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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAV, lioVEMBBR 15, 1918 official cable received here by "the iBelgjan cosi$ur�ene'ral, the. city of Ghent ^ag takea by Belgian troopi before' the: signing of -the-irmlBtice. Tlie aermaii soldiers had previously thrown their ammunition Into the canal and,:,plun^erad^the central vStores Of th^ tnulKlctpdi.Velibf confmltieto., THe COminlttee's nresIdeht h^d' to;) tltfea^en the Cldrmin cbinAi^nder'ih^at'vhev'w^oid lodgi^'a^-eotnplwlntr with' "the-; consuls of neitral cbuntKiea If tHe(Oerman aU, lliorlllei dtil HAt put the remaining storey .in .;aar�)! KedpJng, On Friday last, the^tl�i^aW'1iW*r up the Ghent railway ,vladuct'4i\d station and dea-troyedvFpVopdrty, valued at 14,000,000. On Monday tihif OeYmans offered some reslsUijDiJ toLthd. Belgian troops, vhlch had sought an entrance. to the city, but iUw^S (HffcJcty^overcome. Ghentl euffered.ih'eavlly by requisl-liona >n4 deportations. The number of children orphaned in Ohent Is greater 'IhaQ tlie!'number of Belgian aoldiers killed Im action. .Tag.>Tf ^uA'hra'TorolltA  labor 'man urge||govWrii1ne'ilt owned machinery on f^ma to aid returned aoldler sett- THE LEllfBfiipGE DAILY HERALD . PAGK NINK '\ bbk^f''u:i!?^hEAT OFFICERS READY TO HELP ijondon, Nov. 15.-The British foreign office has issued a ^ act naturally, breath ir bad, aya^m fulLof cold,.has aore throat, stomach-ache or^diarrhoea. lilsten, Motheir! "See it tongue is coated, then glv^-n-teaspoonful of "California Syr-, up oM^s," and In a few hours all the constipated food passes out of �theisys'-teniF'iand,-you *Tiav% a well, playful Chita.. .. r- , tans ofVmotherB give "California of FigaV because it Is perfectly sa;^. children, love it, and It no�iOi iajls to, act on the atomach, llv^anrt bowels. ( , b,, Ask yOun druggist a^ bottle-'of "Calljfprnia Syrup' ot Figs," wh5ch has fuHlttlfectlonp for bfbios, children of alli^aires, and for- grown-ups-'plainly prmtedon the bottle. Beware of counterforts .'cold 'here. Get the genuine, maBBi;by the 'lOalifornia Fig Syrup Couftipkny." Wefuae Wiy other kind with 'oonterapt.-Advertisement. 'I irfCMpable,;. energetic women iSeio iasl^t "dUtrlet agents in ' Hndlng, leads.'Well eaUbllah-'/red llnl. RfiThest class. Dlgnl-:i: lied worK "Wholej or part of time.. Gl^|.to arrange per-i Voh*! InterifiteTV' with ^nyond - ij^terested. leaves* a large family besides a numerous host of frienids to mourn his loss. He was well known all over Southern Alberta especially with the sheep men. - He JiaVes a wife, three sons and ' six. aughters all of whom ar,e grown except the youngest who is nine years, old. . \ T,, J-.,; , � \^ ' fhe sympriajir'o't^the people ot grath once more goes but to the bereaved parents of the- late ^ Chria Chris^nsen{ SerVlcee^were held Over bis. remains on Sunday af|;ernoon outside the home of his j^'arents, cour du6ted by thd Rev; Mathewsoii of Raymond. The singing was furnished by Mrs'A. Wood, Mrs. H. Wood an'd Miss Woolley,, Messrs. i. O. Bridge, D. ClaVko, T. i^RdbMs iahd "�rm. Baxter. The pall bearers tvere friends of de-eeaJied, \^ai1aae Johnaon, L. Harrison, W. Cilftoti; John Baxter, Wilson Howes and Rae Bennett. Words of comfort were spoken to the bereaved parents by the Rev. Mathewson and alao O. A. WooUey by request of the family. They also spoke of the good chara'oter ot departedj how he was re-apecteM' by all; who knevr him. The floral tributes were beaullfiil. Mr. and Mrs^ Chrietensen; desire to express their ff-atltiide and appreciation to all^who have so kindly and willingly hMpedthein'in, their two recent' bereavements. Th4y wish to express to the ladies of the Relief Society their thanks foi*. ^lie assistance they gave, which they feel could'have been donov by no others; alao to eyeryone who In aqy way aiislsted them. They were never left alon>' one minute, someone has always^ been on hand to help tiiem awd^ tiiey can not express as they would like to their appreciation, Plre broke out, early' Weidnesday evening In the home of Mr. A. J. Wood, the flantes completeix demolishing the bouse and all ^ta {(i^t^nts.s The cause of the flre Is tinkndwn. �When first discovered the oontentf of the clothes closet wSre all aflun*.. The family were sitting in th^e ntchen' when they melled the smoke. A high wind Was blowing at the time .and help did not arrive soon enough to aave knythlng. Mr. Wood is away up north but will no doubt arrive home In a few days. The neat little bnogalow of LleUt. R. O. Swift is. nearlng completion. He expects to move in before Cbristmaa. The post ofllce will looateU' la the large room at the fr6nt. This makes a great Improvemeit to First Ave. south. - The Victory Loan committee are finishing their work this week. Saturday being the latt dsjr. AIRMEN AT eOLOGNE London,.Nev. IB.-American air men, landed' ai/Oftlean*! .90 the Rhlh*. Thureaay, aeeordlna to a Cologne dispatch to the Copenhagen Pol itiken and transmitted by the EKohange Telegraph company. CAN'T GRANT APPLICATION. New York, NoV, lp;-^The city has been unable-to :r grant applloatlone from the British government tot tvo additionarpiers here and. from the navy deilartment for four for the purpose of loading vessels: iwlth; supplies (or Englamd, Murray Hulhert, dock commissioner, announced today. ' Wm. Mtckl St. Thomas, is dead.v ^^and please bring my daddy home �mL "V'�% � � " � ' � � .1.',;A.!.;.0''V .Daddy is in Frances-he fought in the war. He risked lifcs,and limR He toiled aind tattled for ydars in the reeking filth and perilous hell of war- away frop home and wife and child. Now he wants to come home, and his dear ones wetnt him toow .Let us all help to bring hini home. Bujt Jfour Victory Bonds Ia�M4 i>7 Caaefia'a Vietoiy Lawi Cenmittes' in oe-operatioa widi the Minister of Finuica althsDMiiMMiof pup 2954657479 2824 ;