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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBRIDGK OAILY HET1ALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1018 I WAITED ^00 TO TAKE. ME TO THE OPERA HOUSE TONKHT BOT TOO there't> no o&e �w cm not r-y-rf J BT COI.LX-AT LAW I'M COMMENC.1N' TO r\�i&ERT �mi m maoaie-darun'- porcne me for �>pea>kin' 50 har^h* lU-take^ou TO the show tonw5ht- I A::: ri. ... Tin- T.v'i (.m:iw r.T ;:�j T. alliRiug'.i pitied a.:a::. p. 'iv-rllii (�'� . .that it i �,;,  ltd tint sutler r-'ea! ;:i 2.'. those ei'mhai.i i' cv I agahnit !>- i!-; fo--. I:; 1Tech e-; ibi. Vol .1 roll.' ci.i!" s.'iirlr.g record v. li-ii i; In ,1: ('uc; her'.and. :'-"J to ". total �,h m.i.l" i:i -l.'i minutes of p!'.y. Mlth'h m.-.m- .i-;i.-� li pl'itl! - t a'i'ih soared an av.-r ; points per ttiltiu'c. N'o'h! ii.ill hi'-tory ciiuals that. ig- of fivi ::k in (out ! nh�ti the r.-i.h-ui.i.i St. Louie, Mo., Nov. 21.-That Toronto li attempting to get the Washington franchise In the American League became known here latt night, and it It said the matter will be dlicueted at the annual meeting of the member* of the league in Chicago next month. Jamee J. McCaffery, president of the Toronto club of the International League, it (� laid, is the man who wants to transfer the Senators to Canada. President Johnson, it Is said, has sent a number of letters to league members inviting suggestions on the matter. Now York. Nov. -Light member" j of th" Cnlted State* army anil navy ' buxlnc team who will engage In ronton* In London. Hoc. 11 ami 12. wi'.h K.nglish and Kronen, boxer*, sailed >��-!>-rday for London. whon� they w.l! : j moot othor member* of the team .>? . ; I*, v.-ho are fn tho service ovi>rfM. laney. of Cleveland, lightweight*; Otis Bryant, of St. Louis. welterweight. , Donny CKcefo, of Chicago, midd:--wolgtit: Atidro Andorjoa anil J.Kk 1 Holnon. vl ChlcaRo. Uoavywolj:!,:- F liiimf, who aro acoompanying hotly of tht'ir son oast. Anders Christonsen. aged 2ti years, a miner from Klcnn. died at a.m. on Monday In the Influenza hospital. He was brought to the lioRpital very 'Ick, and Ills case ?ooti developed into pneumonia. Hut ho put up a Iohk. stubborn fiRlit, and thi're> leotned every prospect at one time ot hi:i re. oovery. A hrother from S.-i'.-kntclio-wbii was with him dnrlriR his last hours. On Monday. November 1J recently come from Saskatchewan. T.ib�r. Nov. S.>.-K..n�einb�rlnn the '�'"� :u �nn,r ���|mr near Taber on �.ml.l.. foo.l Price* in S.tmarlo ^^nP,dBJ' m,ornl"K- N�vo"{?e,r f news .pr.m.1 that KaUer r2.:W Tho f,,ncr"! w 1 T^'1 prar.d ,.c,....siv.. had ! Thursday afternoon. Mr. Bryan eon-(..;!.�! and his armv beating ll|,,ui,,lnK f0rvlc,�- f...- the Jordan, wo sa:i:e.| down town The youcR people of Tabor fivoatly hncht and early the innralnR ^'Kret .l�pariuro of Mr. Henry after th.. *i,:nln pur-what tout!:-,om.. i,,ir�alns we ; Pf*0* his Jh� future. >}oncnultz pucretedod Mr. I�o . l.".l"'. and I - t> :nu: ' ' i ^!"'ioi.- (;rcat (.mHt |o nar(i.Working!;,;;, Town-Well-Krown Citizens Dead DVR. WATT MADE 23,000 of Returning Men Want To Take Up Farming in ^ Alberta Ottawa, Nov. 20.-Over 105,000 members of tho Canadian Expeditionary force hnvo expressed tho deflnlto wl�h to tnlto up farming In Cnnadu tho waiv This Ilgiirn was obtained by interviewing 2,10,000 mnmborH of the force overseas and Indicates that 43.9 per cent of those men wish to go on the land* Th0 actual number of men returning after the war will bo much i?rca1fir. The provinces in which tho? wish to settle are as follows: Ontario. -MOO; Alborta, 23,072; IJritlHh Columbia, ir.,136; Saskatchewan, 1B.10S; Manitoba, 11,708; Nova Scotia, 3,5.13; Queboe, 3,330; New Brunt*wick, 2,8.11; Trluco Edward la. lai'd, Slfi; province not stated, 4,618. E mid Pick up for our bv-akfast tabh Mr. al.ik* "fry'T1 Instructor of tho Mm li.'lnc vors'-d In the Scriptures, did K. T. and t'. I. T. classes. tioiiers Will Not Compete England I'nti! They Are Asked in not di-crn the .is,,, ,,f the timoi I "00a P'oved himself a capable K.;mir.e prices still pr.v.iUd IJacou 'an'1 Vopaltxr instructor. He will he i-d i-heotp and . -a. k.-rs were ! greatly missed, hut the young people, ..! 'iKht. Kvon th- pi.-b.-an sans-! �n � TIGERS ORGANIZE �> s> ft- ' ' -.......~--r==- Hamilton. Ont . Nov. The Hamilton Tiers �>!! n-v. a team In the O. H A. S-niv>r. Officers wort; ole, ted Ic.-t night. Den Simpson m prt-n dent d. t�-r.- l(!!Cin u di-.-ii- -tiua ; T!" r Vi-r:...'.:' 1 in ut � ri-.i h.ivn been in ii . iluring th" Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES ATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. cor. 3rd St eV 4th Avenge � Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLINO W. 9. COOK Prominent U. S. Army Oflictr a Started Football at Georgia Tech Quarter Century Ago when .i numti-r of t tho evnn ; ocorsla Tech. which ha� rifon to fiKJtball groatnosa during tlm pa�t : three yenrti, knew gridiron glory m ; anutber era. And that was in th� day* when I^eonard Wood, now a gontirsl In tho United States army. futigh: under Its standard a quarter lof a renttiry ago. , I T*rh men todir. although proud of U�^''' ' the achlerement* of Strupp�r. Guyon. n-1'" ' *" "" ! ' 1 ' Carpenter, Harlan, Hill, Kincher and thd other natellltes of this generation, never cea�e to recount tho tales of WIS SERVICE STATION Attention. Motorists Your battery needs very oare ful attention during the cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat tery and store, sams during the winter ft reasonable rates at our up-to-date Uattrfry Station lit Tth Street 8. Phone 61S v. I of f'.-- uar ifi nt;'.:' � i in ' f -i�..r!� *" mg o�a. t. In t '.it ..-! i -i - l(i".>ci.tfa-ln ill li. Atl-I'-I ...'I, i.'l" Mi I -U.ui-i a:::a;cnr, iilm  llrlU'h K(>:fin� i-itua- .': ir.i" con- ' in.' i it player i .>: iKiv.- ga!h.-r.-�'. togi-th'-r. .-ibiii-y and pr.iprii'ty �>I their ii-.t.-rlM.; !!-. iUtt i'i the slrsi-.; K'.e fur til,- tuli. .>f Urlti-h asuat.-ur golf cum.puns. If -mil a:', evmt H held the fift �>. i-.i.-. uft.r !.:�> ooucliutiin of pi-ace |..r:;i . l! be rec:�il-d iiiiti-ii aintti.-ur I ju-.t pr.-viouh t-i � \\ ire in er a r:nr. i.� I'nited State - Hero 1m an Important ,,. i,.,.sv;,.i (, position waiting for some efficient .-.led prunes ' IninroHti'tl person to fill, physical in- itructor of the young people �>r Taber Who will volunteer? In the ki at drive during the latter part of Angus., during which the Canadians made the first broach in the famous llindonbiirg line east of Arras by smashing the Iirorourt-qnoant. nwltcli, Driver Thomas Wall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ooidoti Watt, was killed. l>rlw>r Watt enlisted In August. I'.tl-, su was on active service for Just throe years when lie died on tho Held of hatlle on August 1'PUi. He eiilhUod first with the Mounted Hides, but transferred later to the :i3tli tery, a Lethbridgo unit with wblih his brother was serving. Mr and Mrs. Wait have r.-crived . 1. I'.hat �ti the tt.i.-i haiaiMuii-ii!!'- :,. tin' great war ih.-of entrants tri.ta it hr . mi te:;'i-' and o;'i)-.i :.r>-ac'i Ad.! (in Saturday. j at II a in , th dectf-d by Ui-hi-l' .p.innl with llrant s la-thbridi'e'^ v.! lie Long pri'" and Mayor \V�.  ...wart canva�ser> .re of their time .-plijomio. we nr.- j _ result of our I " itid we moralize on j HotterJam. Sunday. Nov. 17. - -There !-.'ti under normal j t-. no revolution in Holland nor is f the ii.urcess of j there likely to be. l'letre Troelstra. to Dave Shiells. .(j,. socialist loader, Hpoaking todar at -.topped into the ' a grout tabor congress, hero, at which . Long w.-nt down.; L53S tradea unions und labor organ-s .lember 1>', at s i uatlons were represented, not onlv repmUuted violent methods, but ad-milted that lit* earlier bellicose m terancoit had resulted in a uiiiiinder-�tand!ng ot his position. Kxtremlsts who would introduco ItolshevlkUm ar� In a hopel'-ss nitn-orlty in Holland. So etiorinous has boon the domanil for drugs ot various kIndH and of disinfectants, that the local wholesalo drug house. .1. I). Higlnbotham and Co., have found themselves swamped with orders from all parts of tho province, and are still busy shipping ;;u;i-plies to points as far north as Kd-monton and tho Athabasca country ivhero the epidemic of Influenza is at pro'-ont tit. Its worst. Mr. lllglnbotham -Mated today that fortunately they had supplies of drugs in clock when the epidemic becamo, that could not be obtuinod at any other place In the province, and conseituently there had been linge demands on their stork. 'FLU ON JAP SHIP. Victoria. Nov. -0.-Spanish Influeti- 1 za worked havoc among the steerago passengers ot, Jho Japanese steamship African Mant on her last voyage, from Victoria. According to word brought today hv the steamship Kmpross of Julian, the African Mam reported 11 deaths on tier arrival at Vokohamu. All the victims were Asiatic*. WALSH RE6IGNS. Washington,. Nov. 'jo.-Crank P. Walsh. Joint chairman with William II. Tnft on the national war labor board, today sent his resignation to President Wilunti with the explanation liiat business engagements required his i> � turn to his law practice at oai-llcst posi Ible moment. Chick Liut:.- .1 lie i4 yeur.T ago. Tii-i pi fore, so ! r li.'.ihl j li/. of i.i Iliad. the Ti t!;! ^ iint :iv- : i......  ir..' ANDY The Radiator Man Has Moved to 418 5th Streets. AUTO TIRES OP ALL sizes VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System Rff-TRfaoino * HIPAtWNO By Rxperieeeed Workmen. All fork guaranteed. SpacUl Kqal�v �at tor Ria Cut KepeUra. H D. RITCHIE ass �awi at a. 09+ iiiiaon miii* tienaral Wooal's prowess back in that . period when football wan new in the ,,otil �"r na!,"n*1 l! southland. Started Football Early Tiie Georgia School of Technology j wa* founded in 1S90-and two years I later it recruited Its flrat eleven. It j via largely due to Wood's efforts that 5 ftKjtbttll, then lisle played in the ] south, was introduced in Tech Wood wa* hu�ky, powerful and full of fixht tie wanted some action out of school hour* during the autumnal days. ' ''Let's get together a football team,'' ; Wo ad suggested. "Oh. it'g too warm down here in llrorsia for football." he wi-> "�( Hut Wood didn't think so. He kept harping on the football subject. Final ; !y he interested enough of lit-, rli^-,-Imutei to get together a team. Then went out after games. It got a few and the results of those gai.-c/i i gave Georgia Tech considerable pre.*-i tie*-. ' 1 Wood not only started foo'ball at I M.tav ,f ,. .1 I Tech. but he eoLched the team and been 111..ler no played on It, too. "The Iron Man." would ;.-.-.!!. Hv I they used to call him, because Wood sured advant-.-  j aeemed absolutely unhurtable The liier ii..-nor T .way Wood tore up things on the tive v.cuhl v.ia jsouth&rn gridiron* i� a Ftory Uiat i; more liki !y still lold and retold to freshmen, ever >e,ir-. . u ! eager to hear of the athletic glories (urnisW fie 1 of their alma mater, j School Famous Now For uino years before, Hei-nun'.-! advent Georgia Tech had won ju-i lone game in more than >:>' comba'.. Hut in Helsinan'b first year Ceort; a Tech played nine garnet)---and won invasi eight of them. In 1!M>5-Heisman'i j fcecond year--tleorgia Tech won all o" h- ar 1 Ui�- holder win has been h.-iKhtcii 1! 1 u:i-i!t-r..bly t.> past failurcH u:ul the .-Ulg'.e r, iR.'ij one year and r of Mr. and Mr* .-1 away, a victim eral win held next service being run-llaynea. Ttiomaj Green Dead The jntlm-ufii intoll of another life - on Li : �niai Witu : are. it : �o:i--e-!>.-ti-in!. �ze:nftiii of .i' :. - Of j e .-if l! � :'; '� lira - -�ly iiiin hi hundred. ..: - � V ' -; iaei> r.ii.k> ..-a! .-hatupioUa 1 lark ot i.-v. . t>:-' are ! i! V Jill,! be : . -; 'an.-: fe-r- ':. la:- a' '. .e i: a, ..h'aiucl r Here 1 , a v.1 Mr -. e '.-ilti and there th t: ��:) a ju-.-'i a! ,U' 't for fill' represei.ta-I'i'le jih-.y i-' 110 Mian 1:1 former HI i /age would ;.. "a.:i it. -i iiul. there-i.ote that the, ..1, b.:on that � ' 1. in.\ tor �  fro:.' '. i 'a, ri-. e-iii n- ; Atiiw, V. .. 1 1.: �� Ill* i.i-r.-.-.vie Ihi Sj Nobi- a :-!-. - a r",panled the cor Tho service at '..urge of Rev. A. en was 4i'. yean �/ came from l^tn-htforward, i>ret him many frond* and sympafa!:: outig son in their TREATMENT OF PRISONERS London, Nov. 20.--(British Wireless Service.)-In any ques-tion of provisioning Germany, t)*e ritish government will b4 obliged to take into account the way British prisoners are beino released, unless the cruel treatment which such prisoners are r-. celvlng are dermai). hole, town. Wil !'Die papers made a retraction, but '.own as "Shorty," j the riuit went on. of years in Taber j ------------.---------- .1. :i ;.ao.. a and popular) TO EXAMINE BALLOTS hi' �!;.- di trict. He belonged! New York, Nov. 20. - Supreme e;i:.,i hiiebaii team, and was Court Justlco I'liilblu gra.itod today its �iioim�.n and moat pic-. Coventor Whltmun"n iippllcatlon for .be..., on tho diamond.! an examination of ballots cast for Shorty' il-a.ti of 00 S..r, i.i UP''-" th. f !io:ii..iij i'.-i � uii" W.iliams Dead I " Kdward tho following letter from ono of the otncerit of tho battery: France, Oct. 15, 1918. Hoar Mr. Watt; I am sorry that I Iiavo been unable to writ-, sooner to toll you how deeply I feel the loss of your son. Drive." T. Watt, and 10 ask you and your family to accept my hineont sympathy. Driver Watt was in my section for over a year and a half und I canift in personal contact wltn him constantly, lla always proved himself to bo absolutely trustworthy in the performance of duty 110 matter what the conditions wore and was liked by both the" men and officers in tho battery. I hnvo no doubt that there will be uomo consolation for you and your family In knowing that he did not Buffer. 1 thoroughly ruallzo that bis death must bo a bitter blow, but there will be Home comfort tor you in knowing that he died bravely at his duty for one of tho greatest and best.causeH I men havo over fought for und thut his death has not been in vain. I presume, that hiii brother, lldr. Watt who is also in my section and one ot my trustiest aHsintants lias forwarded you all particulars, but if I can bo of any service to you at any time I will consider it a pleasure. Yours very sincerely, 11. L. SIlHl'l'AHIi. Lieut, ilt'th Mattery. ARRIVES FROM ARCHANGEL Washington. Nov. 20.