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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus svr JK^b: WHAT KIND OF A, OC THAT "YOUR Wire It, LEADIN' ABOUND v^Sl I THOU'b i *u; NVTTKR - WHERE r THAT OCt'i?J VMl"v OLUE JOW I.IKF. Al'tTV\ts QE1Nhe -s TKlLO to "bP[i(\^, to M� ,V--^ BUT COOLOKVT  "WW THE POOR. UITTLE THINC, WE MUt>T 4>T THE OOCTOR.- A'aKt'D AliOuT HER The Sport P ILK RIVER 010 BALLPLAYERS MAY REDISTR1CT Strunk, Hush. Schanjj Fined and Championship Medals Withheld Chicago. Not. 19.-Eighteen players will be sufficient to win a major league pennant next year If baseball Is resumed anil tho recommendations agreed on at a meeting of tho Nation-ul Dafeball commission here today nro accepted by tho American and National leagues at their annual meeting i cext month. Yxr*'. Vnt H. n. Johnson of Hit American ioiftue and August Herrmann, chairman of the commission. �ere participants In the cnnfTonce. which hail t:i dr> with . for ( ji'.n^ exhibition c.inie, through Ifle. en' .if.-r t!te rtofld'x IiT.'iM with a t�\im .t.hertU.-d as '.he Hot! >n Ked �ox " A'c.o, Strunk. Joe Hu�h nr.d Willi: .-' !ub; ��..r.> lie-Clare! tn [,,. ic-jilt)- of tbe> pr^rtlre. The decision t> withhold the tuuil world's t r!e> champK'Rfhip embl m ' Mir it^'n (Vrr Hirer. Nov. IV ivcr the top" all DENIPSEY PUIS FLYNN OUT IN 1 ST Peoria. Ills.. Nov. IS-Plan� for re construction of the miner league b.ve-hall organizations started at the annual meeting of tee National A�.�m*i.�-tion of Professional [i.i ;el,.i!l leag'i-s hero last wvek. Committees were ap-pointed to consider the advisability of reclassifying all organization and re-districting th0 territories, The movement was started by A R. Tearnc.v of Chicago. rre.�|,lcnt of the Three I league, who declared tho salaries of some organization* were "ontlrely without reason" and the geograp'nlrfc] makeup of the league )i� ir.-iuld pay |,*.�.�.�� for an Awe-rleun awdoi-latton franchise pr-> vldlng It could be trnnsferp-d to (>::n-lia The franchise UTtourkc de*ir--s, it is said. I� now held by I,,V.svi;!e. Several ciub owners of the American Association view with satssiaction the propo�al to Include Omaha in the circuit. Will Not Sell Louisville Franehlio l/oui�vl!lo, Ky , Nov IS-In re- ponte to nuRgeatlons that tii� U.uls-vllle f.anchue of the American into-i intion might be for sale l�re�lder,t C 11. Wathen of tho U>ul�vllte club said tonight: That t� ju�t one of the dreama they are having out there at I'enrla." Hegardlng the price William O'-Rourke of Omaha was said to bo willing to pay for the !/>ulivllle franchUt, Mr. Wathem said. "That Is about one-third of what it Is worth." Althnurh r -iiMve' ih�' of nptimi-e.i f!. the !m ma.'or len^'io In-.-diai! ex- rc'.uclant to dl-cu�:-r s T >n 'hat n-x* sp.-ing n-".tnp'.i 1:1 of organised nrranuemenu they have n-'\' s "ri rtre unVn-iwn but it Is- a fact that they re paring f >r t'ae re mnip- - port �ltive With the council* �d b.i-eba'.l declared re- ' l!.l liu- th..... he,p ,.f ! An-.'-rieati sport - a'l will have now t'-.a- '.'.f-.-.lde ,:>.i: .ff;eial� ;: �'. .c. but :.-tiU'.f.g. as buMneis me branche-* of a treme-i l pe it 1 i!'t b: li  saying noth->' are il-on^ a re all ot;pr Wo believe port, In fact---as (��.meb.'ick line and 11 w.ii p .lva; of It at !l- �ih!-' a big ta ': on on-- ha:if,,r it v. ;!i take wee'.v� ef hard v.'.r:; to ret orirr.a'ze.J ! !e:l' un-b-r w >y again. The :::.:�:�� : �> l~. g�-::.-r.i! in baseball ctr. >f an open di- -a, ion of luo-liii: policies for ::,r,i y.