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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERAIJ PAGE NINE Schools Had Fine Field Day; George Young Is Chanpion t The High, school,Wold flay was hold"] at the exhibition grounds Friday" afternoon.. An excellent1 program of sports was bjEfored and the events were keenly: "contested. Geo. Young captured tho senior' championship from Wade liidpatk by the narrow margin of one point, Chns. Sang won the intermediate championship from Cecil Hutton by two points.' Dudley Seltzer f won the "Junior.championship rather easily. Among the girls Alice Hardio was winner of the senior events and Pearl Taylor and Mafry Scott were tied in the junior girls1 events. The weather was ideal and all report an excellent time. The judges wore: Rev. C. E. Cragg, George B. McKay, D. A. Bides!!. Miss M. V Bennett, Miss E. V, Fisher, MIbs B. A. Alexander, Wm.; Crawford, II. R. Siiar-pies, A. H. Dobson, J. J. Bijskerville, Rev. Canon McMillen. Results of Events. Boys' senior 100-yard dash-1, Geo. Young; 2, Allan Robertson; 3, Wade Ridpath. Boys senior 220-yard dash-r-1, Geo. Young; 2, Alan Robertson; 3, Wade Ridpath. Boys' senior running high jump-1, George Young; 2] Wado Ridpath; 3, Ralph Johnson. Height, 5 feet, 4 Inches. BoyB senior running hop,  stop and Jump-1, Wade Ridpath; 2, George Young; 3, Ralph Johnson.. Distance, 8G feet, 1 inch. Boys senior baseball throw-1, Wado Ridpath; 2, George Young; 3, Ralph Johnson. . .- , ' Boys' senior pole vault-J., "Wade Ridpath; 2, McKinley Ba'teman; 3, George Young. S C.P.R. FIGHTING JEW CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDRUFF AND STOPS FALLING HAIR Save Your Halrl Make it Thick, Wavy and Beautiful'- Try This. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected Bealp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. Thero is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robes the hair of its' lustre, its strength and its very; eventually producing a {everish-ness and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die--then'the hair, falls out fast. A little Danderino tonight-now-;siny time-will -surely eave your hair." .  y Git '^.small^hottleto-^fei'Knowljtpia's: Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after ,the first application your hair will tako oh that life, lustre and luxuriance which Is so beau' tiful. It will become wavy and 'fluffy and have the appearance of abundance,  an incomparable gloss and softness; but What -will please you most will be after just a few weeks' use, when you will actually see a lot'of fine, downy hair-new hair-growing all over the scalp.-Advertisement. .M4M*4fl...*>.�..f.���.�..�.ft,.f.,�*.ftKtH�H���.*�M�*e�l..a,ff�# Boys' senior hop, ste and jump- 1, Wade Ridpath; 2/Gecw Young; 3, Ralph ...Johnson., 38 feet, 4 inches. ''�� -Boys' senior runnii.-: broad-1, Wado Ridpath; 2, Geor.i>Young; 3, Ralph Johnson. 1 g Boys' senior three-leg^d race-1, P. Balderson and M,:"Br>$pnn; 2, H. Glass and W. Ridpath; 3, Juobertson and G. Young. 1 Boys' open obstacle r�-1, Geo.. Young; 2, Alan Robertson i, Pell Bal-derson. | Boys' intermediate 100 vd dash- 1, Charles Sang; 2, -Aibeifeagell; 3, Alex. Straker. I Boys' intermediate 220 frd dash- 1, Cecil Hutton; 2, Chanf Sang; 3, Albert Hagell. Boys' intermediate threigged race -1, C. Sang and W. Youtj| 2, L. Hill and R. Bowman, Boys' intermediate ho,JJ step and jump-1, Charles Sang; Cecil Hutton ; 3, 'Winston Hyssop.  Boys' intermediate rujfug high- 1, Cecil Hutton; ii, Wii.-jm Hyssop; 3, Chus. Sang. Boys' intermediate po!fault-1, Co oil Hutton; 2, Waldo Yoftig; 3, Win Eton Hyssop. F Boys' intermediate biir.Jball throw- 1, Chas. Sang; 2. Wale* Young; 3, Winston Hyssop, nistaitce, 238 feet, 7 inches. j Boys' intermediate imping broad- 1, Cecil Hutton; 2, Winlton Hyssop; 3, Chas. Sani;. Distance, 16 reet, 1 inch. Boys' open slow bicycle  race-1, Carl Sandtmist; 2, Leonard McKinnon; 3, John Denoon. Boys, Jr., L'i'O yd. dash-1, Dudley Seltzer; 2, Leonard Downing; 3, Thor-horn: Bickell. Boys' Jr. )(> yd. dash-1, Dudley Seltzer; 2, John Joliiistra; 3, Leonard Downing. j Boys' Jr.'baseball (li:;ow-1, Dudley Seltzer; 2. Clarenre .\[farrls; 3, John Johnson. Boys' Jr. 3-lRKKfirt ra a-1, J. Johnson and L. Doming: :', D. Seltzer and A. Ahrens; 3, T. Hicke . and L. Tur-cotte. Boys' Jr. sack rar>->- -1, Thorburn Biokeil; 2, Herbert Ra inard; 3, Carl Sandquist. I Boys' Jr. broad juifip-1, Dudley Seltzer; 2, Arthur AiiAs; 3, Norman Geigor. 