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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HI ......_ in'^^n. ^i:li^iutq%hc^iir ____,__^.>'ai*ty.-*';enS^aii^, ^rously f*quiided, overseas wJtii VNew Brunswick ?^^4VjT)ie story of Major BarkWs fight -with a hortle of eiieuiy planes;relates ' 'tiiemoat astounding individual .aerial 'combat on record. While our,airmen . jvere harrying th*- enemy's retreat, '&irker, when over the Moryal line', encountered a two-seater 'Oerman jplana at 12,000 feet and to evade the tire of their "Archies" climbed up .'higher and broughtvdievGerman down, k'ilmmediately .a.lTokk^r bi-plane -whirled an ^hlm;. bullets'-whistled through his '^iaachine and� some'?stunned hini for ,'�t moment' so :that -Ms mecNne ^pim .^.�nncontrolled.> Recovering his aenseB' ^.r.. :^d cantroI,fhe found 15.more Ft>kkers ^bemmlng: in on him and firing point-vi^Alank; Without hesitation he 'sped to.| JJsBhe-attack and three^ofthis assallantri fcfell^s ,But the -bullets -Vi'e^e whistling .i-^ast'like hail and a chance-shot shat-l^dfered his thigh; be fainted and tlived i^remijigly,,tD:4l8;;dle|i!ith;^( \ 'r'-.0, ?^:.Astda recovering', co^sclousfless*'he turned upon another'15 of the enemy |if|;sfho swooped about him. One he.eent fburtflng flown on fire.:.when ai�ther^^ ftinHet Shattered, hls-left elbow. > >v!f sf?5!;=6^M>Bniy iitechinesj^^ now sSrarm-?%aliti,n^;about him"^ thiclc as gnats -on a M^SBfli^mer day; Ho'dived and;:ei]|bt "of .'> bis foes hurtled like hawks in parsuit. "spiPounded and half :faintingjrbutfwith , aiislbrain sllll alert, he'realtzedsthat *'f piis only Chance of safety lay/In aheer i'it^wffluper-airmanship. Bhiemy ^a �*�;i^eW;above and about him like a cioud >J,4�t-.yulfureB until th&se, watchJjtg'ier ^''Jbwtojmted'between 50 and GD.Vin |(?|v.v*lie /thick .b* them'.tills;amazing Caiha-^(^^ia^'l)ertormed every siuht ihgenuitjr f|*S;.eouia?devise. -Be -escaped-^by fhe &^|l^dibledarii^-ot'Bl8 -offensive teS fs^;:!it|c�; Fpr)npwardB ofv^ten minutes he' Sfebankedv^.1 . ,^imbed\ again'' in a multitude of tricks /}j}imitil He worked his way�iight back i;V'of thTfmtitfetf Mdst. .^^ more fell " i^^itoTJiii'fnnsv then� the-rest ot the flock jijondoii) �"^ov;*S.r46ompieu'ting on ttfef^iirilyal�^i�t;�GbnsiiahtjnopI6 allied.; trpops^fvi|^y,,IVb Xbre2aSt.,M'i%?>i^^ of Ilitesl^t^itJipugh' JodesW;; anj^^ Bl8c'k.'Sea'li6rts a'd^'pr^^ct an im-Moven^ent.^, cpudlttons atTPetrograd I^TortTy through' tlve forthcoming opening of^thai^Hlcitottfe allies. >� :"Tke'^;way into the Black Sea is clear; and �T�iiit^ results must follow qnfckly the'appearance of the allied fleets off the ..Qolden Horn/^ slEtys the Tlines. "By owning up'the Rumanian c()^st\and the mouth of the Danube, the allies will complete the task ot the liberation of Rumania, though in I etf�!t Rumania is free already and l^^^'^^'P^'^* that he,may her;,spread and fled. ^He.came down a hT^d-'�^ledi'lnsenslble/ but victorious Jiero i'of: as%reat/a fight as ever this war ?