Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACK SIX THE LETTIBRIDfllE DAfLS/ HERALD -�______�VVt-----!�----L FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 it BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus I'M SOW^X-jeRRY GOT I MAVtN'T A CENT TO LEND . TOO - GOT \F I CAN OT ant TOOAX- ILL MEET VOO AT DINTV MOORED AT t>lV- JAME'b- HER�'t> fiftx L collar^- i want VCU to CO to the ^ROCEK? T0 of. done:- cm here Too H^1 THAN- ��* NEW B.C. REGISTRAR OF. TITLES Victoria, B.C., Nov.^.-Prank Junieii Stncpoolc, K.C., of Victoria; formerly of Nelson, will be appolntod to bo rogistrar-gotionil of titles for tutu province, In succession to J. C. Gwynn. VE 'FLU VICI1S BABE RUTH IS A CTBCTM-JJ.1-I1--I___Lease.-1 * �___i-i-----1. blow in 1017. Carter Had just replaced Walker. Sherdell's four-lugcc:' off Grimes enabled his team lo win. by a score of s to 7. COAST LEAGUE WiLL PLAYlSiNeiHrsi^: Babe Ruth of the Red Sox last season made as many home runs as all the other pit hers in the American and National Leagues.. Barrow's ace vtolM nave poked out one more round trip swat than his curving contemporaries of both organisations if. on the last day of the .season. Clark Griffith of Washington, and Cornelius MeGU-licuddy of Philadelphia had not acqui-1 esced to a plan to let athletes have n ' little full, .lim McAvoy, a catcher, be-' lng allowed to pitch for the Macknien 1 briefly, and while he wa3 pitching I Frank Patrick Finns lo Open Circuit on January 1st- .". or ! Teams i1 They Will Refuse Proceeds of Bouts New York. Nov. S.-Statement.-; calculated to spread the impression that "W";"', *""*"'* the boxing division of the unite! war Nick Altrock being allowed to make k sp0rt9 dr(ve ha(] bcen abiluhm. a home run. |ed because of tnei opposition of .tonti Ruth really did make one more cir-' D. Rockefeller. Jr.. Dr. John R. Mo:; cult clont than all the other men who ot'aer members of the Y.M.C.A, were on the slab in the major league were denied today by Herbert ' I.. games in 191$. but when he propelled j>vatt of tho Y.M.C.A., ahairnian of the one of Stanley Coveleskie's dry or wet National Sports Committee, serves high up in the right field bleach- Mr. pratt. further said that he had ors at the Fenway in the tenth Inning ' been requested by Mr Rockefeller to on July 8 Amos Strunk was on first deny emphatically that he had Riven Fr base, neither team had scored and the Babe received credit only for a three-bagger. Hendrlx Had Three American League gunners, Kuth. of course, excepted, obtained four drives for the grand tour last season; National Lea pie pinners, seven. Claude utterance to the remarks credited by hlm, and that he had not "lakon any action in relation to boxing or any other branch of athletics to be utilized in the drive. In response to the direct ouoJtion if there had been aay chunKO by the committee as to th" nation ;! boxing program originally outltued Vancouver, j sional hocke; [Coast again ! will be thrc j teams in the January 1. of the P;n'll'ic C tion. anu.'unced meeting of tin' 1 terday was po -^pai)i;l; infiiier.:: sklent Far rick ! ju~; as sen a ' . were lift. 1 the called iogi tiler ".-.Tories sent s:i.'.r,.:vl Uns eons." Patrick decide,! to opera 1*. C . Nov . ' wiil b- ].l th:.- :i .--and ;>. I' 1 ik I'..'" ..i-t lii t..day. n i'-e ! there four ��-star: on prvsid-tit y A-m'. ia-'.. � animal f .r j..;. iik- to );' -. but Vic-r.uwn lint :'o:;u!.!!.'�:! ; WoUi'l tie OiV '.v ill 1" 'My � V.',' i:h t!i' il.l iii- i:ig ( li-dd we v. th'-v.ir i bat l.i ve tins I : Kay Hendrix of the Cubs was the one and If boxing was to be side tracked in favor of other sports Mr. Pratt replied: "No. Boxing will hold its place i.i the H*t of sports, and Mr. Coffrofli retrains in charge as national supervisor." The first big boxing carnival in aid of the fund will be hold in Madis m Square Garden on Saturday nigh". November ! iv i.......; V t- iti tie-' :' .:. - ,:"e ' i wi'h the ::r : i�a' h if .