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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DA1LT HERAM) TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, WIS BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus The Sport Page BASEBALL CHANCE! GO AFTER THE HELL DIVER 'II.( K .111(1 If old Jupiter Pluv.. who has been conspicuous by his r.bsenc? throughout the summer," will only hold off his September snow storm and brighter, up a little for tomorrow, the Iccn! l-itcinedtates expect to have a big hobjry crowd out on Wednesday afternoon for the coublehe.-der with the C.-l-gary fntirrr.ediates. The Calg.-ry bunch is a strong aggregation and have held their own on many occasions during the summer with senior teams a,~d the local; have their work cut out for them to v/in, but with Riduath and Pren-dergast to do the slab work the homebrews expect to be able to put up s good argument at every turn of the game;. The start will be at 2:30 and the two games will be p'.aycd without a break so that the spectators should s-c a great afternoon's sport. Come along and encourage the Ir.te-mcd-iatet, who in a couple of years will compose the first line of shock troops in local baseball circles. Owing to an error in information it was stated yesterday that Taber and Lethbndge Intermediates clashed Saturday. It was Macleod instead, and Macleod won 5-2. Call It lis Its French Name It Isn't Half so Had and flavor of ii it tick is not acceptable. They are easy to skin, but the process removes the rub ami valuable fat. -i is m in" condemned, as at! such f.i". -ii.-.i;'."'. I'o made useful. � � 1 1 � vink that 'conservation' moans  � of every valuable 'noil � migratory bird treaty a�.::' birds have bo�>n reared north this season, ami mint a siipplj tiius far �cosnition mill oth--r n should not become dis-till, ujilaml came binl their part it iil.it- locality season of tile year, for. he proper amount of rain i>x- three v.'eeks the duel; 11 probably be the best Lots ,: tlie far tli ere is \va t ivi!! i h. li.'Vi �ill iul\ i � �anl . I Its' itotl i;s !:. a.lils ir.l a r-trre ; II! n hunter-liniibl po  �I- a; :. ,.si by ;in Alii" olay's c-pol-."- Ml Noveuib lake nf lie, nvi :tt,i �'fi.i poml e the hole  �ml now ileitis .ulv.i'.n e.I ' iloub; that tiie -_:ani( ] inu popularity auionz :  cencration of KiiRli.-anii'i ; home anil liaok of the ;. � the average eritie still � ill M ami wu"'M tombim �'-*' | of that came with l>;>.s..;.. ; In a l-'ii^t liy art ii !� on  iin spn: t rei-ent lv puelisa th" mo-t prominent. ma , \\ rii, r lani�'ttt - that :' ! hasehal! sliouht be a'.-i ii; mi far as run jmiiluetiou i , II" wiiulil iiave this pa:' -: of tl.e play a.lvaior 1  ! pom' of inipoi tame [',,..' | oecupio- in i rieket. i .e' j seats 11 :* - i-.o-c :is I'cli.oi -: "Snick" Stroke "The .-niik or i  iloubteiliy tli." nio:" ba -eball: itnlei ii. 1 uniy spi'rt.ii uiar to Count | I-oinloii. Sept. Alihiuinh re- , . j ports of a (P'rinuti erisis nrisinii from I the supposed movement for parlla-I nieiiinrlzation of the government are I printed at pi-cater or less length in (the newspapers hero and the situation l.s walched -.vltli mild Interest for any possibility it may euntain, tllo whole tliinu is mostly regarded -!3 mi'iely an integral jiart of the German "po;u e o',i'"nsive. ' It is recalled that tlie reassembling of !he teielistai: has frequently slnee the war broke out been preceded by an outbreak of excited talk in German political circles. This lias created a temporary "thundery" atmns-i ptiere. iliirinK which kdiiio revolution- ! at !ary bombs were prcdietod. but which ! bassv. L>:> : has ne\  r fallen. J Kri,:n , I The T-levtrapli. ilisrussins tlie rtim-ae Amen- i ors j..,,... ti)|s js ,|)0 ,,|Ki,ti, j,0j. in on* of 1 meat "crisis \\\ th" course of the Altltoiiuli ruble talk of Daseba'.l lioiil'tt'ul if either ai will be ;ier-tlioi- or theories l'inr" is no rapidly pain-:lte yiiuusi".' ni, both at t.en, lies. Init iiacs to .ri ":-:i'tl feat'.l Ottawa, Seiil. "il. Five htimlred ap-plii tilions for exemption from military service under tint "Slackers" treaty have been received from Canadian resident!) in the I'nited States. 1'nder the terms of the treaty Canadians in the States or Americans in Canada, liable to military service, must either report for dutv or claim exempt ion. In the .