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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGK DAILT REIUUJ THURSDAY, I Mike Grady While Playing With Giants Made Record Which Will Never be Beat ? > ? : WILLARD TO HELP EBATMS mim the ?: a.j for all time- That record if JHy memory serves me right was made by kite Grady one blithe day nearly 20 years ago, and nhe scene is as fres'h in the eye today as' though it had just happened this very afternoon. There are f. ANDY .1 THE RAI3IAT0R MAN WILL rei^'air your radiat- Or.~AND GUARANTEE *THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstair*) SERVICE STATION HAVE YOUR BATTERY EXAMINED and taken care of before the cold weather begins. � 811 7th Street S. Phone 616 I AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREAOING & REPAIRINa By Experienced "Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE jiaa 13th 8L S. Opp. Elllaen Mill* Vulcanizing! Have � States Vv'ar' Work campaign iu ? T^sas. according to a telegram > from the champion received > here last night by Jame.s Coff- commission of the campaign. > : Willard added that his oppo- > > nent would be selected by the > > Texas committee of the United > : War Work campaign. Coff- ? rofh Iiad hoped to have Willard ? : Up as Hospital-Big Relief Committee ' FAMOUS LIGHTWEIGHT IS NEARING THE END Jimmy Carroll, the Veteran Pugilist,' Dying In 'Frisco, San FranGisco.-^"English Jimmy" Carrol, veteran pugilist, who, when more than forty years of age, r^ent 47 rounds with Jack McAulifEe in a contest for the lisbtweight championship, is seriously ill with stomach (Special to the Herald) Fernie. Oct. 30.-The Victory loan subscribtions yesterday totalled over $24,000, making a total at the close of the day's work, of $52,000 ' in the first two days of t^e campaign. This fire record had to be decreased to-dny, however, oiyaccount of the increasing ravage,3 pt the influenza epi-(iomic. The Victorj' Loan committee, the I.O.D.E., and the Ladies' Benevolent Society, joined with citizens in general in the formation of a general committee to take charge of relief work, .-ind the Napanee hotel has been taken in charge and is being fitted up for an emergency hospital to take care of the increasing number of patients stricken with the grippe. The Is'apanee comer Is the busiest place in town this afternoon, and that hotel ta rapidly undergoing a complete renovation and is being fitted up with furniture from the Central hotel, now idle. This hospital will Jiave all necessary conveniences, such' as hot and cold %vater with baths, steam heat and a complete kitchen equipment In a day or two the ladies and the men who trouble at his home here. He i.s now . are assisting them will hs.ve accom nearly seventy years of age. and little i modation tor at vieast 100 patients, hope for his recovery is entertamed. i tij^ niavor has called for volunteer Carrol became a contender for the j nurses and other assistants to aid In lightweight title in the days of the i the good work of caring for the old California Athletic Club in this hundreds of people who are now with-city, which turned out many famous : out adequate room or assistance, boxers; At the expiration of his ring! a general,committe with Sherwood career he handled boxers and gave in-' Herchmer as chairman, and T. Beck, Etructions in the art and was Bob ; R. X. Young, E. K. Steifart, a. Mac-Fitzsimmons' manager when 'Ruby; Xeil. Dr. Simmons.; P. C. Lawe, a. Robert" first came to tjiis country.; Klaur, H. R. Huntington, a. E. Pish-For several years he was bailiff in the [ er and p.. Dudley, has the work in Superior Court in San Francisco. ! charge Mth house visiting and outside committees to take charge of detail ed, the Victory Loan committee In- ings and'gatlierings does not of course tend to re-open the campaign and affect court proceeding and adminis-hopeto make up for lost time before tration of public affairs whether muni-the CDti of the campaign. ' cipnl, provincial or otherwise, uor yet VKIt of Premier the ordinary conduct of every day busi- Hcvi. John Oliver camo to town last ness, except aa particularly specified night and left again this morning, but in the order. w-HS a very busy man while here. He met a committee from the city council, Mr. Wm. Dichpn, of the works' department and councilman Rutledge. With them came Messrs Robson, Phil- Shorten Business Hours A request cbmes from Edmonton to shorten business hours from ten to five-thirty, and tlie probability is that Wio. ratepayers of Wast Ferule and the .'Vxinex. The subject of river Improvement and protection of property in the lower part of the city jv'is^dlseussed free- tomorrow so limiting the hours. The local boar'ds would appear not to have this power. No Excuse Fop Druggist There is no excuse for any drug ly and the. Premier.'lifter hearing all [gist in the province not keeping a lib-sides of the questi6n, told the com- eral supply of brandy,'rum and alco-mittee that the goverhmeift were will-.hoi, etc, on hand. The act, as amending to meet'the city upon a fifty-fifty | ed last session gives the druggist am-basis, and that he would recommend, pie latitude to keep full supplies on the expenditure of ?3,000 as against ^ hand, which may be obtained from a like sum from the city, and in ad-1 the vendors In Calgary and Edmonton. ditJon to that the provincial govern-1 of course. It can only be used as di ment would be wiUin^ to expend &n| rected by Uie physician. additional .