~-..tt ' the -eiie !:;,. %.:;! ,. ,!r -.fte br:ng (!:�� :i'-' an I ti-.e end the sr^e.'.-r.e fgefU'C in . playoff MT';e,-.! loan. I .'.!!.:� will hand!.- the ir.ai.a.-e I Canada':- Siberian, lore j Victoria. Jioikey i.. ':: this winter, and a': : zation of .-evi-ral '�' llic'.ii.l.- -oialier In Vaneouver. in Patriotic l.eauiie. in rick. T"iu Pb!>:ij>-known f'.rio.er o .;� there will be at 1. at'-nr orpinizat ten - Siberian e.xpe''.itl.-)/!tir.v force whi'-.'i i lii" to !e- stationed }.--rf- until the ti:oe| 'frmti Our Otvn CO:-n"i"'"i'1"ntl champion, Nov. - This is probably 'th the i|ueercst and saddest Guy \akcs day that was ever known in not too sick Not even in arous- ny enthusiasm. Today tho fifth victim of the great ..c:o was buried, when the remains-of Richard Colmes were laid to rest ; i:i the local cemetery. The other four i are: peter William Babir.e. Kenneth ]Carl-on. liaby Uacher and Mrs. C.rand-I line. In each case the sickness lasted : only a few (lays. The deepest sympathy of the whole neighborhood is extended to the bereaved families and relatives. Willie every member of both lleid families are in bed. Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Keid and Mr, and Mrs. 1 in.;'.i Ueid and the two children, the ..ul news comes of the death of Mrs. .1 C. H"id. of Orangevl'ilo. Out., from ii'.f'.i;e:i:'.a. being the mother of J. O. and Mr-. Hugh- Keld. Much sympathy ;'"!t for tile bereaved especially as ;t ci>:;:e* when they are laid up with tile sani" disease. A roiii.lt p:ess places the total niim-r nf Mik cases In the neighborhood a hundred. Dr. Talbot reports that til- time of writing tiiero are no ;.-reruns cases, thoush many are ry b.n! indeed. In a few days we ! � t i tie able to g^e a full list of who have be'.'U in.tinis. An iir,-;a:ilxation un-i'*r the leader-i|i ot tii" Red Crio- officials has .'.i I'l'tXtiixl which undertakes the GERMAN DELEGATESlPUT POTATOES , ON FREE LIST (Contixdko ymoM Fhont i-e. This includes uliint;, .sowing, cur-a of those who go Mrs. Guyton's lias-:: tover and Is full Ine; three whole from the country. v>-a Vic '�. ,i'k ti yins off. II lie I in �in-.' the :e .-.pi ni;. iic!l wa, e will a ill. Willi i-iiar.'e at : i t!)e raee. .11 A star. I rein -. With '[uarteml at ted to boom the orpinl-which will , i - under way. .l'l'li'.ioM tO 111" vl'.leh frank "at and otior Weil-will cionpeto, t two i-'-nfnr am-Member-; of the �dy i,'Ue. e.i; �' nt .-very '.lea c i-.'it driving, ;:.'.; r..r the childre ' nt to nurse, etc I'-.tal has been ta! to capacity, inc-lml t.iinilic-s brought in o:;c family coming noarly twenty ir.iU-s. For conveying sick cases the m i.uol vans ar.- used, making transit fa.rly four in each, are being taken care of entirely by the organization, in both nursing and outside work, not counting: those in the hospital. Vr. Johnson and Mr. Guyton both r- iirned to town during the last few days. inving to the fact tint every man, Wiiui'.n and child In the whole district is eitiier sick or earing for those who an:, the Victory b-coir.e n secondary. " not a negli gible consideration. This is very disappointing to tlii/M: who had under-taken the work, but for the present it : . unavoidable. nounead officially today. Announcement wii made alto that if It it found that the German delegate* must refer the armistice term* to Berlin, they will be glvan 72 hours for the time that decision Is reached in which to answer. FRENCH SENATE JUBILATES Paris, Nov. S.-The senate yesterday followed the example of the chamber of deputies by voting its entire session In celobratlon of the glorious achievements by the allies. Stephen PIchon foreign minister and Antoine Dubost. president of the senate, delivered addresses which, by direction of the senate will be posted throughout France. A bill extolling tho armies, tho chiefs of the government of the republic, citizen Georges Clemenceau, and Generalissimo Koch was passed unanimously. Permanent engraveurs of the bill will be placed in all the city halls and schoola of the republic, It provided. Washington Wise Now Washington. I^ov. S.