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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T NOVEMBER T1IK HFJULP TAGfc THMTREN Gallant Cetnaictiait 28 Wan ft ftMiMff uteamers on her from ends who tbrenfed the vicinity ot Among welcome tne returnltf wert Ills the of Nova Admiral cbmmftudlng and officer commanding the military eluded In the Hot of civilian which numbered is a party of mimes lies who afe on their way to They are all On Board Western by military dis on hoard are District 10 Nursing Sister Major Mon K R Brad shawi J District R Dor A H lS II J j DiBtrlct 13 Major W Waln G W Corbett and Camp the systematic sequestration or de struction of machinery in the French factories in the Briey valley Kiven by the correspondent at Briey of Le All stocks of merchan iron ore castIron and steel were first requisitioned by German inspec tors and the correspondent and 15 officers and 100 arrived to organize the destruc of ihe In the the exploitation oC the mines was kept in full swing Prisoners to the number of were put to wort with hardly any rest and uniler terribla lELfflM the No vember meeting of Canadian railway board of adjustment vicepresident of the Grand Trunk through illhealth found it necessary to resign his posi tion as much to the regret of the members of the vicepresident of the Order Of Railway the assistant to vicepresident of the Canadian Pacific being elected HISACTIVITIES connec tion With thatthe reslg natloVia of Or the German foreign and Mathlaii Erz another ifieVnber of the i are expected after the levere attacks made on them at in it Is stated In a Copenhagen mesa documents are to be published abowliw the activltlea of during the ear ly killed the iame on a f He was heavily shelled a German H UN MOVEMENT A Dominion minister of asr cm spoke nt leiiRtb before th an adian Council of Agriculture thla noi niiiB concerning the aiding of return soldiers In socurinK farm work and His suggestions wen ap provnd by the which has noi vet made an actual An moils back to thland nntiripaled with the return of the mn from Cmrar said of Ihe Natioivil Congress of was received by the council this Me spokM on matters dealinK with the work Ihe educational congress and askei the hearty of the connil in aRalstlnfj this NONEW PLACES REPORTEDTLU ALLEGED INSANE IOHT a wns lulled at one of tho Russell Timber company s lum ber He is allied to have at tacked several of I ho men with a knifo while temporarily m fliotiiiK a severe wound on one of the He also nttackod one of the camps who said to have killed him with a heavy An inquest will be BRITAIN TO GIVE THEM UP S a I of thn ministers today with I tnililary and naval it was1 spiniomclally stated that it hart been rifrrcid but llrltaln be asked to Ilvc up Hi two dreadnoughts under day The number of new cases report Vnslerdwy Total No now places Only 12 places lhat had already rnportRd report new i provincial board yesterday 1 iviihiiiptv the Mowers il had Rlvert to TUrCr in part HiNtUubU V two f IB arhasag 6HSUm IIILUL i In the wholB norlheaatern part ot the province the provincial board GunnanAuB withdraws any power given is all tin Hungarian and iTiiniiiils for Hit piiriiose of spcuriim iheir coopiralion in tun publication of liplomatii documents and I in iin investigation inlo ihe responsi Ibllitv for ih conduct of the th j Vienna cornapondnnt of the j sclie I Reeiil revilntloiis Ihe lo tin ffnol thai former Km inevor Charles recently drawn 1 crowiiR oh the army vhile involving Archduke Frederick and other high officers in connection with army contracts are also to looked into the provincial hoard has KO far as all rural districts an to allow the schools open just as soon as they pon sibly to the that people may iBflawny from Hie ilea of the fin and may got Hack to normal condi lions Teachers the present time ihavn n happy Knack of not overwork iing pupils under certain clrcumaWic 1 esami tho board thinks can make tne two work so light and HO interesting I Hat It be to all the children where they can safely allowed to Getting the Prices Lower For Our Friday and Saturday Sale whic means a saving of from 25 to 50 per to NAPOLEON AND WILLIAM New York Times that William intended e nbanuTOed W army was short liv ed whose reigning sovereign wis a offered a tempting asy Internment was better than ar the Kaiser resnonsible for murder on high the permit bad and if bis departure wou b P Bleached Sheeting Worth Sale Price 43c Heavy Pillow Tub Worth 47c 104 Bleach Shcetng Worth Now the He could not hlmadf to follow who from retreat in the Maitland had orders to fugitive Then it was that the ex Emperor dictated the letter to Prince Regent and made to board the 10 and agree iidence and It is rather curious Corfu as well as was I IHcussed as a lifelong retreat for Nothing but an SVould so near would be tQ condone Itcan never lie said Of career what Holland Rose bis said of Napoleons The man bridled the Revolution and re I molded the life ot who laid I broad and cteep tii foundations of a life anu the westMn qn thc east in the greatest movement cinrp Hie ana nn v drew thoughts of myriads to ttttii solitary rockIn the loutli must ever stand in very forefront of the immortals William can be nlvin his Grey Flannel per yard Grey Flannel per yard36c M Pure Lintii ntw per yard Pure Linen Tabling ine ng letter to the Prince Expoaed to the factions which distract my country and to the en mity of the greatest ol I closed liiy l like tp throw myself the hospitality of the Brltiak 1 put myself under the protection