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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' WtGESIX THE LE'S^tBRIDGB WAILT HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus DOH'T V^VNT ^TOO ^T^LV: TO A**'^ . WA>TCH WHEN WE CAT- oh: i know Hlh^ M.L ^tAve don't SPORT BlfilENMEI BE REAL BATTLE Maroons were beaten bv the Ensign school collection of veteran collegians by ouly one touchdown. And StRgg had to work tmdor the chaotic conditions following the taking over of the university by the sovemmeut as a student army train-iuET camp. For several days Stagg i !.ad a handful of men who could 'iraotice only for a limited time. ( In the face of these handicnps the ;� .showing of tht> Midwaymou against j their older and heavier foemen was I liighly creditable and it augurs well 1 for Maroon hopes in future gaiues, ----- I when more practice will develop MiddU^western Football WUl Be;, a Test of Coaches This j The lowa Hawkeyes practically Season. duplicated Chicago's showing a week _ ! ago by limiting the Great Lakes all- : war aggregation to a 10-0 score, and BLOODED HORSE IE Nag, Wounded Three Times in Battle, Races to Victory in Egypt Events. The London Sportsman of September 11 prints an interesting tale of the thoroughbred's endurance and courage. It has to do with a heroic horse among war's horrors, torpedoing at sea. and racing in Egypt and Mesopotamia under short feed and Chicago. \}ct. S-.-College foot- i Saturday the lUini bettered this per-1 ^ ^ - , ^ ^�ball this season will he a test of' formance by holding the I.�tke Bluff i ^,f^%?en woundji^ and^^campaig^^^^ I coaches, not of teams, which f.ict was i bluejackets even after the veteran *'"""' " - " demonstrated again last Saturday in seamen had shoved over a touch-the few contests that escaped the down early in 'he first quarter, double handicap of influenza and war j The moral of tlie early conference department regulations. Footbslt fans ; games is this: Fans hunting for real ought to begin right now and (iiiit footbali thrills must wait until the camouflaging about .Maroon and i Big Ten schools begin their annHal Gophers and Illinois and \yolverines, clashes, or until one service team and come right out with 'the real \ hooks up with another. syaonyms-Stagg and Williams and '--- Zuppke and Yost. The latest offerings on the conference gridiron schedule conclusively proved that this year the coach is the thing. Could Rely oii Material Before the kaiser started somethiug he couldn't finish, a school could rely Tvitli sotoe certainty on ,a fair quantity of material, and a tutor who _ didn't hare any particular skill at. drilling football into men could drill: Xwo Gttmes a Week in Large l-PRO LEAGUE N leie IS PLAN GRASSY LAKE RED TS (From Our Own Correspondent) Grassy I^ke, Oct. 10.-The follow-' ing is the report of the Grassy Lake Rod Cross Society annual meeting held on the IBth inat., which we would ask you to publish. The annual meeting of the Grassy Lake branch of the Red Cross society wa.s held on the 16th of October Su the Perry hall. Grassy Lake, with J. tlie field. It was contributed by Cap- . , , tain R. F. K. Gooch of the English j McLsUan, Esq., in the chair, (reeve Vemounf^service, a branch which has ' of the Municipality of Eureka No. done duty on all the fronts of the . 65). There were about SO present. great war. Captain Gooch writes: "Dear Sir: I have been reading a A synopsis of Qie ivo.-k during the past six months (the society was or- paragraph concerning the recent � ganized in March) was given " and shipment of thoroughbreds to Egypt. (made a very creditable siiowing. Dur-Haviag quite recently returned from ' ing the period ?74S.53 was raised, the Egypt, where I dirt a bit of racing main sources iieing dances which net-during the intervals of campaigning, ted 1200.70 and- tag days ?102.6a, of EWE MINERS PROTEST ORDER Wire Hot Protest to Borden Against Recent Anti-Strike Order. I am writing you a line on the subject. Golden Grass Good Horse. "I saw Golden Grass run his first race out' there, which he won like a ood Korse, and Bellhouse, who rode this amount $516.31 was spent for ma terial for sewing,,the branch having made five shiptuects containing 1557 articles. 