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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta illNGiNG \fP FATHER" THE llBll^IDGE DAlLY-jiWgmw^i V4.�,.A'. ...,M..^...->..,:u.;.^,.,�i.-p......^-...vv..i..t!:........... ..... '71 1018 B Win City Save Eckstpnn Park ;,For Revival of Sport in City i When tXir Soiaiers Return? I . -Tfie war i� over and th� boy� ' MIU: toon be eemlhg homd: again. TKey havent had a Burfeb;a� Jftn and aport during the yeara they haVe been fighting the Hun, but ,hak! it ,not occurred to you that tftfoy will expect to make up for wh� they have loot when th*y r^iiurn? What ,ie LethfarJdgetie- ' inf fo do by way of iport next '^aunimer? ^ "' that la a .queatlon more than vn^.hae been aaking iatt>ly.|rhe 'IttSm'' ever there have been lible to;^ndulge in Juet eneuth eport their reel pertedaV*?!^!!^^ ^ iager for it, mni \Ki^ ^iir beak fane in the wofld when, .tliey'retumV Uethbrldga muat den ''iMf^Atiare toVaee thit they are pre-th meana to have, their. ore the w*r Lethbrldge wtaa .of the b�M, Boeeer towne in fieeC rWeV aijc city U?"?*. d ^laeli'^yaar for'tlie feUy;* e^Shd oh more than one deiy-; ri Lethbrldge has been able ^ _jidteama to fight for the Oo-Mikiti championehip. So iwe muet prqjvide for aoccer. And. baaeball! ^Everybody eays baaelrfll wII|'l�oom riext Summer. What'la kethbrldge joing to do to fill thV bilit Boxing ia another eporf whleh'ihae been to the fore in kethbrldge, but there'ie not eo mucli trouble about the fietic game for lt-,doJMnt rcqulrtf a largo outdoor apace to atage. Where are we going to hold ourj aoecerand ibaaebairgamea?, That'e a imea(]bn the^citlzenevahould be thInKlrtg.dfir The old Ecketerm parl^ hie alwaya been the favoritjB epoi but the ; Henild >aa heard ^ thai ,1t'nUy'not be available un-' lied 'tiM city commiaalenera take some aitron. " Handerebn Park Wdiifd probably be alright if grounda v^n fixed up and atattde b�1lt,3littt4t is'^doubtrut-whether the'city|,'W�uld undertake that ex-peniif ifor a few yeara, eo if any- ' ought lie kwriohe-; Now'e the time for itheae intereated in eport to ; atarivtaiklnit, and to let the com-miaaieriera know what they think about it. �  � �^      ? ft ^ > ^    ,We|kaow's sink >, vnai -didn't cop A Victory Bond' ; .TTlieB they were) going, 'I   f  ^ Aiui'wlien he diet ' .    Hard so nip -, >   .  To the Pearly Gates ! Aad^Feter will aay '    "Whence comest thon?"    And-he wIU aay: fFTom Lethbrldge." , I'tAnd did you buy A Victory Bond?" , . " �  Peter will enquire? ! And he will have To answer 'No.' > A3id;rl^eter will say: ANDY tkt Radiator Man Hui Moved to 418 5th Street S( "What,'frdm' Lethbrldge. ^   - And no, band! Oo down below." , Calgary; , V,.;,..     Thou are consigned  ;  � :* .  To llTO �. �'.��r- . :,is' who hold ranlct or' are training ifor commissions: * ' iv, i?., ; l^feutpnant iSom Hebprt; avlAtlon corps, ' : , ' Lieutenant Paul Des Jardlen; Lieutenant Clark Dlckerson. LieutAiaTSt~�'lSiaster; Torkelsbn. 1 v Candidate Officer EdKldpfer;' ^ - AT BOW ISLAND Many Influenza Cases - Pte. Allan DePew Reported Killed in Actiori � (Frpmcfcr Own Correspondent) . ' Bow Island, Nov. 15.-The declaration of> pe(t�e' was received her^a with the deepest gratitude. Owins to tha visitation of death and illness in onr midst nd spectacular celebration occurred.' .Citizens Individually Tojqlo^] ed with a real and deep tbankfulncus^' strengthened and broadened by The knowledge that tnir, freedom was only made possible by the supreme sa6rl-fice of many whose memory .vnijiiusi cherish and whose loved ones.we inuat care for. t Is only by true recognition of the sacrifices that hava been made for us that we can reach 4he acme of thanksgiving. In Memo'riam-Mrs. Paterion. ' On Sunday thrc passed out ^fronii under the condition of things physical the soul of> one of our best and ^ most popular citizens, Grace Paterson, devoted wife of Dr. J. H. Pater^ton,; a victim otinfluenea. j . . Burial service was conduced .?on Thujjsday-morning, Rev. Herrin^^p&s-tor?of AH Skints Church of whliphr.aitfr ceased was an active member, officiating, assisted by Rev. 0,ilbert of tiie United church.