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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBH1DGK DAILY REilALD . ---------!'.------_l___.....__ ________L-l-UWftgW�-BB88B SATURDAY, NOVUMBEH 16, 1018 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc Manus U. 8. DEMOBILIZATION Washington, Nov. 16.-Order* have been Issued, Gen. Foch an nounced for the nradual demob ilizatlon of all troops In thla country. AUSTRIAN FOREIGN MINISTER London, Nov. 16.-Count Otto Bauer, editor of the Vienna Arbei-ter Zeltung, ha* been appointed Austrian foreign minister, according to a Vienna dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company, received by way of Copenhagen. Inuck. nn Austrian miner nr tho HobrI Collieries, died of Influonxa and was buried in the afternoon ot thu same day. Will City Save Eckstorm Park For Revival of Sport in City When Our Soldiers Return?:! The war is over and the beys will soon be coming home again. They haven't had a surfeit of fun and sport during the years they have been fighting the Hun. but hat it not occurred to you that they will expect to make up for what they have lost when they return? What Is Lathbrldgt going to do by way of tpnrt neat summer? That Is a question mere than on* has been asking lately. jThe beys over there have been able to Indulge In Just enough sport during their rest periods to make them eager for It, and they will be the best fane In the world when they return. Lethbrldge must do her share to see that thsy are provided with means to have their wish. Before the war Lethbrldge we* one of the best eoeeer towns in the west. Five or six city teams battled each year for the city honors, and on more than one occasion Lethbrldge has been able to send teams to fight for the Dominion championship. So we must provide for soccer. And baseball! Everybody says baseball will toom next summer. What is Latlibrluge going to do to fill the bill. Boxing Is another sport which ha* been to the fore in Lethbrldge. but there Is not so much trouble about the fistic game for It doean't require a largo outdoor apace to stage. Where are we going to hold our soccer and baseball games? That's a question the citizens should be thinking of. The old Eckstorm park has always been the favorite spot, but the Herald haa heard that It may not be available unless the city commissioners take some action. Henderson Park would probably be alright if grounds were fixed up and stands built, but It Is doubtful whether the city would undertake that expense for a few years, so if anything can be done to save the Eckstorm ball park for tport it ought to b* done. Now'a the time for those Interested In sport lo start talking, and to let tho com. mlsslonsrs know what tnsy think about It. I* Montreal. Nov. K>---Preal- H . has wired as follows In > Percy (juinn: > "In view of the association ? of your name with another > league, of which 1 have seen ? I>mof. I aiivir-e y.m to Mate �> im;tieillat�-'.y whit yon Intend in the National Hockey Lea- a �"'�r th" condition i.f fhlnK� physical the linllan-: have mi,re players Many Influenza Cases - Pte. Allan DePew Reported Killed in Action '1'iem ("Uir nivn i-.'rir�penili>nl> How Inland, Nov. ]'. The dechirit-Hon of peace was received here wttn | the deepest gratitude Owir.- to tho ! vliit.itlon of death an! illness In r.ur i midct no spectacular relehrntloa oc-joined. Citizens Individually rejoiced with a real and d""i> t)m-ikfulnon the Uxch, and the Insurance, ami tho depreciation on the value of the property, ns well ns a generous Interest on the money invested. Why then iihould the renter after having paid the honpltnl tax upon the property he has leased he compelled to pay a hospital fee of $1.50 more per day than his liimlloid? It in a double Injnntlce to exact the increased fee of tho tenant as he Is iiHtially the on Saturday nt 11 a.m., nnd tho service will he conducted by Rlshop Hnynes. The decfiased was one of Taber s oldest old timers, arriving In 1i>04. ahead of the town Itself. Me wan n member of tho present town council mid had always taken an In-turost in public nfrnlrn. Ills attendance nt the hoard of health meeting tlie evening he took til wn� his la�i public service. A large circle, of .friends with whom he was ever po- one least able to pay. It is nlso a per-11'"1r exfiei-i to - ihm the Tli;-| e.-,i have. Here Is th- \>,l of In^'.i.itu iwhu hold rank or are training for 11 iimmU �ions: l.UuU'tMiit Tom llehert. avlatlnu i : cor j'^ ! Lieutenant Paul l)e- .lardh'ti. Camouflage Lethbrldge. Alta.    Kot. 16. 1916.    