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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MGF. SIX �HE LETHBRfctT.E DA1LT HERALD MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 1>:{, 1018 KAISER THROWS .-BOMB INTO CAMP ill iL. Han Slid! Explodes iieiiind the .Middle Cushion, lUst IMayjM-s Finish Out d'reat (ianic onl.T and t!i�> llicko:y-ll.t*i "alk'lits ,11 tii� rt�ld. umpire, st.uitliup ichind :ii>� |�'i�*.� .ill tear!-.-- un*nir>'� �:o;11." i'h .: u-tatr -.-..� on hi* :;: ' .1 So w...- .-\:;. b.> iy �>trt� ::; I ,.;.,iul. !>; ntht !> -hind >ecnnd �.,.,e plnnin-.i .i >:>� !i which : '� !.:h 1 of ' .\i.n!,. ,n liermany. ' .....Jtj>iiv:�;l '.(':> a hole ill th"  it:;.! anil oth-r* i.�e mossed up tho FOLEY WINS HIS BOUI IN FIRST .hul Defeats Sweet (irass Man In liotit in Montana Town 'i'l. i'.i:.'. ::- . ' Tii- di.imond a;: no ilultra::11 ..: a 1 it wa,. i>::l> a l,i �� a Hi' -trt- a itit ' ii> an.I 'ii�' >.�!> Pile! I'l  -.!�'> . smooth fa. - Tv.i> ni.-t. - ;n 5�;..ilc; were bat'Img for the .'lian;.;on-hip .if the Vosge-. From l!i  v\ ovals l-.-hh'.J th* ;*.r--base Ins S'.ltis .>:> �;�� .!;>::;: ..' �� vals The >n�'!! ;ini'' the bdom.iis !> Sound; I.he a poor day :>: a ;.itv.'' doe-n't it'-' But on thai motiiin.s til" V..MCA. ..thb-'jc -of had ridden eight kilometres on nt- 11. � -;*- in brilld bat--, balls, a ; 'lie whole G rmati army was ju-' .troiim: the corner. Com� the sixth inn.tig Th" WYnit-letly-does iuii Kone out :n 1 :i" 'a.-, 'An.v'n'iiy hurt."' a � t.)t II|i � -a:!: 1.1 i-it iiie umpire . * 11 - 3 > a l'ift' a m in-' �All righ'. then. 1 1 auto TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Bv the Kamoiif System RE-TREADING C REPAIRING Dj' Eipeiieneed ^.'orkmen. All work guaranteed. Speci.-l ,".iulp-ment lor Him Cut Impairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 1 3th St. S. Ojip. Ellison Millt Will .....� ;.:>. iitti'f they .�:i!v;is^ii *; y pi-i  ot'sji-:; in s|�ht fur |i i'.isviiali .it ;�!- f.oir. Hi*"wiiii oil' itn.-rrunt t!;i> i;atn�- VICE-ROYALTY SEES BETLESS RACING AT MONTREAL Mntitf-.i!. S�pt 1.' I";v  thuusanil (opi-? saw a revival o; ,-ai ins at Hla�> i'lMiin*': 4. Satu.-d.iv aftf rnooii wl'a'ii ' � if P: i;v;:: i. ' Xit!--.'ri nr..! Kins's I'luli1. imtll for tjf.i-lie.. h't'd-, i>>.fe run of! s ,1 part of a hiir (veil Cros^ b^ni'-pri.pi.r-il l>y .Mon! Jo.k-'y � iiih. Th I'v.-tit ,va- craeeil by t',i� iiicspnee of ti-.- I'Mke ami im. he-s of 1 )". iin.-liire. ''"at' rai ins �'as run w:ih-'iAtt '.tis. '.;"vi-i'thoii'ss attruv � :.� interest. The tes'.:I:s: I'/fivinelal Xurwry, flv.- furlont;.-. 2! 'mi ;iil'i�il fo: t�o-ypar-oli-i>i! in tlif provime of i/'tebe; : X. .Mal.i'lroit. 11,*.. Taplin. �ott: La-irerciiiii. il.".. P.earilsaU. > omit .May.iiite. 1 ! -. Smytlic thifi'.. Tim a 1 :�i> :;-*>. A If u 1)1 o 11.  also ran. X-iionat Ifa.'-moirl entry. The K.r.sV IV.tte. ott- an.J one-quarter n.ile-. titled for :;-year-ohls .�"a! uji- ov tieii. foal !;!;:!t!'r. St. Ililairc. Binitrup. an-' Afl-k al�o ran. Siu-i'i lirass Advocate: The t*u- ' und bout Sat unlay nicht between ,! Foley. ,f Milk Kiver. ami A. Sit kittitei- (Slousbfoat. Miki'.i. of Sv.....' (".rass, eame to an abrupt end afl--r two minutes' fitthtini; in the I third roii'.ul when �Sloiiitiitoiit" claim-1 ed a ton!, and refused to continue file ' lit- Merritt was called into : 1.1! tl nr.! '.'.'a .'.at fish by Uet'e til- fuy tor . but. on examination, delete was no visible evidence had been struck low. so the1 - awarded to the Alberta man : :vi' Frank Hart. Hut while lasted it was a kooiI one and both tor.- in fiom the tap of lin' sons. Sirkincer drew first blood front Foley in the first round, landing, -evi-ral blows to the face and soon 1 had his opponent's 110-0 and mouth ; biet-dius. While thi- was takiiiK |i!aif. hid was getting his work in on te" iiiiny. landinR a number of -titf piir.clii .