1 Boys' Jr. running jigh jump-1, Norman Gsiger; 2, Jo'jn Johnson; 3, Carl Sandquist. L Boys' Jr. runninf l�p, step and jump-1, Dudley Siltjfr; 2, Norman ARE DISMISSED Replacing Those Who Left the Company's Service-None Went Back. Geiger: 3, Thorium fflckell Girls' Sr. sack r.n ty Flora Geo- A'.ico I.arme; 3, Dagmar t LEMON JUICE .TAKES OFF TAN Girls! iMake bleaching lotion if" skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard .White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, unburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautifler, at" very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store' or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White tor A few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, sunourn, windburn and tan disappear and how clear; soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.  ghegan; 5 Sandquist Girls' Sr. 3-legp-d Hardie and Nora J'.d :man and Flora Geoil Jones and Treva K�sl 'Girls'-'Sr .'7 5' yd. die; 2, Violet Beu:ei Leod. Girls' Sr, skipping Leod; 2, Alice Haii's Girls' Sr. baseW tlffow-1, Lillian Parry;' 2, Flora Cagppgan; 3, Nora McLeod. Girls' Sr. runni: Nora McLeod; 2 PJjjJa Geoghegan; 3, Thelina Noble. Oirls' Jr. 75 yd. d.t| lor; 2, Mary Sco"; ' ibotham. Girls' Jr. 3-leg�(g Taylor and Myrf> elyn Paul; 3, Mir?" HIginbotham. Girls' Jr. sack -aci ilton; 2, Mary &ol botham. v Girls' Jr. sklyiinj Taylor; 2, MarySoj inbotham. Girls' Jr. bas-bali Scott; 2, Ethel Jo; Viney. Girls' Jr. egg an Virginia Daniel 3, Rosie Knowlli'iiji Girls' Jr. brosi Scott; 2, Ethel Ion botham. Girls' Jr. potato lor; 2, Mary Scol!" A Stubborn Cough \ Loosens Right Up I Thld'homo-rondc remdiljrisn wonder T X..' for ijulck rcnultli. ISnslly nml X jr clie>i]il7 mnQe. ,j, * * Hero is a home-mado syrup whiali millions of people hare found to bo the most dopendttblo means of brenkinpt up �tub-'bonvcoughs. It is clicap and simple, but very prompt inaction. Under its hoa.l-5nft soothing influence, chest soreness (foes, pbleteih loosens,, breathing becomes easier, tieklln'f; ill tlii'oat stopa and vou get a good: nijjht's restful sleep. The usual throat . tiiiiM'niiti'ed ty g!v(> iihs^liili; n.itisf.iction or liioiii-y uromiiily rui'uiidcd. I'.w i'lneft Co., To roil In. Out. raee-1, Alice bd; 2, Ruth In-\rx; 3, Beatrice 1, Alice Har-3, Nora Mc- 1, Nora Mc-Ruth Inman high jump-1, li Pearl Tay-Mary Higin- nce-1, Pearl rdman; 2, Ev-ott and Mary fl, Evelyn Ham-[3, Mary Higih- race-1, Pearl it; 3, Mary Hig-� throw-1, Mary 3, Constance spoon race-1, [yrtle Wardman; [jump-1, Mary 3, Mary Higln- (e-1, Pearl Tay-, Myrtle Ward- man. Girls' opon *tf Tholma Noble; 3, Virginia Daniel Open Noedlei and' Leonard 'JffKlfl ghegan and Arthai Bickell and RaywJ Girls' open hobn Bickell; 2, Alice Hj Leod. Girls' open obstdj Hardio; 2, Flora f Bcott. Girls' open ?r| Alice Hardie; ".At JesBio Bickell. >Girls' relay ojk Ruth Inman, Vta Taylor, Muriel Hp ton; 2, Thelnw Si Mary Higinboilw quist, Nellie lioliii 3, Alice Hardie. V lyn Kippen, Jeniilo,1 "Ethel Jones. .' Evidence that the C.P.R. Intends to fight the striking freight handlers, baggage checkers and yard office clerks is furnished in the statement made at the general offices of the company Saturday morning that the strikers are no longer employees of the company. On Friday afternoon an ultimatum was issued to the men that, unless they returned to work before four o'clock the same afternoon, the company would proceed to fill their places. None of the men returned at the appointed time, and a start was made to organize a new staff. So far as the Herald could learn only one new man was secured during the afternoon, but better results wero expected today. If there are any negotiations with the strikers they will be made in Winnipeg. No effort to open negotiations will be made here. The freight sheds are still under the embargo today. Through freight is being kept moving fairly .rapidly, but local freight is at a standstill. So far the LethbriUge Board of Trade has taken no action in the matter, though it is expected that, if the strike continues into next week, the tie-up will so affect mercantile, business that the board will take some steps looking to a settlement. E OF Believed Meeting Tonight is Bol-sheviki in Character, the , Reason. Jbicycle race-1, ;mar Sandquist; -1, Alice Hardie m; 2, Flora Geo-Oirens; 3, Jessie Perry. � race-I..