-Kffenttve, today until further nntlre. the board of jtrain sitpcTfiimirs for Canada orders Hint seed oats requirements by the Canada seed pureliasiiiK commission shall he iiro-vidod as follows: The commission will accept oats suitable for snetl at Canadian government terminal elevators. Mooso .law, Suskalooti. and CalKiiry, and sliliipnil from any polnt'west of Wlnnipep and will pay for need oats a premium of five cent* a hnshel over Fort William price, basis Fort William freinliis. the price to bo determined oh inspection dale. The commission will not purchase seed oals, however, unless a sample Is sent by the shipper to Mr. (JeorKc Serle, chief grain inspector, Winnipeg, for testing purposes. The commission will pay for any cars of oata shipped, but rejected for iseed by the inspector on tho basis of I ho itrades Klven the oats by tho Dominion Inspection department, basis Foil William, and assume back haul and other charges. Tho commission is authorized to send seed Inspectors Into any cleva-itor. iv;irehouse, or mill in the western j inspection division to examiue oats [that 'nay be suitable for seed. Seed joi'l." Mills found heroine the pro- perty of the Dominion governnien*. purrhnsini: commission and are sub-jRct to immediate shipment. For such eats a premium of a cents a hu-iiel ever basis Fort William price:) and freights will bn paid. If .Moose ,J;nv eily does not Incur any further bonded indebtedness, the present debt of ?ri.?:M.uO:i can he wiped out in 10 years nl the rale of .linking fund accumulations now provided for. .'Ilies Cm verv ir." mid iidds: " "to'li" of j "All of 111.-in have left tilings eiy was led I mm h us they were before." concerned. I The papers generally Ignore reports ilar f-ature | editorially, bn; the \iiw widely taken the same : is expresreil ijy the (iraphlc, which the "snick" ! describes the discission now filling autiior pre- -r- ; d..y. "For months the food admini-- i rat ion urged upon tii" peopb- lite grea'.er use of t:sh. and In the pr.-.v  n' lO'.'-.H'iaeiiiil inc.'' :v;e or demand ! l> seen ,i iHMi.'.er.ihle ripening of the fruit in '.viU'^e ell!: ivat ]',n ,!..- !i. a VISITS IHE CITY Former Idol of Fistic Fans. Nov. a Horn hardier, on Harvest Leave Spectacular � stroke is uu  i  iciil.ir hit ii; practically th1 .,". "M-ept iii' hit oil" out :' In ot th. It il uroill noon. which, m -familiar with many good go to wa..te :hill stimulating all Am! wii i di I 'thhridge-I:.".- Ho- ot Pet,I w;;v, 11. i,. tans o:" tin- iaiiuant of pieiishiii o: i off mi huvi so engaged Springs, but again for his i vol Non the 'Iter city the ; think is vi-i'i � "'h.er than it Ts'.i Depot 11a known to the a- \ouug Al tel'V. : i -t ic Ho inid'ileWeigllt ( iliitll- '.mid.!. Young ito-s is leave and lilts' been at his lioni" ill I'unile will he leaving ,-hortly training camp. .Military life agrees ic. have ap-pea.'ed with the i.ethbridge boxer who has taken on weight mi that the K.s. pound mark looks mighty .small. Al this 'corner .-.:rok. away in has.'bail, stroke the iv.tsm.'r a horizontal bar a dor tiie hall. s> ml j pili'e to il tr.'lil'l! j him. ami some' .tie l distance." ! Would Ns > Big b-agiie tu:,g.: | of thoiisan Is of . ! hiiM-hall par!;* a:. 1 not likely to receiv | gesiiou u it U a:i\ ;joy. Tie i-i:i :�. t' � Ii I the fearful ),.�.� ,r.,i, I order to ma',;.- th. j ducer it would la- i, j a playing ii.-ld l>: 1 plate. Tin.-- would i of the grandstand ' sen: position, win. litv that i- merely throw.; In niakini: th" lit s as use.. 1 with i. getting Jn-r uu-t at �'� very gr.'a; us ii.'icht behind to a cou.-iid>'.able I 12 Oil Pl-yers with hundr a ti"l up gi'.ind-.t.:iii!s.  this Iniolieil i 'iirtii uli'r cries ritic failed to ; ies of hi-- j,],,, "ion'." a ruti-p! cessary to pro\ :i :i i; of the lion mean the nio'.-ii :ir hack of it., p: �il would liar; i depicting Ceruinny as a democracy." ; The paper 1" li"ves that the cm-I peror is following the example of : :.oni" of his predecessors and is glad-' ly playing his part in "the farce which Ms about to he le-aag.'d with the j ('-lit ii-: majority anil the Socialist--as joint managers." , The inwardne s of the move, th-1 paper adds, is that Ma thins Krzhorg. . r hopes, with the help of l'hilip Scheidi'miitin. the Socialist leader mid 1:1s followers, to ou.-l Imperial Chancellor' von II. riling and secure the centre of tie stage as peac> makers for liermany. "Th" ..vhole movement Is clearly preparing the way for a renewal of the notorious -eichstag resolution in revised edition ill the hop" Ihat the allies have forgotten how completely the sham has been exposed." ANOTHER SUB VICTIM An Atlantic Port, Sept. i;!.---The 'body of a colored sailor ami a battered lifeboat have be"ii washed ashore | a; a point on the i oast east of lo'io. , according to word received by the i marine and fisheries department here today. It is believed that the bout is ! the mi-sing one from the Portuguese .