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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX the LET^flRIDGE dail% herald MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus CANADIANS GET KEY TO CAMBRAI Roland Hill, Former Canadian Correspondent, Tells of Great Capture The Sport Page ness. the endurance, the pluck and | squareness of the ring. Hasn't it | made itself npparent in thp woti-, ders accomplished by thp British. ' tiip Canadians, the Americans and I the Australians?" Boxing his had a tremetulou Local Intermediates Beat Calgary in Both Games i: I) 'lis- ' : lUpkt i! , h 'til (-11-� : to ;.; annexed i CaUary IruPrmeriiates i'Ji:;' t;iw. ami they returned lio.r.e gust. Thp loe.U intermediates away the Calgary .-.-alps in i counters b�fore ��- fairly large Thp first frame foil t.> th" lee. '. while thp Lethhridpe v.iss'-rs ihe second .'. to It v..: - ;i \ ions occasion for Hie youti-.st nnd they appreciated ttio.r to the full. Tlio Calgary in:..Tiv.ed:.:t.-very cocky when they too',; 'to practice. In fielding Mi.-y ha appearance of being the bet:, {tution. ami it lookej !:ke a i, position for the locals. Bin j.ethbridge pitchers -;.ic the visitors it was soon the Cow Town arti.~t.-i w, re v.oetul'.y weak with the stick. It was 'her. that they lost the game. nected only lour Mmit i'niititpr and five times and tnat was th>' ear.se i i;-.g I.ethhridge hi: th" s ers freely when runs eoi F - oppo.-e.l Fronde mound in tin firs' 'i');,- : w ic.l as a it.iwk b'.r it wa to e.limpet with iiis slant-. ;� firs- e:: file next, heir undo .:ary pilch � field in i all the r ngg.-t -ugh pr.i-when the d r.p against ['parent that ! easy and was licrricked ill til whet: Ridpatn whacked oio nose for three stations, punching runs across the pan lie later si I'alsjary con- AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED ftv 'ho Famous Haywood Pi-stem RE-TREADING !f. ir.outtd. a -lar.ght. t'.iiaj!* in nir.ih whi noli- out. ,'.r.d held In t:i" rnor- fr>'t Ill 'V.s w fielded. I.av. i her 1 Slop)'" Tile C.'lg knot- in u they pi The boy.-he Ions * "i-ond fiv v than i' -e IP. med. �rg.i.-t on th.' inoal hoy was is impossible ' Forbes was , .seventh on i he : two! ore.l ] the 1 on- Y" BRITT TALKS OF RING TO LADY REPORTER Former Champion Boxer Was Amused by Her Ignorance of "The Came" 'effect upon ihi.s war. Uw opinion .�at mil of tlie riiijr. r question of Jimmy "Why did you .Mr. Britt?" was asked the one-time boxer ! "Because." answered be. "when a i man pomes to be more than L'S, his tec uperativ,. powers are going lo steadily dwindle. I knew when I reaehpd a certain point that I would go down, and so I stepped out when I was still ii' champion." Mr. Britt nibbed his eyes, know." hr ionfps-ed. "thpv "Von pulled GOLFERS ENJOYED MORE THRILLS IN OLDEN DAYS 'I-Ycrj Our lovn I 'en '.'*;v nil. n 11 Foremost. Sept. :!S. -The local Hi d Cross is doing valient police duty in gathering in the stray dollars, and some tli.it are not stray. In spite of the inclement weather, the concert, supper and dance given by th" N'ortli circle on Tuesday evening was a success. Those taking part in the concert were .Mrs. H. lleekep Mrs Holmes of Ktzikoni, Miss Mawhinney of Calgary. If any referetitp might he made of any rendering we might say timt Mrs. Holmes brought the real message of, the evening in her reading, "When they conic back again." in which was portrayed the porno lesson;', in it that, we might learn. Disorganization never leads anywhere and can never bring any weight lo bear at any crisis. The | town owes it to itself to incorporate that it might secure for itself adequate lire-lighting apparatus. A volunteer brigade should be organized that every man might know his place and bp ('�ere under a chief or oversp"i'. There should be at least two such chemical tanks as we now have, so that if one fails to "spark" or "kick" then it in Ottawa, Sept. 2R.-Tho director public information Isikucb tho following article by ltolnml Mill, former Canadian war correspondent: In capturing Rourlon village nnd Ilouilon wood, which presumably Includes llourloti Hill, the Canadians have jtiiined tho key to Camhral. They nrp only 15,000 yards from St. Ollc, tho western suburb of the great railway junction. K they hold on they can enfilade, all the roads which run from Camhral to tho crumpled fortress villages of Contain and Contain and with llieso strotiK points which held up (ion. ltyng's attack when the Canadian cavalry got through last fall, thero Is little to stop the British reaching the great railway cenlro with only niodPtato lighting except to tho at. Qupntiti canal. Thero aro no natural defences to j Camhral beyond Bimrlon wood, whlrli j Is n hill very similar in helRht, size I and shape to Mount Royal at Montreal, and very fpw trench lines. The eastern end of the wood Is a net work i of tunnels and cement stronj; points | nnd although the British guards twlco hoped the other would: at least we , K,|,Pl| possession of It. thnv were would have two streams to J'lay.'mnnllv driven out. 4he Oeniian's never j I here should be a standing offer or, I say $a. to be given to the man who gets a tank of water on the scene lirst. eni to local then t til .U'i.ui- nearly their half of t; tue .cross tightened Up tied I .tile u Itii then In ;:\ry i' br- and >r U m tl: : th- , i,) , ini:i:ii !i lit! Vig ".ted it.