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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETTIBR1DGE DATCJY HERALD SATUHDAY, OCTOHKN 12. l m t>hE TOLD ME TO n . of a Hutch windmill in action in the t.....ll of .1 hurl" at'.". hark of Hi" dog that 1 �itt'ii!tan"o':-!y. .-o th" j W;U;o'.* arm-' hob!* ::o 1 ant.igonist who knows 1 '.ho iloi;, there is r> '.i. a �t * s sine kc ti: t.rl \V. .- the �. UK-' l: r.iv strikes with tho hrcoi" and I- Goldin Cite, where th>' look out upon tho .lay. thoro a decision rmi'.rf Woo Wlllio M-lian. I' original son-recently w.i* �i| In favor i-f - al tiov wor. dor. sailor to I'm 1" Sain by vocation and u-ould-h,. pugilist by avocation It iva: you cot a combination such a* th. boy Moohan. what �!*� can >oti t v ' pen? We f.irs�l hi* woicht strlppo I. ] but wo know he would ' om,. 1:1 lundy , 1 to .stand between KaU- r Itill and the ' latter'* losses, for ill!! could nov r �' hoi� those matter* around \V> ' Willie'* wain:. I ] I'orhaps that was tho trouble with tho r; rhijuii try both, on th .'.-. Idind k Meehan H'por: h;i -tl at ivtv,  ttu-ili :o: -pot 101 M good :;ior atl--' '.! 1: �a nil 1; ttop Downsd u 1'-ac, p-ioy lan low - of pat .ill Hr. rV; by arat Dempjey o rotor-. ......tit fain '" ;-- 1 >i'.f !:;- .t.iio . am'. 1 --:ul in � '.;!!'.o:> n' ':ii' Rod pa*-' rial d ha ��.' in: ::!::i: (> i.l not s niirht !h up a* - .1 rti'' 1:1* en 1 that M" th" Moor, My loiiK v-'t ct i :!io ban noca 1 i" ; a!1. have a woe dorh-an-iloris and produr-cl a partly tilled flask containing some lliiuhl refroi-hnient. I would not cave. ' 1 sa.- what it was. bin it was Sntur-iav iiiitht. He. looked at tho flash and  ui.Tf.t f >r a ii'.otiiont, tlion replae-ice )� in lii.* pock"t H.c.l. 'I th'tik 1 will keep it for the mornlnp. fluid Nlcht." Scotch, ilo j on say. No. not ::ii! h 1: there iire any .-.hots in my t .11; of u^o to any one. they are woi- � 'mo to know what they arc. 1 '; 1 �:'; objoi.'t to tell any one. inly don't Man." in" If you fall in carryins them out 1 would not advice any ono tj do atiyhint; I would not do myself, not .on .-pit on your ham's before you play a shot. Yet I was playing u iveek or two with a friend on Irish- tnan by tho way 1 who before playing a ;.'iot amii'ocl me by spitl'iij: on his iiir.d* 1 asked him why he did it. "Ilo j.iI�rs." he an.-were.I. 'did >cn  vor Know an Irishman to ,ail in any-luni; ii'i:ett ho could spit in his hands." It was one over me, but he *u.-o. tuadu .1 darned line shot. So there yon a-o. DAY 10 1IUMK. Splendid Achievement of the Red Cross in the Flourishing Mining Town. under the miperlnlen-teacher alius (lertnide known as the I'oiiljtnte Society. The ollici'i's are: I'lbidys Mnnnlnut; vice-Ksther llallii; socretarv-Itonald (ilasKow; Iteportlni; . Helen Varna and Dolly committee to look uftor tlertie Ciodsalve and Kena neRllin, Oct. 1 l.--air Thomufi White, In an Interview with tho Canadian Press today, declared the victoriotin advance of the allies at tho front, should prove a Kteftt stimulus to tho suitress of the Victory limn. It hua been siiKKested by some that by reason of our victories brlnKlnc; peace appreciably nearer not 30 miicli mon�y may lie renuired for Die purposes of wnr. Thai is a mistaken view. The war may last a consldor-ahle time yet before final victory Is achieved. In addition to this, the allies, includini' Canada, will necessarily be on a war basis so far as expenditure is concerned for a conslduralilo period after the close of tho war. It will lake many month:* to effect demobilization. All the money that we are asking will, therefore, be rciiulred both for war expenditure for tho establishment, of credits for purchasing anuainents. etc. No matter, what, tho course of events 111 Hie war thero Is the utmost national necessity for making the, Victory loan an overwhelming ) loam til th" to'.e snh at loo was tho trouble s vl.-lon, may no-i-ray varioiv. and .nchnatlo: Meohan ntd wt 1. impa and cit. odor. th" r:t!fC, ho may have failed to sc.. Jack Pcmi'Kcy �t all. Flaps, but L.icki Puncli There's anchor th::u: ahout \V:!!!o. too-ho's a rival whb h far eu'-!'s tho fatre*-. flapper over f.'up;W win n it to ttapjiing. That'.