Dear Folks:    We know a fink    Who didn't cop   * A Victory Bond  e  When they were going,  *  And when ho dies    Hell go up    To the Pearly Gutes a   And Peter will say    "Whnnce comost thou?' a   And be will say:    "From Lothbrtdg*."  # m "And did yon buy  �  A Victory Bond?"    Peter will enquire.   � And ha will have To answer 'No.'    And Peter will say: ANDY Tlie Rtdiitor Man Has Moved to 418 5th Streets. "What, from Lothbrldge,    And no bond!    Oo down below."  �  And down below    HIi Satanic Majesty    Will tay. "Did you bujr    A Victory Bond?"    And again that answer    ' No."   � And then Satan will >a;   4 "This place is    Not hot enough for you.    Get thee gone    From here    To Calgary.    Thou are consigned  * � To llvo    A thousand years    In Cow Town And to wear    A 'flu mask    Into the bargain.   � Now vamoose."    And It anyone   4 Knows worse puntshjnei.t  �  Than that    Tell It to us. I.leuiefi.'.r.' t'l.irk 1.1.".;',onaM I*'.- -*:Mcl by I! i I'nit- '1 '' prl' and pence offered by the Uevs. Tav- jr,'s'- v�T �r''1 lor nnd l'hllps. The mayor look nwliw that Ik�* prompted this cur-conducted on'were given for the allies General',nllmonl �r tno r,*ht of the people to Herring, pas-, ).-,cu Rnd wencnl ilalg. In the even-i I''-,bIlc; i'ourl room of the comrnun-h of which de- j in* , iarg, bonfire was set nhlaie, and ! i,yJ l\n ,1,r 'w profanum vnlgus -mher. offlclat- tho jtalser properlv poison gasred. cni-: ""lrl,-'h" m,l'"r b" damned spirit? liilh^rt of the eined and done to a crisp. And all ; Or I* It the product of war time econ-to the Kklrl of the bagpipe,. On ac-1 "'"^ � . 'f ,hf lBt,"r- ,!"^> H>o economy count of the prevalence of sickness! fh"�ld have gone further ond I deuce on the couth side at f! p.m. Tim !#!sea--e found her at a disadvantage,  not having fully recovered from her (Illness consequent lo th" blrlh of sin , Infant daughter a month ago. From jthe outstnrt the malady progress-d j rapidly and despite all the efforts put forth to combat It, won out In the 'struggle. Mrs. Htetson, though not ; an old resident In .the town had made j many warm friends here who will mourn her loss. The sympathy of I the whole community goes out to tne ' husband nnd two children who survive her. A short servlre will be held at the home Saturday afternoon by the llev. A. f\ Bryan. Later the remains of the deceased will he taken east to lloiton. the former home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Stetson. c.uv Morton. i.'.ejl. ;l Trl� .Speaker who o'l, jinny beautiful . evidence of the :i which she was vv her. initliv K extended their s.oi bereave- if pren Druthers, ll.ulile; and ISrud'-u. res! estate, .lied last Hittur-iay lit 1'h.iniplon, Alia . where he was jit . :iar,;e of the branch office of the �firm. The mf-sagc conveying the , ad news wh4 rece'.veil by his brother, !�". II MurchNon. this mornlug The daccised, who was burn in ijilva, Illinois, was 27 years of og� and unniarrleil. h.iving come to Cin-adi> witen this western country was opened up. and ha.-, been actively en � gaged in promoting the Inlcre-i-i of the west ever since Ilesides a mo'ne*. Mr* May MmchWon, the dei.-.i-:el Ii-jvl-s three hn theri and four r!s l.-r.s, F. 1� iiiid (' It MurchiMou and the .Mi-iies May and Mary, of thla city, one brother at t'lar-i^hohn, .'. shier m. Crowfeet He-jerve, Alta., mil Kudoll, ' !i.-!d hy ail 'I he dee , Iter hived ! merit Mi�s riemiiii- , h mm% for Ron Cat Repair*. It D. RITCHIE OH Wk Ot . Opp. Elllaen Mills INTCHNATIONAL SOCCER GAME I New York, Nov. 15.-A handdome silver loving cup is to go to the winner of the international soccer match i between Bethlehem Football club, t,"lilted States champions, and a picked 'team from Canada, to he played on : Harrison field, old homo of the Feder-i si league ball club, on Saturday. Ottawa. Nov. X3 -Over 55,000 Can 1 adian t>oIdier� have laid down their . lives in the war, according to o'flcial ; figures Just issued here. Totnl cas-; ualtles received here to Nov. lit are given at 213,an aggregate whl?h , will likely be increased owing to thu j fact tliat the troops of the Dominion were engaged in heavy fighting at Mons up to tho last minute oi* the , fighting and reports of the latest cas unities are still being received at Ottawa The offi.ial figures follow: Killed In action, S5.I2S; died of woii'j-is, U',o;s; died of dUease, S.I0:�; Total known deaths, 50.T.S5; presumed 'lead, l,0-'>; mis.-ing. hi"; wounded. |lf.i:Ml; prlbonetH of war, ^.Sfiu; total casua.'tiea-, i'lil.L'tJS. ( AN ACQUIRED TONGUE I Mr.-:. Much: What dreadful language >your parrot uses! j Mrs. Nothing: Yes, my husband | bought tho bird one day uud brought ' It home lit his car, and I have alwayu suspected that he hud engine trouble during the journey.