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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f*AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. SEPTKMWW 1f>. 1918 Rugby News Toronto. Sept. 14.-Though n" official word has been received t>y the O.R.F.U. as regards the in'.cntif.n* of the Technical School of Hamilton r.5 far as lttipby is concerned this sc.is.in. a Hamilton story pive? it out tli:it "Tooh" will not lie in the panic this season, and that their place will probably be taken by the Creat War Veterans. The same story says that Walter Hoivrl! will apain have his Tigers in line. And as it is practically certain that two Toronto teams will run a senior or intermediate series, whatever" the teams may desire to call it. Technical were well pleased with their showing of last season, their first in the panic, and announced at that time that they would be in the Kame apain. The officers have decided to wait until next season. At that time they expect to have a playing field of their own and pood training quarters, end thus make it comfortable for both players and supporters. THE RfGHY .VOTES. : The Hamilton Tiger Cubs have no- ! titled the O.R.F.I7, that they would ' like to enter a team in the iunior | fierles alonp with the student teams. ; This ran ont he done, as Section A | is limited to school teams. However ; in Section 11 a place is provided for own and city teams. The Hamilton : and Toronto City Loaeues will likely run as O.R.F.U. junior groups, the, winners lo play off. > Haruia t'ol.'eeinle are the first to notify the O.It.t-M". of their intention ' to operate again this season. Practice; started last niplW, and Capta.n Pater-  pod writes that though half a dozen ! of last year's players are gone, thero, is plenty of material. j SERVICE STATION This is another Peter the ilreat year among the trotters, particularly the colt trotters, .tune lied. Brnsiloff, and half a dozen other babies arc takinp down the classics, and earning hip money for the owners. Peter the Great is the greatest living sire, in fact the greatest sire of all time. The blood is there, and blood tells. The blood of free men is in the veins of North. Americans. The news from the battlet'ront shows what kind of men this continent produces. Flack up the boys at the front by showing tho same spirit at home Help to set in the harvest. It's all in the game. neral during El But "Newsy" T'.ilks Up the Game While of Passing for a > > tory comes; � from Toronto to the effect that ! ; '�>.*�wsy" Laltinde may be the managing director of the reorganised Quelle Hoi ki y Club r.-'x' .winter. As will In remembered t!i- fran-' 'chise was bought, subject io the ap-\ proval of the othe,- owners of clubs in the National Hockey League by ; Per > Quinn. of Toronto, "Newsy" who took part on the Ot-j t.'iwa side in a '.across.- match nrrang-led by him between Ottawa and Nationals yesterday, when seen about ; ' the matter said: j "I do not know anything about , it." but there was. a twinkle in his eye which made the man who interviewed him doubtful. "I am not even certain that 1 will play hockey." said the man who certainly has been the greatest exponent ; of the two games combined, during the last decade "I am just wondering ' whether or not to leave sport entirely j alone for the future." i ��["armer" George Kennedy, if Can-'adian and general sporting fame, who 'with Mrs. Kennedy and their little , datight-r. lias ;ust retunvd from a ! several months' sojourn in "he l.aur-;f-n;i?.n.-. and looks as if he were fit to ; tackle any wn stler or boxer, to a fore-victory, also expressed himself �olutely ignorant of anv definite regarding Quebec. "It is too to think of or talk hockey," he J harvest lias been pa-t week, and the hum of the thresh-iim machines is in the air. While it will be some time before complete returns are available It Is now estimated I that the average yield for the district : will be between 1." and 2� bushels per acre. ; Mis; Allen, of Lethbrid.se. was a 1 weekend visitor at th'e home of Mrs. i I'r.m-to.in last week, j K. .1. Kossiter paid a business visit here yesterday. .!. Harris is away this week looking > over the hay conditions in the north. For some time some of the encr-getie people of the district have been Calgary. Sept. lii.-A special dispatch from Ottawa to the Herald says: Tho resignation of Commander .I.K.L. Ross as chairman of the Pensions Hoard has created somewhat of a sen-i sation in political circles. Tho gov-j eminent will be compelled to take up | immediately the question of reorgan-j ization of the Pensions Hoard. (If tho 1 three original members of the board ' only one now is left. Major Todd. Col. I Labatt resigned following tho report I of the pensions committee of tho , house of commons, which showed that ' he had been drawing u full pension � as totally disabled. Major Todd for j tlit? time being Is In charge but two ' new commissioners will have lo be thinking it would lie possible to hold j appointed Immediately, a Lyceum circuit in the village. Some! Frictlsn Was Cause, time aito action alone these lines was I Commander Ross is .not .in Ot-commenced and these have been com-i tawa today, but It is well known that dieted and on Wednesday night last \ his resignation Is a result of friction Calgary. Sept. 11.