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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page sre THE Lfi.TlinixlDGE dail* - U-l.It.- lf*-!ALD SATl'llDAY. OCTOBER 2(T. i�\ "BRINGING UP FATHER" 11* By G. McM anus SI. K1LDA SOLDIER FRENCH MAKE TY COBB SAYS HIS ARM ! IS GONE FOR SALUTING nr..I ky. FIGHTING IUSE ; I'oNTINl'r.t) FliOM '.''llclNT Paob) (Ilj- Robert \V- Maxwell'. I Capt. Tyrus Raymond Cobb, Vnite.1 ' State? army, leaned wearily against the fence In front of the White House in Washington. He.* pie ml on! in his new uniform, with his puttees ami shoulder bars plistenin.c .in the sun tight, he presented the appearance of a typical army officer who has :-eeti service and lots of it. His good right arm was working automatically when I first i-anie upon him. First he would touch the visor of hi* cap and then allow his arm to drop listlessly to hi? sMo This performance was repealed every few seconds, and the unaccustomed exercise ; had Cap'n Ty hanging on the fence j "This is the life." he said with apparent cheerfulness as he saluted a boy scout. "It'ii (treat stuff, but I'll never be able to play baseball again. andyTi THE radiator man WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIATOR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) c vm\m SERVICE STATION HAVE YOUR BATTERY EXAMINED and taken care of before the cold 'weather begins. 811 7th Street 8. Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Ay the Famous Haywood System Rt-TREADINQ A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 20e 13th 8L 8. Opp. Ellison Mills My arm is cone. Salutim- ey-rvbo.ly in the world requires a special co'f-e of training, and I haven't re u-h>'d tti.tt yet. For two days I have -ar.ue.l a million people, and stili they ooti'.e Hut I an; pnud to |v in the serve" and will do my utmost to make toad. I ant learning every day and will he ready for service in France In a very short time. "There is one thing 1 want to rcct." he resumed as he aulumute.v.'.'.y saluted a passing policeman and a couple of ice met-.. "That report al-m: my going to Camp Humphreys is all wrong. I'm no: going there because it would take months to finish the course. I object to that I joined the army to fight and do my hit. and the sooner 1 'set over then' the )>..!. I will feel. I am not trying to avoid military duty by taking tip some -eft snap. I am ready and anxious to .��-.. active service, and would rather resign than stay in this country while the fighting is going on. ""I expect to be in Fr.ir.ee wttnin three weeks or a month. 1 have !>:> ordered to go to New York tor further training and it will be only a time before l.sail 'I am In the field offensive : arid my work ha- to do \\ ;t!t : f.i. tica! apnlicatiun of gas on the .ny. We tirst study the lav of the land and tlien determine the nvhod of applying the gas to the enemy, it . very interesting work and I enjoy it The officers are kind ami eon .;i|*�rat�-and are taking special pains to teach me the work properly. "When I Joined a big league ball club In 1905 I surely was proud of my uniform the first time i wore it I believed it to be the most beautiful thing in the world and felt bigger than the president. Right now. however, I wouldn't change plane* with, any one. Nobody ever felt more pr >ud of a uniform than I do at the present moment, and, believe me. I will work harder than 1 ever did on the bail field." Cap'n Tyrus has not been �-a a t I'e ; . h.i-1 irk -t �>: the Se ii'.sk,rts of o.' German a maintained . r.. d the villnco of :i into their hands �\v ;:i which they itu Itid'ilg two of- i. hi'. e;e night was t. .i, ttnns on the i i:'.',i::fry. Rather i.te.l , -pet ially In i'-'t' I'.tuntont. In  e.t: 'i ;'-.itrai ks the ';.".:� positious east FOR ELECTION OF null The pros!-election of del I'.' i f tip u "G R EGG Ai NS IS TOO OLD'-' Y' it � o.t'.t !e cot !� du.V tietwi I'o.cen. T. resi.-tuiee :!- .or >ng iliiiy a Victory r. Washington. Oct. dent in his appeal for tin a Democratic congress said he would accept the country'.-; verdict without cavil, but that if it was adverse, the. power to administer the great trust asjiigned to him would be seriously impaired. Following is the ter.t ot President Wilton's appeal. "My fellow countrymen: The congressional elections are at baud. They occur In the most critical period our country has ever faced or Is likely to face in our time. If you have approv- al: Famous Old 3oxcr V o t Across ant: Pen To Do Hi: to iijfa'.n a p.. iti geii'.s i.� now and wliicii � 1 to reinfot -�ouvraace .. tit of seven �ml' of i:r l'.dnt�. T.-i 111.-!:- line ,: � puvram e : ::�� right, : liiTpy null . � ^stance l-'r m we.-n Ran-� I U-rpy mill �:re-. attain-iomotrcs at ticii pushed ir as the road onde-le-Herpy, ; French ciptur-i -eve.-al t'cn- took a num.-a considerable times, I would not t'eel at liberty to make such tin appeal to you In r dltiary times divided counsels run be endured without permanent hurt to the country. Rut the ct ho.vetl :tf-;, run::�'. it.te :h  itt -t n, tu !' botl-s v. a w.i: lot. pally j". a � r.cri t't-t �I I' .1 m l:uf- In l...:: ...illgi' � of the Belgium i let. .  ontinti' i.ng to , at the In the front." .mi- t I til" turn i:. .1 e.K the 1, d g!oW I oil! Ale � Tin-! ll-t 14. ls'c, teen round-l:.d ..:.;; It that he rettr in-- ::, r-'.'-\ I up in . ml. This . a il.Mtt, : o,luct;o: �.io OVERALLS? SHIRTS & GLOVES �.t ii.  ! 1... �I a ii .'. hich ii.t. ;;iti t.n-if s Abe At .i -!:;ngf..ii. � of act iv r nioii*!.-'. attrae'e ng miiit.ii led. IllllVi-v ;! repor' fr, � i rl:ii!:g tin �t that 11. :.: en ye.-ter.l lltl'e (,f (hr iontr wani in army, ciirpr.