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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIinniDGE DAILY HERALD KIUDAY, SF.l'TOIBER 1.1, 11)18 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus SAV IF \OU CO OOT '-�- V/1TH THAT TIE ON -TCU'LL, �wm>( TV.I-b '.--. THE. ^TtLE.- i rvfuxtr ! 61 cOLux  i .jettin' vvo'*.rvv.o 'vj'cx't tmm !iot- M-V-i OS". ONE ; vjitm that to.", e.r-i- i mu^t *-i riNl> him - _____ ':4 *> ttE-MJTIFUL TiF. aND J,otH ^o�_o Tvyrr. r IT'S An ART tO PICK OUT e>ECCM\NC, v VH\N AND OObT LIKE THIS ONC- F OF THE C. M. S. GUILD Vancouver. Sept. i:>.-Tin' rn3-.nl commission silling mi the cpioslinns m. difference ImM (vi'fli Hi" Canadian Merchant Service (iiiilil ami the roustwise steamship companies lias concluded j its work, so far as. the coast skipping , is concerned, ami \V. I'!. Hums, the ' 1 hairman. has brought In llii' report. Ill' fllllls. Willi till' eolieUITt'llOe (if .1. i !! MoVcu ami K A. .lames, that. Hin I guild should ln> i-t>i' available. Tin' : 111I1I In o- its claini for classification oflicois. Two weeks' vai'aMo'i on full pay are recommended "i.ch year. T .venty four hours free off ilm v 1' :� : 1  1 i". grat'.!"d after fourteen or i more days U'oni llo' homo aorl. Tin' e Spor HOLLOCHER IN SELECT GLASS OF SHORTSTOPS BARNEY OLDFIEL O'S ANATOMY BASEBALL IN WAR TIME S(:ir Infielder One of the Shortfielders to Hit -.100 Holloc'lier v..', -'.hi.'' shortstop 1 'mure in the DR. HENRI BELAND Sketch of Man Who Spcnkr, Tonight. i claim for extra wages for vessels out 'of Piinee Uupcrt is disallowed. Winnipeg si reel railway will make an aiteiupt to lner",ise fares. Toronto Globe: PaiV re :rom irate ,-i\  r.icTii:. v� o". bo" .It .1 , a: ami ;.-.,.!. i -no. - la!--: Parr rni a 'I.'.!'..It- ii- - n'; '-. n - � '-v v ::a::v TV." ao "\ � 1- 1.,.".::..: . ", -i w'::a* - a. i .' \ �- h 1 ';�� "u ' ." .-'.ir^i' !:.i^;::.: hlfl :� I.'"-' ;���;:�- �. en Si:!-;i.,.!.:.- TSs..... ar % - ...veuir- if 1 >:�ifi. hair 'ai' .'..-le; f r..:n 1! I. mark,:>: f-.-it of ?:.� �ur>;->ii� ! pai-m,: . H>.;-:- ! m. r  ..t *he > 1'.. 1 � 11 'hi at .it >::'.y i� t':'.� �>:i'.y *-'a--':i thai : a �� ' \ ['...moa.' r.ox 4 -years ,->'. ! .::.�!.!� 1 :) fo'.low >.; his . .i;v..-''i'.1'n -'u:i' a.i'l til;.' a at all �' e � ..lit- .v:��..:::ob:!.> . ;a--i ^ this Injured in 1 *03. V'.,-. !,., '.. ;� ; s-i.ii'.:..- F'..;r Tie) ' ! e iv. to ,!];:: ,'. ., � li-.l'iini; ! r \ai ie- v !. .:; . rn I'a. .fi -r- I  1 r"-rii f '> alth 1 I'.r.C trait'. a * :i a ,'he ear was -a: LkV ' 11 '. . If. .1 ! ' �a a' |>o'.i!!i!li:>r .1 >� -iiorisiop who had hat 1 ar !-!et; her l-.av : presen ads th. a. rific e more 1 : mar C",'a bun' .uiiir.. s ..round in stolon 1 "aicaKo-Manii, triples. --. M.t- S.lCfi- ll'i -ii lief i.v.r ir 1 >:>.�; '{ .'. is ;-.id tro:. w ,.�:! !:> . ar -': ;!� ::iv  ed a::d h- h.i 1 a man. l!.'.-.:s f r::. . lea .iv. (): M.'rkle: i.'.o .'.1 k : more h; �; as:-l Klac':; n rkl" and I'a-'lfrt. ye ;:.is Hol!ooaer made .lu'.y ',.; ^(hlinst Premier-I'ii.'llies and on Aiikusi . inter of the same com-:� ol his iji! , ,,n ih,, l.ist his services to th., corps who fou^lil under his own tlaK Ile was leinpoi ' nrily attiieheil 10 the t'oltish fane a-su'.i'eou. and. . otutnunlcal in.; direclly for the first lime with Ins home i;ov-erninenl in Canada, volunteered !rs services to the Canadian oversea strength That offer was at onei� tie cepttal and the callaut ex-minister ml a parllaineiu.ii'' j ^ils commissioned as major In the him a "firow ti-up." | Army Medical Corps oT the Canadian Overseas Forces. I Hut he was not destined then to join the fluhtillK fellow-ell h'.ells oil th" fields of France Hurini: the elosini-scenes of th" sh'Ke of An'werp he 1 was wuiindeil. and. with the (ierinan ! occupation of the city, was