Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
mm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 101^' \ the plate la a tough ball game with the cotnmaitd to wallop the old hall i hard, Tou know the manager ex-jpects yoB to malte good for the reason that he Is paying you to hang aronnd tor no other purpose. The fansr^and the p^k Is very likely to be packed-all yjsll tor the pinch hit-! ter to get a hit tlnlesa you have been through jmchalitrying ordeal as this yoii itaTe tib idea as to how it tools. Stciv'a Hat Made It a Study What makes, ithe proposition seem so tainy to me is that I have oocu- Steve Adams Gfves Out. Bench on th.^en^^^^^^^^^^ PLAYERS OREAD' TO BE ASKED TO ' HIT IN A PINCH Secret That May be Great Surprise league teams, and I have had the opportunity to watch the expression on the players* laces when they were called upon to act as pinch hitters. It When the Browns were stopping in | is sometimes pitiful to gaze upon thq Cleveland last summer tor a three-players when they step out from the game series Steve Evans paid the ' * --^ i- HE SHOE IS THfOTHERFOfjT Montreal Admits Hockey Control is Passing to the West UiFFICIAL REPORT iCONTlNUBD PROJI FRONT PAGE); members of the St. Louis team a visit at the Colonial hotel. Steve, as everyone who knows bim,>.will readily admit, is without a peer when it comes to relating fnnnjr stories. Steve went through baseball laughing; never was there anything serious in the grand old game so far as Steve Bvaus was concerned. 'During the fanning ifeee In Cleveland, Steve, much to tire surprise of all his listeners, said: that, there was Get Rid of Emperor. Diplomats and soldiers are trying to place the blame for their country's downfall on the other. Placards ba,ve blossooned out in 9 Nov. 6.-^The operations ' by tlw Pr�neh today netted one of the gniiirtest advflincea yet oh' tiilnad, mtasurlnB morn than tlx milta'at varioua-.polnta. The im-Mftant town* of j^Varvtna, Mont \ Capiat and Beth^ were occupied -and progreaa waa. made far beyond these places, the war office ahnouAtad tonight. - , A Qallartt Feat. With tlie AmericaoB on the Sedaii front, Nov. 6.-(7'*.�.)-the crossing of the River Meuse and the capture of the town of Dull by the AmerlcinB may go down in history with any sin^-Uar deed. When its full details are knov^ It will range as one of the most gallant toats of the entire operkticn nprthwe4t of Verdun. The grossing involved the forcing of fa .way over the 160-foot river, a ba]|!-mlie stretch of mud and a 60-foot canal in the face ot a frightful eneiny fire. It also Involved swimming *y those _ ____ _ __ who knew how and the �piilHng of two battlesTilpSi the, Kaiser ,and the* Others over on a rope. Grappling Irops Sohleswig-Holstein, were seized by dent's informant Was deported/ the latter deolaredi.; . Strikes at the .Imperiat wharves at Ouxhayen and Wllhelrnshaven are expected to biacuy today, the agency ad-vioea fromiA,ni8terdanl say. The arrest of sailhra under suspicion has been orderediv HOIST iftEp FLAG London, Nov. S.-r-Menibers ,ot the battleship Kal^Qtat ICiel^liave rautia-J ied and'hoist'ed the i^eB flag. Officers attempting to dsfeiid the German flag were ovetpoivbred .and two of them, including this commander, were killed, A number:of bthers.were wounded, accordlnte'to tti�,Cologtie Gazette. Thre6 compaiiles' Of infantry were sent from kl>l to � restore order. They immediately'Joiiied the revolution and a fourth compBhy; yras disarmed. Hussars' sent to'Kiel from Wandsbeck were encountered outside of Kiel, by sallbrs armed with, machine guns and torced to turn back. The aoldiei's' council has decided that all officers must rehiain at)thelr present posts; hut must obey the couti-cil, which Controls all food supplies, Madhin6 gUns w�re moudted jtit Vaj:-ious parts of the; city. Cuxhaven ;aiid Wilhelmahaven are quiet., . V An Amsterdam.aispatchlio .the Exchange Telegraph Company '^ays .'that will be able to take in, and their expenses will be^,about the sarne, even man government took the public by surprise. The last lingering doubt as though .Mr. Kennedy may have a!'" Germany's sincerity In asking for cheaper team than either Ottawa or! allied terms for an armistice, still M,k�!i- i sheets yesterday-the retreat of the Victoria, Nov. 6.