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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ;,Esrx THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THimSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER-' TTT 1 *n 'ft? 6y G; McM atj u 3 DON'T llx) THINK IT'S) MOCH NICER �>-TAV ^t HOME .^NO I^EVr FOR r JU'ST THINKIN THE aOXfe AT THt^ MINUTE A(^E JUtiT lARftlVIN' AT � OiNT"Y^ okiJ'tt. ^T^^T^N COMSb IN ASCOT THIi> �'�NE -WITH Hi'b PL^�VIN POOL WITH jeRRt H'CKEV. ^N� OINTN Due. MONw TO START -. A ntlHT - 4ET oot OF here can>t ""too think; of an>f th�neen received. 'The changtag of the finish line to judge the fourth race at a mile and a quarter ^ed Jockej' Andy Schuttlnger into an error that has heen made by 'Other riders, and the result was tl^^t ;^'is mount, the Qulncy Stable's Starry Banner, was deprived of a victory that le had at his mercy. By energetic riding Schuttlnger had kept Starry 'Banner to tront of S. C. Hildreth's Deckmate all through the journey, an!t li-when Deckmate,challenged in the',last � Biiteenth, Starry Banner had no trou-Ible In shaking him off, so that he led by a good length ^s, be passed the mual finishing line. In giving riding instructions. Trainer Pltzsimmons had forgotten to jog j Schuttinger's memory of the change 'which brought the finish opposite the f clubhouse, and the boy pulled np Star-I'l^ Banner to have Deckmate seize the I golden opportunity and rash up to IJliead Starry Banner as they passed vthe judges. > : > ? ; > ; : ? ROAMER'S GOOD BREEDING ? � :� ? ? ? * ? : : '> > Vista, sire of the world-famous stallion Cyllene, daddy of the Epsom Derby winners Cicero, Minoru and Lemberg. as well as a host of other high-class winners in England and later on in Argentina. By right of inheritance it is no wonder he is able to race up to his distinguished lineage and relationships. It is not given him to reproduce his kind when his racing days shall end, but he has a handsome younger haK brother in The Wanderer, which may have that good fortune in reserve. / AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8I2E8  VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood SyBt�m RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Bipwlenced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Blm Cut Repairs. R. D. RlTCfflE 2M 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills GE BOSTON NEVER LOS St. John's, Que., Sept. iS-Stnitin-eers who worked in polls in St. John's barracks daring the last federal election testifled this morninp before the royal commission, now investigating Boston has never lost a world's ser-ies> Jhere have been fifteen title contests, the first the Red Soi hav victor in five, while the Braves in 1914 } j^e voting of soldiers in tliat election. Stanislaus Poulin, a St.*John'.s B ue�n i.ueeu uue cou- charges brought by Joseph Arch-starting in 1903 and j^,,bauU, M.P.. against Lieut.-Col. w; I. ave been i-eturned the i ji^.l,.i,g his officers in connection won their only cut in the annual classic. Jimmy Collins piloted the Red Sos to their first win in 1903, his team capturing five of the eight games played with the Pirdtes. The same team won the pennant again in 1904, but the Giants refused to face them for the championship of the world. lawyer, who was a scrutineer, gave the court an amusing account of his election day experiences. In his poll, I Mr. Poulin said, 63 out of 97 voters i assigned their votes to Chamblay-Ver-' cheres. As they came in to vote, tie men said they could not specify their 1 '-"�TP'""s'''P/'' previous place of residence in Canada. .1" L"l/_?i^..^'^Jll?"�':l'^_'^l3.^'^ iThelr only hesitation was in pronounc-- STORACE^ BATTEIIV � ard service station . henryTdenn Proprietor Alt Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 I 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 Vay than Calgary-having the only boiling outfit In the district. - ANDY "The Radiator Man" 'Bear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) f Montreal, Sept 18.-The challenge cup presented by I>of& Shaughnessy, representing the. championship of the seniors' golf association of Canada and competed for at Dixie this week for the first time, was won Ic George S. Lyon, of the Lambton Oolf Club of Toronto. On Monday, the opening day of the tourney, Lyon went over the course in 74 and with hts'^bandicap of three, had a net score of 71. Yesterday he went over the course in 79 and, with his handicap of three, had a net score of 76, or a gross score of 153, and a net score of 147, which was well in advance ot the other best scores. ' i :��  � ' �! > SISLER PUTS ON KHAKI ? > ? ? : : : George Sisler, first-baseman of the St. Louis Cardinals, has elected to fight the Boche instead of �accepting essential employment or war work. In a telegram to the management ot the Lebanon Steel League; club, who -sought his services,' Sisler stated that he had accepted a commission in the army, where he. will Serve with his old manager. Branch Rickey, who has also enlisted. Sox to victory, eight games bein.e necessary before the crown was finally placed on the proper head. The Braves cut in and upheld the honor of Boston in 1914. George Stall-ings leading his men to four straight over the Athletics, a team that was believed unbeatable. Bill Carrigan was at the helm ot the Red Sox that took four out of five from the Phillies in 1915. The same leader directed the same team to four out ot five from the Dodgers in 1916, and Ed. Barrow joined the ranks of his successful predecessors this year. ' . ' -:-:-c_:_ ? ? ? > : : �: > : > : "PETE" FOR SIBERIA. Among the Toronto officers chosen for the Canadian Eixpeditionary Force for Siberia is Ueut. "Pete" Charlton, the well known Toronto hockey player. "Pete" played on the defence of the. Marlboroa when they won the O.H.A. senior championship, defeating Perth in the final. The Marlboros made an attempt to ? ? ? ? : ? ? Prank Shaughnessy, former coach ot the McGill University football team and manager of the Ottawa baseliall team in the Canadian League, has been appointed to� .the Canadian Expeditionary Force which Is going to Siberia. For the past two years Shaughnessy has been with the Canadian Field Artillery, now being a lieutenant in the 74th Battery at Camp Petaw�wa- : > ? ? > : ? : ? ? : : New York, Sept. 18.