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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta in:', u; ;: minims, uail* mcnAiAt THURSDAY. SKPTEMHEU 20. 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G: McM anus CM * Well-will vou SEND THCrbE TV/0 HAT6 1 PICKED OUT-UP HERE S*.\ErtO THEM CCD V 9-10 AT Only No. 1 Wheat Delivered tc Elevators-Hi� Acreage Next Year The Soort ATHLETE KILLED "red Steele. Star Hockey Player. Gives l*p Life For His Country if'1 ief i'ourf un'ry lie  p.irtirln. of nine Sport fans of Calgary will ho ,"riev-d to learn that Pto. Frederick K Steele. th�- brilliant hockey star of city, was killed in action on Sep- 1ember 7. Ho was identified In lmal thletio circles for several years, and In work with the Hctallers in tCity lorkey League last winter iva.i large-responsible- for the excellent show- I�B of th'.- team in the race for the 'hampinnship. Private Steele went overseas with draft from the local depot battalion l March of this your, and after a AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING fi. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Kqi)ij> ment for Him Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 206 13th St S. Opp. Ellison Mllli tr.i i� split to France il In the r. cut il" by Canadians is unit � i' 'rum th- date on �Ini h :t : ars ago. came to , in l'.'l'.!. ami was a member ith- ! I K'ml Vies when that speedy s. pp made such a remarkable show-ini; i tile City Hock' V League. Hp was ployed with the Hudson's Hay Co. more than year, and after that was employ:-.', by the J"!:n Ir Grocery for two years. After  � Private Ste-le went to c.irmatuav d HEROES AND HEROES The world's basetiail series tl;.s y-ar produced im heroes. !:. cry "ibor y-ar ther- have b- n "miracle men" such as Stalling.*, ami heroes b> the -re i'l'.ey were >,era 1  Ied as r �A S > a ten. la rtte : in em-for lie win Kit. a- 1 HURLED FIFTED G 1 .\ ESI! e-n: u - �, ha\. li' a r." '.v a r It; ; t:. w ir of I id. i; In s. >ur o to sneak, li in litis, n'.s on li so are hero Big Tliiin: There i'eoplo roism s 'A 111) in Iho tnu T: �ma: Athletics Were Only Team Wasn't Able to Heal In Extra Innings Inynl in th- Peacock general Ir store from .Inly. 1 .'']'">. un'il January, l'.Uv when h- was railed into buna, k-- , ; for military training. While it, c,,li;,'.ry ' , he lived with his *Ist,-r. Mr-, Duncan | MacLean. at 82? Third Avenue. Sun- , . ny.iii'.ii. ! ! The work of Fred Steele on th- de-j( fence of any hockey t. am was a f-a-lure in itself. Ho was a hill of I streiiRth when he came i(, briakini:  up attacks, and his spectacular rushes , were alwav� a treat to watih in a,! �came. Me held a splendid average with Ihe H-talli rs last winter, and l. bin .*l �tvr and newt j pr.rents who are livim; in the ea:.t. - I '� iCalKitrv Herald.I I i----------I When Wa' s.s-ntia! . :.>r .Tob.r i;|ia"o:: He Is only a r'Mallvn are the boys who ih" V.C. There ar- crades -.e.| ils and honors, but all irnr the hrrolc fibre, la !!:� re are those who work n an.! unnoticed to win � v ar. You can never pot a Vie-: i.i Crosx by producmi: bii;-r an i better cri'ps, inn you li-ip to win the war. an eh U for l.'U. a Hlr: ?p.e.l Sturi ThinK n up pro. now. 1 that, iicti.ui a: .illC DVPrtilue ,il hini'i-'lf am en: i:lfii�r� this y. into . xtra ,ii.; i i'..- r. spon-i'.' � iram-s. >:i pi'.h-l ,iir'.:;.t Pals in iit-r nr. u:t m'. \' ( . . ^ !�� i MACLEOD 10 it > BOXING GOSSIP SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 111 7th Street 6. Phone 616 O-- O---O Now- they're tellini; one on Fred Pulton, or rather on Mike Collins, Pre i's niana-ver, which shows with what confiii-noe Dt-mps'-y entered th" rins i.ttaln^t Pulton over Jersey wav recently. Collins not'e.