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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 191� THE A'ETilBRiDGE/Daily herald BURDEn, BARONS, BRITISH-FRENCH i:i)MONTON, Nov 29.~Tl)e minis", t.er of health handbd out tho. following statement to the press at. noo^i today; The number of new caBC't re-portGtt yesterday jvere G8.' Total to date, 26,398. One place not heretofore heardi' fronil namely, McLenn^i M. D., reported f^UKcasos; ' / ' Ai to the South Practically everybody seems to be dbwn with the 'flu at Monarch. Krfikino closed Us hospital yesterday. ; At Hurdett late last night the conill-( tireakinK out again. Nine new casus I ware reported yesterday.' There Is ! R small hospital there witli two graduate nurses in charge. t i King AN eX-KlNG HARD UP Manuel of Portugal Forced to � Tak� Up With Trbek Parmine ' final triumphal campaign" of the allies, under the direction of Marshal Focb. Both nations, he added, had struggled for civilization and right, Ihrec-year | and had learned to appreciate each other. He lioped that tht. union of hearts and Interests resulting from the war would always aid to the maijitenance of peace. He^ paid tribute ,ito, France's heroic dead, and toirtW.iiVth.e'futfure happiness and prD8p,ei(ity'0f tlie French people. NEWPORT NEWS, Nov. 29.-With the lifting of the voluntary censorship it is now permissible to reveal that one of llie great super-dreadnaughfis authorized in the 1913 building campaign is well advanced in construction at the tlant of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dryilock company. The keel of the 3�,00ff ton battleship was laid after the courilry went'to wiir und, ill spite'of tho call made on this , year for 32 destroyers to fight the submarine, work on tlie big vessel has progressed satisfactorily. The hull has taken shape and probably, will be ready for launching within a f&w months. ; . , This monster man-ot-wav will niount ^ eight 16-inch rifles in four turrets on the centre line, two forward and two i aft, and naval officials believe that she ; will be the equal, if not the superior, of j _�____ .! \ *8hy warslilp afloat. Pour of these . ; ' . " - ships were'aulhorized and another is | LONDON. Nov. 39--Sir Roberf. Bor-to be built here and two by the Fore den presided tpday at meeting of Can- River .Shipbuilding , Quincy, Mass. Compaijy, at j adlan peace conference mlsaioni which fjvdlscuased important, suggestion* con-' nectedi^ith prepftratldns fqcr^tlie^peace conference and work ot i^e'.'Odhstal&ii trade mission.. .'Jever^l comni'lt't^s were appointed. XjatefV^Slr Ro'^t GIVES MEDAL TO WILSON ' WASHINGTON: Nov. 28. -Officialii of the ' Independent Order of .B'Nai ______ __________ _............. ______ B'Rith presented to President Wilson i Bordeit tvad in cot^eVenc^Witb HoQ^A'r today ):he,'Boia ra^dal awarded him by | J. BaKourand Sir Eflwjd wKempi. the society lasCr!!(>ctober as the man I It is expected F. Mlfffinson'will newaH and all arrears fully paid."  For obvious reasons tba Government insists that paiier shall be saved and projposes that only those whp pay fojr their publications fhall' receive them. Under these regulations the Herald Mrlll haya no choice in'the matter ot dealing Willi s'ubscjrlptlona Ip arrears lor avar ikxa� monthi. V There ate many oth^r ra-, strlotiona Impoied, but. this bne'iii th^ moat important, lliai^fare; between bow and the end of the year Tha Herald's aubscrlptioin list must be put on a jlald-, In-adrance baaia. In order ; to comply wlth^tha govern-. luantal order., [��'�We know thia,order will : be accepted aaa neceaaarv r^ault ot conditions with ; paper making industry. .We are all in honor bound to-carry out our share ot the conservation mdve-nient. So it you are in arjeara, please pay up at cnoo to' proyeat.a dlsootf ^ tini^ance of your: subscription/ Please do not wait ;.j for $� bill-simply refer to 'the''address laUel. t.l There is Time Yet In