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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta v' THE LETHBRlDOl! DAILY ;HBRALD KH1DAY. NOVKMHKH BRINGING UP FATHER" "Chick" Evans Tells 6f James .Braid, the Great Scotch Golfer By "Chrek" Evans. Next-ID Yan3oD> I-ft-ok that Braid Is more talked ol In this country lhan aay other player from tbe other eide. Few American or. Ca- nadian golfera haro ever actually eeeo Ibe Interesting--Scotchman In nclion. Back lu 1911 1 went to-fcrilaln to play ID tbe 'open championship, and there, for. the .first Lime, met James who wea 111 en the hplder of the illle. Join Bill and 1 played Braid r.nd Massy ia the am'ateur and profes- tiobaj nialcli at S.indwich. Braid ivon both' Lbe matches and my earnest ad- miration. 1 do not- care- so- much- (or Mr. Braid's strle' of play u I do for Harry Vardou's. nor-do'I believe in' all the goll idens which the cancr Rcot ad- :AUTQ TKES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED B; the Rarwood RE-TREADING C REPAIRINQ By Workmen'. All work (ninntMd. Speetal E awct tar Mm Cat Keptln. R-p! RITCHIE ranees as as 1 do Jo Mr. Vardon's. bul I believe aoy man can watch James Bra'il play and .not the greatest respect for his skill, lits dogged determination, and his genius Cor taking Jnifnlte palnl James Braid's roconT.oI -champion- ships Is as the Russian front used to tye, pod his name Is for- ever nnfced ID polling history in the great triumvirate ol Vardon, Braid and Taylor. "Jimmie''.wa3 llie. the three'to win the open championship five limes. LUCKY STRIKE. Nov. watiy Powell will bo pleased to learn tbal shii Is (recovering from lier rcceul uUack of heart trouble p.nd Mrs. Horlon, Mer. rlaru who has-been nurslug her (or be last ten days returned borne.Sat- urday. Great sympalhi- by 'NEW end of; the war I iho conuiiunity Ihe sad death pf Is hailed with great satlsfMcllon by Mrs. Forest Ho'rfi who, after o fljht baseball meu, who am now planning for over three.weeks, linally suecunib'- to open thein plants early next spring c-d to tho inevitable. Mr. Fred'Horn's instead of turning llicm into cold mother was met at the line inst Mon- These plans wlU.tafcc flay bj- her" daughter. Mrs. T. J.-Don- ovan with .whom she proceeded to Mont a rue, where she will ADVICE FREE We TTiu adTise joy re the care ol your radiator and do good Work if repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY "The RidlaUr Man" 41B Finh Street South The Scotch, so the-Jokers say, put religion, and If loera gram-'of trulli in this qaip Jlmroie Braid best'eiampTe, at--it I kiiow. "-la a match'Braid is EG ab- sorbed in his game that he neither Sees, heaifs nor speaks ol auything bat In hand. Braid la strong In cvefy ot golf with the. possible exception oC driving, and I believe.he excels all bis mala in his uncanny "kill la- placing hts shots so the ball will be In the but possible tioslLlon. for 'the. next strolte- As I atcbed Jaoiea 'Braid Sternly studying is hall I was impressed irJth the 'con; uL between .his rather nigged style id.lie.-.iinbAlbVeasy pity ot Varddn- Holh players 'are mechanically 'per- eet'ln their stance and swing and in he rhylhm'and timing of their strokes ill does It all gracefully, hlle Braid.has more ot a rough kind 'preciilbn that, however on graceful -appear- to the eye, certainly eta the result he. Is after. Win or M, Jimmy Braid's serious expression oea not chaDge. Ha is UDassuming and nodes t in Tictory, and in defeat e it a good loser tod a real sports- Braid his .a pl.Tears of olflng life ahead of him, forT accord- ng'to the records, he ia now bul 43 ears old, 'and when'the close ot the rar'permil3 a resumption ol Ihe Bri- Hh champion ship 3 I rather think best beloved Scot, nd'Ilvc times champion, will be heard rom form nest month at tbe. annual meet- ings of-lbe major leagues. Y; situation revived1 interest ibo winter "with >erv being in "the contemplalDd changes of later by her son. ball govcrnmeut atler. lhe. war.'espH MM. G. N HApM-is, who bad'a league" If attack ot pneumonia is'slowl} by aiiolher'month regaining her health and Is being tak My will elect Prcs- etl care Ol Wrsi Warren of garner Went Tcner at tbe December meeting, iwho Tolunleered-her services If nbi Secretary HeypleVwill continueJ, Sfcjftf amount the National peace has arrived tbe National probably A FRENCH TONVN IMPRESSIONS. J. I. Morton. v makes. Ha balh's; Igp'olE ovcr'tbe'f-annp, and llifcy" grip ol soap. They are very dlrly, In strong cpnlrasl lo'lho elcati, man who pasa them, 'comAjig llic. otber way after liielr, spell' uprtor .Ihe Bpraye. A v i a Jbook "under one Arm, t smiled at ihein, and one or f You como down J steep slope to Ihe their hands In-salulc." Somebody ven- beglaxlns ol tJie Iowa, Iho small turos wJdcli pleased .with 'ihelr guatnt remtnlacence priest mightily. ot Spain; The shutters are cloacd, a gr6efi patchol Krouifc oulslJc Ihe windows are blind lhc lQwa ScottJsh fr.