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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1917 -Tim ummmiwE PAGE THMB 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus MOORE TOLD HE ONE OF CHIEF "TOO MR WIFE DlED-THfVr MUST HNVE LOVb TO It BE No Choice Between Anderson "iiid Betting ..But Fans Will See This Week-will witness the re- vival of wrestling In Lelhhrldge, and old mat fans art very eager lo the two contestants, Walter Anderson and Harry Hem In ac- tion. Indications are that a big 'crowd will an dsck for the fray. The local club is trying to line up tome wrestling preliminar- ies to the main event, and some exponents of the half-nelson and the, toe-hold may be given an .opportunity to display their wares. There Is absolute uncertainty i as to how Anderson and Hein will iViUck up against each other. All -anyone knows. they are >venly ma'tcKed-as' toi Weight, that the Saskatoon man is the younger and a comer and that Hein has 'met some pood ones In hfs day and will have the edge on exper- ience. Very little betting ,s being done, but Barons where Hein Is known, Is sending In a contlngsnt of fans who are satisfied their man will pin Anderson's should- en to the "mat. U. -S. FOOTBALL Tliero will be a meeting of (he Club tonight al 8 p.m. In (ho Y.M.C.A, Very [luporlanttuslness to transact. Kvcry member requested to lie present TWENTY YEARS AGO Ladles wore hustles. Operations. were Nobody had seen q. silo. Nobody' svvailed .the fly. N'oliodj- had aiJncDdlcllls. Nobody: sprayed orchards. Nobody wore wlitte shoes. Cream was n pint. i Cantaloupes Jlllk sliaKc was a favorite drink- Advertisers dlil not tell the truth. Yon never licard of a "tin Lizzie." Doctors wanted Lo'sco your tongue. The lilretl girl drew onc-fllty a week. Fanners came to town for their Nobody -listened in" on the tele plionc. PLMSFtOIO Analysis of (he Collins' Play in Last Game-Shows Other Culprits lo iho sack, and Lclvvccn Ihc pitcher's boi and third Blood lluae llcnlon, watching tho anllcs of Colons as he wag evading (he Mighty Tliun at home plale with no one there lo guard It- Once Collins ducked around tl arid en his path was unob- structed antl It was Just a (.uesllou of whether he or Zimmerman possessed the greater amount of speed in reach- ing the rubber. What If Had Backed Up Rarlden? IVhat il IJolfcG had backed up Ilari- dcii If Jin rid cu bad stood fur- llier hack toward home instead ol running closo lo Collins? What, if Beuton had raced for homo ,tu Unck up (ho play? What if any or Iliese tilings had occurred? Well, today the country would not bo referring lo the "boner" vi-titch. lost, or apparently lost, or, in Iho minds ol New Yorkers, lost the world's series tillc for the Girmls, What a splendid Illustration If all (By Otto And Eiirh Is fame.. Since April -last, columns and col- umns liavo been writteti conce'ruiiif; tho prowess and wonderful slaving! Is of how ready the world Is with its ability of Heinle Zimmerman. The condemnation, and. how slow with its scribes who trekked In (lie wako of. praise! All .the splendid achievements Iho Giants as they wandered around in the Giants' behalf which were rtc- Uie National league loop on their scv-. live-red during (llie scasoa by this cral pilErimngra as per arrangement same Ximmcrman irere forgotten, and according to schedule novcr recorded flic fans have a picture in (heir iDlnds a. victory of llio McCiraw clan without only of that plaV which occur- in out Hclnlo Him and some ol red In New York last Monday after- hls. deeds. All season lonE IIP. noon.' 1 low. soon, the best of what we straightened out.Ihc deceptive, offer- arc and do Is forgotten by tltoae from ings of the Jc.iguo pitchers.; whom we have a right to expect for- Gradually, as the season craned, he hearancfi and forgiveness! climbed into the coveted class of .300. jSox Do Nol Blam: Heinle for Banner The-opponents of the an entirely different ovv famous ii.ay and blame of the failure on Collins