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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX thk let::bridgk daily herald WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER It. "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus sHt VON'T \M". MsMl-rt vmfiN i 4tT HOMl".- Tm* "Wa will rn.r_.vbe. >�E TV i' \ cV COLLY.' lt"o 'MM I IS'-�>le*.-flov. llowa and l'nrelvnl W. Clement, of Rutland. Tim issue of national prohibition wan a factor, Uarling and IIowo standing for ratification of tlin prohibition amendment to the constitution and Clomout being oppoHcd. TO TOUR LANCASHIRE London, Sept. 10.-(Canadian Pres:t despatch from Heutcr's). - Vrntnlrr Lloyd Uoorgo starts on tho 11 Mi his Broat lour of Lancashire, On Sopt. IL'th lio receives tlii! freedom of tho city of Manchester. .1 ..________ SPORT AND WAR Vaughn Pitched His Team to Great Victory, 5th Game t V. 1. .\\ Fenway F.irk. 30.-Th* Ciiicc. and defeated th> a score of ." !o tho rubs' big \. Cubs reacted today "tloston 11A1 Sox by f>. "Hippo-" Vaughn. : han.!�r. stopped tho helpless before his ifying service. Tht( t; � - I--;-! k for Hole Inning !' ue w a. Heal d .! tO .-! Kliiite M.-rk'.e -got away 1 II. � 1 1" K Lludley M'irr.i \ineriean t'tini- it" ivpi1 ills llollii". h 'ntttl'-l to the ctv.ii: t:' successor to V." tiie Austral! 'eoiil ,.| whom beM- '�it at tin- front. V.Y.-t'iy at i;alii;.u-it'll p'.ay on s'aarp drive and got i:it:: at f:; ioL-'ner waik�:d or. tour utrv.g: A-'new tritd to piek il.."i.,e throw- Mo threw to .V:i: id l'a-:- A;:: "Ibotna: .nr.:-i. of gr. Va to no Hoii Meln::. t iiom,- �:i: up a I: took As: bat  rue Va' !;:t-. I) e.-n>rs N.ntri Inning oiiatig wt nt in to Ho- Kill: idail- Win/, rom V I'll � I'.. rut inlr.g Will ivl RATTtHY ara service station henryXdenn Proprietor All Makei of Batterlei Charged and Repaired S11 7th Street S. Phone 614 first wfi;-, a quii-er da-he.i for cro'.m! gave M, !i- turned and .'"e:;t.r goinjt i>.o si are.! on Men:: Ioei:"r gets ere threw ot; .it. no erro: on-Ilni'c hut i.n;.-exp. i't"l in :id a ha:.I r: She .-co: one Ho- One run. !. grounder and ti:rev walked. iiuopt r -flied out to l'asaert. no errors. Fourth Inning. Chicago-.M-rk'e sent a right into Stntnk's band-; ped to Thomas. Deal flv struuk Xo runs, no hitj. took Agfe him out. JI ruck out. si.i'.i No runs, no hit > runs, one me Ho I hard liner Pick pop-o u' to no errors. mrt: WE BOIL 'EM V.'e boi! your radiator 1= a preparation that thoroughly cleanses it, making it eany to discover and fix'leaks. We are better equipped In this way than Calgary-having tho onlv boiling outfit in the district. . andy "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (L'pstalrs) Uoston-iioston considers the inning its "lucky'' and the crowd stood up. Strunk bit a v.n� one into right fit-id for two ba�e\ V.'iiiteman popp.-d to Merkle, strunk darting back to .-econd safely. Melanin lined to Merkle who doubled up "cond. Holloeher taking No runs, one hit, no er- ago.......  ton......... Division li'iston. S...p'. i ". tile OMllllllS- t::e probable dl' rtioti of J�'.!�,"i7 r-.' -liare, J " i: ." 1.': tea e respective :�.!>!. Tln.s. ti: !; .'^l.tM. 1^7.0 J. Men; In.- Af.e: sioll gav" t 7". a �� fi � .i;j't2: io 6 fin;-h:!if 'affiles to finisUia;; and tliose liuishlng idaee ran up ... a a'  . 1' l if: t I n. ii Coefe- figur-.layrs o.vs: "w.r i-rs' s.iian s- ] ditch win. !: ovi . Ill out t io- 111 IKlV|l'luli ill ,'1 il:'- I "d � lit-.-I.J. Strunk at tap throw, rors. got hits, Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS SALE FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook 308 Second Ave. E .E. Peck 3.-Phone 665 Fifth Inning. Chicago-Hooper came in and tool: Killtfcr'n short fly. Vaughn struck out. Sliean went down behind second to tjet Flack's giic.inder man by a step. No runs errors. Boston-Mann gathered in Scott's. ! fly. Thomas singled into right :i"bl Agnew hit into � double [day, Hollo-cher to l'ick to MerirV:. No runs, on-hit, no errors. Sixth Inning Chicago-Holloeiir-r singled to , (litre, his second hit of the game Ma:.:-, flew out to Strunk. I'askeit walked Merkle singled into left fie! I and ll-d-locher was caught at tho plate. White, man to Agi.ew. Paskert reached thltd and Merklo first. J'lck flew out to Strunk. No runs, two hits, no errors. Boston-Jones sent a high fly to Paskert. Hooper flew out to Pa'-kert Vaughn tossed out Sbean at first. .No ruiiH, no hltH, no errors. Seventh Inning Chicago-Deal tttruck out on three pitched balls. Klllifer hit a line drive into Jones' hands. The crowd gave Vaughn a big cheer as be camo to bat. He had pitched groat ball and had the HuO Sox completely baffled. Vaughn bad plenty of speed and fine control. BOB WAS WELL HANDLED When Hob I-'iti-luiiiuitis fought Jim Cirbett !: Io�ik-.l like a badly beaten man lor :'. yards which crosses fair was filled with erflows from the the morning and afternoons, except-1 !y rainy iivjiher, considered ea.