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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX ^KDXESDAY, OCTOBER 2, MIX "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus IT 6A>rs here that CAfePtH mon*\HAN t*HZ> CiEEM MAOE .V-^ A CAPTAIN. AT LAt>T HE H/Vb AMOUNTED To ^OME - -*> invite him "to dinner DID XOO -wf^TE IT OUST A"b t DICTATED1 IT- $j.ma, ^u�X" }HmaAa�.: WHAT 1^ tnXT |* OF J30LD1ERS� AN V Jt^^ asm* -ft. WfU-IP IT w monaviam (COXTINUKU I'llOM Il'BONT PaOI) The Sport Page UIIS MCA: ' HENINGER SELLS TAKES EUROPE: SHEEP IN NO CALGARY TRIES Cow Town Critics Throw 1.' Different Kinds of Conniption Fits. Poor old Cow Town! What a crude lunch of beefer.i th"y are! Cow Town! Beefers! Get the. connection? Krer since the Calgary Intermediate* came to Lothb.-hlgo and wcr? humbled in tho dust In Sa'urday'i double header, the Calgary bunch ha.* been working overtime ist.:bllsfc)ng alibis. It was the same thing nt Mcli-clne Hat whore another aggregation the Junior*, were bumped tnic* in the Mffls spot she famo day. The Calgary Albortan sport critic (?) raTs and rants and falls all over AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famnus Haywood System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Kim Cut Repair*. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th SI S. Opp. El'lson Mill* service station henryTdenn Proprietor All MakM of Batteries Charged nd Repaired 11 7th Street 8. Phono lie himself trying to excuse ;h-> Calgary | butuh. No excises are needed. Th�' j Calgary boys arc .snappy little players i but they ran up against .-omothius n, little better hero. j The big alibi of i-wirM1 is that th.ej Let-huridgo team was composed ..f , seniors. ' Ye?, seniors like Wale KMpath who \ is 1". years of ape; seniors like 1'erko, j I'rendorgast. Kennedy. Sang. Fit/p.u rick, and the rest of them, all of i whom have still to accept their e!>:h- j tecnth birthday Kit1.?. j Then there is the usual ~r^.i-e about i the umpire. That's old stuff, though ! it may still be young anil tender up j in the Mldnapom bushes. ' : certain r>\;v gi>lf is coif." and mean! i an i' in 1M ! i"e or �'"a m as "she the ico: than a " iw.iy to i r i t. ,1 tor Oi'.l. t* seldom iitnentary tlash t:.-r and la-titij; nd this we.-ml Italy. 1-� the gaai-!� .-s all wiii' have g'.'ne w -i for ball.-. ! i. essalitly. in Koine -\i and ilrawitut are.idy 1; ' for pe\: Ktirope. Or>'i . s.-a^on riW'! in Kngauii Edmonton. Sept. no.--At the sheep sale held in Wet.isklwln l-iiday by .1. T. llenitiger of l-ethbriili;e only r.no were sold by auction, four or five hundred were sold afterward by private sale and the whole of the remainder of ^ihmi went to Simon Duivnle and sons ot Carstairs the following morning. The sheep were offered by auction by (Jeorge [,. Owens of WVtasklwIn. but after about .'b'o had been sold Mr. ll'Miinger realir.e.l that the buyers L Ottawa. Oct. 1 - -The secretary of state has Issued warrants tinder tin-consolidated orders respect lug ���n-sorship forhlddlm; the jva-si's-ion In Camilla (if copies of two hugely circulated and important foreign lan guiise publications of an extremely revolutionary and socialistic type pub- lished in Winnipeg. Until newspapers lire printed In office. Oil", a newspaper vear.-.' ttandlni:. is entl'b I .�lb'.! at could r -Il-'i day a :nor it i TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLE TO ANDY HE'LL FIX IT Rur Dallas Hotel (Upstair*) "BABE" GOT $1,300 FOR GAME For pitching nine Innings against the Hartford, Conn., club Sunday, Babe Ruth received more money than he arot out of the world's series with tho Cubs. For working that one game Iluth was given $1300, while in the six world's series games hH share was less than SHOO. Kuth is in big demand throughout N'ew England and the Independent club which played against Hartford had to bid high to get the big Hed So/, burler to pitch the game. The game was extensively advertised and an Immense crowd iurmr.1 out to gee Babe pitch and win his game. He did no; hit any home runs, however. ,-. Forv!e..iM 1 for a �, though ro- auenfr to the I.-: >o I'.nhs. 1- ft d�-r with a p.-house, cali.ng Hie latest he painted re, wh.