-leaner Leixers before reported torpedoed in mid-Atlantic. Three boats | from that vessel made port safely, but. !the fourth, commanded by the third I oilier ot the steamer, and containing i about in of the crew, including - onto : African natives, had not been heard of. Central Repair Shop ALL KINOS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllna In l possible for use of birds that most hunters throw away, a thing for which there can he no excuse, as if not worth using why kill or waste costly ammunition that could serve service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Makes of Bnttsries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 belt"! "Ti: bftte: n. is tin purpose. worst thing about Hip known to the hunter a-ts nam" and the pica' iuiiit nil a-ai 'g a bad name has A- a liii'tier of in new in tiie use o .-...me stoles and � put on :'.!�� pl'Otl'i I'd a- a game bird neighborhood of as hard as r.ails. to give even .less present condition, thbrhlgo fans has since h" left here. coot 'IllUll- judn e :i-t it proved t there :' mud before ted li,t leading as 'n ate:' r years. WE BOIL EM �We boil your ladi.i'or in a preparation that thoroughly cleanse.-: it, making :' ' to discover and fix 1-a),- W'e are bettor equipped in this way than l.'algary -Laving the only boiling outfit In the district. : ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs') 1 t , tl'.at ! �iive ii iln; , itJ innh. i is nothing ! hens. In i they were and >l;i | hotels ha i.- s,.rVed them he ken' an.! 'tub: liens' fi French Name Helps "Mudhens are perhaps better reli-di-led by their French name, which is J more truly descriptive of their habits, as they are a water bird rather than a I mud f're(|tienti�r. Their diet is idea J liea! with that of ducks and in dr. I seasons when there is not much grass the fle.h stays hard. In general they ! are to be handled liku rabbits in pre-I paratlon for the tah'.o. Stews are the ! general method of cooking. Hut those i willing to pluck fat ones can roast ! them and h.iv.. a bird inferior to duck ' only thai i' is milder in flavor, hence 1 relished by aoiiic to whom the gamy must weigh iii tlie lhii pounds and is He should be able WiUard a go in his The idol of the l.e had one bit scrap gaining a ten-round decision at fa nip I'.'tawawa from .lack ('lenients. a boxer who has mixed it with Hilly Miske and some of the best in the middleweight division in the wesi. There j.-, a possibility that Homb.i-di"r H.is> may be back in Calgary for ill" winter, though thi^ is not certain. There are "lily about. :',o of the hoys ; of Ihe battery who were left whet) bar-i vest leave w a.- taken by the remain.Ii r | of the unit, and ihe.se have sine , gone over in a draft, .lust what will he 'lone with tin: I etn.iiiider of the : hoys when they return to camp it is 1 hard to tell. meet with the approval of the fan. Additional Holders wotrid also be re-', quired. Tin- new fair territory eoiihl hardly be patrolled by less than, three rear fielders, who would. of i Course, have to lake a turn a; bat. so that iti place of nine men on a .side the teams would Ii- composed of 1-players ll-.idical i hatigos have been made in the bas'-Pal! code from time to lime, but it ii not likely thai the magnat"-; will he able to see their way clear to make this concession uv-.�ii to improve it- status abroad. FLIERS KILLED IN U. S. Indianapolis. I: Hammond, of 'in ing Corp... and t field. Ind.. were I.ielll. Koy I'lcke aviation field. lii.liaiiUpoli ionsly Injured v.! which Ihey wen field from a l.il (ireenfield, u.nt , fell ill.! fe, ing to make � field nt rev fammmmsmmBSBmBL MAJORS DRAFT ONLY SEVEN PLAYERS IN 1918 Cincinnati. Inal'ts for Ihii season were announceil by the national base-hall commission, and they number exactly seven. They follow: American league-By New York from Kan Francisco, Frank O'Donl; from Salt Lake City. Karl 1'. Baldwin. National league -- liy Cincinnati from Vernon. W. liell; by Pittsburg j ^ NIl.xjcaus todav from hos Angeles. Zeb Terry (thu(0j Hoston National league club having :!.. .-..'lit. - Ca |il. � Itiilish lloyul Fly-'. Kinder, of (Ireeii-inslanlly killed and :�� of the Speedway war. sc. u an airplane, ip returning to the heiiy Loan trip to into u nose dire and ANOTHER MOVE IN PEACE OFFENSIVE ---. i London. Sept. 'j.;.