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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '.v*.'jrv. mm ----^- ALBERTA DENTIST PIONEER AIRMAN Dr. "Bill" Greene Was First Man to Carry Two Passengers in the Air. MADE FIRST FLIGHT >Jt Wrights Got Credit, and He \ Quit-Now Working at Washington. R' T*r TV. C. A. MOFFATT. KCrAHPTNG the Important rn th.it h.is hern nn ->,,r i>y I nrriir-! n r. r. Il-rre h .1-- jiove r hr* .1 a  h'tiht but that the "Father �.f .\\ ..n" fnr th? rnct f:v;r yr.i h^�n R rpyM.vi* of !.:,> 1 ir.hm IRISH CONVERSION Sir James Campbell, One of Ulster's Chief Leaders. Accepts Home Rule. :a great sensation Was for Mi of the Nation;1 P.v.ty. IMtte list � **v�At J. \\\ \ - V, : �J.iihV ftvy t V it !� kr,iMv;i W,:ir,.n Urtono. :> o.l to b.-� tho ' '� *~ n!r, b;:t t'-. .1^9 ;t....  f the f.irr:o-:-\ 1  ir-1 t1.* o.i".' A'hcrtl r.::>' try M !�.. P 1' S.. v. it1, wl: . : ?01. WAII.^. ! QUITS i^K .r 4 � JOYCE KILMER HAS PAID PRICE World Is the Poorer for the Loss of a Very Gallant Gentleman. A POET OF THE PEOPLE "The White Ships and the Red" Was His Best-Known Poem. .ast oi li J�>Y� K1I.M1CK, "no of the most popular of American poets of the people, has made tho supremo sacrifice fur his country's cause, being killed In notion in l-'ia in ( Tho world Is the pooror for t'n' !.>:>* .if n very gallant trcntleman and :i poet who nrvpr wroto a lino that was nut pure, nii'l rwect, and elean. llefnro lln enlisted ho Hi.' poetry edilor of (ho Literary I -go-it. In hi:! memory the Now Vorlc with which ho htnl n long and connection, pnl'llnhort (hU Sergt. Joyce Kilmer 'I'llll.V Clo-i. IHlflTl ���� D: . 1 � .IDVCI-. k1i.mf.ii. Hy Kl.^A IIAIIKKR. I'lii' xiiii.iis of n nation W'00)1 n:i 0110 uoiil thin ilny. tho! rhild-lionrtcil coinrn'lo H:i-: ^nnu Hio initriot's wnv; o 111 Kin'. Xow n I'lioiilnliproil J'j-nni earn his wronih of liny. tjrcnc.T. .ioycm Kii,Mi:r:, p.ire.iJno'.ii:h'. ar..1 Wi'.'-'ir ] Wright were conducting t;..>!r tirf.�i i-xpcrlmcatt �atS Curt!?' wa� �a. 11 -loavorlng to dcvli* a biph.no tV.at | � would balance In the air. I>r. WT.l.ani I . '"�reena waj worklns a!or.p nnre | practical linei than either. l.'-ir:ir at ! . the time troaaurer of the Anier!.-.in | .' Aviation Society end cncagc-l :r. �" ir-T� tr�m J. j * . M-ircan: 5 >. .'.:�.'pr">-nt-.t In h;> | , !c.-n, ho niaii- V-.s -.\'.i:-' to Ciii-j j,.Ja Incognito ar.-l as p'.a.n L'r. Oroor.e | ' >.-: hlmielf up" In Alberta. T..�r� | 1 !.-- "proved up" oit a hemu'tt-ad. prac- j ' t:s�d dentistry, and in his spare n-.'-mentl worked out niou-r-bva'. -le- � � fi'y : *icn.�. !  : "' , "f A-. was his Jnfnti.iti. t!>; d--. tor i iih.-rfy. ami dropped out of tho avl.it'...a world J l.v.i-i t>� put both as an tttpt-rt ami as an author- 1 lar. An utt Hy, and hod It r.ot b.-vn :;r �ic-.v Leader c;f Viclorica:, Fi;?! Army ii- n..h;; !!� ; � v.h �� i' . .\ '�i :�:. H: ;, h ha-,.- - !'���  .; ,� ;ti..i Wot.it. - i i -1 A  ' - .-1 Mill - ; .o f anil ' ���� ^-ll .- 1..I-- i -ils. an,! - .| :.>. -t.i'1-liii^- i :i a is- i:-itl|s ' ! it i -- r--l;on. i' * :- W l with I  ' to pray, oni'ii "lih sto.-uly flame o liBht him on his way. U i. A -pt- 1.1- �1 l.Ulo.l Will ti- ll-, tile I \\ k--ti .-o\-i o ,-,-irtu- homo th : lllps Slii*vt'-l \s ith the movini; tidr- 'J'lii- spi-rfial s).