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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETHBRIDOK DA1L.7 KEHALD THURSDAY, tt BRINGING UP FATHER" By G McM anus FE1E BATTLES (Continued fhom Faont 1>ao�) Mike Grady While Playing With Giants |* Made Record Which Will Never be Beat! WILLARD TO HELP Nov.- V WBI.ird ir.? exhil St. Tk> you. rcmemb. fatal tiny in Boston, when Ivan 0!-..n ' ball roil u;> h-. slo� him into .'. lot's r.",:ivi-rt ::k"y. ami !;; n tired -.: widr'.y jonto baseball ,'i-�!if.� t' yeu never forget, no tna'.tor how ; you live or how many things I see and if J .-'ninth! h\>> a thou* VU ; r. Til i,, rot a. War .1. 1.111 .It into vacan. y, .'iereoy .'afglng tin' score cf t and contributing to i! nations And t!i: away from ther. loav-r is believed, i itig a large, yawning cavity on Wil'.ard a !: n-nt wmM ' Texas . eitint War W,.rU nth had ho;> meet esther Fret! Fulton (V t. civ for tiV J 1111  of the i a:: .Many New Cases I'p ns Hospital-HiR Relief Committee led. tho Victory Loan committee In- ings and giiUtorings does not of course i tend to re-open the campaign nntl affect court proceeding nnd ndmlnls-| hofo to make up for lost time before tratlon of public uffatrs whether muni-; tho run. of the campaign, oipal. provincial or otherwise, nor yet Viilt of Premier 'the ordinary conduct of every day htisi. licit. John Oliver came to town last noss. exrept as particularly Hpedfted I night and left again this morning, hut in the order. ' w-ts a very busy man while here. IH^ Shorten Business Hours I met a committee from the city eotin-j A refin-st conies from l-Mmonton to ,,,,y ),,, taken nearly 1,500 prison ell. Mr. Wm, Dlelu>n, of the �'',� shorten business hours from ten t�The text of the Ptatoment reatli-: i:iHo/l',krinr1m Vlctorv l.i'.m committee, th- 10.O.F... and the l.,oli.�' lleney. � �lit Si'ii.'ty, joined with citizens (n i :ora! in the formation of a i;enera! nuitt Worl:!-.* Series third. Mike Cra-ly. wh>> never di.I near the mu."h '-are what happened to !.mi. reonrd volunteered, and went t.> t'p.e te.--If j�r memory serves me ricbt. was j tiary cu.-hlon. Peop'e? locan ti hit made by Mike Grady oil" blithe J the ba'.i: in !ej�. tniaylatiil there were fAi> nan down At FAMOUS LIGHTWEIGHT IS NEAHI\U THE  n for END J,rv-n , Car-o'.l. t": D).;nj in as though this verv I. had afternoon just happened J this Th-re are j was ti i:o fire ro.'. M Pugil'St, .1;:; .Vap.wi' i." (ir.ol>. . ANDY THE RAPIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIAT-Or.-ANO GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) J .'.'! ru.-Vrvta-i hi -Ahiro-d. bull thcr* ws -ift !m>oti. Ufld'Tgoltlg i > ! brim: fit' ! th*. tvutr .1 ! � pltal will h�v. .!�".... ,.,|oh 1. ;-:'!! ba'h�. ' .' ktt ll'-n rl|'l � � th" Indi" . a. re t'o'-m p. for at lea-' .' r h i i i-.i'l. .! el. 1,, i- a ,. � ; ...I W..I'. ' I. of relief "Pended In mattrasslng the banks .ln> of ,.,,,,. 1 has been In other necessary work for the ()mi ji(>()iiUi an> >lb)i,,rvlI,K, ,lPm W(,j, an 1 Wht-h for Mr (Jr.olv nev.,1 the or lli;ht;:is out I ! i; SERVICE STATION HAVE YOUR BATTERY EXAMINED a&d taken cara ot before tho cold weather begins. 111 7th Street 8. Phone SIS AUTO TIRES OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREAOING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE SOS 13th �L 8. Opp. Elllsen Mills from second, shot it. most beautifully. aero�* to third. Mr OraJy took the ball full in both ban on a dead line -and muffed it Ju�t as the runnvr drew near. That made throe error-. That runner kept r.itht on. turntd third, and scooted for the plate. Mr Grady pawed around for awhile, fonts ! the ball-and threw it over the rati h-er. By thi* time the fellow1 who had originally hit the ball was approaching third. Tho cipher di,,he,i !,.: .;. regained the ball, and fired It arrow-straight at Mr. Grady Mr dr.: iy muffed It. kicked it far away and !a�t runner galloped in (nit �? ' ITc ou;s'r> For -ev> r:,l v.