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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TI IF. LPT!\BRIDGE DAuV* ItlinAUS. VW,DNESDAY. SKPTKMBEH 2i>, niC "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Mc Manus The Sport Page LEONARD HAD SHADE'COALDALE FARMER im i/rov pi ncr cicut THRESHES 38 BUS. AC.  *?*�: : > > : o : JESS WILLARD ARRIVES. It has been announced that Jess Willard will Jain a tank ^battalion for overseas. The heavyweight champion has at last heard the call, and is going across. A pood decision albeit somewhat tardy. The public have the notion that fighters should fight. Jess hud the Idea that fighters, or at least one fighter, should pose at so much per peso, and farm when trouble threatened. He has seen the light. The public seem to demand that everybody do something towards saving democracy. There is a great demand for production. Help some farmer plow more land this fall than he ever did. It's a bit worth mentioning. : : : : : DID YOU EVER HEAR ! BALL GAME IS OF ASEXTUPLE HEADER?! Fight With Kid Lewis Was Not as Fast a" People Had ; Expected Rain Damages Hay Crop-New-School Opened in the Keadymade District Teams From Portland, Mc.. and; Manchester. N.H.. Accomplished This Feat Ballplayers who think tint ;,;>�} overworked when they have to p. double-header had :!�r take �' back Into the "good old day. ar. :l I the players really living. What wi they were called games in one day The rocard* of show but one in? game? were play, was Ji' veurs ago. :;i 1 to wor'i; w he 1 for a upon to thm* play professional tar.ee In whh d in a day. wh'-:i !'or!hi::1 ! '-�:x T!i; - No ball game this afternoon. That was the word passed around this morning when Jupiter Pluv. was still lowering. So the Calgary Intermediates will not play until Saturday, and then the two games will be staged. With fine weather then there should be a bin crowd cut. The boys need a big crowd tco. for they have to pay the expenses of the Calgary team, nmounVr.j to some $35. So don't forget them on Saturday afternoon. Dc on hand. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING &. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. AH work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Hera.rs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills ; and Mauchi ster. N'li. were the eon-testing clubs. Two of the p.v-!i- were pulled off in tin- mnri'.iiu and four in the after:,,ion. Ma-.,':'., -tor winning all six of them. Hie i'.".o T-ee lads j?rew w. ary of their drubbing and quit when Ir.niti:- ��.-:. p; >y . th�) umpire awarding the vi,--> uy to Chester. The only nualr-.tri'-lieader In a r�g-ular league had to 1 �� dug tip fr t. ':;> 60LFE8S CAN CORRECT Will STORAGE �ATTEHY service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Makes of Batterlee Charged and Repaired 111 7th Street 8. Phone 618 records and to->k place m S ; C'j years ago. won St .in� Sioux City, lic'li f the 'A  League. pl.i> i 1 t itrce fa i games and vw �ven-lnnin.': >'1 The league a:i:h,.r:ti.-, ; only one j;,i;i:e to stand :;. th,. : of championship contests . There have been nutnliT o' headers in baseball h.-tnry in tenth.-r. ISM, UaP im.oro -ook games from Loul'villf in .-.tie both cities theti being in the N.i League. In Hi ptemhe-, i*.n.. [tro ilefealed the Pirates three tin: lit hours. In li'.m Saginaw took Few Link Mannerisms That Should He Studied ily the (iolfer Newark. N.I.. Sept. Leonard, lightweight rha:: a shade the better of T. I Lewis, welterweight chatnppu end of their eight round bout night. 1'ltd-r the New Jersey law nut boxing, no ponon' rounds, l.e-.vis had the l-tte. round.;, ami in the other, t round, honors were abou- it vide 1. Th- ir.i-ii weighed in at *h.-.-thU .ift,.r;:..i.n. I.ewU did :>...t -e,i!e a! ] tl. the maximum \v wht.-h ati agreemciu had be, e I. and I.e �;:aril weighed |:'.m, l.e iinrd diil not appear to b a-' in previous battles, lit:-spe, iliiT than Lewis. Hot:, cautious, xvhii h made the . interesting than whs expe In the :ir-t round lx'wl terrific straight right to J.iv.-. wl.lc.i made him feti-iVi- throughout ilte !.-.-.is had nil the belt i::.T. I. w> had  �>-.- wiii-n i".e -Denny ion, had i"Kld"i n. at the I'.ere to govern-be given Leonard in five  of two (From Our Own Oorrrnpondi'nM t'oaidnle. Sept. 21-We have Ju-t had trouble with the telephone operator. ?o this week we feel grouchy Telephone operators should not chow gum. The present rain will damage a good deal of hay. as many of the furors- are, still busy saving their second crop of alfalfa. | Wheat yields show some good re-l suits. .Mr. Hogarth s crop averaged third \ 2" bushels per acre. .Mr. Hen Hawson's llv di- ivent about MS bushels. We have i heard a good ileal about lack of wa- AIRCRAFT BAGGED Remarkable Activity of British Air Force-:i I Raids on Rhine Points Ot'awn. Sept. -j | -UoaHt',1' Mritish aerial operations, a lias been received, compile minister ' ,.,,,.,( naming contest will be rout: !. in which | fmm j ,i;> t, ,,.,, thority of tin. ,\ rector ot public After five day storm and r->in-per, otherwise