Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX TTIE LETTTBRIDGK OAILT HERALD H99-B-i>- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1flJ8 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McM anus JOHN B. WILKIE (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGET NEXT YEAR Toronto, Nov. 8.-There there will be baseball next year was predicted by President McCaff- ry of the Toronto Club this morning. The Leaf* magnate also hazarded the opinion that the tlia-msnd sport would come back stronger than ever and that instead of two major leagues there wcjld be three and that Toronto would be represented in one of them. Toronto. Nov, �.--Clint Bene-diet, the crack goal-keeper of the Ottawa Senators, has accepted terms from t!u> Canadian Hockey Association and Acting-Secretary Livingstone has wired him confirming the contract. Other well known players will bo In line in a few day? also, a? practically nil the details have been closed. The association is going ahead with their plans and paying no attention to the N.H.L. meeting on Saturday. British Cricketers, Football Players Figure Heavily in Casualty List Will Not Exceed $250 and AVer-lipe Will Be SI75-Higher Paid Men Don't Get It �>�> ?* 4. �> Letibrldge, Nov. ?th. Alberta, FOOLED THEM ALL Toronto. Nov. S.-Sport enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that the reported death of Rev. Father Gonter, the well known rugby player. Is untrue. The report of the death of the former Argonaut and St. Michael back field player was stated on Monday and soon spre.ui over the city. However, Itev., Father Carr, president of St. Michael's College, said this morning that the report was untrue. A long distance telephone conversation had been held and It was learned that whilo Father Oonter had been 111 with Influenza, hi* condition was much Improved. R.ev. Father Gonter was ordained In November, 1017, and is attached to the Buffalo diocese. John Llndop, Tery suddenly. St. Thomas, died ANDY The Radiator Man Hat Moved to 418 5th Street S. AUTO TIRES OF ALL Sizes VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING tt REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 20S 19th SI S. Opp. Ellleon Mill* Dear Folks: - V * Simultaneously * With the Hun holler *j For helv * We break out a(?ain �> Having Mtff�rad The tortures Of tho Flu' And the damned- Masks. And we think These masks Are a fine example V Of camouflage. Ladles gallivant Down the street Looking like beauties � Of the harem And the men look Idko Jesse James � At his worst � And you can't tell m m m Whether you're meeting � Your private bootlegger � * Or tho chief � Of tho fly oops. And really the situation M Xe very embarrassing * And we almost know How to sympathize With Kaiser Bill. The greatest camouflour � � Of tham all. The ?overe fichtim: on i!ie w> -tern 1 front has linn,;!.! a hue" number of lUiMsll sp-M-'fUnder fire, the latest Mfua'ty u�t isst;,.-d containing ! the Haines of several well known J sportsmen. ; Lieutenant J. \Y. tonne'.:, who r�anian. lie played a Rood deal of cricket and; racket,, for hi have Ven ! killed in notion. Ho h.ul n dl?tin-career at Kdinlnrgh uiilver-wlirre he .von the ;;old meilui us f til" who:.- ..-hoot In I!>�. 1 The order In coutn-il relating to a j war funtiH to civil Movants applies ; th" prim-ip',"* of th" post office settlement in tho employees, both permanent and temporary. the outside ser-� vi. e in all the.-other departments of ; - lie govurnmunl. j In order Hint the amount may 'be j (HMWbute'l in accordance of the juhI : chlms and ne quest to the French ambassador, who will transmit it �o the allied governments. In the meantime the federal council fs studying means to extend aid as soon as possible to the two districts. CoNTlNUKD FROM FlKlNT i*AMI on the front from Hassey lo Mnrlln-court last night was marked by artillery and machine gun fighting F'ag Flies Over Dun. With tho American Army on the Se-!d�n Front, Nov. ;�.- The American flog * I today is flying over Dun-sur-Mense I Dun Is a picturesque town on the oast' s>!bnnk of the Mouse u,nd Is situated on high hills whose steep .-.lopes rise abruptly from the main street The usual despoliation marked the Gernuin withdrawn! from bun. Kx- Prior to coming to this city/ho was associated with one. of the coal companion nt Tabor. RoTore, that, ho was with the 0. 