-Pearson's Weekly, MODERATE Young Norwegian Farmer (walking into a prominent bar-room in one of ihe huge citie-l: Ay want a drink of squirrel whiskey. ISarteudcr: We have no niiu nvi whiskey. 1 can give you �ome Old Crow. Young Norwegian Farmer: Ay no wanla fly. Ay yust wanta yuvup yuiup urouud a UMitle.-Life, pathy is exti-nded Mrs. Mitchell and her thr.-e children in their sad bereavement .Major U.-iil w a-, a viaitor to Medicine Hut on M:.-s .Mr i;lo- n m present assisting I In tho Iilalnii drug store. Mr. and Mrs. F. lialpln of Foremost ] were week-end guests of Mrs. Jos. ; Hulpin, llroadwuy. | The death of Mr. Minor T. Olson ! occurred on Wednesday lu the Bmer-gency hospital from Hpanlsk) iufluenz.i. The deceased was 2J years of age and , was born in Williawior, Minn. The funeral services will be conducted from the Hearst parlora at 2 o'clock this afternoon to the Winnifred cemetery, where interment will take place. Mueh sympathy is extended tnoso beareaved by his death. Miss .Slater of l'imher Creek is In the city the ru'-t ot Mra. S. O. Jamie-� son. Olnulsl Street.- The sympatic ut many friends Is extended 11. Mrs .1. II. Wilkle in the loss of her devoted liusband who pass ed away in I.ethbridge oa Friday last a viciim of Spanish influenza. Miss W. Oliv.-r h-.s ^turned from tlio Medicine Hat liospllal Chuch Chuen has been very busy erecting a garage for his Chevrolet on Broadway. Uev. Herring was a visitor to Medicine Hat on Tuesday. Friends will regret to learn of the serious illness of Mr. Wra. Wllllama in Medicine Hat. The sympathy of many friendg la - j'jxten.led to Mr. I,arsen of Qrasay |jU>ki) in the loss of his devoted wife ' who passed away on Friday last, a v|c- j i Urn of 9pan!sb Influenza. | Dr. Syjnthe of Medleino Hat made j ' professional calls In the district on Hunday. Bow Island Bey Killed. Tho sympathy of the entire community Is extended Mr. and Mrs. W. II. UePew In the Iocs of their devoted son, Alien, who has been officially reported killed in action. His death seems especially unbearable as word of his death was received Wednesday after peace was declared ut the moment when fondest hopes were being , entertained for his early return. | Dr. Heade of Halt Lake City Ik the : guest of Dr. I'aterson. Mrs. A. Caughey uf Burden sppiit J Friday here, the guest ot Mrs. K. H. i Wllmot, Broadway. j Mrs. Clarence Henchol has the sympathy of many friends in the loss of her mother, who recently died in the State of Washington, a victim of influents. Upon receipt of the sad news Mrs. Henchel left Immediately for her home. On Friday last Mr. William Hare appeared before the local magistrate charged with infraction of the mask order. The accused was found guilty and lined $2.50 and costs. Mrs. Darling left on Tuesday for Medicine Hat, where she wilt In future realde. Mr. B. Toombs of Medicine Hat spent Wednesday here. Miss Hlld and Miss Swanson are assisting at the Emergency Hospital, Etslkom. The deepest sympathy of a host of friends is extended Mrs. Alexander Murray in the loss or her husband, who died on Tuesday morning from Hpanith influenza. Mrs. Heade of Fort Dalhousie, Ontario, is in town, the guest of Dr. Paterson. The town of Bow stand has succeeded Jn procuring a very satisfactory flow of water at a depth ot 800 feet. Drilling was completed yoaterday and oitlxens have every reason to be elated over the splendid success which has attended the effort to secure water for their uae. The councillors have ex-preased their daUgg* with tlie results attained, Central Garage ALL KINDS OP AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY* 8TORAOC ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, eor. 3rd St. A 4th Avenue S., Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLING W. 8. COOK �HORACE * BATTIRV SERVICE STATION Attention. Motorists Your battery needs very careful attention during the cold weather. Call Oar Serrkt' Department .and we will send for your bat tery and store same daring" the winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. 111 7th Street 8. Phone SIS Look Hard- BEFORE YOU 8POIL YOUR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. WE ARE EXPERT* ON ALL IGNITION SYSTEMS. REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING OF CARS AND TRACTORS OUR SPECIALTY. WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO. ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK. Palace Garage. 2nd Ave. STOOOART 4 RAVEN, AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for $5.00 per month. ' We have also made arrangements to have your battery looked after for $1.00 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 OUR RED CROBB BOX 4?0661 ;