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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '  fftifelE DAILY I^N&ING UP FATHER" WIFE UEADIN'ABOUND ' � THOO WOULON-T LET "THM-DOC. Iti MT , YOU'RE Ry-SHT I'M HE LOOKEO 01? At ME WITH JU^T LIKE ^I'AJMAIS OE*NME- V THE POO(% UTTUE rH\ne^, WE MUbf ' vidlng?lt'conld;*e transferred to Onia- "There will be nothing definite ha. 'The franchise O'Rourke desires, Aone bv the malor leaeiies It is.sal^, iinow held by LouisviUe. vrpments in the VarTpmi^^A several-eiub^ows of the American to such action." he continued. "We The S't^ and t^T^^^ association vie.w with saUsfa^Stion the have a big task on our hands, for it ^ttu^^^^fA^ .^^^^^ ^Si^cliT hoiwlv proposal to include Omaha in the cir- take leeks of hard work to get Sfi'^If arl%�nanll"ur!rh^^^^^^^ will Mnf a.ii i-,..�iH- P��r�,i.� wsanized basebairunder way again, exams will be easy and thdt none of '^'.'",'^0* �"'-��'''l:hnd.Empire special from .Washingion)-^State department ofUcluld and diplomats are keenly interested in repoHftxredited to Berlin newspapers and obming from other sources pointing out that Bm-peror William of Germany really has not abdicated, because there has been no formal proclamation to that effect. It was intimated, presumably on advioes received through ofllcial cha,n-nel9, that if th^ former German ruler returns from Holland to Germany, he will run no small risk of violence, regardless of whether he goes with tho consent of the new Berlin government. Inasmuch as most of the reigning monarchs of the German states have abdicated formally, it was pointed out that the empire over wliich William formerly ruled no longer exists. It Is believed Willfam may still asplj-e to continue or be reinstated as king ot Prussia, but this is not believed probable. JOSEPH SMITH f(:o.\"riNHKi> from Front Paobi of the church, after the death of Lorenzo Snow. ' '; LIVED ON APPLES papefr lags, laughing,. shouting atad weeping' in turn. The first automo-billys containing' Frenoh officers were taken by storm and loaded to bvei^ were h?ld and only one or two flags 'lowing with boys and'girls )u their Victoria, Nov.: IS.rr-Their vessel in flames when 80 miles from the nearest land, ,8 perilous future opened to privilege to fly our Bmlpire's-flag done by the major leagiies until de-1 thB^^^�**>�^,'\,�^^^^^^ iroi,T,,o,to !, ti,� Of the boys whoare now,'de- French, After 47 years: of German 1"tona' arrived thjs'morning with the rule, the town appeared even more '�^scued.men...,';:"^.,, intensely patriotic than French towns Thirty miles, off Cape Beaie, at that had:,never known any other than No^r.. 7; a lamp in the: galley ^^nch rule. the Lietr B'overturned and set the Gen. Dogain's entry was preceded P"ot house; on'; fire*-"The men found by the formal surrender of the town themselves' unable to control the by four German officers who had re-(an explosion from H. Wathen. of the Louisville club said tonight: . "Thatlj! justone of the dreams they are paving out there at Peoria" Regarding the � price William O icies for next year. Among the tasks that confront major league executives is one involving the strengthening of at t, least two clubs that have been rather weak in ALBION RIBGE A'iiT'""'" 9'"' CorreSDondent) Rowta^rOmiS; w'aV7aid"tri,rwm:! the financial prppi, but it,: is believed ' hig^^^.f^f^' JP/en'ust^ewTedgo - *------------------------ ?�^?Ki^�n^r ^" 'eT operaUons is Xh losf L nottiniTo i?ow in the spring with the, same clubs huf whinh win rr^JTa itt*il\.^tZ7j they embraced when war : caused a L white f7am^ nl^Hi"n,,hH�^ mII? teg Mr. Wathem said; "Thot is third of what it Is worth." WOMEN SWIMMERS ARE ACTIVE -Will peeupy Much Attention In Sport This Winter New Turk.