1*. II. nt Wlnnlpog lie wns born in India 114 yearn ago. his father boiiiK Rov. Dr. Wllkto. rt noted Presbyterian missionary. His. father visited him hore. this year, having baun in Canada on furlough. He. has slncn returned to India. A brother, a civil engineer, and a glutei-, in Toronto, as well 0.1 hln father and mother survive. Mr. Wilkle onmo to Canada as u. child and wm uducato'j in Toronto. In 1914, Mr. Wllklc marriml 11 daughter of Ilov. Dr. Oeggio, paslnr of Parkdnle ProsHyterlan cliiiroh, Toronto. It was a happy union. Bo,-Hldcn hln wife, Mr. Wllklc leaves tv:'i small chlldron, ono only a few wcokt>' old. Uev. Ur. Oegglo is in Franco, en-ijngod in Y. M. C. A. work, but Mr*. Degglo Is in I.othbrldgo, having boon with her daughter for some months. Miss Oeggie, is aluo here. Mr. Wllkio was an notlv#> mombet" of Knox I'roshylorian church and the Y.M.C.A. and also of tho Masorin order. It is rt coincidence that the presidents of tho Ilotary Clubs nt Medlclni Hat and Lothhrlrlgn have both lieeij victims of the Influenza. THESE TABER CATTLE SHOULD TOP MARKET 1 Buy 11 Victory Bond). Tlie first shipment of Jett and Fur. mini cattle bought recently by I'. Burns ,v- Co. was made toda'y. Theso cattle, about 1000 head, were bought about a couple of montb nn,1 win- i- milo 10'" l-i riie-'-ports ot 1-1 !�.isceii liip bin�� (or rolf jor lie, was a. very (Inn d, ai'.; e r .I;e.l mad.- : he i foot of To; an! lir-n'.l. riifby play 1 l.i"Uti'Ua:.t !> - > , . servants, th.' ,.................... ,______... . , . . . the disposal ,f each d-imrimcht aaHm'^WV wln',U'' ^''".^ef" t>o recipients not exieedinK in the, aggregate �nr. �' '��iy use u and beautlfu 1 Presotjts. arh p�rson engaged in tho ItwUlo'"", "�r Medicine lint on th. Tuesday 'train. '. Spanish Fin' has �o far got only one victim here, tho suction boss having gone down with it on Saturday, lie U. however, icttinj ovor it nicely and with tho ptocautions that th" loiai Jt to xce .-i �"-o |^�oi�rd of health ore taking it in hoped ,t*rc-K4.iiiK"thro,i>r'*�i un',,nr* ^'i1 ',nrt'Iot,�ow- � - � ing 1� tho flu there has been very few visitors in town thexo day* and vho uro in receipt of '*�" �? nsuoHnRs at all news is a hard . than list* of u sum I ��rop�'�l?� �o icrvlce of the department re'.'olvlng a sa'.ary of not more than I18S0 per annum, tn tie used in thu/pnymont of the bonuses in such dnjinrtntont, t�e-conlnu, to th" pi ineipjep settled by the .-ulwo;:.!:iitte.-. th. both permanent; .0, in addition to any Th� Victory Loan campaign is go lili KIIOU J! J. I � a a-terlf:.-� i:i Kit. Cuot- 1 "Ilboi;! I lotspur - 'd I.e ill- ' ,. . . ti.e noted Pontypiio! . , ,.. r. j ,., Wis, 111 ila- ce.l �1 to take ;�th.r"anowan^ .--ooWr ��. th� ,-r, of the ury iie'Wi ar, providing tho � onus nud ualary shall pftr annum, the in-ilfectias from April 1, C Crater, killed. II. I. Muir. I I a well known member of the .\nt.o|; I rowing tl'tb an I -'."okeil tio- \\ if.n'r.i-,: j i-rew in th" junior eights at M.uluw I regatta In l\>\I 1 I.ii-uti-natit Colonel . wounded, is a prumln": 1 the Maiubest-r Athletic (~iu',i and of 'the West of .Vutiand harriers. lil-i brother, Mr. I-.'. >!uir. is tin- well 1 known amateur .-tarter, a member of the Manchester A. C. and Chnshlro i Tallyho II. an I JI.. inn) one of (bo �keenest lovets of uthle'Ics and rughy (footli-tll In the .M.tncin--ter district, i Lieutenant Colonel .1. (!. Dooiier. killed, was a well known -vripti-r ami ihivi-iiuarter buck of th" Bradford college and Idyal Military academy. Captain It K. nntminoiul, killed. , was a forward of Walnon's college 1 and IVc-t of Scotland F.C. .lack Hol'on. th-task, When all your prospects mask. Concluding a long oration duty to-" He saiuouls through his rag sold me two." wear It's your Some But Cut can't of Dr. WilTlum T. Little, ton, died of influenza. of Fleaher- wtaiiim/tmmttmiitmmnBaaam PREPARE FOR WINTER DON'T WAIT TOO LONG We have a good selection of Winter Goods: Robes, Heaters, Engine Covers, Anti-Freeie, Chains, Dry Cells, Winter Oik WC HAVE A COUPLE OF GOOD USED CAR8 FOR SALE AT BEDROCK PRICES. BU0U MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSe OF SERVICE" New York. Nov. 7--While Jess Wll-lard, u irbl'.s heavyw 1 � 11;� 11 e) ampi-in, offers to do bl� bit for tin' I'liiteil War IVurimr.i cainfjiiiKii ajt.-ilimi caret ully picked opimneir.s romev,here down in Texas. I'etc Ili-rman, bolder of th" bantam title, who 1-: lev.a than hal' of bii; .less' bulk, put bis entire puttilis-llt ability at tho disposal of the Sport., Committee. Little Herm-in. now in naval service at Cam]i Algiers, pear New Or!" 'tis, wires James Cnffro'h, nation.il dii"--tor in i-har^e of boxing for tiio drive next month, thai lie will bo\ five, toi! or fifteen r muds with an. o|ipo;i-ent the coiumit'i-e may .-eleci I'.r him. The baulain 1h: mpi-'!i just says he is Willing to do at;} !li;:i'.: be can lo rai.se funds for th" pi! 1 ii.tie can e. Ail ijprls of jjoiu.s ,-u-i' beljj:; discus-6f all nations of th> tfth and ISth centuries, in two thousand volumes. Gorky's wife, the actress Andrs-yevna, has been give* the management of the Bolahevlkleftfaaple'e theatre at Petrograd. Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Freeze-Proof. We recommend it. BUY VICTORY BONDS AND BEAT THE B0CHE8 BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 12864289 75352?