-ar. Air.oir.' the ta*',:( that confront ma-J^r leami-- executive" is one Involving is removing with his family to their many long months, rode out to meet former home in Minnesota. Mr. and the column marching toward Chateau-Mrs r.oitso were goo I citizens nnd Snllns. The French tri-color could be their b,,s will be felt both as private seen In the early morning light flying fnaiids and public worker*, nnd our , from the houses of tho town beforo l>. t.t wish for them is that they con-'. tho' last of the German troops ha�l tiniio their simple unaffected klndll-1 left. r.e-a i:\ tinir new sp!v:e. The town filled before the troops Paid $30 An Acre I camo In sight and when the head of Fred LeiVingwell and Jud Foley havo ci'h bought :i (jiiarii-r section of the Ki.ii',' farm. The prb e paid was around C". i an acre. ; The end of the great world war was rcccc'il/.e 1 In Milk His-r by the closv ing of Inislr.,' ;. ; who are now lie-vehiplng a ta'.em fir walking on stilts. T'.e parents nr.d teachers are not so i n'hiisiastic ever the enforced holiday _ bit all are unanimous In hoping tho ' Dy exams will be -..> and that none, of the pupils will liirl failure the price of th-dr fun. but at any rate w0 must watch the "tin" and a lively stilt expert is '.e-tter than a dead student. tho column appeared with Gen. Do-gain In tho lead It waB received with shouts of Joy. Old men. women and children rushed out with Improvised paper flags, laughing, shouting nnd weeping In turn. The first automobiles containing French officers were taken by storm and loaded to over- ^ lnn Mueh AMe nt ion In Sport tegjnnlng and landing a left hook to ! Thia winur the law �ad Flyon helpless. The round lasted two minutea aud 1G sac- the strengthening i ( lulu tha' have be th?ro puglll.-ti .-!Ui5,;csteil ALKION RIDGE rPretn (,on-lent 1 Albion Ridge. Nov. 1C-The week's high winds have given us a few hedge fences which cost us nothing to grow, but which will i-i.it a little to get rid of. while traffic on the public highways lias lessened owing possibly to the 'flu. the Russian thistles havo travelled on both public nnd private properly at a s;,. the town appealed even more Intensely patriotic than French towns that had never known any other than French rule. Gen. Dogain's entry was preceded the formal surrender of the town by four German officers who had remained to turn over the official ad- . . ministration. With grave dignity tho llomano, liie official Vatican or;;an. today prints a letter from Pope liei.e-dict to Cardinal (iasiiaria, the papal secretary of stale, m �vhi b the pontiff says that after the recent happy success of the Italian armies of the apos- Salontkl. Nov. IS -Under the aus-pi- s of the Ziotii,'. Federation Israelites. Zionist, and Greek citizens In I Siilonlkl lu-ld an imposing meeting today in th,- Place Tour Rlancho, to render homage to Hie allies on tho oc-etihlon of the anniversary of tho dec-laratlon by Arthur J, Balfour, British minuter t foreign affairs, on tho establishment of Palestine as a nutlonal home for Jewish people. FREE OF LUDENDORFF llar.el, Nov. IS - Prince Maximilian, the former German imperial chancellor, in an article in the Prussian year hook, in which he reveals certain facts ate nt lib, brief u mi in the chancellorship, rays: "The German people, by the formation of a popular government. Is lib- ST. HILDA NEWS 'Frnm Our Own Corro�ooni1�.� St. Klldu. Alta., Nov. 20. -Weather In this district still holds good and tho farmers are still working on the land. The 'flu does not appear to be hitting very hard in this district, there nro a few "asea but none serious. J. L. Neihoii made it business trip to Sweet Grass, Mont , one day last week and had the misfortune of having his harness stolen, but thu matter was looked Into and harness found, also the man. that hud It. W. H. DJlley who has been here for the past year farming with his father-in-law and also in tho bakery business In Sweet Grass, Mont., departed last, week for Medicine Lake, Mont., whore he will moke his future home and also work at his trade. W. niockme.ro was ut tho homo of J. h. Nelson one day last week, making I arrangements to winter IiorscB. It appears tho deal