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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ............. ., .______1WW^9SM^X-:M*sicfent. MeCaff-ry of tne'^erento CluB this morn-Inf. r,' : 5 , ThCyLeafc magnate alto haz-ardod-'the' opinlbn that'the diamond '-ap^ert would come back ;�trenB�r than over and that In-tead oCtwe major leaobea there wouM^lte three and th-' ----- would represented lh�m.v and that Torp,nto ^ stented '1n-"*ne/?';^'''" . . ^oroato, Nov. 8-ClintiBene-dict, the cratk goal-keeper of the OttMca Stnators, has ac^ cepted t^rms from^ the.;Canii-dian' Hcrckey Asso^ation vaad ActingrSeuretary Livingstone lAs wired - him confirming. Che contract,' ;Other' �well 'Imown players wllliho in linein^aTew days also^. as ' pracUcallyr all the details liare beeaclpsed. The aasociat^n is going ahead \rith their plans and paying Jio attention tb;,the N.H.'L. meeting on Saturday. � . .. . ?  British Cricketers, Football !*Iayers Figure Heavily in \!, Casualty List CajQiQtifllage , tethliridge, Alberta, ^i^ DeartPolks:^-f L  Si^l^llU&leou5lI;^ ' With'lhe Hun holier .tMALL Toronto, NoT;'i8.^-Sportienthusiasts Will be-^'pleaaed to learn ih^t the reported Seath of Ker. Eattoar Gonter, the "well known rngbyi plaj^r, is untrue, l^iie report of tfte'dealhvof the former Argonaut and "St. 'ntcaael back field player'was stated ;:oii Monday and soon spread over theMsity. However, Rfer. Father Carr, president of St. Michael's College, said this morning that the report was,untrue. A long distance telephone '^(ionversation had been held and it waslsflned that %hU6 Father Gonter had been ill with Innnenza, his condition was'much im-' �roTed..'? Ber. Father Gonter was or- glined jLn November, aod is at- ched to the Buffalo diocese. '.John 'Tilndop, ,Tery aaddenly. St. Thomas,, died iKEEPYOtHt R^IATOR FULL of iMter, It will not-freeze so ��ic|]y. It you do have radiator trouSle of any kind . ANDY. Tha^lRadiator Man, Wfll Fix it RiBht. . Hear Dallas Hotfl (.upstairs) TTorVhelp AUTO TIRES OF ALL IZESM ^ ' ^ VULCANIZED By ^e Famous HajrwoOvJl System RB'TRBAOl NG A RCITAI Rl NG |- By Ssperieneed Workmen. All worf guaranteed. SpeqJ%l EquI^ � imt for Rtm Cut Rjtpairs. ^} R. D. RITCiUE MMisth St. 8. 0pp. Ellison Milts 4a We'Wk&ntalirn"^ HaTtag ^ffereja . ..v The tortures    Of the Flu'  �  And the damned- ' i � Masks. ' � � - ' a  �  And we think �  " ' Theie'masks ' " � i * �    'Are 'a fine'example Of camouflBgie. liadiea gallivant  * * Down the street �   Looking like beautleg ..Gl the.hareini -, And vthe men look -' " � ' *  ^'Bike 'Jesse James -   * .. At his' worst " .  * *� . And you can't^ tell "� *  * TSTiether yon.'re�meeting Your private bootlegger    Of the chief'   � Of the fly cops. �-��� And" really the situation  -�'���ihUhe; iiisfde servicfe'^of' the de&ttmeiati y^celviiiig a ThV severe fighting on the western front has brought a large number of British .sportsmen -under fire, the latest casualty list Issued containing ithe � nanies.qt several well known siSortsmen.' ; Lieutenant J. .W.,Garnett, who is reported missing,, was coxswain of the Pembrnke eight at' Cambridge and also at Henley, and coached the Trent eight atrCampidfe Jn^^iall)..' -vr C, . Lleutehant Colonel h; v. Bastowe, wounded, is a keen soldier-sportsman. He played a good deal of cricket an^!