- The article by I Mathins l".r:'.herger, on a league of na- j lions, just published in Berlin, is look- | ed upon here as another move in the I enemy's peace offensive. j "llerr K.rzbei'gcr." says the West-I minster Gazette, "is not a man whom : we can trust, but his appearance as: an oliii'i;:l dove sent out from the . I'1 in-skiii uric is always interesting, if only as ap indication of the mood of his masters." The newspaper recalls that lust vear this Coiitri-t leader represented j .himself as the author of the famous i leichstag resolution, waiving annex- � atlons and indeniuii ies. "which were; thrown into the scrap heap at Hrcst- | Lilovsk and their associates scattered 1 lo the winds, when the March ulfen-sive, appeared to be developing favor ably." tires like these should visit us Immediately. We make a specialty of prompt work In AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING I'lilic'iireii. hlow-outa Winter,, and worn treads bIvcu careful attention. If you have tire troubles, you cannot do better than to come to uu at ouco. Keep our address. iti^r. Lethbridgc Tire & Repair Station r. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor .,'I.lle they were prepar-i landing at the Speedway I o'clock lest nigli'. I CLASH ON MEXICAN BORDER. Jerome, A riz . sons were killed a clash between Sept. L'.'l.-Two per-aad two wounded in Americans and arm-near the properties I'nited Verde, Copper cumpany. , , , . . Horace A. Harris, a mine guard, wis given this player employment alter , UUo(, l)V unidentified Mexican and U. S. LABOR MEN Overs t o eked For One Day Only, Saturday, September 28th, we will sell 3l/j-inch Chains at............ $3.25 4-inch Chains at..............$3.50 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" j the suspension of the raellie coast j league season will, according to the j ruling made by the commission on i this subject, he given tlie preference \ to this player's service if they so do-isirei; from N'ew Orleans, Walter Mar-i hare; from Richmond. Va.. (i'-orge \V. ' Winn l this man played under in the fighting i'aii.s killed the which followed Amei'i-murderer. mi me of lleorge Jr I'iuilii: ('nasi, eksou); from Ciill I.e.-. I'oill.iuil, I raised ihis MISKE MAULS CREB. Pittsburg, I'a.-Harry Orel), fills-burg middleweight, was badly battered in the last two rounds of his 10-round bout with Hilly .Mlske. St. Paul heavyweight, hero after holding the lead during the preceding eight rounds. The pugilist from the. northwest started a drive in the ninth, and his terrific onslaught, overcame the 'lead the home fightei had gained. (Ircb was about all in al the close, while the virf'-r.' *��> unscathed London, Sep!. 23.--KinR Oorge to-J day received Suiiiiiol (Jumpers, presr | I dent of the American Federation ot \ Labor, and the oilier members ot the American labor mission. .Mr. IJomp-j ers, who was first received ulone, had a chat with the King on the subject I of labor problems and the mission of I the American labor leader to lOnglaud. ; Subso(|iienily the King saw all Ihe i members of the mission together. ' Queen Alary joined them later. Their .Majesties engaged in conver-I'lrie, j nation with the members of tho miss-was J ion fin- mole than tin hour, both ev al'icriiooii on ihe ioirlh til-] pr< sslng high appreciation of the attempt and alter the oiipoudituiv ofidtnde of labor toward the war and flhio.hiiii. Th.- 1'i.rt will he lakea Io 1 wishing the visitors a suftj return LAKE STEAMER RAISED. j Detroit, Mich.. Sept. -Ji!. -Th ; steam- ' er Coi't, sunk by the sieirtip"' .Midvale, j the ice �\. bel'i iear liar Point, l.ak'i Christinas lust vein a shipyard f,' putting her si'^soii. : repairs wiili into service < a vie gum IV lo tin.-: NOT "GASLE3S" IN 'PEG. Winnipeg, Sept. 2a.-Despite urgent appeals for the eliminating of joy-riding on Sunday, many hundreds of cars were out yeaterday and .sterner measures are being urged by indignant citizens to ensure compliance, with tins government's rt'ijiiost lo save gasoline. home. RUSSIAN LEADER QUITS. Archangel, W'edne.ulay, Sept. 11.- Col. Tchapliti, leader of tho recent attempt to over!urn tho provincial government headed by M. Tchaikovsky, in northwestern Russia, lias resigned his post as i ouimaiider ot tho Russian forces and has been succeeded by Col. Ivanoff. The labor disputes In AruUilligul are being rapidly settled, OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbrldge. Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle-All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSE8 OF LO88 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 ONES SOLD, RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW E. A1NSW0RTH, 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 Baby Grand Chevrolet One Dodge Touring One Ford Touring One McLaughlin Touring All in good shape. Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRE8 AND TUBES. THROW THEM IN OUR RED CRO88 BOX 113156 ;