-Washington awoke this morning to find that Its wild celebration yesterday afternoon and last night in tho belief that the war had ended was premature. At S o'clock this morning state and war department officials who had kept an a'.l-nlght vigil still were without Information that German plenipotentiaries had signed the armistice terms. On this basis of prvss dispatches from Franco that, the envoys would meet Marshal Koch today, they did not expect any definite news as to Germany's decision for several hours. Wilton Will Announce. Washington. Nov. 8.-The statement was authorized at the White shortly after ten o'clock this morning that whenever word camo of the sign-lag of an armistice In France, President Wilson himself would announce it immediately Ottawa. Nov. S.-By an order-in-council passed yesterday Canada takes advantage of tho reciprocal provisions ot tho United States tariff and places potatoes on the froo list. The action is of particular importance to the maritime provinces where potatoes are grown in large quantities for export. Tho order-in-council Is as follciws: "Ills Excellency, the governor-gen-eral-in-coancil, on the recommendation of :k� mlnistor of finnnco and under and by virtue of tho powers conferred on the govornor-ln-councll by section six of tho War Measures Act. 1!>14, or otherwise acting in that behair, is pleasoC to order that potatoes and potatoes dried, dissected, or otherwise prepared, shall bo and tho same are hereby transferred to the list of goods which may be imported Into Canada free from all duties of customs." Tho order-in-council became effective today. SEP. ALLOWANCE Ottawa. Nov. 7.-An order-in-council has been passed Increasing the rates of separation nlRrivanca payable to the dependenln of private soldiers, non-commissioned officers, first-class House, warrant officers and lieutenants, serv-ing with the Canadian expeditionary force, effective September 1, PJ1S, .n follows- 1. Dependents of private soldiers and non-commissioned officers from Wh'e'n this assurance was given tlinl *�j> to *3u 11 month. . Dependents of first-class government had not been advised whether the German armistice delegation had reached .Marshal Koch's head-(juiiriers behind the French lines, where they were expected about noon today, Paris time. Germany Clouds the Issue. Paris, Nov. 8.--15:40 a.m.)-The texts ot the wireless exchange between Marshal Koch and the German high command show signs, this morning's newspapers say, that Germany is still determined to cloud the issue In every possible way, apparently wit.i I if! warrant officers, from $30 to %',','t per month. :t. Dependents of lieutauauts from $30 to 1-10 per month. As tho majority of the November checks hud boon printed before the order-in-council 'was passed, it Is not. possible to Include the adjustment In this month's Issue, but the amount due on account of those increased rates for September, October and November will ho Included in the issue of Decern, her cheeks. The distribution of December checks T the object of at least gaining time, if, wj]j be raade from militia headquar l).>i:d campaign has J they cannot gain anything else. ] lRrs as will as by unit paymasters by Tho Matin says: December Iti. "Berlin and all Germany are strld-l Where the depondents of a soldier ing rapidly toward a revolution. The are receiving their separation allow-substitution of a responsible secretary anco from tho unit paymaster Instead ot state for Admiral von Hintzo was of from Ottawa, the adjustment will Inspired by this grave; peril. Tho com-] bo made by the unit paymaster and one p.irmre, will be ta >f th' letUtiie-, "With war dailv I ami m �d in I ills ' iii'II' Ions i>- of t. n tha- hj. t," i"--,ii' our prof.. luipn Ul iI'V If p Key t!;c '':>. stated 'Where our prof..; io.vil player, are ti limn, from I r.um.at .