-Swimming for women is to occupy much attention in the wor^of athletics this winter, not only in t^e competitive field, but also in the ^council hall. One of the most interesting matches of the indoor season promises to .'lie seen in &e race between Miss Thelma Darby, thp 16-^ rearoU. JodlasapoUs girl, tend Mrs. :Clalr*daIltgah Finney. The race is � tOpb9 at &t>0 yards, and will take place In New Tork, probably at the winter popl, at;Brighton Beach. Miss Darby has haw defeated' by Mrs. Finney twice wl^iin^ the last two months, but tfi^ Is^ontldent that her turn is com- malned to turn over the' official ad-minl8,tratlon.: With grave dignity the the 700 gallons .ofr gasoline on the craft, they took to a dory in' their (Jenfans marched out of the tows to underclothing.';, � llliero,,was no oppor-meet'the advancing columns, while the ! '�nity to secure a supply of food and inhabitaiitslooked on in silence. Af- * cabbage atid.vsoxnia apples, was all the 'flu, tho Russian 'thistles have travelled on both 'public ' ahd private ter; turning over their powers, the Germans withdrew and watched from a distance tl^e .scene of Joy that moved all other spectators to tears. ST; KILDA NEWS fFrom Our i own Corr�^Bonfl���� St, Kilda, Alta., Nov. 20.-Weather in this district still holds good and the farmers are still working on the land. The'flu does not appear to be hlt- iJOE BONDS GETS "COLD FEET" iPrpPer'.y at a speed which only'>A1-! ting very'hard in this flistrict, there tenans know. The only remedy would lare a tew cases but none serious. Refuses to Enter Ring With Derfip-sey in War Work Fund-Benefit. / J.: L. Nelson made a business trip to SwejBt Grass, Mont., one day. last seem ta be to eopy,j the' plan, adopted. by the wind-blown Estates across the!______^. ______,_______, , .,, __ border, and plant trees for wind- week and had the misfortune Of hav- New York Nov 16-Mauv Urom-"'""^^'^ �� the eastern side of each ing his harness stolem but the matter inent nueUlsts uJrUcl^aterih a b^^^ """^ ^ '^^ tarmBT^ was looked into and harness found, w L^fii. ^^^o/i^i^t a.,.,^ have already adopted the plan in south- also the maii; that had it.-, den he^ toniAt tu support of the *^iJn.^l1'^ ^''"^ ' W.'H. DllUy who has Uen here for Joe Bonds, western hea^we.ght, XI. Not'^e ca^'of''tL"1� amoni S'oraL'^M^^^^ refused to go into the ring when time ,.,. ,,,Thiv to preventative they had. Blown, out of .their _c6urse by the storm, they: were driven to the entrance of Clayoqubt' Sound, beaching the dory Bt>Refuge Cove. Their hands almost: frozen and-'blistered by the burning oil;. assistance was received at the camp' of the Tidewater Copper company. ' . Capt. JohnsoiJ lost, everything, the Lief B-representing the savings of a lifetinie;, being valued at |12,000. Hon. W."^. Foster; Hon. i.F. Twee-dale and Hon. C.rW. Robinson repre-;; sent the New Brunswick government at the Ottawa" confelrcnce, President Smith was of an imposing physical appearance, and was particularly well during the latter years of his life. He visited Southern Alberta several times, his last visit being upon the occasion of the dedication of tho ground upon which the new temple at Cardston is being oreote'd. It is likely that-.the new president of the church will bfesHeber J. Grant, president ot the council ot twelve apostles. ; His father, Hyrum Smith, and his uncle, the original prophet Joseph, were shot to death by a mob which stormed the jail in Carthage, Missouri, where the' two;were confined shortly after they began- to preach plurolliy of wiveis.v'f �� /i^: He entered: the army which Youhg dispatched t6 Intercept the' ^Vnited States -troop.