- which took .Mike's wind noun -evirai pounds. PLAY HERE ON WED. Douldeheader Will He Staged to Decide Championship Southern Alberta ThouQM the seniors have called baseball off for the season the intermediates who have been playinfl regularly all summer have decided to wind the schedule up in a blaze of glory and on Wednesday afternoon of this week they will play two games with the Calgary Intermediates for the championship of Southern Alberta. The games will be in the nature of a doubteheader starting at 2.30, and a big half-holiday crowd is expected to be on hand for the performance. Prendergast. the Taber southpaw w'll be on the slab for one game, and Wade Ri� path will serve the offerings in the other. On Saturday the Taber Intermediates invaded the city and played the local intermediates, winning by 52 in a good game. Prendergast pitched for the visitors and it was his good slab work that was respbnsible for the visitors' win. Rulcy People Held ;i Meeting There-A New Doctor Arrives-Lawyer Leaving A.- 'hi he ,|:,) r,  titany Iljtle in. itt bet:-: will sive sides th� BM'Tl-IW 5R * service station henrVTdenn Proprietor Alt Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phon; 616 BOXING COMPULSORY IN FRISCO SCHOOLS IS NEW PROPOSAL. - \va.� Sbkinser's first bout, markahly well asan^t a man years' experience, ami with a !� training to his wind >hape it is thought that he Foley a hard battle, and be fans would like to see a return match between the two lads. The preliminary bout between Vouns l.effinswell and Jimniie Kocke bro'.'.shl a sreai deal of applause �hen Hi" referee tailed il a draw at ti.e end of five rounds. Those who ..ave i-i-cn Vomit; l.effinswell in ac-tit 11 at other time-., claim he has improved roil-iderably in the fiKlitin^ Kiinie. KfiiiK hut '.'l of aKe it N tl.oosht he has it brlgh' tutlle lit;-lore jinn. This was fiocke's first time in the rins hern and all present were well ,i!eti.-ed with (in- .showing he made. Tn-->e boys will' not fls'ni again .Sainst each other for a whilo at b'tis; as Young l.effingwell wast called yesterday to get in training to fight the Huu for l.'ncli; Sain. V Football Scores WE BOIL EM Wo boil your radiator In a preparation that thnrotighly cleanses it, making it easy to dl.-i-cover and fix leaks ^ We are belter equipped in this way than Calgary--having the only boiling outfit in the district. andy "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel H'lsiaiia) Sail Fram-inco. Sept. 21.- i'ov.nn will iie a part and par-1 e', (,( lite 1 uifu uitlill of the .-a 11 I'r.i 11. co nigh schools r' 1 "il-.-id�-ni Ci'orRe II. (iallagher nt the Ijotrd of I'd'o-at ion and Superintendent lloniovn-ri have, their way A n.'.solution is ready for the hoard to have '.'.'.' in-tr'ai tor - tea.hi hoMii;:. \ial there's not likely to in; t ny oppo.-tii ton. "I'll' me down as in favor," -,'tel Siiiientilendent Koucovie-ri. "I feel that boxing ought to be taught in every high school, and perhaps we can start lower down. 1 hope they put'that through in a hurry.'' lliitii school teachers, already interviewed have expressed thetAselve- in favor of Die move, and ii is likely steptt will be taken at once. jURGES CARE IN SKINNING '; ANIMALS FOR THEIR HIDES /, Chicago To relieve the he,,vy de-,; marnl J'or lealiiff. the ileiiarnnent of , 1 agrii iiliure is urging that slaughtered /and dead animals 011 the farm he skin-lie! with the greatest cure, so hides , will not he cut ami scored in such a , - way a->. to make them useleas. In , 1 many cases half the thickness of the , j leather is lost by carelesHnnss in re-, .moving the hide of an animal. _ i-- London. Sep:. 23.-Old country foot , ball results. London Combination I Hrentford. n; Chelsea, n. ! Clapton. 1; uucons I'ark. i Kulhiim. 1; AiHcnal. 2. ! Milwall. 11; I'rystal. 2. : Westham. n; Tottenham. 1 ' Midland Section j Burnsley, 2: (Irinisby. I. I Bradford. 2: lluddersfield. : Coventry, i; lirandford . ' Xotts Forest. ','.'. Uotherham. :?. I KheffiL-ld L'nlted, 2; Xotts County. 1 Lancashire Section I Blackpool. 1; Bulsea, 1. Ilurnlcy, 'J; lloi-hdale. -I. j Bury. 0; .Manchester City. I. I Liverpool, v, Preston, u. Manchester L'nited, 1; Blackburn, j (Speri.-il \a til" llrnihl) I Ciirdstoti. Sejit. L'n.-Curdsion resi-j dent.