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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta if 4 NOVEMBER ft BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus VE WONT ITAKT F TOO ocm roo TO FLOWDA THE TOO OOWT THtRE CONS THAT PLEAbE VChJ rt Page Chick Evans Tells of James the Great Scotch Golfer SAD DEATH AT LUCKY STRIKE By Chick Next to Harry I think that James Braid is more talked of in this country than any other player from the other Few American or Ca nadian golfers have ever actually neen the interesting Scotchman in Back iu 1911 I went to Britain to play in the open and for the first met James was then the holder of the John Ball and 1 played Braid and Massy in the amateur and profes sional match at Braid won the matches and my earnest ad I do not careso much for Braids style of play as I do for Harry nordoI believe in all the golf ideas which the canny Scot ad AUTO TIRES OF ALL VULCANIZED By the Famotw Haywood RCTRKAOINO A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment or Rim Cat RITCHIE 20S 13th St Ellison Mills NATIONAL HEAD ADVICE FREE We will advise re the care of your radiator and do good work if repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South vances as thoroughly as I do in but I do not believe any man can watch James Braid play and not pay the greatest respect for his his dogged and his genius for taking infinite James Braids record of champion ships is as long as the Russian battle front used to and his name is for ever linked in golfing history in the triumvirate of Braid and Jimmie was the first of the threeto win tile open championship five The so the Jokers put golf next after and if there is a grain of truth in this quip Jimmie Braid is the bestexample of It I In a match Braid is so ab sorbed in his game that he neither hears uor speaks of anything but I the shot in Braid is strong in every department of golf with the possible exception of and believe he excels all his rivals in his uncanny skill in placing his shots so the ball will be in the beat possible position for the next As I watched James Braid sternly studying his ball I was impressed with the con trast bettreen his rather rugged style and the easy play of Both players are mechanically per fect in their stance and swing and in the rhythm and timing of their strokes but Vardon does it all while Braid baa more of a rough kind of precision however ungraceful it may appear to the certainly gets the result he is Win or Jimmy Braids serious expression does not He is unassuming and modest in and in defeat he is a good loser and a real Braid has a number of years of golfing life ahead of accord ing to the he is now but 48 years and when the close of the war permita a resumption of the Bri tish championships I rather think Jimmie our best beloved and five times will be heard rom fFroti Our Own LUCKY many friends of John Powell will be pleased to learn that shu is Kraduallv recovering from her recent attack of heart trouble and Horton Mer riam who has been nursing her for the last ten days returned home Sat Great sympathy was expressed by end of the war the community on thr sad death of is hailed with great satisfaction by Forest Horn after a fight baseball who are now planning for over three finally succumb to open plants early next spring ed to the Fred Horns instead of turning them into cold mother wag met at the line last Mon storage These plans will take day by her Don form next month at annual with whom she proceeded to ings of the msvior j where she will spend The situation has revived interest the winter with her being cially in the National If peace has arrived by another month the National probably will elect Pres ident Tener at the December If not Secretary Heydler will continue as acting president until the schedule A new candidate has loomed up in the Several club owners are said to be pledged to support Branch now serving in France with the chemical warfare Ma jor Rickey is president of the m l UUl i Louis but it isprobable that he bridge Monday on bp willing head the National attack of pneumonia is regaining her health and is beingtak en care of by Warren of Warner who volunteered her services during the great amount of sickness out The friends of Schluieter will be glad to know the baths at Sulphur Springs have cured him of the rheu He has been such a sufferer all his life and is now visiting his brother 1n Wisconsin whom he has not seen for 25 Sohlueter expects to be home for Burr motored to Loth A FRINCH TOWN By league if ured oi Ricke ideal He i has been all branches of in as a for the Louis and New York clubs j of the American he later be1 came a college a big league scout and a business He j was vice president of the Louis Browns when he accepted the presi dency of the Louis Rickey is not only well versed POULTRmECUTIVE is uuv annual practical knowledge of baseball as a I meeting of tne Alberta Provincial sport andas a but as a law