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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER !. 1M8 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus WE'RE oilier great free nations will enfranchise, them i lonHe;�l Hut Nothing Done-Wanderers Would nibs in ;! ! he l'..'fl;',- ' . on'."'.'' hiw.is. WAR TO END OLD  BALL FAVORITES i Famous- Little Trojan Gives Hasehull Lessons to diers of France. Sol- I. x Fred Merkle F'repares to His Days on the Farm. Announces. End He New York -.lohnny Kver v. i;li tli-- Knights of Colum ia France, i- a busy litM introducing American lu IT.mil ^o'liliers. A I-'.' i eivcl in Mil s i it y from inn.- lie iv holding has. along is work missionary �hall to the r just re-wrs relates ll! classes .� 1 Moilll'e;.! S"p s inative- er >; ill �;>.-: !... las! night. t!l" P nm-ph'". >� is vm>. iiiinoiiiii cures of tin National Hoi peiid-d for tl: move had > e j/.e the N. tl. the series was Not hi riff v--.il! h:'iM'.\ r,. OH Country Football Scores ^ Chicago. O-  1 - Turri i.i. ks upon baseball until t onions shall have heeti d; terns' !1i-' Uhine. niembei Tib machine, who won Mi 11 it ini- ton. h. -ii 1. eondn he .1 i. I -Ji a hi.. Hi.1- 'o.iiiwm Kri- I.; London 111-.. plae. '�I I'' until ilie annual A . which tal.-s "Mike" Qr.iun. of tyi ;>>�;-. � ii! that I'.e lia.i -ail M,.> tjueii-. hi--, rights and prv;! iiuinn if Toronto, an I lie was -ci ahPnd if other elubs wer- iviTi. moved that the .V II I. -.t.jwn! .1 unlay , . c:t>- Combination !.t(.-.-i! 1 Am ' llll" - ' 1. Hhtnttitsuam l-'Ul! M ii! 'J. i lap'"U Midland Sect li a df.e.d War ' mil " 1! .r.i-bi 1 i ;.. lliarlf.'rd 0 ('on:' 1 1 No 'I'-Mie: aam Sht-'liehl \Ve,r.'...s.!.i'-' Mai Lancashire Sectioo nia'kburri I. .Mama. .-- '� 1 :t*!d 0 auto tires OF ALL SIZES vulcanized By the Famous Haywood SvMern RE-TREADING fi. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work puaranleed .Special Equipment for I'lm Cut Rrpaini. r. d. ritchie 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ell-son Mills Hulton l'.\ erton Mam-h'-.s (leb.-iiik Hum iicn :. Riirii.ir:. k �. l>Hm,>.i,:T He. rt' 1. rartrk :.t;.th'ri''.'!! >� S' Mi-rni J '.e (iertll.ill iveii Inn k s of Mic � NaiijiuM i bampions'aip. bu! i mild me !!i" world ::tl'.. have si at:--:-'d d wide, . ompU i'ii; w;;ii lh>- n:-provost m.u-ba! general, ii work or huh' mc the men who ::\ tinruial wiiiibl he connt..'il .-h tor -->' -asutis more of 1ms.-ball on ilo V..- time.' hut who limb'.- pre- or nidi:lor. - probably will n-.' ilon th--i. ..;.>rni acain. f.-.-.i M. rkl-- -iand--;.: > emiip-i:' 'I'll" last .-at i:i ij-.e i;a::o-., lU'ston on S.-in  � in Ik .� 11 sound.-i , :.ps" on M'-rkb-'s l-.i.-ebail (.ar".1:' ) of :'.:� '.-.nii'. stormy and the mo.; I :�;.:---! in,- in The ira;;!.-'- Inst".--., I'i;>- i'!i:.i;:o nr-r K"r hinis.-lf ai li,;:- !, >- a'.l M.ruiUfi; ' I!" Iia-�on-- ba- . 'i. In- farm am! "�'.I -I" :::.....m -n..!�:' o! lu. In Par- -a service ii ill*- We won. ,\-.-.s almost like a world -�o ke-n was the rivalry i....-m of Mi" crowd, com;-boys on tu.'louiih and h Gen-.lohnny. K'dWled ar like a � whixs out o.de Paris, lo his staff a-chall like spirit they I played on !' id i'.. It rie- sanies. and en'hus-i-.i| of our a'a excited IT - ot e Mie i'--r | 1-s- llll il populace 'We had an um-vow(i;l -it.-d Soiithamplon liefo:-.mil' Head ,n several i :i,e aboii" the chanp.- a .-. and will pie-i-nt ::. aiMHK olfi� y-ar mark. I- lac !ly army, ills left arm. i'nih disorder The llttte trip ov-r. | .: �> com in is to I papers from j ai Mi" draft ! . -elf at a re- � T.A try for a ' r :h-' tlui'v , Belgian Official Havre. Sept. :;n.--Belgian and Ilrit tisii forces, under coinmand of KiiiK Albevt, continued today to niul-e pro-Ki'ess and readied the environs of Koulers and crossed the Houlers-'deit-in road. The official sta'etneiU of the Belpian war office reads: "The allied and lU-l.fian troops, tin der command of KIliC Alln-ri^ continued their brilliant attacks and made further progress in spite ot attempts to check them. Tlirnuithont the day o: Sept. :;o. t/ie allied fori'�n In I'land-'rs added furtiier to iIipL* siicc'sse i alom; the fron' of the t'elKian army and the front, of t!ie Hrilish army. "The I'elitlau tinny, supporled by i'reudi 'orces. pushoil their line forward two kilometres, capturing Sia-deiset and reached the approach) s to Koulers and crossed the Itoulers-M"tnn hienroad. "The army of t|en. Piumnier threatens M.