thesle-.daya cables/are laden :w;itii' more vltalinewa -thAttrie. personttl-affairs ot ao.unimportanti a persou. ap ex-King MAnuel, Of Porttjgnl, and it by the more lelaurely.roijte of ct)nri|,-pondencor that "wb'' reeelve-tldinga ^f-this dethroned monarch. The .Oistf land .l.ieaderi fij iresponsible for tiie. statement .tbftt'iWaiiuel and-his w;fe' have been reduced to the necessity, ijf raising fowl andrabbits and vegeiablee to eke out ah existence, thatthoy are really poor in the sense tfrat the ordih' ary person understands tho word, and not as it mlgh^t be applied among nion-archs. Those -who are grieved at this intelligence may be cheered by tlie further information that Manuel and his wife, who at one time were es .trang^d, are said to have been broftgbt closer together "by their misfortuues and find more happiness now than they did ill the days of'their grandeur. Siace becoming residents ot England their jpath has not been a pleasant one. Theiy'^ bought a obarmjng ten acre es;tft^f Fulwell; Park, -Twicken ham, .about"a;year before the war, anil for a time- had the,, entree 6t any society .the;^' desired, It is true that even then tbeywere not wealthy, a. retoncllert to the �tfeiyiOrd�r;i'of;>;governiiient, th^lr con-trfl�tttlorisrwii|l naturally decline, a.irt now^fBiCflfCf.suppos^a; toibave ceased. , .."WJiep OiefcW&r 'broke out the Ger->a'^ ^fllaUbnality ot,''>iftii�eI'| >lfe, toWfierlK, PfJncBsa Au�'4�t&i:e Vjctonii oJLTtobeazplWl'p, ^av^tsrf^.!0c^{'tHtt:e LWUnfelm of^'H'phaniiollfei'n. lieawhen two common British policemen arrested her because ot her neglect to regiieter'and alsol because, as an alien ^nemy born, she. was not permitted' to travel /more than five miles from her place of domicile. This exper tehee is said to hjive, exasperated the former Queen, who threatened to com plain to the government unless an apology was forthcoming, to which the courtly magistrate replied: "Where sdo you get that atuff?" or words to that effect, and the Princess hadi to register. It was at the height of the couple's unpopularity and .financial troubles that the Idea of ma.king money o^t of the "g^ese and chickens an4.' rabbits that they .had bought' to. ornament their home.-As a Germap, Victoria knew^ a' jgbod deal about geese, as a Portuguestf Manuel was verged in rabbits, and as a hard-up couple of refug-eos, they began to school themselves in the habits of vegetables, with tho happy resiiTta mentioned above. Eventually they may become successful truck farmers, and, of course, when 'thft.iwar ende-.'they yf.jlrbe able to re-oe�e Jhe idiyidends on'- the "German '--istifi^atS-'of the fprnir CineentVic-loria, sd'^that; if tfiey 'jl.hooseijthey can gcphtovfhe bitjslne'gs|jn!)r�(fcext^uslvely. Ttffeems certain, aotforain^ tb the ver-iaclouB chrcnlolisr In due Cleveland paper, that Manuel is all through with dilssipatlbns that are aaiii to have cost him his throne. It he still thinks about Gaby Deslys, his thoughts' aret likMy to take litigious turn, and. he spec-nlates as lowhUi'chance he w.'jvJt of, FraiK'i.s Bunnernian Reveals PafHot Who Did' More;l?han His Hit NEW-'VORKki Nd\ I'T. -Aniioimoe-meiit'.'WaB. made., kern toiiiKlit.nr tho .dcatfefiu �thisvcfty-' yii.'iioi-rtay' ot Fran-yis i^6ttniiermn^i^i:(lciil(.T in iniHtary goods aiJ'd-war^'^TrelicH. who believed kd/':thoroughly, -in. (he uur again.st Germany t!iat-l}e trifii 'lo douato his ontliu $1 500,00tt iilo 1 of military supplies {o Gr^tfJnifiii!. � Mr, Bft^inerm^ti'.oft'i'.R'cl iiiK entire stock,to tiOird 9!CJti 1 (I (�!' at. the be-giunijig of-theiwflr, Im; ilio offer was SMlinert' beciluse},. tljoiigb of Scottish lirlkiPj-che wu:^ .at- n.^tiiraliz(!d Anieri can *I/ater, brP/nJtinio lo.stalp that he wns-'an .Aju^tfe"" ciiizcn. he suc-ceedffl'In.'dona-or^. ' As Sir Adam,jfl4wed the situation, U would be useless'expenditure^or the hydro to build base lines of its own and electrify them if the Dominion government. Is going to