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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETI-IBRIDGE. DAILT HERALD TIKSDAY, OCTOHKH :>fl, 191! "BRINGING UP FATHER" : THE FIRST AIR RAID : By Llout. A. A. Milne > * > : > ? > : : ? : : * > The Sport FERWE SUFFERS FROM INFLUENZA F Famous Umpire Helps I'ncle Sam to Round l*p The Spies Chicago. Or! -The American , tion works ar..l �h;;>!ni:!i,:-..:� :n | I th" Hub and Its env-.ron-" fr r:-> ' ' i ' lt-'k the Kaiser Th,- pr"'ie�� of re!;� v-: i;\K the t'nltod Stat'-.-- ->:-!:T: ;;! I , ; municipal 4'0ticr from fh!� �.i���] I turning i: over to an organized force ' of volunteer civilian."! ha-" b.*-:i ;n.:;,; i ort for �omo time. | All in Esasntial Jobs j Although all memb�rs of th"- Am J rrloan Leagu* umpire staff are beyond 1 the age ot Immediate r.*ciH r.f ;v j draft and all have famllic. grading up ! to L>an Tom Connolly with a wif-' and sovrn children, they ar� now lann or i par cent, essentia! by the receipt at Pr*�!dont Johr.jon'a office ye*tfrday ot a letter from Silk O'LoushHn announcing that ho had been accepted for service In the P!a* Protective Military Intelligence servic ar.d as- j lfrn�'d to the I!o.�ton district J Getting down to bra** tack.�. O'-j tioughlln has engaged in th- highly *s�ential and somewhat hazardous oc Pupation of helping to protect muni- . ANDY .1 THE RADIATOR �MAN WILL. REPAIR YOUR RAOIAT. OR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) In protecting them i An exception I* Cmpire Htldebrand.' who own* an extensive firm in i , ifornla. He wrote Preslder.'. John-oti recentlv asking adr.'.e in th- !!:,'..':�: of obtaining a "war Job." and w.u :..U to fl'.rk to the farm nni ril�e all food he could for the duration of th.-�.ir. Jim Vaughn a Business Man Vaughn of the champion >'.:'.�> .- it t I cirticiiarly intere.Mte.l ,n  \.-.: of profe��!oual tan-bail At �! �  ; of the World a:, \ a residence in Keno.ha with a jr..:.' porch for "the mt��u�" to ktv.t or. ^r. ': a back yard for !.':.')r.-^.r dr�'l.iro� t.';.' uar hi work It. l.a-und�rt4ken. Pitchinc u same a we^V for t'r !nry'� ba-eba!l team !> th-- -nfte-of thi- Jc,b and the j .r. >l. ^ than two iJ'i's, and tti �� li. pri->^ � -e -.naiiv ;e of it and �n l>y Nir plifire �;i,i �ariv morni-lock at w.k. .' :-.v,i fatali- il Of tl-..-!!l A ' � et| VI , a-!.b'irn. i'f ".. i-iior, - ( >le .or. r-s i p. -.-;-...rii .1 in Ihe II: . . niovod are now In the yes-- there � >r.e In-ittntate* north end , ;,m aide lo a-. h.ii a , 1-ejni? ilriv-''lin'on. of in a car. it to a* late fac I bat Wili STORACC CATTl*V SEND SCOUTS TO FRANCE Major League Club* Expect to Find Much Promising Material are ��:] b �� r it. to Hi: tie do A 11 VI iI i '.ir- hav. of th'-ir .� le-l: tf �*!>.. t..:t! lb- SERVICE STATION HAVE YOUR BATTERY EXAMINED and taken care of before the cold weather begins. 311 7th Street 8. Phone 618 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Fumoua Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repair*. R. D. RITCHIE 208 Uth St S. Opp. Ellison Mills It Ii probahte the Chime . cut,. �*nd u scout to Europe �, h �!;> M >v anler look over the doushboy i.:.i'-.:-m the hol>e of finding materia! a.-a which to rebuild the Cub? when I.:-.-ball ii resumed The Whit,- Son a - . are thinking of lendim a repr f>" tho name purpose, a-, are the Itel .-' ,\ Not only will the majors obta!:-. player* from the vhst body uf foli'.'...-paitimers in Kurope, teat the mlnor-i too. will depend m u coniide'ab!�-measure upon the doughboys to rebuild their clubs upon 'he restoration of peace. Minor league scouts already are seeking players among the khaki-, c'.ad warriors in France. aj-i ..ere Shi' : u!ar ami Trie .--lit fr-.m third : !i:t to the |>:.iv. .- t!at:f ball thrown -r. ;..:>! e: .lo' �ind.i :fair .�tin ll! , i^ t!elli:;!i '.� � �f a.--, -on liei.-llff. Al ..�:;;!. a short ii:i/. U.-1 . ...a. whorn-ilerald a l.iv deaths, r, i-a. it, are all pro '-wards recovery. \;.er!enoed In get- : evt-n in the ho� four of tilt-fill'. ne forward with .ejt. the school .; usslitnnct.'. .-tuff ari- mffer Ml-is Hell and ltferlng from ae- ''offatt. wife and . itii the flu', and  without his as- pretuier of Itrit  to arrive in town . upected to spend official* looking on and advising town aa to pub Owing to the toe public meet-ag thu Ut�ij. lien- I ho 1 Toronto, Oct. US-The following up ] to the Canadian people from the j j prime minister of Cnnailn. ^ir llobert I I I. Hordon. i* l��ue.