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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta F11IDAY, NOVEMJlKn M, 1D1S 110 DAILY KEfiAU) PUJE SEVEN 1 MARSHAL FOCH MAN OF fr GREAT DEVOUTNESS j OUBO KUZAUUTU, K. J., Nor. TJio (I'rom Angeles A California by wirjj Ihn American Kiiieilitlouary forLea IirKraiiccj ILJIS'rcc'omly written I KING'S LETTER OF who went down across Ihe fields lo I THANKS HALIFAX, N. B., Nov. m-foro (lie JicM, hh bundle of pancra under oiubarkallon In Kngland, n. Idler Crom his linns atid a Imliet ihrougb. his bead, tlio King and Queen wan uregi-nleil lo u broke my hunt lo sec iiliu ovcry Boliller leaving lor Cauiidu on Lbore when tins boys came to know ro yes riret aerial bJiuiunt In btsl'dry wan tetter lo nla naroiitB lu SMI liernar- stage.! cm an SOD ftai'flbovo which he Lolls oi mecUiiB Gen. for ihroc woeU with u turco llie new tlylntt oJ the Uullci! at closu range ,Jn trance Intermission, will ba closod air innll fwvlcc hero Kvans haJ.gono Into an olj diurcli aln at C o'clock tonlt'M. Oepait- day, marking (He Inauguration Or Mo liavii a look at It, as lio stood muni Klcrea will lie allowed lo remain llio tfelJ na DID Icrmlnua ot tho norlal Ihcre wdh Urcil lieatl, natlsfyine Mi i npun until 4 p.m. and again from 7 iorvicB between New Yorn, Fiiiiadel- resyuclful cu.rlosUr, a erey man w Hi In 9 o'cloc-h at nlgM. Tlioatrcs. chur- pjila, ant] Washington, tlio eagles. of .u -general oil ILe collar j dies anil schools will lie closed mid all. A few mmuies after llic ruail piano, of bis shabby, uniform, aho onlcreJ ii: s.-ilbcrJngs banned. The death In rlmrco of Pilot Mar Millar, left .the clmrch. I IK-J been lii'avy aurl IHT.V cases iho Meld al I'M p.m. a big Ifondioj'r owe.orderly accompanied the1, fjro developing so rauUlly tlii doc- paiRO machine rose, under control ot uulul Bray .man. No filiucrlng atatt 'OL-.S c-au not find Ihnc lo report them. Cant K. B. Walter, of the 'Royal of no eiiluuraKC of gold la cud ['Flying force, and dui-iue a ot -nWos weie vvltti hitir, uo'oody but i Q2 minutes JiJjovc (lie grounds a real orderly. dinner was Eerve'd to] iivans piiid small attcnllun al first liilnu persaai. llie man, liul curious to Sii'c.Tkinc of the proposed nation- sec him kneel (11 the church, praying. tvlile extension o( tbe mail service, Tho minutes NMECM! unlit three quar- Cant. Llpsner sftlil; lcrs of an hour hud gone _by will have machlnrs wbk'li I will carry ft ton arid a half o[ mall, I mid tlaya o( and iKirrcl po.st by airplane are coming." tlio Aquitanla, whlcli arrived Ii lenlay. It reads: "Iluclclnehttm I'alacc, 1PIS; "The'Queen and'( wlsli you and a speedy return n h (Jo-1 1 ness and Joy ot home life wJlli an restoration to health. "A grululul molher 'country thanks )'ou for faithful services. (SiEiieJ) It. I." U.'E. SOLO1EH6 RETURN Nov. March, chief of tUff, announced today lhal the Cunarii llrtr Maur. ctatila, which lali-jd from Liver- pool for New York'lsct Monday, has aboard 165 officers and wen of the Amerlcao army, includ ing 116 sick and wounded. The liner Is due In New York early next week. o[ Hj lUci'tj wuKii'L a dry oyo iu the trciu'lie.s ilin'. Galley congticil ami swallowed soitio- IhliiK. Kimdholit ilrew (ho tack of bls liaiid iu-j'osi bla eyes mid looked up at lljo roof us If lie had sutMonly to- come In (ho Wackorwd cell- tut'- Somtthiiig fillateiiod jn oye as lie glunccd ;it lllllcniau fjalicy. "Frances fias paid for Ihc war Jj'ood und (ho JrJ.--Iimm. "I'auJ uj> to Die hlli, Antl with Buth enemy overruniiin' Hit; country It Is nutlmi' incira than lhn_ world can ex- jioci. The Jerry are up lo imylhliiK, an-! Ihe di'lior It ]A tlie better limy like it.' Take tlie case iv Ihc village thai we rajilured from Them ibc oditr.ilay, anil I'll toll ye something about It. I would have lohl yn iv it afore, 1ml the t- N'ov. for Ihf .