-n Ills shot? the glistening die had troubl, ron-e.iijrn'lv, a red obje.-! to dhtinguii-h. Oerasi.'inaily som" one �:�� and material I i'�n teams are ! v Saturday and j well, formed ,i "ma-y--ar and base-ntmuo until after I southern rest nm. nt ban made ipuNory. and for hntiy 1'vers has ra! Vidal's corp � . .. Swiss border.! teaching a thou,-.! ;;. ti to piny ball t v or slxtv words  b. � a mall I.i !o I'.nl-min'-nt -!>".-; :->r a do.vn - of rut.he: His rea.-un w- re \\ :i::d--i whtte shells :n locating t he (Igiire I ;: would he lip. WOLGAST DACK TO NATURE Fcrmer Lightweight Champion comes Farmer Be far Wi.lg.i.-v'o I'.iik be.'ii Idle in nl'h..iiKh lie occa�ioualis 'hr.eiiih Michigan with an 1 : int.- film of the mem- .i ' -Ni-lsoti i hamplon. hip oA.-vi-r, did no* [ir.-v-� re-an I 'h little Dutchman s.n th a head -in- inanufacture club. After all. the man !>�� to apply. to whom he. li � :t:'.!" -ev.-ral futile attempts to � !�! ; u wok , ' a gnWrnuient :ia-t!.-> but v-.i-i always turned do-.*'!!. I- l. -aid that a Milwaukee friend oh-t i'!i--I th- f.tn.:.:ig posit'..in for him. I p fo this tltn- Wolgast has hee-i .living wi"i .. i.rotlier. he . iin-1 a me the old ! i-lab. 'It' nm- CORNWALL FOR N. L. U. EVERS TO CUSS IN FRENCH Player Prepares Bill to Roast Klem. N Umpire , MIIK'-tli lleli.-.n . .---a -loll ; I.a. ro----: u '.VI Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK 0PP08ITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 Paris-Af to lie touch Kb-m in pa Is s'ui-iui- Th- lift!-rector of ba- 0r -too were sold niter the regular sal- In this way and tii- following morning Fred Pownb- arrived in town and bought tho rest of the lot, some i::on. About Too were sold nt $13.50 that day. bringing in $li'.S.'ai. These sh.-pp were brought up from the Lethtirldgf ranch about six weeks ago on account "f the drouth In the outh country, anil Mr lietiln;:er !i . verv sincere in his praise of the fod-':f Johnny starts i,,,.r for 3S ,,lpld:,,d 1,,'thl* ri.un- uud-ri-tool ln,.ry He le-lievr-s there at" thousands 1 of gold dollars going to waste here 'every jcar by rea -on of i.'p-lr b-ing no sheeji on thi-�e Kpb-ndid p.i-turea. and b- lieves thill In a few yi ai-i thli part of the country will be dotted wl!' -mail .-In-ep rain lies, lie di'l !-".' b.es-State to say tint the shee;i h.nl done !,-:ter up here than in the .mutli � country, and the lambs were a third j larger. His only reason for -hlppiiif-, back south for th- u inter was to have all liis stuff und--r the one head, and In-had acciinmlated there almost i-iiuugh feed for th- winter. Mr. li-Mn^.r has just bought out a couple of ran i lies on Kipp Coulee beloiigmg to the Ktl'.herford Bros, and taken over about -tool) shop with these ranches. Ills sheep werii practically nil vmtiig ewes. Then- were about fifty pure bred Shrop rums which he nold privately at an average of $.13 The ewes were mmtly a Lincoln and Shrop crof.s with the UuiuWei. and were bred uji to about three- ijunr-t.-rs and seven eighths on the heavier type. The sheep were not looking their be.d, having been driven in overland the mllen through tl�i mud, and this may have deterred from buying some farmers used to the long .-r form aheep. Tim principal reason would seem to have, been, however, that the Kale had not ),��� advertised for a sufficiently long time, and thnt the farmers were still more or le-s uncertain as to the outcome of their harve-t. Mr. Hettinger is fitting up some 2000 wethers at his ranch at Millet for the Kdmonton market. ertehyj.marnd" and Is rkralni.in language Th- o'h. i is under dlctlnci i ntitrol. | print-, d on tiic :i.i:m.- press.-: j paper, i; In the Hussleii latig I entitled the "II ib-Hchylan ire 'papers have b-i-n [inlili. hci advecalliig the do: tviio-s a:n t-s of th>- Uusrdan lPd-lievlkl publidied consiler.ii.le iii-it:. r licism of the action of tin- alii, ers In Intervening in Siberia of these he same if many in- "liob-. d in the �r. wii'i-h nlthoi > ai tiii, u::'.' and 1 " Tin ,, g matter 1 pi a, lie. and ha\ij in crl-1 i.ow- In the region south of I.fry woro re-pulsed with severo lossos to tho on-emy after sharp eiigngomonts. Belgian Cavalry Busy. Willi the Holgbin Armies in Finn-dors, Oct. 1. -Ilelglnn cavalry hna (ome Into acllon In tho vicinity of Holders nnd hint suncuodod In cloaring-up strips of the country. American Advance. Washington, Oct. I.