-t;i� In sight w> are called upon for the final and .supreme effort whlh will crown tin-',.l",'t' ! u"!0,,! -"."'rlflce of the year- that are i Canada* purpose hai never h.-i-u | more glorlou-lv iiiaiiiiaiin d tiian ilut All Ucrmafiiit are agrood thai, to homh the towns of the beloved Father, land Is wicked mid "contrary lo Inter, national Law." It Is true that tho KhIu-or told the American Ambasandoi some years ago that there waa "nn longer any International I,aw," hut naturally lie meant that only (Stirmnny 'ana free, to disregard it. Tho alllct nolo still bound. Add to this thai nli I'.ernnin towns are (for purposes of alt raids) "open" and poaeoCul, und all Hritish towns are fortified and occu. pied entirely by troops, and tho wick, illness of the allien becomes obvious. It Is still more flagrant, when you remember that tile treacherous allies introduced thin form of warfare, and that ai-.y airraids by Zeppelins or (loth-as hate been carried out cnliroly a^ reprisals. All ticrtnaii argument on this subject is of such a character that tho mere statement of It reads as Jf It were Intended for a Joke, but somo ot those who argue thus-the ones with very Khnrt memories-arc perhaps serious when they say that bomb dropping on towns occupied by a civilian | population was first practised by the | allies. At the fame time there are many people in the allied countries who. white knowing that the Gorman aeon--I at Ion Is untrue, yet uiy when and where this form of war-, fare w,i - Formal Reception to a Division1 |,c"rc,!- of the Hrilish Army-(Jreat Rejoirini; With tho British Army in Frame and nelglnm. Oct. 29- l.lllo yesterday opened wide her Bates In formal reception to a division of the ."th British army. She paid a supreme tri bate of gratitude lo these represent,! lives of the army which a f"w days ago released her from the ' heavy hand of German bondage j The first homh fell In the garden I of Xe. S Hue tllvardot. the hoiiRe of a 'Captain dp Fori y Lltlli- damage was i done, and there were no casualties The second bomb fell nt No. lit Hue Garlhmlot on the w orkshop of a lock smith's establishment. Fortunately tho workmen were away, but thrco thous-iand francs' worth of damage was ; done Thl and relentless militarism. "The final effort cantun be tUMulo ed unless the nation make* ample pro vision for those who fUhii!i The )jb,.r� of our peopb- at home have been abundantly rewarded and the national prosperity has never been more fully assured. You are asked to lend in order thai your country make keep inviolate its pledge to those heroic men who have (tone forth from our shores to firht for our liberties ami who under the sternest tests ha*e never shrunk from even the Ust saciifb-.. You have before you both a compi-lliug duty und a great opportunity of sir-vice, in any effort to win tin- war you liave never faltered; I am supremely confident that vou will not fait now " (Signed! 'It I. UOItllKN " mii!"i of Hiotuaml. thronged the >tier the -'��arr-'d >eti.rotis with (lowers 'l'hroi|.;ho'it this v.i>' as.^^tiiblag" ;mo\e,| a tpint of iinb-uiuded gratitude ! that i I'lti-cti-il on the f.n c� of the people III "llltl"-s of Welcoltl". UllDKlell wl'h the tears of jo> Lille could have lieu,, no mm Civ.- freely Iron) her h. art and no victory could have had a more in!,!,, reward than that given to th'- ltritUh. �who. when l.:i|e ha"! I,ei-n free I. i hlv-alrously stepp,-1 aello and rei-ue^'.ed ! Fren. h troop to be a.fc. .| to |,. (;lf. '. tir�i tit enter th�-  witness of the explosion or from ihe owner* (if tho damaged premise-, The ouexplodcd bomb ami fragment i She {of one of the otherii wan photograpli""d and are now in the possession of the authorities It will be seen then that the fir.-! airraid the air raid on the Frem h town of LuneviIIe is well authenticated. And when did this first air raid tako I place .' It took place at 5.45 p m, on Monduy. GRANT FIRST BIG LEAGUER TO GIVE HIS LIFE IN WAR �a te:  '.at-- * !'r...:. i; :o t!ie p! : a raw v lie pre .ug a d- Ll - We- 'd ta- Vulcanizing! Have your tlrea and tubes repaired at the Central where you get dollar tor dollar*  warth ot service and all our 'vv.-k guaranteed. Secttonai, !"owovts, Rlracuu, Spots e.nd Kelt's Re treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 327-0 ' Thoie Wr.o triple to f'inr:!i!:,ti. for Vance, first camel WORLD SERIES DONATES JtSOOO 1 baseball honor- wh:!.- at Harvard Fni , - - -- ! versity. where he was one of the t..-.-' ; a'd-rouud puyer.s -nionor�. j ^; Grant is ihe first of the many maj | re'.iu , iiai:. or league baseball players in the aer- j amount. vice to give his life for hU country He was born in Franklin, Maas., in 11S83 TOOK LE GATEAU lor! tlnrry I'mse First to Enter the Important Enemy Stronghold th- llrlti^h to r. pres.