on the the Old Boy Says: "The cigar which was admittedly good enough when I made my debut as a smoker falls lament- ably short of a Promoter Blunt today. The art of blending leaf has made strides." (The 3-for-a-quarter cigar) S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED MONTREAL. and his teammate, Benny! KaulT. AVlicn the world's series games were1 the on the thrcsliold of being ulaycd, the Place'the who] New York papers, in comparing n players or the GlauLs and Whilo Sox, shoulders of llarldea. :Kld. Glcnson Xouody cared for the price of allotted the honors of tlic third 3ta- fisurcd it out (a ihe. writer and con- (ion to the Great Zlra. ]lc was herald- clustvoly proved'to ountalDd that even Folks tires- were a cd as "thc-grcatcst Ihird baseman In 'hQtl lte', gamei" uc entered the classic nartden tllc throw have Tho butcher "threw In" a cnunk touted (o the skies with liead erect, cauSht tho elusive CplMna. The Sox liver. but unfortunately lie left U wllh loir--arc wondering at the injustice of it all Strawstacfca were burned Instead of creel lon-ru'eco and irltb a sickening !antl arc astounded no New York Tabcr Man on Serious Charge Gels Six Months- Other Cases baled. People thought English ihutL sparrows Hjg T'csulls wUll tno wcn; writer placed thc-hharne aL its source, but ehiflci] H to Hie credit of So far j as the mand in which Benny Kauff' found EXTENO CURRENCY.AGREE. WENT. Obcrlin-13, Casq'O. Oo'nicll ZD; Huck'noll 0. '.Weal Virginia 60, OctlysburE 0. 'Darlmoulh New ifampshire fi. Syracuse 0. .Williams G. Hnrrard rrcshmen 53, Worcester 7. -wesi Virginia Wosleyao 7, Tcnmyl- Vsnln Stale S. Purdue 0. '13, Nortn Dakolj'unlvcrslly 6: Epo'arNsh no'r'iiial (i Marqucllo unlverstly 23, Haskell currency relorin In, Cfclna hayc cans-, ly a3 c.d Chai-Choo, Iho mlnlstfr ol laverogo ball players. They learn Ihe GrlnelMS, Coo 0. (o-exlpnlllie currcncr agree- Barao ln inndianlral manner and Soulh DaX-ola-Wesloynn 0, of unl11 ever after aillierc lo Ilielr elementary llle33.. Taco of nil [uturo cris- Drllnlri. f ranee nnrt tte Unlled Stale, ca. No matter what llio emerecncy the original uartlej to the agreement wtllch prc5cnis tnoy absolutely Ihc rlghl_to ncgotlalta currency loan reru30 lo niler ihclr melhoil of play t during Iho ncU all months nnil to ail- mil RiiBtlg nnd Japan U Ihoy so dc- Fekln. Oct. Iho Brillsli, French' and 'smeared. Wo'H grant this to bo so 10 and even go further hy saying >n no Mncrlcan ]iroresslon where quick thinking rolnlaicrs liero lhal Iliair .counirlcs nlll! ociio.! are required to are there so many cmp-' 33.. JMacAlesfcT, 21, Adolphus D "Dcpauw 14, Si, Louis 0. of Detroit H, Princeton freshman 12, Kxcicr 0. Hales 0, (.vAmhorsl 14, Wca.eyan 9, Croas 13, Rhode Island Stalo 0.- j3Ve.it 0. '.Carnelglo Technical 0, 0.' f. Rutgers 23, Fordhom 0, York university 0, Union 0, Xuslln T'cxas-nice 13, Texas U, 'Hillings 0, Fnlla 0. 6., nnco inlnlalor has been greeted with cnthUBlasm by the' Chinese press. DroTpn (jolsate 0. Annapolis SO, Itdrcrford fy Ohio Stale 67, Denlsb'ri 0. Michigan !0, NcbrasVs 0. West Polnl 21, Villa Nora 1. Northwestern '0. Wisconsin 20, [owa 0. Clllfo.rala 14, .O.A.C. 3. 'CUT THIS OUT-ANO KEEP FOR REFERENCE Service Price List BittcHei Charge lltUrftl Filled with Water..............................He, Chirge cturBe Chalnt Put On...............................'...........No Charge Rtfnovcd No Charge Top ftilted ,.............................................No Charge Top Lowerti........................................ ..