'V, The membershipjjJivas one life member, ninety activejiniembers and two (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Oct. 21.-Au echo of the or-der-ln-councll, declaring it illegal ,to strike, during the war. and the arrest of the five men at Calgary, following the walk-out of the railway men there, was experienced heTO last night, when Gladstone local, in mass meeting took the matter, up and passed the following preamble and resolution: Whereas, the order-in-council taking away from the workers of Canada, the right to strike, although Introduced as a war measnre, will, if it can be made effective, be made pennauent. Therefore, be it resolved that Gladstone Local Union No. 2314, W.M.W. of A., register their solemn protest against such legislation. Further resolved, that a committee of this local made a stop-over in town last Sunday on his way to ^A^nnlfred. "What should he tho initial step in arousing interest in the public school here was Btaged on Tuesday afternoon at the closing hour of school session. It was ft debate between the boys and girls of grade eight: "Resolved tliat coal, is ihoro useful than wood," the hoys taking the affirmative. T^ie boys held persistently to tlie bare use, JUe girls did also but made, an appeal to the henutlful. The 'boys of course tried to ihake us believe that the giris used pnint, hut we couldn't believe" they have to do that yet. _ Rev. Winfield was judge; the honors were keehly contested but the girls followed their natural bent and show'ed that they were real talkers so were declared the victors. Those takmg part were Lester Beat-ty, Levern Schimmer, Grace Hillia and Janet Dick. Miss MaWhlnuey who has been-visiting with .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hillis for some time, returned to her home in Calgary on \A'ednesday. The annual banquet of the Oddfellows was held on Thur.sday evening. In the neighborhood of sixty sat down to a strictly war menu, one which we think would have gladdened the heart of the Food Controller. A very enjoyable hour was .spent ,at the table whenjj Bro. Westiirook who acted as toast-master called for the toast to "Our j him, told me that he had a Ixigh opln-: associate membel^.' around the prep schools and pick,up! cnfficient talent to insure a fine! showing anrway. j This season all the material is in ^ the army or navy, and in the'ma-1 jorlty of instances the success of a i school will depend wholly Cities Next Season-^Money to Army Fund. Cleveland. Ohio, Oct. 19.- Jfom-on the : bers. of the national baseball federa-ability of its particular coach to fake j tion, at a recent meeting here, con-a small number of untrained men; sidered means whereby some substi-and Instill into them some of the ' tute for organized baseball next year ion of him, A friend of mine out there had a horse sent out named I>andraark. He did not know his pedigree and asked me to find it toj^him. He is probably, from his name and shape, by Land League. "It may interest you to know, as a lover of the thoroughbred, that 1 took in the spring of 1915 a horse by f-Santol-Queenly Wise, by Wisdom, out to Egypt with my regiment. We were torpedoed going out, hut the rudiments of the game. Staga Doing Famously Coach Alonzo Stagg of the Maropn.s seems to be getting along famously at this .task, and so do Bob J?uppke of the lUinl and Howard, Jones of Iowa. A football fan wh!p sees, the timber the "old man" of the midway has at his disposal this fall, in comparison Tvitli ante-bellum days._ and compares It witti the wealth of talent in the average camp or cantonment would not give the Maroons a look-in against a service toani. Yet the "old man" developed such fl^t and teamw^ork iato his. whojiy Inexperienced cmididates that the Several donations, were received including a horse from James Nell, a horse from Wllliani Alder, a quilt from.31 rs. G. S. Gibson and a number of smaller gifts. In addition to recognized Bed Cross activities the ladies also raised through two dances sufficient funds to send a Christmas parcel to each soldier from this district ove^peas. The following were elected officers AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Hay^rood System RE-TREAOiNQ & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment tor Rim Cut Repain. R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th