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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta *AGE SIX THE LETMDniDGE DAILY HERALD IHrnSOAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1018 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMaru do^'t voo THINK >T't) much nicer �m^o !-*evt for r Cut .^ivs r-sCN,M-i,.\n 0��-'Mv '*i Win' am sittuv 1 V.MOWN f-l'b ClOg. jms CA-iU-l ^UNtRMLf COr^r� ilv ,".rvO'�"T T.MI.} _ T,MC V.1TM Hl^ BUCKET- DLiVlIN POOL VJlTH JERR,s:.ic! s: There hav, sts. the tirst :e Ke,l Sox iiav.' dor in live, v, in!,. a fid's t' ti V won their �'tity :i return' 1 Braves in he annual which ev c.nir.-i a His dam th d>' SIC 'III. in Mlnorii and host of other Kngland and later on in Argentina Hy right of inheritance it is no �onder h>� is able to race up to his distingmsheii lineage and relationships, !t is j-.ot given him to reproduce his kind when his racing days shall end. but he has a handsome younger haK brother i:i The Wanderer, which may have that good fortune in reserve. to wo the Jimmy t'ol heir firs .ip: tiring tiv. d with the tile pe-(','. Ill'- I hampiot .:!" Jak in victo a i'ira:' el ship Ph it :ti in ag.t. d to til �d the It. his glit game The sum. If. til. rid d t! d -s.irv e.l i ilr �Iinr on the prop-Hrav.-s cir i if Host m ,n ading his n:.. le Atlliet es. p; it gam . rown v. li�'.,d an ! n '1 i. C,e. to l'u',1 ' t� .1 111 K-.l :ia. ! U li^ ' at tli � lour ' I 1 \V. 1 "delvi!!- and his ollici'is in connection ivi'li the voting of soldiers, in tiuit elec-t. a Stanislaus I'oulin. a St. John's lav. y.-r. who was a scrutineer, gavn ' the court an amusing account of his �!��; on lay exporieneps. In his poll. Mr IVulii: said. 61! out of '.'7 voters .i - cued their votes to ." j I'a't, K'nigiit came next. He was a|  I- ;e|iy pr-e-iiijng eihcer nt tlto olee- i He answere i ttie i|uestions on ballot envelope in I'ao same mail-a- .".IT others at ti" barracks. He British subject who came to Can-in li'l! and enlist, d in December, AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING 4 REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repain. R. D. RITCHIE 200 13th St. S. Opp. Elllton Mills Montreal. Sept. The challenge cup presented by Lord Shaughnesss. representing the chanipioti-hip of the seniors' golf association of Canada and competed for at Dixie this week for the first time, was won b�y deorge S. Lyon, of the Lambtin (iolf Club of Toronto. On Monday, the opening day of the tourney, Lyon went over the course in 7-1 and with his handicap of three, j had a net score of 71. I Yesterday lie went over the course j in 7S and. with his handicap of three, I had a net score of 7c. or a gross ' score of 1,";;. and a net .icore of H7. j which was well in advance of the other best scores. ' "PETE" FOR SIBERIA. , An: ins? the Toronto officer: clio.-en ; fur Lie Canadian ICxpoditi.mnry Force fr/ Siberia is Lieut. "Pete" ! (Tiaritipi., the well known Toronto | hoc k.-y player ' lvte" plivcd on i i the il-fc :ne .if tin.* Marlboro-' when i j they wen tile u.H.A. senior chain-I plon.ihin. defeating Perth in the I final. The Marlboro* made an at-' I tempt to lift the Stanley Cup and t :o:, tae ll'-r is a mil 1'.' 1Explaining his vote, ho said his gliding princ iple was to apply his vote to chamhlay-Vercberrs |{e had re-j peace , saled in Fort William, but might have 1 his vote by applying there as ; London. Sept. IS.-The American j proposals, at the labor conference, declare, "it to be an umiualified deter-� mlnation to do all that lies in our j power to assist our allied powers In i marshalling all ihllr resources to 1 the end that the armed forces of the ' central powers may be driven from the soil of the nations which they had invaded and now occupy and that these armed forces shall be opposed so i long as they carry out their policy : of conquest." The fundamental principles which i must underly the peace treaty nro de-! clnred by the American delegates to I be as follows: "A league of the free peoples of the world in a common covenant for genuine and practical eo-operntion to so cure justice and therefore peace In the relations between the nations. No political or economic restrictions meant to benefit some nation? and cripple or embarass other-i. "No indemnities or reprisals based upon vindictive purposes or a deliberate, desire to injure, but to right manifest wrongs. "The recognition of the rights of small nations and the principle that 'no people, must be forced under a sovereignty under which It does not wish to live'. "No territorial changes or adjustments of power except in the furtherance of the welfare of the peoples affected and in the furtherance of world BOARD OF APPEAL Ottawa, Sept. 17.