poultry Association was hela yester graduate of the University of j jjay afternoon at Victoria dele V ji la fit TtrttJl lift 3 A i n f f hn 1rtsa 1 Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Avenue Lethbridge DOWLING COOK 444444 Joe Lal of has decided that the Mann the emblem of the ama teur lacrosse must go to But the cup Is now held by the Coughlan who won it in fair competition laist summer with SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and we will send or your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rate a at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phone 618 is familiar with base ball is a suave diplomat and a good He maybe just the man to unite the factions of the Na tional In the east the candidacy of John secretary of the is looked upon with Foster has been connected with for 3f years in various HOWEVER DID CALGARY GET THE MANN CUP DOYLE WAS GREEN ROOKIE gales being present from the local associations of Medicine Edmonton and We The following offices for 1919 were First Medicine i Second West Executive Rus Calgary Edmon of of i You come down a steep slope to the beginning of the the first small with their quaint reminiscence of The shutters are so that the windows are blind There are white brown shut green with a mantle of dust over them from the continually passing motor motor You realize quite soon that there IF Itttle life in the You meet few people as yon come to wider streets and bigger In the square some lorries are and a man is swjlt ing the wheels with Another man is filling buckets at a in a cobbled You read in neat black letters on a low and further on Medical In spection Room is chalked up half obliterated by In the main street one or two shops are A peasant girl 1s buying and a welldressed womanl in black is filling a basket with A gray staff car flashes by and a military police man springs to attention and Further on the Cathedral stands gravely There is a bird singing over the There is the curious ly prolonged wailing whistle of a French train in the Some men in khaki loiter In a and a French interpreter hurries along the in the main one or two houses are There is a glimpse througtt open windows of big The shutters are flung An am nuisance The town is too near the line to be and most qf the inhabitants have gone Practically all of life that is left belongs to the There is 6f and now and then one melts columns of infantry marching through towards the Their singing starts tolife ech oes that sleep in tht empty houses and the deserted The chime of their heavy boots can be heard a long way There is an insis tent of guns ahead of approp British flying low go strangely graceful wlnga glinting in the Down a side street you have a glimpse of men loading There are moun tains of loaves and the men come out of a one after the with armfuls of whilethe suck ing a clay pipe makes caustic In another street a column of men makes its way to baths towels i dangle over their and they grip 1 chunks of They are very in strong contrast to the men who pass coming the other way after tbolr spell under the A i with a book under one i smiles and one or two raise their hands Somebody ven tures which pleases the French priest 1 On a green patch of grouiffl outside the town Scottish troops are kicking a football and there are French soldiers and an old civilian or two looking The hum of a motorcycle disturbs the and a man white with dust from head to foot flashes by on his way to the They watcll his curved until he goea out of sight round a Towards nightfall a deeper stillness holds the and the voices of the guns are more can al most hear the terrible things they are The pavements are still i but occasionally a face will peer through halfopened as a lorry or a car goes thundering over tuti dusty THE PARTY Several members oi a womans war working party had assembled at the house of another and were chatting with the little daughter of their I hear you are a great help to your mother said replied the little mamma gives me a task to do every remarked the and what is your task for today I have to count the spoons after you have all I Robert Canadian speaker at the nnmial Thanksgiving Uny ban quot of the American society approved of the plan in leagun of but insisted that England and America urn to command the peaco of tho world by acting to He said us have i league of If it can lifi but us have that understanding and unity of action between the two worldwide Kngllshspenktng common wealths which will save humanity in years to come from the unbearable sufferings and sacrifices of a war such as United by ties of literature and the nations of the Britannic commonwealth and the atatcn composing the great American republic can command the peace of the They could have com manded it in if they had given Germany their Joint stand to the world for the responsibilities Im posed upon By their overwhelming power and unequalled neither nation can divorce