/witnesse^ in the air. ' � The Victoria Cross has beeri a.war(^ d to Major Barker for this exploit. mm v;_.Bav. R. Page has,freaigned as rector Tot^St. Stephen'iS Conrtright, �Ont; to go as'ass&tant rector at St tPalU'sCathearaJ, Detroit. parade a"s the ships pass, closes the grim but glorious story which began in 191B.' -^Thbugb we failed then, the men'who fought at GikUlpoli in, 1015 broke the mUitary strength of Turkeyv She barred -our path, but she-apent Ihe flowervof ber army In the effort ahdneverjecovored from it.'' j year by year .8b�w>,tl^t;fregula?�'and steady advances r^n-flaltfrleshadihe'en the .rule riither ^ than 'thfe erceptioa. The situation at theijjires'ent tliite.?bow-ever 8how^vthat,*pealtIng: inV'genefal terms, the Incre^BjB.iJn th%^rat6 of living during kwM-RsisW,^^^ had goris ^faster than h'ad-.been'''contemplated at the beginning bf theyear, and the government after looRing into  all this facts which it had' been posfeible to I 'gather had decided io set aplirt "�"'^^ Calgary, Nov. IB.-The Calgary cA-adian; of'which G. M. Thompsonj^is 000 to be expended under regulations In bonnses to members of the -service' who have been employed continuous-;^'! ly since lastly ear, and vwhoser salaries' have not been at a. higher 'monthly rate*than $110 per month:: It will' take some .little t jme; in which; to ibasS the grant, but Mr. Stewart stated thafj he 'had n^iiaefarrangements/^^or thIsT' work to pro"c,ejbd during his 'absence ,managing\editor, Ih Its Tfibrsday .Jasne j so that fhe payment can be made^bV kade--a-longj statfemeftt; wmouncing i fore tht [^(e suBpenBiOni of the Canadian. :The> statement said ""that^, \h\ ' company WoSj^ either^reorganlzei^ehenpabllca: tion bfigbt ^gain be oodttrtaken, %t-|it might^Jgo- into voluntary ^UquidatiM^, The 'vwCnl^d the mo;^ recent TnflueSi?; jsaTepldemlSgare given as the reasgjjj^ for suspensioni. ^"k-'? FIVE DE iS IN DAY. Edmonton, Nov/ 14.;,^r-the first time In two weeks the, numb'6r: of in-fluenaa deaths recorded' >{or; onev. day in Edmontonis'in single^figureisi otUy-ftT5 deaths be|ng reUferti^d. ____the end of Vthe carrent year. .J^Tba action of the g&vernmenti in thiiS^^*'-t^r'Wni -Without doubt give, cbnsider-tfble ssEtisfaction to the members >'3f Lthe'civUsBeryitJe fhp wiir comV wfthln, the �jpromiiBdp'^ttf'the prUtt.osed^regulS-- as to thei, pro,ms> Wade by Canadl'n paper, mills ^w^ravsubmitted to Uie pa-^ per control'trlbuniU by w. N. Tllley,' acting-for th6':Canadlan publishers to-; day. Ifle showed tliat the Laurentide company had net .earnings, after deductions f for depreciation and betterments of $2,321v9tfl for tiie year ended last .Ifune, as eoittpared with $867,692 in,1914.  I '  Price Brothers' 1916 figure wasjl,-37082, as compai�d with $451,287 in 1914;; Spanish Rtyer Mills' net My-' enuo was |],i729,2Sli in 1918. as'cbm-, pared with W79.MBpln 1914. "But they manuticturfe other,things than newsprint/".sald a member of the tribunal, when -these figures were read. "Yes."salAMr. Til^ey, "and-that is why we came to ask the government auditor, 6;~ T. Clarkaon, to see If newsprint is really a bye-product or ret^ltalttifi th�^ .pubUBhtorB''i:many>yain e^riB'tc'set u-proper Investigation of the;9&per;mills' aUaira tind"who iirgedi'that Mr, iSlarkson be; allowed tb>t6U^tb6>tribunaV1ilB'>experle{tcciay'the Prlngle .price br|69 .A ton tor new-print solely P)No losses ^ , Lond�n, Nov. 14.