- The many beautiful �floral tributes were evidence iorj.the afltectionate esteem in which she'was held by all wl^o knew her. HOW TABER MARKED IND OF FIGHTING Tjif' New, Hospital Scheme^ Thrse ^Deaths From Inflli-' cnza on Friday ; From Our Own'cnrr�8D(ft>d�in�v, ,Taber,.Noy. l5.^Cltizerts of Tabcr were ?not made aware of the signing 6r. ihe iVmistice and, the: suspension of -hostilities, unUl eight o'clock Monday.'morning when the jrblatles and bllillt of i the town began to publish the joyjma news. Soon the pnion^ Jack was-Sreaidng the breeze from eVery flagstaff in/town and a run was made on the ;?�tore8 for flags to decorate private' homes and automobiles. A public, hpliday: was declared by thtt mayor an'd all.buBlnesa 8US|iended. At 3, p.m. a public thanksgiving servicer-preeided'over by the xnayor-was held' on^^the BQuare adjoining the pdst of-' flee, y The (long metre doi^ology and the Na^totaal Anthem were sung, the 46th PaAIm read ^J>y BIshpp Haynes, 'land prayer8>:'ot thanksgiving foi' victory: and peace offered.'by^ the Revs. Taylor'iAi)Ldi;I*hllpB.v>Themayorlt04>k the opportnnlty of putting in a word for the>)Vitiitiry Bonds. Hearty; cheers tirert'giVen foi* the hlHes, 'General FocU'atfd-General Haig. In the even- Candidate Officer Louis Guisto. Candidate pfticer William Wamba- ' Th%' deepest sympathy is extended ganss Candidate Officer Guy Morton. . j Sergeant Otis Lambeth. , ,i Corporal Joe Harris. : ' Naval Aviation Cadet Tris.Speaker. REAL ESTATE MAN Calgary, Nov. 15.-After suffering a relapse from an attack of influenza ! which resulted in double pneumonia, , . , *W F. Murchison, of the firm of Mur-^are returning home must be met and chison'Brothers, Gaddes and Braden; comforts and supplies will be requlr- her loved ones in their sad bereave' ment. : S s ��? Miss Fleming is at present visiting her parents in Medicine Hat. � ' Mrs. B. Filler is assisting in the' ^piergency Hospital. ' ' Continue Red Croae .: The' cessation of hostilities abroad does not fnean the elimination/of Red Cross supplies. While tlie future demands have jandoubtedly been dlmin-isVed by the "declaration of peace,^ the great *and noble work of the society must be maintained for some considerable period. Rqd Cross supplies and comforts will be needed for sick and wounded for some considerable time after hostilities have ceased. The needs of our invalided soldiers who 'real estate, died last Saturday at i, Champion, Alta., where he . iwas In charge of the branch office of the �firm. The message conveying the sad news was received by his brother, F. B. Murchison, this morning. ' The deceased, who was bom in Galva, Illinois, was 37 years of agtt and unmarried, having come to Canada when this western country was opened up, and lias been actively on-'gaged In promoting the Interests of the west ever since. Besides a m'other, Mrs. May Murchison, the deceased brothers, and four sis- In Cow, Town And to wear .A 'tin uaak ed in Canadian Military Hospitals for many months to come. . ; At the present time the attention of the Canadian Rod Cross, is'directed to the pitiful conditions existing amongst refugees of allied nations returning to their home with practically no clothing and in urgent need of assistance, also the requirements of our forces in Siberia and to the needs of our allies in that country, Fuller in ing:hiB.landlord? It is a double in}tis|Ibe'tb~^act the Increased' fee of the tiinant aji he is UBualty the oufB teaBt'4tbI^t;fb;B&yV It is ^Iso a ptiK niciouB'^i|iK:i,to) d.o',as It makes the hospital mpreinacccBslble to him and his family..) OtrTcours^, .the tenant may well'congratulate himself''that he lives in Taber'and^hot in Drumlieller wherev,it>if/.proposed that he.pay $3 per day aB;a"'h0iipltal'fee.' But ihe system'^iBWhtn'giinA both towns. It exalts property'atioVe hitman life, and is prejudibial .to'^piibllc: health. We trust the^tore'ltof'^Bee. this Injustice; rectif ed '"before dt:; becomes actual law. ,-',''!''