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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FMDAY, NOVEMBER 22, IfltS Till'. .V-VsMDCE DAII.v HKHALH L (Special to ttio llornlil) FKUNIK, Nov. Among tlio half n hundred funnraltt which have taken place in Fertile Hlnco thn outbreak of the Influenza epidemic, the double, one v.-nuii took place this uflurnoon was olio of the saddest. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnnlay, two #r For-11 oldOHt eitlzonH, ltHVitlK co 1110 ItOl'l! ill KSiiS, from (Ihu'.e. liny, when the town of Ferule was Just started, and who died at tlrule, Alberta, of In- known."to the people of the town. They have the sympathy ot a largo elrelo ot friends. WASHINGTON, Not'. 22.-Arson-tlno is in a turmoil over political excitement, according to Information re- Alcxander and Bonncll Dnnlap. sohr�| ocivod hero through ofllelal channels today, over the interest aroused by the resignation of Dr. Roumolo S. Niton'bh nmbiiBstttlor to the United States with the flerlnrHtlon that, his Koveniment'B attitude tlurinK the war fltieir/.n, were, hurled in the cemetery, lian made hlx position In WitKlilifRtoii tlih afternoon, Itev. M. lilacfc, of Coal impossible at now considered that th m; from fopeiihafteil. says Hans Del- ' ),e,t of health, left TrfE CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMITED GERMAN EFFORT TO CLEAR THE CONSCIENCE 'IV. l!i. ii iiu lui'ii/.;: :-,i: (he v. ... ill ./nil ;.I liee. :-everal conuii'l I'ei: ulll iv 1>" pre-.-tenletl then. Lender-1 and many iii">ii-heT are nlso preparing for the ki>m' reconstruction and appropriation program which must le> squeezed into tile session eliding March.", epi-1 Seiiiiie .'ommittee; will 1-outiiiwc me, I work tin the war revenue bill and the in a ! investigation of brewer.*' act icilie-.-. SURRENDER MINESWEEPERS LONDON, Nov, 22-Twenty-seven mine sweeping ve3Sels passed out of Germany's possession on Moud.iy. according to n Central News dispatch from Amsterdam. They arrived in Dutch waters from Belgium and were interned. BRITISH CROSS WATERLOO LONDON, Nov. 21.-British cav-airy today crossed the fields of Waterloo on their way to the German frontier. Large numbers of guii3 were taken over yesterday in groups by the British. I ;iIIm ii nil' nix j Houfe appropriation cmnpiiiec.- wilt i pinfeed Willi lira f. ill!' score ni lelMlla! ! supply bills BEECHAM'S PILLS ouickly help to strengthen the digestion, stimulate $c livert regukte the bowels and Improve the health by working with nature. Lwmi Safe W ��� M.dJcia* la lU WaM. itU imritm, I. bozu, 28c KILLED BY AIRPLANE. CAMP HOKDKX, put., Nov. "2...... Second-Motif. B. 55. Sexton, .son of J. H. Sexton of Str.tthroy, Out., died in the camp hospital here nt tl.-iri last, night its the result of Injuries received in nn accident: Lieut. Sexton received his death blow from the revolving propeller of a'machine which wan stationary- on the ground and into which he had wulkod. WHILE IN DELIRIUM VANCOUVER M. D. SUICIDES VANCOUVER. Nov. 21.-Following art attuck of delirium, tlurinK which ho had been confined in a straight 'Jacket. Dr. V. T. llartman, a practising phyBlcian of Vancouver, committed Htilcide in tiie pennral hospital today by cutting his throat with the blade of a safety razor. Dr. llartman had Hufferod from Influenza and pneumonia. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal $118.45 IN Eastern Canada Double Dally Train Service Corresponding Fares to Other Eastern Points Tr�na-Canada to Toronto S103.20 Double Dally Train Service Safe, Comfortable Travel on the World's Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Cart, Standard and Tourist Sleeper*. Excellent Dining Car Service. Tickets sold during December are good for 60 days. Extension will be granted by a payment of $5.00 for each extra fifteen days. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J, E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. Iirufek and other f !onnervalive parllu- � raentarians have appealed to Die (ler-' mail government, to appoint a com-] mission of impartial men, including' nelltralH, to Investigate accusations of breaches of international law hy Hermany during the war. The appeal said the investigation must be conducted regardless of the rank or dignity of the accused nelsons, so that, "the (lermnu people may be able, to clear their conscience." DIED OF INJURIES. PORTLAND, Maine. Nov. William 0, Hollinson, of this city, died today of injuries suffered last night when three cars of a (irainl Trunk train from Montreal jumped I he track near Knlmotilh. His death made a total of three finalities as n result of the wreck. .lobn II. Vnnicr and Fred A. I.lttle, passengers, both of this city, were Instantly killed. Kleven other persons who were injured were resting comfortably today in the hospital. ni our i i Friday! i h iiiiii.ii -, 1,.iiin-, ii i.iiu had i-i. in the ; i,i ihrou'.,:i i i'.