-Th'e appeal of Willie Hoppe, balk line billiard champion, against being placed in Class 1-A of the draft under the "Work or Fight" rule has been upheld by the district board of New York. Hoppe's local board had placed him in Class l-A because of dependents, but recently placed him in the top class, declaring billiard playing as an occupation was non-e.ssential. The district board, however, gave him his original classification. Hoppe will soon start on an exhibition tour for the benefit of the Red Cross. ing the name "Chamblay-Vercheres. In two cases the men forgot the name. The deputy presiding officer refreshed one man's memory. In the other, the witness was the firompter. Poulin said that during the polling. Col. Melville visited the polls savera! times. He inquired how many votes were going to Chambly-Vercheres. Once, being told the number, he remarked, "that Is not very many." Capt. Knight came next. Ho was a deputy : presiding officer at the election. He answered the questions on the ballot envelope in the same manner as 517 others at the barracks. He is a British subject who came to Canada in 1911 and enlisted in December, 1916. Explaining bis vote, he said his guiding principle was to apply his vote to Chamblay-Vercheres. He had resided in Fort William, but-might have wasted his vote by applying there a*s a Liberal was elected by acclamation. Besides, there was not room to put down all the places he had lived in Canada. Capt. Knight, as editor, accepted responsibility for what had appeared in "Knots and Lashings," Including the specimen ballot published in the election extra, "showing soldiers  how to assign their votes to Chambly-Vercheres. The witness could not say why Chambly-Vercheres was chosen. He himself Had' met Mr. RainviUe. "Most of ns wished to have one Union representative at least in Quebec. We thought Mr. Raiiiville had a chanc6^ As a mathematical proposition it was useless to put In votes in St. Johns," he said. "Was it suggested to the men in the barracks that they should answer the questions in the way they did?" "I emphatically deny that there was any cfevassing done by any officer or man." Overstocked For One Day Only, Saturday, September Zlst, we wiUseU 3y2-inch Chains at............$3.25 4-uich Chains at.............$3.50 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE"  > : ? ? : : : NEW WORK FOR -: > � ? LADIES ? Seemingly girls are being employed in some racing stables in Npw Zealand. A Wellington \exchange mentions that there was recently an exciting Incident at , Rlccarton (Chrlstchurch) during trjilnlngi^ipera-'tions. Vascular, with a young girl in the saddle, and Red Book, on the lead, broke away from the centre of the courf.e and made a bee-line for the scraping sheds. .,. . AMPS PLAYED A LARGE PART With the American Arnjy on the Lorraine Front, Sept. 17.-Aviation played a large part In the allied offensive in Lorraine, as Is indicated by a summary of the first four days ot the Rattle. . During the fighting, they made more than 3,300 sorties, the summary showing that the machines were aloft tor an aggregate of 4,000 hours. Dur ing his time, enemy airdromes were so , thoroughly bombed that the Germans were not able to do much of anything in air fighting. During the four days, there were 75 aerial combats, during; which nine enemy machines were shot down and 54 mor'? were driven down out ot control. Thirty enemy balloons were destroyed during this period. ' TIRES LIICE THESE should visit us immediately. We make a specialty of prompt work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING Punctures, blow-outs blisters and worn treads given careful attention. If you have tire troubles, you cannot do better than to come to us at once. Keep our address. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnen, Proprftttr OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 30S SlKtb Street 8. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 499 ."SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" WeHabdIe AU Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy^first Class Repaired Tires/$12.00 up. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage, Accettorlea. Batterlea. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. DowNiig Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobilo! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE Og THE.CAU8ES OF LOSS OF POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN |lE TRACED TO A POOR BAT-TERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR*CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKe! CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIES RECHA.RGEO, OLD ONES ONES SOLD. REBUILT AND NEW �-^- E. AINSWORTH, Manager IF THERE IS NOT A.PAIR, IN YOUR TOOL BOX COME IN AND SEP lis, WE HAVE ALL SIZES. ' OUR PRICES. ARE RIGHT. Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 96?2 8?058542 37 77 37 ;