-d :hat Deraisey wore tir- tapo bami.mei: Imiu-diat-ly lie s-t up a dreadful how! to Deinps-y in pt rs-on. Jink finally calb d Kcarns, his n.anacer, over and said: "Jack, tell thl* fellotv not to bother I me any more, Gr over and Rive Fulton all the tape he cares to wear and tell liiin he'll need It." Keorns found Fulton deep in tl '.u;:ht in the other corner. WE BOIL 'EM Wo boll your radiator In a preparation that thoroughly cleansen it, making it easy to discover and fix leaks. We are belter equipped in this way than Cabrary-having tho only boiling outfit in tho district. ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (I'pstairn) DUFFY WANTS TO FIGHT 65 Years Old, Former Athlete Swims 12 Miles to Prove He's Fit. New York. Sept. M - T.i prove his oft-dUputed assertion that, although ilu years old, he still Is physically fit for military service. William J. Duffy. a. deputy Internal revenue officer, and formerly a noted athlete, swam yesterday from Hrookyn Bridge to Coney island, approximately twelve mile--, in faster ilmo than ho did , eight years uro. j "l have tried my best to g-t over I there to do my h.t." ho said, "but | every tinio 1 appli-d they 'old me '�. that a man of my age could never island the wtrain Incident to war work. 'Now maybe they'll listen to me." I '"A 4 if � V � Inspector Torrie Joins Teaching Shift-W. A. Stickle Is Made Principal Ai ". as previously Intimated. .Many Americans have lately made Inquiries at llegtstrar Carson's offL - i a� to what procedure they arc to | adopt In connection with registration ) under the Caniidlan Military Service Act. It Is necessnry tlutt each man | should give, his full name, and this 1 In order that It is perfectly legible 1 should be hand printed, and not writ- [ ten in the ordinary manner. The fullest address possible should be j stilted, and tho men must state ' whether they have registered under: American law. If exemption Is claimed owing to diplomatic reasons, all details must he given. It Is also pointed out by the registrar that ! prompt advice must be sent of any chan e in addivs.s, after registering, j i The ne-essltv of a Pnltcd Christian church as tin- basis of a lasting peace was urged by the lllshop of oxford, preaching In New York. (Frnm Our uwtn CorrPRpnnilont) Miuieod, Sepl. 25.- iiiroRhing continued every day tho past week, tho elevators urn busy handling only No. 1 wheat, thin week ending September will practically srvo tho end of the threshing for tho no.ison of 1P1S, Farmers are providing thomanlvcs. with seed for tho coming Benson i>l 131H. and prospecta arc that, tho acreage will be large, Judging from the amount of summerfallow. and tho ground Hint has been cultivated on account of no crops. Thomas Nixon, of Nanton, was n business visitor to Macleod dtiiins tho week. II. M. Shaw, M.P., visited Macleod last week, and mot it few of his friends. The Minister of Customs visited Macleod the past week, on private, business only. C. M. Mitchell, Inspector of nn'.n llceiiR-'s. spent Saturday In Mncleoil. The Knights of Columbus urn well satisfied with tho result of their drive In Macleod. Saturday was child welfnrp tag day in Maileud. and a very satisfactory amount was collected for this Important caiiae. At the Kmpress the Hew .! A. Kennedy cave an interesting addre.e-. on the Hritlsh army and navy. Word has been received that Another Macleod boy Is missing. Archie Campbell, who has been in the Hying corps. Sunday the funeral of the Inle Mrs, W. Purdy was held from the Methodist church, conducted by the Itev.'s Lewis and Dyer. Mrs. Purdy had been confined to her room for some weeks, and died at her home at Allen Molds, near Macleod, on Saturday morning. Sept. Hth. In the, A. P. P. court Walter llatton had his preliminary hearing, following Ihe inquest on the death of ii. F. llatton. and was remnnded for trial at the next sitting of supremo court. DEATHS FROM INFLUENZA Syracuse. NY, Sept. 2fi.