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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta [PAGE SIX THE ZAvflBIUDGE DAILY Hfcn/KJJ MONDAY. SEPTEMBER % "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus The Sport Page \ b O V ' Bar: P. GOULD PUT IT OVER "io on. old .I-.-, rat (if (Jul OH'. PLAYERS' SHARES i.Ol'.i Th pauy in to again-; ii-iti machine gin wile rllil ; ,i si! ion ahead any orders .- i!ov-. .ill.-.;-! over :h 1 ::r". -'. phv.V i - lil.il 'l ,'oli' m!y -1 -.ni ai- de- Am Hoc -Oh. ! th- an'! on- mtng. John Old Coiaetry Scores oo Old Wir. you bo\" THIS YEAR SERIES; �dnesduv v-ilur. I -eis hope Til o done!. J.>-nlinr a: Til" Co stand t'lf von '.vill 1 The i'.i compared p. -pit t:ie sigh: ot tue sun a'.voke today am! early we-e tii.it the Boston Alii Oah-ago National- would la> thi* afternoon the- fir cam.' ot' :!:>� world seri ' of the ill! n.-o piva!ry. ;i i,;' the two 'earns were a w ion indica-ericans he ;:!>:' �st Bos-Ill ir ;>ia> � itti'' in London. Sept. ft.- 'i'lie results ill Country too:ball tames follows: English League-London Combination Brentford :.'. Wesiliam n. Clapton 1. Crystal :', Milhvali 1. Chelsea tk I'htlliani Tottenham 1. Queen's Park Arsenal Midland Section Bradford l. Sheffield W Hull .', Bradford City heeds'4. Notts County l Lancashire County Biaikpool 1. Bolton -l. Iltiry 1. Burslem 1. hiverpoo! 4. Rochdale �'. Manehesier I'nited 1. (thlli.iin Southport ;l. Blackburn ". Preston e. Lincoln ... Grimsby t. Uotherhaui i. 1. Birmingham o DECLINES TO RENT EL. LIGHT PLANT Stockport ii. Burusloy Coventry 7. Leicester 4, Notts Forest do it ali alone Tlit' Colonel you vton't reaii no against -c goes' -u;::. my e v.-ii.it yi eat Scot; ,y. eoi.ip.e f.!. coiiip.i i o.'iq'i.-re l."iiirii- - brave ho �is are con . there  1: on with tiia! tile oitit. you eve ar non-Thtibh: T-iubh. The T!i" :i;...:..iti.- qui:---T.'o -a-a-ntc. '.i.�-.!�:.o- The Bang! Ding! The (oln:!�! -Whar for: i- this, anyway'.' hook ;.' Tile she,! j are burr-tins a him! Th.-y liav.. dropped tire before him! He ::asn't to live another minute-and Suing on! and i.in't a w. he. atiy one had to stand for years ;t !:im cotil bianira' Patfc! ! N .in t. the ii.ll- d I i,v a v. iio!e volley tear ;,-'r-o:i-rt:::;,.t-. di.Ij.i Say. ! :h.in .lit I was .iei.iar.tiL-'.:.- reieipis f mi; so s;:;;ili til u eeaid in- i -it spec l- Th. � Imibt ea i-jj -oiiio ir.ilu :io>y would bark up to : j.ijiH eoniniittee -ivliie'n i a on the train cu.TTJns to d'MP.and of til" iia:-e. on '.!!. (ulf'.lir.eiU of w!iii--i t'ney as-ei't \va-;-.y men, of o\ infortiie.l y.--tcrday thai from tiv liiii e Willard SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Maket of Batteries Charged aprf Reoaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 t- t.:at . [ * i-rmv i ;;nViv-h! jinvu.n wlii) ;i | The i the 11 ' peace. i Colon. i nil..'. '.-Von are. indeed, a it stern e.iiil lofty brow ;' fi.xnd and  hancele.-s tni^hty form, juovins throuirli the fir-.'-t'.i.r body-t.'li me. man. ton fan- wml.l !> itiii-ii an opportim-i'y to oo- -ii-.r .r.-a: favofi:.-. "I'.abe ' h Ins team to another : tilt- Red Sox would its' chance in Iii:.. series their prowess araiu-t a pit.-hei'. Claude llendrix. dictions, however. f,ivor-r as the Chicago choice Hur!y Person-Colonel. 1 am ..u who came here -�->_-1: iti fr 'luh't and a chance to get even. *.'!. I'm an umpire! 'Curtain i. --\r:- STOP! TIME FOR TEA Kuth. try to vii i ory and have th.'ir : t.. display .0 .iit-hatt.le. Other jip .-.I i leop'.e Tyl for piti her. Tile probaii!" iiatiinp orde:" I Chicago-Flack rf. i!o!l..cht.-r ss. ' Mann If. Paskert if. Meikb- lb. Pick _b Heal ::b. KiJIifor c, iiendrix or Tv-b-r p. Boston Hooper rf. Shcan -b. Strunk if. Whiteiiian If. Mi'Innis lb. Scot! ss, 1 Thomas ::h, Agncv o. Until p. WE BOIL 'EM We boil your' radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses it, making it easy to discover and fix leaks. W'e are better equipped in this way than Calgary-liavltijr the only boiling outfit in the district. . ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel a'patairs) London Groundkeepsr Pulled New One |l on Ballplayers. ! I,nndon i P.y ?.Iail>.-Fifth inninp- -'score fj to 2--ba-es full, two out and iju ,-irike on the battrr----.. 1 Two hovisand cheeriir; tans subs; 1 J I into !-!'.-. si!"