* what his art. if such it u. con.-ifts of ill* right arm flap* and slap,* and !i Mm'- ai. aiM'^.-r ' a!o,'e�!i!d tho r.itlit r'.itht 1!'. In �:> Now up i-'ivir.c -.h.'p- e.i: v.-ar Hi" ur::!"-� o!n.-, nro other i uniform unto th ; hoator-by-doc:s c. noiiuh to within it.  r tb.oory 1 a- the ma t:alitv wl: nsor jiormit, :.on. W.  W a uniform, and stand : fall and a th-hould Thoy INTERLEAGUE RECORD. YEARS 16 !l World's Series-1913.. ."--Hod Sox 1. Cubs 0. �I-Cubs 11, Hod Sox ! 7- lied Sox 2. Cuh- 1. f-Ked Sox Cubs i. I"-Ci:b� .1, Hod Sox e 11- lied Sox 'J. Cubs Totals by Years for Patriotic 'VIl th- 1' > ItlC i'.o  AUTO TIRES OF ALL. 8IZE8 VULCANIZED Dy the Famous Hay-wood System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All worti tuarnnteeil. SpecUl Equipment (or Him Cut n�pn!rs. R. D. RITCHIE SO* 13th 8t S. Opp. Ellison Mills tr ,:a:.o ::::�:: of r'ofo: It ;* leinK 5, do r b .la 1 to 1 �t i-vl. -. it ion Will IORACl4| did service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Make* of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 !� -i.'l*|o|il opnt.ition in id jjive the to sapport th" moral hoy.,? Creator �l�>oiH havo hf-on re.-orded. Hut. mcir.wl.'.:.', let fur Jack-how can after �uoh a blow'' )i h- tiovxi' ll.-ii:;- piilH-he- ti n of a ocide I his ' ,t"' -i-i.irt- to o of oar of sc!f--ai 11 a-.. Will: ::. �!! .Ma: lllll. a pr: -1 fie, II* she-1 a he core." I A blow by Hit 111 the . .-��ut; tiavi :r iiv on.y - Americans, A roorioans. - Atiierican*. Anierlcans. A.ti' rlcaus. -Amorictins. v.'.:' - Americans. ' '11-American-, ' a! - Air.orii-an*. lt'�!>- Amoricat:.-. !'.'"S - Amerb-aif. 1 tii'T--Amoiieai:-. -American-. ' '.ll..*.--Ann-rican-. 1 :"i I -- American-. i'.H'il - A til-1' I' .1!'. �. lirand tola!- A:i nals. 11.''".. 1 'If : �ll \'. : 'u-r.-1 :i11 r.ii.:- 4: S; ii; 1.'; f\ IV, \'o: Nationals Nationals, National.-' Natlonub Nationals Nationals. Nationals. Na'-!ot:i!s Nationals, I Nationals, f Nationals, Nationals, Nationals, Nationals, Nationals, Nation, lis. l�i. 12. 1; "'J: �rieaiiH, ICS; Nat- lor w.-ii vou r jildf.- pi fable of the f.v and all the dust, fly the wheel as muih unaanitary but . ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) hi- d..'cotton durlnx those to; ruimd� wore punches and ho !� llo-m not 1 There is tho the eoa/hwheel in spitc of tho on making just dirt-fllnsinR hi before. Boxing for Charity And *e it will be with Dempsey if Jess \\ illard will take h'.m on. For we are able to get to the oth-r side of tho ring, and tonkins; nt It from Hempsey s cornor It Is easy to understand his side of the story, lie had the glove.-, on for charity to lolp where he could help most. There. wfm four rounds In stora for the audlenoe ami nothing at stake fur Why not Klve them a show for their money? They'd come atjaiii If ii.. did, and that would no-an more money-for charity. Fo, -.vt-.hou- pu'tlng any frill* on It he l*t W.-" Willlo feel l;i� Klovrs ohco or 'w:  md finally sent him to thrt lifor that for tho Fake of playing siiuuia- with the audience. As for Willi", he didn't have anything aualnat kirn-tie. Willie, is a stood boy, and then, too, he's a sailor of the V. S. A. or 1'. R. N.. accorditiK to whether you mean America or navy. Ami then, too, Jack is h Konerous chap, perhaps, ami if it pleases the Golden Gate to add to its glories the alleged akin-spurious though It Is-of Jack I)�-tnpsey well, why not? If California can stand it, we are prone to believe Jack can. '.r t:r. .\.ui win : �it h-ard player*, t number of may havi t!:ey said. p!ay;ui.t w I th" :a'. -ho*- in the: In -n rone 1 om o had t!i a fn-nd fi) was memb' rship fees and subscriptions, and $1.7:10.(Hi was raised by special effort. The total disbursements reached the amount of ;':>,'-"' invited him in possible. national baseball . hold such claims ml illegal, as announced by of the American member of the i decision hinges .�" Dauherl of the , who sought to tiie Brooklyn club .c. calling for IdOO'l u.tinted on Septuni- ti'-i ruling, which : all similar casus, . could not be held i. it tho full amount �cause, uiidoi' the ib-r his contract i roil Illegal and im- C.ras-y Lake. Oct. ft.