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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER U'.TIIIUIIIJGL7 DAILY UKIUl.b PAGE NINE, 'We ContrattM' I Editor Writes' Prom i, Belgium i (From Our Own f! rtAYSro.YD, host of friends that, Knevol Mllner hia In 1 nnrt around Raymond will eitend their deepest sympathy- to Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Mllner during Ihwe sad dayi. Not Ions; slrico lire 'sartats received i i wire I hat Kjiewel van seriously 111, 'Jion yesterday a telegram came from I Ottawa slating lhat. bis Illness had i provort fatal. enlisted ftio engineers about two years ago in Calgary -hence -lie stayed In Canada i short Urae.jAlter reaching Ens hs sent to the front where. fto his bees (or thu eighteen .ndntii, 'Several times bclni wound M but soon being able to lake ill. place-again wlth-lho railroad bridge constructors. Ho was amont Ihoaa engineers, sappers, cooks nnd farmers, -vlio, wlie'n' the BrH.Jsli line broke last spring, loll In and Illle'1 up llie gap. Since" Germany accepted (ho allies terms auk] capitulated Mr. and Mre Mllnor (uille. relieved be lause; Kncwel was always .In th (anger, zone, -Thle came as a shoe frojn because their anltclpa (tons were that he would soon b home. Knewel contracted the 'Flu, d> Ing the day after Hey received th staling that he was 111. lie vva twenty sight years old, coming to Can ida slilceu yearn ago from iProvi WJio Jed jiratrltt, the land uf Llic Tree, to UllH lor llielr lovctl one', cams over tile sea. Wood liepn Bjilii o'er r (teldB of Franco, liey'vo advanced In ihu [ace o[ ma- chine gun anil lunco, U'ey'vo foujfhl mauy _ billies aod know not defeat, 'heir inollo la victory, they never U This "Is-'not ihat Is weight] 'lieavily-onvUu! parents lor ariolhe I with tho-Ame lean forces Is down with pneumon In Camp Lewis.-II-ls hoped that Ea recover though. v'' From Beltlurrt Uerryessa, one time exl- 'ftof-bf the Raymond Hustler and em- ployee of tho Raymond mercantile "wiles linder the dale ot" Nov. somowhora" In Belgium'.- Speaking ..of conditions lii Belgium, Private Berry- cs3a says: "Thora Is no crime too nor- riblo. fqi- the Germans to commit against Just i. short distance from' licfe there arc five "men, ;woinen and children, brutally Wiled anu'lell unburlcd, elloiien- said." Another: "As passed town ot the streets were Ifncd with women and old, old nion on ihelr kneea offer- ing thanks .lo. .God (or their dellver- tncc, a gresl.'rnany or [hem wrapped fn rags to hide their nakedness." Oth- er things he'lella'are revolting; lie A shell hole written by one of his comrades: attention now men, you may join'- the refrain; And we'll toast brave boys' of the great western plain, treat. t'a mlied bunch of soldiers you'll find la tho 'hero's Canadian born, there's Swedes and there's YankH;