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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t�AGE SIX THE LETIiBnmnE DAILT HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBEH 17, 1918 CONSPIRED TO DEFRAUD . Hum Francisco, Oct. .1(5.-Mnsou Li WIlllnniH, field socrotnry of the National Unfonso Loague of California, was arrested hnro today !iy federal of iiclals on u charm of conspiracy tc defraud through tho 1'iiltnil Htatei mulls In commctloii with tint iillngi't embezzlement ot $20,000 of tho organ izatton'a funds. Tho man in tho restaurant regarded with an eyo of suspicion tlfrs smut yellow cube tho waltfer bad brought iilni. "I take throe," ho murnnired "for butter or worse."-London Opln Ion. Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIE8 PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd 8t. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLING W.S.COOK Medicine Hat Hands Calgary Baseball Outfit a Hot Roast Done to a Rich Brown Turn Well and good. Tho Hatter? went to Calgary, won the opener and lo;r, !md although new to the course, never was In difficulties. He is an oid country phiyor (Scotland) and knows and plays the game well. He belongs to the *.\me county as Hume. Lethbrldge i lub. their old homes being only some io miles apart. K"iinedy and U'llsoi:. Macleod, played Skeith and Puff, lethbrldge, a return foursome of long standing, and after a very nxoitlng tussle ended. In favor of the Macleod pair. Me-srs. Rhodes and Tydesley. ot Pincher. arrived late in tho afternoon, hut managed to get a game. Tii� games were much enjoyed by the players taking part, and the weather in the afternoon was ideal for golf. LILLE CAPITULATES (OONTINDRII FltOM FRONT PaOII ir 0 Former Stars Now In Service! Write of Great Material Behind the Lines. E FOR VICTORY IN WAR Baron Burian, Austrian Foreign Minister. Makes Candid i Confession New York. Oct. IT..-The war has wrought many changes in American institutions, but it is doubtful if baseball magnat"s in the past would have thought of looking to the army for diamond recruits. Such is the case at present, however, and It is not unlikely that alt>-r the close of hostUi- _ ties manv vouths who have worn the i _ , T | khaki of rnc!.- Sam will change for! Has-l. Oct. lo.- The central powers itne uniforms of the major league touml themselves no longer able to IC1UBS hope for a military decision in their i Reports from prominent baseball favor nm! Bulgaria's demand for peace ! men. now serving overseas, are to ih.e onlv hastened the presentation ot eiTect that'there are plenty of voting',helr Peace proposals, Baron Burian. men pluving the game behind' the th" Austro-llui.garian foreign minis-lines in their spare hours, who are tor- declared in a recent statement to well worths- of a trial with :he big tho for^n affairs committee of tho clubs. In fact several have urged � Hungarian delegation at Vienna, their former managers to either come I "Although the central powers have over or send a scout across to see tho i Dfie" a,)1� e new military typo of man who is being uncovered situation," the foreign minister said, in these games, which many limes am "ll must be *tat0l! thllt wc cannot hope played within sound of the heavy an-v longer guns. , I They nre superbly trained, from a | physical standpoint, and handle them- i selves, both at bat and In the field, with the perfect confidence and poise which alone comes from excellent condition and discipline. While but a few are at present qualified to enter big league play tliero are scores, according to the reports, who are right now better prospects than the average minor leaguer of recent sea- for a decisive success by itrnis, while our adversaries are not sure of their power to cru3h our resistance. Heme further bloodshed is useless." Confidence that Turkey would remain faithful to the central allies was expressed by isaron Burian. The foreign minister declared anew Austria-Hungary's fidelity io Germany. "We shall enter upon the negotiations," he isaid, "closely united with our faithful German ally and with and Notice to Customers of the Graham 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 sons. A few weeks" drilling' under The | Turkey, which .outinues to kocip her eyo of an experiencl hasball coach \ ongageraent toward the alliance, not-with some instruction in the finer points of Individual and team play soma of the soldiers may have the making of Ty Cobb.s, Hans Wagners and other heroeH of the diamond. In addition to attaining fine physical condition, every man bar, learned tho lesson of Instant and explicit obedience to commands, as well as the necessity for team work In the complete sense of the word. Given this groundwork in addition to the natural liking of tin; American youth for sport competition and his adaptability it can be seen that there will he a new and splendid field for the recruiting of basoball players after tho war 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. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOU8E OF SERVICE" ends. Teams composed, to a great ex-! "f Impartial Jus- dent Wilson and league," he ruble, framework of th' upon it that. Unbuild uj) 'heir rei "Huch a league. withstanding the difficult situation in which she Is placed by tho disappearance of Bulgaria " � Baron Hurlan said that a sentiment of pure humanity always pervaded President Wilson's Ideas of the settlement of world problems, "oven when he Joined our adversaries and laid down certain principles directed against us. !l;r� miles north ot Kotlaas. Removing Sub Bases With the Allied Armies in Belgium, Oct. 16.