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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN LETimnmr.E DAILY SATURDAY, OCtoBER 13, 1.917 LUX i; An exquisite "newness" for all woollens i Somehow, with ordioary washing, one iliriys thinks of woollen garments coming out of the little worse off than when they went in. Far otherwise when YOU let LUX wash them. They out of the wash with soil, fleecy "new" feeling, as being absolutely unshrunken, quite unlhicfcened. 'How is it done? Allow 3 tables pponiulj of LUX for each gallon of water, which should be near the boiling point. Put the woollens in aid itir Ihem.about with a .stick. Then let them soak until the solution is cool enough for you to squeeze the woollens with the hands the .dirt will-run'.out. .Then rinse in 2 or 3 relays of tepid water and hmi to dry. AU ticJ rrKm triliit mfii', h'' Lever Brothers Limited Toronto 32 .fegj WILL NOT INJURE THE FILMIEST TABRJCS ADDITIONAL SPORT Kauff is New Gotham Hero 2 Homers in a Game Makes History Double Shutout Also HelpsSH I hflM .'NSTT York, Oct. victory -beginning of, Ihejresent century. In (ton, Trbo. Is the Gianli In lhe fourth game was. Lhe. 1909 the Chicago Nationals postmaster. A. D. Jajixirt, chairman of the K8- lutBCd Soldiers' at Enchant. In a leUer lo lha Keiald says: "I was given to understand that lh> government Oitaira passed ao to tha effecl lhat all public offices were to be given to re- lurned velerous applying lor Ine same. I teg lo thst I re- signed the poslniasterahiQ at Enchant, Alta.. after eight or nine years' ser- Tlco and I also Informed the posl ot- fico deparlmenl as early as tho 6th or Junn last, that I would withdraw mi- rojlgaalloB and 1 would hold thi office unlll a relurncd raleran could bo found lo Isko tbo job. But on SSlli ol August this post office was handed over lo an innaturallted civilian, al- though a returned vctenin applied lor Ibe job et the same time. "Xuw. I would llto lo draw the at- tention of tho rolurued veterans, and also to relatives of our soldiers.who are fighting in Klanders so that al the coining general election they will be aula to jiul the matter up lo the mem- ber at their election meetings, anil asl; Ihe question: How it-Is the prc- senl government can pass an1 brder- In-couucil as above staled, and the] post office department break II lip, same as Ihe Germans break up all na- tional lairs, and Ihrow the returned veterans on the scrap heal) slier Ihey bave foughl for us? "Any further Information leading up to the appointment ran bb had by ap- plying lo A- DXJaycock, chairman, Soldfcrs' bureau, Enchant, Alia." Encbanl Is in the present constitu- ency of Jlediclno Hal. Ihoush Ihe pat-' rcnsse is handled by tho Conseryallve candidate In BUTT Hirer, In which constituency Enchant is placed In Ihc _ forlhromlng general elecllons. j From luformatlon Sn the possession of Iho Herald It appears that Pte. Shcnton. of tho 2nd C.M.R. was ap- pointed lo succeed Mr. Jaycock, hul; he laterjdeclded to remain on tho farm Kith his parents. Later, Pie. II- Gril- fith wa's appointed, but owing to ill health was not strong enough for Ihe Job and Mr. Jaycock carried on. the work ualll Ausiisl when he was In- formed by the post office Inspector .to turn tho office over lo Mr. Freehurger, who, il Is alleged. Is nu unnaturalizral. dlUen of German birlh or and of strong pro-German sympathies. Later Pte. Shenton ottered to accept Lhe position. I Jusl before leaving Ollowa W. A. Buchanan, Ihe rellring.member of ine then constituency o( ilcnicino Hat, I hart the .ma'.t-r hrousht lo his alien-1 lion and he presented the complaint e post office department and tbfcy cd him that an inquiry "wonld ihcld. So far, no action has. been. 1 taken to give the office" lo Pte. Sheu- prepared lo "act as THE Dawson CMy. V. T.. Oct.; 