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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iVkOE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus JOVT At> tOO :>NEAKfcD OUT  "^OO^ F*WENO?>- QUN3 FOR PINCHER CREEK * ? Brigadier General Ormond, a ? forninr rosfflont of Plnchnr > ? Crook, has proaontod that town > ? with two Dor man machine guns > > captured by tho G2nd Infantry > : 27th and 28th of August. > >*>>?* *�>rri>*pendent) r.unncr Harold wii'a a Lethbrldgo id Has seen he frcn'. returned Mis father. Mr. C. AmTiian linksmen wh.-> prefer Iron heads for their goif club* manufactured In Scotland to the domestic article will have to con-erv.- the stuck in htni if they are not  �� be luft with-, out a niblick or a mosh fit to cut ; ii derent sit��d divot. A great many ! of the Scotch cleekmakers bare long since turned their forges over to th� govornmen; and are now engaged in hammering the steel which they formerly put Into golf club heads Into si|mip� and similar articles. Accord-ing to tho�e In the business, shipments of Scotch male "decks" have b^en coming in fairly regularly, but if th�' war should last that much longer it i* Just possible that the suppry will altogether before another feason rolls around. Experts Particular. Although to many one golf club bead may look just like the next, tin-expert has h!� like*1 and dislikes, and there l� ,\ peculiar something about the S- ot: choice. How St that the" I'nitPd States, the home of the steel Industry, can not duplicate these heads is no; the leas', peculiar part of the whole affair, but according to those who have handled them all their lives the Scottish cleekmaker gets a certain dull finish to his iron beads which they do not ��-ero to be able to duplicate In this country. Whether it la In the steel or the method of working the metal even professionals can not say yet they can t�-!l at a glance which is the homemade club head and which tho import*! article. Moreover, a great majority of the am.v the trade It Is generally agreed amoro: | the professional golfers that the \ American clubmak.r turn* out the | best wooden club heads, both as to : finish and general app.-ar.mce. In ; this way the honors of the golf club-: miking art arc about evenly divided between the old world and the new. j NEW 8PORTS ADOPTED Sailors Keen For Boat Racing. Trap-; ahootlng. Pushball. Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Great Lakes. III., Oct. 19-Boat raeinc trapehooting and pushball, three new ' sports, have been adopted by the athletic officer here. The first boat rare brought >mt 15 ICoared cutters man! ned by husky coxswains. The course was one mil" in Lake Michigan. In a tirrlng finish, with oars moving together, the 17th regimen: shot v>t the winner by a length Trapshootlns !.s a favor!-'" past'n:.. among the officers. A �p!'-r.did � ioo. house has been erected on 'he nit-skirts of the (amp Shio-s .,�: I !>>.!-. !|sM are heel every i S.l t urd-i'� ternoon i From Our O-.v Barons. Oct. Hansen, who left Batt-ry In 1!�I hard service at home on Sunday W. Hansen, ttioton-d to Calgary on Saturday and bromiht blm down by road. Gunner I!.m-en has been Invalided home on account of shell-shock and trench fever, but has the appearance of being in fir-' class health. On Thur�day evening a dinner party was . c'ven by Mr. and Mr� Hansen In hon- ' Xew York John I1 Ko�t- t. former or of their son's re-urn. veteran baseball writer, and new ; s \t- Wil'.win does n.-t anticipate fatal I when settles down upon a war- tesults in any of the ca�i\ a-ltnits tha' a | l-eginnins nut-1', be .:\,\ I,. b> -otne j Th-' g-ime of baseb.iH." j,;-.-.. Ke -� te-  �r.ti�: be ma !e a sport -ittd lie irt-r.ton. in a  'otnmerci.iiism e made to take e have J,.-. n ,.,. an I there hav/j � organizer Loan Campaign, �d.iy making ar way. ccntr-d'.ed !o spor'.ssitinilk of ha-"ball should I .1 bark Tll-t reasonaide players i.e.-a 'inrci.soii.ible -i.oaid t.e team �o; broiigii: to his notio Mr. C 1>. Taprell. for the 1'."^ Vlc.oty �.vas in towa on T�. rangetnents for the dlftric*. Mr Iloti'iati wa- ag.iin np-pointed chalnnan � f th>' local com-niKtee and M. Ma>>-. It would sfem loa! the real estate market Is plcklnp up attain Mr. .!. K. at:u o'a ' Ut. ft. '*('"tl p!a>( a:t I a p. tirut and will vicn: � it }' . -id I Id �a st. ul 1 that rvine j..,. ml-an X IV. 11 uuarter �b. ticvn to bin !�:, !.'! I'ophiim u  -.-.irsdiiy to ir. ik-removal of ho Fritz. W. H. Uobblee. .1. I). Speck. Mrs Speck. T. E. Uoulton, O. II. Saundrr-son, J. McClerason. From tho Bosi Butte district the following were obtained. Mrs. J. Wllley. Mrs. Coi. B j (iolenyslc. A. Schaafna. A. Kooy. Mrs.' B. Iltiuni, B Syntt, S. Hchuklin. Mr. I.ohuzen. J. Baunlnk. Mr. Hnusmiin, W. (ieint*, II. Davles. P. Mlehach. 