-JBilcultural of I Eolilier.T, urilfr the srhfiin bptwocn liie j-tivcmnicnt and The Universily, open Dec. 9. They will lie Iicld at Hie University ot Al- licvhi, accommodation having hern! provided in I'eriililna Hall ami some of! the othei1 liuildhigs already used for I I farm instrQction. It is expected will he a roll of iilionl JO studenls, most of-whom u'lll corm> from the) ronv.tlescenl homes in Kdmpnlini mid Calgary and olDrrs will Join Iho classes during the winloi-. the gray man utme from bla 'i'liuri i'vitcm JiiiH Ihc1 ami suvprlscil lo ECO Jaol- jdiers Ibis man hi great txHie- iiml women and children slop- jiJiig iji ilitir ivaeks with awe-struck Uiicos as he jinked. j I II was Koelj. Ami now Fvans, oi: ,-_. tonuls llie oxiiciicnce ns "Now (lhe ut lifi1. rihle ihliiR Uiat Ii THE CRUCIFIX (By Rifleman Patrick hUc Author of Crest Push, Etc. aildjng (o the hurror Jr il. 'Tu'ns an J action (bat I sjw mesell wbcji none Iv' yp two were jjear me. And It yojbo kind iv beasts lhal have to off the face Iv the enrth afore our Joli Iv Is an ctulr j when the village was in our' i hands iiii-l no were noain' round lo V wbat was IcfL be the Jerra.'1 Gahcy f t j continued. "I went Inlo the. church, fr. v v vv v v or !hat Wfls lejt lv, [t al tho top Uc the most hor-1 ,v illc ,nahl stroDti f heard 3 Durin. the tKrcc-quarlcr. of au cycSj nr'occnrrec. to ySXc niurthor as If hour thai ibc of all the beelnnltr iv tlio HiflL-nian Allied armies was on lita knees fnloulioy, U.C..M., fixing, a' rontcjuutatlve hutnble aupnllcatiou In Uiat OI, cmiHy botllc in front nl thurcli, ten (liousaml uerc roar-; him UIPII on his lie sign- al woril ImiidrcU hills DKRMX. N'ov. Klsucr thai rocked with iloath, Ss Ijcxlnnlne to become a trcrnen-1 Millions ot annctl men crouchca .__........v tjangc-r to Iho trenches or rushed across blood- warJs him with Lokal AnwlKer. In .comiaciHIng upon drcnehetl earth al Ihln command, t-d, put Ills hand In lil.-i tunic poek- ct, drew out a nvc-Iranc noto. hccfconed (he patronnu oi and boity or another was slickln' pins info {tho bunk ii' tlifi poor I ilu be (lie door and Tsaw on a xl (Jio side Iv HID altar tbe jioor cat lied wjlli.wires bo Ihc Jcrrya and a of our own men cvillln' the wires lo release It. And just as I carc to- tlie Wi10ie lot, men cat and trji.-ger jthc Mavjrlaii premier In breaking oil crals and liclil nrarshals, artillery, 1 relations wllb Ihc Ucrlin TorelKn englncerE, tanks fought and -lice. A similar attitude Is taken by wrought across llic map of Kuropo ab-dnalca again. I llie entire bnurgcolse press, and even soliUely as he coinrnandccl them lo u'ilh liim, his losora friends, 'the Socialist Vorwacrts docs not he- do, and (11 no other manner, as lie' whom lie had (ought, slept and eale: A bottle van he .latil to the Then ho-looked at his two They sal at the table Hcvc that Kisner lias taken tbc right i went Into that little church lo pray. I I NTor was .U .an unusual Ihing for fleneral Pocli lo do. .There Is no day road lo assure Iho unity o[ Ihc nirc and nblaln hcLlcr peace negctla lions, for niaiiy years. One of these rucn was Spudnole Dubb, a Cockney, virile tliongh small, Jilnd-hearled thoush rnls- lhal lie docs nol do Ihc same thing 1[ j cblevous. Ho played a Jew's harp _ The ncrltn press in general con- Ilioro Is a church llint he can reach. I kept tally on the ririe hull of those crucinx, wc-ro blown Into Ihe air, tor tho wires wero connected with a mine. JTivas one iv the most cruel things lhal could be done. Tlirco sins in one it was, desecration o? God's bouse, cruelty to animals, and murder. And Hint's tlio get lv Ihc enemy we'rn up, against, the dirliesl mob iv men that ever wore placed OQ this world." GOOD NEWS FOR Special Prices on Rpbes and Horse Blankets Manitoba Robes, price......... 