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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MOKuaJ, i\0\EM3ER ldl8 CARDINAiiim Trying toi.Revive()U C. L.; Winnipeg Wants Pro. Baseball (Winnipeg Tribune). ; You simply can't do\Vn Uie SSrd degree baseball "fan. No m3,ttei' "wliat the conditions are he �will manage to keep on talking baseball if he can't see the diamond played. The , armistice celebration had not died dunn Ojslore a lew fans were busy talking ot baseball for the prairie prb-vinces for next year. ( A revival of the original'Western Canada Basebalh-league seems to be the plan favored. There is already talk of a league with teams in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Hegina, Edmonton, Calgary, and one other city to be selected. While Winnipeg, in recent years, has not been affiliat-,ed with the Western Qanada circuit, it is well known that the W.C.L. played tip-top baseball^-a much - better grade of baseball than is usually found in the "bushes," and this leag^ie gradu-'ated many of the stars who have been performing in the major league's during the past couple, of yeaj-s. � . Savage at Calgary , Sam.Savage is still in Calgary-and still a baseball tan. Sam'^was the angel for the dalgary clnl) for sfe'veral' yoai-s and if a league is fortned therej is little doubt that, the fruit and egg magnate will be again digging dpwn into his banln-oll end putting up for a nice slice of stock in the Calgarj' club. A few mpntlis ago a Winnipeg newspaper man was^ talking baseball- to Mr. Savage, liut he said tlien that he was out of the gamn as a magnate. Kovrewr, you never can tell. Edmonton, too, has some good baseball fans. Deacon White, long associated vith thic diamond sport in the iiorthetn Alberta city,'has been' "doing his 1)it" but undoubtedly the ma-con will again he ,on deck at the call of ."play ball." , { BiU Hurlqy, the scrappy leader of the old Saskatoon team, is believed to be somewhere in the northwestern states. After thXW.CIi. was R.I.P.^ following the 1914 season, "Scrappy .OfiFered Position .as Commission Replacing the National Body! Feofflj^s Forum Communications under th!3yb�adlng must bekt the signatures.^of the .writers, /^l,' . OTTAWA'; Xov. 23.-The war trade board of the United States announce that they have.arranged with the war trade board of the Domluiou of Canada to to-ordinato their respective policies of export and import epntroh New regulations have been adopted for Uie purpose of simplifying, the-prcf ceduro of. the licensing �o^ goods; iH. transit from-Canada or-to OanadSi i v-', v�f-v� .��..">'---------- ._____ through the Unifed States. , relative to-the-future .acUViy'es of-theKclaims.^jxij'f-hl , THE SOCI^^L EVIt Bailor "L^thbVldge-Herald: " | ^ Sir,-The social evil is. a ciuestiou which iiaa been puzzling the minds of the greatest, rtnd most  sincere moralists, for. oeutuvles, and has neverHeeu (Reglna Leader). .: The. executive, of .the Saskatchewan H^turn'eS Soldiers' Employment cqm-. effectively solyed Until a very recent , mission at.; ap all-day .-i.. ^t. -� j diiy carried ..cjit some NEW VORIC. Nov. 23-Foriner.Pres-  ident William Howard Taft has been The war trAdo" board has issued a special import itceiise authorlziiig tn4 *� ;importation into the United States Une-man without in.divlduJtr import license :-br shipments of all commpdities ,origlnat--ing in or destined lo Canada^ .when the same are conveyed in traii^t through the territory or via. any jport of the Uniied States. The war^trSfle board has also issued a s^aqial oxv (CONTINUED KROM FHOHil PAOE)( is right has;reo6iire(l^itB tbo dream of pi^n^OiirmBa' dofninaliou has been ii)U9^r�(l';Mk'e bo^Iouh saa in the wind and, vmtA toVtioa'svaus-' tlce, right hiia trlutiij|ftied..ul:'the.BeI' glans once'tajore '�ro; ifre^i. iSid Inde-, pendent. We-have .