-a.- },.� v..,. K,:!;ff :;, th.-Sup FORMER QUEEN'S PLAYER DEAD K!ti.-.'on, t>ct. '� 1. eti:. Wm. l-tt, :..!'.:. the end of' the day yesterday, tho .\t.nex. 11"';al ,,oayu!, tt,mla appear not to have U!ormiin!I counternttneked violently The subject of river Improvement >iM* ,KIJor_ c _ I west of Stefergotix. '1'ho French maln- anJ protection of property in tho low-1 N0 Excuse For Druggist � mined their positions, er part of the city was, discus, ed free- There Is no excuse for any drug- | "In the Inst two days the number Iy and the Premier, after hearing all gist In the. province not keeping a lib-; of prisoners taken by the French f.ili sides of the question,, told the com- eral supply of brandy, rum anil iilco-! army has readied i.45:1. including a ........mlttce tho! tho governmertt were will-, hoi, etc., on hand The act. ��' "Pon a fifty-fifty ed last session gives the druggist am-; battalions " rd find to he de reased to-i !,ael�. and that he would recommend pie latitude to keep full supplies on Austrian Withdrawal Continues the expenditure of l.l.nni) as against bund. which may bo obtained fro.-i Vicuna. Oct. ;lo - i Via London)  a Mke sum from the city, and In ad- the vendors in Calgarv and Kdmontoti. Austroiliingnrlan forces on their east-dltlon to that the provincial govern- of course, it can onlv be uvd ns dl- ern wing In Serbia are withdrawing mcnt would be willing to expend an; reeled by ||,. physician from oc, upled territory nnd have com- additional �3 ooo upon the river above A, 0rderg Afe Law ,,,,,, ,h(, ,,,,,, of ,hfi nnl,u,,Ci .,.. I-"-!!"!. ,!!?1"!!L..1lL,,!,..i,lon??. Wi" AU "r�"r* of provincial hoard | cording to an official statement (..- law. .Speaking generally ,iij.)it from Austro-lluiiRarlan hem;. u it art" re. F.lsewhere In Serbia th� Austrliiti withdrawal continues, Tim statement rends: l "Southeastern theatre: The eastern I wing of our forces Ik evacuallng Her-! Ida and already has completed tho 'Itiests the general public to observe | cro-ong to the northern bank of !!� ail orders and regulations, to stand ' |iauul�-. Our rearward march towar 1 trilling inconveniences for a fewth.. s.ivr mid lirinii  otirlnues, accord-weeks, to maintain � heerful spirit. t lug to plan The enemy follow* unit you ar�ihle in connection aiiIi public lieaitU depurtuiem at v'algury, .law. .iie.1 this niotning following an all mining, could not state Ju�t what in ;>:.� who ore now with-'.plate r'>: d. i'ary M. da! for : t.tlK to 1, � hot t hr.Mig .1 li HOPPE WON ;.t m an ! ca; ' ':ri:: it. ere..-, lie v, i.:'�.'- and '...�.? :.-..-:> r -.-,it'.-.:i !. 1:;-, Ueuth. l-P-lt t. . iin-dute hoc*! and I'-fore ag'T .,: th. a In a. !tl char.- of detail alngl* sfclft was working belfr �ve, ' "^."'ulsoT few iRs I, *,.,rv ,, than they bad hoped, so far as pro-! '*'�*r> "J/*',' avius- ,m ni� i-ron of th., Fernia 'I��-tloit was concerned, and although '"r, 1 .W 1 outljiug points   eharge o thVho- '"-r" �'"� �""e than a hundred n.e,,' ,/ '-|ll,umb"r1 fu"'"' �'''��"����� * fr regular pot trom the camp, the output was fi,rl" �,r,,v "," ,;*,'","U ,ouf "V'1,1"' � -h. i-VriA. husKlVi most satisfactory and groHitig �,�-,"�'� ) r,'V"rl J��t now received by -istint .tinualiy. !phono from Drumheiier at m j>m. Is oanicd that the *pi-ing �uch head*ay throughout th.