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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THITRSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918 (Toronto Globe). "The German will quit," quoth Joe Wright, the popular Canadian obtb-man, who for the past three seasons has coached the crews of the University of'Pennsylvania, "he always quit* when he finds he's up against it, when he's confronted with the option of himself tailing punishment or throwing up .his hands. The German is a 'kamerad' performer. He won't stick and be pnnished like the Britifsher. Nobody wlU eT�r find the German winning the last battle unless it's likewise the first battle or he's won. -them bU. HVhen he's held bo's through. He h^* no com6.1>iiek In hit p8y(iholog7- *' "No," Qontinuad th�" celebration oarsman, "I'm not a-wiir expert or a war prophet I ddii't presume to �pecnlate on the militikry situation or 4ts strategy. But I know the ,Q,^o-"date: Mr. b'Bon^t. and the imagination of }V!eMs. One of Mrs, Sheerer,'of fJemtrfoJim, who leavain his yams is worth preserving, writes a husband-aBfij; two small children to Hugh FuUerton, who tells It as fol- mourn their loss; Mr. Clarence Acontb, lows: a.young njanlivlnfi "south of NemlB- Jutt a-HuntIn'. . cam. -A-parttculilrly sad death wfs "I was hunting last winter near that of'Mrs. ftlehert; leaving six qhiij-NelsQnvIlle," Taylor i-enjarked .one, ren in bed v^yi^ow, one having since spring during the training sehson, ^'ed. Our two')i8ter. .* Mr. B'rlttlanW on 3figVti^-the snake Here arp'^two nuts to crack. Why crawfe^'a^y Into the bushes and ^o'SautiJtqppihi go through town it escaped. ; . i.l. .'i'  jnight Vrithoutnights? Why do anfo- "I Sad forgotten all aiiout the in-' Istrso-throulfftown and not get K&is, cident until about Jii month .lat^r I get stuck on the coulee.hill and tn*n was hunting out Iti'that same' nelgi}-J :walk :b'ack for gas? � borhood and a fabBiC:jJunped''d l^'- Ehner?on H'jbarts arrived home ran over the railroadvemtaivten�!n6ri4''�'^^r^*ay for a short visit. did not get a chance' for i/sKot, -buf; T^e funeral of iflrs. Swaggel wSo ran up up track, waving the handkerchief quit every time before taking it him- 'until, It flagged the train and saved self. The kamerad spirit was known i my life." the embankment; hoping to' Lethbridga^ook place tod^. get a crack at him. My ^foot caught. *J'' Swag^eVhas Just �iTlved homei* on one of the rails, iMJeiunged^iodd^'J^r �'^f''K�*�,^ first cross the track.^^track-my fteBtfiPenaioitis in Lethbridge. on the other rail and wajifinbcked un--oonsoious. ' ; *^ ' i Some Snake Tall "There I -was, stretched across the track, unconscious and hurt, nnd a freight train was coming down grade, -30 miles an hour. It lookec^ 33 If I was a goner; but that snake remeai-beredf how I had saved its life. It came crawling out of the bushes, took a red bandana handkerchief from my hip pocket, tied it to Its tail and went on the water courses and the fields of sport even befere our splendid soldiers came across it on the battlefields of Frange and Fltinders. "If? ^ kind of national pgychology," concluded Mr. Wright, "and Ifs prov Chains, Pry , 4; Cells, Winter OAs. WeihlAVE A COUPLE OF GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT "if^ BEDROCK PRICES. MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUlte OF. iSERVICE" �Utf{Ufftf((UtUlt had the only 2 of the day, and h^ brilliant roiind of 71 in the attornboh began with a 6. The time may come when Vardon, Braid, Taylor and. other British professional leaders will be seen In competition "over here," for such scoring as they showed at Sunnlngdale, and have shown steadily in their war round matches is proof enoughs that the added years have not Impaired their playing ability. Vardon and Braid are almost-49 years of age,i Taylor Is only a year younger and. Jack White, another of the former holders of the British open title, is 45. White is not known quite so well this side of the Atlantic as the other three, but he won the British open In 1904, and set a 72-hole mark .Of 296 which was a record ;,for low for that eyent until Edward Jtay won a^MuIrflstil in 1912 wlth^;295:� :  >| 'yti . . (Prom Our own corr�SPonfl�nt) . Macleod, Nov. 13.