-iiln and has readied tiie river Ly� on a llii.- from Warneton, thrmufli i'oinini-s to Werv'.ci|. ia front of five lUll.-s. "Additional prisoners and more cannon were captured, but it has not been possible to count them." British Official Statement London. Sept. -The text of ih" lltitisli statement reads: "In operations yesterday north We cannot Isolate our tlioiiKbt and action in such a mutter from the lliotittht of the n-r.l ot the world. We must either conform or deliberately reject what l bey propose ami rwnlRii the leadership of liberal niindu to others "I tell yon plainly as eomiiinndi". in-chief of our armies and of the pal-hint men in nur fleets as the present spokesman of the people In our deal lints wilh men and women throUKh-uit the world who are not our par! per-,, as I lie responsible head of a meat Bovernmeiil which stands an ' Is Miicstioiied day by (lay :ih Id Its pur- -- I poses, its principles. Its hopes, wlir Washimtton, Sept. President j t!l,T ,l,f,> 1"> "'Tvleetililo to mo ever, Wil-on tutlav sleti.e.l into the bread, '"' ""'>' " ����� �'1'" of the senate llitiu ov.r M.e woman ",nh> . tvitic ::. Third Lanark queens Kanqer.s '.'. Partick 1. Clyie 1. FOOTBALL. Ye-t -.il.T. Football Lesio... 1 AMERICA'S BEST WRESTLERS READY TO THROW KAISER RADIATOR TROUBLE i Three of America's l-adin? wrest-, l"is. Karl ('aibjo.k. "StrntiKb-r" l-M i l.ev.'i-. and Joe S'e.die-, ate mnv .;i 'i'nde Sam'- service f'a block is a ittenaiu in an infantry regiment while Ste. her r.t the Crt-it Lakes Naval Training Station, at-.tl l..--.tis at Camp (irant. Koeliford. Ill ST. KITTS DEFEATED ..hi peji Ko-o sj i it;i; il has been a l.rtl" moie ditticult f-.r no- to i?ci into loiidltloti ami the Miii" would bill., i ome -nun when I would have found mys.-tl sittniR on me bench, waitiui; for a ciian. .� to but in a pinch, while some fre.-:i yountfst.-r - iiftdier. probably : 'mis koiic for.-v.-r. 1 believe the old tilll" alt"!' a layou that  sever.il years. ' Hill Killii.-r will i b.t-.-b.ilN ,v)i.-a I,.- r-hand j,-; .-Jiad" in I he also ' hail > Molbicber TO ANDY Toronto, Sep". 2� - The !' la, "c -se team defeated St. ; here today in the lirs! of ' and-home itatneis for the j championship by a score M .lit l.i nils f'.it!'.ariin � the home-f I. A. of r, to About l,0iiu fans braved the cold weather to svitness the riiiiii>. St. Catharines brought aloiiR all ot the ri'Rii-bir team and had four ad tit ions from .Montreal in the t>ersons of McCarthy, Farney, Doran and Walsh. Maitlamls had only their usual toam. No gas-no fuss-no muss- Won't blow out in the wind- Won't spill over and burn the tube- Marvel JuniorVulcanizer BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF 8ERVICt" .ocal fans do not is will come back promises to la.| mitmue to throw ii not throwing uniy, as will Pub O'Karreil and Mill MeCabe ltollit^ '/.elder, an-other old tinier, wim proliablv will never play til-; l".it;iie hail a^ain, ha-: retired to his farm. Phil I lunulas is booked for a job In Mie Alabama Power � oiupitiiy of H!r:i:-iiiKhum; U'ortmati has a job with a Paltimore drydock compaay. Nb;; Carter will pitch for the Virginia Ku-pout company team and do a little--very little -work in the null between Karnes. i.Tiailey Pick will no to work in ti San Fraud o-o .shipyard as soon as he can reach the Pacilic eoarl. Claude Hf.ndrix and "fli|ipo" Vaughn have announced they probably will remain in Chicago and seek wartime jobs. "Hippo" expects to .staKi' a comeback in baseball when the war Is over, but llendrix, with lotiK yeuis of faithful service with the blK show behind him, is not so confident. !'lack will work as a surveyor for a railroad construction company near his homo at Belleville, 111. Turtle Harbor is hesitating between a a munitions plant with a chance to play ball on the sid" and a season as : understudy to some farmer. A Or.U a soldier in Fram � ' Mint Id had durnik' Mie � r iriv. A T>art> of German- were b ony mar (bed to the iii(!