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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta liisf �MP: THE LRTyBBlbGE PAILf JJiBiftALD By d MfeManus WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 6. 1918 OUT OF SPORT othor tiUs bout Furthermore, the champion has lost his former fighting spirit, and as ho is growing old he prefers to take things easy. In other TFO^ds, WUlard is through irlth the rlngisame and cannot he induced to visit New Tork at his own expepse to meet.'Dempser or anyone else for irar chartfifs. Boxinff ^ Champioi^'s Attitude \ Arouses Bitter Resentment Among the Fans The New Tori Sun in a scathing ar-ealgasient of the champlpn today says that It boxing iras goyemed in this country al districts still unreported and the line-up so close that the tables might easily be turned in favor of elfher party. The governorshW'Ol New York, too, was surro.unded'with the same uncertainty, the contest between Gov. Whitman and bis Dismbcratic opponent, Alfred B. Smith, was so close that It appeared the soldier .vote would settle it Several well known figures In public Ufe will be retired or at least will have close shaves. Prominent among them are- Speaker Champ Clark, of the house of reptesentatives, who last night was reported beaten bj^-400. votes, but today-waa running- ^very close to his opponent; Senator Weeks, the junior Republican senator ' of Massachussets defeated by Fwmet Gov^Walsh, Democrat; Senator Lewis of iutriois, the Democratic whip, 'So-feated tty Representative MedlD.Mo^ Connick) Chicago; Senator Salisbury; of DelawarSj present pro tern of the senatb, defeated by Former Senator fate of minor league baseball. The sponsor forliHrry Doyle, Heinle ,Groh, Frank Snydfef jind other famous ball tbssers has auit "ivory hunting" for an .essential occupatloni KinseUa says:, ' ;4, ' , "Few followers of majijir league baseball realize how .many ..are affected by the, present coidltiilri of thtf sport- wiSt^the^ame^illterally shot^^o.pieces. Is having a, close race. , Withithe results incomplete, Henry Ford i?;as running behind Truman Newberry. former.^as|lstant secretary, of the navy, Ms HebnWican opponent for the-Senate Jii^tHpliigan. J. W. Folk; fortS^Xovornor of Mis-f counsel for the souri ahd fbrmei-ff. inter-state Cbmme; t commission/ run-! nlng for-sraatorHo succeed the lata KEEP YOUR RADIATOR FULL of water. li. will not freeze so atrlckly. If you do have radiator tronb?.e of any-kind ^ . ANDY. The Radiator-Man, Will Tlx It Right. Rmt Dallaa Hotel (UpsUIrs) TeiT'years, ago there were 49 leagues. 1 Senator "Slowi, wa�i"Sefeated by Judge enrolled;^vay:icrbm St. IiOuis tp Boston at a rldiculouBlyld^i figure, in a trade of secoijdv string men. "Arniour and I earned, bur s^lavies turning down 'morning glofiea.' Ten years ago tliere were a dozen, minor league franchises, worth-from $50,000 to $150,000. Charlie Bbbets made $80,-000 net one season with: the Newark International league team. This is Calgary, Nov. 2.-The death occurred yesterday from pneumonia, follow- i wternaiipnai league team, rnis is ini'influenkZ of Trevor Williams, one ' "^^jj f l^J of the best known footballers in the city. Tbb late Mr. Williams was at one time captain of the old Callie football team, and iiras well known i^ the city, bavins dome here 10 was in baseball among the smaller leagues. "I used to own the Springfield Three-I.league club >nd sold out. ten ling, Republican; Tennessee, Shield, Democrat; Virginia, Martin, Deipocrat / In the election for the house Former Speaker Cannon was returned to his seat frota Illinois for what will be; his 22nd term; Meyer Jt^ondon, the only Socialist in the house, was defeated by former rejiresentative, Henry Gold fogle. Democrat, running with the eneen ce;ied up. "Menor-i tii.p'^my and fleet-our especial than)(it arb due to you, as well as to yo^r; Ibaclers. By ypur defiance of deathrand' yQur discipline you uave saved the fathbrlahdi "One;oi:-fi,ur,nio8t important tasks Is econotnic t(i)cbns^r,uction so that soldiers and. aailprs-'refcuruing home ,from the frontSm|iy,ftnd tjie possibility of assuring for 'theifaaelves and their tam-iUes exist^be:,' All; large asso::iat-ions of emlpioyStshjive declared them-leWes, ready to - rb-employ immediately tiielr'tbrpier .etat)loyees and workmen now se'rylng with the colorr." JiiEloNE DRIVE IN COftilFORT McLaughlin glosed CAR- 4-Cylinder Sedan. | :.;7' , ^�� :!-� , $2,ISO FULLY EiQUIPPED hindHhb'enemy: in the Aftlge valley, closing the roads bpening to it." German Artillery Active. Havre,. Nov. .6.-Headquarters reported'last: night: \ "Belgisin frort: Apart from ouroc-capation � hf' thi � west bank of the Qhent-TournoBe^, banal and the heights b� b'Helde, the situation has not changed sinbe yesterday. Ger-, .ma^.Brtillery and. machine gunis were active today, -pHnoipally In the southern oulsklrts ot Ghent." , ) r�rjtith Offlelal London, Nov. 6,--The olBoiajl statement rends: "Nor't3|i brthe Sambrb HVer our ad as far aa' the outskirts of La Casslne northeast of Le Chesne." i A. J. Lloyd, who; formerly prac. tised law at Barrle, Ont., died In Oak< land, California. Central Parage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMP.tLY AND CAREFULLY STORAQE ACCESSORIES BATTEBiES . PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cbr. 3rd St, & . 4th Avenue 8., Lethbridoe W. H. OOWLINQ W. 8. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your "battery -needs very � care-fui;'ittentloV Wfrlni'^ the- cord Weather.��: � ^i'- f Call Our Service Department; and we will ;8end, f^r your battery and store .same dui'tng the winter, at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. 811 7th Street 8. Phone 0ie f^ifect for delicious, handy, economical, keeping its rich moisture and fragrance unimpaired for any length of time, and burning slowly but freely^ thiesc are the qualities which you will find in Nasteri cents the Perfect Ping Smokmg Tbbiicco Slice a-pii)eful, fresh from the plu^, juat when you want it, fill your pipe not too tight, light up and yoit will enjoy a smoke of real satisfacdoti. , ; ' {it , Tli{S Rack City.TakscwC*., UfdleJ, Qot^c, Qu. Only one available for thu territory. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Do Not Wait m Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Freeze-Pi'oof. We reconiiherid it^ 8UY VICTORY BONDS AND BEAT THE B0CHE8 BAALIM MOTOR Co. _ . BACK OF UNION BANK ' LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN