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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta > The lUdiatttr Mlm Hai ^orti ^ 418 5 axm wan lYCH �6 418 5A AUTO ThUES Ol^ ALL  VULCANIZED B'ir the rBtnav* flajr^ood Byitam ACTReApiNO 4 �RBPAjfllNQl V By BsperlenAed WorkmoQ. All. work A^aranteed. SpeoM BHiaiti mant tor l^m Otit^IUpain.; ., R. D. RITCHIE 8M ISth St'S. Opp. Eilladn Mllta Fielder Jone, Former Manager St Louis Browns, Merciless Critic �OS^alder Jones, who lias won a iff %or)d'B baseball cbampi^nahip, came fiiwlthln .0003 o�^winning a FedQ^al 3feagna tpennantr and had experience as v^ik player of ntinor leagnes, pr�sident even vritb the board', when th6y .will not submit to thtese methods, and will realize that the policieii of the official LOI*DONi, Nov, ,' 21.-David Uoy,d George and Andrew Bontir Law have; organ must change or that It is worth-1 Issued a long eleiction address to tlje, less as a TUbliftfitlan which inuat-be'country. For (.the', most part, Itr'to)-; kept alfre. relying ta a greater extent lows the lines of ^Bpeeche8 made re;; on the baaefiall columns of the daily cently by the t*o, political leaders..!?' laani nnWicatloBs.. *  � ' - ouUining preparationaLtor preference ito the colonies, rlt-'say^, however, t^at' Aintll .the co'untry has .returned to nbr^ I "mal industrial condit^ns, it musf^lie n6nr;d|;ldg(;fln-at; present can ; ba t^ken tor the its fiox sctires piiSl^.'mote'tw claas 60,000 � has f the St Iiouis Browns this *een 'iaade lifom baseSall leagues by IWmm^fentiMly qtWa own.voUUon.-;^^ jnethdds ia a'cltfse student of baiseball and the,'last 12-years-.in advertising-andi' iSaurroundlng^ it The moat ftirc^ilatlon. ^^^^^^^^ ' -'Of men. he has maintained an , .Knoeka Whenever .Ponlble. iia^romisln^ ,b!ueball .ibattera in general ever ^possiSR, ridicule plsfce the gsme jce to.TOtunL*;;- . V �;:;^pbefore'ai*-:*o�Tlc fliithe nSSst nndeslr- l^r-^ ,9?*T ^.'wntly that he was^blevagfi^^loBSlble.'^tBtead of Uking anp�sto;4o a^ iiajt-iTfaiibefB Be?iesLotgBtorlos,regar*ijT�ltt^^^^ . . GandUioi&^ from onaSacrltitltJn v]ip'l^6'^.r^Cqit8tderiBg-that he do&"^enf.^trn^-.. . ]>rofB8sldnalin*' "regard tq^ this ^circuit." l8&rer-*a'foaat^- ij up the game fl^^^rnone^ to use their iculo any;.�de-i chamber ba^ed' upon direct contact:.with the people; There can be no political peace in tfia' kingdom or^empire;-while the Irish question remains unsettled. There^; fore, All pt;actical pa(:hs toward a set-' ilementmust be explored. There are two paths, howdVor, -which are closed,' 'namely, one leading!to the complete �'The' itast - two! or. three months jin Great'Britain there have been several tournaments airangogi for officers and meS from the' tiplte^States, Canadian 'and^^^Amfec coifdngwSt�.-. .-One - of the most^noV^le, of thp|C?^as" the Over-"------ ---------"j^Tournament.; ,re- f'-plK^trles; Tttnd edai?Jfcouiid was � ^PARlSi' Nov. 21.-Premier Clenien-:ceau .^Ira^';'.aiked Charles l^yon-Caen, daanfjl^; titef^cult]^ of law "at OA' Uni-�'^6r�ltjr,6t;l!tnifl, to give an opinion on ( ilhe^aae^tloi^ of .whether tlie extradl-Ion .^M.' Lyon-Oaon haa asked to be Ktfeu!\time to,'prepare> a reply. La Ubert'e aays. ^ v^>i:ddiiar(l Clunet, the leading Trench autho'riiy ^ on international law,| has 'giYeii'it^^a,hi8 opinion that It is.impos-Mbleio demand'the former emperor's extradltiAp.. : MARCHING ON KIEV. > * iur.er^ariihing oh' Klevi according to _ . ,BdTio9S from'newspapers in Switierr severance of Ireland from the Gmpire Jknd. 