(ir-To ho. key team, whom lie knew well. The renegade had a broad �;rin on iiis fai e. but riot no very friendly reply to bis Kreetintt Another of the prison ers came I rom CnicitRo, and spoke LtiK'ish fluently It is evaien; thai some of our hyphenated citizens have succeeded in eettitiK "home" since tin-war iK-Kan.- St. tjuentin. th" Midland division alone . I took t.o'HI pri inner-' alld In ^uiis..... s .."lb-tweeti P.dllcoiirt ami Cotinel i"ii t i Mie eiii-my I'l-sistam  yesterday was stubborn Ami-rn an. Australian and Ktiftlr-li troops hao h-vivy tlKhtlnK until tile late eVenitlK. Ill Spite of till' .-t.-on:; opposition they gained ground am! took many prisoner-. "At llo.-ii and Villers-tiiiislain, ho-" , (tb- coutiter-at'a -k _ the western outskirts of those villa*:- ; en l-'.lsewhere our xalns were maintained and to the north of flontielleu further proi;refs was made In the t v-eiiitiK in the direction of Les Kucs des Vicnes 'Heavy flditinK also occurred yes teniav ufieinooU on the left of the batIb'front. Our advanced troops, who Jiad taken ?Ttib"iielii.|il au-llac and had entered AlleilX, were compelleil to withdraw from these villages. "West and northwest of Cambral, the -d detachments le.iched the jlillctioii of Mie Ai ras-Ciimbrai and Hapaume t'ambral roads and entered (he iiortlt- �i ii suburbs of the- Kin n "ll.-avy biMse.i were inflicted upon the enemy In the repulse of determined eounter-iittucks launched In this sector. "Heavy rain lias fallen duriiiK the niubt and the weather Is still .stormy." in a persona!! number ask"d a war measure. i om urreiu'e of the in.-titiitlonal amend-iniefit proposing th-- extension of the stilTrate to women as vitally i>sseiitial ' to the successful iirosecution of the ! itrear war of humanity In which we '; are ens.'iKi'il," th" president said. "I 1 have come to urc,> upon yon the con-i sid. rat rn.s which have led ni" to ! that condii- Ion It is not only my : privilege. !t '.- also my duty to appris,. i -oil of I'Vl'I'l . I!-'Illll italic.- and ele-'mint involved In this momentous j slriiKKle. wbb 1: s'-ems to me to affect jits v.-ry |iroces- nnd Its utmost. | I'ontiutilne Ihe president said: ,i" "Tiits war would not hav lie.-n fought either by the other nations eu-oflK.-iueil or by An:--,"ica if It had not tl for tile serc.ces of the women services rero;:ul/"d in every spin-re t not mi r.-ly in the fields of elfoil.s in which w" have in.en a< customed to � 'e th.-r.i iviirS. but everywhere men have winked ami upon the v-ry skirts , and ei|K,-s of the battle itself." We shall not only be di:-trusted i but .ball deserve to In- di'truste,| if i we do not enfraiu hise them wi'h tin- "fy material and spiritual resource this , pre,it nation possesses-I tell you � plainly that this measure which I , ore., upon you is vital to the wltir.l'.:;: (if the war and to the ener^leu alike of j prep ir ili in and of battle. "And not to the winnini; of tho war onh. |t |:, vllal to the rie)it solution .of til" cr-at problems we mns! seltle 'and settle itiitne llately wlien the war is over. We shall need (hem in our vision of afialiH. as we have never �needed tIi�� 111 In-fore, the sympathy inn' Insiirlit and deal moral Instinct of the women of the world. The problems of that time will strike to the roots i of many tlilnus that we have not hitherto i|iiestione.| and I for one believe that our safety in those (p'estlotiiui;  lay-, as v..-li as our comprelieiiPioii of mailer.' that touch society to the i|iib-k will depend upon the direct ntul authoritative participation of women in our counsels. We shall need their : moral sense to preserve what Is riKh! and line ami worthy in our system .of life a. ui'll as to discover JUd! what it is that oiiKlit to be purified and �'reformed. Without their counielllngi | we shall bo only half wise." NOVA SCOTIA HONORS MASSACHUSETTS GOVERNOR Hoslotl. Mil-'. . Sept. ^