taken I prisoner. The story of Dr. Heland's i heroism at Antwerp lie.ame known in : Canada by the thrilling leii-r of an 'officer of the I'.ritish marines The was made to him 10 wail I wounded men whom he was j to attend were brought in out of the \ zone n: fire, but the heroic French-Canadian was not built thai way, lie went to the tile post of ,1'UV. Which was the post 01 daiiKer. and paid the penally of a patriot. The Hermans invaders removed Dr. Poland to Ilerlin. where for three years iie was confined in the big miii- elected him president amid much en- ! ''"'>' Prison in the centre of the city, thusiasm -ami their piesident he lias j he was a prisoner his wife, remained all these wars. 1 wh" *;IV -a.1- l.-s-in think !  i- .....-s>,,,! a 1 ! � " de;,,, jit:\ t :i, i .: a :i:;.im; a ...i:r.;>:. " 1oti.i, i'a' . S.-i-t.-'r.'ier '. .a  a },.: r .>� ie.: ;.-.!> w ..jKd.- I O! i '.i::e t 1 if- 1 a. c. a ,.y ::',� -! 1.' ',f in,, (cants. ] cranted 'the chance'' so dear :,-h-r i- fe-.d:-;- ,?;ls. He 1 ;,,.,,.. than two errors j n,. undf-rstandiuK of ;he people :son and his ..,,,! j,^ :ini(| u],,)n them-..a intense witiioiu a mi?-j i.atin affection-are attributable to I the manner of man he is I 12 rhaiuvs \ remained a bov. He never (,-ot too! : tl-innitiK came 1 |U1. tor the old home. His holidays ; '.;reai and i-ntliusi- j Dr. Heland ' ast'1' thrones of people and ur^im; i their consi-eration to war endeavor. | NotwiihstaiuliiiK all he has suffered, he plans to return to France to serve' with the Canadian torces. His appeal w ere nts August -'. 1 A,d the vonni,' full, �a was duly -. 1 :iier.d.-'." 1 up with the j surprised only one man-Dr j land himself-wiu-n, in the sumim f li'll. nine years after he came to his ".special 10 f"''"''v' Izens Is not "Co.' It lb! .ad the same rei five putouts, fiv He- ('01111 The story of this splendid and heroic Canadian is one worthy of the noble record which all Canadians have � vs. \; l-'t. ."J. s ' !'. \ C,. n 1- ' [a ,'ir \ .1 11 .'I. v H il .  .! v 1' WE BOIL EM We boil your radiator in n preparation that tho:oui;lily ek-ans.-s it, making it ir.-y to discover and fix leaks We pre better equipped In this way than Calvary -iiavmi! tti.-only hoilfiiK outfit in the dis trict ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel �. V S,, -:  1 '. Pa'- 1 , ; .--it: .is Sa. !: '. it:..- to '!u-> I .: Ol Uieid, who could we sr ii'.v tor we'ind- rt-c.-'ve.l m v........i..- !. > ties, i-xi.e. t- to uo t'ilttlt >'�: cis .-, a soi! ri.lilii? aj-attisf fat.- ..:.d tie worlds spe.-d rt cords ,1 Nei- M.irt - 1 nam . W K alt- . I' hav- on.e from three major,1 i:ii-h"d first with! of said shortstops j Portland. The parliament, lie was asked to join the 1 aohi.-ved in flK.'itlnr, son joe. Two cabinet of Sir Wilfrid Laurier as post- 1 Wl'"'i' am>. when he had ended liis master-Reneral for Canada. His term \ Mrl"'-1 -^'"och to ihc va.-,t ero.vd In office wa, short, for in the Kcneral  wh|,'h Kn'etod him at Three Itiver : election whicli followed some ilionths r.pi.-d m p.!., with Dave Han-1 hite,-, the i;overnnient of which he the Whit.. S� x last year with J %V11S a member was defeated, though His �lio:'- 1 now : .hoi'. the Cub W A N Par' P. Pea . - A Mai a \ ;'.'. \-. P I! T  1 \s W. !' C y - '. vs. II. W. 11 ' il. n. Ml' P-rtnefa- 1 ''.>�  hatnpioi! hip .-tore a nuuiii.-r o. 11 ad be.-n j.!.,;.,d. Ti tu'.irn.-;,' � n far -a .-r.-t l.ar.dd Ti.i...-!  t'k. woo defeated ; oroitKi, 'i" ii.'(,'le.s. IClltlie-' ,,',-d .lap pi..;,-.- a ill ! On'; in .-.'.'li ele OH; but not Halle-.' a' he.i panne lit is tit.'tt het,.,ee|| moil,ill, of \'eW !e!V;l P.-naie. of Paris. Sept. U e.-nmeiit ha . 1 tiie intei n.it iona! 11 all the entente pie ,."Uied. the ta.