-i missed ;i rare treat Wedni-sdny I evening when the Haley people came out in force for the organization meeting of Ihe K. of C. for the "Canadian Army Huts" fund. The hand hills were only put out tiie day before and few people here are at all acquainted with the organization or know of its work for the soldier boys ovfr there. .Mr. 11. .1. Flock of Haley is the only member of the organization in these parts. The meeting was held in the court house, with Martin Woolf. M.P. I". in the chair, and .Mr. II. J- Flock also upon the rostrum. The preliminary musical program was one of the best listeneil to in j Cardston for many a long year. The opening number was a piano solo by Mr. II. S. Flock of California, who cap-itivated his audience with "Tli" Turkish March" of I'.eeihoven. .Mr. Hirkett. who is a returned soldier now teaching at Haley, gave with good effect a vocal solo "The Admiral's Broom." Another I vocal solo was very pleasingly given by Mr. Harry Wicksom, 'i'ntii." Mr. Woolf expressed his sympathy with the movement r.nil regretted the absence of many leading eitl/ens due to other appointments, and the fact that most of us were ignorant as to this organisation, its objects and past good record. Ho introduced the organizer, Mr. Mcl.ellati of l.ethbi-idge. who I informed those present of the official I recognition of this Canadian Army j Huts fund by the military and civil authorities, of their (rood work for the past three years, and their objee- j fives in the present drive in Canada j $iii.inii 1 for this country and J.'hi.nmi j for Alberta ping of this c.A. or the Mr. II. S. t piano solo. There was no ov organization, of the Salvation Army. Floek then gave another "Military Polonaise," by Save the King.'' Personals. Cnrd.slon has addyd two new zens to its list of professional this wnek. Dr. Macdonabl. recently of Raymond and previously of Blairniore. will practice in Ca'dston and district, and has located his office and rooms In Ihe Central block of II. I). Folsotn. lie will be joined by his family soon, his arrival having been delayed by the illness of ills father-in-law in Saskatoon, and his wife is still at tiie lust named point. Another medical man who has seen two years of service overseas has arrived this week in the person of Dr. W. S. I'lcktip who is taking over the Cardston 1'hartiiacy. Ho will be assisted by his sister. Mis:: Pickup, who had spent some lime in CarilMon previously and is welcomed by many friends here. Mr. C. W. Pickup is removing to Kdmonton to complete bis studies. Dr Pickup before going overseas was located nl Fort William. We are pleased to welcome such able citizens and we feel sure they will be good aids ill Ihe upbuilding of our community life. While gaining iiiembei s in the medical profession wo are losing in the legal. Mr. W. S. Johnston, barrister, has sold out his business to Mr. Seth II. Nelson wito was admitted to the bar this Inst spring and who wa. with Mr. lohiiston for several years as a student at law. Mr. Nehon's office has been removed to the old stand of Mr. .lohiiston who is leaving Cardston permanently. Af'er thirteen years of 1110 t careful hospital worl; during which time she has bad only one previous holiday, Mrs. Van Haarlem of I.ethbridge. has been visiting Cardston. the guest oft Dr. and Mrs. Y. V. Christie. Her! greai fidelity lo her protessinn would not permit her to remain long but she expressed her enjoyment of the' ! verdant landscape, the glorou- nioun-j tains so near, and Cardston with us ! conn house, ialienuo le. school and j temple, not to mention her kindly and [cultured host ami hostess. Many citi-I zen-. of (':� 1 d-ton district would be j glad to welcome Mrs. Van Haarlem to j their homes should �hv. find it pos-ihle tu visit us again. and Mrs. /(outer Woolf. Mr. and Mrs. N'. W. Tanner nnd Mrs. Lydln .1. Brown expect lo visit Calgary, a* they also ha/o candidates nt the Normal school. airs. Zona C. Brown, wife of Major II. B. llrown, Ih visiting friends at Ma-grath for a few days this -week. Her anxiety was greatly relieved recenlly when emtio that, Ihe hoys wero all safely over ai^d hail been duly entrained for llieir respective destinations. Major II. U. Brown of Curdsion left in charge of one of the largest draftn going over from Alberta-some