-Furtlior advances by the American forces advancing along the Mousn rlvor and in th" Argonno forest wero roported in Cion Pershing's communication for today, received tonight at tho war department. American patrols havo passed beyond Cloiges and are maintaining contact with tho onoray. Moro than I no hostile planes nnd 21 balloons havo been shot down by American aviators since, Sept. 20, den. For-slilng said. Belgian Official. London. Oct. 2. French nnd Belgian troops have made fresh progrosn ; in the direction of Hooglcde nnd Hon-; lers, and the British liuve tuken I.ede-' gin in on the" Itotilers-Ithelm.s rallrond,  aiciuiling to the Belgian official statu-. meiit i - -iied la-t night. ' A Iliitlsh dotachmont, the slate-J mint says, has crossed tho Uyt bo-|twi.en Wervlcu and Comliies. ! The siaremeut reads: "(in (lit. 1, tin- openitlons In Klan-; d'Ts iindcr Hie coiumiind of the Kim: i of llelgliini developed fuvornbly, des-  pile the resistance of the enemy Tho ' energeilr French and Ilelglnn troops iii.ub- new p-ogress in the direction ot llooglede and Itoulers. South of Hou-lers. the British troops captured 1,c-ileglii'tn. on the Uoiilers-Menin railway, llrilisli detachments erosr.ed tlio Lis between Wervicii and Comlnes. "llrlthdi lu-rlal mpimlrons bnnibnrded l.ychtervelde, causing a fire at tho L'h [ railway stat iii 1 several n. They ,-ilso broke up enemy convoys." U. S. PASSES BILL TO TAKE ELECTRIC PLANTS An Ini r, was killed it.:..!-:- of public work* in I on Sept. ISrd government, Is in the city ~ ---- John Labatt Seittcherd, son Scatcherd of London, Out, late Alan 1>. Scatcherd, grand-the late John I.ubatt, and of Major Humo Cronyn, In action In France S3 it: A BARGAIN IS NOT HOW LITTLE YOU FOU THE PAY, BUT HOW MUCH YOU GET MONEY SPENT. OUR USED CAR DEPARTMENT OFFERS BARGAINS BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" OUIMET QUITS GOLF Boston, Friday.-I-i' utennnt Fran-els Ouimet announced last nipht that he will play no more golf for the period of the war. Since joining th-army ���.otir a year ago he lias p ir-tieipated in many nii-Mi'-s for the Red Cross and for the Camp Iievens Atlietic KriuiphK-nt fund, raising a large sum ot money. Kiuee receiving Ills coiumi-.-don he bus been finding it diltleult to spare the time for these con tests. INVESTIGATE 0. C. ACT Vancouver. Sept. '.',<).-Representatives from the workmen's compensation hoards of Albert.., Huhkatchewan odd -Manitoba are in Vancouver today for an Investigation into the way in which the UrlUalt Columbia act is working outi J. A. Cal.br, minister and coloninatlon, will 'or i'.-.-ni; Hiver toiilgtit. The - of the trip will bo to hoo the loiintry, both ministers de-sir-get a (irsthand Idea of its resources and possibilities. Premier Stewart, Hon. C. It. Mitchell. Hon. Duncan Marshall, and \V. \V. Cory, deputy milliter of the Interior, will accompany them. b-avo purpo? north itig to INFLUENZA IN CAPE BRETON Sydney. N. S , Sept, �0.- -Kivo deaths !- ,-r- le.-i.lud here and in North Sydney during the week-end from Spanish | llll.Ucli/..-�. It is po'-sihle that the schools, theatres and ehuroheg will be closed horn as there are, many serious cases of tho malady. During the epidemic: in Now Water ford it is said that thorn were 1200 cases and that one doctor attended to 300. Tho bituation there ia now well in hand. AT BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessorise. Batterlee. Phone 1023 324 11th Street 8outh, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng Notice to Customers of the Graham Motor Co. We wish to announce that beginning on the 1st of October our garage will be run on a cash basis. The Graham Motor Co., Limited E. AINSWORTH, Manager If You Are Considering the Purchase of A Used Car it will pay you to examine our stock. We have the following to choose from: 490 Chevrolet Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One Dodge Touring One Ford Touring One McLaughlin Touring All in good shape. Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IM OUR RED CROSS BOX 07842625 732??5 ;