-.ice. i_-.it>.,. |,a-'rs ,,f  �>(>... �e.ti�r)iii)K every move uf ..very idayer so not to'miss the hidden-bj 11 , trick or a snap throw to first, i The navy pitcher , areb- = .dy kicked | a little dir. out of the groove, eyed the JUD FOLEY WILL BOX AT MILK RIVER P.o-toti A Pi H P.OA. :, i floop.-r. rf ii 1 :; ii n Sh.-tin, -b..... 1 ii t ii 0 1 Strunk. cf..... ! ii ii 1 ii ii Whiteinan. If. . . i 1 :; ii .Melnnev. lb. .. . . . 1 l 1 o o Schang. ,-..... . . 1 ii '_' i :: "1 Scott. . . . . 1  i 1 1 r, It Thomas. ' b. n 1 ii *j Mays, it..... 0 - - n Totals . . . , e. 7 17 14 Chicai-'o - A if.lt. 11 P.O.A.K. Flue!;, r...... .. :i ii 1 1 :t 1 n Holloch. r, ss o 1) 1 :; i Maun. If..... .. -! ii 'J, 1 n 0 Paskert. cf. .. ... 1 ii 1 1 0 ii Merkle, lb. .. . . . 4 ii ii p o Pick. 1'b..... . . . 1 1 ii ii " I>al. ill)..... ;; 1. 1 1 1 ii Killifer. i-. .. ii 1 s (1 ii ViiUKllll. p..... ii ii u 1) xUarher . . ... (i ii ii h ii Totah...... 1 7 L'T 111 1 i l-'roni Our �)wn trarrrstiotulont) Magrath, Sept. 7.-The regular nioetiiiK of the town council comeii-] ed on Wednesdiiy evening in the town | Hall. Councillor liirie, who had met i with Mr. Crane of Crane .t Cassidy. i explained the position of said com-i pany re paying at Calgary and was I of the opinion said company was los-J ing money. Mr. Crane offered to rent I the electric plant for $l."i(l per month, j Kxplained company's proposal to pay j in advance six months or one year to I avoid unnecessary expense, was in  favor of co-operating with company j in order to make the plant a success. | The proposition was discussed by | mayor and council. Mr. Watowitz j wanted permission to build an arch i across the walk in front of his gar- j age and install a gasoline service  station. Tin; matter of regula:iuir ' dance halls was discussed and it was [ decided that Attorney Jacobs be ad- ; vised to draw a bylaw to that oifec. ; School opened on Tuesday with a ' very good enrolment of pupils and j the following teachers in charge:-: Principal, .1. A. .Mercer; .his. Karl. I Miss Davis. Mrs. Ferris. Miss Suther-1 land. Miss Thorpe and Miss Merror. ! On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. C. Ih| Imdley entertained about -C lady, friends at her house hero, the occa-' sion being h) honor of her daughter. 1 .Mis. 11. h. .leireii of Flail, who is ' '.lore on a vis't. Til" guests were royally entertained by the ho-tess and was. ably as-dsi.cd by her daughters, also Mrs. Matheson. who delight-ed 'he ladies with her b'-,iutiful music. I l�iir.--ilay A pleasant afternoon was spent and a dainty luncheon was .-erved ami the afternoon will be one long remembered by those present. Mrs. Neilson entertained a number of her friend.- on Wedne-day afternoon in honor of the Me.-dames ('has. lensen and 11. h. Jensen. A pleasant time was had by all present. Miss Myrle Bennett of Tahef here visiting friends. III fill KIVKK i From The Times). Roy [.tine, photographer, is now in Toronto holding down, a military po.iition as photographer in the ([oval Air Force, writing to a friend he intimates he has struck a real interesting position. A number of conscientious objectors from tile I'nited States are anxious to secure land in Alberta. They are said to he negotiating for the purchase of the Murrie llendrie ranch and the Keystone ranch. Word has been received by the | parents of Nelson Fraser and David j MacDonald that they have been successful in passing the. entrance ex-t animation to the Royal Air Force, and are now in training at hong ; lioacli. Out. | Mr. O. D. Wilkinson, who litis been I in the Holy Cross hospital. Calgary, since last April, litis had two operations performed and his many friends are pleased to learn that he is now progressing very rapidly to his usual health. Th.- crop outlook in the High Kiver district Is very much better than anticipated even two weeks ago. The crop is all cut and in the stook. Threshing will b.- general next week, and from all reports received the returns will be a surprise ever, to the farmer. HOW SWEET GRASS TARES NEW SERVICE low Silvoeateh it'.' We are re-[ irrwerkly train I . Sunburst i PAID FINES FOR  xliatt. ; lloston I Chicago d for Deal in ninth. .DOii inn nun-Mm UK) DOD- belt. ift his r|u--...