- An order-in-coun-ell has been dealt with by the government, constituting the judicial trjlmn-al to which appeals may be taken from orders issued by Commissioner i'rin-gle fixing the price of newsprint. The appeal tribunal will have power to hear additional evidence In the event of either the manufacturers or the publishers objecting to any orders issued, but all orders will jiemain effective until the tribunal has given Judgment. It is understood (he tribunal will consist of Judge- Archer, of the siipienn,. court. Montreal; Judge Masten and Judge Middleton. of the Ontario supreme court. PROSECUTE DRUGGISTS Kiliiiontoii. Sept. 17.-Instructions have been given by the altrirney-geii-erul's department to the provincial police to begin prosecution of druggist i and other dealers throughout the province who are .selling patent and proprietary medicines in violation of the Llcpmr Act. The law provides that such medicines containing more than two and one-half per cent, of proof spirits cannot be legallv sold. IIDENT AT BATTLEFRONT /From Our Own CoiTcai">ntl�nO lhironti. Kept. 18.--.Mr. Knn Wnlnh, .1.1'.. has Just received n lottor from his son Seymour of (he Canadian artillery in which the young; aoldiur relates a nil her thrlllliiK incident. In his own experience at the front, it appears that young Welsh and Bevonil other soldiers wero billeted in a house within range of the Ucrrimn Runa. During Hie night a shell fell squaroly on the building, killing all the, occupants except l'te. Welsh and another soldier. They happened lo be nwako and sprang through a window betoro the shell exploded. Both were almost burled In the debris of the wrocltod building hut extricated themselves unhurt. On another occasion young Walsh was standing agnlnst ti tree when a shell burst In Hio branches overhead, yet lie escaped without, a scratch. He went overseas with a Lelhbridge battery In lit Hi. S. II Sherwood of Slialitioun, III., arrived In town on Tuesday evening of his! week to look after the threshing and marketing of his crop. Mr. Sherwood owns several farms hf^'e, II F. Lehman of North Limn. Ohio, in also here looking after the threshing of his crop ri'trth-uufi! of town. Farmers aro being agreeably surprised by the returns of their crops, tlio yield in most cases being higher than was estimated, Henry Anderson, just east of town', has threshed two fields, one of which went twenty-eight anil the other thirty-live bushels to the acre, and Mr. Chapman, west of .town, has threshed a thirty bushel crop. If any of the ladles of the Barons church ever believed in the supers!!-Hon about Friday, and especially Friday the Hlth. being an unlucky day they cannot, believe it any longer, as i both factors failed to operate against : the opening meeting of the Ladles' j Aid held at Mrs. Archie Campbell's on i Friday of last week. The meeting j was successful beyond the expectations of the most hopeful and quite u j large number of now members wero i added to fho roll. ! \V. ||. Stephens has returned to town I to look after his farming interests, but left his family at Lacombe where j he has been drilling wells for Che pas: : three months or so. 1 If weather conditions continue fav- j orable Die end of this week will see | most of the grain in the district threshed, about eighty per cent, being ul reaily in the elevators. There Is not. ! a stook to be seen within live miles of town and most of the grain in the out- �lying districts has also been threshed. I The Ministerial Association met hero yesterday and were entertained to i lunch by the ladies of the. church Many mutters relating to the welfare of Die church and the community were, discussed and some good addresses were delivered. w a- a Libera! was elected by acclamation. B--sJdes. there was not room to put the places ho had lived In visited Ottawa, but were im-mrce ful. In the first fame they led ) at half time, but were behind the fini.