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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LE^mniDGE DAW& HERALD THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1018 BRINGING UP FATHER \ y G. McM anus ION PREPARES FOR K ] ho hoped through the strenuous � of a timber cut:or to regain h: - ' health and return :o th�* rin*;. Thi�. , howovo,-. is considered unlikely. \ Wins Title From Nelson WolKa^t started hi* rins car-vr a* a 'pork and hoan^r" in M.1 �vaukee Ho wrecked tho championship dream HOCKEY CLUB r- r ni n.jr Own Con ^pomtrntt I nr;^n, Oct. 4 - Thre.-ditnc operations nearly completed in this district v- !- " M:ll. r just ram- a little short '�'Ci bushels. The yield oast and :� w of tho to-.vn h --ni; a little i LOSES ITS SOii i __ i uf a number of promising ligh:- f weight5* and tluaily was awarded, a Former Lightweight Champion ^y ��t tho titio in my. NeUon an i Woka^ mot at Point Bn hmond. Pat . and their battle probably will remain a ring epv a-* N'"C a-1 the fight gam** flourishes, it _ marke! tho - Umax a r;> - �>* pr�-r:ii*-r champ-onship bouts in :h�- iiirht- weight div.-don and Nw;ng could bo Pot at mm * are b* mg gathered, pa' .-Id ;s rather i. c ' fri 11 *1 i'p nation ^'i i \ + i 4 11 the : hv (i'-ft'r ..'Mh ha lant*. i 4 4 1 t I r c 1 uf > uu'ii ha I v. on v,\;s b,-.i'.cn. years Wolgast capiuhz.nl his r t i � d-.i' h~ to,�k as ?; of ^ 4 I 4 L h h n + U�o  4 I >1 an ! 'a WAV \\\\* t ha 1 a firm ^ 11 1.1 i i.' 1 .- H a t1. light th. ;:a , a * W'tt 1 J ^ 1 ^ L service- are being held Or.on � hm-rtt. the n-v. W. C. c: U':nr.i^re 1 is *ak:ng th*1 sor-on Saturday ov'-!;?ng. Septum- - uhj'Tt the r!;*-:r r-dation Mr Wood'n a masterly a:'':i pass- { a d.-a!: v-uth �lay. S' ' n.l �" -i'ttl. :.tl ocenfl- � and giri� j M;-** Hogerrt form. Hev. ttie conmre- * c a .ind r"- arranged rvics were ho do pewing for the Society, of �horn about Jonly do work mitted by Mr A M. Trail, treasurer, showed that the total amount of money collected was J."?.-I 491.7f>. j The elecUou of otUoovs for the �nr-, rent year then took place and resulted cs follows: President, Mr?. W. A. Howes, vice-president. Mr*. K. K. Macintosh, Sec-rctury, Miss Kalr and Miss Travin; treasurer, Mr A. M. Trail. Superintendent of mipplion for flrnt six months, Mrs. Hoy Walker and Mrs. Vi. Buck: for tlu> second six months. Mrs. T. H. l.ebow and Mrs V. S. Hall Executive com mi; tee : Madame* Henblgh. tirant. Karratid and the j>re. slilent of the Hed Crosst dintrh-t auxi-llarv; auditors. Messrs. K L. Hives and U M. Whlcher. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family are going to Hlatniiore this wees, and BRITISH, t Cl>NTlNURD FKOM VunST 1*AU�> ground and In the tunnel- tlio fler mauH dug during their occupation of the city. These uro being routed out and sent back to the cage': Kindled Many Fires Although many fires went started by the (Jermnns, the town wa;i r,--Serbian troop.* pui.miing the defeated !�th Austrian division on Monday entered Kenkovats, not been t nnh's south of Nisi), and Vlasu* many j tlnt-e. aiicordin#f to an official S�u I btan stafemeii^ issued today. The S*t hi a ns took "��v*�rnl hundred prisoner - and captured a large on ani.r t|l, uf(;U k u u been down there for the paM two weeks, returned to Vulcan last weekend for a few davs. e s- : -p' urc w FERNIE READY FOR rotor tity of material. 1 4 i * � � i * ^. 'a.i* m.ide a i;n :n: up the who und in ge i:.�(?";! .-on a the , ' 3 ri 1 v!v. The 1 Sunda :� they reHlueii they were flgl.MuK .i bat-j tit' in which tl;ey could hope fur no ; success i fir front Hue for .: i - * * I. T it:; Prm;e. (U V S - Mr .1. D Kearns of j itlli Jn on CtiXllhv am| |W:rv v lUl. van.ouver. organizer f Mite!;- !i. of 1 �\tt(1br;1) hoi h,..., tak if \vai re i v *' il �  of 1 * :� end that I a nd * [ lis- but never t*ot within -vtriking tance of the title. A year ago WoI#ast sutfered a physical breakdown and u.