*bii;'.iUe:','war." Burgoma�terj Max.;was! mSre vp,tl� cent and refuipd to speak cphcerhlng his treatment !J)y {hcf'Oerinans, refuse ihg even to mishtion tliiB , word Ger* many. "I don't wlsli to pose as a mari tyK" he sa^.;/;'X wlsli to)^orget the past and think,}^:i?utuni;" BurgomaEtter iUax ieii-alreadjr in^ city hall and haij Resumed hf^'duties. The. ]it.tle; couch where he slept" during IBevi jiiirk dliys of tbo; struggle iu Seifisr^dr, xm;'ia stilt co'ttspicubus In aVcbrner 'ot-i^'hls office. The burgpraaater's. appearance sUtows traces of the sufferings, hatdshlpsland privations ho has ondured^idurlng his captivity, but his indomitable s^JIrlt is unbroken.. He is fult'of,energy and rndiatos happiness. .:^?]terring to tl o agony ot m6ro than"|ouv .yeuj:ftiJot war, ho said:  A Great Cpmpeneatloti. "That has been a long time; hut wo have not suffered in vaiu. This njag� niflcent result is a great compefasai lion and reward for. all By Experienced Workmen. All' work guaranteed. Special Eqaip-ment^dr Rim Cut Repaln. R.b. RITCHIE aOI 13th St S. Opp. ElliePn Milli would mean the passing'ol the present national commission, which is compos^ Canada war ti-ade board. Linen and Hemp Thread OTTAW'A, Nov.: 23.-The war trad^, hoard announces that application foj^' export licenses covering lineii. atid hemp thread and twine from the United Kingdom to'Canada will, in future, be considered irrespective of the pur as a clean sportsman, and his old umpire-baiting tactics were unknown. John Cairns, the Saskatoon'magnate, is still in the Saskatchewean city and his friends say that he, is as great a fan' as e.yer. ' '.Th^ conditions in RKjgiha and Moose' Jaw ata also reported to he good,-and a inoveito start a league will meejt ,>ylth a hearty response from the fans bit these cities. ' McCloskey Still Ijj. Baseball "Honest John" llcCloskey, former major league leader, is now in the far south, but it is,known that the veteran has had. an'eye on Western Caa^ ada for an 'atteivthe-war league for, some time and has- been keeping in close touch with the situation. McCloskey, now fi veteran of .the sport, has not been actively identified w^fh the professional game for a couple of yearE,rbut he has been keeping his hand in by promoting baseball among the U. S. troops. It was he who was largely responsible for developing "Buster" Graham, the sensational young pitcher who is now in France doing his bit, but who is under con-. Israel fpr the Chicago Cubs when the major leagues get going again and the soldiers are mustered out. A string of major league scouts were after Graham, following some sensatioii work in military leagues. ''Lefty" York, a phenomenal soutli- by . . exchanged for civilian clothes,. York -- ----------- will try out with Bob Brown's Van- x^^Yb^k. � ^"jhave not shown the slightest consld- y^^2Z!^T:''!!iv^t^,^"^^T^T'^ The offer to Mr. Taftls said to have  uvf, . k ^ ,Vk .S^'i?- ""l^ made witlvout the knowledge oir w lik*Iy to be with the Western XJan- western presidents of. the two leagues, ada gague, for he was unearth�l by All of the eastern club presidents are Jim Brown, one time connected with said to have approved the offer, and Goimlssibn and have a lafge:.program remedy,; Wltqhiritn the*sTmp& of . a relative to. deifldbilization, /reconsitruc- booklet published by the U. S. gov- ti6ii>aiid re^esta^lisiiment of'retiirned ernmont containing an easy and effec- soiaiers in civil.jife. tlve reinodj:... If the charges niadc .pplnPlpal.Points .^e morals of the people of T)�e principal pointjs discussed auu' the U. letter are true, they decisions am-ived at: during the-day are ceirtainly badly .:itt .need ofv the were to reraeSy which the author claitus is in Tabulate ail luea of the,.province the little booklet, which h'o claims to who went .on aetiv.ei service. . . have in .hi|;posaes8jon.,/, ^ ^ ; , , .