\u wed-.:- | i:l with in- i red about hi, hell.e.! xpertcd. j PETAIN'S GLORY. I'AKIS. Nov. 2'J.-In making his for-nial proposal that Hen. I'ettiin he given the rank of marshal of France. Premier rietnenceau today said: "(Jen. l'clain will have the glory of . tnther. Ilritlsh Columbia, and alem ago returned unexpecu- ip fliienza of which he mi :� two days hefore re-.n hiiui On iiceount of his not Incur there was1 no one in ii-nn tin- ranch to meet him on hi.-f arrival in town, and. no donlil, being impatient, to get home on account of i.i- illiie.-.^. 'i, walked the seven mile-. ;ii midnighi. to his ranch, which i w  ' iii' lo\>n, and it is thought that these are the reasons which unfitted him for dial tack. Hoon after Mr. Main'i an '.:al__ "ni.ltv. who died of pneumonia f..;-I .slop here and is to he hanged |),.v. i:;. t,iCm.-iiz-i. Mr. J. .1. Cmieroit retiiiiied from Ktlmonton on Sunday, and i.UI friends from Pish-, hum motored in on Saturday morning last to welcome homo Wo. T. II, Ty- j son. ojMhe PI'i'.L.I's on his arrival! from overseas I'te. Tyson enli ted j i in Ptihrtmry. .". with tiie 1 't'a CM.lt. t nattallou, and wept overseas with thai ! i unit, and utter naming In Flighted and \ service lu Prance, many were glad 'o i ex^Mttl u welcome home. I Mrs, Allan Met lelland, of Fishbnrii. | returned from Calgury on .Monday and ; reports tlutt her liimbatid'h lienlth i.s slightly Improved Mr. McClellaiid is nt�\t in the Cenentl Hospital In Cub gury, nutl hopes to make as speedy a ! 'recovery its possible, though it has not j ! been decided wheihur an o|wratlon i-t , ; lieci'mtary. 1 I'te. James McCarthy, a P.P.r.M. | veteran, Is at pretont a patient in tie j (i��nurul Hospital, Calgary, where he; lit undergoing treatment for a diseased ] uplno, caused from Injuries received j in Kiatice. For the past few months he ! bus been u patient lit lite s.initorluiu j at Prank. .; Nurse Henderson, of the Waldorf Hospital, was a l.ethliritlge visitor on i Sunday last j .lack He.udon spent Suntlav Ia�t In I l.cthbrldge ! ;i) Miss Katie Ito-de is now convah'8-i cent at the home of Mr. and Mrs c ; C. llan-ton � Mlsa Nellie Cray, of tile telephone exchange, is ;,r pi, s(.n! enjoying a well : tieservoil hollda>. j Sat Only at McKeliie & McHuire's We've too many suits and overcoats and must unload. SATURDAY we will give ii 25 % any suit or overcoat in the house. Get yours Saturday. , o F F SATURDAY SHOE SPECIAL Any $10.00 Geo. A. Slater Shoe in the House Saturday for $8.50. Saturday and save  Be here money. McKelvie The "2" Largest Distributors of Men's Wear Kirkham Block M'$ McGuire I Southern Alberta. Lethbridge BENEFIT FOR BALDWIN'S FAMILY 1 IIOSTON. MitsB.. Nov. 2:'.-More j than 70(lu boxing eiithusinstii uttendetli a benefit enterlainmeiit hero last night, fur the family of Matty lliildwin, tor-; mer Ntnv Knghind lightweiBht boxing j champion. The receipts exceeded | $10,001). Willie JucUhoii unit Prank j Hrltt, .lack Hrlttmj ami "llurlom" i Tommy Murphy took pun in exhlbi- i tlon bouts. RESTORE SENIORITY. NKW YOUK, Nov. il'J.-A mojotity of the nation's railroads plan to restore employees who entered military and mivul service to ttiH seniority j right/' which they sacrificed when i they left the roads' u'mployi'ieut, ae-!-cording to an older by the t'nltcd ! States railroad administration made j public here today. Insofar as practl-I c�l. preference in r�-emiiloyuient and '.reinstatement ivotilti be given to sol tilers and sailors as tpilckly as ijiey are mustered out, the order said. 1 IN NO DANGER NEW YOHK, Nov. 22.-The Amoi-icun aleiinier Canh. which went ushoro in a heavy fog off Port Look Out. 1,. 1.. yuBtorday, appeared,'to bo in no dim-jjpr today. Naval vessels stuudlns by worn expected to drivs tUe Carib oil L'itoie nightfilt ^1 ANNA CASE. n The MiracU Qirl of lAa \1eUnpolilan, proving thtte i.i no difftrtnee betwetn h" charming Voice and llu /YV� Ediion'i */?! cr^alion' of II. /