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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i�AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY JIEIIALD THUI^SpAY, OCTOBER 17.19tS CONSPIRED!TO DEFRAUD Sun Francisco, Oct. 16.-Klasou ti, Williams, field-socrotary ot the NH' tluual Ddfonao I^oague o( Callfurnia, was arroated hero today by todoral ot iiclala 'on a oharge of conspiracy tc deffaud through the (.Jnitetl, Staten malls In con'nectlon with thd allogud emb'ezzliament oC f20,000 of tho organ izatlon's funds. The ii?an In the, restaut^nt regarde,they would come later in the week. Then followed an- clared themselves champions ot Al berta. Tha Hat junloft disputed the claim. Arraljgements wer,e made for, the Monarchs to come tb-Medicine "Hat to play a three-game series to settle the question, the Monarchs preferring to come here" inasmuch-as . gate-receipts in Calgary would have been totally Inadequate. Then the Monarchs flunked the series, and instead, the "Vies," bolstered up by players from other teams, came down. They, were trounced badly. To Be Five-Game Sepiea Then the Calgary Monarchs said they would play the Hatters in Calgary and offered ?50 guarantee and percentage of coUsctlon taken on the grounds (the latter amounted to less than ?15), tv;o games to be played in Medicine Hat on the following Monday and the Hatters to hand over to the Calgapy team a like amount. It was further-agreed that if the issue, was not'then decided, the fifth game would be played here the following day. This arrangement was' following the ethics of championship finals as conducted in the world's series. �* ^ _ BRETON ARROW _ COLLAR ClOB^MBBTING cut OP FBONT SHOWING A BIT OrcHAVAT BAND O-tt,Pe�bo�lyltCo..rfC�a�Jt.Lli�it>^ The locals could see a nigger in the woodpile. On the holiday the Calgarians could rakfe together their strongest team, could make the journey without night travel (on Sunday), and therefore be in the very best of shape. TIow different with the locals, who had to travel at night, secure permission from various employers to lay off work for more than a day and lose considerable ot the filthy but neccessary lucre which is of such importance in the, days ol the reign of Old Hi Cost o' Living. Offer Various Excuses. Well, the Calgary hoys- were hera on Sunday and on Monday won the second contest of the double bill, making it necessary to play a fifth game on Tuesday. Then the craw-fish stuff was put to work. Some ot the players could not be released 1 from duty. If the locals would arrange with the employers in Calgary the team would stay. The wires were kept hot last night and the necessary -arrangements with employers made. Furthermote, after handing over ?64.85 to the 'Calgarians, the locals said they would hand over the total receipts from Tuesday's game to the �visitors. The Calgary boys edged away and put in a claim that one ot their players was indisposed and the team could not do Itself justice. They probed around for.information as to whether Mier^ would pitch again, and when Informed "possibly so," It was suggested that if Chief was" "In no condition" to hurl the visitors would take a chance. It would appear that Lewis, had spent himself in his iron-man stunt and that the visitors placed no reliance in their own mound staff-rfor, be IV known, Lewis has been for a conpiderable time a regular pitcher in the senior league. .Flunk, Pure and Simple It is a case of flunk, pure and simple. Expenses had nothing to do with it. The Hatters' got $65 to go to Calgary, the Calgary team was given 51t)0 so the press stnt^) by a Calgary fan, received $65 here for Monday's games and would have received the totitl gate today. The Medicine Hat juniors are champions, taking tho honors reluctantly through the flunking ot the.boastful Monarchs. In the double header at Medicine Kat, the Hatters won the first 6 to 5. and lost the second 9 to 4. ORECRUIIBALL IN FHOI kWi Former Stars Now In Service Wfite of Great Material Behind the Lines. New York. Oct. Jo.-The war has wrought many changes in American institutions, but it is doubtful if baseball magnates 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 after the close of hostilities many youths who have worn the khaki of Uncle Sam will change for the uniforms of the major league clubs. Reports from prominent baseball men, now serving overseas, are to the effect that" there are plenty ot young men playing the game behind the the second round, winning 4 holes, the other five being halved, gave Mackenzie, the Macleod crack, the match by 2 holes. Law. Plneher, and Dr. Craig, Lethbrldge, had a good match, but the doctor held the winning card and w^on well at the fihish. Cameron, Piucher, and N. T. Mc-Leod, Lethbrldge, match, went in favor of the Pincher pliiyer, who played fine golf, and although new to the course, never was in difficulties. He is an old country player (Scotland) ami knows and plays the game well. He belongs to the same county as Hume. Lethbridge club, their old homes being only some 10 miles apart. Kennedy and Wilsou, Macleod, played Skeith and Duff. Lethbridge, a return foursome ot long standing, and after a very exciting tussle ended, in favor of the Macleod pair. Messrs. Rhodes and Tydesley, of Pincher. arrived late in the afternoon, but managed to get ii game. The games were much enjoyed by the players taking part, and the weather in tlie afternoon was ideal for golf. LILLE CAPITULATES (OoNTiNtiini FHoit Front Pao*) CENTRAL POWERS UflABLE TO HOPE FOR VICTORY IN WAR Baron Burian, Austrian Foreign Minister, Maizes Candid Confession Basel. Oct. 16.