^^^ - Appoint a receptiou,officer to meist . ^But lidti&ot tj-ains in the east .who .will, give in- charge-s.Sftr'tftrufe.'JSotflMbtM formation to Saskatchewan returned calls'.ah\'temitt6iifc'doctdi'. who estim-n>en. ; , - ' - . fttds � thafs'g^^^^^^ Categorize returned men with a. adults �f the U.-S.' are morally and view; to ^preference in sjocurlng em- physicaJly rotten, and another who-fs ployment. - , ... 7 per cent- more eminent,  estimates Adppt follow-up system on every that 90 per cent of the male adults soldier placed in employment. of the U.S. are thus affected. Both OTTAAVA,�-�-Ni3y7^- 23^^^ White, actingjprime mlniatet.'tias sent a message to Hon. W.'GJ iMciSdoo, Ihs retiring secretary ..of-the United; States treasury which says inpart:!-? : "It is with'-great-regfbt that ;l leavn of your xesighation iSjSecre'tary^iQf the treasury. I feel I. wojild JfSt Ife fllling the obligation of personal arid.national dutyilt I did'uOt at;.thi8-tiine.,expre8s to. you'my sincere appreciation,,of the  most friendly'relationiship wliich wo have had in connectionwith.the hiauy serious problems of-"the war-in whicli botii our countries beeii interested and with which .we have, to deal from time to lime. . Partici/larly, I desire to make public it'bkhowledgemciit tions as to quahtity, based, bii. 19i61-commisjion so tar as the of each individual export^er. of the U.S. are inus atiecceu. �ou. 1 extremely friendly attitude to- . Reception Off leer , these'men may be eminent, but they ; ^^^^^.^1 ^junada in all flur negbtiatlons I assure you this has been greatly, ap-preciaited by th^ Do;q(^lnion." WILD ENTHUSiASM LONDON, Nov. 2?".-There wdre scenes of wild ehthuBlasm. in, Hyde One of the main desires ot the are not eminent physicians, they are eiecutiv* is to give everv facility and eminent li^rs. No eminent physician dppoi-tiinity to the returned men to would . make such an absurd state-pose for which goods are required, but gradu&lly become absorbed into civil ment or estimate, because it is abso-wiU continue to bo subject to restric-- ]ife. To this wirt the activities of the j iutely impossible for anything. Jlkc the-diseases in question, unless a iaw _ pa,.jj ^^^ay during the King's review were enacted compelling people to j ,. "silver badge"-those who have submit to' medical examination^ No such law hap been enacted in'the'U ed of the league pk-esiaeiitB aJid a,;third member, and, it is said,-would shear Ban B- Johnson, president of the American league, of the powers which BERNE, Nov. asi.-i-^i'aUiias. Er?,ber-ger, who headed the German armistice commission in the negotiations with Marshal Focli, has issued a denial in behalf of the commission that It gained concessions in the armistice terms fixed by the allies, says a Berlin dispatch today. (".Articles appearing in the German press," says the Brzberger announcement, "relating to obtaining concessions in the terms of the armistice are not at all in accord with 'the facts. They are rather the oppoaft'e ot the facts. In spite of all the inconveniences which are alreadf apparent in the acceptance of the severe condl- served in the forces arid, since havB been dischargell on account of woundh or other physical d'isabllitieR. EQUAL SUFFRAGE BRUSSELS, FrIday^,.Nov. ;22.7~Klng Albert, having been received ehthus-iastically. by the, inhabitants of. his redeemed capital, today made, iui an ,______.