�s a Miiwatikre sanitarium, where h-was re.-tored to coinparative he.i'.th Poilowing his reP-:' from th 1 1 ! * , -  m � � \ It 1+1 IP came from him until r'veipr of :hr- P-.'.-tor.. M M..'' y t >:.\\ hi- home j;. :.. f. * t 4 I Km h-ivt1 * 11; M ^ Wo. ^ h> !; 4 i t i � and an- to I Holland, di^trot organizi'r of tfo- inilnchv wu-* The ,er.|;�>i-lor niiu.iiK di-:ict.. ,ir:ivH in J Th, r,u:;il,lH, (.,.,.4U w.n attended. | t�w� y-vt-rdir.. and were met last u ni^,.i( >u.(| Th, riihuu �� ii.-.-vson ,md Oobl-jniKht In the � :iv � ouncil rhnmber by; a ;a:t On*, of �h�> �-pec-1 � I:,:Tt* tuttiout of ihe vitUa-ns of the' lis h. . the singing of i t'^vn. joined with Mr, ! Mr. K K. Strwart was cno^nn pre.;, li has appe.apvl dent of the local committee, ant Mr, � !trr.-\eH I" Mauv will death of Seg;. -e,l m\,iv at : Mr. Hardy >\:. > Imml.er r.> ne ( ' un h: le We.ght. i 1 4' 1.4 * i . 1 be,t men of final b M.  here. and fa!*:'.'.-. �erviei-�^ * >n of  !:e [.ainr-l Standard bank of l-is vacation with present* the t it-� Hvlni? In (.)r;on. have joined him Mr Allan that time, j� was i lear i ie ir own Koremo-iT, Oi t. 7 r ^rre�p'>n'l*f�t> I . ,,�------w .. .. uur rain of Tuei- - | da v evejjjjji; turned c-.u to be only a been a-'.ed. Why 'nJriv.vf. ivach to the , ky : 0( The que�tinn no; :,end Krar.i Kansas ? There's a reason, and a mlgh'y good one, too. And p'^ th!^: Prar;!"" Bull K only a ne^-oiuer to the Pox- ing game. H" graduated troiu to-amateur rank-* only la *t w.nter. and lie ha^ a lot to l-'-arn yet b- :oie ta in Bull, and it wouM gellli r toO 111 Je|| h it -i- 4 i.mg a Bull '> eX(M-; t 11 �'ro*.s b ;. was a visitor r.ethbr.'di'e hi-' w� ft. end. Mrs Wh.te bf* on Wednesday for Van- ou\er, where >he expects to impend he w;iit* r w:th her daughter, Mm. J (Ireen 'ihe monthly tneetmg of the local lit-1 t'ni'- met ..n 'i'humday evening; at the hone* of Mr- Robert*. The reg-ular b.i-.uess w;t.- di-posed with in good order, 'here b> iuK a large at tejj.Jant e. The boh. big things th!- neu. nearly �ioUlde what WUH #'*perte�J of the diRtrh t, and the new organun;hm ar� Kofns into the campaign fully n Monday lnt ej inent tt.nl: p!ac�- In the returned soldb-r-' plot Irs the 1'liloH ci'inetery. Be\ ttai Per eondacted t he laM rite� at the ('.(fhedral by rearguards, who had be,n waiting 1 "^"'^fifOrt lft -�Ar|.n-dini: for the eavalrv. knowing that i! had / A ��r*�1*'*'"i''f�l ^V^t from Berlin, come throuKit'tho line ilh'' r,,4*��i�-*ori of Un. Vcm Stein tor him to laekle sat h h.g game Kansas i-* dubt)e.{ ,v - r� i;r= t ra'er but he's much too good i P:P1 Bocky can't swap putieii- ; .-'in t'allv with men l.k�� neiiu> Pat ;y Kline nad tnree or toar  t.ie; but he. ran 1: k uh.-t �,f 11,.- r the ( nam; ion.-:. be d- 1 "� *'!'OMe '( .,,r ( le btj:>iod ::sl j�'aim�*nU; the North while t. ' 'in b- Urn -he i t'o- "K:ng-> Pa Kdmonton. Oct T.-By the action* j.... of some twi.nty-five aUons at tho Ban- ; treatn ner mine, Cardiff, this colliery hua been closed for the past week, and Alberta's coal production has buffered \ have been doing j to the extent of l.*00 tons. Thu Ban- | The went eir-1 n'lr nP.ne employn in the neighbor- 1 /mod of sixty men, but tho*o who do] ! not bymp.'tthtxe with the aeth:nfi of tho. through tho lint Cavalry forces are now apparent |1y well east of the town* reported '.aptured The ailie* having ttvus \>rok^ 1 en through, the (JcniMiii north and ocPa (or rioiuy miles are endangered. their on lines arc heme, \ urned. lie. 