St, S. Opp. Ellison Milli Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tuhea repaired at tho Central where you get dollar for dollar's wortii o' service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, Rlmcuts, Spots and Kettle Re. treading a apecialbir. Central Vulauiizuig and Tire Service Station Bear of Dallas 227-0 and until the war is done might be 1 offered. Plans outlined and now made publitS state that the national federation will organize an eight-club, semi-pro league, including Chicago. Detroit, Cleveland. Pittsburg, -Akron and Cincinnati as members, and leaving two towns to be selected from a choice of Indianapolis, Louisville, Dayton, Canton and Johnstown, Pa. It is proposed tt> play two games weekly in the league in each town, on Saturday and Sunday, and it is, expected that the regular league parks will be rented from the own-er. Lcember. 1917. He had been wound , Uve committee Geo Ra^eyR I. Gow: ed three times, and won the only three steeplechases X rode him in- viz.: The Sims grand national, the Palestine grand national and Palestine grand military. Never Under Roof W. Larsen, Mrs. R.-J. JicNabb; secre-" tary-treasurer, C. S. B. Lait; execu: interview Dr. Bonnell, the federal rep , , , , . ,,, ^ resentative of this district, and urge � ^'n^, '^'^f' Country" which was pro-upon him to immediately wire Premier fJ'^"^, ,Y,fF'^ "^'^ and /orcefu ly by Borden a strong objection to tlie order-, HT-..�.'l'>s jind responded to by Bro. in-council and that a copy be iuime dlately sent to- the Trades and Labor Winfield., The toast "To Our Soldier Boys was proposed in splendid style Congress of Canada together with an by Bro. Beatty and Bro. Rutherford expression of disapproval that'that >'RPl'�l feelingly, haying two boys at body has not shown itself worthy of. the front. Bro. Robertson proposed confidence by its neglect to take drastic action in face of such an autocra tic order by the Cabinet of Canatfa. At this writing nothing can be learn-' the toast to "The Ladies" and Bro. Madil made the reply. "The "Bald heads and those ripe wtih experience' however did ample justice to" the lad- ed as to the nature of the telegram, if �es. Bro. Hillis in choice and appropri- any has been sent 'by Dr. Bonnell, and '�^te words,gave a hearty welcome to Hie miners are expectantly awaiting o"r guests; while Bro Campbell,gave his action. Raid Ukranians Last Saturday, in accordance with general instructioos to the.different police departments throughout the Dominion, Chief Welsby. of tho city po-T. Gwilliam, Mrs. T. Gwilliam, Mrs. i'ice, raided a house near the Great J. H. Watson, W. S. McCrostle, 0. w. I Northern station, supposed to be the ThnrJE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Glancing over the pinch-hitters records, it is found thjit Jack Graney ,. of the Cleveland Indian.s is close to j chanan. Esq., M.P., entitled "Twelve the top of the list, for the Canadian | days on the Western Front," in which he gave a description of a number of incidents that appealed to him most during his recent visit as a guest of the British .Ministry of Information, laying special emphasis upoh those things which would give us a keener and deeper insight into conditions as they actually exist in the war zone and the lands nearer the scones of activity. The outstanding features were the added horror of the barbarities committed by the Germans which he experieibced after actually seeing tho devastated wastes they had left .and the spirit of the lads fighting, who although war weary were determined to see the task they had undertake!! through to a finish. , Let us show the same spirit and had wonderful luck during the past year in his efforts as an emergency batsman. In the first IS games Lee Fohl called upon him to bat for a teammate, he walked three times, and delivered a sacrifice fly on another trip, leaving l^m 14 times at hat. In 'those 14 times he made seven hits, an average of ..jOO. His most pretentious effort was on .luly 2, when he tripled off Rogers of St. Louis, driving in the tying and winning runs. His sacrifice fly was made off Cicotte and drove in the winning run on the afternoon ot Memorial day. A few days later he made a pinch single off Joe Bush and drove in the tying run, Cleveland eventually winning la extra innings. The next day he drew a pass from Molyneux of the Red SoxJ support every activity that will help that forced a run across the plate. EASTERN FOOTBALL RESULTS. s!sa At Baston, Pa.