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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE "LETIIRHIDGE DAILY HERALD v TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918 CARPENTiER FAR F French Boxer is Not Fat- "FiBhtinjr Bill" McCabc Has Wrong Dope By "Bill" Mac lUo In (lie Spoko Review. � man T little and i'w M.ij  about Crhnio. tif French !>.in'.i;n. Tanty l.oo and 'IVn Noble arc among tin* host of the Hrltish li;ei!:i;n four pounds.......\.� � 11k; the p.rttSS* '� itli-T limit TV y have no light mi the .-her Hlilt> to compare with Richie N';-ill'-n and .too Welling, 'he latter �>.' tli� e,iMwrt) naval branch, and f Croat I/ikcs Commander aiifman and nIi=o i.iesiten-r .luck Kennedy are ) Wells and Wiltlc Are Only EnR-Ihh Battlers Ejected to Give Trouble Parades, EHijf.v Burning and General Pandemonium in The South Town (From Our Own Ccrresoonflent) Cardston. Nov. VJ.-At nn parly hour tho news wan flashed to Major Urown that tho war was ended. It sounded almost too good to bo true, and few responded. Then tho mayor received a message to the same effect. ] Coulu It bo possible; we worn fooled Yank. Will the Georges Carpentler stories ' thoughts He became excited and clout that Is mid to be through because he Is Scraeant' Williams pu' over rocked getting f^t. No |e*,., K); it wa - curtains for the ��.rgcart. Sergeant Williams was in no condition t . hut. He was fa' In spite of his hard *-I'di-r training. The next day he wa. o:t deck, but he -.tin fe'.t the ^..i'.;i:.,t m;. In � rouRh and tumble fi^'.!. the Frenchman would not \*" Carpenticr Ha� Net Cone Back An a ilshter ileorRe- t'arpi-nt'.er ',:s� neither Rene back nor >s:ts h" .�etf to jfrmv fat, KuthUti ;|| jtiii-.etii |.i the contrary Hill had ;if'.' r t!;e w,r *; let. from >'.\:t Francl-::a;  r II a-,! l^. ?: ; ('n'i)r.:i'. \ I'e  ti.tV.".! r-r:. r n And;-v.-. o ri in tit" h sure Mitchell will clem up In the llKhtwclRht division. Charlie Hard-r., ntte of th" bo� Uritisll llRht- �a.ii.-h:-. but It is r.ol known whether he will be iib entry or not. No Eaty Picklngt for Cat Cat I'ehiney will hare harder pick-in-: in the welt, rwelcht ia-s, for onc0 before. To make It believable there are several very K,, 1 French tne i.ethbridRe Herald was caltcd and welter-, and also I'ritNh. However. tnp nrw� confirmed, �nd the town t'.il "ill luve aonte pretty touph W(>nt wild. The Kaiser was bunft. Y .!.-. 4 to work with hlni atid uphold . hwrned. and burled. All mornlnp. whl th" >� ir- .ifi.l Strlpei. In ON THE STREETS (fcperlut to tlte Hernial Mnclcotl, Nov. 11.-Mnclcoil itvnd up to her reputation qt celebrating anil tho IvnlHer would have boon Joaloua ot tho Mnclcoil citizens could ho have or oven heard the RreatcBt celebration ever held In thin olrl historic, town. Tho sun never roso on a tnoro KlorlotiH manner than tho 11th November. IMS, and brltiKltiK with It tho declaration of peace for not only the Huns and tho allien but for tho wholo world. The hcRinnlnK of a laBtlftK peace that iti":in� the bcRlnnlnf; of u. new world from which militarlsim 1>i driven and in which It .will never again be tolerated. It did not tnUo tho people iotiF? to nrriuiKO for (lio celobnitlon loday mid at 2 p.m. sharp the platform in front ot the town hall wan filled with tho ministers of the. churchoti the Salvation Army members of the council. Kiiuli took part in the ttorvlco of thanltsKlvinR for this groat 1 Wj:i:.i:;:i \\Uo:n Car- :k >'''�"� ,r two year- in JKrnt.'cr kl.oc�e,l V;i, Wif.S at A fl.