-.Na dhargg Carburetor Adjutted when adjuitment only required ......No Charge IMPORTANT: Thew trt our regvlar fixed charges for Ihli service. Mechanical frdiiblcs looked after promptly and at >u Motor Parlors Bijoi FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE HOUSE OF SERVICE LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. xrxrxxx-T-r Ictl meet Ihc contingency and that's why so few players stand out na alara. It Is also a noteworthy fact (hat all our stara aro players mentally ivcll pro- vldert anrt balanced. The Conba, Coi- ling, Sneakers, Hoopers, Uarrya, Sclialka and that class or player tnlnk fast and ndapl their siylo of play both offensively as well ns defensively ns n sudden find turn in events may require. for Nevr Is noi numbered among (he last- named class. Of Coure Zlm Failtd to Mutch Collins' The now much dlscuasod play was a momentous period In the young UIo ,'of tho Bronx youth. There he stood, matching wits wtlh ono ot the i hnoTvlDtlgod IcaHcrs ol the gnme, Zim (was trying to run down Eddlo Collins .and Kddto Collins was Ihlnklng'fasl fund hard lo prevent such a calas- lust .at that stago of the test, ft was an mutch (U hcst. r-Tati'.rfllly, Ximmorman, wllh- ,ouL from his icam-matca, 'failed In the effort, Dut now, In' of rc- flection, lel'a dnalyzo the play, and af- itcr wo.havo gazed upon Iho ptcluro '.will wo ho so: ready with' condemna- lion for Iho Ihlnl baseman, at tho llmo lof tho play's Pleturo for yourselr Zimmerman wllh Iho ball Jn I hand and Collins running back and i forth hclwcon Kim and Harlden. Surf. I denly Collins breaks (or the plale. lie BO cioso (o Jtarlden nt. tills time j Klmraerrnnn could not- hare got the Juall relayed (o the cafcher If ho want- se stood Holko, glued Percy Clayton, one of the first Leth- bridge Bnltery boys lo go to Iho front writes to friends at Grassy Lake as follows: "Yours of Iho 21th ot August lo hand. Was very glad to hear from you. No doubt you will hare heard about my being In. hospital (n Eng- land: Your letter was sent on to mo from the Uatlcry and eventually found me nl Kpsom. 1'lett the bat- tery on August 18, Buffering from gas poisoning and ortcr one ivcck In hospital >TSS shipped over to "mighty" on Augiist 25th, whero I was nctmlUotl lo Essex Hos- pital, Colchciter. f was Ihcro one month and was then sent hero to tho Convalescent Csmp al Epsom and have been hero nearly iwo weeks. Am glad to say I xrn'dolrjg fine and expect-lo gel furlough very'Boon, then shall rejiorl lo' the depot lor tur- llicr orders. My last few weeks in iroro Tory exciting and altogether were as lively a lime us 1're had. The vondcr Is thai I'm here to tell '1he lain. On Iho night of August 17lh and ISlli, fritz counter-attacked and put up quite scrap. As y.ou lin'ow tlio arllllory as a rulo are -bo-' hind Iho lines n ways, bit on Ihls occasion we were only 1200 yards from Iho German'front line and ho sure did maka It warm for us whllo U listed. .Tho fun started about J p. m. and finished (bowl 4 a.m. aoit llaclcod, Oel. wcro SCT- eral Interesting "cases at tho sittings ot the Supremo Court held In Mac- lean" last U'ecJc before Mr. Justice Kes. Joseph Hodge, of Jfacleod, chargctt m.lllciouslr a bull belonging to Jlrs. Wright, also of Macleod. After hearing the argu- ments on both sides His Lordship bound the defendant over to keep (lie neace lor 12 months on a surely of 5250. J. Sodorgreen was charged wllh day. We had to wear pas masks all Ihe lime, at least ive tried to, but as we could not see very ivoll il was necessary lo remove them so we could [iro Ihc Buns. Well we did BO with Iho result Uiat'we got ralher more gas than was good for us. The name ire give Die gas Is "Mustard Gas" and It does cot take effect .until a fen- Irours nfler. Wo iverc nil affect- ecl'lne same sick and eyes smarting. After a llmo our eyca ue- camo so bad we couM not open them so of course had lo go to llle dressing station vvliich in my case proved the flrEl stage to hllghly. I -was practic- ally blind lor lour days and I thought my alghl was gone for good. How- over, J'ro glad 10 say I can sco nearly "as 33 ever I could and hopo lo bo O. K. :egain shortly. II Is Impossible for me to try to explain1 what it iv.is llk'o that night, though I often wonder how we came oul of il. ndlove me old Frltzy la getting It very hot these, days. How mucli longer It will last is hard (o say. lly opinion Is that lie Is sim- ply holding