-Nine sol-dloix and one at the Syracuse recruit camp died yesterday from influenza. One hundred and twelve cases were taken to hospitals. HISTORIC HOTEL BURNED St John. .VII,, Sept. 2(1 - Th- |,i . toric Dnfferjn hotel here, own.ii by C. M. Ibstwick and operated by the estate of ,|. H. Doody and !'. It. Foster, was destroyed by (Ire early yes. terdiiy. There were 17R persons In the hot"] All got out iiafely, most of tln-iu lii nighf clothing. No c'ltlniiito of the monetary loss u available. engaged In e In-rtfi since I'M'l. y education in Or and his normal lie taught for a si.or time in li.'s native province for- a. ' cptlng the prinelpalshlp o Macleod. Alberta, schools In ISi'l. II- was appointed principal of the practice school In connection with the Calgary Normal in Pall, and remain-in that work until lrU7 when h� be-can-.e school Inspector at High River, Inter being transferred to Mui'lcod In Pa In. Mr. Torrie's work has boon of a very high order ami he Is admirably suited to the position which he now a.-smne.s on th- stall' of the Normal SeilOol. Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 Overstocked For One Day Only, Saturday, September 28th, we will sell 3V2-inch Chains at............$3.25 4-inch Chains at..............$3.50 BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" seven have been pitched at home, two in Chicago, two in Detroit, one m Cleveland, on- in Philadelphia, one In Sr. Louis and one in New York, in his collection of extra-period affairs are thr. e games of ten innings, four ot il. two of i.:. one 01 11), one of M. one of one of 1>1 and two of Is. The "Fire Hull King" started nine of tin- i-xce.- i round urtuir* in which 'ho has '.....u enfangled and lin.dod j six for other parties. When Johnson .was going it alone he ropp"! ..x lo..;; I battles and lost three; when h.- was .helping out others he land-: I in� troversies and let four e"cap � i Tho one team Johnson not. able to abate this season alter a game 'got buyoud th- ninth was Pnilade!-ipliia. He dropped an 11-iniilng fray I to the Mackmen on .May 1. I 10 0, Scott Perry, cause of a good many of ,; baseball's big troubles this, > stack-; Ing up against him. Dairy Harper ; started thin buttle. | Kvery other American league club J Johnson has beaten at I. ast once In 'extra innings this year .-in.I two clubs -�-Chicago and St. Loin.- lie has beat-j en twice. The Brown.-' have not tak-1 en an additional period away from Sir Walter, Detroit winning two bat-.ties that went past lie- ninth and the 'oth'-r clubs one. The only pitcher whose record near-', ly approaches. Johtisou's in regard to extra-inning names figure I in i �. Stanley Covaleskio of (ieve)alid. He was in nine games that have given the fans more than they paM lo m-o. winning a. lii-inniiig i-iiitlict and games that lasted 11' and 11 -essions and losing all the ot.ii. rs. 1 George. Mogndg'i of the Vanknos, ! has gone on v.fon::�g eight times after ! the ninth inning whistle ban blown. lie had the misfortune to oppose Cov-! ulesklo when the Yanliees and the In-i dluiui played two full gamed and one | inning of another before reaching a ; decision and he also went down to ! lb-feat in a 1.'. round fracas. The port-I sider's record in extra-iniiing games is j tour wins and four losses. I Jim Hajjby r>? f^j/uland hua won ARGENTINE STRIKE liuetio t Ayres. S" ;:' cf the po.-'al and 1 whicli had ie i-'a m Sept. :,, was s.-th d one week all mail re stand-''ill ami there pai ;�! s.-rvii ' m:h  ETTLED '.i'i.