-ips ho \l^iouod W'aslioil clean and jtlorlfied. ;t | T. n olio rod siiip sinks deeper ^ i !iof-aiiso of hint who died. I r- rhaps tho host-known- poem ol ' - nt Kllnior'.i is that ho wrof ^inkini;- of tho T.nslianin io Hhips and tho I'.or!.' i-i-iii-i."Iiioo h-:r� tlio la-it tlirc- ATTACK, ATTACK, ALWAYS ATTACK! General Mangin's Idea About War-Ruthless Energy, Implacable Will. "W whin.' fi .. r.\KI.-'. A.. ':T. K are KoitiK to no o a ,:rii-oral." fulli Do- nffn-.-r of t llo rent I'.i lii-ra 1 staff as i'..llilU'-f i iu; a diplomat fiom lai il'i'l-lay ulolli; tho battl.-- ii,- | .-i I... Mini - ill-, "�!/, I Wo I ;-ta:..t is; t hi White ; d.t> i I'm-; w.  t" An Attack on Parncll o in a st th-1- tl-N" itii ... .1 .>! - The Punishment of the Kaiser illlr; wiutb*ih,.s am. tiik 1,:,. I i>> Jo\ci-; kii,mi:u. j I n.,t forth to f,.,ttIOi | i irrli ,1 fri.-nillr in.-n, I ' o- .'in,tiro,, piaj-,.,1 Mliuut ,,,- ,,0(.ka ! J,w",n,7' inir-and tho,,'- ! \ , "f,""""' '"'�"''"'I -Hi-at'lot. And n.-ivon hid its faoi" | -1 op world that or,.,,!,.,! it Is ultOKether likely that 'would have courted thU comparative o'J-j and Itry^n and \\ scurlty until the end. The entry of , i,;--t- t.t .!.. r 1. . I ..  r-::t-  .-.t:,.r per: .-...;!> nr hy lott.-r c-r by . l--;t t-. i-r.:.^ th-- - t. ,r':'v :r.-� t i i:i i ,f,-,\y v. ith n to foroiitn peoples r, ;.. a! rili.t � roh ?-.'�� i.-:;*:.�:-J. ttj.- -\ : - a--; of our day. hac ;.-�-n th*' brink ��f his ru\tv> !::.�: v.'n, it nifro ];ypocrii-y? To \ts th.it �";1,,|:,'-j� jj,)f'^ rd \V)lllni?don, has decided to �ell his Eastbourne estate ref.-.alla a rather neat retort be once .made. Ltidy 'WilllnKdon'fl brother, Mr. T. A. Hrassey, was M.F-lf. of tin, famous Eastbourne puck, ami one dny, owing to the death of a local landowner, the question arose as to whether it wollld be quite decorous tr. David Jayne Hill, :-,-an Ambassador to has been Interpreting �"-"�>-- �f nii.-.t in loililiii wa.-- t r., nsforri-'l lo^'.hy lino-." I.oiidoti, .."ri.-,!,-s Itii-otll. \.-lio hi.-e anie i 'ph.. K a I � e r � -, a 11 i-i's t a nib' (ho power a i;reat advocate tb.-n l.ord fbief f ,,,. ,., 1,,I,.,>,,,,ic actor over tho .Tu.-t!eft and a rrer. and Sir lalwardi . Carson, who a!:-,, |,-it Dublin poor, l..it S ">:ivs of ,,l:,,h He has Known exiiot-tusiied into a ,.n-;o ptactlco and iir- I ly how roliahio were his military | i|iuri-ii a larrto fi-rtuii.. In London. Ills | i,.,.,i,.|-s ami li,-- military maclilne, for ' " ho niailo them. Ills Kcnerals were la - a !o:iKlletlo. Other illsli hrirrlstriH i, the MnKllsli law on its d Irish hands e,l In !.!� not -ti- the inothoils ot daily thou : tialn- illltS. Too Old to Transplant CA.MI'UKMi, in '1-",,'aa!!-,!:, tod: Iho ttrave .st, p ,f ),-ai-lnc. Ids | profession In liiliuol. but n. run of 111-'lurk, which had pursu-d him fur sume \-ears seeno-d d.-stino-.l tu i-oiitiinii II,- v. ii - too obi lo I,.- 11 .. i..-pi.i lit.-d ami was in the depth., ol' do :p iir. Iii no country or no pr>n are i-e.il.i' o and ii.-'...llliiUlr; e-.mois of , at I lie 1 |-|.4|, Slltc-ptibio of oroi ;�;:, but !, -peraia.ied. :t ho has so oftt i , peace and his 1 receiving and obeying people, had still to he .-. for that reason that boasted of his love of ive of Clod In language Tliu-- Wo -b.f.,:o ip .nit.