-.k 01 violal ions of t he !., the (iermans have tiie western front. Pari'-. Thuf French kov -�i-il 10 confido to mmittee, on which ,,-ni will be repre- authentleatliiK all v of nations', which heen guilty of on says the Kclio I)' in- was re-elected to the House. Hut it v.as admitted on all sides that he proved a Kood postniaster-ip'iicral. Hut the most in.spirim; part of the Htory of Dr. Heland is war history. When in l'.'Jl the war cloud burst and tl'.e Hun" hordes, npuruiiiK tIn* sanctity of the "scrap of paper," drove their devastating course throuKh little lielnium, he was iioli-daying with his bride in Flanders. Within twenty-four hours after llrit-ain had drawn Hie sword to stand by her pledged word. Dr. Heland had thrown aside his civilian coat, rolled up his sluuves and set. himself to! I service. He was tho first Canadian i tr; come under Herman lire, ami lie i .served, during the opening w> ei,.- ot ' the war. with the Helglan army in j I he field. I When the Hrillsb marines arrived I at. Antwerp, Dr. Heland transferred it is related that a little hoy of nine years who had listened with eager ears and eyes, turned to his mother! ami exclaimed: "When I grow big I'm j telanci:" That Is aj for all Flight Lieut, Howard Ijoi 1 l;tjt an Auiu;-'imji S.iir 0\(*i.'t\1S bc'iuiM*, tu 11 {ll!- nwn u its ),!''rS)n f�f-: !?�-�! ',!i;tWII|,' � Oil* i\\v. m ;kk! I f.in ;i � ! antT ami in.!'; 11'intiti lalilr sli.vvc willi than ,uiy utlu-i I * wr \-^r:\ I lia\t: Uivd mo:.l of lliot.i " Pretty Strong Evidence of tli'* *;.itir ob- tanKv! frt. going to be He] worth-while resolve "He 11 Heland.'' PAIt f.f A M K.N'TA IMA X. ol us FIVE DEAD IN HOTEL FIRE n . Cobalt, Ot:: , Sept. 11. -Five persons known to hav,. met death and five in the men open ; o'hers reported mi--dug tin 11 result of . one of the t.volii di 'ruction by lire of the. Iroquois defeat,-,] ,; �,: !,.,�.! at Iroquoi-; Calls, on the T. &. o won '.torn Hurt BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" ike mi.Xed in, piavm;' > oiCs !' ipioll. 1, o: T tu' .- eict I lick.- ,'bri el', ate.l �onto. i.-! kmor'nti T-irotito, � , Mr-. XII lltir.ld Tavlor, State �. junior Mi.-: Kllii ami ::. , N. i). rail'-va ; 'e,da. of Mr of t VOIHIK ' i: i lei--, "il found. * e .t.-rilay. Ho far Ihe and .Mra. Lester and two 11 a a 1 Frank Martin have Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. I Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllntj 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 RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW ONES SOLD. E. AINSWORTH, Manager J EDMONTON WILL HELP i'liii'i' i- defeated IM. I'-l. il.gle ' W. II DECKFASE IN EXPORTS. Pan.-, .-..pt. Ij. The official ga soli" l-iibi. -�,...! -.tali-sties Miowhig a ; ,,tfieienl gasoline imiria'd a,-, ii-j-i- in Spain's imports � created and e.sj.o ..: tiie v. P'lO l~ for the lir ii seven monlin ar, -jOl&My as conn,and to i Kdnionton, s. pt l-The. Hduionloii I Automobile Uui. at. I ilio Alberta Mot-j or league liave ,, "nested their uiein-ilii: mid all automobile owners In the I province to avoid ail unnecessary 'use of automobile.-; un Buuduy until tirpltiH has heen mil slinv ibe nllled natloil'i that the motorists gladly deprive themselves for the benefit of those ropro-iicutitnj tUi-tu uii the tiedd of battl�. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Hy the Fnmoim Haywood Hysletn RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Nxporlmioed Worltmon. All work giiarantond. Rpoclnl ICaulp-ment for Kim Out Kopnlrs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S, Opp. Ellison Mill* WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MOTOR CAR ACCESSORIES VEEDOL OIL DIAMOND TIRES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR QLD TIRES AND TUBE3, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 757?5534715916 ;