of their which I claim from your Royal as most the moat and the most generous of Has the Kaiser thought of exile in the UnitedStates H was in Uie mliid of Napoleon after his He planned a voyage America sought a permit from the British Gov To the cruiB ing between the ialanda of Oltron and cause it was remote in stormy and all the were It may be recalled be fore Captain Maitland set sail St Helena with MB renowned captive a utHe attempt was made to a from tlur Cjour ot Kmg B in a trumpedun suit for which was wanted Gold Wherever you see Gold Soap resting on a grocers shelf near other laundry soap you will notice that Gold Soap cakes are Five cakes of the Goldl are as large as six of the Qold Soap is unsurpassed in unequaled in quantity at the Hence you save money when you say Gold Soap to your GeM SMVI in Gambit Facioriet Canada JS If William to be brought before accus fng the defendant would have in an Kings i Rail ashamight at bis imlrisonnient on had beeu at Ensland bad totreatylilmns a prisoner of tho Allied and that tins de tention was approved in a convention Higned on Aug iatod Powers engaging to appoint tho custody of ttie Hlustrfoua enemy of On I iuly before saw the shores of England tmiraltv LoriV in mandatPlymouth exhibitedto him a purport of that to insure the f Europe bad violated from his retreat in Tfihn he was to pass his remaining 1 faysinst HeLia1 Peace with him would be only u Alexander of RUM u had told pleading before tho first abdication for tho basis of the old with Napol eon promising good Exile to Elba had been insisted but even exile had proved a The cases of Napoleon and the lor mer German Emperor are parallel n some in others not If Wil liam II has uofbpen a great he has been the cause of far more bloodshed and wnicn no have prevented by refusing to exercise hia war Uotli Napoleon and William planned to not up a vust em to dominate iho Napoleon nadp war many tlmeK to realizn his iunbitlon William thought to accom nllsti his object In one desolating con flict He failed Ignomlnloualy and after falsely professing b m elf a friend of peace for twentylive Military glory makes no halo around the head of Hewas not a hero to bin own for he Bhunned the perils of the Ho has not been distinguished us a legislator nor as an He Uas had no conception of human His mental qualities are Posterity will regard more re sponsible Hum any other human being for the sacrifice of millions of lives in the warns a nllel have been beneflcont and but attempted to destroy the of i i tIk of rniiitt kill British Soldier Close Enough at British cav William was bidden four years in Le Cateauby a French villager and his Fowler was cut off when Smith Dorriens its and at Le Chateau on August He was given up us On October when the Brit ish entered be Cateau again they found Fowler still j A British officer furnishes this story of the remarkable case Fowler was discovered ill and dy ing of starvation in a wood called Bots de near the village of BeLouis Hie who found took him Bar ouins bouse consisted ot only two rooms and a but he and his wife agreed to take the Ibey hid For a long time the loft was oc eupied as sleeping quarters for fifteen And for this reason for two months Fowler was concealed n a small where he could just sit He could get out to stretch only at great when the Germans were not around for the Fur ii another lie lay under a tho centre of which bud IIPMI hollowed i Again be stood in a deep hole under ihe sliiis basket of ItUiiK over Thn Germans to come and steal the j Itii prolcitors had only scant tions for but they never i ed Fowler get Ills A corporal wlio escaped detection after being uu off with Fowler was later out and ordered to dig owu I grave and neither Bar uuiu nor liis wife were 1 Finullv the woman was removed Tnim the She has never boon heard of Barquin is dy iiic ot i liul when British soldiers tried to thank him BavinK their hsaid There la nothing to thank mo I was too ill to and 1 to do my Pure Wool Englith worth now yard iSineh Pure Linen Crash per yard 3Oc Extra Heavy Crash yard 2Oc Any Coat in the Store Reduced Price Cloth or Plush fur brim med for Cloth or Plush trim med or plain for Cloth or Plush good Vetour Cloth big range of styles Tweed or Cloth variety of shades and styles for Plain Tweed oa sale BOW at Rock Bottom Clearing Prices on Fur Coats Dark Canadian Rat for Finest Canadian Dark Rat Coats for Full Furred Dark Rat C coilar and cuffs for Best Hudson Seal richly lined for Splendid Rat Coat with hesl beaver collar and cuffs tor M CAMISOLE SPECIAL Very dainty silk witii pretty lace pink and BOUDOIR CAP SPECIAL 75c Bonoming styles in laca nnd not ribbon colors maize and OLDER curious fea ture of the census of oversells soldiers taken by the department of soldiers and civil reestablishment to ascer tain the number willing to take up farm IK that the average age ot soldiers wishing to settle in west ern provinces is higher than Uie aver ago age of tho men wishing to settle in the eastern prov ince having the highest average Is British where nearly all the wish to be The greatest of stylisli good quality Kcrr poplin dresses wo ever shown and prices that cer tainly Serge Dresses to Taffeta Dresses to DucheM Satin Dresses up to Silk Poplin Dresses up to fo WOMENS KITCHEN DRESSES llnes lines Boxed Handkerchiefs for Christinas WATSONS FAMOUS UNDERWEAR of every kind for Complete range of A Big Assortment of Ladies Sweaters Under White worth O AA Coat worth A AA for IfceVW Coai SweikteW worUi A for women and son Limited v ;