-lent to 'loop;- - .,.] first l.;.-U. tin- -a-  v.'omli r- . Atioth-r >-u.-t i, 1 - �dv n-rom.- rr'.o, out for vengoance: I blow th.-it s. nt ,,ie hero aini.-il in iiuu. .\jv ,iVi,s ICream ila> r.-ainod J.-hovahs ear N';t ail the sever, oceans Snail wash away th.- stain-l a I-1 ,.n- Ui,u i,-,...,r 1 am th,. brand ot Ca- a crown ,i. "I'l i .- ip .ti li-! wi'I biokea help. I "Is lake th" tir.t man arms a hut t li-- :-tl  t, eui-niv at,- With lo.l's p.l vin.-od that y,,ur fu oijiial tho. e of tho p;,-:t :ind pi,"fnt." Too nam) fight off Jnil.i.i.l ami the mai'nifii eiit defence of Verdun inspired the Kaiser w;i!i -.renter respect, not onlv'i'or 1:-. eneiuii---. but tor an Ah-niirntv I',m-.i-i- nlm i-i no longer to !,o addro-.o-d as a good old familial', but whoso i-r.-n-ious help is to bo huoihly implored. Another vent- went he. On August 1. lflT. the JCal.-or i volaiiiii d: "Wo are invineihle Wo shall be viotor-ious. The Lord Cod Is with us." The mo lod rama t ie. actor has recovered his spirits, for he Is beginning to impress liims.-lf anew in the theatre ol" war. I;u sia wa-- already trembling with a ppr-heitMoii of what might, and finally did, como; Rumania was crush-d; tho Ihilkan front roomed lin: hakl, Id-: and in tho Western trenches not a littl- lent, semblance to tlio Kai:..-r's claim that the t'.i-r-malta were now masters of the sltnu-I ion. No Reference to God w s rrreat v,,i.o nssemhbs mi .Tit.igiut nt day. sis ot rum. d ships -vvill rise and -trait and bay. "lev bav.- lain f,,r' utrea Ion. at,i th,. cnaiig-ioss flood, I hoy shall 'b... wlltt- id silver Hut one-shall he like blood. Ti,.- n- Th- lll Th.., j i happened to bo a member of the | parly. Wo had no idea lo oliat gen-jeral our guide roi'orred. l'..;t e knew it svas not til- comniii'idei -' i,-i inoi. Wo wanted t,, go forward to watch the victorious allied tidal w.i \ o -uil-ihg back toward the Illndenhiii g liitos. \\'e said so. "Well, you'll want to meet till i r.o'iornl." said the office!- g-.ndliig u-. I asked his Iijiiii'. The officer smiled am! replied: "Wall. ^ oil .'lie noun; i" met! a man whom tin- ib-ru.uu- !',.,: worst) than they four tho devil." We arrived at a gr.-y old � bateau and waited in the p.-uk while an orderly niiiiouncoil inr Long .-tone step:, rati down from a w bio hah-miy. lit railings woio invored with ereopeis and honeysuel.':,. A man apl" arod oil the bah'tuiy. Ho was i iiior short, tbiok-chestoil a;,.! ..-nil in mido'lo are. llo woio a l-.,:i-i of if.bl oak \ In his "Ms j :!ribut.- to ti I p-'Ot. Itupert lire leai'os iirounil 1. ho \va:. a geliel a ! I recognized i : '�-ii that i a i:'. � dun. I had I . . video ami !.; �! ! work, eOlllp! u huh to Joyce Kilmer" lilms-li": :.\ MUiioitv iti i-niir iiiioom-:. SL1 eomm fortune hi.- r. Wh-n the.c,c, ', foi iii-d i 'ampin i ,.!";.led l.u-,1 i' i Thi i : :-, al ,,l fi, t io- j u-li, i,, ,-y ill,hi Admli.irl .-: d iv -.Hue. II .anoollor of Ii Ill-ail- the bcMl-hip U'l oi;it o, (fie | that smack-; ! even this lite 1 be played ou I across the �� I over one :-h-j Inlo the bo-". \ stilled fools! | imilatoi- of a | bee in Him-, I'. I),,, 1 itlu Hint; to it. was j Tin- pet - ,-i t seem1-- l o i i,,; et.eeuti-1 that slill ,ulo Ireland tiiiiii I ic h! j n i '-i- lie. I Sett, r t li:, n nil, it ha Hi. ma-.