- Jessie (die; 3, Nora Mole race-1, Alice Ighegan; 3, Mary pful -walking-1, jinia Daniel; 3, il, Nora "McLeod, jeoghegan, Pearl p, ISvelyn Haniil- |e, Jessie Bickell, Dagmar Sand-i Lilliah Parry; let Bennett, Eve- [ixby, Mary Scott,,, u LARSlflS , Seattle, Otl. sheared-off opened, the StcM Polar' Bear/tivrl""? ago from Barl� 'J epast of Alas> Francisco, foriuir' expedition, 'who '"j day from Now'1' nuwH of the cli'i' it lit Hart or Raid the IVUe Miohnol for k.'' ;U Ksqulr.iait, �'�' hi in. GeatUo\ IWith her keeV e and her beams n expedition ship t Nome a month |nd, 9n the north (J. Bauer, of San 3t steward of the fed 'in Seattle to-slight the first Jo StefiinsBon left llastfall. JJaner Iwap taken to St. Sn'd Bliotild arrive i, Stafenssuii President Longworth of the Great War Veterans, telephoned Mayor Hardie this morning that a Ukranian society was holding a meeting tonight in che Majestic, and that one of the lead-er&.of some new movement Is in the city to organize the Ukranians of the district. The belief was expressed that the proposed society here Avould be an off shoot of a similar society in Winnipeg which has been active in spreading Bolshevik principles. The mayor informed Chief Hardy of the proposed meeting, and if investigation proves that it is of an anti-ally nalure an or der will likely be "held ordering that it be stopped. Amsterdam, Oct. 5.-Admiral Von Hintze, who has repeatedly tendered his resignation has now joined the Majority party and will continue in office, it is stated by the Voasische Zeitung of Berlin. This change in Von Hiutze's attitude has occasioned considerable surprise in Berlin, it is said. During his visit to main headquarters, it is -reported, he resolutely championed parliamentarization. FIRE UOSS FALLS qFF. Toronto, Oct. 5.-The Monetary Times estimates Canada's fire loss during September, 1B18, at ?917,28G compared with the August loss of $3,110,445, and $1,301,700 for September, 1917. Deaths in Canada from fires in September this year were 13; as against 21 in September last year, There have been 201 deaths from fires in Canada in 191S as compared with 207 in ail of last year. Tell Your Wife CornsJ-ift Off Doesn't hurt a bit to lift corns or calluses off With fingers. MP Mil E, H. E. Irwin Does It With Sweet Clover for Seed-Luck With Corn. Not marty crops in Southern Alberta will return the owner gross proceeds of $118 per acre this year, but Herbert E. Irwin of Albion Ridge has one patch of land which will make this ecord. It is sown to yellow blossom sweet clover, and was saved for seed. It yielded six bushels to the acre, and each bushel is worth $18. In addition the hay straw will be worth $10 per acre, bringing the total up to $118 per acre. Mr. Irwin is also strong for fodder corn and off 27 acres he harvested two carloads of fodder. The corn was Geyu yellow flint, and the remarkable growth was obtained with an actual rainfall of 2% inches during the grow-ng season. Fifteen bushels of seed were also picked, and Mr. Irwin believes that this corn will yet prove a great boon to Southern Alberta farmers who are anxious to raise it. CHARGE TO HUN SUBS London, Oct. 5.-Norway lost nlgbl. vessels from war causes during the month of September, the Norwegian legation here announced today. The aggregate tonnage of these vessels was 11,943. Six sailors lost their lives. / To * ! U. S. SCOUT PATROL An Atlantic Port, Oct. 5--News has been received that the United States scout patrol 37G has been lost near this port. The vessel sank, head first, from some cause as yet unknown. Rescue vessels have been sent to the scene. Rev. Father Laurendeau, pastor of Our Lady of the Lake Church at Ford, was presented with a purse of gold. Fuel Controller Sheppard, in Niagara Fails, N.Y., issued an order that, no more coal was to be sent to the Canadian side. ery Man Who and isn't getting it at K oufjht tv tako matters into liis own ivmds, r.nd write for our bookte't:- ''i-'crject Cojfcc - Perfectly Made" Wo mail it free to e-dcr$ man (nnd Woman, too) -riho iipprccintes a delicious cuv; of ceffeo. Write today for your copy. 156 CHASE & SANBORN - MONTREAL Blunders end Ucnstcr: cf, "Sen! Crand" Co/fee orne HE ALSO SERVES WHO SAVES GASOLINE Let Canadian motor car owners go hand in hand with their America! cousins to save gasoline. They can do so by discontinuing Sunday drivinj for pleasure. Canadians cannot afford to lag,behind the Americans in thii ! respect. The Canadian Fuel Controller says that gasoline is growinj scarce anil that the Allies need it. Who would not join in the effort t 78 6731 ;