out for Ifmis'bul will Lo disappointed for Frltzy Is In for rt Jolly good drubbing though no doubt il will lako sonic time yet. Anyway It's .coming lo him rind he will sure gel It. The Huns are losing ground here and tliero every flay and tho day Is nol far distant when he vrll) havo (o retire In earnest. Joel's hopo It will-bo soon. assnuiUog Mr. J. .Strulhers, of Mac- sod. His Lordship informed the man that assaulting ,ti man uot ho way to collect money Jn this Country, but taking Into consMcra- Lfon tho treatment lie had received at Hie hands or the miKiatratc presiding at the preliminary trial, and the -imc ho had been in gaol, ho would JD sentenced lo thirty days Imprison- ment in Lotbbridse Gaol, dating from September 17lh. W. Tl_ Reeve, of Talier was cliarg-. ed with attemplins.to rape Mrs. L. E. Broots at Crow's Nest on July JSIh last This was n jury case, and'Iho jury comprised Messrs. E. Mau'nEclI, C, Rhodes, J. B.. Sutherland, H. Cun- ningham, fl. H. HuLchlna and J. fi. Rogers. This assault >vas committed at CroVs N'esl a fc-iv rods behind the Summit Hotel, on July isih. A large Methodist picnic was hold on lhat day from Taber, Lcllibridee, Macleod and oilier poluls to Cron-'a Xcsl, aiid CIic assault was attcmoted hy Iho ac- cused about an hour after the train had arrived-at Crow's Nest. Prisoner claimed lhat 'when he arrived at Crow's Nest tic had had several irinks, and not being a drinking man ho lost his memory entirely, until Ihc nest day. Ha'could not remember anything lhat what he did or where ho nrng, Tho case prov- ed to bo a Jong one, lasllng'from 10 a.nfT to JO In tho evening. Mr. C. P P. Harris, defendant's lawyer, raailc an eloquent nripcal on behalf of his client, asking the jury to use all the mercy they could, as Jila client was 5j years of age, and a married man five cnlldrcn. After had only been out about five minutes they returned and save an unani- mous verdict that Iho prisoner wns guilty of attempted rape. Hta .Lord- ship informed HID Jury that lie agreed wllh them In their verdict, and sen- tenced Reeros lo als months Imprls- Prurient In the LslhbrlJge gaol. Charles 'Matthews, of Cowlcy, charged with stealing one ercy horse Ihe properly of Mr. Cow- Jpy. Defendant "plcadeil not guilty, but after hearing" the case Ills Lord- ship found prisoner and sen- tenced blm lo 12 monUis incnt. If Stately Dignity Is your choice for a monument vte. are ready lo submit a. variety, of designs which are sure to meet your approbation. We are' equally prepared to supply it simple headstone and those know us Will testify as to the' pains we lake to ma'te every .monument we turn out here .the best In its cUts. Lethbridge and Cut Stone R, Needs Prop. 8th Street S. GOOD SCHOOL LAND SALE IN SASKATCHEWAN Xokomls, Oct. an. auction sale ot school lands hcM hero yesterday 331 parcels were solil, fipredd over 4ft lownshlps north antl south from lo La nig an, nntl cast flndNweal from Qulnlon to Im- perlal. Tho prices realized rangert from to pcf aero, the laUcr price bolng paid for a quarter sCcllon two miles ot Nokomls, J-15, J50, ami wero paid for parcels -o( land further otil, Around Your Gar there is nothing more im- portant than the Tires BREAT RECEPTION FOR MAJOR BISHOP lor.fon, Ont, Oct. gave R great rtcepllon today lo Major A. Bfshop, V.O., D.S.O., upon his .f'rom Owen Sound. Jlo was; by representatives .of tho cltr council, Canadian Club, hoard of and other public bodies. A mounted escort from Iho 63rd batiarr led a parade tjirougn Iho strccls. Al noon .Major Bishop ad- dressed the Canadian Club oml this afternoon will speak to the Wamea'l Canadian Club. K your ear Is shod with .Infer-, for "shoes" then 'tha "Joy of motoring" Is killed becauae Ing cpolls the pleasure Ing so much conrtanl (Ire Ireuble. We carry 6nly siandard maVes of tires and of which have been proved good by the time ,an'd mylee. Come In and have t.Ulk wllh about tires, BAALIM MOTOR 0. HOME OF THE ACK OF UNfOrt-IANK HARHV HOLMAN, ;