-(By Associated Press). - Bruges, Turcoing and Roubalx have beon emptied of all civilians and tho Germans have, removed their military establishments front thoso cities. AH submarine* have been hastily removed from the U-boat base at Ostnnd and It would appear from Information that German naval bases all along the Belgian coast are either being moved or are being made ready for instatu removal, probably in the rear of the German mine fields in the North Sea. Four new, but tired Gorman divisions toavo appeared in the Flanders battle. All tho prisoners captured coniplaln bitterly that they are being compelled to continuo fighting steadily without rest. Many of them have beon continuously retreating or fighting since Aug. 8. A large numbor recently captured admitted that they had packed their kits ready to surrender when they believed they were to bo attacked. Belgian Official Havre, Oct. 16.-Tho text of the Belgian official statement follows: "We have mado progress on tho whole of the front of attack, which has been extonded north of the Hand-zaemo canal between Tliorout and tho Yser. We have gained ground In tho direction of Schoore. taken Koyom, reached tho Praetbasch wood nnd Chateau-Wynendael and captured as far as the Wynondael-Hooge road running to Tliorout and Bruges, where we progressed. "Between Thorout and Mandel, we reached Turfhauwe, carried Llcfcter-velde tand progressed as far aa tho outskirts of Coolscamp. South of tho '! Mchterveldc railroad, Thlelt-Ardoyo lii'.t beon passed. Iseghem has been occupied. Several hundred prisoners wore taken. "At Coolscamp we are less than three miles from the Important Thielt iToad. Wo have approached Inglemun-stor, Hulst has been occupied and wo are along the Lys almost everywhere from Menin eastward to Harloheke. We aro ut the gates of Conrtral. "Kurthor west wo have crossed tho Lys river and are loss than L'Vi mlloi from Turcoing. The attack is progressing methodically. "The enemy Is throwing bombs as he retreats into cellars whoro Inoffensive Inhabitants aro awaiting deliverance." Qermana Counter-Attack London, .Oct. 17. - Tho Germans have been countor-attacklng-and In a strong local thrust at Haussy, In tho regions south of Valenciennes, pressed tho British back to the western edge of the village. During the hlght, the British gained ground southwest of Camhral, capturing a fow prisoners. several kilometres on the right bank. 'Tliorout was captured by the Belgians. Llchturveldu and Ardoye were taken by the French, while the British captured Menin. According to the latest report, British troops have entered Courtrai. "Twenty villages wore dolivered from tho enemy. So figures are as yet available regarding captured prisoners and booty." REFUGEES BY T .ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR-AND GUARANTEE THE _ WORK. ^ Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) A. SERVICE STATION Arrangements Being Made to Care for Them-May Yet Remain in Belgium. Washington. Oct. Ifi. - Refugees from northern France and Belgium who are fleeing before the retreating German annie*. u'th the hop.* o, making their way into Holland, in i.- be teken care of hi or.-iter.i section- ~f Belgium, said ah offlr'.i! dl.iy. It is no( -rl.'.'i they will be ov.'fed to \'-\ 'i- Ri'Iglimi. wIhto pre-pjt.itlons have beer, madr tu ,\ir,> til em. In case their exodus from Belgium Is : ece-.sary, the Otiuh government pi'.t's assii.iic tan*. I hey will !� ie-c'ved on 1 � territory. In this cas". t'i':r feeding will be assur   by '.be ccrn-nlsslon for mlgi n relief." HENRY J. DENN Proprietor AH V Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 J Lignite briquettes to bo manufactured under government auspices in tho southern Saskatchewan coal fields will not be available for market for at leas*t 18 months. AUTO TIRES OF ALL 3IZE8 VULCANIZED Hv the Famous Haywood System RE-TREAOING & REPAIRING Uy Experienced Workmen. All work guarantood. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at tho Central whero you get dollar for dollar'a worth ot service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts. Rlmcuts, Spots and Koltlo Re. trending a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and - Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 Don't Contract a Cold, invest in a sweater, colds are dangerous, prevention is better than cure. You v. ill find il fine lino of all wool sweaters hero always. We've a particularly Kt-od showing at this. Ihe sweater season of tho year. Every wanted style: Coat Sweaters, roll collars, V-necka; Shawl Collars, double collars. Colors tan, brown, maroon, gray, green and white. $7.50 to $15.00 LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET Colonel tin OhaparraU'-KJGorgo, what iH your girl like? Is she brunette or blonde or ? Rustus-Well, Culinel. ali b'lievo Hhe'a what you might call a silhouette. London, Oct. 17-*-Brltlah forces entered Courtraf during yostorday's fighting, according to a ijtatomonl at U.o war offtco today. Ovor 20 villages woro captured hy tho allied forces In Holglum dtirlng the day. The text of tho statement reads: "On the lfilh, despite tho storm, tho Ilolglan, ' British and French tro&ps continued thqlr attacks betw'eon Dlx-muilo and t|io Lys river. "Brilliant assaults over a front of 31 lnllea ohiiblod them to advance an avorago depth of over *dty iiilles. Tho j Ilolglana crossed tho Yser rlVor north 1 ot Dlxmudo and occuplod 'School'-t eeke. The British crossed the Lys, ipqshlng beyond Monln to'a depth of Wo understand how to take care of all kinds of tiro troubloB.-Punctures, blowouts-, worn treads, etc., repaired In first class shape. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street 8. Ltthbrldge, Alta, Phone 493 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. ^ 229718 ;