515.00 Manitoba Robes, 54x72, price 516.00 Angora Chapps, No, 1 black or white, price White Duck Horse Blankets, well made, each Clark's Foot Warreers and A nice assorted slock of Team Harness, Trunk's and Bags, Suit Cases, etc., Gloves and Mitts, tents. IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING Alberta Saddlery Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE rtcmr.s him as an Qlistinato drsamer. He never fails to spend an hour on his declared Hint 'Eisner was born Knees uvory morning thnt hfi aivak ad [alien to his hanil in Iho war. Henners, Ills oilier 5 Al ,3 declared inai ivas oorn HIUHUUB L.HH liowav neiincrs, tus uuicr ujau, eneineers crossed Hie front- in anj nut there Is some from sleep, and every night it is the Of diMcrent But. Though low-set he bridges between LusemburK and abo'ul same. lllienlsch Prussia today at various aod Iliis is the oppoillioii Moreover, it is nol a. new thing U'ilh had magnificent shoulders and mtghty- .'Iiolriis on the American front. They the bridge nlcrs on both Is.Sldes o( tho river tor mines, but none tound. The engineers went Into. -lOerniany Individually and In pairs and {reported the bridges In good condition lo him In sonic quarters. ALLIED WARSHIPS ARE AT ODESSA KIEV, Nov. (Via Amster- dam) Tht British cruiser Agamemnon, accompanied by French and Brltlih torpedo bcals arrived at Odessa on Nov. 26. NOBEL PEACE PRIZE MAY GO TO WILSON Mm, Lie had done It Ms whole life. BIO CARGO Alderman S. IT. Adams withdrew- his candidacy tor mayor Olid annonncerl that be wontd 'eupijort Alderman II. C. Marshall for mayor. VICTORIA, Nov. Cana- an-Australian liner Niagara sailed GRAND yOUKS, Is'. D., Nov. from Honolulu, and If. expected lo A sjieclal cable dispatch to Ihe Nor- reach bore December 3 from Sydney iiinirfen in Oils city trora Cbrlstlaiiia and Auckland a large list of indluatos that the Nonet peace prize passengers and a capacity cargo, for 1918 may be awarded to President Wilson, who, according to llio dis- patch, probably will oe Invited to visit tho Norwegian in order lo ac- cept personally tbe prize. The Danish antl Swedish governments also are illslrlct yesterday. -In Ihe ailern said -to consider extending an iuvlla- houfcs wore visited and 4r> liou lo biiii. loners lakcn. RAID RESTRICTED AREA Along, Men If you're looking for the best in CLOTHES BEST WOOLENS, BEST DESIGNING, BEST TAILORING, BEST VALUES, BEST CLOTHES SERVICE. V '..I J v ..Quite' a'corhbiriation of bave'the assorlment and'tlie' (hat- will please, no' matter your- sbit oi- overcoat price may. Suit Prices, tb muscled arms. He was one of the slronyest men In tbe battalion, fla well as (he most, modest. "Always hlualiin' j'c IHfleman Cabey oflen told him. "And gelHn1 so red iv face that onc coulil blood from yer cheelis with the point iv a rush." i "Gabcy was an fond, per- haps, oC red wlnej but nUn fond of a fight, The bayonet was his favorilc ,weapon In bailie. field, elbow [room, and the cold sieel, and there's 'nolhin' in the world ueiur limn, that when a soldter has liis lie often'said, and.lie meaut what ho said. .Nov. 29.