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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta filiiPlSPiiSiiiilPilf FRIDAY;. NOVgMBER 22. ^^j^.^^^^ ' (Sp6cinl to tlio Hemld) ' PlflHNiB, Nov. 21.-AmoAg the halt ^ a hiiiidred funerals wtilch have takem' l)lftce In t'ewilo since the outbteak of ' tlio Influenza epldemlCi the double one -vvliich took, place tlilQ aftaraoo^. ��J�ration that his' governofent's attitude'^during the wa.r fluenza, were, buried in the cemetery', his made Tils poBifio�Nn. Washirigton this afternoon, Rev. M. Black, of Coal impossible. ' " Crock ConduetlniB a' short service at ihe graveside. , \\ This familyhaa'^ent four sons to the front since the beginning of the war, one of th6m, AngUs being killed Ht VImy Bldge, and one, Frank Dun-lap has been decorated with the Military Medal for gallant conduct .In battle. Bonnell Dunlap was the second child ' born in Femie; Fernie Beck," son - of Alexander Beck,j having preceded him by a month. Thp funeral was largely attended, the."family being so well BEECHAM'S and "inSo^ the Mlb Publloatlon of President Irlgoyeri^KJ decree acceptlni^ the. rflslgna^lon and replying to the ambaisador's criticisms apparently has sllri'ed the situation Almost to the staK^fof' violence and the relation of the.' president with members of his o^n party ato reported to'be anything but {larmonious. KILLED BV AIRPLANE. ' CAMP. BOBDBN;,J)nt., NoV. 22.- Second-Lieut. B. zi. Sexton, son of J. iH. Sexton of Strathroy, Ont., died in the camp hospitni, Ut C.45 last night as tlie result of injuries received in;an accident:; t,i6ut. Selcton received his death blow from tlie revolving propeller of a 'nia'cUlne* which was stationary on. the Jitrourid ^ and into which he had walked.' WHILE IN DeLllHIUM' VANCOUVER' M. D. SUI0IDE6 VVANCOUVER, Nov. "21:-FWlowing" atf attack of deliriuii;,' during which he> had been. conAne'd in a straight Jacket, I>r. F. T. HaAman, a pr^otl8^ Ing physician of Vancouver, committed suicide in the Vgene'ral hospital today by cutting, bt^vtbroat with the blade of a safety .razor.' I>r. Hartman had suffered from' influenza and pneU'^ .nonla.;.: ^ , ''^r'f- ' � '� SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME -'Imperial Limited to Montreal SI 18.45 in Eastern Canada 'Trana-Canada to Turonto $103.20 Double, Double Dally I^^Bft, \ Dally Ti'ain BQBb Train --- Serviea ,fj{jmy > Service ^^l^^^t^t ' ' ��f^ComfOrtal,ia Travel on S Oqmpartmant ObwrvatlonCari Standard and TourlnSlMpar* ; ' r Excellent Dlnlng4Car�ervle*,; " ; � � TIcketasold during Decembej- are goodfor 60 day*. Ex^tnal^n will be'eranted by a payment of fS.OO for each extra fif^aandaya. o FOR FUlffHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS:. J. QORDON, TICKET'aGENT, PHO^E 912, J, E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT,' Cj^LGARV. Backed ,dsar , T�ft CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMItED QERMAN\EFFORT T& CLEAR THE CONSCIfeNCE LONDON, Nov. 31.-A ilispatcli to ihe Exchange Telegraph Company-from-'Copenhagen, says Hans Del-brulfck and other Conservative parliamentarians have appealed to the German government to appoint a commission of impartial men. Including neutrals, to investigate accusations of breaches of internationallaw by Germany during tbo war. The appeal said the iuvestigalion must he conducted regardless of tlio rank -or" dignity of the accused jjer-sons, so that "the German people may be able to clear their conscience.". DIED OF INJURIES. PORTLAND, Maine. Nov. 22.-William C. RolUnBon, of this city; died today of injuries suffered last night when three cars of a Grand Trunk train from Montreal jumped the track near Falmouth.. His death maiQ a total of.three fatalities as a result of the wreck. John H. Vanler and Fred A. Little, passengers, both of this cHy, were instantly killed. Eleven other persons who were injured were resting comfortably today in'the hospital. PETAIN'8 GLORY. PARIS, Nov. 22.-In making his formal proposal that Gen. Fetain be given the rank of marshal of France, Premier Clemencean today said: ,1 "Gen. PStain will have the glory of having mainta'Ined to a high degree, even in the darkest hours.,the morale of the French soldiers. His con)maud formed the instrument of victory, to which his talents have so greaily contributed.", r �> ... :,.;;;- ., ASKS FOR NEW TRIAL. , FOR MOONEV SAN .FRANCISCO, - Nov. 21.-rA letter from Judge Franklin Grif^en, who tried and sentenced Thomas J. Moo-ney, to Gov. Stephens, "asking tjiat �Mooney be given a new trial because of evidence of fraud- and conspiracy der in cpnnecUon with a bomb esjjlu-slon here and is to be banged Dev. 13. DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN tgalnst him, was made public here to-, ay. '^ooneyiwas convicted of mur-J gjjjv pj^I. Bdwardsf^bf Bdraonton Uni Russell Mai% of Pincher, Falls ' Victim To The In- (From our (Svn Cornwi/oilJo' ) PJNCl-JEnORKBK. Nov. 19.