-ay at ing for the -ervjres of ,-evt riil new players, and will have she majority of latt sca-ou's players, n vaila hie " I *���-.-iilent Pau'iik had no'lmi;/ to -ay con eerning the situation in the Hast, iln cxpres-i-d rer'i.-t that the Kast and West had hee-i unable to ncree on uniform rules, but remarked that the World's Series would continue lo be 'played annually under the same rules which governed in the past. Two-year old Henry Robbie walked up to ;t horse in Winnipeg in a playful moment, and the animal frnctur- mission sent by the Gorman government must have with It a man able to sign Immediately without referring to Berlin. An attempt must bo made at any price In tho phruse of Prince Maximilian of Baden to open negotiations In favor of peace. "Needless to say the German government Is the victim of a persistent illusion. Marshal Koch will refuse to Rome, Nov v Trieste dispatches j comn out of his province, which Is announce that Italian warships have Htrlctly military and he also will cer-..')u.r...| t|," nun of Zara. The Italian 1 talnly refuse any suspension of hosting was raised !>y ('apt. Dobococnr,! tllitlcs until ttio armistice is accept-who ha.-, been appointed military^rov-cd." 'rnor. The Monuments of Francis I "It |k probable that the Idea domin-Jo-eph and Baron Tegetthoff, former ] atlng the men of Berlin is much loss commander-in-chief ot tho Austrian navy, were overthrown by tho crowd, f ......I..�|n�sl,. Y,-> not from Ottawa. TO GET GERMAN TROOP6 ACROSS RUMANIA. Basel, Nov. 8.-Field Marshal Mackenien of the German army has arrived at Budapest from Bucharest to confer with Premier Michael Karolyl of Hungary, on the pasisge across the country of German divisions now in Rumania, according to a Budapest dispatch received here. From the,War Zone Comes the news that the AutoStrop Safety Razor is helping officers to maintain the high morale of. thej soldiers. Nothing * makes soldier feel more like himself than a clean, velvety shave-this is only possible with an AutoStrop. Because of its self-stropping feature it is the only razor that is always in perfect condition.^ Price $5.00 At Utdtaf ihtH mrywhtr* .."c. tallage vill itelivtr an AHloStrcp Ovtmtmt by fir$t dm' rtgiiltrtd mail. AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Limit** 83-87 Duk* Strast Toronto THAT YOU MAY LEND Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue S., Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLING W.S.COOK e Will STORACf fl aid SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very careful attention during tho cold weather. Call Our Service Department mid we will send for your bat lory anil store same during tho winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery Station, 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 The occupation of Lussinpicolo Italians is also announced. MlflfffSfffffA Zara is � seaport of Austria-Hungary and the capital ot Dalmatla. It is situated on the eastern coast of the Adriatic, I7u miles southeast of Von- ice. Lussinpicolo is a town on an island | eil the little, tot's skull with a kick In j belonging to the crown land of Istrl-i. USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadtter, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, IS 17. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "the Houea or service" the head. KNOCKED OUT LEVINSKY. Philadi lphta, Pa., Nov. r,.-Jack Deuip:;ey, heavyweight, knocked t/uf Bail ling Levinsky of New Void: liere tonight In the third round ot what, was to have been a ti-round bout. I)eii,)i.-:ey, v.ho was the aggressor throughout, Mopped Levinsky with a rij-ht hook to the ja,v. The blow mou the New York man down for the count, and ho had to be assisted to his corner by his seconds. It was tho first time that Levinsky was ever knocked out. It is the principal seaport of Quarnnro Island between'latrla tho Croatian coast. tho and RAYMOND if * (from Our <�wn CorroBpondflnt) Raymond. Nov. Ik-Raymond Is again ;.<-aIie.