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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TI1E LETHBIIIOGE DAILY IIEHAUJ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11( 1919 By G. McManus UP FATHER" -OH: V.ANT I TO MEET rrx L OT1JOME IN TIME GOT SO WORK LIVERY WD -Meet All Trjins, Hoiplnl h-si cir- Phones: 1142, 369 Special Hates on .Trip! SPENCE BROS. Lethbridgr, Alii. Boulton's Auto Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 1206 Night Phones 1336 and IWE FOOTBALL OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips. Phones 767 Residence 1Z10 The lalcst arcounts lo hand of the doings of ih6 big leagues ia OIJ Coun- try football proTldo very interesting reading. Tlie gaiacs played in the three tnEliah leagues oa Sept. 20 Your Lid To Pat Half Holiday Declared And All Led Uy Five' IJnd 3Iost Putouls, Ilisberg Most Errors The Reds ivon ihe pennant yester-. day anrj while lljo young stars of Cin-! cinuatr are .bussing in the limclrShi of popular f2.Vor, Morob, ot I ihe champions, should be deprived I of his big ibe i For, coupled -with the natural nbil-j Pr i. itr otHhe Redle'e athletes was SPRING OF 1920 Tie Cincinnati Reds led the Chi- cago in fielding as well as tatting. a Tha inarks are: Cincinnati -9C9 and Chicago Tndlriduallv Jake JDau- bertMed id'pdt'outs with while' Etfdje Collins tons Ihe lists in assists, Trtlh 30. HlBbErg made-Ilia itasl errors Tritt three. A" Team Averages G. PO. -E. Pet. Cincinnati S 218 96' 11 :969 Chicago S 213 115 12 .SE baard'irt a'secdn'd etrbrl lo about amicable settlement of the dispute between Ibat class ot railway and the railway lilies oC dm- 3a; All the members af-thc com- jiitee wcro not in the city, but Prcai- upht Tallon nnd Secretary Dickie vcre oh the ground-an-i fir vrork'is proceeded with. of the exoci'livG will qrrlv.j i-i thf. clly lo- nlsiit and join in taVrifitiile cnniorrnw; LUMBER COMPANY PRESENTS PARK TO PRINCE ALB3RT PRINCE ALLBaT, Sasfc., Oct. VAXCQUVBR. Oct- The DrllJEli Columbia Fcilernlion .of Labor.. .Sas withdrawn from Trades, and lab- or Congresa of .Canada and has ro- lurned to that organization ils pro- vincial according to an an- nouncement published today in the British Columbia Federallonisl, organ of Ho'British Columbia Federation It Is announced that a leicgrom lo IhL? was sent to P. .M. Draper, sec TCtary.of Hie'congress by A, S. Wells, sccrelary of fie provincial tcdem- llon, ihe rncssaso staling tljat this action was .Ihe. result ot tho "action of Hie congress eiecullve refusing the Ilriliih Columbia Federalion ot Lab- or roiiros-inlitlon at tlie recent cun- EVEREADY SERVICE STATION 'ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES vajNO; IRERArjlED.I A Year a Hall .-Frith Neir Bit- J. D. THOMPSON 718 3rd Avt. S. A. manager ot the al thai convention Ic the constitullin, >Albcrl Lymbor company. ihe executive man- iiniorv Boners' over rftlcers of provincial tcJerallona." Mr. Wells, In'a letter ndrlreascil to all alrillalpJ organizations, claims that the powers aald to bavo.lieen giv- eri to executive consli- tulo autocracy of worst llind. IVENS REFUSES THE MAYORALTY NOMINATION preEBiiLed the city of Prince Albert Fitb-51 acres of land for park purpos- es, the gift lo commemorate the op- of the Prince Albert Lumbar crmpany in Ihls city-. The .company, which has operated for 11 years, lo curtail its operations in .ho immediate vicinity of Princo. Al- ierL The same company, however, owns extensive tlmher holdings and a. large mill at Wig Hirer; where the main operations of llio future will he carried loss at many thousands of dollars. As he announced (hat tho rranchiiis was gloye, in.000; Conlilr Cily-GIIIinEham, surrenrlertd to tho league and that Crystal Pal.ice-Xorji-lch, BEnghamplon would not nc represent- i 5 cd in the International In 1320 unless a'nep club takes It over. ..There ls.no likelihood of the onllalrnenl of new and the inTernattoTial will again Iiave Its annual jrroblcm of Molson'H Kank la putting up n building an night-club circuit to in St. Thomas, costing with when It mccta during the winter. The Newark c'mh Is also In a pre- carious condition, but it ia cxpcrlttl tbat anolher eet ot "angels" will he found to hack the Ileara. The Hrjchf n- Icr club will also be in the; hands ol new Interests wlien the 1020 cjvmpaipo npens. In addiilon to ctiangt? of ownership (here ".vill he fiomc new fares aeen In clrclcn. To- rrmlfi. Newark, the club which sue- .other will have new pilots. TIRES BATH Authorlzid TJRE SERVICE COMPANY1 AVENUE OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Football clybs arc bringing heavy pressure to bear on ths government. to grant reduce! railway rales. In [ire-war clays, could travel at a rate or fare and a quarter for the round trip, but TIOT they pay riO per cent, over UK; full rctorn fare, which means an ol per cent. flic Dromwich Al- 'on, wlifrh tCHin is favorably .situat- ed, Kale that th-Hr travelling TENDLER TOO GOOD DENVER, cofo., Ott. hook tarrrecf loo much for Stanley YoaVum, .Denver llahtweight, and Phila- dclphran awarded the decision technical In Iht of a >2- rotfnd match hire tonight, HEARS CLERK'S REPORT .ON RUMANIA I'AfUS. Oct. supreme coun- cil-has listened Lo (he reporl-.of Sir AUTO OWNERS We mnrhe Storm Curtains with glass lights, and radlalor cov- ers. Everything for the Aulo Topt THE LETH- BRICKIE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6lh SlrecL .Next (o Iler.aU Ivons, pfomlncnl leader in Iho general sym- pathetic Blrlko, has declined la jicccpl Iho labor nomination for mayor, In favor of who will ran In approaching civic, elections; Gcorcc Cbrk, wlip was Later men arc-not surprised Edry HunSanla'to'study "inc" Blt-'lfitlvens' refusal or Ihe nomlnnllon. uallon Im- jc- imc.hlm latcrr" ono leader turned last week tronl Rumania. nnd run into of puuiula. estimate (lie 'Ji.'Uincf: (ravellc-l .o hr mllM. They, x.'j thoir (l.iim hy the fact thai. they are coiitribiilluns. lo thr lliroiitjh the entertain-' nient las, Jiaving acro'ss for" Ihftlr first three The Mechanical Garage cars bought ami sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd 3t. Rolfer Rink. Phone 1190 j. ]iae olocicd of Thomas Chamber of. AD DOES A COMEBACK STUNT YUM A, ArU, Oct. _ Kant-, of Yiinn, last nlRhl !n v the eighth round o; a. achcdulcd ff 10-rountl fighl Service S'lalion ror the famous K'W Magnetos. All' 'inahcs of rnagnclos, colls ro- pnircri. "i j.' Stock 'of repair car1 Tied. All work piaronHed. MAGNETS RECKAF.OED Roy Electric'Co. 618 4th Avenue South .PHONE 738. "ANDY'S" have the abd lha "K06w 418Fifth'SllreelSouih' Lcthbridge WELDING Car "Repairing .Fdrti CAR'S MMofd-'Welillng COMPANY 2nd opp. Lethbridge Hotel v Phone ;