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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 191R "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc Mantis . 51 NOW  TMAT'J i'5** ft\ WHAT I CALL I B. C. SNOW SLIDE Nelson, B.C., Nor. 14.-William Hon-not J. is dead nnil Alexander Forest in missing and Oeorgo Blanc Is solious-ly Injured as u result of having boon caught, in n snowslldo near the Consolidated Mines, near Sandon, B.C: Blanc with Ills ribs 'crushed crawled to a minor's cabin today and said that Donnett was carried over a precipice Monday and that Forest had not been heard of since Monday afternoon when ho started Tor Sandan to carry the news of tHo txaRody. Blanc was hurt by the slWe which killed Itonnott. TO A PLACE OF SAFETY, i Amsterdam, Nov, 15.-Officers of the German service have taken the German crown prince and his eldest ion to a place of safety, according to the Tageblatt of Berlin. The Sport Page TI GREAT SPEED DURING J918 SEASON CUBBY FAVORITE II MORE DEATHS AT Considering the 101P Grand Circuit racing season solely from the standpoint of extreme speed, especially In the trotiing division, the records made far surpass those of any other year, particularly in number of fast beats trotted in races, number of horses making the records and the general �peed average for the to'.al. The racing season ot 1017 was looked upon as the best in harness turf annals for the above points, yet the result of the season just closed makes a much better showing. Taking the customary standards of trotting speed at 2:05, a clip always considered fast enough to outclass race trotters from regulation purse acd stake events, the year's records are unsurpassed when compared with any other past season. Thirty-Nine Fast Heats Last year through the entire Grand Circuit 10 trotters figured as wlnncra of heats in racos at 2:05 or faster, the entire group trotting a total of 32 heats at that clip. This yoar 12 trot-tors have gained that honor, with a total of heats, and whtlo the ,12 boats Of 191T showed a speed average of a shade slower than 2:03%, the average for the .*!� heats this yoar Is almost 2: OS flat. ' In point of number of performers, heats and average apecd, this showing has never been equalled, conslde.-ing the fact that those figures pertain exclusively to actual racing contests and performances against time not considered. Last year the topnotch performers were Early Dreams, with seven heats to bis credit, and Mabel Trask with six, St. Frisco having five, while this year Lu Princeton has no less than 14 winning heats to h)s credit from 2:0" to 2:05. only one at tho slow clip, �while St. Frisco negotiated Dine, one equal to his former mark of 2:01?;, und another in 2:02V�, or against his ocond fastest ot 1917 in J:03. What was the speed showing of theso two turf sensations can hotter be judged by tho fact that both Lu Princeton and St. Frisco showed al- ANDY The Radiator Man Has Moved to 418 5th Street S. AUTO TIRES OF ALL 81268 VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. Alt work guaranteed. Special Bqulp> Dent for Rim Cut Repairs, R. D. RITCHIE CM 13th St. 8. Opp. Elliaon Mills most the exact speed average or just a shade slower than in 2: it:;1.; for their respective total beats of 14 and nine, while the latter'? five-heat average last year was about the same fraction slower than In 2:03V These are record performances by two race trotters never before equalled, while the closest to thorn was the showing of Mabel Trask last year when she trotted only sU heats from 2.024 than any past season, not only by the abovo dozen, but many others. It is needless to say that as a slro of speed and race horses the stallion St. Frisco Is now the top-notcher of the light harness horse breeding. ing of the $10 to $1 prices of admls slon thoy had paid. Never Gets Rattled "In all Clabby j, fights in Australia ' -and he had at least 40 fights, all of which I havo witnessed-ho has nev- j or appeared to bo rattled. 1 know from | talking with him after that on sover- � occasions he saw nothing but hazy at-1 ; tr.ospheru with v�" aa It is possible to make them, and the knock-em-down boya will find everything aa pleasant aa a wadding ball. After a few weeks to give the trundlera a chance to get their hand In It le likely a leasee will be organised. lie passed away. The r-mainlng moru-bers of both families are doing well. Both were burled in the local cemetery on Saturday, the Kev. I}. II. Tol-fer, of Carmangay, officiating at the graveside. At the tlmo of writing, young Haw ley "  expected to live, though the best Is hoped. Mr. .1. \V. Murchison. who has been very sick, (s reported to he improving. His sister trom Calgary, has been In attendance for some days. Louis Hollander, who has been In steady attendance on the Rock family, took sick ycierduy and has found a good bed al Mr. J. Harper's home. Mrs. Spittle of Carmangay, was nursing in town for a day or so but had to return home. The S. O. S. has '..con sounded far ami wide for mir-"-, hut without avail, till yesterday. wh"n one Mrs. Gallagor arrived from (\iU:ary. Almost every ono of the dozens who havo been nursing for two week-- ar�i now down. The thanks of the district is due to those who are keeping up tho supply of chicken, epgs. milk. etc. It requires