-. land and 'he gr; the �hair-d �a.'di'-d crowd Palace Garage SECOND HAND SALE CARS FOR OPEN DAY NAND NIGHT W. S. Cook 308 Second Ave. E ,E. Peck S,-P"Rone 665 I corners and hitched He tugged at his viso You could see him -i lie flickered his li'-ht runner slid back to first. Just then a little old Ulan with funny chilblain out through the fringe o and up to th" plate. lie said something; to the batter, who grinned. The catcher threw back Wis head and roared through his mask The little old man waddled away and the crowd took one laugh before settling down to tenseness again. Whist/.! Th" bill! streaked, a bat whiffed, and the inning was over. "What did the grotiiidkeeper have to say?" asked the pitcher as lie ami his battery mate, walked in lo the bench. "Why. he wanted to know wliat time the idayers would stop for tea," said tin/rat cher. Well Known Referee Who Jieen Seen in Action Here to Tangle Has King lap- : ': know Jud Fn! each. ,l,"p lo an early hour this morning Jackson was still lodged In the provincial jail, but, his friends as-I sen, thii bond* trUi be arranged this BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. boy with iiis gloves and now comes word that he. is back at his old tricks. The following from the Sweet Grass ; Advocate i.-ils it : i "Saturday, Sept. 1 1 - Sweet Grass i will once more be in the 'sporting world. A boi.iiig match of ten rounds and another of five has been arranged for tlinl eveiiinir  "The preliminary will be between Jimmyy Hinke, a lo.-al bt>>. formerly 'of North Dakota, and Young heffing-t w.-il. of Milk itivr. Th.-se boys, bantam weights, are evenly matched and | exceptionally fast. This bout, alone should be worth price, oi admission. The star bout, comprising A. Sickin-! ger (Sloughfoot Mikei und Jud Foley, of Milk River, is billed for the big at-j traction of the night. These fighters > will weigh in at about 150 pounds, and phis should be a lively mixup. j This fifteen round affair will be i staged at. the Peerson ball, and is lo j start promptly at the hour of nine j o'clock. 1 -- i ! BAIL FOR JACKSON. 'S|,-, -1 to the Hera!.!) Feriii". S. tt. 7th.-.Sailor Day here, under i ne direction of the ladies of the I.O.I).I-;, was a decided success. A large number of girls and boys, ranging from ten lo fifteen years of ago foriiii-d a procession and paraded the principal si reels, dressed, mostly in sailor garb of White. Flags of all the allies re carried in the procession, the I niijn .lack, of course, predominating. Oilier girls were out. early in ibe streets with their tags (Vr.im Our nwn Ce�'r�nocnflent) Xoblel'ord, Sept. r..- hast afternoon there was held here a local court to try six of our young men who for some time hail been beeiim-itlK very prominent in the eyes of the. public. W. George. Jiinr, K. I.aing, G. Todd. P. Decork and c. and h. Keller were up before Supt. I'cnne-falher and J. Harris charged with stealing tt quantity of gasoline from ! a local fiiiui. All the defendants! pleaded guilty and were assessed : i5^."i,ini and costs or three months at hetkbridge. The fines were all piiid. ; fSweet Grass lo you like i ferring to the- l'.cv. .' service for Sweet l and Kevin. ; No trains on Tuesday, no trains on no trains on Saturday and Sunday. No mail, no papers, no tele-' phone, no nothing. Just simply cut j off from the rest of the world for IS i and 7- hours at a stretch. I If the allies captured llerliu. or the | Germans would eat dinner in 1'aris ; on Friday, it would be 7" hour- later that the good people of these town" I would read about, it. Providing tlieie is no change in the railroad's present plans tiiis is what the ciiix.'iis of these places will have lo endure each week during the war. It is understood the government has approved of these plans to save power The train litis not been removed from the service, hut leaves at the usual time from Great Falls every day in the week, including Sunday, but on Tuesday, Thursday, j Saturday and Sunday discontinues ] tlie run at Verdun. It arrives at that . point about. 11 o'clock in morning land departs at o'clock p.m. Several Friday i ""is of coal are burned and the crew these hours. Is vicinity for the pnst years, hut even with these comliliunn tho people of this section have purchased close .to $75,000 In Liberty lioiub: contributed handsomely to the lied Cross mid all other war measures. Shelby has eight trains a. day. while Sweet Grass did have six trains, a week now it has Hirer trains u week, hs this fair'.' This community is entirely drained of its young men for war purposes. We are proud of these boys. Kadi day more interest Is atlded, the only source of information coining through | tha daily  papers which are eagerly sought for. Is it right, for those who