-Tlio strike �craph employes progress since yesterday. For vices were at a had been only li'. e out of sjx Ion of Boston three , Hush of Bo Oou i n Chi. ago t\\ o out I Johnson'3 j No other Aiuerii ; have figured in in gameo. This is .). bat bei, Carl Mays of live and Joe Kddlo Cleotto of soners. "In audition to the counter-attacks already reported, which were launched by tin- enemy northwest of Fayet, Ills troops twice attacked the positions north of Grleourt. These attacks were .. Unsuccessful. , j "A successful minor operation was curried out yesterday by English troops northwest of La Hassec, as the result of which the line was advanced and more than ]o.u prisoners were .taken. "A counter-attack launched by the enemy In this locality during Iho night was repulsed and several prisoners were left in our hands" We improved our positions slightly yesterday and during the night northwest of Armftntleres. In patrol encounters and raids between Armen-tlerea mid Ypros wo captured several prisoners." Prepare to Quit Metz AmstTdam. Sept. 2.1.-It Is announced that owing to the long distance bombardment of Metz and other plac-i e. preparations are being made for the expeditious evacuation of civilians and movable property from places within range ot such gunn when ihe evacuation becomes necessary, says a dispatch, received here from Berlin. TIRES LIKE THESE should visit us Immediately. We make a specialty ot prompt work in AUTOMOBILE TIRt VULCANIZINQ Punctures, blow-outs Winters and worn treads given careful nttnntlon. If you liavo tiro troubles, you cannot do better than to come to tin at once. Keep our address. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. 0. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street 8. Lethbridge. Alta. Phone 498 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle Ail Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. 1913 Record  .in i.-.igue pi'.chcrr, ." than four long in-ou's record: TKN-INNING CAMKS May ii Won from Boston, 4 to 11. Opposing pitcher, l.'iili. .Inn- :;u Opposing piicher, July ::i-- Won in Oppo.-ing pitcher. : KLK V KN-lN'r May -1 Ln.a :o 0. Opposing pltche June _ Lost to Oppcsing pitcher, June 5- Won f: Opp-i.-ing pitcher. July IT. Won I to Boston, Ma-.s. to 1. to DESTROY 53 PLANES London, Sept. 25. - Fifty-three hostile airplanes v/ere accounted for by British aviators on Tuesday, according to the official announcement tonight. Thirty-one of these were destroyed and 22 were driven down. Ten British machines failed to return. m Chicago, .v'lle/ibnrk. I I Nil GAM ICS I Philadelphia, 1 to I . I'.-rry. I ti -'.eliind, 1 to 0.1 Baihy. I uni Detroit, 5 to 4. lianas. | ami Cleveland, -1 to 3. Oppo mg piicher, Coumbe. TWKLVKINNING GAMKS April 17-T.ost to New York, S to 7. Oppe.ini' pitcher, .Mogridge. June -1- Won from New York, .'! to 2. Opiioslng pitcher. Hussell. THIRTKKX-INNING GAMII July 2!)-Lost to Chicago, 1 to 0. Oppo.-iing pitch. :-, Ban/. I'i )l 'RTFKN INNING GAMR An;.-n.-.t 111- Won from St. Loul.-i, .'! to 2. Opuosing |>'tc!n-r, Hogei'b. IT FT K K N IN N ING GAM K July 25--\Von from St. LoillH, 1 to 0. Opi.osing pitcher, Hothoron. SI XTKKN IN N IMG f 1A M K AugUKt la Lis! to Dotrolt, 8 to 7. Opposing pitcher, Cunningham. KIG1ITKKN INNING GAMKS May la- Won from Chicago, 1 to 0. pitcher, Williams. August 4 -Lost to Detroit, 7 to G. Opposing pitcher, Diiukb. JEALOUSY OVER WOMAN CAUSES MURDER ATTEMPT Toronto, Sept. 25.-Jealousy over a worrfan is said by the police to have led to the shooting of Glovanna Delia Salandra, an Italian, on the street here at six o'clock this morning. Thr man wanted by the police on suspicion of having committed the deed Is Leonard Demeo. Salandra lies In the General Hospital In a critical condition with three bullet wounds in his bond. Little hope is held out for his rocovery. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage, Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng 1 Notice to Customers of I the Graham Motor Co. We wish to announce that beginning on the 1st of October our garage will be run on a cash basis. The Graham Motor Co., Limited E. AIN8WORTH, Manager If You Are Considering the Purchase of A Used Car it will pay you to examine our slock. 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 TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROS0 BOX 0772 9997 809040 ;