-It Is iibw considered^:that tlie influenza cpi-de^nilo is now pfetty wull on tho wane, and it is hoped';:fhat it, will soon be a Ihlpg of-the pa^lyaltlioiigli it, will not soon have been:-'forgoU.oii. Death Of Mr. Main. The passing'away of one o� our most prominent/^rancliois on Friday morning last,, created a sliock through the whole-district, when it was knov,u that at 2 a.m. Mr. RushcH Main had succumbed to an nttatk of pneumonia following influenza, A few weeks ago Mr. Main, iu the best of health, left Cor a trip through Bi'itlsh Columbla,;and about two weeks ago returned unexpectedly, iU witli influenza of which ho sutferecl about two days before reaching his home. Oil account of his not being expected, there was' no .ofae^ in from the ranch to meet him on hirf arnval in town, and, no doubt, beihg impatient to get home on account of his illness, he walked tUo',s6Ven.jniles, at midnight, to hia ranch, which is west oi: town, and it is thought' that these are the reasons which- imfitled him tor the attack. .... Soon aftqr "kr. Main'h arrival his wife and two.little atop-sons wereTak-ba ill, and Mrs.'Main came to the Waldorf Hospital, where she continued to Improve. . �.TOe deceased, #ho was most highly esteemed .by alii'ifras in his thirty-fifth year, and, was >Born in Northfields, Nortfiumb^rland County, England, -His family came'froih'Northfields in the year ISS.-? and'.settled on the i-ancli west of town, - Where , his father still resides, Mrs, Main,Sr. having predeceased her sOnJabbut seven yeafs ago. Mr. Main, waq married about four years ago to Mrs: Gladys Baker, and of this -union-avlittle daughter. Baby Isabel, is left to ibdourn the loss of her father. ' ;�:.:-..�.::; � The' deceased'ialso leaves his father,-Mr; "John-Main, one sister,, Mrs. T. P..Npumsnyartjo resides southwest of towBi and-: twofbrother.s, Lieut, Tom Main' of the Royal; Engineers, now in Italy, and:'Lieut.''Kenneth Main, of the Royal .Aviatteh Corps, now stationed in Egyjjt.; f  The funeral-wafij conducted by Rev. J. N- Wilkinson'to'the Pincher Creek cemetery on Saturday morning at ten o'clofk. _ *rhe Lotal.Tqoui^^,-of Women have sent�aVmeslikg|B'%t {deepest ;gynipatliy toi jVirs; O. GAiBMar&s,. of Macleod, wliio'recently "suffered tho loss of her vei'sity, who - dl^^ijgi;^ pneumonia; f ol-. lowing influenza.'i.j .I. ' Mr,'J.f J, Cameripil returned from Edmonton: on Sunday�; and is now recuperating from his .attack,of influenza: ��' " ' ' Mr^.;. H. MacDon,ald,. of Mountain Hill, I'lias: been thai guest of. Mr. and I'Mrs. K.'Bi ParsouSfflf :Twin Butte, during the past weeki'i ;. , , A number of old friends from Fish-bum motored in oitrSaturday'morning Jaat t:s- GREAT RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM IN u; S. WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.-Goiigrcs.s today started on a 10-day vacation, ita first complete susponfelon slncn the BBSalon, which adjourned yesterday sine die, began Dec, .3,, 1917. While most members wlU be at leisure until tho new session bogliis next Dec, 2. several committees will work during adjouriiment on legislation to be presented then. Leaders and many meui-hers are also preparing for the great reconstruction and appropriation Tiro-gram which must be squeezed into the session ending March, ;i. Senate committees will continue vvprk'pn the wdr revenue bill and the investigation of brewers' a(;tivities. House appropriation comijilttees will proceed with drafting score of regular BUiiply hills, - \ SUf^RENDER MINESWEEPERS LONDON, Nov, 22-Twenty-seven minfe sweeping vessels passed out of Germany's poesetsion on Monday, aooordlng to a Central News dispatch from Arrtaterdam. They arrived in Dutch waters from Belgium and were (ntern,ed. BRITISH CROSS WATERLOO LONDON, Nov. 21.-British cav-airy today crossed the fields dl Waterloo on their way to the German frontier. Large nunnberi of guns were taken over yettar4ay in groups by the British. CLASS ONE MEN NOT TO BE RECALLED OTTAWA, Nov. 22.-Class one men under the Military Service Act who are how absent on leave without pay will, not be recalled. An prder-lri-couhclj sirined ,today provides,'that, ihjview of the ar-mistlcei they may" be discharged. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES January^ 1919, Issue of TELEPHONE DIRECTORY (;ppy for (he next Issue of the Telephone Plrectory will close on December V, 1918. and subscribers desirlhg any changes la or additions lo their present Jiatings, Bold Type Insertions or Advertising Space are requested to notify the local office (phone 1334) Immediately, or write to Directory Department, ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES, CALGARY, ALTA, NOTE CLOSING DATE, DECEMBER 1, 1918. MUSIC.?-Why It 18 tiie ac voice of Anna Cksie-^jiist jheard the great soprano at the, Metropolitan, New l^dJTfk. ' The N^w Edison is going &e a; wonderfuP, help fo me with my studies lit the ?3onsei% vatory. It brings right to niy. vir Ltd^ Dealers Lethbrldge' ;