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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T PKOE SIX TUESDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus DON'T VAHT XOO TO TALK TO A>Tf WAtTE* VHEN V/E CAT-  VA&4LAD "tOU OlOHT OH. � KNOW HIM ALL M-SHlTT BUTHAD P.^HT .N OlNTTi At* WE DONrr SPEAK- H \eminent a*- a �tintent army train rami). Fo,- several days Stagg i.l a handful of men who roiiM  i.i. Mie only I'm- a Hmiti'it time. j � Wounded Three Times in -iiowm- of in.' Mtdwaymcn again*! j :li'>tf olilor ami heavier foeinen was I highly creditable and it augurs well tor Maroon hopes in future games, when iiiop- practice will develop Mii'Mth' r I'm:ii�oik. I Battle. Rnces to Victory in Egypt Events. GRASSY LAKE RED IFERNIE MINERS L loin -ith;;ll 'in-ought tu begin rtk;i mivr aim camouflacliu about .�r���i*; Gophers aud Illinois af.d Wtdv and come right out with the synonyms- Siagg and William Zuppke and Yost. The latest offerings ou tlf i once gridiron schedule conclusively proved that tills year tin- coach the thing. Could Rely on Material Belor-1 tin' kaiser started sometliit; . ho couldn't fini'h. a school could p-'j with some certainty on a fair una;-, flty of material, and a tutor w|m didn't bare any particular �kill at drilling football into ne-n could drill around the prep school* and pick up sufficient ta!en� to in-iir.- a f)n� showing anyway. This season all the material 1' in the army or navy, and in the ma jority cf instances the success of .1 school will depend wholly on the ability of Its particular coach to take n small number of untrained :nkt-of tho Illini and Howard Joiie.s 01 lowt. A football fan who see.-, the timber the "old roan ' of the midway has at hUj dtiponal thin fal!. in comparison wltU ante-bellum day?. a'aJ rJmpare^ It w!tn the wealtii of tulent in the avoraco camp or rautnumt' -.niuii e by hoitlir.i the 1-nko Ithiff lirussy Lake. Oct. 1:' in� U the r"port of t'-.' Tip* fclloiv- Wire Hot Protest to Korden .Against Kcccnt Anti-Strike Order. lSpfri:it t� the Hei� Ferule. Oot. -'I-An echo of the or- bliiejacket- ru ,-eamen had iliiv.n early in The .nofal 1. U.KIll - i - ! h - ; :o.-)!''.'.i!i tbriiU Hi* T.'D -el.oi. �. or b111 r:I one up with another -. aft-r the veteran \ ;i>ved over a touch- * h- iir = l iiuarter. i tie .arly conference I r.,u- iiuntlnc for real tnu--' wait until the , , i...alu their at1r1Hal!paraKr',I,!' e -ervic.. t"am The London Sport�ntHJt of September 1! prims an interesting tale of ... ,.,,., .... , ., ,h- thoroughbred-, enduranc and T ^ ^ J^Z'^r^m'^ �t l�cP�l eourace. It has to ,lo with ;v heroic ; ,1'. �Vto nohli.h ' I *trlkp' durlni: the war. ami the arre,t horse amonjt warn horrors, torpedo- '  1 i ,f t;,,. f|Vl. men at falRavv, follow iiik Inp at se.-i. and raeitig in Kpypt and! lie annual meetmn; ..f t.ir t.rann.v I th,; Wttn,Hmt of tho rallwav m-��" branch o.' the 11.-d o present. | owav fron, ,,, ,vorkor, ot ,-an:l(la ,|,, Rrem war. raptnin tlooch writes-. ; A *.vno|>�l* of the wc.U .lurlni! thO!rlK,, ,0 ^y^,^ HlthouKu introduced as "Dear Sir SEMI-PRO LEAGUE IN 1919 IS PLAN Two (i:'.mes ;i Week in Large Cities Next Season-Money to Army Fund. r't.veiitid. Ohio. Oct. 19.- bers of the national baseball federa tioii, at a recent mt-etlnc here, con-sidere,| means whereby -nine substitute for organized baseball next year and untii th.- war t� done mlKht be offered. Wans outlined and now loade public state that tho national federation v.111 orKaul/e an elisht-club, .-.emi.pro league. includinR t'bi-capo. Detroit, t'leveland. 1'ittsburK. Akron and Cincinnati as members. an/1 leavinjc two towns to bo selected frotn a t�Iinire of Indianapolis, l/iuis-ville. Iiuyton. Canton and .lohnstown, I'.i. It is proposed to play two Karnes weekly 1)1 llie leiigue in .a. .1 town, on .Saturday ami .Sunday, and it is expected that tin- regular league parf.