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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm LETTIBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9;' 1918 'BRINGING UP FATHER^ By G. McManuB IN TEN I'D h^ROLX �YOO COME The Sport Page Tpronto, Nov. S.-^There there WIN ba baMbell ,next year was predicted .by Rraaident McCaff-ery ef the^Terofite Club this mern-. Ing. ���..i>.;; ' The vLear* magnate alio hac-arried 'fha opinion that- the �ta-mond aport would come back atrongar-than ever �nd.that in-atead oT-'twe major leaguee there would iM-three and that /Toronto wouW 'be represented in.one ef them, "I �,  "\ i ~. yi.--., mm. mm fi Toronto, Kor;. 8i.-rSport:�it(lineiaats will be pleased'to.:leani tint the reported death-of Rev. Fatber Gonter, the weUjjikBPwn rugby pla^j^r. in untrue. T(|e report of the death of the 'former i^sonaut'.a^d St Michael hack field pla$�r was atated on > Monday and Rooa^apread over the city. Rov-ever, n^^V^ther Carr, prealdent of St Michkel'b CoIIbkb, Batd^tUs morn-ing that%the report waB>-natrne. A long diaiance telephone coaVersatlon had been held and It waa learned that wWJe Puiher Gonter had be,w ill with Inllnenxa, his condition waa^^nch Im-prored. , Rev, F�ttier Gontec waa ordained In'-November, 1917> aind ia at-tachfld t9,the Buffalo diocesfl. Job� tindop, Tery auddeplr, St ThomBB, died lil Radiator Mim tiaflMoved to 418 5th Streets. CLJNt BENEDICT SIGNS UP * -1-� foronto, Nor. 8.-Clint Bene- '* dicit, :tiie . crack goaWteep^r of  th^, Ottawa- Senators, has ac^- � '�'>' ''. � � #  �    V� � ��>:�-�^.4> 4^ � �0^1 .fimifhollor r- AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8IZB�"" i VULCANIZED By tli� Famoua Haywood Byatam RE-TREADINQ * RtRAIRINO By ElxperiBBeed Workmen. All work'guaranteed. Special; Kattl� ment tor Rim Cat R�p^ln, R.D. RITCHIE 208 18th St. 8. 0pp. Ellinjt Mllla . oal'aiaipi: HaTteiiauffej^r? �-.1. 'v v'' The iortureB ,.  . -''/  Of the Flu'    And the damned-   � Asd we think TheB9 masks'^ Are a.tye>^mple ^ Of camouflage. Ladles gallivant  �  Down the street lAQking like beauties  * * Of the harem' And the men look i4ke Jesse 'James At his worst And you can't tell ^* .  . �Whether you're meeting' *. * Your piivaite bootlegger   � Or the chief    . . Of the fly copg.  0 * And really the situation  � le very embarrassing   � And we almost know    How to Bynpatbiac WlthiKalw Bii'H,: The greatest camoufleur    Of aem all. British Cric^ejrs,^ Fo'the latest casualty list Jssued contBlning the names of sevefal well known sportsmen. ^ . ' tieutenant J. W. Gamett, wjub ft reported missing, yi%& coxswalp'Of the Pembroke eight at vCan^brltl^e land also at HenleysTtind coacheA '^tlie^'Trent eight -it Cambridge'- in. 1910:.'. , � "UeHt^ant C bmius tp meialiei-a of the inside 6i#lltBBrvIce will he. cop-fiaed tp those rec^Jyliig�aJi�ll�9 more than $1-880 p{^ dhptimi we^^i leaa-' firmed by a^ menadrandUna^'in .MtQUtijIlf tlon of thB-o'i^or''in5fettUBCjtl''8riJ^ri�'g the bonus, laiu^d this oveninj|,^:.Thi|, amodpt payable tq any one pe'rsqii'^tH' not exceed-$2B0; -^The CJvil B^rjrjc? ffl/iBratlon aiskftd 'for; a flat bon'M iipj^ ?35o.-:; e'' � �; ^" , The order. ia.ooui)cll relatil^E'^rfj.