-L'rsinus 0, Lafay-i'ette 37. At Hanover, X. H.-Dartmouth 20, Norwich 0. At Cleveland-Cleveland naval reserve 20, Western reserve 6. At Philadelphia -University of Pennsylvania 27, Battleship Minnesota 0. At Washington-^Washington and Jefferson 68, Camp Sherman 0. FAMOUS BREEDER SUCCUMBS �-- j Lexington. Ky.-Ames Turtiey. 12 I years old, of Tuniey Brothers. Paris, i Ky., famed as a racgr all over the United States and Canada, was found dead in a field near his home after having ,beon , missing all night last week, of death. them with their task, such as the Red Cross .society and the Victory Loan. Two girls at Stony Beach, Saskatchewan have contributed their bit towards winning the war, by working in the harvest fields this fall. The girls Hre MioS Florence Doan and Miss Bertha Wallace. They spent four days on the farms of John Doan and J. A. Wallace in raking wheat stubble and threshing the raklngs. When threshing was progieasiiig Miss Wallace was taken ill and was unable to leave the house, but Miss Doan saw the job through and the grain delivej-ed at the elevator. The wheat graded No. a northern aid netted the ladies the sum of ?31o, as a result ot the efforts. are all charged with gambling. HARVARD STAR IN NAVY Casey, former flaiTard backfield . star, has a eowmigsfon, in' the navy. Heart trouble; was the cause A few days ago he lined up. against TI.O.O.F. HELD A BANOUET fFrom Our Own concsiinnclont) ForeraoBt, Oct. IS.-The weather man favored us with two or three good showers during the night this week. It is needless to say they were much appreciated. Dr. Campbell (dentist) has closed his office here and moved to Lethbrldge where be intends to open an office, Mrs. .\. D. .Medhurst spent last week in lyelhbridge visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. llerblson of Calgary returned home on Wednesday after .si^ending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. -M. Hillis, Jlr. and Mrs, Phillips, Sr., arrived from Manitoba last Sunday and intend to make their home with their son. Mr. .N'el.s Phillips. i\IrH. S. A. Black, superintendent of the Municipal Hospija), received word on Tuesday that her mother was seriously ill. Mrs, Black left immediately for Iowa to be witb her mother. Miss.Bessie Hillis retuVned home on Monday after spending a few days visiting Jier brother I'^ank, at Wlnni-fred. Mrs. N. .McPhee was a visitor to /.ethbridge during the week renewing acquaintances. Remember the 29th. of October to keep' it open. In It thoii .siialt 'not do anything %ui see what the Red Crbss has to s�ll; thou, thy wife, tkf son, Ihjr daughter, thy man serWi5ed along with their flour. Thanking you in anticipation of a reply, I am. Respectfully Yours, J. R. AGAR. In answer to the above the Herald has learned that on October 16th, tho Dominion food controller issued a new order respecting substitutes. Aft^r that date potatoes were no longer considered a substitute in the purchase of flour, and all other substitutes were eliminated with the exception ot rye flour? oat flour, barley flour and corn flour or corn meal. These four substitutes only can now be purchased when buying flour, and lAust he purchased at the rate of one pound o� iiubstitutc for foiir pounds of flour. In Medicine Hat on Saturday the substitute- supply ran out, and people could not buy flour until a supply o� substitutes arrived,'. . AN DY. THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIAT-OR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) j SERVICE STATION HENRY J.DENN Proprietor All Maket of Biatto'riea Charftd and Repalrad 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 If You are Considering the Purchase of a Used Car it will pay you to examine our stock. We have the followmg to choose from: One Ford Touring One McLaughlin Touring AU in good shape. 490 Chevrolet Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One Dodge Touring BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNjON BANK THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW'THEM IN OUR BED CROSS BOX 11503686 ;