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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX SA'JTRDAY, OCTOBER 1918 FATHER anus ri$ HER rWOULOISPT THOUGHT �T WOULD GOING 10 SIBERIA ,T," " � - "1 ^^^^^^ 1 � � S ^'JLL * * * * * h r ' I 1 * t  "f- :V.V "rm. h tti r M 3 * S.ili ,,.;��-i 7** f./f F00II0 v v *"* ** -* A > > : * : :� * [There* thro* for ynu wiih !hrr^ m%n i in ono inning*. Po:\': worry. oM b >y. [ any tram whii run pl.iy i*,v i .k.u:" within r. minut'V of � .uh o-!,.-,r. MENNONITES MUST ATTEND SCHOOL v | two hours' ?kvi> durinp i won't wcakon. ; 11 Junior Games In Calpary bertan Critic Stili Wailing. Al- lium- the Action in the Game and Cut Out Three-Day Features. i A 25 SPIKE-TAIL ! *i '1 ,1 4 4 > 1 L E > V 1 Mfrtlrino Hat junior ball t^im in Tndor! Calirnry on Thursday ntnl hro'K^ rvon. win nine th*^ ilr?: moounter to 11 anft lo^inp tUe second - to I. Calvary played practlraily the ?arao lino-;jp as appeared hero Lift Saturday. The Calvary Alb^rtan rontinur.* tho iiprlal ftory, thunly: T;;o r day v.-o r.^portol .jc of j.rairir ch'.vk^n a� in* �� i r N1��� � o:ni'- another rop?r( from Mr. Sp*-n. .� who--'' ptr!y rl..'jn�:il up 'Z~> the upon-in*: day. i Map.y part'*1^ ar.1 Ii.Mni; made tip t.i �'hu.-t* tin1 ft.'!*tiv*' ?�plkffail. \V. S i'm;; . .. tho -:or>" j dav ; :ir-1 '." | fjui'-kly af*** ' Uali h'dUay Hard J�-k- t!:r-.''ai:h. alt' had '!)�� f.v:"t-�rily in L _ lava, 1 t'.O '�' .'.tii! t!f It.: .it1 1 a',^ L i !ai ':,":".( an -nor' v� �!�"r^ a: !i;i-> of ftin tlw^o da> pulling ur.nid nM fcanu' of h,1 .-..jiij .jiramsf ! a -'.'all. nr. In fait, any otii^r nt; Ion T 1 4 ' I f.-w k. t. j-.ara*'. a * p 1 4 + 1 1 f t �p ' 'V' t - .-p-t�rt in l!it^ ronntrv V.a- a loni; as * i c* s i i L * i - * 1 r , , , .Sliovon J. V. foot;. Hor I'nurtlr- an I Ju�t n* soon a� the Hat paper Mopn j T Urahilin h:vVP -ibbpd up a va-crabblnf: "*U**t om-o tnnr. from our | for ,.h.,k,.n :|!; t im lit-;.* ;ii> 'ho pr�'d:( tP'ti-* ��f an A;:>>> t,u;-tl �.�v �l..-.\k.> itro print a- favoring � h.-n Kary hy motor today. funny how thoso papers po: hold of j tho wronK ond of tho stick �o easy. If tho many rt'adors rriuombcr rightly the Albertan said that the Monarch^ wore Juniors that had never played in the Senior league, and whilo we �ay j that I-cthhrldje had senior* wc dl-.l not directly Mat* that thoy were over fljjtv ff the Monarrhs had takm Dod i J.ewl�, "Ftf Turner. Freddy Watt->: and Charlie Huffman out of the tor U ] fionlor l*^acuo (these boys are alt * tlvr ago>, they would hate need'-d nothtne but those hoys and an anjpan> briilce Herald don't think we sot ten 1 app;i.\i*;oji, 'i-:r.a..,i\ bits let them tell us outright. The . nf Montreal, ^tror.^iy crltt-sied writer of this fitory made two, to|t*th- 'editorial supRestion of a Montreal pier with two each from Lawther, Sav- j pf,r tn4tt re*olut*� refusal cf thr�*e afe and Scott the first time on base, j Canadian commisiionrr*. in a tribunal of six." would he sufficient to en-I *ur* the application's rejection. \ ft^rci* all fJt*- >' i?- till � 1 * * I I � - I 1 roil am 1 1:2 O: 4 * 1 i p f I tim*'/ h- r" :n * I t t am 1 11 ' d ^ >  - 4 1 1 an: �* dun*' d:tl al'd I ,i:ti * t,r !..Vi* Up " a I: a w .. �.. � 1.1  r:.i'!r ran *in\�.i from thv war .iltu-i-' � � be a refonu.i*!o�i in ,-a>' ir-itii;':;: ti:n'' t/.;--:i otlt tor t�-.i A ?::r-'.- d i'. �;.,iv n.'