-^Norway lost during, the warJSSV vessels, aggregating close on .to'ii2B0l000^ton8,' acCdrdinKi lo otfictal BtatlBtloB. In' addition,, 33 vessela of approximately 69,0bO tons w�re damaged by Oermaa/submarines. One thousand, one hundred and twenty. Uvea were lost In' these disasters.' . quality, fohhn blood that enablet; the bod^ 16 ..ih>4tr;�ngth fast. ;ScpM^s helps sohre the'praU�n tat^^faces jevery busuifeM-mait~fihag offaiy^ ifh^the wear and(:tear o^''th�.'jHKfyi'::,:A'-''i! Scott* Bbwne.ToraBtOiOnt. l��t ^ High ..................'..... 50 LowtT....................... 24 ^ Fol-ecast-Few showers op snow flurries, but mostly fair.^ ,^ Dfi A. McConville, a native of Kingston, died at Burwash, Ont Specials i Boy s' and Yoiitfas' Clothing SA*rtJRiZ>AY 9 X � 12.00 , ' Plaid. ^Ckey-ffweed Belted jDver-coat, radian glepte,^ sizes 31 "to*34 * ' Regular ;|i|j[)0,i ' - - Special ----.. Dark Qirey Heavy Tweed Belted . Overcoat, -well .tailored, sizes 30 lo 33. Regular {16.00.....4 O AA :Special ...t:..., kCMv, " Brown Checked pelted Ulster. V'reversible fcollar, slxe* 82 to 3S. �. i Bcgular . $20.00. -t-j" ;;v:Special______ AuJ V i I>ai'k Green Fancy Check Ail ^Vlpoi 'twebA, belted model, revers- ,5,' lible collar, sizes S3 itQ^35,*i' gin. i/VBegular 925.00. Special:. ^l*Uv y^laln Grey Norfolk.; Q>7C, Regular ..?10;50; Sptfclkt .-. Pf#*a? Brov/ii Mixed  Tweed Nortlolk/, ' Regular $7.50, , 1^71% Special...................�> I u, �. Ipiain Grey Wdrsted Serge, well .tailored. Regular $17.50. t AtUt Speclat-....... ..... 14..UU � Navy Blue Irish Serge, good weight. Regular $15.00. ^in e/| . � Special..........1 L^0^3 Grey Tweed Sult,.*made up la Russian model, sizes 21 to r'.n 24. Regular $7.�0. Special 0*3U ' Young Men's Suits / Iq Norfolk, Pinchrback and Naturii Fitting models, sizes from 32 to 36. --'-\---^""^- - S-'FIFTH^JBTBEeT SOUTH'' THAELL 0^ m,-:;.'-";" . - "^EXCLUSIVE- l.i|ME8 IN CLOTHING AMD MEN'S FURNISHINGS wm. �Ml The Banks will ai m#Q.0^Jo buy Victcfry^BoMds ^^^r-^pch money did yduskye last year Jigerhaps $l,O0()^and you have account ^11:, readyv Ike -to put m ictQry Bonds. ^SS.,...... Imomeht: �^4: � "-v . ............. ^ ^ |d $100 or ;$560 or $1,0Q0 last |^eajr/.&^^ do you expect to save dilnhg the coming �w^^ -ft. You can now capitalize your ability to f save^and" help your co'ufitry at the sam6 � tijne. - ^ , ' �� \\ In this way: Aiay Chartered Bank will give you credit for ninety per cent, of the anipurit you can saye to pyt into Victory Bonds ^nd the^ Bank wilLqarry ypii/fdr a year, charging just the same rate of int^r>^st as yoii get on your bonds-so the inter^i^t costs you nothing. , n You can pay off yoijr bonds to the bank '^^iri'montl;ily instalments andIp^ch instalmertt . begins to e2^rn 5/^ per ^ - Step in and see a Banker abpiit it tb- . ,^ day-it costs nothing tp inves4gate;anid Jr^^^^ yoii^take no risk in any eVent. ; ' J. 4 BoFrow Money and buy Victory Bonds V Borrpw and Bliy iMued by iCanada's Victory Loan Goijnpiittee? ;� ': ' in co-operation with the Minister.: df^KnltedB- of the Donuhion of Canada, \v ' t V. ;