-^The calebrafjon on Monday in daylight 'Was exceeded in the evening When the commlftfie helped by the boys, built a large pile of inflamahle material'ln the oquaT'e, and at eight o'clock the Are alarm sounded the note of time the large crowd was gathered at'the town h^l, which headed by the baqd led the iifn-^ense crowd to the square, where singing and music' by the boys and girls of tin cans and everything tHjat would make a noise, the boys werfe given the privilege of hanging the Kaiser and the tun being started, ^burned him to a crisp, tqjhe delight of the little folks, and was^ enjoyed by (ill. The evening celebration . lasted until 11 p.m. 1 The 'Flu situation Is. not improving, new cases every day, tWP deaths this week. Major George left a week 'ago fp? a hospital in Victoria, B.C., his .family leave this week to join him. T^e Ited Cross !will, miss Mrs. George, asjjhe was one of the officers and a constat worker. ' V,. PROTECT POTSDAM PAUACE, Copenhagen, Nov. 12.-The new palace at Potsdam, where, the former German empresB, the former crown princess and other , prlnce.sEes and their children are Uylni^ has been taken under the protection of tl(j8 Potsdam soldiers' and workmen's cpujicli. The empress has expressed to the council, according to a Berlin dispatch, her thanks for tbe protectloa. SPRING COULEE ; Spring Coulee, Alt'a.. Nov. ,9.-TJi^re arrived on today's train Congressman John M. Nelson, his wife and a eon and daughter from Washington, D.-'C., also Mrs, Jesse Sherman and two sons who have been visiting her parents and other relatives'In Wtacon^in for the past two montha. ; Mr, B. K. Ackeberg paid a vlelt -to ^he U. B. last week, reutmlnRJ*!"!*/ vylth hlB bride (nee MUsDoriB Walter.) Their nfeny triendB wish tl�em a happy married state. .Mrs. Biembler has been caUed^>to Great Palls, as her daughter there;; is daagerouBly II}. :|f J^aster George Munro met wlthf a palnfu)?i ^^idejit feeing accldentillly shot tB?ough the i6g by a 82 j\ the hands of a hoy ftrie�,d, He taken to Cardston. where tft� W was dressed and hejB now. "~ Mr. Herman Johnson and familj^-victims of the Spanish Inflnenza, ... The new pews have arrived for ;the church and will shortly be Jn'stallSd. They came from Dundas, OutarJo.-, November 11th, Our cltlwna-(are in great estacy over the advenif'sof LpndoQ, Nor, 13j-(British �wireleas Beryi involving dose' co-operation between tbeT proyt' inces'.and''i^9''D'>Pi^iou' bas* been worked out and will be fully,dlscuBsed at the coming^�onf^�nce, ' PaiNTS AMD CHROMOES. Ottawa, Nov. 13,-After a careful review of the Cpnadlap -situation ,in respect to prints and chromoes, the war trade board! b,a$ made a ruling that appllcationB to' import this class of goods win in future receive favors ab]b eomsideration When coming from countries where the transportation of the goods Is made by. rail or where the tuestlon of conservation of pq^an tonnage does not %rise. Th^ .pictures In question are not to include photographs, enlarged or Otherwise, nor framed plbtures. If the frames form a substantial pqrtlon of the value of the plcturp. , aiSHpP GOES TO FRANCE. Toronto, Nov. is.-Bishop I. O. Stringer, .of Selkirk, is leaving this week: for .England and France for special Work amobg the soldiers in connectlofi; with the Caiiadlan Christian dtlsenabip campaign inaugurated by tl}� Y.M.04. (Froitf'Our Own Correspondent) Orion, Not. 12.-Thb influenia epl-demlc has not cralmed any more vio-tims and most of those who b&ye suffered are out.again. News has been received of the death of Bin Bennett who wfis �'In 'training. He was over here a few weeks ago and looked well in uniform. It Is fear- ' od he was a victim ^o the Spanish iu-.V fluensa. Orion had its fli'st Are' on Friday . night. Soon after ten o'clock fire, broke out In thejlivery barn belonging , to. Marl^ Puller and 90on spread (0 another building used as restaurant. Both buildings were soon completely b^urned out. The towi^^PBOple were' out In full force and prevented with buckets of water the flre spreading. Joined to the barn was another lliild-ing containing farm maahinery, these,', of course wore all destroyed.. The ' cause of the ^re Is not known. The barn has not been operated since Mar](R0MPTLY AND CAI||ERUt{^V., STORAGE -,AeCK��Olllii(l BATTnpirt' " ^" PHONE 10?$ Old Roller Rink, �4r. St A 4th Avenue ,, Letbbrldga ,W. H. DOWL'IN� ; .W; � CO0K SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorist t Your battery needs very carOr ful attetftion during the cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will send for your battery and store jspme during the winter^ at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Baftery ' Station. 811 7th Street B. Phone S16 ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WOR)t QUAPANTEED . expert MECHANICS ; JtRPAIRING AND OVERHAUt-INfi DONE AT Palbice Gareige, Ave. Winter Storage ^ We can store ^fliUr car in the Woojen Mills for ^$5.00 per monihl^ ^ "0, We have also .maii�.-.arr�naemsnta to have, your battfry looked i^afttr for |1>QO).pBrmontli|v^h)J6 your'oar is InetoraQo, ' ,I;M W^TOWmi' ; , /back OF UNIOfI BANK' ^ ^ //"^ - tWy�;yiPV|^^LD TIRES AND tubm-INOMR rfED CMB^ Bc)^,, | 1913 00831067 06331014 ;