.'urally be �-\p i to p.t[-' i\ prr dd i'a:- r hr !!;�. h or ll-*.:-'*!-:.!* ' 1 ' ' ' r- * � ' 1 i>!v :h*':;t�� pa'.. ii"d .it of r::.* r-�. J 111'- s 1 t ;' '.i ; 11- 1 � � � �il*  d ' ;� tr. a*1 if*1 tain 0:1 1}, � ti, .' 1 .. : � � 0:' th- �.t'^i 'ty. Alt; ni''�i in i'.  bl in th-tor i ThN n: :� v. h"ii tit*- --.i i after an .� \>. Vark> : showed Vrrri"d in !' C. wax ? v It Uecitia, Sask.. Oct. - IMciu-I't Manin nnnouu-ed todav that three or four puhlte t-ehools wouhi In' iminediately or^anU'.eil in tlie Metttumite romiiiunity t�oiith of thorn and that ail tdiiMron there, wheth� r Mennonites or not, wotilil he Hubjoi't t > ; v v V .-. ; 1 j'.aii had 1 oth " a had h**� y - of the * hat titers ;�-ft alld a n t I Voocr/aver. Oct. 1- Tho pnlii-f are �- d. and that 1 hmkhiK for John Wailarc MeCof. o-nt to tlu>;[(i;''''k 011 ,nr Htro��ih of � warrant i(jc.,rv '; oharninc hint with fallinj: to carry  1 do bv' the '' vi'1,"I1,'M that he is not a memher of [ * "Ia-� 1 undor tlie .Military Servlte , �'-',- 1 Avt. M't'ontKu-k was arreted nomo �'nail sum  * Ia> t* apii tinder the Idler.i' acf ami tii-; (statement thut ho a woimrled and 1 f predate 1 ..S ad In .� 'lihr.duo A on tl � ivo a mi ' u-ar. - io.v � � d>:i7. an incn aso of $'.:,"-"'''.� over the ^ame month la>t vear. Harry Hunter is now taking th�* iltli grade at the local school. Hn was employed at M(.L.^ren's mill during the summer. Mrs. .1. Padcn left Sundav ovenim? by Vr. W. o complim !e K�' I will h" due Jar*, a 1 1 o -i- 'he ",i;j a -.t,.'." Ula'i ' ioid :e-u.' d o; .T-'tiV .tI n-i matter : I" "p:.- .' h-".- .til^, r.. *:; 'ippor: : h- K� i . , . caused * ' 111 s 1 a �> ;; a : P ' life to man. ti^ver AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famoua Haywood System *C-TRtADING & REPAIRINQ By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for lUm Cut Repair*. R. D. RITCHIE 20t 13th at *. Opp. EtUeen Mills ( -The �uggOMion." Commlsiloner ; lr,P(l ,( A;.k ,;:,v of !u.w member^ iMignault said, 'that the throe 'saV ilhoxli sl \ am !to entertain the applteatUm and thus I l>orJa;n thl.v %v;U slr(1.uo(v recommend 1 preclude rny possibility of its boinii {determined on it-* merit-*. J imjuj^i regard otherwise than ;o an ir. u'.t, 1 which I hope was no* deliberate, r> itho honor and integrity of the Cant 'dlan commissioner?" The commissioner*. Mr Mlgnatilt went on, had .subscribed a solemn do. * cUratton that they would faithfully M�ud Impartially perform the duties I imposed on them by treaty. This >o*.l to �- it trouble* ?i.ou ii trial d pp. Yn'.ir rare-: :'.:;d cr *. n playing Ifi'iM' t:nio (Man I - :f ^ ;i liv;:ig .', ! a'   dav poke.'  i? --!. of all t tor !.;:� ;r � �  \  ! 1 p'\ iiap- r !.�.!* i.....\: \ \ l " i - 1 1*1- fc * n f . 1 - h 1 � i-*s, it uas the sacri-,;o had died r.*' who had had ho far r.i' eh. i 1. a: � an' 10' T-ei. S'''"v.-ta + 1 t 1 1 if V.- e ]\-... f p 4 ho h1- with Vi- e Presid K\�-> .lUvr C p: e r. I.aup-:.  H Aiey..!!: !* r I. !'..: ! .a*.v . � v.* i - IPk; . Mr- li iitt- r. P:e^ v well the. DESERTER KILLED, I HIGHER COAL FREIGHT 1 fund* to! MILiTARY DLAMELESS i F!^tTES( U.S. TO CANADA i Winnipeg, o.