- Vte'.V lit :s under l! iti! the end e :ii)d ('hail, breaking iiiians. car-  organised td of my leadership and wish me to ,'rmans had continue to be yinir unembarrassed spokesman in affairs at home ami abroad, 1 earnestly beg that you will eipress yourselves unmistakably to that effect by returning a Democratic majority to both the senate and liouso of representatives. "I am your servant and will accept your judgment without cavil, but my power to administer the great trust assigned me by the constitution tjvould be seriously impaired .ihould your judgment be adverse and I must frank. ] ly tell you so because so muuy critical issues depend upon your verdict no scruple of taste mu-t be allowed to tiind in the way of speaking Hie plain truth. "I have no thought of .suggesting that any political party is paramount in matters of patriotism I feel too deeply the sacrifices which - havo been made in this war by all our citizens irrespective of parly uffiliii-lion, to harbor such an Idea 1 mean only that the difficulties of our pros-lent task are of the sort that makes it imperatively necessary that the nation should give its undivided support to the government under a unified leadership and that a Republican congress would overrule this unification. "The leaders of the minority In the present congress have unquestionably Home refrained from been pro-war. hut they have been ami-lion as a drive The administration. At almost every turn Hlnce we entered the war they have sought to take the choice of policy and the conduct of the war out of my hands and put It tinder the control of instrumentalities of their own choosing "This is no time, either for divided nnnnnnnnMHiiniii 1 ill 1 1 1 t" i" f | T iTi LI ,k "i" ' J-I-, r i i L f T _. - - . - I +-4-4 -.'� -Opera- to develop an official war office .iys ttie French have ti -pito of desperate re-t. �� lirilish have occu-: lugoyhelm an.I cap. and are advancing :o : It river. Italian Drive d.t. j'i,-The sudden !> on the Italian front ot almost complete ! uukk attention today , ..tflcers here. Ii was r. that the first offi- tlv ::. 11hr�ito.ie. who bag'jed fourteen v;:ld gei-ce. The scene cf execution was t'-t0?5, and the time lict V/edoes-day. Mr. Johnstone wai out w.tn his shot quo prov;hnt] round for somet!iing to overcome toe Can-nda Feed Ro.-.rd regulations, when he espied th.- nce;e. Creeping behind a conven eot straw stack be cot near to h o quarry and let fly. feichincj down fourteen with one shot. ' ir I'.r.tisii and American unit.-, to reach Hey ot the upper I'iave and k i!.e a hole Austrian position lower stretches of the river, on thu Monti- Grappa phi- � :-e;t French Advances tu; tr to ti; 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" PROMINENT CURLER DEAD liegimi Curii'e.; |r,-:t a gr.-tit devotee ami file- pmyer when l.eo Mc-Ijermott passed away in Winnipeg of pneumonia following Spanish infill-enza. The denifiK>trrl*nd Motor Can and Llsht CommtrAal Wagon*  -f"  T*|*H Haad Offiw and Worki, Waal Toronto, Ontario :�^44 iid ti 1 illi-ry. hi . an. extremely In-Hois Illdleu pu.-hing I.,11 i'tler three t!'e itubbcr the f0111 ill draw from i'..iiid. Ili.-i j to peiietl.il I if the Itoi after a s-throughom t!i "West of ij, advanced in reshsiauce on counsel or divided leadership. Unity of command is as necessary now In civil action as it is upon the field of battle. If the control of the house and the senate should be taken away from the party now In power, an opposition majority could assume control of legislation and oblige all action to be taken amidst contest and obstruction. "The return of a Republican majority to either house would, moreover, be interpreted on the other side of thh water as a repudiation of my leadership. Spokesmen of the Republican party are urging you to elect a Republican congress In order to back up and support the president but even if (cording to the offT-!,npy Hlinultl l"'s Impose upon some ued bv the war office 'l'llcluluilH voters on this side of tho water, they would impose no ono on the other side. "The peoples of the allied countries with whom we are associated against Germany' are quite familiar with the significance of elections. They would find It very difficult to believe that tho voters of the Fnlted Stales had chosen to support their president by returning to congress a majority controlled by those %vho are not in fuel in sympathy with, the attitude and action o l'the administration. "I need not tell you, my fellow countrymen, that I am asking your mipport not for my own sake or for the (take !=�� is were losses. Only In succeed in .slightly r line. At this point, alts had failed before istatice of our troops, el: forced us to with-eastern part of the .rces which attempted posltlon.-i northwest ieu were driven back �ri'. struggle lasting day. MeiiHo our troops havo ie face of determined he slopes northwest of Grande Pre ami have entered the southern porta.,1 ip the llois-tl'Rourgotio." repulsed with j of a political party, but for the sake of the nation Itself in order thsft Its inward unity of purpose may be tVt-dent to all the world. In ordinary � p. John ispie iTjusiircr ot s. postmaster anil town iaudwlch. Unt, is dead. Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIE8 PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 3., Lethbridge W. H. DOWLING W. 8. COOK Vulcanizing! We understand how to take  are of all kinds of tire i roubles.-Punctures. blowouts, worn treads, etc., repaired In first class shapo. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Statiol F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 306 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 495 "8ERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. ^aa� t -U:^-:-t� Store Your Car for the Winter We can store your car for $5.00 per month in the Woolen Mills. This is a practically fire proof building We have also made arrangements to take care of your storage battery for $1.00 per month. baalim motor Co. � BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TtREB A