0. S i C.orton. Mr. Tucker. V. Uemlt. Mls.s Auld. Mrs. Van Dyke, Mr. Kelnuker. lrvii* 'in"thIs ' ^,r' K�nllnenbett. J. Konljnenbett. J " 1 Vundervoude, X. Bannlck. C. WUhuge (llfo membership). (!. J. Wlthage,' (llfo membership), C A. Wlthage, (life membership), F. Smith, Mr. Harvey. I). Dellocr. Miss M. Auld. K \ Shlebout. K. Ham. A. Boatman. A. H. j Saunderson. J. McCI.-nun. Mr. (ilbson, A. Steele. M Carry. M. Wood. Mrs. It Todd. W. Cawdnm The canvassers for these districts were Mr. Saunder-son and Mr. Ileuell. On Thursday Mr. W. .1. Buchunun received ix message saying that hH ; cook car which is used In connection with Mr. Taekuborry'H drilling outfit and Is commonly known as Tackn-berry's Ark. was blown over completely on Frldny afternoon, but there wns no damage done. Mrs. Kllpatrh-k had her mother and sister staying with her over the weekend. Miss Mcintosh spent the holiday In I'lneher Creek. During this weok a quarter section wns sold by Mr. Tusker to Mr. Kaake, the price being $7n per acre. .1 liar-! rls * Co. put tho dent through j WiMrd SERVICE STATION T HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Make* of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 810 l.'-l.'-JJ. about > Sp-ll.une people, r;- Forssnan has . five miles west � be.-, Arnegard. .' to Calgary on arrangement* for Co1 F the pi t; -1 i ' Live to the , not treat.  . ,'ta ' The thir- ,r. in with pas! I have b-en i.f rptt;:...� that players �'"P he is asked to take Ix>ndon. (British Wlre'.es* Service), ! and ii -i-.oiii I be informed consider-Oct. IS.-Comment from the (" ' iteiy and tart-full!.. *o that he may newspapers circulated by the German , '-n'.-r into jny iran-action that wireless service gives an interesting I fecis his future as a player w.Ui version of peace as the German wire- j eyes wide open ^ , Iws Imagine It. All tho newspapers l'resldent Wilson's points as freedom club head. Fire Did Not Ruin Them. That this ts more than a fad was demonstrated to the satisfaction of George Low. the Baltusrol professional, when fire destroyed that club several years ago. Scattered throughout tho lockers In the clubhouse and stored In Low's shop were many brands and grades ot iron club beads. After "the fire the professional found among the ruins a mass of twitted iron heads from which the shafts had been burn6d. Xothing was ot any uso of navigation. The German Idea of the freedom of navigation Is shown by the comment as two-sided. The Germans not only look forward to freedom of navigation in peace, but want the same freedom in war no that their mercantile marine may escape the consequence of someone else controlling the �ea. The boycott apparently fills Germany with the greatest anxiety. Colonial questions alio loom large In her plans. If You are Considering the Purchase of a Used Car it will pay you to examine our stock. We have the following to choose from: 490 Chevrolet Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One Dodge Touring One Ford Touring One McLaughlin Touring All in good shape. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK THE REO CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR NEDCR088 BOX bail-ball public should be taken into the cor.tbli n>'i- of club ownt-is an! players. Th- public pays the bese-brill fri-i^bt. make* baseball possible, and is entitled to know what U going o�. Only men who arij fully conversant with basil all and know It from A to '/. should be made, executive officials. ;..r !!-.  winter untie in the i erring loisine *ivo his ciiii: super.or odu. j city. "Your owii . oriticl'ed f. r of t'. service on S  ompi>*ltor � h iine. m.ikm.t Clilipbei! had Anthem - of ih .if- cheer-!, alum ; lis . of the leaitii'ot i tlor.s : instead been state.' ih., have peace,' was close,! v,, aforesaid ;u:tlo said Cheers VV family to that city , m,Ih(,r ,,.,;,,,, ilwuy. Mr I'ophiiut will con .,, estate and auction-' here, but wishes to ��> the benefit of the .junl factlltk't of the respondent" has been! 'tie unintelligible ter-' report of tho special' : day. F.videnlly the ! set tho type mlMU'iI n ' � appear that Mrs | -ung all the Xutlonal Allies and given three ; 1.1 unassisted, for each iiiou of the allied na-f which It .should have  she had �ung "Let us and that the meeting 'i tho singing of tho �us and with the afore-refore a kick is hero- Sunday morning was observed in the local church as a Thnnkt-glvlpg service and the opportunity was taken to present the Sons of tho Sod badges to the three young men m our midst who had done their duty to the Kraplre In the wuy of greater production. Theso were. J. Cox, S. Cox and A. I'rendergast. The badges wer" pinned on by tho reeve of tho village, C, S. .Noble. Thanksgiving Pay was celebrated here by the I..idles' Aid of the church who put on u supper and entertain-ment. The supper, which was of an la-ii'.iloii. Oct. 1�- Major G-ment for Blm Cut Bopalrs. R. D. RITCHIE 200 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Vulcanizing! Itavo your tires and tubi s repaired nt the Central whoro you get dollar for dollar's worth of service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional. Blowouts, Itlmcuts, Spots and Kettle Be. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of'Dallas 227 0 "Again the biir leagues should con- I The by registered Mr. Mustard has returned to Barons and Is und-rstood to have leased a half sectlo". west of town. duct their afta'irs independently of the minor league*. There are too many divergent angles between the majors and the minors for them to be in the samt- body." commi'teo appointed to look after the inte'.-sts of returned soldiers met at Mis ( > iper'a on Thursday ov-enln? nnd lirr-nired to hold a public entertainment in tho Oddfellow's hall USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSe OF SERVICE" on Friday e\,-honor of the n. the front A ; slating of Mr-Mr. I'lantir.g appointed, committee  ee. Kennedy invitation* upturned men ..' have knowl, :.� iing of next weok. in n so far returned from rogram committee, con-Iverson. Miss Mclsean, and Mr. Brown, was .vis also a decoration -isting of Messrs. Fits-ad Venables. Special to be tent to all ro-whom tho committee �-, but it Ik to bo un- Pal Moore, Pokorney, Mitchell Are Willing to Meet Fighters in the Service of Out. Great Lakes, III, Oct. 10. - Pal Moore, the Memphis flash, and I'o-korney, pride of Cleveland, both husky second class sicami-n in the navy and boxing instructors at Great Lakes, have Joined with Bitch Mitchell in challenging outside scrappers-meaning those not in service. Mitchell was matched for a 10-round no decision go against .Soil Friedman, the Chicago boy, at Milwaukee Friday night, when city health authorities stepped In and (dosed tho-doors. No crowds were allowed indoors because of the Influenza epidemic. It was a tough break, as indications pointed to the biggest llstie assembly of the year for Milwaukee. Ilitchie is a chief quartermaster in tbo navy. I'ntil recently be has been bothered with an infected arm that prevented training and his appearance in the ar.-na. Xow fully recovered and his physical condition polished up by tha regular hours and "chow" of the navy, tho shifty Milwaukee product is ready for any 133-poundern In the country. Lieutenant John Kennedy, officer in charge of boxing at the training camp, has taken over Moore'n affuirB with a view of landing a bout for tho Memphis champion. Bal is particularly eager to get hooked up with Geoigio Adams' manager derstood tiiat ,uy returned soldier in 'the distri  or relatives of returned men or of men overseas, will be welcome w'::eti.,-r ihey are specially Invite', or not The entertainment will be open to th. public and there will not In- any i o i.-gi! for admission. The ladies will -.o.e refreshments. Messrs Gra-.t & Moir, real estate and Insurance agents, havo dissolved partnership. lr. Grant will devote ills full time in future to his farming interests ,-uid tho business will bo continued !��.- Mr. .Voir. Provincl i'. Constable Mackle of Barons, has )>�� ,u going after the boot, leggers lately Within the last ten days he h.u n,;ido hauls at Vulcan and Champion ami last night he captured nn automobile with four cases of firewater at,s. . -. J--_-. through the. hinted Moore was side-stepping his protege. Accord in it to Lieutenant Kennedy and Pal himself, Adams is welcome to a fight any time, anywhere and at any weight. M.ore. scales around 116 tnesu day- po-.sibly a pound or so over or under, depending upon the amount of work done dally. During a portion of la ..i month Wilson (that's Pal's: right name* was boxing 16 rounds evcrs day for Instruction purposes. Mooro haii invested $500 In Liberty bonds of the fourth issue, the largest slnglo athletie Huhscrlptlon at the lakes. The station fighters went over the top 100 per.cent. Every mitt artist, amateur or professional, novice or expert, invented in at least one of the bonds. A Canadian Institution Fit-Reform has grown up with Canada. It represents Canadian tastes; the ideas of our best people in regard to the fashions of the day. It has become a part of/ the inheritance of succeeding generations-like the family name. Fit-Reform is distinguished by a faithful service-a complete and fine confidence-that marks it as more than a mere tailoring establishment-an inutitution. Fit-Reform has a place in the esteem of its patrons that is steadily strengthened with the passing seasons. McKELVIE & McGUIRE LRTHBRIDGli ;