'Oen, SkoropadsU has sUrrender- and the other to forcible subjection ,6r tiie six Ulster counties'to a Home Rule parliament against their will." seas leriUy SELLS HIS liE the ^^j^mefi.iMm^} :are^gbai!k mi: , ,,IiMne^pltoe'l� o^pisllfwHeiivtbe Ivtasnates infilt' :�atonnaiM ij&iks "mt going'to-gat larger''an'dVlarger^^v^^^ ; ;'1In:f^tr niany;of the magnates weit: ~ beyoD^ a j-ea8ona1iloi"Umlt in .ihi! lipmentiof those >.to )the game|0f;^1�ae'b�lL. ^' "Tbere ras; never J a game developeilvh ^here ^;liyen�;.;have.tried^jihwiw.ito,lrin: ��, -'I nevert'dame in contact,- in lall my' en-;ce, �with one who didn't have his ^'Interest cent^^ in tbi^ game V Chanse in Pybllelty. ; official, organ of organized base-tai; instead of building up the game nd feathering Its own nest by what I 'call legitimate business methods, has Adopted another system, especially ;Sfhere the smaller minor leagues are tfoncemed, and is hurting the game in-of boosting it In .fact; it has ---Earr'-M-r^Btuyc^^^^^^  of*--' t^i'^ Bijou Motor: Parlors. Limited, wishes-GrayJv--wIt'ha::;SCore^ of , to'announce t"? the manyftriendS and tch.-Captain Gray, is a patrons of the place that he has sold vSt^pibs-ell^knovni Canadian.vsplfor in-i his Interest in i'the company to Mr. 'dded;: He was manager ot?ithe Elm Harry E. Rankenberger, president of Street Branch"of the Ban� of^^ Tor- the BijoU Motor ParlorsV Ltd., 'and onto, and', cajrtain of thpRosedate, that in the future its management wUl ' -� .....^ . Mr. Huyck wishes led and Gen. Denlnike,: leader of the anH-Bqlahevikl forces, has been named liisrBUCcajreor, with tha consent of', the' ententa -nations, it is said. NEW YOIIK, 'Nq^,;|2i-eO looking 'towturd- cona'dlidatlon 'of the National and 'Anerlciiu Trotting as-' soclatlons were. Cemitr: here .today by represeninti�es of tnei-two aaaoclations mating with a potnoUtlee of .the Am-ciric�|h AS8boi�tlbi}>ti(;TMtlng Horse :BreBoers.-:^-':i;  ; ^Thei,.,c6nf^rittc�tf'are the result of;a' .^6sollltion^^jas'aedLeonarU, Boston, 9CHIBblE|�ANN ^OeSIOrM. v BASEL, 'IfoV. Sl.'^PhUipp Schlede-ntann has ;T�liilgBf^d FRANKIE FLEMING J8 TORONTO, Nov. 2l.-\prankle Fleming, claimant of the world's featherweight title since the retirement of Champion KUbaue, has received bis discharge from the Royal AlrForce. Fleming !Will take on Pete Scott, the Indian lightweight, or jOIonlp, Talt at 136 pounds ringside, or Frank^e Bull at catch weights. . Trains on the Peace River raljway had to be cancelled o^ing to so many members of the train crews being sick with the "ttfc'f Should the series not materiall7;e j an Intermediate team will be entered'4n the O.H.A. besides a junior one!. WILL BE PROFESSIONAL BALL, Cleveland, O., Nov. 21--rOwin*�tp the sudden ending of the war. the-national baseball federation ^has abandoned all plans for the proposed semi-professional league next scaspn and; will conduct its affairs practlcallyvM, In the past ' , ' - ' The board of directors frUl'meat'ln Pittsburg Dec. 3 or 4, to dliriousS plans for the.1919 season, ^ f/-, -HiMn- ^ ilton Tigers look for tli^' 0.:M ILA. to have hut one, w;�k>rVJ|,'| tM.ms, ftltchener'^alfii?. fiSml^'i,,^' ton^represented. ' ' ^ ^-if' tODISKEEL ,3 i9.,fIHH. STREET ,'Of the finest impbrtecl liabnc^.;The Jextufes are rich and'rare-hiany' cannot be lfoun(d' ip?vthe market'tbday, but we procured them before these i V looT^ were taken over exclusively fof war niater-iais giving us not only an^ advantage in exclusive i weaves but price advantages as well.. 1 ' $25, $30; $32^0 td $75 We show you exclusive,models in these fabrics in mbtor coats, dtorm coats, service .coats in Friezes^ Crombies.'Carrs; warmth without weight fabri(is. Some are quarter silk lined, others one half lined with heavy qiiilt^ ptin to the wai.�>. ens Suits In all wool fabricsr^the most desirable patterns 'and models-forehanded makes these low,prices possible. ' - $25, $30, $32-50 tp $65 LOUIS KEEL lionie of Hart Schaffner & Marx and Fashibn Graft* Clothes. . � V 4t i'x^-^"--' ?431 ;