-iops are kicking a from-Uio on. Tho hum ot a motor-cycle i I.ONWQ-N, Nov. .KoLerl., L. Boriifu, al Iho Tlmiiksglvlng Day ban quot or (tic American society (ad'ay, approved ol Uir> nlnn lo leaguo ct natloiii, but Inalfilpd (hat England iinl Amcrjcj UTB able, !o comtijanfl HID liQato o! DIG world Uctltig lu- gelher. lie euld: "Let us have h league of nations, 1C can rcullzf-d, hut lejat let us liifc Ihat uoHy ot between' the I TV a world-wide cohimon- VeiHlis which will eavo humanity lu yearn to romc'from I lie Jiorrore, sufferings and KBcrlDcei Qf a "war BUt-h ap ilila. "Uulled by lies of race, language, fterature and IrndiHoii, Ihe nations of Lo Brltfln'nlc cominonweallh and llio atates composing the great American 16mmand tho peace' ot lie world. They could 'have com- July, 19H, If they bad glyen (J a i many their Joint warning. They, therefore, stand answer alia to the world for the resiJouatLllllles Im- posed iheiu. "tiy Mietr otrerwhelralng power aud ncllrjer can divorce Itself from respoii- flbllltfc3, J'Ct, no minor consideration, no petty rivalry nnd no dis- trust, dlvldo tliosD v-'ho, united, can command Lhc world's abiding peace." America's share la (he 'war WHS by Ylsbbmit Chlhdi, Japanese, ambaasurior lo Great liriUlo: Earl P.eadfugi declared :that-Great There arc white shuUera, brown shut- football about, W there lire Prencli lers. shullers, with a mantle oC an old civilian or two tlisoi conl1 motor motor cycles, i n >u n L uwi uuauo reallzo quite soon that there jJ by'on'hisVayTb tiieTliyo! Thanksgiving pay In mcni- KtlelKj In Lha-lbwn. You' meet curved back, until he goes out of W ot America s achievements lu-lho people as'yoii come to wider streets! sight round a bend. war.; j was die most eliborato liehl by :bc society elnco 1914. Heprc- of nearly all the associated disturbs Iho, gamer aiifl a man white r .ngi ec a with dusl from to foot- flashes Britain would, lu the future, Join In and bigger houses. In the squaro sofsi Towards nlBhlfiill a deeper stillness lorries are and a, man is lown and lue volces of (ne Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE. ACCESSORIES Central Garage i PHONE 1023 Old Relter Rink, car. 3rd St. 4 4th Avenue 8., Lethbrldge W-H.DOWL1NG W. S. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists battery needs very care- ful, attention during the cold weather. Onr Serrke Departnent will send for yoar bat- tery store same during Iho winter el reasonable rales onr up-to-date Blltfry Station. 311 Ttt ItTMt 8. Phon ill for Christmas. motcred to Leth- iridgc Monday on buslnese. v lOF.nicter is ptesideiit ol> the .SL -J. Ixrais Cliib. tut il. Is-probable thai he 'Mr' irould te willing 'lo iead th'i'-Xational a'.iong term. JdearvSmaWate. .He i., ha3 'all hriaches o( in as.-i catcher iT for tlie New.S'orS clubs cf the later-lie- came: a bis league -scoutiand a buslaess manager. was vice president o! tie, St. L-ouia Browns when he-'accepted; the presl: "dencj" ot Ite Si. Louis'Nationals, j not onlj- In practical'fcuowledge of .baseball as'a sport and'as a luislneii, bul aa a lair- lug'the wheels with wa'ler, Anollier man {3 'filling buckets at a pump In a cobbled yard. You read "D. A. IX O. S." IQ neat. black letters on a low doorway, a'nd further on "Medical ]n- specLlon.' Room" la chalked' up; b'alr obllteral'ed by nor. In llis matn street ona or Itrp'shops ore open. A peasant girl 1s Duylng some, cabbages, und il well-dressed womaBI iii black is Ming basket wllh provisions. A gray slnft7 car flashes by, and a military pollce- mari'springs to attention and salutes. the Cathedral BlandaVp, travely quieL There is a bird singing jter the porch. There is the curlous- prolonged walling ot.. a Trench train In. th'e. distance. Some Dien In hhalii loiter In a doorway, aud French luterpreier .'.hurries 'along tbe here, in the main oat; :or '.houses. arc alive. There" -a sllianse open windova p[ blg-VooitiE. The affl' Buns ara niprs distinct, pue can al- r most hear the' terrible things Uicy are nstlon3 saylns. The pavemcnls are sllll IIOH-, jut occasionally C-lLCiRY, The jnnu'al meotins of the Alberta' Provincial sport and'as a business, but as a law- pouitj-T Associalion.waa helj ye'sler- a of the Universily of alternoon st' Victoria. Park, dele- he ft familiar Tith base- hEing f reseat 'inn the local ball law, Is a diplomat' and just'Ihe man to unite the lactlons'jot the Na- tional In Ihe east tho candidicr ol John .B- Foster, Fecreiary at lUe.Giants, is looked upon .with Footer' "has bfien connected-wilU Tor 35 years in various capacities.-. Hat. Lelhorldge, and' "We- laskiwlu. The following" offices, for Calgary, HOWEVER DID CALGARY GET THE MANN CUPZ DOYLE WAS GREEN ROOKIE VANCOUVER, Nor. Lal- y, of Cornwill, Ont_, has decided that be Mann Cup, the emblem nf the ama- .eur lacros'se championship, must go .o Calgary. But the cup is now held >y the Coughlan team, who won it In !alr competition laet summer with .he "Westminster and they will hold it. Challenge From Toronto Toronto, Nov. Beaches lacrosse Learn, champions of the Ontario Ama< leur Lacro5sexas3oclillon, has