-ual A played his third i on left of fair hii third shot. top. �!; rolled along thing grass on either I!, went down to into the water imd grass between the er-a stretch of but bi; r struggle in r tiiere will provided the W- bale s.-nt i ilr n; i.....1 '!:�-:,: win :..  !. of w. '�' -' WJMU/wiM/iTmTm, HERE THEY ARE THE Miller Geared-to-the-Road Tire Hand built by experts for particular p"op]n. UNIFORM IN QUALITY. REASONABLE IN PaiCE. und t!ic Tho Ford slzo3 are hero coming. Get youiH to.lay. otlieis ar. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" SHE Wiiat b(.'.\ " �i^ly. tl'.l!' "'She ,| COIlId lie lie boy. lie tilo like tra:::ed ;tc ross II. II'. \ , !l..l",.- V �! ail in i. WOULD w.iaid v, .f.ii .( : be the :;.-r tin men. e hav imiiv a !{> for a �r. Ii'-- ir end. ' We've got. tO , farmer | c.Pipb- up to it piav.-d the nail, wlii or in t::e b f 'h" (]:��; a.- .lit. ::, be.!;.-! .'.'.so into lio- in:,.-ditch and the bun! a few yards After 'earchir.:-'.'. i-ni bin k and d: one -Til':..' j.. - ti*' > ball was lot it: The hole w as [day the conclii-ion of A. [i.-(|te>te,| ti... iiiati li was finl-i . i.vth lio!.-. II. being I'rote-i w.i- a'.'aiti H. lo.-t tl.e ihird l.olo of the morning round by rea-.on of a lost ball. The was mhir.itted to the local ttco, and tho pro- for ftvp minutes I! .pped a ball under . assuming that the tho casual water, d, and II. won. On the morning round third hole. The ed on the thirty-1 up. made by A. that "! Next Monday the Knights of '2" | Columbus campaign to raise; Siia.Hi'O '*, for army huts will commence and * ! continue during tiie week. Southern * .Alberta will be thoroughly canvassed '.and a generous response |s anticl-'' , [Kited Th" Canadi in Convention held at > Ottawa, Juno .'I. l'svs, voted to raise -the sum of five hundred thousand dollars to extend the work of the 'army huts with the Canadian Army Hut A�-iir;.!tloi!. The Knights of Columbus of Alberta have been r- � i.e.�.-: 1 to en pi, c()U'p and conduct army huts j fur Cit!:.'idiftn soldiers, whiijh shall! ;-iTve ti.e two-fold purined of (-Impels ; for Cathoiic soldiers and recreation i ; iiuts In.' all soldi-is, Jrresiiectlve of I I No Paid Officers. | in, paid "..'fleers of ll;c , Not a cent of profit has j - or will be made, on any a The books of tlin asso- . T regularly audited, of the nssocution is to millers clean in soul huts tiro for tho use | hoped that the Appe ll will tm I ponded to In a broad and generous j I -pint Th" reports of die Chaplain; 1 Service and oT the Military and till ; 'religious authorities bus proved that I : overseas and especially in France rc-i ligbois ntid racial pre indies do not ( e\l-l Our boy work and fight in unity for Hie common cause, and the j same conditions, ought to be main ' I allied here. I Endorses Campaign. i ! (Jeneral Turner, commander of tlie I \ Canadian Force, in F.ngland. lias en- '. ' dorsed tiie campaign for flu' drive.;' \ wisliinK il every success, and hoping I Canadian peoide will respond i ill. Sir Kdwurd Kemp, Over-| sens Minisier of Militia, has written jto the Central Campaign Conimlttoo | at. tlltawa, slating that the Army Hut | Association la most worthy of support, mid hoped that tho Kniglils of | Colii'iibu.'i would surcoed 1n raising : the flvn hundred thousand dollars In i order lo help tho association carry ; on its work. ; It is to bo hop�d thnreforft that tho ' Alberta people will respond generously. It is truo that soveral appeals I are being liiitdo for causos worthy of I the sumo support, hut ono must not ren- | forget that our first duty Is for our boys overseas, rml to seo that those who are making the supreme shcii-fice for our freedom and for tho safeguard of Christian civilization have the rlj;h' to tin, first ( It Is our duty to do our utmost in order to keep up their moral" and give tlie.'u ad ibn materia! and spiritual comfort! p.c-.sihV The great work undertaken by the Knights of '"oiumbus for tho Army Hut Association is surelv de- serving of all help. As the army it One in I'tilty, One In Loyalty and One in Work, so let all at home bo (>nn In I'mtv. An official receipt will ho given to every ; iibsi'tiber to thue: ' ^ 11 - PLEASED o.lher -ay : i ould you y. in-! y vir- I aW.'lll' j ho r it, "Si. liil lo death if she I the bad lit-ioaf." - -Fun. TEST FOR THOROUGHBREDS Wbli !i is tie- greatest, thoroughbred of in.! racing season'.' Cudgel, Commander 1'o.ts's groai handicap horse; lloamer, tiie mile n-c >rd holder, a .