^ which ,were about :-to Invade Utah and performed active ser-vlc^as a scout, harras^ing the federal expedition until the president's proclamation ended the "Mormon war." . :ASIde- from his. re^Igioua activities, Smiifh was several times a mismber of the Utah state legislature and of the city council of Salt Lake Clty.rHe. was a widely trafVelled man, having made;;maW trins to. Eurppevi^ In 1874, Ifa .WSer'afnt 'tbiBjfiliad[fa8 h.missionary and was so active with the Mormon propaganda that his w.ork attracted wide attention. ' > - BROKE ARMISTICE Brussels, Nov. 19.-M.^-Lem-monler, acting J, burgomaster oi Brussels, has written the, delegates of the German govef4tment, giving details of 12 Instances where German soldiers extorted sums of money from the Inhabitants of Brussels on Nov. 12 aKd Nov. 13. (The armistice was signed on Nov. 11, and expressly prohibited such action^) ^..Lieut John A. D. Plden son of Rev. John Slder, of Chelsea Park Presbyterian church. London, Obt.,'d{ed of wounds 'in Franca. was called for his bout with Jack Dempsey. Dempsey declined to meet any of the negro pugilists suggested as a substitute. Frankle Burns of Jersey City, outpointed Jack Sharkey of New York, both bantamweights/ Willie Jackson us, duo possibly measures. ZIONISTS CELEBRATE mm wsgeor a ea^ Saloniki, Nov. iS.-^Under the aus pices of the Zionist Federation Israel- ing. .Tlia todUnapol}B'VrTK^ won points from EMdie sflonlkl^eld a^'lmposing'meeting to�- cama prominent in 1915, when .she Wallace the Brooklyn lightweight, day in the Place ToSr Blanche, to won-ttie naUonal 880-yard champion- ^"^^aj, the French^ :i:eather-: render homage to the allies on the oc- ! ship swim for women. Since then she """ ' ---- - - - . -............---- _________-ir'"'^' "^"^ fir -^"""^ ofThrannlversaVrof thTdec- I 'has won virtually every title in the'1��' tj�e; New ^York colored light- laration by Arthur J. Balfour. British � . Central, nkunriatinn fi.- aT,...,, .'weight All bouts were of six rounds' mi,i�t=,. I: .v.. .".^ The Radiator Man Rat Moved to 418 5th Streets. Central association ot the Amateur AthleUc oaioa. The revision hi the rules for women's swimming which the swimmers themselves want most of all is a chaifge In the height' of the' diving board. They point out that only an expert can execute difficult feats from, the 22-foot takeoff now prescribed ' i the rules without risking serious [Jury. The women believe that ^eight All bouts were of six rounds' nUnigter of foreign affairs, on the es-amotion,. : tabllshment of Palestine as a national ^The spectators donated fl7,Q0O to home for Jewish people. *' the fund, exclusive of gate receipts. ' i>?"V�>r VATICAN GLAD OF VICTORY RonvB; Nov, 18.-^The Osservatore FREE OF LUDENDORFF Basel, Nov. 18.-Prince Maiimillah, the former German Jipperial chancel- on^- wl^ diving be �mall's^^"* 1?�' ^^'^'Ir. "V^^^^,' ^"^"^^^^^ =pr says "r'r^ y� maae saier if a gays that after thn Tficnnt hamiv anc. -Th^ n^;,,,. week for Medicine Lake, Mont., where be will make his .future home and also work at his trade. W. Blackmere w^s at the home of J, L. Nelson one day last week, making arrangements to winter horses.  It appears the deal'has been-made and the horses are to be delivered in a few days*. - - I TIRES ,8I?�S lower board Is" used "hut '"als'o" that after the recent happy sue- "The German people; by the forma-i many wom� and rtrls woufl -fo,? c the Italian armies of the apos- tion of a Popular gdv^nment, is.;ib.i W fn.i,n�^ JTv- f^^'l; ^^"v."?!