'ven a broioler :i(;i|e tl.,.u Prussian war miftister has been am.x�*r kui-' l;itv* ANDY THE RAD 1ATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Oallaa Hotel (Upatalm) ! City 2. Southport 2. Oldham rt. Stockport Rochdale 2 Btoke a, Burnsley 2. Glasgow Cup Final Celtic 0, Rangers 2. Scottish League Airdrie I, Clyde 2. Ayre 1, Motherwell 1. Third Lanark 17, Clyde { Dumbarton 0, Queens 11 Partick 4, Falkirk 2. Hamilton n, Hearts 2. Hibernians n. Morton .St. Mirren 1, Kilmaruo' ii ' ( \ : ie. ,e. t.tu!r. be fair to a.-d; him to do it. e\- ii if he was willing. ^amu-nt*, ei >" hn.shed G3 ' atrtker�i. do not dare return to work. >  total of HJl gar-* ^'rfke to-ok place an tho result 1 - of cash raised, i �^ lhi> inin�' inanuRur'ti efforts to givo \ h* error in the re- fair treatment to a returned soldier, . h occurred in the;Jeo Wilson, employed a^ eneim^r at J Friday at report*! the. Banner mine before enlPUng. Cp-Herald. The �lt beinK invalbled home, WBnon was y.r. Mtiifay own*re; to be correct | ro^� ai-d placed in charge or the haul., it should be ; that Mr. Alton had 1 engine, diripladng a SwcdUh-Am-rec,-i.*lv taVeii .c- Pais furniture and ! �rlran naim-d Muusou, who Is alleged wa- th- owner Mr Alton entlmatea \ ,f> l"o secretary of the union at tho ,----T it: Be'hM ; U'e P.-:i'ii:ojf. ho � 'I in th" rep-,; : .->' ateU :'�' i -� t .->e!,r today Lawrence W l r- iiu * , to*. USED CAR DEPARTMENT Elgin 3-Passenger Roadster, 1917. Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. i CALL ON LOAFERS ! TO GET TO WORK ! Seattle. Oef. --Tide^ram--: were Mayor Han-on and director of f� .'oral j eUijdoymetit wot U, to every i.-.ayor in j the ,-iate and to iiu- lu ja-ib-ral *-'.u i ployment bureau ,^'iiric., ur.'.iiK tnat proclamation.! m- i^aued .-uniiuonuiK ; all idle pt-r.-an^ *o work. Mayor Han-�. son yesterday i - -i--d r^ucb v. proclamation m .Seattle ie- a use of the i.'-ed , for ind tint rial en'or: i;ow before the J Spanish inflnen: a �-pidemle '~ of mud In Satikat-! maml waM f!atJ>' refused tho strike ehewan. V.'e wonder what that ia. I enhued. Capt iJ>] ) A-t-rof in In town for a, wee!-: renew in*.' a.-miaintancefi t>eforo FINAL STEPS TO pro- eedioK o-,.; DISSOLVE I. H. C. bert. B.A., B.I), of Waniiiugton, Oct. H-Final .steps preach in'tli*. Meth- looking to the dtHtiotutlon '- ing on i'rida>'- train. 1 VU.CAN BU0U MOTOR PARLORS. LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" '-///- NATURAL GAS EXPLOSION j St. Catharine*, Ont , Oct. p. Shor' i ly after \ o'clock yesterday 'afternoon [t il'iom 'ie- Advocate) a natural gas explosion in the base-f The annual meeting-of the local ment of Wipperri confectionery en j branch of ihe Canadian Bed Crosa j tablinhment, St. Paul .street, wrecked [ Society wa - >j�-PJ i>n Monday evening ; �ho huihlluK, .-''-rlouMly burning t wo j at � he Oddfej.'i,hallf when there j employee!! and >eriously injuring a [ was a fair uMendnnco ot membera I woman who was panning thti rttore. jpr�*sent. Peuiiy lirotber.-i i!rygoo;i -,' nuiv, audi The thitfi aunmil report of tho sec-ByruifS* pf oiioont, on either hide, were retary waa .-mbmit'ed by MiH9 Fair. It comsid:erahly damaged. Tin will be iii U* Ofrift^orhnnd ui>n. damage of hhowed that the Society had lil Pfo member^, ae'ivo mombors. Thero are also between fifty and Kixti- Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storaflt. Ac;��iorlea. BattarlM. Phone 1023 S24 11th 6tre�t South, Lethbrldgti Alt*. W. H. Oowlfc* Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor BANK OF MONTREAL Lttnbrldga, Alto. Phon� 4fti "ERVICE THAT 6ATI8FIES" " We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up.' OPPOSITE 305 Sixth 6treat S. Notice to Customers of the Grah am 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 ;