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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta of I^elion, ^'ill/be, ap��int6d to be reglsirargdfcral o� UHob for this proVlncer4ii luis'cd^vlon tofatIpnaI,l�,af^Qa..^Barrow:a ace urould Aare poked ont one' more round I ' � � tripswat than his curHngLcontempor-l, -.�^ . . . arieE,ofallowed to pitch for the Mackinea ^P^K My. 8.-Statements cal- trietly, and while he -was >'pitching ^ spread the impression that a htfine run. * ^^rym-"- ' ^ IMiVltif�ert�:driycf,had:been, abandon-.J��th really id make Rtitb,-pX �exceptedl�bt4l�^ t/dfii^mM �pn8l�^.5gne guMeA. seven^ CIawie-,4bxtog program orlginaliy outlined iJn l^T^^SJ''^^^^ ^''^ '^'^'"^ to rtrtke'^pre than;ipne in i�or of. other sports Jlr. Pratt rs4- " ' four^bstg blow. He produced three py^-v . ^!^}^f^P�^ ^^Pfii^Aiat^ric^-^ne I imd. Boxing will hold its place ia'^ oK ^riwaler of the Refif^.a lefthattderJ^^UM �f aporta, and Mr.: Coffroth' SSS^tS^ISStSS^^^^ ^eHesTof-iwa mffches. In  Tesr'>ntiarid' is full era. cloudy^ Claude won all three of the batUes in which he hit for the circuit'. ; T^e other National Leagne pitchera-\fho-made homers in 1918 were Pete Schneider of the Reds, against Pol Perritt of the Giants; Tom Hughes of the Braves, against Mike Prendergast of the Bhils; Jake May of the Cardinals, against Nick Carter of the'Cubs, aiid Bill Sherdell of the Cardinals, against, Burleigh Grimes of the Rob-Ins. Jfay's homer off Carter wm� his second major league bit,'the-yonng 'left-hander not having, struck a, safe No. Boxing will hold its. place ia^,j,ring .&e first ahd seconflv teams at; ^r^^^'^Pff S^^^ fromkie �Ittt Of sporU, and Mr., Coffroth Vttefnd of the schedule toother in a [ J^Zu^^LlSg ; '^entj miles. For oonveyin|*^ic'k~ cases the school vans are used, making transit GERMAN DELEGAfES PUIP0TAI8ES ONFREELISl iGoirannnD noM Fwvira n9um�d oftleUlly today. ; Announcement waa made also that If It is found that the Oer-maft delegates must refer the mr-nilstlee terms to Berlin,' they will bs'Qrven 72 hours for the time that deelslon Is reached In which to answer. fjllNCH SENATE JUBILATEiB , Paris, Nov. 8.-The senate yeaterday faUw((d the example of the. chamber ot'dopntiea by voting its entire session in celebration of the glorious achievements by the allies. Stephen PIchon foreifo minister and Antoine Dubost, president'of the senate, delivered ad:, dresiies which, by direction of the senate' will be posted throughout Prance.' I: A';biU extolling the,armieai'ttiecbfeirsj ot t&e-goremment of the republic;, pit-j tson.Georges Clemenceau, andi Cener-aljBpimo Focta was passed unanimously; .Permanent engraveurs of the bill wUl'be placed in all the city halls and acbooLi of the republic. It provided., '. Washlnaton' Wise titvi -'n^asbington, . ijbv.' 8.-^Washington awoke this morning to find that its wild: celebratloniyestefday - afternponi; and' laBt'fiighf In the belief that'tliel Ottawa, Nbv. 8i-^By an order-in-counoUpas^Bd yesterday Canada takes advantage of the .reciprocal provisions of the .United >�lates .tariff and places potatoes on the rge .qnantities for export. The order-ld-eouaOll Js aa folwwa: "His Bxoellencyi i .the governpr-gen-eraMn>co((acil,-w..kw- on Saturday night- �--^- Sgtmre Garden NttVember 16. war had ended was premature. At 8. o'clock this moi|iing atate and war department officials'who had kept aiVjalljpiBht tigil still were .without in-formatloiv tbat'Oermad plenipbtentiar-! ie8,1iad signed the arnilBtice' terms. Oi^ithlB basis of p�8s dispatches from EVance tha|: the env'oys would meet Marshal Foch today, they did not ex-peot any definite news'^ as :"toder- This includes ,, Announce.-- i Washington, Nov. 8.-The atatement was authorized atjlbe :^itB, Housei shortly after 'ten o?apctf this WnliT'm thai whenever Wprd'^ame of tn&'si'g^-) wholeJ*�B of an arraistlpe in Prance,?iPr6si-. ^ol'o couiitrv'-iderit Wilson liimBelf woiild announce .��^i^fltlinmediatelxr ;V , - e:F ' ^When thik assurance Was'given th^ goviernment had not been advised Ottawa; Nov, 7.-An. order-in-counjdi' I ,;hiis bee"fl passed,increasing the illpf sepfflBti soldiers. 'i' :; Nothing'^^niaJtesMi'' soldier feel more like himself than a clean, velvety shave-tfaiS' is only jpos^ible with *ti,n" AutoStrop. Because of its self-stropping : feature it is the only razor that is always ja! perfect conditioa.' Price ISiO^ � AutoStrop Sftfety Razor 83-S7 Duke SmM " Toronto ' 60*18 / I fairly convenient and; .jcomfortable. This method works out ecbhomically ! KEEP'WR RADlATOIt FUEL of water. It will not':'freeze -SO: quickly. If you do have radiator trouble* of any kind . .:, . ANDY . The Radiator ^an. Wili:;Plx' It' Right Rear: Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) I AUTO TIRES 'of all sizes VULCANIZED^ By the Famous Haywood^atim HE-tbeaoing & REPAlRlil^a By Bxpferienced Workmen. All-.work guaranteed. Special Eqnl^ ment for Rim Cut Bepairs. R. D. RITCHIE SM 13|h'8t 8. Opp. Ellison Mills the Island City plant, which