-"The chief thing is for Canada to get the money, and the" only way to get it Is from lax-exempted bonds," staled Lord Shatigh-nessy on Saturday morning in an interview, when questioned as lo what he thought of any proposal to tax victory bonds. "If (hoy are to lie taxed either the rate of interest must be increased or the selling rate reduced. Manifestly it vyould be fairer and more equitable to all If tho liomlf were taxed, but HENRY J.DENN Proprietor All Make* of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 WE BOIL 'EM We boil your radiator in a preparation. that thoroughly cleanses it, making it easy to discover and fix leaks. We are better equipped In this way than Calgary-having tho only boiling outfit In tho flls-trict. . ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) I want to be a soldier And with the soldiers stand, With a little helmet on my head. And a grenade In my hand. And when 'gainst Bulgar, Turk or Hun I'm battling in this bout. I hope that I score many a run Before tho Umpire calls me "OUT!" -Contributed, i gore as ale plans eariv said. OH Country Football Scores a meeting of those interested was held lit the K.!\ hall. A good number ot the Women's Institute members and also a nui'.ber cf the K.P.'s were present. The object ot the meeting w \s explained in detail by Mrs. Uuchanan. a'lo-r which Mrs. Harris moved and Mr. Uubie seconded that Mrs. W. .1. Ruchanan be president. This was carried unanimously. Miss Livingstone was elected secretary oti the motion of Mr. Uuchanan, seconded by Mrs. Noble. The secretary was instructed to write to Calgary to find out defln-l itely the date of flic first concert. It j was intimated that W. A. Buchanan, i MP. of L-'thbridge. had promised to> con;.' out and give i,;s address on the; war situation in Kurope and, the impressions tie had gained during his. recent trip to the front. As the date � of this lecture bad not been fixed, it' was decided to :.-k Mr. Buchanan to: ! make it at the end of this month if! at all possible so :n to fit in with the j ; other dates. Arranaeuients were also1 i made to get out posters to advertise : the different gatherings and to gcrter-' ally stir up interest in tho meetings, i | Ticket sellers were also appointed and; 1 at the time of writing the sale of these I had been very good. The other dates and elt-ss of entertainments will bo announced in our next notes. i with the civil service commission. Commander Ross, as a business man accustomed to handling his own affairs, wanted to have tho right to � employ his own help, he objected : to the. civil service commission mak-i ing the. appointments, lie. claimed, it i is understood, that many of tho em-| ployes had to be experts, doctors, '; etc., who could not be hired on any I examination system or by any method j of competition. CHINESE DONATE 10 THE RED SHIELD the minister has thoroughly considered all these points, ami considers thai the best way to get the money for Canada's use, which is very by the system of tax-exempted bonds. Securities thai are free from taxation in this way. have proved very attractive to the buyer, and there is no doubt I that it Is the, best way lo r.iise the 1 money." The train conveying the president | and his party arrived In Calgary this ! morning at seven o'cloe!.. and as the train le;l for Banff two hours later. � Lord Siiaughnessy in response m a re.nie ,i for an interview stated that be had aid all that he cared to say lo the press for the present and had no tiling more to say. Mayor Custello was present |(> greet His Lordship, as j well a* n number of local railroad old-I cials. At Gneff. Banff. Alia.. .Sept. ia L nessy, accompanied by the directors of the CPU. enroute west on a tour A successful meeting was the Chinese National league held hall in I of inspection. d�traln�diatcly :'Uo have been attending him at Oriental poui^, ;!> summer home, alnco he. was slriclcen swwta-y^g-^/wiw^^ j with pmiumoiv* z uion'n ago. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" . Bury 1. County ;; Oldham Ath Preston North (l-Vniii ."iar i CAT! CorrnsDorulentl aymond, Sept. i;',.-A memorial 'ervice was held in the Pieabylerlan church Sunday evening, September S, for Pie. James J. Fantley, wdio died of wounds received in the great advance of the Canadians of August Sth. The little church was well filled by many representative citizens to pay a last tribute to one who has paid the supreme great sac: ifleo for the great (aiise. pie. Fantley wa.s the son of Mr. :uid Mrs. Win Baker .who have four other .sons in thi-- great conflict. Arthur Fantley. who left here with tho famous 10th Battalion, wan wounded and gassed at th  second battle of Ypi's, April ran, :;obert Baker, who i iiM.-.'i el v.1'1! the v.. h Mounted liiile.i and proceeded overseas with the first draft, .Line, luir,. and went to Franco soo naft, was captured and ha� been imprisoned in Germany ever since. James Baiter and Charles Fantley went overseas with the i::th Mounted Rifles early in 1!HH, an I both in France, I James being in Hie Canadian Light I!' n and f'^'-a j with t.i-i same to the uianv players who have left the j "',',!,' , , ,,, A various schools'it was lelt that a bet-i, ''' UlnesB. I he dead result if an age limit waa placed on | m:u> '�* w�" vf>!ir W> 1111,1 ho(l tho juniors. It was decided that all'1"'1'11 desipondent since. There re- Manche letlc m-pire from London announces that entries for the famous Derby and Oaks Stakes for 1020 show a marked Increase on those for the liUfl event. For next yoar'p Derby i'Jll nominations wore received, but these have been Increased to 279 for the 1920 race, whilst !ho Oaks entries have gone up from 193 to 227. King George evidently Intends to maintain his interest in racing and It is pleading to note that il10jflvo nominations to cither race stand In his name. Vancouver, B.C., Sept. l.V-TiOrtl Shauglinessy, president ot tho t.P.lt, with bis party of directors of the company have practically rcachod tho end ot their cross-contluont tour of inspection, arrivml in Vancouver on Sunday night at 11:30 after a splendid .... across the Dominion. Their impression of conditions across tho prnl-i rio.