______________.....accurate statistics to be obtained on clfned'^Personally will commence at the. point of debarkation if iiecessary. A' receptij*! officer. is " to he .named within a few days whoso duty will be^ to" go cast to meet everj' train on S. other than that applied to the dra Which there Hill be soldiers coming tees,' which we'ro^-ohly- a small per back to Saskatchewan. I-lo will give . cent of male adults of the U; S. all information in his possession con- { If r believed wliiJ^ttiie author of these j ceming employment opportunities and I charges sterns to helteve, arid ia.try-j will,also seek to get from the soldier | ing to niake us believe, about (hc.tnor-sufficieut information as to his. needs ;al and' physical rottenness of the m&lo I and desires, which will enable the adults of .the U-S. 1 would do every-1 ii�PO''tant speech from the commission to look after him., thing in uiy power to prevent any of parliamejit, the stBtemeut that \\v. � Survey of Enlistments them from coming to Canada, insteaa! suffrage, to. all Belg- 4 hie nroblem will be the tabulating "sing my time' and energy iu try- ians. Gen Plummer of the British of1.ll me^^^m enl sted m Ing t� ""'1'�l"^ best, and most suitable ' 1T^' and Gen. Pershing of,the United waf Tn%^"ommu,^^^^^^^^ In our midst, as | States army were present. nrovince a record is to be made of'tl^e .lutliqr, of those grave charges lias .- ..... :�. ��.....^ the men who,went overseas, the can- ^^^'^ doing-during the past summer. {Herald are sick, of reading such sen-ualtios, how many will be coming i actions should be^cousistenti sutionai salacious muck as tlie letter \x- Th�> f^nmmi.'"'t'' I'^s doctrino, otherwise he is a, referred to contained, they are not-hypocjite. 1 believe the reason that, blind imbeciles, they have brains capable of transmitting thought and'''reu-sou on this subject, or any subject, quite as clearly as the wrltei" of,the tivc success is, be'caUsc.!they are not letter referred to. -It was only-a short back to thecflBimunity. The commis sion now-tJt5Kts out the duty of every, , , , ,� , , ,, community to absorb k least'the uiim-' .^'^'ke'-f. ^^"^ be working for " the betterment, of mankmd are not ber of soldiers who went away, minus Central Garage ALL KINDS OF/AUTO REPAIR �WORK HANDLED PpOMPtLy AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES , PHONE 1023 Old'Roller Rink,  the casualties. In this conneJtion the ^^':^^J!:^!^J^,!t!^,^lJ^^^ commission will start imniedlutely on he dut^ of that community, in respect l^^^n ionally^Bnore eBtabllsh^d sc en-|.^.ssistan.e to be given to -turned ^ �^^^^a�^-^;^-^n^t,b^^^ capable or' 'coihpeterit to undertake, time,ago that ho'tried to,malign the good,people of this country, by making salacious charges against their, characters, and wheii he found they would not stand for it, being'at a safe should work from ca'use to effect, and distance''from the people or;the Vi S. not from effect-to cause, as many ot lie has trained his character; smash- Two CateBorlcs f,-om \fe"toVmaHl � in the oise^t immor- ing guns on the jJeopleor that coun- eiv^n erniovment twf  c^^^^ ^'^^^ are.trying to remove'the try. In my opinion he aJb trying to have beM deeded ou-thehivalided. effect without touching the cause, in obtain a little cheap notoriety, the,no-men! and th'fif men The Invalided n>y estimation tUe chief cause of inv j torlety he willgain'by his character AN 11 MONTHS TRIP CAPETOWN, South Africa, Nov. 25. -(Canadian Press "dispatch' from Renter's)-The news of the signing of the armistice led to scenes, o? unprecedented enthusiafem throughout South Africa. AddreHsing huge demou-strations in Capetown, Prfemiei;-Botha moved a Tesolutioir congratulating the King, the army and the navy and the ON TH.E.SEA. J allies. . . ........._.,,'..,- He expressed thankfulness to God B-AlLTIMORE, Md., Nov. 23.