12. --A special froui Ot- tawa says th'at tho remoteness of tho draft regulullaus will, not be df fecllf 0 here for BeVc.nl after put "Into Car.s-Ja. 6 SAPPER' HOWELli IS REPORTED WOUNDED Baii From UnlU Shipment Get- many ]g Pie, Thos. FeacecU, ot Taber, vho was recently reported wouaded and nilsslog, came originally from 1 Usher luce, Lancashire, England, where his father resides. Sapper Harry llowell. who jglaed tbo engineers at Leth- bridge, la reported wounded. Ills next- of-kia reside at Grenslhorp, Barnsley, Yorkshire, Eng. Pic, Chas. Sbubroole, whoso home Is nl Cranbrook, B.C.. la _ reported seriously 111, Ills parents Hve to thai transported In peace time and London, Oct. ol all commercial communica- tions with Holland until lime R3 The Netherlands goveruiuent places an absolute restriction OD Hie transit 6; saad, grave) nni] scrap mctal3 through Holland from many to Belgium was explained .to the Associated Press Lodar Lord Robert minister ol block- ade. "The Dutch la recent lie said, "have been allowing, the Ger- mans to transport across Dutch waterways from Germany to Belgium quantities ol gravel and sand. The. total was out or all proportion In England. .there Is not the slightest doubt Iliat tho Germans arc marine direct "iJse, o[ (his lo our detriment. Tim Ger- mans aro uslug ouoruioua quantities Of, concrete In pill boxes, dugWs iiJd la uiauy olher.ivays. Dutch do iiof claim-thriV the mans GhoultT be pertulttct] to transport material for thja war cou- rrete through Dutch terrllroy, but Ihoy say Uio Geruiana have given assurance (Ms malerJal fs employed In strictly civil purposes. I Lave ao.doubt that tho Germane have BUCD, assurances id there fouio Jujglo hy which' they nro able lo submit paper proofs. Hut have this mous quantities of concrete aro'being used at Ihe-front and onoraious quau- lilies ol concrete material are goicg Into lhe zone'through Hollaud. .niado repeated complaints with result, liDtil TTO finally decided, Inasmuch as tho Dutch have no right'to use our cab- lea oiceplcas a matter ol courtesy, tlmt weislt'ould iay.to lhe Dutch we catinot-seo-a wayrto permit you Iho furlheivute 6[ our. cables unta Eomr (hlog fa done fa-regard to thcso coi crele hiaterlah. .That's where thi matter Dutch' Proofs. The Hiiue, '.Get: Dutch Foreign, oftfco today Issued Illo fol- oftlc-lal atatcmojit concerning Llio prohibition of tho use of BrJllsll rabies ilir Holland. i 'JTho Netherlands government can Eattsty the.BritIsli desire to stop the Iransll ot sajjd BUd yravol lo Uelglum only' when: the UrlllelT government can Ehow, the "declarations of (he German authorities and iho Investigation of Dutch officers that (lie materials are not used for vur rufposes. The .Dutch minister at ondon. has beeri Ina'.rucled lo aifc tho DrllUh government to communi- cate any proofs It niay possess In this respect." s REICHSTAG AOJOORSS Amsterdam, Oct. German Rclrhstag, according'.to dispatch from Berlin, adjourned today until December 6. THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBR10CE CARSTOTHcOQOR PHCNE 789. ras. Lhe. gle lor I e I inosl -impressiTC of the struggle lor i tho Detroit Americans twice the National league color hearers ei- succession, and In 1905 the Gtaots o[ ELOQUENTLY DEFENDS celled both1 in pitching and with IheULose days shut oat the Philadelphia' bat. "While the Chicago comhiriation. "Athletics four games out ol five, several-times, they-never-.the only rictory of lhe Machmen Paris, led the battinff massacre home runs. The youthful left-haadcr fnlly re FRENCH DIPLOMACY j cL -The j I tot a runner.beyond third base. lalso a shut-out by the Indian diplomacy of France r.T7asJ defended Two" newttlamohd-heroes leaped lo "Chief' Beuder. Cbristr eloquently by former Premier Briaod j pedestals ol fame. lor Ferdinand now manager or the Clnclnati Natlon.