a time like this to discover tho real heart, soul and religion of our ' neighbors. The epldowlc is no respector of persons. First it got tho doctor and at last it heat the mlnlstor. Two ot the teachers. Miss Itoo and Miss McLaughlin and two merchants, Mr. Dur-kes and Mr. Moffatt are the latest to fall. Everybody was celebrating yesterday as far us the flu would allow. Our train service has been reduced to a tri-weekly affair, that Is, It runs down one day and tries to run up tho next. In spite of the epidemic and that everybody is more or less laid up, nearly thirty thoys^sd dollars' worth of Victory Honds woro sold In town yesterday, including one sale made by I'ercy Watson, ono of our returned veterans. B. \V. "Wallace of Yorkton, has been appointed a school Inspector for tho district of Yorkton to succetf Dr. J. T. M. Anderson who has been appointed director of education. | PREPARE FOR WINTER DONT WAIT TOO LONG We hare a food selection of Winter Goods: Robes, Heaters, Engine Covers, Anti-Freeze, Chains, Dry Cells, Winter Oils. WC HAVE A COUPLE OF GOOO USED CARS FOR 8ALE AT BEDROCK PRICES. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" .San Francisco.-Fred Fulton and Kid McCoy have arrived In San Francisco, both on the trail ot W'illio Mee-lian and each porfeclly willing to bet oodles and oodles of coin on tho ability ot the other to send tile l'liat Sailor to the cleaners; heat hbn up and Otherwise maltreat him. Fulton, after paying his respocts to Sun Francisco and saying how nim:li he'd llko to show tho folks of our fair j city that he is no slacker, left for Los Angelos, evidently determined to got out of here boforo somebody booked him for a charity engagement. McCoy, however, has remained behind. Meehan la Unperturbed Meelian, apprised of tho presence of tho two heavyweights-the ono retired and the other kuockod out, merely paused to remark: "Well, I need sparring partners. Why not Invito them over to Shannon's, starting next Monday? We cau have a lot of fun." Fulton Is evidently lacking In a full appreciation of how cordially ho Is disliked by Han . Franciscans, else he never would havo stopped hero-abnuts. hut Fred, minus Mike, Collins, tho man.'igor, who still manages, but Is no friend, Is quite wllllii;; to talk, All that Fulton wants is more chancus. Would Meet Dempsey Again Ho would lllto to fight Jack Dempsey again, and is quite suro the battle would havo it different ending. Also, Fred says, he stands willing to box Moehan for any sort of a benefit right hero in this city, whoro, on tw� separate occasions, Fulton dogged St. "I realize that I got myself in wron>pt�cUl* lhl� tf ran ui� an AuloSlmp Safety ftainr- th�onlrr�f'�r thai thati*n� lu own Uajia. thartfota. (he only onr that I* aKayt In twrfect lhavtnii comilllon. TaVf aitvtr.taait of our 30 Han' Itfn trial am] obtain an AutoStfort ftnin >nur d?alrr. Try li tin�l�f ah emHIliana ami if not fntlt.tyaada-factory rnluro it tor tefund-tbcft'a rm otiMtf ollitfaltun. AataStrep SafttyRuorCo. liana* *M7Da4ala. M Tattato.OM. Ottawa, Nov, 14.-Advices > from tho provincial govern- ? of the four western provinces ? show that influenza conditions > are such that the churches will 4� not bo open next Sunday and It eminent, therefore, bus fixed ? tho date for Sunday. Dec. I. : ( Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLV AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. 4. 4th Avenua 8., Lethbrldge W. H. OOWLINQ W.S.COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, M otorittt very care-tho cold Your battery needs ful attention during weather. , Call Our Service Department and we will send for your battery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our up to date Battery Station. 311 7th Street t. Phana �1� Flag." T. K. Roberts sang. "Wo'll Never Let the OM Flag Fall," every one singing the chorus, und J. O. Drldga rendered "Hit tho Trail That Leads to Mother." Tho mooting cloa ed with Uod Save tho King. At five o'clock the parade started from the town hall and encircled the town. In tho lead was the Union Jack and returned vats, Lieut. Swift and family and Hoy Hudson, the drlv-or was Pte. Qeggle; next in order came tho parents and families of the soldiers killed in action, parents and families of other enlisted men, Hod Cross workers led by President Brad-shaw. The 'prise auto" was decorated by Mrs. Shelton and daughters In whlto body und Bed Cross decorations. Mrs. Sholton and her daughters, Myrtle, Lylo and Ituby all In Red Cross costume was very nice. Tho Victory Loan canvassers carried tho honor flag; John Bull, Undo Sam and other prominent characters; the "Clown" I'rlnce rode tho donkey; the Kaiser chained, numerous clowns and a group of young ladles as pelrottea all made a good parade. The Mopla congre oil Uia corasr m treat ot the ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK GUARANTEED EXPERT MECHANICS REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING DONE AT Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for $5.00 per month. Wa have also made arrangements to have your battery lookeaf afttr for 31,00 per month while your car Is in storage. Stop! Look and Loosen! Buy Victory Bonds! BAALIM MOTOR Co. ' BACK OP UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN pUR RED CROSS BOX 89 3403 7016 ;