-Capt. that the allies had conquered and John S. Faws has arrived in this city said that the allie.s had done ttie .world after his trip to the Faro Island. | a magnificent sei-vice. He pra.ved to where he carried a cargo of Odd that there would be pieace, friend-food ,to the starving Danes in the ship and brotherjiood among the na-EChooner Herbert May, 'After repairs tions. ' ' . . , he started for the Faroes, but bad' Sir Thomas Smart, leafler ortlic op-iveather carried him to Spitzbergen, position,-seconding the resolution, said Iceland, where he tried to make bar- ^liat while they did riot desire, a re-bor, but was unable. With rudder vengeful peace, everything jthould be disabled, ho sought the Shetland ls-.e the cause. a^id istaction tiiey are giving, whether ---^- tive'"coTmme'rorUe":old^rs' and tber� is any friction between employee workm^'^councU h-as interfered with "^.fl'J^f i,^"�''''^">' ^^''^'^"'^^ all that 1 conaidorpd'worth wWle, answering. Yours ti'uly, 1 . . ,;h. OALYIN. .. the governnieiic's executive power on the Irian is-making good. Continuous'Employment The commission-will also take par- pairs and reached the Faroes, entire trip occupied 11 months. ; . DID NOT TAKE PLACE MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 24,- The red flag demonstration, advertised to,be held here this afternoon and to prevent which Gov. Burnqulst last night ordered out state troops, did not take place. NEW YORK, Nov. 25.-Richard F. Remer,�f-the New-l'ork A. C-broke two walking reeo**fl here in the eight-mile 'handicap race. Tlemer covered eight miles in one hour, one. minute and seconds, lowering the previous record by S4 1-3 geconds. He then lowered the jone-honr record by 11 I yard.'!, covering seven miles and 1,437 several occasions. Negotiations are i iTr r^'-J" f ll^'i'sliLht That^he ticX'^^a^TTrflnd-^mploym^utTor tJnnZTTn Mnof fl^uJn^ '"ou who havc jobs whlch last for only errlnV ^ ^oTorts o lepaVa ^ ot the year. Xr instance, sucli mo^nt" in oSny? aX'the "'-whose jobs end in the fnll of the Dally Mai), a Uispatcli from The Hague says it is impossible as yet to osti mate their extent, cither of the strength o� the movements or their real motives, but it seems certain that Premier Kberl's government is of uncertain duration and also of uncertain principles. year will have to be provided with employment throughout, the winter. MERC-HANTS FOUND WORKING ON SUNDAY ARE FINED OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK; GUARANTEED \ EXPERT MEQHANICS '-BEPAj\RlNG AND OVERHAULING DONE AT Palace G a r a g e, 2 nd Ave. llegina.-There is the Lord's Day. act in force in this province but that ^, , , , ,'act apparontly did not' disturb the The greater part of the population, equanimity of Isaac Shterln and Sara! the correspondent adds, is apathetic cohen, of Khedive, who appeared in toward the- revolution. He believes c(,,rt at Khedive this week to answft;' tliat with butter food conditions and f, a charge of i]oIiig unuecessaiy lab- the revival of hopes the true nalipntil chnractov of tl-.o Germans will rc-np pear. , INCREASE TO STATION AGENTS or on .Sunday. Constable Taylor, ot Khedive, happened to be iu Khedive last Sunday > iiud while walking down the street, heard .some strange noises in tJi.c. ; Btore and going up to it found Shteriii'. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.-Railroad Cohen hard at work packing upi station ageniB today .were granted by, g,.oggj.iag j,.y g^p^s in packing; Director-General .MeAiioo a wage ,of  boj^gg^ getting them ready for removal j $2o a month above the rate prevailing fi-o^a tie premises. 'I la^t January, with a minimuia of J95 The next morning Isiac and Sam' a month. Eight hours a day is to be came into court and were convicted considered a day's' J^'ork, witli pro rata pay for two hours overtlni^.aud time and u half for servj�e>akcyo ten of, breaking the l?iw. For not observing the regulations I^aac Sbterln was fined �20 and costs and SaP� tiuUcri wn^ ' itinea $10 CQStb,. Get the Utmost Efficiency Out of Your; Car by Using a Hood v , Cover- U keeps "your qugln'e warm and gives you better ulljeage. 'VV* ,, carry ^ractlcajiy,;!!!! sizes., �  y '; ""-'vs, . yUSE JOHNSON'S FREEZEPROOF ? and sa'vo yoursplf the trouble of draining your radiator every nigUt. -Wo roconimend it. , BAALIM MOTOR Co. . BACK OF. UNION BANK ...... LEAVE-YOUli OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR REP CROSS pOX iMv, ;