fifteen hundred men. They wero quar-anllued for iv time at Camp Petawawn with mumps and nieaalen, unit finally got as far on Halifax, took ship �>�t then ivere delayed for a week or two because of the subs playing hnvoe off the coast. Major Urown'st first loiter failed to reach here, and as no word came, until his second loiter arrived, all his people were vary anxious. It is likely that the first leltor went down with the ship. �h Meul. B. H. May has been advised thls\ and is likewise en-I joying ( ard-toti and vicinity and is 'spending a longer time here than Mrs. Van Haarlam. who claim:- her as one of the greatly valued members of her Hospital staff. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Coombs. Mrs. Attona Williams and daughter Lolhi, and Mrs. J. Hunt went by motor to Calgary on Friday to visit the young people attending the Provincial Normal school. Mr. and Mrs. Coombs have a son and dauKbter, Mrs. Williams a son anil Mrs. Hunt a daughter in attendance. They purpose returning via High River and Fratikbnrg where Mr. Coombs' oldest son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Coombs, are leading. TORONTO TEAM WINS Peierboio. Out., Sept. 22.-tlillcrest. winners of the Daily Star baseball trophy and senior amateur champions of �Toronto defeated Riversides, champions of 1'ctcrlmro In the first home and home games in the play for the championship. The score: lllllcrest, ".; Riversides, 1. Tho return game will be played in Toronto next Saturday, after which the wlunur plays Hamilton. � DEMPSEY PUTS MORAN ! OUT IN QUICK TIME Reno. Nevada. Sept, 2cr midlilijLu 4# 10 tenu. musical performers being all from Haley and the pleasure he believed they had given the audience. He referred to Mr. Hirkett who had returned physically put out of the light by his wounds but full of patriotic fire as is evidenced in bis songs-he knew the aid given by the army huts to the boys on the firing line. Our financial aid was as nothing compared with the doings of these soldiers who bad risked all for tree dom, King and country. He alluded to Hie fact, that in this greatest world war all lines of creeds were obliterated and as long as our funds went to succor those fighting il made no difference who expended them. We knew all these organi/.utIons did their best for the boys. Mr. Wickseuit sang "A May Morning" with artistic fervor, and Mr. II. J. Flock explained Ihe shortness of the time for advertising the meeting, congratulated those who bad rendered the program, proposing a vote of thanks to all who participated. Carried unanimously. Fpon Mr. Mcl.el-lan's suggestion (hat Mr. Woolf, M.P. P. took charge of the campaign here, the chairman explained that this district was under promise to raise ten thousand dollars for the Rod Cross by idie close of September, and his appointments were out, so he could mil give his attention as he might wish to this work. It was arranged to meet svlth .Mr. M. A. Coombs at the town council office next day and with Messrs. Woolf. Flock, .lelliff and Williams ! and Mrs. Dr. Stackpoole nominate a committee for the canvassing of the town. This committee duly met and at tho suggestion of the trustees and Mr. Woolf decided to request the school surf to take up this work, reporting through tlio principal, Mr. .1. W. Low, to Mr, M. A. Coombs, chairman of the school board. Three musical numbers followed by At; same arlisls as above named, and Ik* MlMwlUM disper^ alter sing- If the good weather continues Mr. HANDS UP! | Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessorial. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowlln� Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOSS OF POWiR. 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 If You Are Considering the Purchase of A Used Car it will, pay you to examine our stock. We have the following to choose from: 490 Chevrolet Touring One Ford Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One McLaughlin Touring One Dodge Touring All in good shape. Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YO#R OLD T'RES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED Ch >�S BOX t 16309152 ;