-nt the armv ,-,,.'August ui'd. !!>H- Just un hour hefo.-e sist.-t of territorial* who played mi. h | Germany declared war on France, a gallant part in driving lln- invader* from the rlt>. These iruopi marched from one side of the � ;:v in th,. other amid wildly cheering thront-- The main i.-reaioiiy wa.i h.-'.d in the centre ot the . ity, about the statue of the spirit of the renlst.ine,. of IT'.'.", where German ofiieers were parading but a brief time �ko and impressing their arrogance upon the unhappy in CHICAGO MAN DEAD c'htciKo. Oct -'.� -William A. Lydot. president of the Great Lakes OreiU;�> am! I lock company, and widely known in yachting circles, died at Ills home here last night after an illnesa of i.ey. 'ral months. cupled Le Cateau. which U a centre of great strategical importance to th* enemy, but the first troops to enter I habitants tho town were tho Fort Garry Morse! Gathered to receive L!eu! Geti Wm ' on the night of October �j 10. Their j R, Itl-dwood and his staff were all the! entry marked the attainment of the dignitaries of the city, headed by tho final objective stlven ihe brigade on: mayor. Charles lie La Salle. It had the morning of the !�th and wa- the be.-n announced that I'resident Cle-culmination of a brilliant operation, in men. e.�u would attend, but ho was not which all four units played lonspicu-i present, much, to the disappointment oua parts. In less than 24 hours the!0f his people cavalry and other troops advanced' more than eight miles on a three mile front, cleared this section of the enj sniy and opened .the road to Le Ca-, t '.can for the infantry. The cavalry i SAW EMPEROR CHARLES h.-ine, Od. vh.-Haron Ch'-mei ky, .- Aii-trian publicist, has arrived in v !';.�! land, according to the Neue captured more than 4tMi prisoners.. Zeitum' of /.urich. whi. h say , that hu. much artillery, trench mortars, anil -j fore he left Vienna tie had an audience tank guns motor car* and loo machine -Anji Kmperor Charles ^uns. They killed scores of Germans j____ MARLEY IV, IN, DEVON IH J ARROW COLLARS etosn PMtWY � co.. *t ciasis. tin'we IaOVOCATE INDEPENDENT STATE J * ri. Alio I- ;j- r ce: . all inter-, ! W .r! ! - , i i,..r:'i.-s "' 1 lo Waf Ottawa, ,. v b toftou -ily hi-tori"- ' w':,�-,'. li. Th- iie Hu u.: . I USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadiier, 1917. Among ni-- am ter to Sr. : ct.,ry Boston |.' t>  - ' tionul players, $ erii an LeagU" t�: National Li-ague Vork Niit'oiui!^ i.atis, |T7': .".�� ew a; n> > ? * -j. * . Canada food board offii iais recall lhat next Thui.-day is national fish day. Kvery family Is iei|ue�l-ed to replace meat by fish, making possible a saving for export of :!,000,00u pounds, l.argi- (juantilies have been bhipped western wholesalers. Central Garage ALL KIND8 OF AUTO REP*AIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLING W. 8. COOK :.l: i! ::.4"�I s Vi' a; i :ii�::. ;.. �ill Ai!ier.!-:-.ii '."alioll.:! ��. e :..: nic-mb-i.-. . each; tile Alii-ri'i-an 1. (,n At;.- :.-1 .New e- bond sale v/itl begin on the 28th of this month. The rate of intrust Lr. bonds is the same, the country's need for money is the same, the t|i,r,-i.T,'ity for a good business Investment is the same as last year. But I * 1. realize that financial conditions among farmers this yea.-art vi-r/ ri ff-rcr.t from last year. Many f ; . ; will be entirely unable to Invest a single dollar, others will be uh'i tj i- ,er,t a part as much as they did last year, while a few may be able to io.t t n much or even more than they did last year. Buy at tea .t one bond if you can, and as many more as you can afford to buy. It is a ijood investment; it Is good security; it is a liquid asset. The country needs the money, and the end of the war is In sight. If you cannot invest 450 in a bond, but can Invest S1& in a life membership, do so, and (he U.F.A. will Invest it In Victory Bonds. Let each inves| acCO/ding to hit or her ability. Hoping that'we.ara very near the end of the last war, I am, 1 '*'.'. "� Youra moat alngerely, * H. W. WOOD, President. T N Vulcanizing! We understand how to tnke care of all kinds of tiro troubles- Punctures, blowouts, worn treads, etc., repaired in first eluBu shapo. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbrldge. Alto. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATI8FIE8" We Handle AU Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. ;