-1nrI� - id salar-.' of >:;ii,'i-n) j-., i ly aed a p.-n.-i.ol of t:tl..'.,� ill V'i.1, -f cheap melodrama. Hut lo lrama Is beginning to ' 'I'lloi actor who p.talkH 'ai-o with cloak thrown iildor. with band thrust in of his tunic, rind with - |.s, like the Kmall-town llooth nr an Irving, Is l-t-o his power. In ho bc-,- confidence ill himself'.' manlier of his speech - at., it. The "Good Old God" A ld.i:i: out la,-., I I'M Ids troops al the of iho war. In aiiliifiish- ing fan,lliii :l-,- willl the Alinlgllty, in- ib-ch-'ieil "U'- shall not lose our lailli iiiel tia-i in the good old rpid up I in a -." i 111' I late,- ho added : "l-'or-w-ard -.villi . lod: ||o will be wllh us. a.-! he v. a s Willi our ancestor::." There u II s he:e :, loile of real to 11 f I d e u cc bo- lie L.:-,-:� h-.-lli-m-d. bo bud Hid hi. p-ool- lo believe, lilat fb-r- JIII in*' v.-mid .,.,. Uly i'l Hell glance. ugusf 1. lies', tiio K'aisor speaks as follows to hla troops: 'Serious years of war lie behind you. . . . Vonr victoi'iou-i fighting spirit c.-ir-i lint the war ni the lust year into the. enemy .i country and plc.-orved the homi-iaiid from-' the horrors and devastation of win. In the : i-.-otnl and third j-ars of Iho war you, by your do:--! rin t i \ o blows, broke, iho s.trcliglh of lot, enemy in tho east. . . . Voll lire In tile midet of tile hardest nli'in-iilo. The desperate et-forts of tho eni-niy will, as hitherto, bo foiled by your liruo-rv." Thorn Is no reference hero to n God who Is treated as a familiar monarch, and there lire In this proclamation other signs of a chastened spirit. II Is probable lli.it. as in all histrionic types, a largo oleioeiii, of .suner.stit inn enters into the char-actor of the Kaiser. Has his nn-thi'opoinurp'ilo (,od abandoned him? Did Mm good old lir-nmiii Coll really approve of Ho- sinking of the I.usi-Inula and of the erlJeJ destruet ion of r.elgiutu, S--rt.in, 1'oland, anil Armenia? If nut, Is Mod reall.\ with the Merman army after all? Am! if Mod ho no, with Merman arms, v,)i,i becomes of the divine i'lulir to rule' What of the bouse of I loholizol I. . n " Why should It not bo repine."! by some otlo-r ruling family-pi rhaps e Von by ii republ io �> Such tiile."Mon.'t the Kai'ur may Well bo asking himself to-dav. Is bo to be Ins-oil from the stage while Mle i 111 t.illl tltoo". derlileil. ll, |,|e,h and I'm gol le-,. Mo- most terrible and tragic iiul which Iho histrionic tvpc of inind, living e.-t it docs upon glitter. c,-,.\',-ili:, ami applause, can po:--sibl-- imar iin-'.' l-'oivboiliues like those .-on.lil"!e tin- pr,-:  - l i pll ll , -b lOi-Ilt of i lie K a i---or. Mi - future pn n i.- h riion t, slouibl be surviio the war, mil .1 bo' il�-t �� mi i tied hy a victory of the allies oil the v. .-stern f ion 1, I or i I ever a man d. . i led phv: ion I as v..-II as p: yeholoe ii-i I I.....i'dnoonl I! is Mie Kaloi r. who lis iiic led hi', li.-oplo ami i ,t ii i, >-. l lo- -,-o. Id ...... I h- iii-.-l a w till i lis: i ,, - pile i ; hl:c.l,',. i-ieu i'oi'k U'lM-a-l.t .Stri-ot" bo pabl -lu-tnory ol a iello\\-uieri iiroi.ke, every word c.f|. '"'.""; '.   can apply with equal truth, ournio. ---- � � ecU hi-: I'll hie.