-i have strengthened their boliet in the great future that 1U-S bofore Canada In her share in tho participation in the world effort of reconstruction when war ends. Tim party will remain in Vancouver until In'o Monday night and will then sail for Victoria, arriving I here on Tuesday morning. They return to Vancouver on Thursday morning and leave Friday night, going to Kdmoiitoii and Saskatoon on (tie return across the prairie.-.. "This is not yet the period of reeon-, -.rection." I,-ml Slmiighnc.on said. I "and plans for the west must neces-isarily wait. But the lime is nearer I when there will be a great period of ; development. It Is to Canada tnul Us ' resources and its freedom Hint the. steps of many will turn. Immigration j to Canada will be resumed after war 'ends, and this immigration will be ! increased bocau.-.e of the war. Tho 'reconstruction period following the ' war is In a measure still a dark page. ' We must face many of the problems i as they arise but. preparations are I being inaile to adjust Industrie.! lo a i change in production In the eve.pi. Mf ja cessation of hostilities Canada . with her great resources will bo able j to adapt herself and adjust be - Industrie-- very i|iiit kly after Hie u ur Is I over. ' | Speaking further of reconstruction, nereisarv is' "'; ''""diliip believes lhat it will be a '' ' i Huge umleriakilig. lie hoped thai long before ho-lilltics ceased the government of Canada would have made complete arrangements for the 'demobilization of troops and fur the ; rehabilitation of those now fighting, i lie hoped thai the government had , laid plans lor the gradual assembling , of troops and of the worl.ing unit and ; women employed jn war work One 'or the first industrial enterprises af-� ter the u.u should be llie production : of finished product.i for devastated : F.urojic Lord Shaiigtines� doe;, nut 'see ihat the industrial ill - Carliauce : caused iv neii ibe munition tiianiitactur-j ing plants shut down will be serioui j because Canada will be lalb-d upon �Immediately war cuds to produce great jiiuantitics of articles for war-swept d Sliaugh. i Kurope. There will be a particularly heavy demand for lumber, ami this was ot especial interest to Hie province of British Columbia with its great wealth of timber. Lord Shauglinessy was of the opinion ihat immi-gr;.tion from enemy countries would be discouraged, though in time the bitter feelings against the enemy nations would be reduced and immigration may again be resumed. This would require a long time. Though Canada would be the aim of many Immigrants from countries other than enemy countries In Kurope, he did not think that this stream would begin to flow toward Canada for some llttlo time after tho war n� th� ships hero would all be reiiulred In bringing hack the Canadian troops. If there wore ::Oii,ufio Canadian troop* overaena when the war ends it. would tako ton months to bring thorn back at tho ralo of ,'!(i.0(in a month and then before ilm boats were released for actual immigration traffic Canada would have found herself and woahj ho In a position to lecelvo and absorb them. players who have reached the age of eighteen before the first of October cannot play junior, but must be classed as seniors. Furthermore, it waa decider! that players who have become twenty one in-fore the first, of October cannot play Rugby at all. No i-'ched-ules were arranged last night, but it was announced that, the same teams an last year will play. The schedules will ho arranged later, and the season will be in full, swing shortly. lo.,s seven orphan- ! main:-, to mourn hi eel children. Leah, the daughier or Charles Me-Curly ia laying seriously ill with an attack of beiuorrage. All the young friends of Leah wn.b here a speedy recovery. IS VERY ILL RAILWAY LOSES Washington, Sept. M.-Applications of the Detroit United railways for temporary Injunctions restraining tho city of Detroit from enforcing an ordnance regulating -street ear fares in that city until an appeal, ponding In the supreme court, has been acted upon, wan denied yesterday by Associated Justice Day, who heard tho case this week at Canton, Ohio. BUYS SEATTLE P.-l. H'-attlc, ii lit. II. -Tho Seattle Pout-, Intelligencer was today purchased by Clark 11. N'ettleion, a prominent local engineer and railroad contractor, from A. H. Taylor and )|iB associates, who have been in control of the property since P.U2. NcUloton, a former newspaper mail assumes personal management of the properly as ;piiblfslier and president. The first Issue of the paper u.iui-r ''< new ownership tt'lll occur tomorrow moit,;.-y Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Acc�iiorlt�. Batterlet, Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrlrifle, Alta. W, H. Dowllno Your Storage Battery Is the | Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSE8 OF LOS8 OF POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BATTERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELl CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. EQUIPPED TO TAKE BATTERIES RECHARGED, ONES SOLD. OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW E. AINSWORTH, Manager WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MOTOR CAR ACCESSORIES VEEDOL OIL DIAMOND TIRES i Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRE8 AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 37 ;