--� will be renied from the own- of the r.:,t. There A I ha\e beep readltiK a !I'a.st Mx mnfith.i (the sm i.ty wn� or-micernlnf ti\.� recetr canl.ied in March) v-a.; given and I shipment of tiioi'ou>:!ibred W'tudom. "m"! out to Kgypt with my regiment. We i were torpedoed go 111 e out. but the ! horse was raved antl Jandeii. We started again ami arrived safely. 1 tc.ok him all through the desert cam-jiaign ui> to the fall of Jerusalem in : December. 1HIT. Me had been wound, i-d three tlmeji. and won tlj11_ a -mdmark. lie did not know, hU pedt- ,,,r.,. from Wlillnn, Alder, a nulli ;ree urn! ask-d m- to find it for. aim fronl ^,M_ s_ CtlhMin ahtl ;l mjmn,,r activities the l.idien al-o rais.nl through two dancs oufflelent fundu t" send a Chri�ttttus parcel to each soldier front this 'Hutrlet overseas The following -.-.ero elected officer* hu a,'lio11 a war measure, will, li ii can be mailt! effective, be made permanent. Therefore, be it resolved tlinl C.lad-stone Uwul I'tiloii No. j-.ll. V.'M.W. of A., register their .solemn protest against such legislation. Further resolved, that a rommUtee of this local Interview Dr. Hotmell, the federal representative of this district, and urne upon him to Immediately wire Premier Hordon it strong objection to the order in-i-otiticll and that a copy be Imine diately .sent to the Trades and Labor Corner*** �f Canada togi.ther v.tth an expression of disapproval that that hotly has not tdtnwn i' e)f worthy of confidence by its pegleet to take ilrBS. tic action In face of such an autocratic order by the Cabinet of Canada. At tht� writing nothing cm be learn ed as in the uaiure of the telegram. If tiny has been sent by Dr. tlnnm-ll, and the miners are oNpectatttly awaiting for the ensuln? y.'�r: l'r. W. Ijirsen. Mrt. It. J. >fc.Vabb: secretary-treasurer. C II. I^-ttt; executive comtnltte*. ii-o. lUtey. R. I. Gold, T. Owllllani. Mr? T. (iwilliHtn. Mrs. J. II. Watson. \V S. McCrostle. O. W. Uirsen, and Mi> T. Hnowdon. The Palestine grand tint grand military. Never Under Roof ' ed from last ye.ir The work of tie Raid Ukranians l,�s* Saturday, in accordance witli general iinitriictious to the different police departments throughout the I�* minion. Chief W.-ltby. i.f th.- city police, raided n houso near the tire.'' Northern station, supposed to be the head'iuarters of the local t'liranian Social and Democratic Society^ Nick Trachlk. the lender of the society, and ladles of the sod- Yet the "old man" d chance 10 make a little money out Inexperienced candidates that the iof rental instead of having their �"i.'.'i, 1 "i 1 i1 ,�,.-.....l;s^--_".'sj-.-j=; 1 parks cIokciI nil season. Admission ! to the games will be charged and three others, were found in the house never �n�.. tww. . - _ - u\\ ",].,, ,ri.u,, it is and taken Into custudy. A nuantity I ^^niteV"^ ^\wedh"ud.rfn,r' � .*u give ^."u U ct!^^-ntly , "M.nlawful llteratujv was ta^n. a! ;,,g been 11der a roc.f. bm ived u m.. n , ,,,, ,Q M ,e for , with regalia and other parapjiernalla. v r em r-itim nlv you will I ��:"''' mention as the only difference ami the four .non are held pending a i-overnment ration nl>. >ou1 wt. 11 ^ ^ (ha( ^ , ftI((, nM proltmlnnry examIna ioti. Ilai! In tie fine ,,�, r o � fool- iu���>- ��'� l,om,Vt.nlnK ,irlo( �darf.Mei been epdeavorluK to secure the retjulr- were given by the chairman and llnv. .�'' amount. (ieo. II. Huneti. dealing with the Im-1 The city police have also rounded AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famoua Haywood System RE-TRfAOINO S. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Itcpairi. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. 