--The police Rlffeman tbe red-hairpd Irishman was a magnificent fighter. Ihhnki.1' Galley the r [bottle of red wiiic V.TJB the J laljlci. Ihali 'we'll oftcu talk Iho ruo- lions come lo an tint and IMnga bati and awful th'at we Forget as soon, as We tan. -'There was one OL-caaioV when SpiiJIlola went into la Hie La liasseo an'a when a cnell fell on. his clothes on tho brough and we had lo carry him ae Tillage ot Gorro on a stretcher willi nolhin' to hide his nakedness liv a ground sheet, fhfre FORGED to Get Extra Special Throughout Our Stock lor Saturday Buyers Visit our slore. It will pay you. "2" McGUIRE LAR6EST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR KIRKHAM SOUTHERN ALQERTA. OCK was a Umo.wlien Dowdy saw a rum jar lyin' out behind tbe trencb nnJ lie crawled out uml'cr'murderous rifle fire to bring il in, Uifnkin1 lhat It was filled with riim; but fov all :hls (rouble lie tbund lhat the jar was ail empty onc. Then again there was a lime when I crossed (lie bags in a charge and was goin' for a German through the mud whet I fell, and all I could da to bate tho man oft was to use one hand llirowin' mud in his face. But I got the belter iv my man and chased back. These things wore, the height iv tun, but there are olher Ihlngs that makei yer heart bitter with haired against llio Jerry, Many things iv this kind we've all seen, but what was the worst? What was the worst thing liinl lias happened lo yourself Spud- said Spnnhole drawing thl bottle towards" him and emptying a portion o[ Ihe red liquid Inlo his glass. "Wot was llic WOTS! thing that 'ap- pcncd to -Ho cmplied the glass at one gulp. Ibcn placed It on the table anil smack- ed his lips. "Well I'll tell he slid In a slow voice. 'Twas when I was a rooky in llie start o' the tloorain' war. 'Twas in St- Albans where ff-e were doin' our formin' fours and sal- ulln' by numbers. I Tad a pair o' civvy bools and lliem pinchln' mo j 'orrid. 1 asked a male wot I was ler do about il. 'ow was 1 lo gtt a new 1 pair boots. "Report says he. And biiiney I was green nipper in them days, f went and reported sick and yer should 'RVC seen the M. O. when 'c asked me wot was wrong and I tella 'im that 1 wanted a pair o' boots. Twas i bloomlu' schenoozle in Iho }f. O.'s room, il was; hut 'twas nothln' (o'wliat it was when the battalion got to 'ear about II. 11 almost rnado mo desert, it aid. Ihc way thoy carried on." saddest lliing I've known In (ho war was Ihe case ot a lllllo French boy named said Dowdy Ban- ners. "He was a lively little youngster we all liked, and he viscil to coma up lo'iiie Irenchcs every evening and sell papers lo us. That was in '15, be- fore the lino had settled down as it hr.5 LltlJe Pierre's mother Mr-; cd In Prcbls, and he worked bard making francs tor. the old woman. Her husband was dead and Pierre was her only child. But the lllllo rascal had the heart of a lion, tel It blow, rain, hall, snow br scrap-iron It didn't mat- ter, lie was always In the trenches al eight o'clock In the evening sell- ing (ho Knglish pipers lo tho men. Then onc ntebt he didn't turn up, and we wondered what had happened. I wa'j In llic trenches nl the lime, and d.-irknESS fell I was bee of (hose theM oney All our Boys' Suitls, -Overcoats Pants to be Cost We-bought heavily and have the largest '.stock in Lethhndge to choose'from. garment will, be offered at cost. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday THREE DAYS ONLY t TWO STORES 608 THIRD AVE. S. 316 FIFTH STREET 3. PHONE 1160 THRIFT Be thrifty and place the- products of-yoitr'thrift where they will and be secure. AT ONCE EARNS AND SAVES! W. V. iVEWSON IVtl'-Wr Parliament Building! Edmonton, Alberta rHB Government ot the Pfovlncaof AlbcrtA Issue SAVINGS Certificates-In amouiita from ?5.0J upvranls bearing Interest at 5% pcrannum. Wtthdrawal3 mar he maao ttmo ty torward- ing ivhlcli. cheque, with accTUCil Interest, will be sent by return mall. Interest Is compounded the 1st or January" and 1st o! July in each year. Senrt for folder tully explaining Ihe Savinss. CertiC-. tcalo plan, or littler sllll. mall your [irst deposit. Savings Certificates for tho -amount will bo (or- warded to rail the same day tho deposit la received.- ;