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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER inn LKTimmnGE tlAMTlijTpNjOiitHNovl Jlir t lit if iv i a flCfltrt HHtf lllllti iliiMi throe with a 1 weeks will be fl oclock llcpftit1 huonl Mores will bft allowed to remain open until nnrt aKnln from 7 1 at The death ate haa been heavy and nw 1 not find lime lo report FIRST HUL BWIHELD rirVtaerial bamiuot in history wart on an airplane XOO tfiflt now nylnn tho ITnltml Staler air mnll nervlco marking the InniiKiirntloti of n field an thn terminus of tho between Now 1hiladol iihln and A frw thn mft 1 Pinno in charKO of Pilot Max Millar oft tho lednt a big Hand ST dinner was served to Ihn propound notion of Ihe mail will have ivMri will a ton and a Ml of ami the post by inHlnuUonoj srhm o vnnmnl will HO will IP Hi rniyormly o accommodation haviim in Hall thn othor building already farm It is Iliil wll bo a roll of about 40 of whom will from IliP valescent homoH in Kdmouton and Canary and otbprs will probabb join the classes 5 From Los Angles A California boyEvans by wifli thn American Kxpcdiltouary forcpH In has wriuon to his parents In San cltno iii which ho tolls meeting Koch at range in I Mvans had Bonn into an old church lo have look and as hn stood P wilh barnd satisfying respectful a grey man w in I he eagles of a gimnral on ofbin shabby also enUieil thn I Only one orderly accompanied the quiet gray No KlUKnuB r no entourage I gold u were with him nobody but just ihii gray but WUH o sen him Kneel In tho minntes parsed until throe tcrs of an hour by I lie gray man from his Then KvaiiH followed him the tivet and was surprised to oOl Ili Hii UIHII in groat excite imd women and children slop their l racks with awestruck d now of i counts as Ihe of his During iho of hour tluct of a 11 11 10 Allied armies was on Ins knees m humble supplieal ion in that quiet ten thousand Kime were roar KINGS LETTEtt OF I THANKS TO SOMHKRS TTA11FAX N n King and Queen wan nted ovrrv ROldlor leaving for on Ihn which arrlvcl I It roads BitckliiKham Queen and I wish yon spned and a speedy return to hapiM nfiflB and Joy of home life an ly restoration to A Brntofnl mother couniy Inaiiks yon for faithful K U 8 SOLDIERS RETURN chief of announced today that the Cunard llrcr Maur which rtlbd from pool for New York last has aboard 165 offices and men of tho American includ ing 116 sick and The liner is due In New York early next j v THE CRUCIFIX l j By Rifleman Patrick Author of The v v Now what would be the most hor rible thliiK l hat has under yer rvis or occurred to yerself since tjie iv tho war aakd Hitleman who down across thn fieldM to take up Hie n our way out we cime across lyim dead on thn Held hiH bundle of papers mi dr ills arms and a through his It broke my heart to see him lying thorn and wimn Ihn boys came to know of wasnt a dry eye in Ihe trenches that iahey coiiRhcd and swallowed some Ill Hpudholf drew back of his hand across eyes and looked up Hie roof as if he bad sud lenly be interested in the blackened coil Mug Something glistened in cs Rifleman Frauen has paid for Ihn war in blood and said the up lo thn And with such enemy overrunntn Mm country it is nothin1 morn Mian the world can fx The am up lo md ihndiliir it is tlie Imtler thcy like it Take iho case iv the that ve capturrd from them thn other ril tell ye something about it I i would have lold ye Iv but Ihn ufc up there is bad enough without S adding to Hie horror iv Twas an idonthal 1 saw meself when none iv ivnlv0 near And it shows iye the kind iv beasts that we to off thn face iv be oarlii our iv war is an Twas whnn the village in our alvl we were nosin round lo pWwhat wni left b Ciahey I went into o all I hat was left iv a the top iv thn main because I heard a velliu milia murthcr as il some or another was stickin pins inlo thoback iv the poor 1 in be the door and I saw on a crucifix ii American engineers crossed thn front bridges between Luxemburg and i ilipnisch Prussia today various points on the American They examined the bridge piers on both of the river for but none Kwore The engineers went into individually and In and T reported the bridges in good iMsurr in beginning to become a tremen dous danger to says the Lokal in upon l he Bavarian premier in breaking relations with the Berlin forolRii of lieo A similar attitude is taken by the entire bourgeoisie and oven the Socialist Vorwacrts docs not ba HCVP that has taken the right road to assure the unity of the em pirn and obtain better peace negotia Merlin in con demns him as an obstinate H is declared that Eisner was born in and that there is sonio doubt about his German and this is intensifying the opposition i to him in some hat rOCKGU Wim I Millions of armed men crouched trenches or rushed across blood drenched earth Mils command gcn eralH and field tanks fought and 1 across thn map of Europe ah Uolutely as ho commanded them to rto and in no other as he wont into little church to Nor was it an unusual thing for tteneral Foch to There is no day he does not do the same thing if 1 there is a church that he can lie never fails to spend an hour on his knees every morning that be awakens from and every night it is the i it is not a new thing with He lias done it his whole 1 wards him with I bottle van he said