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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1917 LETHHRinciB O.M.LT liF.n.U.D PACK THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" y G. McManus [Hein Working Hard to In Shape to Meet Anderson HARRY HEIN, BOWLER AND WRESTLER Harry Is a big favor- Lhc.wlth the pding Into ehjps In good (for his match' with Walter Ander- of Saskatoon at Barons on sWecinesday' evening next Hein 2his developod, Into quite a bowler he etruck his Scannon ball Is winning fame for In the great winter pastime fin the king of live burgs. ,1F he can say mornlna that he Is In condition to go the route the boya.of Barons will back him heavily agalnit An- derson. The match here a tough one but the return engage- ment at Barona will be'something to remember In the years to come. It will be a. fight of science, brawn and mucde from the drop of the hat. Also Arrange For Reduc- g The Player other Meeting Ky., Club j ot the American Assoctallon leula- ly JccltJetl 'to upeji their Reason iit Mny weeks later, llian e opening data o'fV Jih'd cuaacd tbo foaalbillly of reducing player limit. President HIcXcy 1 ft''mfcAUne would be held In Chi- HALT FOR RAIDS Links of Britain Target For Huns, Hut Game Still Goes Oh, Tbe belief that the EagllBh have no scnsu of humor has become such a popular cr.e lliat it is now nlmost. platitude. However. If there is realty anything In ft at all, it would ac that nn must needs be made fia.llie case of (lie golfing clemeni, wlto i in the air mndc by the Huns cv- 1 f-.ty now and then appear to lr.ini I tapped a veritable fountain of fur. I U'oiiicn and children are not tho rnly targets lor the readers. I balke-J of "llieir'legitimate prey" i driven away by. the defensive ?L (lie menx turn to tho j courses, -.vlicre they drop a few bombs and tnon jfiy toward Ihe Jlhlne lo re pon to tlicir olflclalg the succs'a-i 'ol heir enterprise and lo give Jsi 0 tliQ.public of how another eecl 1 Londoii has been laid In mini or other danijfie done of inllllary Impon ance. _ Nothing- Humorous __ average parson rnils lo contain lllllc or noih ng of a humorous, nature, even .he target happeus to bo a golf cnur'so Jill Instead of "getting wildly excite .another, fltia putting turned Into a yarning knlghl of thi best of matters land' extract as raucl satisfaction and excitement from dfs 'covering aud.charting Ihe lilts as the would In a contest with colonel bogey It IE said that the golfers can scarce ly wait for to start out o their tour 61 exploration. -No -priz Is given to the one -who discover the most craters, but instead those wh arc first on tho scene arc allowed i name and mark these, and this is con side red compensation enougu. v. "Big and Little Willie" It appears (hat this game has bee going on for some time, one clu which bad its bombed by Zeppelin having set tEe fashion b adopting Ihe two caFit lea that re suited ns bunkers and by altering th layoitt of Ilia round to suit. As 01 of Ihe plla was the othj email, they were named respective! "Dig .Willlev and "Little YVIIHc." So for tbo putting greens have su fercd but little, and Ihe Englhh thuslaats are "hoping that their luc will continue to bold. Occasional a teeing ground is blown complete oft Ihe map, but this doea not malt very much. Durluc a raid one we known course had a teeing groun blown lo smithereens by a bonib'dro pcd from a frustrated .German ni chine on its way home. Was there man dismayed? There was not. i_ soon as Ibe raider had passed awa plans for next season. Club owners of Western and TOM MB Central Leagues met laal night fo con- Inio the blue the fircen commltt. slder plans for thtt coming an Inspection, and decided th President. Dlckeraoii of the. Western I they would build B, new Ice. furth Leaguo stated positively that his or-'back and-use the cavity as a bunk THE CANADIAN' OFFICE BOY JOINS UP. JOHNNY don't t' think he's only onf llial c'n own I ect five dollars reailr to make mo first payment'on a ollar bond- FREE fGRYC People's Forum WANT COMMISSION GOVT. ABOLISHED .thai lias I sen spent upon taking over T Ibe club and turning that into .such luxurious offices and grand surround- ings and ree'illing lo mind tbe many sight scelnK jaunts, enjoyed by tbe commissioners at the tni payers ex- pense during the past year, led me to exclaim In my own mind who the devil should pay for all that, and -we havo got no report as to how much good alon RovGTnmcnl. e In this shOrl distance off the water main, i: I llv people? If our money we pay f thai is not small F. want you to In the Bab! t of letting ui Inspect your battery (regardless ot 113 nr.iko) refiularly. 'Hila we do Itec of cbarae, thus materially increas- ing Ihe life of your battery. Should repairs bo necessary we will maLu them at moderate cost- The Starting and Lighting Battery fliTea you a service on which you can always depcof and at the Tery mlnlrnuni of cost. Hemember, Hie balldT chcuen Ihe U. S. Nat7 for Subma- rlau: gun filial and 'Hial'da rccomtteftiniioa hard 10 bcJI. rf oui tin Jinlce, HARRY PILLING 322 SIXTH STHEET 3. PHONE 487 .OPPOSITE HEHALD ganlzatlon would.- stall, but Harry Stahlhelcr, president, of .