�'.' The /.New Coiirt H^uce. The co\irt!^Udu8�iiBnearing completion and .Js-being tastefully finish/d off insider .Bbti#^ere the public ahe ever going.to;get>^a look in at a trial in the ne'w.cioart76ouse'we fail to see^ 'The provlrbiul^at'swung by, the tail he^e woul'd hotter its .head, to pleoes on the four wkllB'after having bowled over thQ Judge,; Jury, prisoner and all the rest-, ,WeV^ere truly better oft for room, in the::^OddfeIlowB' Hall or ,the .old council'^ chamber, 'r^bat v Is the motive\that~haB prompted'this xur-tailmentiol'tKe riiht ,of' the, p,e6ple' to the pubI10;cqurt"FOom of th'e 'comi^un-ity?. ,Is it the 'Odl-vprofanumvulgus' iBPirit^_the',;'public.'' 'that .was bursting bravelyl upon the hearth,of one of our soldier boys at .the front; WilliamfJBmmett, snatching away from us Jn the -very hour^ when the thought of. reunion is uppermost, the wife/whose handr fed the flame that sent'its light and cheer across the' sea. Mrs. Bmmett pussed away Thursday-atlQ.p.m:, leaving.be'^ hind a child one yeartoldVr The funeral will be held on- Saturday at 1 p,m: fBlshop HayneB'officiating at theaer-vioe. On Fridayfat 4.45 a.m. Thomas Rap^ whd paued away on Friday last, a vic-timi;4>f&pani8b influenza. Dr. Symthe of Medicine Hat made profeBBlonnI'calls In the district on Sunday.' ' Bow island Boy Killed: / The sympathy of the entire community is extended Mr. and Mrs. W. expected in the course of the next few days, and will be made public, � Mr. Wm. Stevenson of Pleasant leaves three brothers ana iour, sis-j . ters, F. B. and C. K. Mtircliison and View waB a visitor here on Tuesday, the Misses May and Mary Murchi- Th^ many friends of Mr. ThoB. Mit-son, of this city, one brother , at xhell; formerly of Bow.Island, will, re-Claresholm, a sister at Crowfeet Re-j gret to learn of his recent death; at serve, Alta., Sask. and another .at Rudell, Into the bargain. Now vamoose." '  '  *. And it anyone �.:    Knows worse punlslunent ...    Than that    Tell it to UB.' Drumheller of influenza. Much symr pathy is extended Mrs. Mitchell ,and. her three children in their safl b.er-eavement, ' ' � Mayor Roid was a visitor t6 Medicine Hat on Tuesday. Miss McGoie is at 'piresent fliBBisting in the^ Blaine drug store;-" Mr..and Mrs.' F. Halpln, of Forembst were week-end guests ; of Mrs. .Jos, Halpin, Broadway. The death of Mr. Minor T. Olfbn I Ottawa, NOV. ii,,-over o AN ACQUIRED TONGUE Mrsi Much: What dreadful lan6\iage your parrot uses! Mrs. Nothing: Yes, my husband bought the :blrd one day and brought lit home In his car, and I have always suspected that he had engine trouble 'during the journey.-Pearson's Weekly/.',, ----- -- fact that the troops of the Dominion were engaged in heavy ; fighting at MonB up to the last minute ,bf the fighting and reports of the' latest casualties are still being received at Ottawa. The official.figures follov/: ' miled In action, 35,128; died of wounds, 12,048; died of disease, 3,409; Total known deaths, 50,585; presumed, dead, 4,620; missing, 842; wounded, 154,361; prisoners of war, 2,860; total ca^uaUIes,'213,268. , . MODERATE. ' ':',^' Young Norwegian Farmer (walking Into a prominent bar-room ihone of tlie large cities): Ay want a drink of squirrel whiskey. \, Bartender; We.have no oqusrrol whiskey. I can give you-some Old Crow. Young ^ Norwegian Farmer: Ay no wanta fly. Ay ynst wanta yump - yump around a kstle.