lo the Then he looked two GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMERS Special Prices on and Horse Blankets Manitoba price Manitoba pnce JIJJJ Angora 1 black or white pnce White Duck Horse well each Clarks Foot Warmers at and A nice assorted stock of Team Trunks and Suit Jack Gloves and BUYING were connected with a Twas one iv the cruel things that could be done IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET OUR PRICES BEFORE Alberta Saddlery hi e ALBERTA PHONE 764 KIEV Via Amster dam The British cruiser accompanied by French and British torpedo boats arrived at Odessa on Adams withdrew candidacy for mayor of and announced that ho would support A Woman Marshall for NOBEL PEACE PRIZE MAY GO TO WILSON GRAND 29 A special cable dispatch to the Is or den in this city from Christuum ndlcates that the Nobel peace for 1918 may be awarded to President according to tho dis probably will be invited to visit the Norwegian coital in order ac ccpt personally the rhe Danish and Swedish governments also are said to consider extending an invita tion to BIG CARGO Cana dianAustralian liner Niagara sailed j from and is expected to reach here December 3 from Sydney and Auckland with a large list ol passengers and a capacity RAID RESTRICTED AREA police continued their raids on the red district In the afternoon five houses were visited and 45 pris oners Men If youre looking for the best in CLOTHES BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST CLOTHES Quite a combination of but we have the assortment and the clothes that will no matter what your suit or overcoat price may Suit to OCoat Extra Special Values Throughout Our Stock for Saturday Buyers Visit our It will pay was Spudhole a though kindhearted though Ho played a Jew s harp and kept tally on the rifle butt of those who had fallen to his hand in the Bowdv the other was of different Though lowset he had magnificent shoulders and mighty muscled He was one of the strongest men in the battalion as well as the modest Aiwa s Muslim ye Rifleman taliey often told And gottin so red iv faix that one could draw blood from u cheeks with the point iv a rush Gahev was an per of red but also fond of a fgIt The bayonet was his favorite in Fair elboy and the cold and theie nothin in the world beMer that when a soldier has to do his ht often and he meant what he Rifleman the redhaired Irishman was a magnificent Many things we have seen tie iv us since we put on the I Oahey continued when the of red wine vrM placed on tne botuc gooiVdUlanny tlmt well often talk the ruc Uoi s come to an end and things bad and awful that we bad better forget as soon as we There was one occasion when Spudhole won into swim in the La Bassee and when a shell fell on his clothes on Ue brougb and we had to carry linn through the village ol on A stretcher with nothin to nakedness bar a ground Ihere was a time when Bowdy saw a lum lar lyin out behind the trench and he crawled out under murderous rifle lire to br ng It in tblnWn1 that it was filled with rum but for all his trouble he found that the jar was one Then again there was a time when l crossed he bags in a charge and was FORCED to Get he Money that has happened to yourself Spud said Spudhole drawing the bottle towardshim and emptying a ortion of the red liquid into his glass was the worst thing that ap The 2 Ms UAROEST OF MEN WEAR HO emptitiii i no then placed it on the table and smack tell yer he said in a slow Twas when I was a roofcv in the start o the Twas in Albans where we weio our terrain fours and sal in hv 1 ad a pair o vvv boots and them pinchin me nVd I asked a mate wot I was ter o about ow was I to get a new air o Report says he Xnd blimey 1 was green nipper in them ays 1 and reported sick and seen the when o asked mo was wrong and I tell that I wanted a pair o boo s Pwas a bloomln sehenoozle in the M O s it but twas nothin o what it was when the battalion got 0 Vmr about It almost made mo it the way they carried saddest thine Ive known in the war was the case of a little French hoy named said Bowdy Ban ers He was a lively little youngster that we all and he used to come up to the trenches every evening and sell papers to That was m be fore tho line had settled down as it has Little Pierres mother Hv ad Ii I es and he worked hard making francs for the old Her 1 usband was dead and Pierre was her only But tho little rascal had he heart of a bet it aU snow or scrapiron it didnt mat er He was always in the trenches ut eight oclock iu ths evening sell ing the English imperil to tho men Then one night he didnt turn and we wondered what had was in the trenches at the and dnrUuuss fell 1 on of those All our Boys Overcoats Pants to be Sold at Cost Webought heavily and have the largest stock in Letnbridge to choose Every garment will be offered at Monday and Tuesday ONLY THAELL 608 THIRD JS PHONE 1160 THRIFT Be thrifty and place the products of your thrift where they will multiply and be AT ONCE EARNS AND rHE Government of the Province of Alberta Issue SWINGS in amounts trom upwards bearing Interest at 5 per SAVES V NEWSON Dernll I ruMiii e Parliament Alberta in each Send tor folder fully explaining the Savings fcate Plan or better mall your first Savings CertlflcatoB for the amount Will ho tor artea to you he aamo day the deposit la ;