-Word reached the state department of the arrival In Scotland of I'nlted States Ambassador Francis from Archangel. Mr. Francis, it was stated, will take a brief vacation and return soon to his post in Itiissla. BAD FIRE. L'lora, Out.. Nov. 20.-A disastrous fire yesterday gutted the greater part of the plnnt of the T. R. Bhsell company, causing a Ions o: ?7i!,000, covered by insurance. TIES UP NEWSPAPERS Hot-hosier. N.Y., Nov. 30.-Rochester Ih without hor dally newspapers today ax 11 result ot tho strike called lust night. on BRETON ARROW COLLAR CUKR MKBTIN0 CUT CP MONT SUOWINti A BIT OV CltAVAT HAND Cluett. rVnboily * Co.,of ���). LlmiUd W.l viral week-, ago li- had a light run 1 governor in tho recent election In the' cr.unHeri of New York and the llronx. The decision was that tho Inspection : may bo begun on tho day following the issuance of 11 certificate of olee-' Hon to his successful gubernatorial candidate. I endiMl. :i;oiHii.-' al aw a cordiub: li.'itweeii Fiiitiih can golfing re'atioili. Some Dodged Duty Whiie 011 the subject of iuteriiation 01 t!i.> jiiiiui-nza, .'."oiii which ho r�-ii viii-,1 Hut i-.i nuing to hia work in the C. I'. K. freight office too soon, he had ; leUtpse that culminated'ly m double pneumonia. He was -0 years 01 age, and the youngest .son of Mr a.i.l .Mr,, David Williams. A short servle., win be held by Kev. A C. I'.rya-i on Thursday at 3 p.m. a' tin- undertaking rooms, after which the b.ily 11 ii! be placed on board the (-.,-(...1 v.n I train and will bo taken in ai Kiueraon, Manitoba, family formerly lived, and a' present reside. Much '� It for Mr. and Mrg. Wil- ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK GUARANTEED EXPERT MECHANICS REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING DONE AT Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. for iut-rni where 1 �>! two si.^I. r-sorrosv 1.-. I �*i.,r the!'' vVH, : lilt likclt- ,1 champion hip being hold y fir-t i.cai in a:t. r the w.-.r in which cas- ih- 10 or U respite migiit permit a gener- ' -- --- �--n-------- a nini; and a renewed enien'e pros failed to do ihoir duty at home lid Ameri- and led for America or elsewhere ut tin i'tart of tin. war. They have been cited" by tin- Professional Oolfera' association abroad, and never Will bo ,4 -------------------that al championships it is interesting to permitted to plav in an open event turned out the greatest football teams ! note what is said by a prominent Hri- where the control or part control is in the south. Ita fame soon spread ti->h professional wiio has tpent the under such organization, and further- /beyond the Mason and Dixou Hue. but greater part of tin. war on the fighting more, that participation ill other open lit was not until mo that Tech be.-i Hue liu elate* that a fuw Uriifcik.tvtuu will be a difficult matter. TRAVERS ACQUITTED Toronto, Nov. 20.-W. It- Travera, former general manager of tho defunct Furmera' Bank, wag this afternoon acquitted by tho superior court judge in the assizes of the charge of attempted rape preferred against him. Tho case was not permitted to go to the Jury. AVIATOR BURNED TO DEATH Trenton. N. J., Nov. 20.-An army aviator wan burned to death and his companions wore seriously injured { when their airplane burat into flames � and plunged to earth on the outskirts of thin city today. Tho injured aviator in Hobs on Tupper of the. aero squadron at Mine-! ola, L. i. Tho name ot the dead could not be immediately |*s>rn�a> � SSltJ' ' H Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for $5.00 per month. We Viave also made arrangements to have your battery tooksd after for $1.00 per month while your car is in storage. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR reo cross box 9845 ;