^ rackets for*his regiment, both- 'at h6me,.,and inilndia,;,- ' , ' >  ; 6Spikin A..G. Tfipmpson,' rejpbrted j mis[^inS, isVnO\>' stated to'haVe''*een- kill&fein ;|ct|ph. ::vHe haa:;at;|il8tin- salary; of "not md!;,-___ - guished cdreer at Edinhurgh-;MiYer- .^^xm, to'be usei:3ii, thB^�&i;meni�? of sity, where he won the gold-meflal as 'the bonuses in suefi^a6'pa?tmeittte'^''a>3-^^ e pr^(SpleB^'iiettlM%. (iie'i tria, have appealed to . the Swiss federal council 'to send food. ^ The councllVent'the'request to the'FroncK'ambassa-^j -dor,' who iviil transmit it to fhe ?.allied 'goverrin^^ntSt,,In' the -� He was a member'"of the Masonic order. It is a coincidence that the presi--dents of the Rotary Clubs at Medicine Hat and Lethbridge have both been victims ot the influenza'. THESE MR CAM (Buy a Victory Bond). The first shipment of Jett and Fur-man cattle bought recehtly by P. Burns � Co. was made today. Thesu cattle, about lOOO head,-were''bought Gennan '�;Wthdtfw�l''^rrom Dun. Bx-%bout' a couple ,ot mo�tha'; ago, , They wedding was solemnised' -here last majority of thefshops there are Ger-Motfday evening in the hotel, the con-, man signs. Germans Glad to Yield. Wlth-the American Army on the Se- tractlng partfes bein^-Mlgs M; White of N6biefbrd..Vand'Mr|;Vfemes, Poison of l^odicine Hatl.-'The ceremony was' dan Front, Nov. 9.-^"What is-the use pertormfed!'by'Hi>8' iieyL'J^^ of staying out .there to be killed on the tliB-%kdegniaid^being jjijls .Bm and last day," wasNthe ;comment of ,'scores tiie'^�ritlegrobm-Mr.tij.^t^^ The of. prisoners broiight in yesterday by ,fiBp#.Wu^ie,"whToiV&re�lig;r]flcipient8 Ihe^merloans.^ The captured Ger- :dux of the .jvhore school in 1900?^being."-cording to the 'in, the nigbf lifteis'n, >;aiMlJ>crtpW^^^ t ^eleven in->his la�� tvfo-.years - hnd -wjii-iijng the imjjfe rape''in.'the spprts.rof .1900. H^.^'stimissed 'his blue;;for =^6lf �at OxforSp:for-' he'%as a-'verj^ iJine player. �  - D. W. Jennings, the famous Kent county cricketer, has died from result j of shell shock. i Two - well known footballers have J made the big sacrifice in E.D. Light-j Itoo't of Toftenllom Hotspur and Leon-' ! ard Bradley, the noted Pontypool i rugby player. Lieutenant D. G. Frater, killed, was^f !a well known member of the-Auriol in and an income of less ttfSh,|188Q ot,a a�m noXexceeding ?250,4in'-ad[&itlpn;to any. increase in salary o?;' otSir aiipwances received during tbe-war; prodding''the' aggregate of bonus? local of.-hi^Ithsare .tamgJtt^J* hoped ijS#|!ct;,.pJDr&^cases' will Je^lSp. O^, iBB' ftjito^^^^ very fep^'^ltbi^ y.n town these "days and p^OPOsttid; ja)a^j^ Is go- in;g':,on "StttbdjSty >j^'M-'ifi]^'jw'prk ;of the eaii]yi9�s^B vhag sd far jresufted'. in ap-. �}i)!cittiJng'*or $46,000 Jeing-yu'rued in lo^ii^adquarters at L%tb�iri'dge. -: Before ; rowing-club and-stroked the winning time, the-governtnen'E?JW�comles �effeet-ivfitomdrriw*' them out." The peasants were shot a moment later. This was done, the people chargo, by Whitei Guards. . , The peasants .say they ajre the realj Russian people and' they want, the al-j lies to r.'M-,' sufticienti-'foroes to'guar-j ant-^e a speedy end ;"io the reign'of, terror by thn Bolshevilti, wliom the peasants regard as fanatical savages. Meanwhile, poverty in the village^ is Increa.sing-. There la no kerosene or candles and the people hg.ve gone back three centuries, using,;a,5rlmi^. tive iron lantern in:srhicb'tOi1)v.-9.^News from JWosc^w.-that hldxirm GfP\