*' "^^f r^'^'l ^^"^ the dictatorship of Gen.' excite ^in the Italian public mind the Ludendorff, and will never tolerate belief that the pope had experienced another. ; :': some regrets over the victory. Thej ____i " letter points out that in a"jpapal letter) of Aug. 1, 19.17, and on other ocoas-i be Induced to take up diving if the rule were changed. A VICTORY FELL DEAD , ^ .. . Mulhausen, Nov. 18.-(Havas)-The ^- - r...........---------- and j!��?' ^^^^ expressed yepresented joy of the populace was saddbned when -believed to have been removed; else- bELlBERATE EXTERMINATION London, Nov. 18.-(3.20 p.m.)-^Information at the disposal of the British government, Foreign Secretary Balfour declared in the house of commons today, is to the effect that the deliberate .policy of the Bolsheviki government In Russia is one of extermination by starvation, murder and the I wholesale execution of all persons who do not supprfrt their regime. FOUR KILLED IN IRIOT " Winston Salem, N.C., Nov. 18.--Order was restored here today after a night of rioting in which four peftionli were killed and a score injured when a mob attempted to lynch a negro held In the city Jail on charges of shooting ^farmer, the county sheriff and attacking the former's wife. The negro who wfiB not positively identified,, is CeDtral Garaj^e ALU KINDSOF.AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND iCARiFULLY STORA&E  ACCESSORIES , JJ^TTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller lAl'nkp;eer. 3rd St. *� 4th Avenue S:, Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLINQ , W. 8. COOK SERVICE STATION AttentioD^ Motorists I'our: battery needs very careful attention - during the cqlri weather. '�. Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat-: tery and store same &urlng the winter at reasonable -rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. 811 7th Street 8. Phons tig ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK GUARANTEED EXPERT MECHANICS R^Pij^lRING AND OVERHAOLING DONE At Pala^^ Garajgfe, 2nd Ave. ^:Hayirooa Pystaa .WoirkiBtis., All k.0|ip.,C|U9eii MHIt I ,?'*'^*'. IU_ a stormy a,uu i_, -. . i.I :.-----------�-"i"..'�^o�5"ties of the Austrp-H^ngarlan, cause in Alsace. � tory accomplished and another, which ministry supported, proposed that pthe records of the- sitting should mention ,the satisfaction of the chamber at the end of the war. The former motion was defeated by a vote of 79 to 66, but the latter was c�)rrle4, i69.to..tVg, empire, which are independent states." now constituted NORMAL SOON ! RELEASED PRISONERS. Nancy, Nov. 18.~(Hiaivas.)T4Releas-ed French. British and Belgian prison- Paris, Nov. 17.-Victor floret, mln-i ers by thousands are comlttg Into ister orprovlBipns. in an interview to-; France in tlie region of NoncyTM^nv day said he hoped the food conditions.of Uiem show plainly how I'ong'they of Prance again would be uo.rmal. by .have been in captivity. The Y.M.CA. jsasior, . It, Y-^^-^'-f ni-' I'niiilliit llis jOjiJlli'i NO CHANCE "You sold my husband a parrot, did you not?" . �'Yes ma'am, I did;" "And you told him it could tolk, did you not?" r * ; ?I icertgiinly told him,, that, madam.'' "Well, we'vahad it a week, and hi, hasn't spoken a word: yet^f . i ' ^1 remember distinctly, au'am, telling 'your husband the fumt wouM Mk U^f^cave him a chanca.'! ^. 1" aej&aaJKEI'-ajtfttMUwn. Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for $5.00 per month* ^ We have also made arranaimeVs to have your battery lookecl aftorfor $1,00 per m'onth.whUe.yoMr car Is in>8tbrage,>' > BAAL IM MO T OR Co. ' , BACK OP UNION PANK ' ' tEAVE YOUR OUb TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR^RED CROSs'oOX ial ;