-Flying the French ' Germans verges perilously near a and .go up th6re and put us in the j tri-color at the masthead in honor of, rout. British forces are within 'lie French ambassador to Japan, who 1 few miles ot Maubeuge, the tall of Vulcanizing! : Have your tires and tubes'r� paired at the Central vhero yon get 46Uar for dollar's worth ot service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, BImcnts, Spots and Kettle Re. treadins a specialty. Central Vnlcanizingf and Hre Semce Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 game. Before one can wink an eye every player on the bench is up on his feet, aH yelling: "At a boy, George, go up and put us in the old ball game." "The player who has been called upon to deliver the goods fumbles I prance. Before crossing the Allan-' &uard and capturing many jjachJne .arpundan.,* large mess of bats. He; tic he will confer with the United; suns. The German white flag party was a passenger on the vessel, the Japanese steamship Kamo Maru reached port today from the Orient. M. M. F. Delanney, French minister at Tokio, i� on a hurried mission to which is imminent. The French 1st army is converging on HIrson. The enemy is falling back on the Meuse before the French 4th and 5th ariBies, which are driving in his rear- finally selects one, picks it up and; states cabinet at Washington, with a dying gasp expression on his ' .r.-- ,. , face, his Adam's apple bobbing up! . . ' and down at the rate of 60 beats to Ithe hp of the cup m the fourth the minute, says: "A'rlght, boys, I'll try." , IT HAPPENS IN GOLF stroke. may hear of the fall of the Germanem-peror's foxmer headquarters at Charle-ville and Mezleres before they reach Marshal Foch, Near the Meuse, the American army AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREAOING A^REPAIRINa By Bxperienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Baolp-ment for Rim Cut Repaiira. R. D.RITCHIE sn 13th 8t,S. Opp. Eltlaon Mtlla Jr^:::T\''T '""^ ^i^^^-';.^'^' ^^'.^^z SoTe torhSren. gou- L^^nnn ^^^'^^P �ly. . The railway function at Sedan'already' is useless to the enemy. The French on the American left are mov-Ing forward rapidly in the direction of Sedan; making it doubtful whether the honor of first reaching the city will go to them or to ithe Americana. Progress of British .London, NoV. 7.-British forces are ^ntinuing their progrd^s along the Franco-Belgian battle Une. Noitfaeast of Valenciennes, according to Field Marsha;! Haig'a report today, they have reached the outskirts of Quiev-rsln and Crespie, close to the Belgian border. Farther south the town of Angre has been taken. Southeast of the Mor-mal forest the British have captured Monceau St. Vaast and Ddmpiefre, three miles northwest of the railway JunctlQii at Avesneg. V Berlin RepoH. Berlin, Nov. 7.-(Via London)-Between the Scheldt and the Oise rivers the allied forces by violeht Attacks, yesterday the official statement issued today by the war office says, hjnder-ed the methodical movement of our troops Qommenced on Nov. 2. the mutineers and that 20 officers, including tw;6vcaptains> were killed, It/is reported that the garrison at Kiel refused to march to the harbor and that the sailors, threatened to blow up the battleships it attacked. They are defending the ships and re' fuse to return to their duties until h treaty of peace is Lsign^. Admiral Soijichon, governor ot ,the port, having asked the mutineer.^I-wba^ they wanted^, has approved all Uilr demands, even including their 'refusal to"'salute officers, it is said, '-j - IflSTARIREIirLAG Copenhagen, Nov. 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