-ld day meet in France This -oribe, ft.. cau�c Willi.itus bftppv&e,! to be fr .nt the Weil liu.-i. wrote what h- n.ust have s'.ipp. I a;o a ' r. ie!;,-(; at the field day meet The ni�-et was held at St. AIkhoo, when- 1M division Was then -stationed, Wiliuuu w� a tot-jner Spokane boy. Ik- enlisted in the Ellcnsbu.-R cavalry and at that iltce was a no-tuber of hea.dijuartcrs com-auy of the mounted military police. Jfe was a mcts sergeant ond Captain'Olaou from Marlln up to Waco or.vop |0 form nuo K,Klin,R ,or. ,hp ban(, th, car available part, led the street., fill-j Un,arv chll) PolIl.0 r,r(.p> ftnnl!v ed with cheering crowds. Store-. I ,,..,,,.,, 1|p n, ,,art o( Seventh St. banks, everything closed almost before m fron, ,j( th(, (.|t>. ,u, whl(.u the mayor reuuested It. At two p m. j ,....., ,..,,,,,, 0, f|>r ,, ,,pi,n |ljr ,,an(.n and after the kaiser had been bunted at the stake, mock fights Indulged In. and several Soottlfh dances to the music of the pipes, dancing rorntnene .1 > I. Hurt !'!;ovr t'AOF.) M.nht C- : iik- ti- ll.!. .-. Idr t Co- I It !:t�ilo rati. cr.tne from the lie iv. and hue J: Carpet;:ier had gri ;.ut through with the would make a nlc- e,,:ii,-,,:: tiif gam.- played in Sat: ur \.A Angeles. They c.e.ilij f.�: a near top n�t '.rjl � lie tltl" 1 I V. M..i i, .ret- \\ . ill can   v.'.-- '1 � .- a )u-t . ..f.-. ;; ' �.  :' ' e � � t' i '. � \-\ � ip n ef all t-,a ' '. " tt'4 I- '!- V i r...,;,,. . t . \ -l4 � ?' c . > .:� � a' 'he �.:� .' I .. i :;. . ;.r . It ,.t.-. !"- i" " . :� . 1 e-rti; i !.-. ! .1.'. i-.'.\- i- -. !i : >t. - ot I.'. ' a at.;: \\ '.r t' e .! (Ci ^".l.i.iti.l iic-tie ;.,!:;c e ia'.i.v 1 .�t...r!..'i- naval 1 i .  '  >  t. t-.g in �!. t;c A'. u", ttat! p. / . � .. >U u. .;t,y w .'..i ! ; in. 1 ..- -. � .-:ii-, *i � '.' �- : it -. '.�:-. -. .'.Tie U ...1*1 : :: as !-: .Met..; - - b...:'.::: \' .- ha 1 t.. - . . : Co-.,. I...;.. - t j .. j -.-I i' car 1'. ' ; ::.-!-. which i . 1 ..; '. i a1' - '' 1 ! a grand auto parade, a mile long, head ed by the band on a truck, marched twice on main street and through the town, forming In front of th> mayor announced the speakers. Me.srs 'A. W. elf C> Jacobs and Martin Wool.'. M ( l>. and Statea alio read a telegram of gratitude to the urmles and navy sent to the leading paper* by Mayor \V. V. 1'ltrher. The meeting was adj inrned with 'Cod Save our King and Splendid \f"n." bur the celebration continued all day and Inoif of the nlrht. Never was Card ston more Joyous or more thankful marley 14 IR DEVON zh IN. ARROW COLLARS -turn podidt * to. (f eintti. u�m�4 .i'h peace. Ideiit al-- aim wiv. f all uu.'s-v ;i re. on- 48 DEATHS AT ROSSLAND RoMlani!. Nov. 11.- Two deaths occurred in Holland on Saturday t.-om Influenza. Mrs. K. J. Hackney, wife of the manager of the Star theatre, succumbed to the disease, leaving a il.iv old baby. Two other children survive her. The oth.-r victim wa� Mrs. A. M Hells, whose husband ���" i ,,r,u,i ,f hi, elllclent siiuad. r in vires her Mrs. lletn only child, an | ,,,,, ,.v,.nlng the pie dupartmetit Cini intant. died a few days aro. \ ,mt j, fnn {(,r.on the two hi;- trucks fronj No. 1 Station �nd paid the ANDY The Radiator Man Ha* Moved to 418 5th Street S. tollg. Grat: AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood P,�t�m Rf-TREADING 4 REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen All work Ruarantaeil. Special B' grandta-iher well. He was down in this i-ciim- ! try fifty years ago and m-ver lost a  gam-.-' i "1 thought those Tejar.s would ru-.h us and break up Ce g.iu..-pulled iiis line-. f>i g...-.--!-;iat thev laughed ;;nd att.-r tha .-' �: : *  ri -tllellt of the | -� " amongst tbe '� contrary to ' the reco.a-iti.ty of nations : a just and dur '.- therefore. In ! ir.-s ,,-d them- -i '..'it with the this city, died thiii - i>i!)ue!)i-t- with of pneumonia. Mr. Kerr was on hi* !i-r to mitigate way to Camp Taylor to enlist. His :�- ' | wffu is very ill In Chicago. ed and was kept up for a couple nf hours or so. Th" fireworks display on tlte Chnutalinuu lot was a grand success and wa-'l highly appreciated by the huge throng. Several of th. far tho city has had about 4s death* with a total of about 4"i) cases, CALGARY MAN'S DEATH Vets a nodal call al their club rooms They then proceeded to the resldeii. e of the Mayor whom lUey serenaded with patriotic songs I The city band under the leadership of (ieoruu Harper furnished the music %� throughout the day and was highly ap-pr. dated. They also were tho Important factor at the big dance in the cv.-ti- Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLEO PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES DATTf RIES PHONE 1023 Old Rollrr Rink, cor. 3rd St. A 4th Avenue 8., Lethbrldfj* W. H. OOWLINO W. 8. COOK There wan no rowdyism throughout Calgary, Nov 11 H H. K.-rr. tor mer manager of the Hupmobile Motor!""? Co.. and younger .T jrfT K. of, ^ ^ ^ , ing orderly and good natured l.eth-bridge will not soon forget yesterday, llesides the local cittrens then* were several hundreds from the .south country and district. MUTT AND JEFF-Jeff kills two birdsVith each bonel � ff It it I* Montvideo, Monday, Nov. 11.-A great pro-ally demonstration took place today in the 1'rugua.yau parliament. A bill Was passed derliritiK Nov. 1'i a national holiday to celebrate the aigning of the armistice between the entente nations and (iermany. ^HSZ2i �ii PREPARE FOR WINTER DON'T WAIT TOO LONG We have a good selection of Winter Goodu: Robes, Heaters, Engine Covers, Anti-Freeze, Chains, Dry CeUs, WinUrOiU. WC HAVr A COUPLE OF C00D USED CARS FOR SALE AT BEDROCK PRICES. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" i Know or *) FOR MUTT? JUST WW4] pur YOUR [ savings; in [VICTOfW BOMOSJ OACK TO THE OLD OUTPUT. Washington, Nov. -Manufacture of pas enger autoniol.lles utter Jan. i. the date fitted for tlit- luu per cent, curtailment, is likely |r, continue because of the .sudden collapse of the war and the c:>nset|uent expected lowering of tho government'.-! steel demands. This intimation was given out today by the wat industry board. SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery need* very careful attention during tho cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we wilt send for your battery and htoro aumo during the winter ut reasonable rates al our up-to-date Hattory Station. 311 7th Street 8. Prion* flt8 35 Dollars is our Price (or the Overhauling of any ^-passenger Car Other Work 40 cent* per hour. Work Guaranteed. Palace Garage, 2nd Ave Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for | $5.00 per month. We have also made arrangements to have your battery looked after for $1.00 per month while your car is in storage Stop! Look and Loosen! Buy Victory Bonds! BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK Lf AVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;