-'t. -i. The military an- \ 'hoiitit-* were exonerated of all blame I Washington, Oct. 1. Railroads uof in with the death nf Will-! under federal control were authorized o-.o others ; lam Korlinek, who died WerlneMdav \ !iy th" Interstate commerce eommis 5 a�. the result of blood poison which [: Ion today to Increase their rates on |lo;!owed u wound causcil accidentally coat trnm the J^-nnsylvan'a fielda to ! u b.Ie resisting arrest ;i deserter, points in Penns> Ivanla, New York ! in the finding of the jury at tho cor and Canada to a level with those lines 'oners' impiest lav. nifptt. under federal control. # ]e. !'m! : i i *4 i l im r. � f'-r T Im win abroad none a round w;*h tha' p.ntl- -:'ar fne:id of flfVOPACt MTTCKV i your*- -yotl Know V.\* o:o- I mean, the one from wh^m. you want to get a bit of your o.vr. b:?!;. Ch v!!'*;ige him to play > 'jit a fame fir on \ l ,vo, or �-vejj thlee balsn a�>d .l.i \(! if u> I.:oi. i: th� ftpoti oft him. ' Kh Man, �� a great game " TIiink of the sat sia�-' am you gi-t of hl> death and r�*Mrr. irn H" >aid he wa- in T!vir.-.Iiiy, wio-n he Kngt mof>t famott" Titn knew therrt wio t treaty would dpeedUy become a de-d . , letter "If the member a of this tribun-! 'rmn hohng a long or ..c,...g a al were to divide equally on national j ma.>hJe l*:l^* ^id w.nmng tb- m..h id linea, without any regard to the claims ' Rl tn ibhn on toe r c! lek.o.-r i big lua'.i h 0:1 and that this man belonged to on " 1 Lord Hawk? is Awake i One of th..... who reeognUe 'hit! criekit ni-.v uadergo r.idh al madl n .ition, aithouwn be is natural!'/ ex -ntelv co',- -tv.iti\e and a mipp �:'� * ot the old order, l.oi-l Huwke live i ii:ie- president of thtr Mary 1 e Km.; and ' ('-'"er- m Pr. Inkri.'e ^ at Ih.llik.- I ir ars trea-a p;ofe Ul. if* 1 * i j i g:wf ha:d ,' relu .l.g ' o :,e; . Secret- �Hi'1: A>*ii-c .lilllpps; utt; -nd W Phillip--; ���dames; MeR^r-allough, S. 1 s hearty vote j : k as secret- . I the nomin-ensure o" * i I t � - - l t ir.ff11- 1 t 1 4 i h ii.:. it the* literal I.-te.'.'h1 1 f.i t*i ill be'.'o r �v\ e'l lOo:.'!. the 111 .n the a!',ng resell* t:d. T P-K P'op . isp'i fei ^ u 'ing was the t ..'.n of Com *.*h two oth -\ by Mr. J.  ait Wits won 1.: Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. I nearly lie.-. eured their title Commissioner Migr.ault. having sug.! fl'�n to gested that the company flhoul i have ^(lt' r( to the United State* and Cana- i*��t:c d am >roud id :.. 11 - � h " " gone TAKE YOUR titan tfowrnmenia before at-k"n^ the commission to deal wltU thi^ r:.i::cr. ' round 1 t ! -  > i 4*1*1' thii T.^-icr. prouiire- w. RADIATOR T:o clii'; ha  tea hi* ..ur - r Hei e - ' * > J J ! 11 f 1 " i M111 - - �>-� -n a it'i1:'.". t ail t .:� p! i> v. lis. !i >.( vear. AP h u 'It o! ' . e ^o'.l lp i-* - ea-' 'ii 1-. ii. ,i a - -' :il there iboul i h- many A * l f * 4 f f 4 TROUBLE  HE'LL riX IT Hear Oallae Hotel (Upataire) ! Judge Koontx, the repreflentattve of!lJ,M I ihi* Fnlted States government, ?aui � near, that th.i Washington authorities bad , Kf>�d ^op.m- day.-, i.etu.en n-.-.-advued the company to go before ih� Chrt-tma.-. (jptim.M'.c do \,.n commlfision and expresied the opiu- ( Whoever heard of a y..\wv bein,: ion that the facia being adduced 1 thing would prove of asMaunce to both governme&td 1n finally dealing with the matte*. He explained that, owing! yet. , to congresd and the senate holding I seize ! different views as to federal and state ! rights, there is no general water pow- \ er bill at present in force across the 1 border. 1 !!V t'ii'1 . 1 Mtlt put winter, Ho* your ' ' ibs away for the ml of the se..