-peed wizard; Sun lirJar, a si.iasiiing threo year old. or protect '.ourr.ament te.-t Of A. e.'.ll'Cil . he w lllittee lie. idi no', a I'eCOgl local rule pi., into the ditch II-: dropped I penalty of on mitti-e juiitifi'-I ; A. Tiie couon | its ruling th,-,- i: i third hole. in 1 dii eh is not i I lia/ard, and ill I was ass-ui,;,.,; ,| | casual water, a i bail not con, ei|..i left it under p;,. (onsid'Teil as lo ; by A. and tho ii.ed, and lie was de. �i by 1 ii|). the com tiiat the illtch was of any and every soldier. All are wnlioiue. The huts provide a place where men in knakl. regardless of ( creed, may assemble for wholesome rocreHtlon. Welcome clubs are main tained In Jxuulon city whero large ii limbers of Canadians are constantly on leave. t'.ood clean literature, nowspapi rs, magazines, etc., are furnished regularly. An Information bur- j can is maintained and all possible statistics are there recorded for the loved I ones at home. j The Knights of Columbus in Can-tula decided, over a mouth ago, to! | endeavor k, raise the sum of five Gray Dort Motor Car Advance Rumeiy Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE U8 A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIOCE HOTEL PHONE 1544 I watnr hazard. A i  d thai a ball driven  mi tho third tee must I . of the ditch under' t r./ke. Was the com-1 in its action? ! itteo was Justified in 1 iost Ills ball on the i thi! first place, the i I'ec.ognlzi'd water I tiie second place, il :at the ball lay in �id, therefore, as A.| I the hole to Ii., but | tho ball must be j -'., and tho hole won I ! hum!)ed tiie i.'.d that it tlio bene tho Knights ( act in Irustei Army 11 nt ,\ thousand dollars to come to; o: the association In order ! may carry on its work fori fit of our boys overseas, and ! Columbus will simply I and agent for the said ; �oeintion under tlie di- j , rnrtlon of the Military Chaplain 1 vice, and is regularly recognized , the Canadian (ioveriimen;. ; The appeal Is made to all of i Canadian people, and It is to el'- ! bv ' our be Harry French Kxjiertrf around win ie r. debated folloiviti The br-'d-i i !�; n:"iiii 1'ayni; Whitney s three year old ./(jhre:;'.' are divhlod, and A ill: wo the Klove i liia i|iic-as ('licit ft. i-'-al te t .o'.v, ho'.v. i-i in men r Is tiie i! il i in the ' ti: He: ion igue tins will he a strong ' thorough- �!". i; t.ho no', "What g.'eat. war?" liiestlon for generation:! to come. ono test open to who or (ircumslaiice.) him I rom showing his overseas is to join a. ing gang ami play a a man prevent lilutt In Ibreiili-man'.s jiart And in if licit real harvest field, man's job. MUX CAMOUFLAGE ON LOSS OF SUBS i Amsterdam, yepi, In.- A semi-offi-' ( ial Cei'iniiii admiralty despatch, commenting on the li.t which the British admiralty pniili-hed of 150 I'-boat com-in ii.'-le.-s, wliose vcs.solM bail been (lis-I'.-ed of. i Ho i e aro some inuccur- � as lea reifiii'ding tiie rank of the offic ' ci'... '.vim h do.- not. allow conclusions ] to he drawn of tin- number of U-boats � Id.iI tint com hole.,: i "The (Jeriiiali p'-oplo know too well I of til" heavy figio .vhich is liecessitiU led by our I" hi..o crown and that,-. havi- to ! . ui-adi! by them in In-fct'ea-ilng numbe. Wo regret tho loss or the c boat , but il can bo under, stood by all experts In view of tho growing coupler.uioiiKures and tho greater number or U-boats sent out against the enemy. Serious reflection would only be Justified if tlie con-?truction of C boats did not surpaiw the, number destroyed." Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street 8outh, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng 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 MAT. TERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. EQUIPPED TO TAKE BATTERIES ONES SOLD. RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW E. ainsw0rth, Managei AUTO tires OF ALL SIZES vulcanized Py the. FnmoiiH Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING I)y Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Kqiilp-mont for Kim Cut Hopairs. r. d. ritchie tM 13th St. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills It Will Pay You To Use DIAMOND TIRES BLACK TREADS, RED SIDE WALLS Tire Perfection Baalim Motor Company P*ck of Union Bank THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;