--Th? following1 is the record of the work done last month by the ladies of the local Ked Cross- Society: Mr*. McKay and Mrs. McHougall. -1 day shirts. -1 suits pyjamas, -i pairs knit socks; Mrs. McNabb, " mils pyjamas, in cotton binders, I pair jknit socks; Mrs. f'.ohb, 10 cotton bin-dors; .Mis. W. I.lewolyn, J day shins. I pair pyjama pants; Mr*. F. Johnson. ;l day slilris; Mrs. C K. I'Tew, \ day shirts; MUs Mabel Klew. in wringers; Mrs. Oddi". I suit pyjamas; Mrs. Watson. '1 Unit face cloths. 11 Unit eye bandages; Mrs. Suowdon, 4 ampuia- 1 Hon covers; Mr-. I.ait. In cotton binders. 1 nurse's apron; Mrs. Iloscll. I pair knitted socks: Mrs. Henry IW. I).I. I suits pyjamas. 1 knitted face cloth. ! pair knit socks; Mrs. Gwll- II it id . lo cotton binders, 1 nurse's apron. 1 pyjama coat; Mrs. rtaisbeek, ��\ flannel binders, 12 l'.P. bags, in cotton binders. 1 pr. knit socks; Miss Gibson, In wringers. 1 nurse's apron; Mrs. Miller. 11 day shirts; Mrs. .1. I.lewelyn, in cotton binders, -1 wringers; Mrs. retrle, 1 pair knit socks; Miss Birch, I operation gown. 1 nurse's apron; Mrs. Larson, 8 personal property bags; Mrs. .las. Turnbiill, 12 wringers; donated by Mrs. Harrett, - pairs knit socks;. Total number of articles shipped to Calgary, including work tlono at tho Rod Cross sowing rooms during September, T.lS. Good dotiies save poor ones waste IN BUYING anything Annual Meeting W.A. Uuchanan. M.P.-(Jootl Year's Work. Addressed By A flrantford's population for the current year, according to tho report of tho iiBsessment department Is 2S,-72.1, an Increase, over last vear of 1.-OCl. clothes or else this year, it's a good thing to know exactly what you're getting; the fact that the average buyer doesn't know good quality from poor stuff that looks good, is often a source of great profit to some merchants. When you see a Hart, Schaffner & Marx label in a garment, you're, at once in possession of all the knowledge you need; it tells you everything; we don t need to say a word. You know I he clothes are all wool, carefully tailored, ilia' the clothes will save because of the long service you got and that your "omptete satlafact'o". is guaranteed. , Louis Keel The home or Hart Schtiffner .Marx clothes. FRIENDLY ALIENS Ottawa, oci. ll-A proclamation shortly will be i-ai-d,, it Is expected, calling nil I'riendlv aliens, except Americans, withlti the Dominion to register for military -a rvice. Tho conventions with (ho allied governments have been practicallv concluded and the formal call is now understood to be lender consideration by, the. government. The condition., will he practically the same as have litem provided In the convent ion with tho United Htittos. A Belgian, '.'Y'-riclwiiaii, Italian or subject of other allied oouutrles resident in Canada will lie placed on tho same footing in rei'iii'ii to military service sib tho Canadian at home. (Special lo tin- If|..r.'ilil) Commerce, Oct. ll.-The Commerce and District Branch of the lied Cross held their regular annual meeting on Friday,, October 1. A largo audlonce greeted the speaker of the evening, i Mr. W. A. Buchanan, MP., whose In-I teresting and inspiring uddress was ; enthusiastically received. The secretary's report showed that since the branch was organized on November 27, 1'J17, the sum of $2,-oilMO has been received and $1,! ' expanded leavlnf a balance of 91.011.24 in the treasury. Of this sum it. was decided at a later meeting of tho ex-ecutlvij committee to make a cash donation to the provincial oiilcn of live hundred dollurs. The officers wore all reelected and I'o-appointed without 'a single exception and six new active members wore added to the list. This branch now hers and ten life members. Some excellent music was retiderod at the meeting by Mrs. Dunning and Mr. Phillips. A Junior Auxiliary Uod Cross Society Jins been formed at the (lom- AUTONOMY IN AUSTRIA Basel, Oct. u. -Kmperor Charles of Austria will soon issue a proclamation dealing with the right of the different nations of tip, empire lo