-4' wiar bonus, to-JfclVn s^rvanta'isappUifi the pnncipleg itff (he post/office iHj^^: raent to the'' 'employees, both- pe^Bia-nent and tempoiSir^, o^:the.bufsiffif'|tif? vice dn-�U'*thpjirtther, the govf)rrtba�n'^ �olSlB servants, the �the dispoaalof, not .excee(^H|g-ln^ for each-i scn^Vic^ohiJiS de fi^|ry "o^ mof nuaif losM- used' the'fbonmes in s c6i>aing"'f& the prt iPjcqpimittee, th e person n Subject to the' iprovides for a wa^ in the In/side sen; and temporary, an income of Jess f not exceeding $2ad increase in salarj-j received d^^lng^b aggregate of bonfj not exceed $1880^ iC]  ..B9tnB, Nov. 8.-Tlia^.p6p'ulJl�   iil�n|Kof Tyrol and Vorwlberg, * � Wa^M'tBternmatt part-.'of'Alia- V ,,:Wai:4*�v�"j8Pptol�d : to' -.the  iwWs' federal couQCil (o-.Band ^ > '|bpd,''The bouncil.iiaat the re' .4> QUBBt' to the Franeb- .iam^^fiaa- *  4or, who win tranBuiit;it:l;a the �  .�lil4�. goveriimaiitB. to .the  paiiAMme IhaitedBral council  *!�'^iiifiiBtiidying ineiiia tp eptcnd arid 4 Botoii ��;pbaiible tortke two  .,>liiatrictB,.,,--v'i--  1^8^ �^ NgWillord,, NOV. S,-*-A very,^pretty weddingi.H^flte solemnized' here;, last MOitday-'iviening in the hottril, the con-'iira�f wSovwdrelt&e-reoiltieots idiUne >^ai^lD^ t)i#!P�f Bday -Olbt'i bn|T one ii:,^boB� lAiv^ng iti�Hi�y. Ho Is, '' ---i and riocal iped Ow-very and |iew'(i ii hard sainpKgi^ lis go-hWorR-pt the %BJ^f^^d:Jin ap-bein^j&raed in s at ijethbrldfie^-l^efore ,oseB the '^locaI .coinmlttee cb 4be t70,0jD0:iJBdlotfad to tat allii JOlB:iLKIE^ Prior, to comin* to tblB city, he was asaoolated with ane of the ooal com-panlea' at Taber. . Befpra that, ha was with the 0. P. R. at 'Winnipeg. He WB5 jjorp.ln Iioidla'84 yearii ago, hid , t�ther'^ being �.' Dr,. yfma, � noted I'reBbytarlail mlsalohary. .His fathar'vIjBltQd hldt. here thiti'year, haying bean in QMAdii'on., furlbiigh. He haa Blnqe raturaaa to India. A brother, a olvil einglheer, and ' a atRter, In Toronto; Aa well aa hia :Ath'er lind motbbr survive.'Mr. Wllkle'came to Oa)tad�^ as a''child and was ciducittpa In Toroni^o'. " �  In 10i�, J))r.' 'Wllkip ntarr^^^^ a daughter of Rev. Dri Oeffile, paptei' of. Pkrkdala; Presbytfrlan churiah, Toronfd. It was a Juppy upton. Bo^8.;-^AbjBct terror that .the Bolshev'iktjjsre .boming back to kill and rob, relgnji;ln'the hearts of thepeaaants in mnny tillages on the banks of the DvBii^and Vaga rivers back of the allled3.]�te8. The corresponMtfti.-'who has just returned Irom tll'e^Tina-'Vaga front, �toiinjd the peaBantwffiSl of hatred for jihe Bolsheviki, buC^traid to fight. In .many places theyviS've already seen their friends sha^i&A bayonetted or brutally killed by llfi-w torturjjg meth Workers campaign against carefully picked opponents .somewhere down in Texas, Pete, Herman, holder of the bantam title, who Is less than haU of big Jess' bulk, put his entire pugilistic ability at the,disppsal of the Sports Coinmlttge . ^ , Little Hennani'>iW*'-'In'iia:val,aerVJce} at Camp Algiers, noar New Orieaii.s, wires James Coffroth, national director in charge of boxing for the drive-next month, that he will box five, ten or fifteen rounds with any opponent the committee may select for him. TliB bantam champion just says he fs do anything he can to raise '^thp, patriotic, cause. i