-h. The next season "He- at Willed SERVICE STATION * tae won HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes 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 Wo are better enulnpod in this way than Calgary-having the only boiling outfit in the district. ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) SISLER PUTS ON KHAKI I George Sisler. first-ha�eman of the ! St. I.ouir- Cardinals, has elected m ! iigiit tlie Hocfie instead of accepting | essential employment or war work ! In a telegram to the management o: i the Lebanon Ste.,-1 Leagu- chili, who (sought his services, Sister stated i that he had accepted a commission in the army, where ho will *erve ; with his old manager. Branch Kiek�-y. who ha-, also enlisted "SHAG" FOR SIBERIA. Frank Shaughnessy, former coach of the Nicdill I'nlverslty football team and manager r,f the Ottawa baseball team in the Canadian League, has been appointed to,, the Canadian Expeditionary Force which is going to Siberia. For the past two years. Shaiighnefsy has been with the Canadian Klein Artil'.ery, now being a lieutenant In the 74th Battery at ('amp l'etaw�wa. played for when they title 'n.'lie..; "| abode in Beriin. the senior title. Marlboro* again, the oil.A. senior ere " took up hi.s and that team won The next, vear lier- '.in were tos-ed out for profossioual-i ism. After that "Fete" played in the I Canadian Le igue He went overseas with the ;;ith Battalion from i Niagara Camp early in Bil.", and ! saw long service in tile trenches. HOPPE IN SAFETY CLASS. down all Canada. ('apt Knight, as editor, accepted 'responsibility for what had appeared in "Knots and Lashings." including : tii" specimen ballot published in the c-leciion extra, showing soldiers how to assign their votes to Chambly-I Verchcres. The witness could not say why : Cha.'ubly-Vorrhcros was chosen. He I l.imseii mid' met Mr. Kainviile. "Most i of us wished to have one Union repre-; s'-ntative at least in Quebec. We | thought Mr. Ralnville had a chance. I As a mathematical proposition it was I useless !0 t,ut in votes in St. Johns," I he said, j "Was it suggested k, the men in the ; barracks that they should answer tho 'questions in the way they did?" "I emphatically deny that there was ; any canvassing done by any officer or I man." Overstocked For One Day Only, Saturday, September 21st, we will sell 3%-ukIi Chains at............$3.25 4-inch Chains at..............$3.50 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" New York, Sept IV--Tin- appeal of Willie Hoppe. balk ine biiliard champion, against being placed in i hc.-s i-A of ii..- chart under the "Work or Fight" rule has been up hcbl by the district board of New York- Hoppe's local hoard had placed j him in 1 A because of depend en!/, but recently placed him >n the top class, declaring billiard playing as an occupation was iion ec^cniial. The district board, however, gave him his original classification. Hoppe will soon Mart on an exhibition tour for the benefit of the Ued Cross. YOU CAN'T ALWAYS TELL Joe Shugrue, former middleweight boxer, who makes his home in Waterhiiry. Conn, recently was rejected by the army suri/eons at Camp lievous. Ay.-r. Mas- because of defective eyesight. Fi\e or six years ago Shugrue was or.e of the leading j boxers of his *.