6. Opp. Eliltcn Mill* ... .... , .,, .,  ""i Bi.l ' lotis work 1 1 aff-r expenses aro paid the remainder | { ,#,,,,'w j ihlnk, ;igree with in ! formance Is I isb people who bloodetl horse Is ot no use off the race \ course. j "During the campaign the cavalry ! was \called upon to do 11 lot of ser-irryltig heavy weights. made ti .slop-over in town last Sunday on bin way to Winnlfred. What should be tho initial step In arousing interest in the public, school here was staged on Tuesday afternoon at the dosing hour of school sc-idon. It was 11 debate between tho boys and glrl.i of grade eight: "Uesolved that coal, is more useful than wood." the boys laklng the affirmative. The boys hold persistently lu the bare use. (iie girls did also but made nn appeal to the beautiful. The boys of rottrse tried to make us believe that the girls used pjiinl. but we rouldti't believe' they have to do I that yet. Hev. Wlnfleld was judge; the honors were keenly contested but j tin- girls followed their natural bent ' and showed that they were real talker, so w�;ie declared the victors. Those taking part were Lester Heat-ty. I.ev.rn Scblmtner, (Irnco Millls , and Janet Dick. I Mi-s MaWlilnucy who lins hern vis-Hint; with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Millls imie time, returned to her home in Calgary on Wednesday The annual bannuet of the Oddfellows was held on Thursday evening. In 'he neighborhood of 1 ixty sat down to llli liy war menu, one which we think would hnve gladdened the heart of the Pood Controller. A very enjoy-able hour was spent ut the table when llro Westbrook who aclod as to.nt-master called for the toast to "Our King and Country" which was pro-posed very ably and forcefully by Uro. 11:01, and responded to by Hro. U'tnfii-ld. Tlie toast 'To Our Soldier lines wan proposed in splendid style l.v liro. II. itty and llro. Hulherford leplicil f"Y- ... , , 'vear in liis efforth as an emergency incidents turn appealed to him mosi Mii'ihir leagues, it Is said, will *�� (i�i�inti�u.ti. in the first IS game* U-h during liis re, em visit as a guest of inmird m the south aud east, if the ,0(l u hjm ,(/ wt for ., ln, ]\T\xMl \iitli.xry of Information [ill.. top*of the list, for the Canadian | days on the \\; o,tern Kroiil," in which Vulcanizing! Hare your tires and tuhes repaired nt the Central whero you net dollar for dollar's wortit o? service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowout*, nimcut*. Spots and Kettle lie. treading % specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station R�ir of Dallas 2370 MATHEWSON IS ACROSS __ilehverert a sacrifice fly on another trip, leaving l^im H times at bat. In those II times he made sevun bJts, .-- _ an average of ..".110. Ills most proton- ' New York.-Christopher Mathew-'l,nus ��ort �as on July _, when ho j ion, manager of the Cincinnati nods, j tripled off Itogers of St. Louis, dri-iwho recently entered the chemical vinB ln the tying and winning runs, j war service, is already "over there." H** sacrifice 1 ly was made off Clcotto according to ward received in this a"d drove in the winning run on tho I city by friends of Matty, 1 afternoon of Memorial day, A few j The former Giant will doubtless !,lav* later be made a pinch single off spend a few weeks iu a French !Joe ,,lls1' drove in the tying run, training camp before he starts out 1 Cleveland eventually winning lu ox-1 to "gas" the kaiser. 1 lra innings. The next day he drew a ^_ pans from Molynoux of the Red Sox a"*"^"""^"a"^",T"=�"""""�'' j that forced a run across tho plate. USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" the added horror ot the barbarities committed by thu Cerinuns which he experience after actually seeing the devastated wastes they had left .and the spirit of tlie lads fighting, who although war weary were determined to see the task tlmy had undertaken through to a finish. Lot ns show the same spirit and support every activity that will help them with their task, such as the Ued Cross society and tho Victory Loan. FOREMOST I.O.O.F. HELD A BANQUET (From Our Own roriesponil'-ni) Foremost. Oct. V.\ -The weather man favored us with two or three good showers during the night thi.