itself from these respon Let no minor no petty rivalry and no unworthy dis divide those can command the worlds abiding Americas sharo in the war was praised by Viscount ambassador to Great Earl declared that Great Britain Iu the join iii celebrating Thanksgiving Day In mem ory of Americas achievements in tho The banquet was the most elaborate held by the society since Repre sentatives of nearly all the associated nations were A LAND OF PROMISE The bishop was addressing the Sun day In his most expressive tones he was saying And chll let me tell you a very sad jln Africa there are ten million square miles of territory without a single Sunday school where little boys and girls can spend their what should we all try and save up our money and do And tho as one replied in ecstatic Go to HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest ton Medicine Hat Larry Doyle admits he was awful green when he broke into the Wetaskiwin and Mr show with the I said that I was the greenest busher that ever broke into the ma jor I thought Dah STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand We will sell at a special discount up to December 3 All tires this seasons Must make room for spring ship ment All the standard makes and sizes including our Diamond This is you Display at our show BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CRO88 BOX To Publish Directory A provincial directory of poultry the Westminster and will hold From Toronto they champions of the Ontario Ama teur Lacrosse has decid ed to challenge for the Mann now Parliament held by and Fred Waghorne are the men be hind and they hope tq send the team west in the The challenge will be sent to the trustees through the of which Fred Waghorne is len and McGann were resMar man and I was almost afraid to open my mouth on the Polo I was more easily kidded than most I remembered a fine stringing Lou who was then catching for gave Shortly after 1 joined the Hants we went over to Brooklyn for a series Between games Hitter came over and began to talk to Where did you come kid he I told him What did yon bit was his next which will also contain the shows flf all with tne the Poultry will be published early in the coming THANKSGIVING DAY AMERICAN FOOTBALL At Bumkin Island Xa val 14 Camp At Maas First Naval 20 Naval Radio At Cleveland Western 14 At Cincinatti 0 University of When I told he said I dont wondnr you stand up there What do you liketo hit lie 1 toUl him and after that I tohl him to what field 1 generally Before lie got through with me ho sure had the low down on lie knew just what to call for when I wont to bat and every player on the Brooklyn club knew where to play for 1 was as respoctful to him as i could possibly and it for a long while that 1 tum bled to the fact that he had been kid ding mo and worming everything he wanted to know right out of i BRETT GETS DECISION BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS We Do Contract Rebuilding and Overhaul any Five Passenger Car for 45 Extra WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A Palace 2nd STODDAHT ENGINEERS Alter outclansing Mull Urock of Cleveland all tho way in their 10round Jinut bore to Frankie HiHi of New He I was given the newspaper Ah Britt warf going to his Brock struck him with such force thiii he wan unable to For HRvnral minutes the ring wan the ncene of a rough and tumble encounter between the adherents of tae The men are KILLIECRANKIE Estate on Which Famous Battle Was Fought Changer The historic estate of Kil has been acquired by Andrew the sum of I The which lies on the north ern bank of the extends about of which about twothirds are the remainder being arable land and The rental is tully The is noted as possessing the battlefield of the conflict taking place on July on the to the west of Urrard which was occupied at tho beginning of hostilities by Generall Mackays There a large mound which marks the spot where the slain were and in a field below the mansion is u Druidic standing marking the burial site of some important loader of the That I litre is no HkellhooU of the Dominion cancelling ex isting tor is the view ly Z3YSZKO AND 8TECHER DRAW Wrestle for One Hour in Bsneflt Bout at New York YOKK Wladek of and of the Great Lakes naval wrestled to a draw in a onehour catch as catch can match at Mulison Square Garden staged for lue benefit of the united war work Neither man itblo to obuuu a decUlve bold Louis 318 Fifth Street Mens Suits and Overcoats At Prices That Intensify the Selling Ready to wear clothes tfiat are superior in fabric and the work of the best made to measure Saturday Well demonstrate in a strong and convincing way the many advant ages of selecting your suit or over coat Suits to i Overcoats to Sulta of the finest worst oils and unfinished in new iillxtures of green and Overcoats in drossy Komiliuetl Chester ulsters and models for every Louis 318 Fifth Street Home of Hart Schaffner Marx and Fashion Craft ;