I have husband, sons, friends and relatives at the Troiii to wait from -IX to 17- hours for a bit of news, when tho | train is lying idle at water tank less i than )" miles away, and in addition 'to this, important mail und business matters are at a standstill. The commercial club of Sweet. Grass is preparing a petition headed with a few of these questions which will be sent to Mr. MeAdoo and It Is said that the citizens of Sunburst and Kevin are doing likewise. Once again it has been proved that Senium was right. --- -w* Major M. A. Machines. Dominion land officer at Saskatoon, is urgitiK the department of the interior to" turn over to the soldiers' settlement hoard the large tract of hind In the Porcupine forest reserve in the northeast part of Saskatchewan, and part of th" Pasi|u,i forest reserve, immediate!.', north of this. The Porcupino forest, contains about a million and a half acres of choice farm hind, covered with a light growth of poplar scrub and timber with a light sprinkling of tamarac and spruce. ir- is Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, AIU. W. H. Dowllng remains idle during this saving power? Crops have not. been AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED rtv the Famous Hayirwx) System RE-TREADING A. REPAIRING Ey Experienced Workmen. AH work guaranteed. Spcclnt Equipment for Mm Cut Hepalrt. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. 3. Opp. Ellison Mill* extra good in ' mm^m^mtmmmmm^mm^mmmm^^^ and cash boxes, and the net result, is j reported ;,, liilVe been $IIJi.00. Can't Consider Call.-Uev. T. D Met'lintock. of St. Paul's church. N. Ison. occupied the I'nited church pulpit thin morning and will | preach again tonight. The unauf-1 ] toons caii eiibiidod to him by the j | Ferine I'niied church, tie slated, he I oubl not consider, under the preseni I circumstances. [|e had been hut ! eight months in the pastorate at Neilson, and he, felt that ho was in honor 'bound to continue with his congre-j gallon :r- long as they wanted him. Mr. MM Pillock's popularity with the Kern ie people dates from I ho time, lie acted a- pastor of Knox' church, three, yeau ag^i, during which time ho aided so materially in laying foundation tor the present union of the. two congregation*. This ending of the request, to Mr. McC'lintock renders it i;ec';.,fiary to extend a call to some o'.her miniRter, and the subject, will be discussed at. a joint meeting of the Session and the Stewarts. j Miss McN'amarae arrived last .Monday to take, charge of the junior room I j at Ibe school. ; I School opened here on Tuesday ; .and ii full attendance of scholars was j i registered. j Mr. S. II. Sherwood arrived this! i week from Hhabbona, I'll., to look j ' after his farming Interests in this j i section. A good number of our townspeople went across to Barons lo take In the Labor Day sports and incidentally to watch the Nobelford team get away with Ibe big prize for the bos' base-hall players. They, however, came home fairly early as Ihe local team did not survive the first round. Never mind boys better luck next time. As there was the counter attraction at Ma runs nothing war, put on here for Labor lwy and consequently the town was vory quiet. j Miss Speck and Miss Tackaberry | are paying a v^'-it to Calgary this \ Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOSS OF POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BATTERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIES ONES SOLD. RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW E. AINSW0RTH, Manager Anaclel Girnrd anil Mmo. Qr�ff*)1ro were drowned when a motor ear ran off a ferry as it was leaving th� wharf at Three Rivers, (}tW. j week end j The new hank building was opened for the public use last Tuesduy morning ami it is certainly a great the | improvement, upon tho old stajpfl. K. Hunt is at home on leave ot absence to help with tho harvest. Threshing has boon begun but 1s not. wy general yet in this district and it Is rather early even to rot an idea of what the yields will he. It looks, however, thai most of the farm-.-ors will gel an average "rop from C their Hummerfallowed laud. No more beer is to bo mndn (n Iho.j Status �fier Docnmbor 1. It Win"Pay You To Use DIAMOND TIRES BLACK TREADS, RED SIDE WALLS Tire Perfection | Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THROW YOUR OLD TIRC8 AND TUBE8 IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;