-. week. II is neeillosK to say tliev weic much appreciated. Dr. Campbell idetilisti has closed many pounds of potatoes as they do flour, if it should he necessary for them io purchase the quantity of substitute iei]iijred Pi the food regulations wliea purchasing their (lour, us 'hey aif allowed to use potatoes as a substitute if purchur'od along with their flour. Thanking you in anticipation of ;t reply, I am. itespccifullv Yours, J. it. AOAK. (u nisvv.-r to Ihe above the. Herald Iko> learned that on October Dlth, tho Dominion food controller issued a new order respecting substitutes. AfttfY that date potatoes wero no longer considered a substitute in llio purchase of flour, mid all other substitutes were eliminated with tlm exception of rye. ilour? oat flour, barley flour and com j flour or corn meal. These four substitutes only can now be purchased i^.i, '.when buying flour, and inUHt bo pur- l*Ul- _____I ... ..... nM their Two girls at Stony Deach. Saskal-; At Kaston. Pa.-Crslnus o. Ufay-' "-hewn have contributed their bit to-, d k , , h Ictte :ST. | wards winning the war. by working! 8on M|. Nf.h. ,.,,,,,' | At Hanover, N H. - Dartmouth io.jin the harvest.fields this fall The; Mr; s.* A. 'lilack, superintendent of ! Norwich i). i g!:i� are Miss Kiorence Ooan and Miss ' (lie Munjt.ipai Hospital received At Cle�Jand-Cleveland^ naval re-! Oerthd Wallace._ They spent four days j wor(i 0JJ Tu(.,ill&v that 'her motht-r ~~ ' ' wa, seriously ill. Mrs. Mack left im- his office here and moved to U-.h- j , , 0, , 0, brlilRu where he intends to open an , >Mll)HlUm, for tollr ,101lnd8 of ,lour. \.'' % ., >i . , I In Medicine Hut on Saturday tho sub- .Mrs. A. u Medliui st spent lasi , , ,, , , and ooplo week in Uibbridge visiting friends. . w , until u supply of Mr. and Mm. Herb.son of ( algary , u > ,V0(( returned home mi Weilnosday after; ' ' spending tlie weekend with Mr. and e; - .__,v___: 1 -________ Mrs. .1. M. Hlllis. I ^MMMHSHaMMaMsaa^aaMBM Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Sr.. arrived \ { from Manitohu last Sunday and in . ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear DalUi Hotel (Upalalra) mum SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Make* of Batterlet Charted and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone serve JO. Western reserve 6. ion the farms of John Doan and J. A | A: Philadelphia --University of � Wallace in raking wheat stubble, and i Pennsylvania Batileslilp Minue-i threshiug the takings. When threshing j sou (i. j was progressing .Miss Wallace was At Washington- Waihlngton and'taken ill and was unable to leave the j Jefferson fcS, Camp Sherman u. house, but Mus Doan saw rhe job -----------......... j through and the grain delivered at FAMOUS BREEDER SUCCUMBS the elevator. The wheat graded Xo. -- J - northern and Betted the ladtes the Lexington. Ky.-Ames Turney, ~>- sura of ?215, as a result ot the efforts. j years old, of Turney Brothers. Paris.' -.....-----... .,.,- ; Ky.. famed as a racer all over the Cni HARVARD STAR IN NAVY i itcd Slates and Canada, was found' ---. i dead in a field near his homo afteri Casey, former Harvard backfieid ! having been missing all night last i star, has it unuunt�*iuu in' the navy. I week. Houjl trouble was tlm cause, A few days ajo he lined up against i of death. . itb* niariubs in a practise �v{teuu�% mediately for Iowa to be with her  mother. 1 Miss . Bessie Hlllis returned home ( on Monday after spending a tew days ; visiting Jisr brotlior Frank, at Wiiini-: fred. j Mrs. X. McPhee was a visitor to . Leihbridge during the week renewing acquaintances. Remember the Jflth. of October to-keep It open. In it thou -Omit not do anything %ut see what the Hod Cross has to s-�ll; thou, thy wife, tfcV sou, thy daughtur, thy man soi mat, and Oky maid servant. 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 One Ford Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One McLaughlin Touring One Dodge Touring AU in good shape. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROSS SOX ;