-ig);t in the country land enjoys the distinetlon of lining i the only boy ever to knock out Benny Leonard. The proposals assert that the fol lowing basic principles should also be incorporated in the treaty of peace: "In law and in practice the principle shall bo recognized that the labor of a human being Is not a commodity or an article of commerce. ' Involuntary service shall not exist except as punishment for crime, of which the party shall have been dthy convicted. "The right of free association, free 1 assemblage, free speech and free press ) shall not be abridged. I "Seamen of tho merchant marine I shall be puarantectl the right to leave ! their vessels when they are In a safe harbor. "No article or commodity shall be Bhlpped or delivered in international commerce in the production of which children under 10 years of age have been employed or permitted to work. "The basic work day in Industry,] and commerce shall not exceed* eight hours. "Trial by jury shal" be established. The American proposals favor a world Uhor congress at the same time and place as tho peace conference. TIRES LIKE THESE should visit us immediately. We make a specialty of prompt work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANHING Punctures, blow-outs blisters and worn treads given careful attention. If you have tiro troubles, you cannot do better than to come to us at once. Keep our address. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street 8. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT 8ATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. GIVING HIM A TASTE. IN THE OLDEN DAYS est ma Mares and entire together in Ktiglaiicl livuds and created so much confusion that a law was passed ordering males to "he kept in hounds and tied In stalls, whence the name, of stallion, or stalled one, was applied to the , entire horse." Then came emasculation. Henry VIII. had a law passed j that no stallion less than 1", hands | high and no mare less than Hi hands j should run wild in the country. One i of the great objects in view wan a horse adapted to cavalry purposes. Stoutly built, small horses wero preferred to tall, leggy ones, because they better stood the wear unci tear of a campaign. In times of stress tho exportation of horses was prohibited. The rood loieclmeiis were kept at hoiiiu t^t /productive pur- pO.-jC.-i, j C.corge chip, the i'ittsburg mlddle-I weight, who is now a corporal at | Camp Greenleaf, C.S . landed one of i his right hand swings on an Intern-; ml (Jerniaii near his c amp recently j and it was fully fifteen minutes ho-'' I fore he was restored to conscious-.  ;  v v v n,.,s.ii Herman made a remark horse" ,m,.e ran I tluu '"' <'"1'1'1 u''k ll;Uf il ^oian Ameri- ,, ,i,', ,.,,,,.,',, i cans. When Chip heard about it he cm tae common , ., . ' , , , , . . , 1 walked over to linn ,md knocked Iilm cold with a right swing on tho Jaw. * NEW WORK FOR LADIES * ? / <*  O^O'frOOOOO** Seemingly girls are being employ-od In some raring siahles in New Zealand. A Wellington xexcliange mentions that there v,an recently an exciting Incident at Hicearton (Christeluircln during training operations. Vascular, with a young girl in tho saddle, and Ited Book, on tho lead, broke away from tho centre ofj the course and made, a bee line for tho Hcraping sheds. A LARGE PART With the American Array on the Lorraine Front, Sept. 17.-Aviation played a large part la the allied offensive In Lorraine, as is indicated by a summary of tlie first four days of the linttle. During the fighting, they made more than 3.300 sorties, the summary showing that the machines were alofl for an aggregate of 4,0(10 hours. During his time, enemy airdromes wero so thoroughly bombed that tho (Jor-mans were not able to do much of anything in air lighting. During tho four days, there woro 75 aerial combats, during which nine enemy machines wore shot down and 'i4 ino-e were driven down out of control. Thirty enemy balloons were destroyed during this period. Central Repair Shop ALL KIND8 OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldae, Alta. W. H. Dowtfcig Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT 18 ONE Og TME.CAUSES OF LOSS OF POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN |)E TRACED TO A POOR BATTERY, EQUIPPED TO TAKE THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIE8 RECHARGED, OLD ONE8 REBUILT AND NEW ONES SOLD. E. AINSWORTH, Manager At the First Drop of Rain Put on Those Chains Safety First IF THERE 18 NOT A,PAIR IN YOUR TOOL BOX COME IN AND SEE U3, WE HAVE ALL 8IZE8. OUR PRICE8 ARE RIGHT. I Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CR08S NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 37 ;