-r-I^Jfc,,. formation in regard to this work Is R.DePew in the loss of their devoted son, Allan, who has been officially reported /Icilled .1^ action. His death Beems ^�j>ecia:11y unbciarable as word of Ills ,death was received Wednesday .after peace was declared at the moment wben fondest hopes were being entertained for his early return, \ iJr. Rjsnde of Salt Lake City is the guest, ct pr. Paterson. iMtB^ . Caughtsy .of,Burdett .Bp?nt Friday here, the gUest of Mrs. B. H. �Wllmotir Broad way. . Mrs. Clarence Henchel has the jsym-pathy bt many friends in the loss of her mother, who recently died In the Stiite of "WaBhlngton, a victim of influenza. Upon receipt of the.^sad news Mrs; Henchel left immediately for b^Sr home,. On Friday laatMr. William-Ilare appeared before the local magistrate chi^rged with Infraction of the m^isk order. 'The: acou^ed was fouhd giiilt^ and fined f2.50 and costs. ; Mi"B.I}ai;ling left on Tuesday-^ for Medicine Hat, where she will in future i^ide. /' - Mr. B. Toombs of Medicine Drilling -was completed yesterday and oitizanB bave every reason tp be el^tisd over the splendid., suocess which 'has attpndeid the effort to secure,wateir for tjii^r Uie.: The cpuncillohihive ex-ijt.. their .iHtJ^ .^itb.tite teaultB from the Hearst parlors at 2 o'clock this' afternoon to the Winnlfred cemetery, where in terment will take place,^ Much sympathy is extended those beareaved by his death. Miss Slater of Pincher Creek is iii the city, the guest of Mrs, S. O. Jamie-son, Olqulst Street.- . The sympathy of miny frierfds extended to Mrs. J. B,. WUkie In^tbe loss of her devoted husband who pass-, ed away in Lethbrldge on Friday last, a victim of Spanish infliienza. i M^ss .W, Oliver has returned from tlie Medicine Hat hospital. '' �/ Chuch Chuen harj been very biiey erecting a garage for his Chevrolett'^on Broadway. . . �.. 'v'^', Rev. Herring was a visitor to Medi'; cine Hat on Tuesday. '-' Friends will regret tp learn of ithj serious illness of Mr. Wm. WIllIiImB in-Medicine Hat. The sympathy of many frlend^j if extended - - i�ke snded to Mr. Larson of, Orai|y;(f�:�Me4.\ Central Garajifi ALL KINDS 0> jlkUTO REPAIR! WORK HANDIi^D PROMPTLY ,, AND CAR,|EFULLY STORAQei ^'ACCESSORIES * BATTERJES , . � PHONE 1023 OlitReller; Rink/cor. 3rd St. ft 4th Avenue S., Lethbrldge : ' W. H; 0OWL1|jG; W. 8^C06K , /O. 8. bEMOBILIZ^flON WaBh'Inatbn, Nov,.'IJ^rder*. have beeb lirsued, 4�jh., (^ooH an^ fiounceili for th(�vgni(lualj'demob, 'Ulliatlon of all treopaliri tKla^eoiiih ��t^y. � ,-'� ''' -'fr ' � AUSTRIAN POREiaNMIN'"/-' ��� Three Deaths Friday, Three deaths from influenza wae the tollin Taber oh Friday, Nov. 16; The first was that of Mr; John David JJoydi manager of,the Tiber branch of. the Imperial Oil company. Mr. Lloyd, who was ohe of the most robust xtnd vigorous- men in the community, and in the prime of life, 34 years of age, was taken sick on dotober SOth. Twice he seemed on the hIgh attendance' at the board: of health, meeting the evening he took'ill was hia last public service. A larg*; :'61role 6f l^riefadB with whom ho was. ever popular mourn his loss. , l|e leaves behind a,wlfe and" three'jChlldrcn to whom the whole commuttlty;"be-taken east ito Boston, the tormer honiC. of, Mr. and Mtb. StetBoa. 'i , , - - SERVICE STATION AtteiitioD, Mdtdrists tour battery needs very eare- fill attenUon durtn* 1. the . cold weatber. ) CaU Our Smkf/ ' Department and we will aend fori TOUT bat tery and ''atorev same derlng,'the winter flt reasonable' 'ratpa' at our up-to-date Battery vsta,tion! S11 7th Street 8. Phone jll'a Lpolc Hard- BEFORfevYOU SPOIL YOUR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. WE ^ ARE" E?CPERTS ON;-XlL IGNITION SYSTEMS. / RENiRING AND O^ERifAULING OFXARS ANb TRACTvORS OUR SPECIAt TY. WE CUT YOU A REPAIR BILLS IN TWO. ALL WORI<|JJUARANTEEd' OR MONEY 2nd Ave. Palacei ^cM�9�r9 TODOAUT A R.AJ/lEN,. AUTOMOTIVE ^ENOlNEERB ij^ie can $101*6' your car in the Woolen Mills for $5:00 lier month, i '^JWe have'also