- town, the abov* men-t! Hied preparation was at once under taliu and -li.progrens lu� been' iiy u fill illy'.det :-.\ - >:t.t.-'l qiari.-r-- v:::\jry Jlo-pf...!, � lie! I at the time of l!..i..ot id.-as was man-Brit .nine 11 .-. hull I'lul) of the btllldiCK �o!tie in  It-ie -! tittle ttuuirrow. Ne* Case* None too �.,o:i !.43 [his work been nnd' rtak�-:i, i,r :!.' W. H. DOWLING W. S. COOK USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipm^n Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. 1917. 11 BU0U MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" (.halllpii'll5.'li|i t"".;!!!-. S'luatr li.(.!. :,ir h.i-.' nine whin tl.y iv >a th>- >�'. th-:.- i..t yet been a death four hours The people of Drumheller , ti.pia.r, '.:- ,, . ... :, tr th.- disi-as.--. but the con- have been working untiringly, as al-o ' ..'.:'.- },** v^! ..' : ;- Hardly reached and (he nurm-i and assistants who were   f pneumonia should sent in. but the field is lartte and scat | .-:i �-'rk is ahead for all i tered and conditions aro very unfav-tot a t clping hand jorable. We aro sending another train- �n able to he out and e(1 ni!rs,. ilnit a ff.w lllor, practical KJmonton, Oct. 20.-Dr. J. F. Boyle, a well-known physician of this city, died tonight ot pneumonia, following j Influenza, contracted while on duty j during tho epidemic Ho was a brother of Hon, J. ft Boyle, provincial attorney-general. T _ BRETON ARROW COLLAR CfvOSB MIETINO CUT DP FRONT SHOWING A BITOrCsUVATllANP fcCV.�t C.�.J^ Um\Ud of of M'V. li A-- ake a jo-Moti iif the outside work to- iu.icir �.f fir. nonne!!, w.-o i-ne at top s.pee'el keeper, has sue-,.1'eruittlh of Pneumon- workers tomorrow morning. Tim whole field is pretty well covered with worker but conditions'aro bad and an army of worker* could not immediately remedy them. Kdmonton-There aro slightly upwards of a thousand cases reported to i tlato in this city with about fifty deaths. C'lareaholm to f'armungay is now re- Thompson is down with the - ai- also all the city office i-tal th: Ie ported to bo fairly well attended to. Industrial Areas blanch of public service' The provincial board of health urg for -r,iM day*. lO.ntly requests that all mlno operators j -e .- ems to hi of rather and men who havo any Interests in iioiiith it is plainly evident 'oes ,nd fatally. Those wiio g'l to'bed as directed by 'in die tor- and remain there, keep-log a- warm as possihlo with plenty of li.-ii air circulating room and Vulcanizing! Wo understand how to take care of all kinds of tiro troubles-Punctures, blowouts, worn treads, etc., repaired . In first class shape. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. 0. McKlnnon. Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street 8- Lsthbrldge, Alto. Phono 499 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" A We Handle AU Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. through tho i doubtless feol that responsibility rests1 io-ying directions as to I upon them to make tho heat prepara- , 11 go about again, bre|tl? c > v ? ? > ;?f: tire laid UP with tho ' iv The Imperial bank day or two, all of A tho messenger boy k being unable for from the Cranbrook eenred and the bank i1- at'iin open for business as usual. The Caiiiidiiin Bank of Commerce is a little more" fotlun^W.iOnly two of tb� iori,e bftins uuulile for duty, while the. Home Bank.staff lws so tar eu-lice! the disease. A-i soon as the proparatlon of the SBUTireiicy iK, -,ilai ixUa ueen templet. districts. / Public Meeting Order The order forbidding public meet THAT YOU MAY LEKfeD 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 TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;