was dis-^mantled in 1915, and he will again I manaige the Victoria team. Pete Muldoon, last year with tlie Portlanii. club, wiil take charge at , Seattle. If Portland enters the race, [Eddie Oatman, fomer-N. H. A. star, will handle the managerial reins. With Canada's Siberian forces quartered at Victoria, hockey is expected to boom IrviDff H. Wheatcroft, whose inter-1 this winter, and already the organl-est in the thoroughbred Is about as'zation of several leagues which will extensive as any man in the business, i include soldier teams, is under way. was a visitor at Laurel, Thursday. He ; In Vancouver, in addition to the came north to arrange with E. W.' Patriotic League, in which.Frank Pat-Moore to look after the stallion Fitz; rick, Tom Phillips and other well-Orafton, which was due to arrive from � known former stare will compete, England Thursday afternoon. Fitz; there will be at least two senior am-Grafton Is by the noted sire Grafton, * ateur organizations. Members of tfie and'his dam iB Olive Branch^a sister : Siberian expeddtionaxy force which to the dam'of Polymelns. � During his '. are to be stationed here until the time racing career he won 18 races of over ' of departure, will be represented jinnnr.n In value. He was breu in Australia and after winning several races.m that country was shipped to . England and raced. He was sent from ce.s.oful seasons in tl|e history of hoc-England to India to run In the Viceroy key on the coast," President Patrick Cup, an �8,000 stake, which he won. stated. "Where our profes.sional play-He was then returned to England, on- ers are to come from I cannot say at iy to be Bfilpjped back to-India the this time, but we have been negotiat-followlng year to again start in the , ing' for the services of several new Viceroy Cup, which he agkla won af-; players, and will have the majority of Lester Patrick has returned to Vic-l^jg^^ fOr the doctor mi'd'the nurses, toria where he is supervising the woilt, ^^^^^^ families, ranging from eight in connection with the re-opening of >: j j ^ e being taken,care Mn.H PUv niant. which was dis-|.^�^|^j5^g,y j,y' the oi-gdnization, will be represented in one of these leagues. "With .war conditions. Improving daily I anticipate one of the most sue in both nursing and outside work, not counting those In the hospital. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Gujrton both returned to town during the last few days. , . Owing to the fact tjiit every man, woman and child in the' whole district Is either sick or caring;_for those who are, the Victory Bond campaign has become a secondary, if not a negligible consideration. This is very disappointing to those who had undertaken the work, but for.^he present It is unavoidable. ' ' ' 1. pfependiijiitB � Of iprivate soldier? and s^bn-comiiniidsioned officers frohi 130-armonth. . ____ 2. Dependents of first-class^ waf- Whether the German armistice delega-i rant officers, from ISO to �'35 per tion had reached Marshal Foch's head-, month. , . quarters behind the French lines,! 3. DependeatB of lieutenants froih -----^ i ?30tpr*|40 per month/ � ,^AS|^o; majority of the November checks "Uad been printed before the icirwas passed. It is not ^------- ---- French lines, where they were expected about noon today, Paris time.: ' Germany Clouds the Issue.  i order-in-coui,, Paris Nov.-8.-(5:40 a.m.)-The' possible t KNOCKED OUT LEVINSKY. ? Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 6.- "Jack Dempsey, heavyweight, knocked out Battling JJevinsky of New York here tonight in the third round of what was to have been a 6-roun4 bout, ' Dempsey, who was the aggressor throughout, stopped Lbvlnsky" with-.a>. right hook to the jaw. The' blow sent the New York man down for the count and he had to be assisted to his corner by his seconds. It was the first time that Levinsky was ever knocked out. Rome, Nov. 8.-Trieste , dispatches announce that Italian warships have entered the port of Zara, The Italian flag was raised by Capt. Debocecar, viho has been appointed'militaryjjov-ernor. The monuments of Francis Joseph and Baron Tegetthoff,, former commander-in-chief of the Austrian navy, were overthrown by the crowd The occupation of Lussln'plcplo Italians is also announced.' vo. b/ Zaira is a seaport of Austria-Hungary and the capital of Dalmatla. It is situated on the eastern^coast of the Adriatic, 170 miles southeast of .Venice. Lussinpicolo is a town on an island belonging to the crown land^df iBtrla. It is the principal seapoirt I.of the Quariiero Island between) JBtrla and the Croatian coast. ' i RAYMOND (Prom Our Own Correspondentl Raymond, Nov. 5.-Raymond is again ^called to mourn over the sad death of Melvln Harris' of Taber, a very recent resident of Raymond,- also a nephew of Bishop Kvans. Bishop and -Mrs. Evans attended the funeral In.Jaber, motoring over,, ' " , ,,.___ Witli a good cold apeil-Pr:. ,Green4>gil,le.'. the German :>army has arrived, at' Budapest from' Bucharest tO'confer with Premier Michaer Karolyl