-.on is c.ut Look lor the :p.,o.i il.O'.i and the. opportunity 'o wh-ie*. tint USED CAR DEPARTMENT Elfin 3-Ptttenger Roadster, 1917. MitcheU Touring, 1917. Overland 4, Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. in mind Co* Red Cio.-s compete ;on on Thank.-gtvinK iKiy. Let us have ;t record entry. 1 have, not heard atiy re-ult of | tie. for L'nd priz" in thr ca;,tain's I Competition. Harry up yuit members who are iniere.-ded, th--r� a d '.rued i. 'line elub waiting for th.e winner. ^ I under.-iinni tlo*.- - to ie ;t bulih i to Cue tv. u hit.; compet.tioa ti; i.s wt-:.- ImjU- C;;ek.-' 7. and captam of the Yorkshire Coun: v i '.ub, n ^f' player and a Kreat iUthon*> In a ree,tit interview. Lord Huuke a Ila ' t.-d * hat h" thought' t 'te KallO' Ui.uld "ne.-d a little hr:�hteJiin^ up' H-- -,*.id :n pa! I � : ""It UiaV lie some of the [daVri - vo'iv ^rowitlK i\ It'tie tedious ]tH' k liti'ti dull and ' hat tile. K"Uie will !.eed a Side briKhteiiiUK, but tti.ii n-'o-d not mean i�atiic 1 the eaiu" one ot almost daily su.- 1 i 1 � or written for twenty or forty years, is proved by the following of his* ie | marks comparing cricket and the i American .sport: : In An Kffort to Stem the Ad vance of Inilucn/a in Penn- m\\ania. Notice to Customers of the Graham Motor Co. Caoa ii i[ ih' 4.- -Orders ball round the hnk* f� �r all v,,u worth; even wh"ii tin.- � ubi du.-r-' com.-you can keep your-:* if in tor in bv practising *w:n*;inij, but oh! do b-4-a refill if you are do ins it In your room, keep your e\e on the ejectrie globe - it -> net rubber cored and a wee hit move exp -nsiv#. I hop*! the members uro kf epin^ in ! prices to niejj who have played of the ill/ i:\r,rV Ilient !l (' :.[,-'. lolas III file: (it Sp.vii.- !: ii;!',.. he ea-:', U.iS i � po�. lion \ .ii 1 . with v,.w ir. i i- of ail des. :�;(�*:ent out Iur me,n ,u ;i^jistaBCe. e ;.reit Hog laUnd we.nK oi: 'du'.y ^ thi3 rGa' c.� of doctors E. AIN8WORTH, Manager boon i land. lr is a good game, but the* Ihitjlish crowd Is not Hie stuff of whh-h your liiis�d)'il| 'fan' is made. Somehow haxchail neems to ho k the harm and the fascinating subtle- iVrtuers will )>� \\: awn. partic- \ whieit go to make cricket the in Tho hail i oiel. I uiars of which will appear in the Her- I comparable sport It 'aid. Ih'iz-'s have been p-omseti and I players throw with groat accuracy, i there hliouhl he a good turn out of I and the la'-diing in wonderiully BU0U MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" players. Encouraging-Very Cad.die to player who has specUo ular, but it Is lacking in the line art of say, a well-Judged pice* of ibdding on the cricket neld. The,! * i bit of turf over the ditch). "ThuU a | pttchur may have Koinetbing to teach bitter shot, riir, you gi>t a--a bit of us in tho matter of 'curves' and something ovtr Uiat time. Sir. nworving, but ibero U uot much in �AVK HI: MK. jit." Central Repair Sho ALL KINDS OF" A l^O MPAIR WOflK HANDLED pBOWPTLV AND CMlF.Fltty. Storage. jicOSttorlct. Oatteriet. | Phone 10J31 32d Hth Street H|h, Lethbridge, At" W. H. DowlilS IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING THE PURCHASE OF A USED it will pay you to examine our stock. We have the following to choose from: 490 Chevrolet Touring One Ford Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One Dodge 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 IN OUR RED CR038 BOX ;