Gnr. Wellington, J. T. Sgt. Maj. Holyoan, F. G- Sig. Chaplin, B. E. Set. Leigh, U McGlnnls, ,1. M. KgL FlCDlwooil, E. H. Gnr.'Cocq, D. A. R. Gnr. Ervlnc, S. Gnr. Short, 9. Gnr. MorriBp T. Drr. Ilolllday. T. Gnr. MoniB, D. Gnr. Carter. J. Ervloc, H, ndr. J. Chnadler, J. llnr. A. W. Irvine, M. Uvr, McQuJrt, J. M. 3gt, Ilookcf, U. C, Sfg. W. K. Onr, Gnr, Dunbar, B. A. Sinclair, W. .Dvr. F. Dvr. Kerr, J. Drr. Kemplon, B. Onr. Sydal, C. Ilarkler, 3- D. Dvr. 11. Dvr, Sleole, J. IMr. .Sugden, Sgl. Lothian, A. Sgt. J. .Masaon, W. IKr, MaesoD, Q. Whir. Blunl, Q. T. HJr. Wntt, 0. R. Dr. Masson, A. Cpl, ColpniAD, K, Sgt, R. Whir. McMaslcr, 3. MaltlGYr-S, U. THREE KILLED IN TUG CRASH We Have Installed a Full Equipment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. G-.W.V.A Christmas Cards WITH THE Association's Crest IN COLORS. Herald Job Department WE HAVE TWO DOZEN PAIRS OF SKATES AT 1917 PRICES fou will find them cheaper in many instances th.w wholesale prices of today. ranging from to pair. We also have a fsw Boys' Sleighs at the old price. Act promptly if you want a real bargain. C. G. OLANDER 524 13th St. North. General Hardware. REPRINTS They arc displayed on the wall where everyone can see them. The most versatile selection of titles, by living authors. These Books come1 at a price exactly one-half the cost of copyright-publications. Therefore the policy of Two for the Price of One should appeal lo llie reading public. The lover ot light entertaining reading, whose circumstances ne- cessitate long periods of solitude midst nature's fer- tile plains, will find the price, 85c for a good book, a boon lo exhiliarale the drudgery of winter's long monlhs. This is in the nature of a blessing in disguise. Nov. 11 Three men were ijlllcd nnd ft dozen licrpona Injurci] when A lug crashed Into n crowded Philadelphia nnd Head- Cerrrhoat on tho Delaware Tlrer here today. The dead were crushed bcj'oml recognition. About 150 per- sona were rescued from the ferryboat. For the multitude, at The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SOLICITED, S14 4th AVENUE. PHONE 613. CHEAPER MILK .WE HAVE OPENED A BRANCH IN THE DAVIDSON METAL BUILDING, 6TH AVE. A. SOUTH, AND ARE PREPARED TO DELIVER MILK and CREAM PHONE 1S29 and our driver will We solicit a of your patronage. The Milk Will be Brought from Cardston Where we have a large, modem factory. It will be pure and paiteurized and guaranteed to contain 3.8 butter fat, and will sell at MILKl5cperql- 8c per pt. CREAM Half Pint I5c Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd. H. A. McMiBu, Letnbridft Manager. ;