-The central powerg found themselves no longer able to hope for a military decision in their favor and Bulgaria's demand for peace only hastened the presentation of their peace proposals, Baron Burian, the Austro-Hungarian foreign minis-lines 'in "their spare hoursi who are !declared in a recent statement to well worthy of a tria^ with the big! t-lie foreign affairs committee of the Notice to Customers of the Graham Motor Co. We wish to announce that beginning on the 1st of October our garage wiO be run on a cash basis. The Graham Motor Co., Limited E, AINSWORTH, Manager clUbs. In fact several have urged their former managers to either come over or send a scout across to see the type ot man who is being uncovered in these games, which many times are played within sound ot the heavy guns. They are superbly trained, from a physical standpoint, and handle themselves, both at bat and in the field, with the perfect confidence and poise �which aloae comes from excellent condition and discipline. While but a few are at present qualjfied to enter big league play there are scores, according to the reports, who are right now better prospects than the average minor leaglier of recent seasons. A few weeks drilling under the eye of an experlencd basball coach with some instruction in the finer points of Individual and team play some ot the soldiers may have the making of Ty Cobbs, Hans Wagners and other heroes of the diamond. in addition to attaining fine physical condition, every man has learned the 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 the American youth for sport competition and his adaptability Hungarian delegation at Vienna. "Although the central powers have been able to face the new military situation," the foreign minister Eaid,^! "it must be stated that we cannot hope any longer for a decisive success by arms, while our adversaries are not sure ot their power to crush our resistance. Hence further bloodshed is useless." 3't.-',.'i l;i.it they will bo n.'-z'.'ged to loa t. Belgiittn,- wliuro T"'e-par.ilions h.ive been madr in-care tor t;icnt. Ill case thoir exodus from Belgium is vecessary, the Dutih governmi'nt gi-.fs assu:-ajc; that thoy will be. reef ived on i:' territory. In this case t'i;:r feeding Will be assuv '. by ;be cciimlsslpn for Belgi-i-i relief." 5. ANDY . ' THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR-AI^D GUARANTEE THE WORK. .  Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) SERVICE STATION HENRY J.DENN ' Proprietor All. Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 Lignite briquettes to be manu-lactnred under gpvernment auspices In the southern Saskatchewan coal fields Will not be. available for market for at lea^t 18 months. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREAOINQ & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. WD:^Rrr?HiE 20s 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at the Central whore you get dollar for dollar's -worth ot service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, Rlmcuts, Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizuig and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 ALL WOOL SWEATERS Don't Contract a Cold, invest in a sweater, colds are dangerous, prevention is better than cure. You will find 1 fine line of all wool sweaters here always. We've a particularly gLOd showing at this, the sweater season o� tho year. Every wanted style: Coat Sweaters, roll collars, V-necka; Shawl Collars, double collars. Colors tan,' bi-own, maroon, gray, green and white. -  $7.50 to^ $15.00 LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET London, Oct. 17.-*-Britlsh forces entered Court'raf during yesterday's" fighting, according to a statement at the war office today. Ovdr 20 villages were captured by the allied forces In Belgium during the day. The text ot the statement reads: "On the 16th, despite the storm, the Belgian, 'British and French troAps continued th^lr attacks betw'een Dlx-mude and t)ie I.,y8 river. "Brilliant assaults over a front of 31 miles enabled them to advance an average depth of over Zi/(f miles. Tho Belgians cros.'jed the yser'rlVer north ot DIxmude and occupied 'Schoor-_ eeke. The British crossed the l-.y8, I pushing beyond Menin to a depth ot We understand how to tak*" earn of all kinds of tire troubles.-Punctures, blowouts., worn treads, etc., repaired In first class shape. We know o\ir business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprlelor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 30S Sixth Street 8. Lethbrldge, Alta. Phone 49S "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle ,AU Standard Tires and Tubes. > Qny First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. ^ c ;