the yard pulls beoomo ever so much trickier than usual. Another common mannerism is the propensity to exaggerate Myle. The cultivation of this is a duly imposed upon all who honestly desire to learn the game. ICveryone likes lo lie us graceful as possible, and wluil is known as "style" is ihe handmaiden of gracefulness, as well as biting one of the, paths by which Improvement 1b attained. What the playiir (should really aim at Is to make his swing as naturally as possible, and there Is no use in trying to be fantastic in addressing (ho ball. The same applies on the putting green: affectation and crankiness are never helpmates to Ijood 0lMu increase, I lie icf; Jaiw achieved tilts dltion. Leonard sent a jaw, with : Lewis ciw. hard right, high on wa= Leonard's round. The third round .> a -it', the fourth Leon :. the bettie- held to which all are j invited. A good program Is on hand ! and n good time assured. A Sunday school was organized af I Chin last Sunday, with Mr. Kemper as � 'iperitltenileut. It Will begin Oct. ! I'.th at 11 am.. In the form of a Con-: solidiitod church lervlce. Chin district kindly take notice and turn out ! Pol.iriin- is -|iv a half gallon at J Co.ildalo. and 7"c a half gallon at i Chin. We Huppose it Is the freight , that causes the differetie... I Mr. Jackson is the new teacher at the lleadyniaile Consolidated school. He and his wife are very welcome In � the Iteiidymado district. At present they are staying with Mr. Pa'rish The Keadymade district organized a Sunday school last Sunday. Thorn w(is a full house at the organization meeting. The ollieers are, Messrs. Hosomworthe am) Jackson an I Miss Levett. The teachers Mesdamcs Me-Dougall, Kniidaon and Iiurklii. Mr. foronian has kindly douaied .......... . ..., i .Mr. Koroman has kindly donated a ie tHbi.i.ig and do,�l*o- , ,, , , u s , wis rn tied. Leo-i u d | n(,hoo, wh|(.h wl|) ^ Ri ? p m |n Ihe form of n consolidated church ser-; vice, beginning October Oth. Mrs. Norton is away on an extend-; cd trip in connection with her duties ; as grand matron of the Kustern Stir Mrs. and Miss .McCorniack, the mother and sister of our popular ('PP. agent, are visiting Coaldale for a while. To all newcomers to Coal dale let it I be known that wo are not cold and ! distant In reality. Wo like you and want you to become one of us. so Just jump in and get mi iju,noted. t'hnrlie Mitchell left last Sunday for Toronto to Join the flying corps An informal farewell parly was enjoyed by the young people upon his departure. James Mitchell, Charlie's brother, has been at the front for 2 years and so far lias not niitfered a scratch. We are proud of these boys. The Perfect Plug Smoking Tobacco Slice a pipeful, fresh from the pine;, just when you want it. fill your pipe, nor too t;;rht. light up and you will enjoy a smoke of real satisfaction. Try''it. Tke Rock City TeV.tr* C, Li�il.�, Qmb�, Qw. 1AG DAY RESULTS AI NOBLEFORD tri'snondsnt) . -Saturday wa.i � Child Welfare : a of the Worn-e arrangements iiiey do tho tag-�e of the day's ed amounted to forwarded to and her two chilli y night for tho I spend the next a i Xobleford, Sept 1.I tag day lu-re for tin week and ihe iiiemh" ion's Institute bad Ih : In hand. So well did ging that, at the elos 1 work the total colled. , $47.m'�. which will Ie 1 headquarters, j Mrs. S. \V. Mr-Nii 1 dren left on Stiturda 1 east where they u III twelvo months. | On Saturday evenii i young people gathen-| Farm to say 1'arewe! I who is leaving short; � to Join up. A very en ! speti! ami during th" j watch was presented : Willi the best wisiie.. � who all hoped to see ]soon. i Arrangements for the first meeting llu connection with the local Lyceum course, which is to tie 11r-1� l on Thurs-| day the 20th, In Ihe K.P. hall are now well under way. The committee in I addition to securing \V. A. iiuchanan, | MP., to deliver his lecture on 12 days at the western front have also secured Mr. fiuorgo Campbell of Champion, who will contribute sevoral musical number*. The chair will bo taken promptly at S o'clock and It Is expected Dial a humpttf lirewC1, vill to present. K. C. CONCERT . AT CAROSTON few of the I at tho 1'rulrie to John Speck] ? � for the States j evening a wrist j * to him together i *> of his frlnnds, = him back again j . Cardston. Sept. 2.1. - The -Knights of Columbus concert and party for tho Red Cross will be held on October 5, Instead of Friday evening next, as formerly announced. �;:>> tf tf .;. 4. Notice to Customers of the Graham Motor Co. We wish to announce that beginning on the ltt of October our garage will be run on a cash basis. The Graham Motor Co., Limited E. AINSWORTH, Manager Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OH AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Acctaiorlet. Batteriai. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alia. W. H. Dowllng � mini -ST- i � 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: 499 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 TIMES AND TUBES, THl^JW THEM IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 4154 ;