$3,000 upon'the river above the city limits. This money will be expended in mattrassing the banks Ail Orders Are Law All orders of the provincial board are of course law. Speaking generally FIFTEEN DIVISIONS (CONTINUKD from FbOWT PaO�> and in other necessary work for theifjjg people are observing.'them well pjrrposo of preventing the recurrence o� such los.ies as have been" experienced dm-ing recent'floods. A conim-'ttee of miners, from Glad-' stone local union, being the same men who were on the committee with Property and Works Superintendent Dicken and Alderman Rutledge, then| -o-,Te m^^;? tl^rS shm:-ming ^--j^ence. for and the superintendent of police has issued instructions to the whole pro-vlnical force to see that they are closely observed. The health department earnestly requests the general public to observe all orders and regulations, to stand few method of operating the Coal preok min^s. They strongly urged the adoption of the Rice report as a basis to weeks, to maintain a cheerful spirit, if you are in good health yourself forget about yourself and go out and help work from, instead of the appoint-1 the other fellow. It will do both him ment of a Royal Commission, as had been recommended jby Minister of Mines, Sloan, hut^^e Premier while and you good. While urging the people in every locality to do "the beat they can for thom- all inining, could not state just whatjin charge of Dr. Dickson, Miss Sar action would be taken, as that was a'gent and A^iss Davidson, or to this of-matter coming under the duties of the fice. In every case we will do the minister of miniss, and in the absence ijest we can to send the necessary of-that member, of the government, help, the premier.did not deem it wise to make any positive statements in a matter over which he had not direct control. The miners stated that the single shift was working better even than they had hoped, so far as pro- .o�M=R au^..: ...... 0.^0 ~ hospital, .will have charge of the hos- "i^'-e ^'ere more than a hundred men sergeant-sifrnaller of the 214th Battal- \?^^\�^., f ^ . .i *  ion After being a short tiine in France ''Z'J,^''"'^^ 1^^^^ ^P'- he was given a commission for hrav- f J" mich headway ery on the field. He received the Mil- the town,^ the above men- itary Medal for continuing to lead his 'f/'' " "l^"' men after he .was shot through the ^""^ Progress has been arm and capturing a machine gun and ^IfW"" �"^ n ,1^ as to assure the its crew. He was finally invalided f , building some home and was appointed Quarter-j ""^ � master of Queen's Military Hospital,' which position he held at the time of' New Cases None too soon has this work been (Buy a Victor}- Bond) Boston, Mass., Oct. 31.-Willie Hoppe, world'3 champion billlard-ist, defeated George Slosson, for-mer champion, in the first.of a series of exhibition matches in this city yesterday for the benefit of the Red Cross. Hoppe scored 800 points to his opponent's 271. Eight hundred points at 18.2 balk line were played. Central Garage ALL KINDS bF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3p .hoHo Ktrlpk-his way toward tJio.welterweight cham-; "J^ '7^^^^,^. Jvere a Uck pionship. To date m sixty-five battles j^i, , r.f.-,,^ records show that Johnny lost only ' ";,Vo,,?\thoTo to'bed^^ by two decisions. WoIg....t sent a telegram and remain tK keep- to a western promoter asking to have' , ^^.^^^ ^, with plenty Johnny McCartuy as his opponent in ^ ,r f..^.,,, ^ir circulating through the room and obeying directions as to when tlioy ran go about again, are coming oft with the least t^mible. Only one man is left able for duty In tho Free Press office, and two of ... I the Ledger staff are laid up with the ; r:ornnKm scourge. The Imperial bank ^, jv.js closnd for ri day or two, all ot '.^ I the staff. p::(cpU:ig4he messenger boy "and a J;u!y clerk being unable for v.urk. AK?i.",tan(;c from' the Cranbrook branch has been .seciired and the bank is again open for business as usual. The Caiiadiaii B^nk ot Commerce is > ? en who have any interests in light form, though it is plainly evident; ^�'leso outlying Industrial fields should of tare and the exercise Kat busy at once and get out Into the field and get the best preparations ma'de they can even before the "flu" strikes the locality. Our experience in Drumheller shows how difficult it is to hurriedly organize a field of this kind, "fhe owners and operators will doubtless feel that responsibility rests upon them to make the best preparations possible and ,60 far as I can gather are cheerfully accepting the responsibility and are organizing the districts. / Public Meeting Order Tho order forbidding public meet- New York.-Ty.-iis Cobb, captain of the Chemical "Warfare Service, was in -N'ew York Recently, and is said to havo sailed for France. He is in the , "field offensive"Ibranch ot the service, , Tyrus has been a "field offensive" in baseball for many years. ; : : > * C' ? v '; : ? *  C- iff a little more* tbijhnate.sonly two of the for, while the Home Banl^latatf'iio,8-8o far es-crocd the di(iea"(fS; As noon as tlie preparation'�of the Bersency ho'^pital has been complet-j , THAT YOU MAY L�I%D Vulcanizing! We understand how to take care of all kinds of tire troubles.-Punctures, blowouts, worn treads, etc., repaired . In first class shape. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKinnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 30S Sixth Street S. Lethbrldge, Alta. Phone 49S "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" i We Handle AU Standard Tires and Tubes. B^y First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. Store Yoiur Gar for the Winter We can store your car for $5.00 per month in the Woolen IWills., 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 Mb TOR Co. BACK OF UNIOr* BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES'lN OUR RED CROSS BOX \ ;