-'tln the chamber of deputies during an Schapp turned Sox batters. aLs, and "Iron Man" Joe .McCInniiy, jimerpeilauuu on diplomatic! tack without a run, and Benny KautTwere tie New YcH twirlers vhb during lhe war.- M..jBriand two gineered qiiadruple whitewash of said lhat the work ot French dlplo-J. the Athletics. mala must be judged by the results f______ _____ __ There was nothing lo forecast the.ol Gennany's ullra mo.derQ diplomacy deemed "himself for the vicious sally sensational flaTelopmenls of Thura- :'whlch has brought tho brand of In- of the Chicago clnb pJn. the -second day's game lu-the early innings. lhat country's name. After game on.; their .cronndg, -when; three It-. 1waa-jtt pitchers11 Great Drllaln and Italy had v taken the Comiftey park batters drove him] battle between Faber and Schnpp, Uheir place beside France, there had_ from tie mound early-in Ihe game, t With llttls advantage on either sldfl. come Japan, Roumanla, the United Kaoff after thirteen hltlesa trips Kauff was the third man -.0 face Faber; Stales atid almost' etery couolry in to the plate, finally found hla balling in the of the "iourth. the world.- eye. Pitcher Barns nnd Herzog having failed .to America about our fllploraallc call-drive, yrhlchJ paved lhe way if or j make not. a'hit In-the series laUthlr- j declared the former prem- the Giants'onslaught, which later was I leeri tinies at the .byword "I defy you lo find anything to demoralise the White Soi. The among'the desperate, iiiumfllatlng helne said about effectlveiJBEg ot Schupp's hurling and With a ball and a strike called against KauttV halting was sufficient to de-jhlm, he saw a perfect ball feat: the American leaguers, bnt the coining up from Fiber's hand, and, contagious aiid taking a deep toehold' fn the baker's their teammates were but a-Etrlde box, he flung the full weight- of hla hind them In the rush through Soi trenches. the! body into the sweep of the bat There I was .a terrific crack and.the ball flew tiki a bullet over 'second base arid far bayard ID lo centre field. Oulfielder Felach, .Ihe mar. MADE A PEER London, Oct. announced that Sir Francis J. S. Hopwpod, clrll of the admiralty and "secretary been an' infield out> the .White Soi hurler Only twice Iii ,lhe long history of irorld Eeries baseball has KautTs feat of two home runs in.one game been Before Ihe'fonner leader of "the Federal league Made his Sflltec In fie opening "game o! ln lhe i'wo circnlt drives the honor was dlv-'-scrlea, sighted the sailing sphere .and ppeaed willi a ajngle. Manager mafle the tremendous circuit tlrire off! faUcred as soon aa he.faced the Na- 'Harry Hooper of the Boston Americans, of-1916, and Out- folder Dougherty" ol the.. same club Hooper hammered Jims Into ilhe bleachers In the fifth game'of the world series ol iwo years ago against the Philadelphia" Nationals, while In lhe ancleaf days ol lie post-season play, Dougherty established tha re- cord wUh his twin drives against the Fittshrarga of Pitching Record Shutting out the IVhlte Sox with- AUt a run, following a similar feat by BOD Ion Wednesday, Schupp also .equalled for the Giants' learn, as a -whole, a donble shut-out which haa been ECO red bul few times since lhe gprlnled for the .centreficld bleacher fence. The ball passed over his head as he ran and .Jell, amojjff Ihe, folds of a canvas sign hefora It was dropped at lhe.beginning of lhe game, announced "The .Glacta have bought Liberty bonds.! Have Felach, In his eagerness ip hold KaufE at-third, fumbled" the ball ha irled to pick It up and the runner was crossing Ihn as tha sphere was finally retorncu to llic in Geld. Both Kauff'3 team anl the fans gave him loud greetings aa he sped lowafd the Giants' Faber Locet L-' The circuit blow appeared'to taVe something of Faber's. confidence-and allhough Zimmerman :ifas Vellred 'on I'- Old Dutch The Hygienic Cleanser Keeps the Sink immacu- late ahd the taps McCrav crossed the Sox from his well knowrThlL and run sys- tem to bunting. Robertson and Ho lit e both laid down perfect bunts and .by fast .sprinting the bases were Tilled. I'.arlden's hopper to Faber rtaulted [n EL double play. Schupp'e single to centre sent (he plale, hul liGihc was 'caught by Felsch'3 rapid return ot the halt aa he tried to slide Into the plate a stride "behind Robertson. I In the "lucky lhe Giants scored again. 