of'bouts are being dlscus-ew y^prk. The^ one that re,: 1 nil ijacicii Ppl M, hess Jng';tiie-wjeek of t! PPPprtuJiitX lyould ali;^i4J&f^-ch8.n.,ci:-of �;dl8pSlHng the ciaiMv^.ttat Willie Meeiian, the tat-waiste'd California boy, won a fluke four-round victory froBi him in San f;t^nclsco last moat^t. lies. In one little village It Wfts related to the correspondenl:, Bolsherlkt compelled three villagBTB to dig their own graves and jump^fjito them to "try tbem out," The petisantS were shot a mpm.ent: jlater..'TAfs was done, the people chaige, by White Guards. The peasants say they are the real Russian people and they.want the allies to Mn." sufficient fprces tfl'fUar* anti;e sT speedy end'^^'tllef relpi ;yf terror by the BolBhMBftl.'iWhpiji th^ peasants regard as fa|At(cal savages. Meanwhile, poverty fn^the village^ is increasing. There is no kerosene or candles and the people have gone ba'ck three centmlea, using a primi' tive ir.qn. lantern iii *'^"'" ptfi-f^raight, Thi' sui6kihg dried tdosi "^^fjo woRk^^o; �WasUngtoii, Nov',,, parlnitint- today issiji "^ne .aiSiBiiwltprms^hlc^^^ wifejfda^i jilteniogi; .B^iai got ��pTa w4f*po'i.li5�r.f'w^ all ' ' fljrlHiK.la�1totwJijd. In [i4|ClU�arjaUiy wa!8,.p�J�llcly "^'tfimfd.ln;ib'e;f['tlM manage-mant of the Bol8hawlMal4MP>�'a theatre at Petrograd. . NewTprk, Nov. 8.--Resolutlops protesting agalpst the movement to establish a' Zionist government in Palestine as beipg ah "usurpation ot the homes and prpperty of a weakened, IntpoverishQd people by a race rendered, powerf pi through pontact with wQBtern cIvUlzatJon," were adopted last night by 600 aieinberR of the Ramisllah Young : Men's Society of New York State, one ot the strongest Syrian organisatlon� In .this country. The resolution declaring "that no people should be governed against their consent," said that Palestine is held BBcrad .by the world's three great religlQUB and to give precedence to one would prove disastrouB. The ii^esolutlops 'protested against the formatloin of any government based upon rellig)pUB principles" and against "importation of Zionists to Palestine and forcing its Inbabltanisi to immigrate." A committee was appointed to present the reBolutiOn to the proper authorities In Washington.. Central Gafage .Aiui- KINO8 OF AiJTO REiwviJ*, ,ALL KINDS OF AMTO, 9EI ^"^M&m ..,, STORAQE . ACCe(i8pi?rtS\ BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rlnki sor. Srd St. A. 4th Avenue S.,Lathbrldge 1 W. H. OOWLING W. a. COOK< SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery neisda Very iiaire-ful attention during tka cold weather;.; .', Call Our Service u Departihent and we will Bend for �your battery and store same-durlng the winter at reaaonabla rates' at our up-to-date Battery Station. 811 7th Street 8. Phorta l.liB WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any S'Paisenger Car We WiD Overhaul for $35.00 Other Work 60 Cei|b per Hour. ' WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED : 2nd. Ave. Palace 8T0DDART * RAVEN, AUTOMOTIVE ENQINEER8; Do Not Use joKnspn'iVFreeze-Prit^ We recorautilenci it. BUY VICTORY BONDS AND BEAT .TH| POQHES M MIOTOR Cd. BACK OF UNioN BAJVK L,|AyE YOUR OLD -JTIRES AND fi^BES IN OUR RED CNOSS BOX ;