hns been mado and tho horses are to be delivered in a few days. Nov. 7-10, The steamer Prlnce?s Ma-riulnna arrived this morning with the rivcued men. Thirty miles off Cape Heale. at ! a.til. on Nov. 7, a lamp In the galle\ of tho Lief B overturned ntul set the pilot house on fire. The men found themselves unable to control the flames and fearing an explosion from the 700 gallons of gasoline on the a dory In tholr underclothing. There was no opportunity to secure a supply of food and a cabbage and some apple* was till they Jiatl. Illown out of their course by the storm, they were driven to the entrance of Clayoquot Sound, beaching the dory nt Refuge Cove. Their hands almost frozen nnd nlistercd by the burning oil, assistance was received nt the camp of tho Tidewater Copper company, Cnpt. Johnson lost everything, the Lief H representing tho savings of a lifetime, boing valued nt $12,000. ary and was so active, with the Mormon propaganda that his work attracted wide attention. BROKE ARMISTICE Brussels, Nov. 19.-M. Leni-monler, acting burgomaster oi Brussels, has written the dele gate3 of the German government, giving details of 12 instances where German soldiers extorted suma of money from the Inhabitants of Brussels on Nov. 12 nnd Nov. 13. (The armistice was signed on Nov. 11, nnd expressly prohibited such action.) Hon. \V. K. Foster, Hon. J. F. Twee-dale and Hon. C. \V. Robinson represent the Now Brunswick government at tho Ottnwa conference. Lieut. John A. D. Elder, eon of Rev. John Elder, of Cholsea Pnrk Presbyterian church, London. Ont., died of wounds In Franco. Will STORACC re were efforts made to orated from the dictatorship of Gen. ! FOUR KILLED IN RIOT | Winston Salom, N.C., Nov. 18.--i Order was restored hero today after a night of doting In which four person's worn killed and a sooro injured whon ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK GUARANTEED EXPERT MECHANICS REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING DONE AT Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8IZK8 VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood Byaton Rfl-TRKAOINQ 4 RKPAIRINQ By Experienced WctkroOO All guaranteed. BpoeUt B4�lo> Mit lor Hlaa Cut Ropalra. R. D. RITCHIE i it* et t. op* eiiiton Mm* 1 A VICTORY 1 Paris, Nov. 18.-In a stormy and often violent meeting In tho Spanish chamber of deputies, the now ministry secured its first success A motion was Introduced thru tho chamber sand Its congratulations to tho chambers of the allied power.) for the brilliant victory accomplished and another, which the ministry supported, proposed that tho records of the sitting should mou-tlon the satisfaction of the chamber at the end of the war. The former motion was defeated excite in the Italian public mind the, Ludendorff, belief that tho pope had experienced another, some regr-.-ts over the victory. The - letter points out that in a papal letter of Aug. 1, 1917, and on other occasions, "we have expre-.s. d represented w! dies in rep'ird to territorial questions between Austria and Paly and recently we have given in*iructions reception to the nuncio ut Vienna to smhllsh and dropp , pljwaa carried, 1C9 to tVg. day said he hoped the food conditions of them show plainly how long they of Franco again would bo normal by, have been in captivity. The Y.M.C.A. JSast'.r, J(; aiothiUK am' feeding tho prof-Mr*- NO CHANCE "You sold my husband a parrot, did you not?" "Yes ma'am, I did." "And you told him It could talk, did you not?" "I certainly told him that, madam." "Well, we've had it a week, and bo hasn't spoken a word yet." "I remember distinctly, Warn, tolling your husband tho parrot wouM talk U ftiO 0>*ve him a chance." SUUftWuu. 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 tor $1.00 per month v/hllo your car Is In storage. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 60?9 ;