'Fletcher singled off Jfc- Mullcn's glove and look third when Faber's spit hall flew wide, and Schalk had to It to the grand stand .irallr Robertson went ovi, Ka-1 bcr to Oandll, and then lhe White! Soi's pilcber bit Holke, sending hlra o first. For time In the. Ihe 10 root steadllyi n, an effort lo rattle Faber. McGr.aw [arc the signal for Ihr hit and run and aa narlden went out, Collins Gandll Flelcher, scored. With} Holke on second, Sch.upp was rellrcd, Weaver Faber retired at. the nnd-of the seventh lorlh took up the hurling for Iho While Sox-whcnMhc'GIanta jwenl lo bjd In Lhe eighth.'. biJt Ilcrzog a single (o centre, and'for Lhe second'lime lit game, Knuff found a-ban lo his Itkfng and sent It Exiling for'another homo run. Thla lime he poked (he ball the rljfbt'flelA Aland-antl the aphcre drop- ped llnlo the granrlataiid back of first bitse, while KaufI trolled around Iho hy IlerzOft for the1 fihal run of the game. This TV tho last gams .In which tho players rarllclpalo In tnf; gale re- and later on the WhKd Sot and Giants will divide their ot the ajmlsalon charges for the flrsl four sum will) bo awarded'-CO per ccnL to.tJib win-. ncr and 40 per cent, lo tho loser, Ihe' amounts being respectively anil i I the attendance'Thursday was 716 ami tho rccc-ipls Of UiU amoutiC the playera receive lhe cluha and the Na- tional commlBSiIon Our 14-day FURNITURE SALE starts MONDAY, QCT. 15th Every article reduced anywhere from 10 to 25 per cent. This is an exceptional-opportunity for intending pin-chasers of -furniture lo save money'as they not only getthe advantage of our foresight in .buying before" the increase in price, but we also find every article- of .furniture reduced at least 10% aiirt some cases reductions fiuYas liigli' as Ueiow we give a few items of each line, but it is impossible to describe (hem all.in detail. Visit our show rooms and be Convinced of (he values we are offering. That Beautiful Solid Mahogany Dining Room Suite-now on display in our window. -Worth at today's market write: will bring, joy to some home at Here is a chau'cc iii si life time. .1 Bedroom Sets AND CHAIRS. Solid Waliuit Set. f 2i for ,6 Mortified Mary Set.f 130.00for1 Sale Monday, Oetobfer 15 Jacobean William and Maryidesigii. for .V ruined Elm Set. for !ji6Q.OO Inlaid Walnut. Set lor MOSTLY CONSISTS OF BED, DRESSER, TABLE, CHAIR AND ROCKER Solid Walnut, William and Mary .pci-iotl. for-. for Solid Miihptfany. '.'f t'nr G. Desk3 0. Scerelury. Solid Mahogany. for i Old for es Kccd. fjwO.OO for French Grey. for English Wood Bjxly. for English Woqd Body; for Collapsible for Collapsible.- fwr .-.JJ42.75 .1124.50 ?14.50 Parlor Suites and Odd Chairs Solid suite, Solid sjiite. Odd Easy Chairs, Lounges Divanettes Old linglish Bockcr. for Fumed Oak Chairs. for Fiimcrt Oak ChaiM, for Lounges, Ini. leather. for s. Royal Oak. ?8.00 Hall Stands and Mirrors Old English. Golden Oak. for .do Quarter.Oak Scats. for ftlSM Iron Beds and Extension Couches IJcd.s. for Ucds lor AVIiitcKnVnicJL Beds. for Fancy. Covered Couches. Fancy Covered Coiiclics. foi- Brass Beds Solid for Solid Uross. foi- Solid IJrass for Solid for..-.', Stoves and Ranges w, 24iOO for for HoyalHangc. for Monarch. for OF AND FKEIOJIT PAID. Lethbridge's Hpme Furnishers ;