- S lilts of his imp! My .iovci-;' "kiV/\ii-:i{'' In alien earth, norosa a troubled non. His body lies that was so fair und young. His iimiith Is ptopt. with half his .songs unsung; His arm is still, that struck to make men free. Dut Jet no cloud of lamentation ho "Where., on a warrior'* grave, a 1> ribs hung. "Wo keep the echoes of his golden tongue, Wo keep the vision of bis chivalry. Ho Israel's Joy. the loveliest of kings, .Smote now hia harp, and now the hostile, horde. To-day the utariy roof of heaven rings With psalms a soldier nitidn to praise bis Lord; And David rests beneath Eternal wings, Sung on his lips, and in bis hand a sword. Much of Joyce Kilmer's work had a strung- religious vein running through it, and hero l,i such a poem, written In the trenches: rn \ i nil oi' \ M�r,ou;i( is i-'itANci; My .Kivri-l KIMMUIt. .My shoulders ache honoath my pack, (j.lo easier. Cross, upon ills hack;, I march wllh feet that burn anil smart (.Tread, Holy l'oot, upon my heart). �Mori shout at mo who may not speak (Tin y icourgod Thy back and itinoto Thy cheek). r may not lift a hand lo clear .My eyen of salty drops that sear. fThnn shall my fickle soul forget Thy Agony of tlloody .Sweat?) My rifle hand Is stiff and numb (Worn Thy pierced palm red rivers tome). Lord, Thou didst suffer more for me Than all tho hosts of land and sea. So lot mo render hack again This millionth ot Thy gift. Amon. Anoiher widely (|Uotctl poem wan �Tree!-," tho tide poem of hlu sitvund buok of verse. It run-: 'riti-ir.s. ny .IOVMI'1 KII.M.'.R. I think that I shall never see A poem lovely us a tree. A tree whoso hungry month is prost Against tin: earth's sweet flowing In east; A tree Unit looks at Mod all ilny And lifts h r leafy anus to pray; A tree that iimy In summer wear A ii- st ol" robins In her hair; I'pon whose bosom snow has lain; Who Intimately lives with rain. < i I. .let.... nig that of -lie In r h a i my. nil al once. 1 had hie- before a: Vol-.1 Ills crisp. Iillim' i kc.; Into In:: hard, 1 lui-l watched him ic : i e i" of th- m.I-thi'i lino. I bad en. n: v ii ml tho io-a.-nble v ill Yes. I bad see,, tnal terrible man heoire at Verdun ' Now he sloo.I at tin- top of tho M.ntr:i h.iihing over ,ne tr.-.o ami the beautiful obi park. Mis fnec worked convulsively, Ills eyes unblinking, lil-o Hn.se of ,-, vol,nro .seelnj; lbs prey far off. Then he glanced lo-tvar.ls us and bis manner chitnged to � Mint of g.-niality and kindliness. llo ntepped Jdowly down. Theie wi-re grace mid eiee.-ntco in his np* poarante. II.- held out otio hand nt tint hip. II.- slopped so softly that ho seemed to mo\ .- with a feline grace, llo greeted us with drawing room charm of muiiin-r. Ilia luttiilehisp was soft. We exchanged the usual commonplaces, lie turned ugaiu, extending bin hand, soft as velvet. I ankeil him a 'luestloii, abruptly. I don't know- why. Tlio i,iioHtloti just slipped out. "Meiieial, what 1s your idea of war. all wars?" I asked. I .suddenly toiiiul that there wel'o fingers of ,-teo) on that velvet hand. There was something tremendous, ni'i'i-jimo-i inc. .Wipolooule in Ills face an In- raised his volte. "War- what iH war'."' be said. "Why, ll's ntliiok! Attack! Attack' Always tlio attaok-that Is war. and thai la all." The speaker wss General Mangln. I Mul ale :c:,:le by iool" jiilj God can iiiul.'.- li);.- ino a lii'ti- ;