-the Central League, declined to make any pre- dictions In regard to his circuit. It Is regarded as likely (hat the Central League .nnlll th6 end ot the war. lari T. Haum, of Sap Francisco, tfr- vi5 linaiitmously elocted vice- president to succeed T. died-last'Febriiirr. Dan O'Neill ot IhrKord, ''was elected. a Ine national board ot arbf- Irallo'n lo succeed Mr. Murnane. fo on Decembor 17 to dccldo on wood, OnL John Breckonridge, jusllcfl of the tcaco for manjr yeara, died at Wcsl- ON YOUR TIRES topped drives. a short tltalnnce so as to give us waler service. We "were asked wbere the devil wo thought the money could bo got Lo pay for iL After some 5 about Lhc amount of money Kingston, Ont, Nov. Tho eiain- nation, of Father Moa was lesumcd .hla morning when the case of Sister S'ary Basil against Archbishop Spratt prcceuded Tfitto. Tho said ;c had received a letter from Arch- Jishop Spralt 11 rider date 917, forbidding him to liayc any furth- communication with Slaler Mary 3asil. He obeyed the order and told .he sister that lie could..ho loDger'aci as her, counsel." Father Wea '.told of Sister" Mary Basil accompanying him afler tho abducLlon to Smiths Falls to attend tho funeral brother In law. He ea lit tli at ho had secured Hi r pdrmlsslorf of the archbishop for the sister lo accompany him. and His Crace said that the mother general had also clven her permission. lie had ashed for a sister to nccom 1'nny Sister Jlary Basil fis'a compari Ion lint was told Hint this 'was Jnipns slhle RS trie slaters were" too busy to spare Lwp. of them.' -v William DIHey, chief of police, said ttiat Policcm'an who (a chare- cd with abducting Sister Mary Easll, I" ad been given pcrnilsslpri at the re, quest of Dr. Phelan lo help remove n -iman. Archbishop Spratt said ho rcraoni; ipr Mea regarding an assault on -Mary Basil in Uic convent at iellevlllc. The evidence> of Ihc motb- cr general given, in tbe eiamination. !or discovery was olso partly read, wiLncas said" that" because .ot llha'ac-' lions of Sister Maxy Basil it'was, de- cided by tbo niotner general and tbe council to send her the Sisters oE Charily In and arraugcmenls were ' receive her, Dr. In examination for dis- covery, said that ho tad not declared Sister Mary Basil insane and denied ever having given1 the'mother general a certificate to effect. He adnilt- ted hiving tolU tnc chief.oE police that1 she was not crazy only troublesome. When the court rose, for luncheon, >Lr. Tilley.-K. C., urns opposing a mo- tion to, have' certain. defCDdants' stricken from the plea. L During ILe course of his argumont he said tbat llic object" In abducting Rlslcr UasJl and taking-her to on aaylum was to nullify tho report she was sending to Home regarding conditions" In St. Orplianaec. Tho report of a lubfiUc could not be expected lo carry much [ght, said Tilley. '1. the money Is to be obtained to extend BASEBALL LEAGUE CONVENTION LoulavlUc. Ky., NOT. the selection of Peora, J1J., lor the 19lS convention clly. Ibe Rational Asao- elation of Baseball Leagues annual convention hero today. The Jfeorla meeting will be early-next No- Vembef. LIVE STOCK CONVENTION. by_lhe largest number of livestock men ever assembled at! one mccllng, the fifth convention ot Iho Wcalern Canftdo.' Uva Slock Association opened In tho pnrUament buildings Ihla-morning.' GREAT LACROSSE PLAYER DEAD Montreal, Nov. death Is announced of Jamea D. Me-' Voy one of Ihe great Shamrock lacrosse players of two decades ago.' Ho played'on the homo aide of centre and tlld.TDiich to win. the championship In Octo- ber, 1892, which was one of the raost brilliant years the Sbam- rbcXa'erer liad. lie WAS one of the moat popular placers on Ibe team been USD be nefer lost hla temper and never was rut- ed olMor. assault. 0 4 4 4 v 4 4 4 -0 ater mains. We who live off the nter main must content ourselves to continue to fIJp waler oul of barrels until oiis high salnrled, well-travelled luxuriously surrounded autocratic commissioners can devlsb aome way of financing the'coat of oxtendlne Ih'c water main a few hundred feet.' Oui commission government has proved good Iho commissioners and a Jew.-'of favwHes, but there, la 'not tnVch In its favor as a governmonl 'for the people. I agree with Mr, Gal- Yin In the opinion that the aldcrmanlc governinenL comes nearer lo the prin- ciple-of a, government and for the people "than any tiling In the line of city, government yet tried, arid I Bin strongly in favor of replacing .Yours truly, J.AMES THOMPSON, bered" Sister Mary Dasll him' II ho had said thai she .was, In be placed in asylum but was unable tc recall what ho had told her. The arch- aid tlio mother general hail in formed him that Slater Mary pasi! was lo be removed to an asylum. He admillcd having received reports from CALGARY LOAN Calgary, Nov. sub- scriptions lo the Loan ycsler-' liar lolalled Qt this J29Z.700 s oblaincil by canvassers and the remainder by (he banks. Calgarr's total for Iwo daya Etnnits at 1554T70D, or moro lhan a fifth of tie two and a lialfj millions wLlcli was allotted to Iho city. Help lo'JInlsh Ihe yic- lory llcnJs. ii an aato's n94 car The-' piles' llres_ anii; lira, icceior- left' are We .ci'rrr.a (ul( fn .oui1, Bijou .Motor Pallors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH LETHMIOOC, ALTA. The Best 4-cyUnder Car Value on the Market T Mclaughlin 5-passenger Touring Car 312OO -Belter Orfler One Prices Duefor Another Advance. Lethbridge Motors, Limited llth Bullets, win battles. Money wins wars. Buy-Victory Bonds. THE -7 0 S G 0 O D give yoii 74 'per cent, more light If you nave rried them oul .we will take ifenli back and leluiTi your money, HOME ACK-OP'UNION SANK HAHHV ;