- for tl;.-a notiier -tid ot the score .v itidp.ith was hit i.'iidergast Hut the ihv.is and easily neouiUer it was bridge to take its ninth as the store of the fir-t half of 'r.iiedy nnd Sang j th" pati. - for the j  locals iti th'- la.-t ; lo was fiek.-d ! Ptill rihe pre-the her on light i-n't Ui>\-you not id plea,- b.tcaltse u-fore." liv, to Tttet" tt.iS both It..toes. . or four ipu-.bl iring catcher !o,-;.ls jiiayet! lod. N atid .-nire: - Xt-an- ly s.-.'!Iudson 21>. Kldpath p and :jk son If. Tair.ber rf, P- HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Br.ttsries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone E16 RADIATOR TROUBLE > itlg _ll. t-erKO ; :l l-'itzpatri, k it. J.-.: Harris 1'rend' rgast ::b and Calgary -Car'! If. Savage sun cf. Sco't ll>. li(-l'.on Jii s- and p. McKciizi.- lib, I-Forbes p and s.-\ i-'irst game- I>'thHridge ............loo ; Calgary...............""1 Second ganie-- l.etiibriiige............nai uj" Calgary .............. ijut� oln Tho m p. I.awther ilfrey rf. .:'"'l "And -and Mr B.'iit. do you punch'.'" enquired lhe female s a little titnorotisly as. after the j liniir.ary in'rodm tioti. Jimmy, i redoubtable, seated himself ,,t ilpfk. 'And did you rouHi i ti "toughs, street and hav. I or r-ttiy in the house - and 1 ing a brutal sport, ar.d ai glad lo He out of it. and-I tell me all about til" rln I lve never talked 'o a boxer I T!ie one-time > I'tiniploti'- eyes i twinkled anil he i.>i.'-.i"! as iiartnless ia- the inos; ii"rvii;,is e; the gentler | m'.v coo!;' der're. "V.-*.' he ^aid. ("In the niiin what I .-ay during my ;u! is qui'e true. Wlo'u ! say that I was brought up ::i a lough neigh-! 1'oriioi": I mean Mi..' it w.i.- essential-1 ly a fighting neigh: orhiiid. Why" land h"te Mr llritt's eves took on t emiiiiseeni look as he >(;. has turned out ! more lighters of international vepu--tation ihan any other .lart of '.iie , world Hero 1 lived, surrounded iiv , the sighting atmosphere of South 1 is cautioned 'of Market, intended by my father. , ward before (who was .in alderman of Hie city, to] The effect of study for law. I did erideavor to would be very 'study for some time, but you see i were there not 'the fighting blood was in me. 1 was | the rubber core 1 always to the fore i:i amateur cir-j the game ! cies. and then one day I was offer- | pressed f i'ii.'-JiiO- and I took BILL DONOVAN TO JOIN MATHEWSON "Wild Hili" Iiotiovan, former man-.tger of the New York Yankees, expects to sail for France soon. Dono-lttn is now on his way to Washington, and hope.- to join the gas and flame divi.-ion-:. in which Ty Cobb and Christy Mathe'.v-ton have bean commissioned captains. - 1 , TO ANDY If the pitcher incinr.ati Heds had liac! a c kay Mitchell all .season, v.-e'.l th"'-' might have been in the world's m-rtes. Aii.-:ence 'if Hal Chase and tile addition of Mitchell made 'he Beds look like a real team in 'lie last two wepk.s of the National league sea ion. Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1644 No gas-no fuss-no muss- Won't blow out in the wind- Won't spill over and burn the tube- Marvel Juoiorlulceizer , easy and interesting conversationalist on many topics. As la customary these days, the conversation drifted round before long to the war, and the scribe found that .Mr. Brltt I had been doing work in lingllah hospitals, teaching the moil calisthenics long before his own country entered the strife. "Ah!" ho said. "You can see how the fighting blood~ (omen out. II BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" e,| $,:i:iiu for a tight and I won. From that day my future wa> decided. I am one of the few men who stepped into tiie ring with no preliminaries. From the very start 1 fought champions. That lirst tight was with the champion of Australia." "And where have yuit fought and whom did you tight. Mr. Britt?" j The female scribe's ignorance was i perhaps excusable and her interest i was very keen. A host of names | which to the initialed would have I meant a lot. were poured into her jeats. a list of clubs which convey-I ed little to her were mentioned in ' the same hrea'h. but slip gathered that this must be a big man who t. Fighting as a sport you say? Well, it is wonderful. It has i (lone me good morally and physically; it has made me game." And as he spoke, Mr. Britt was very eon-| voicing. The .scribe began to feel i quite pugilistic and even went as far i as asking the champion for the � of two or three strokes. She learnt what the "crouch." which Jimmy In-; troduced into the ring. was. and .some other little methods of the noble art which would perhaps i serve her in good stead Home day. i But it is not only of lighting which Ilritt can speak. Cosmopolitan and u traveler over a of the world, lie is an I'nqucstionaHly the game of golf has reached its present general popularity because of the longer living and more easily manipulated balls. but there are tho.-e old golfers who confess that in the day> of tho pittta percha balls they more thorough'.) enjoyed the game than after the introduction of the rubber cores. There is a thrill whi'h accompanies the long flight of a hard hit drive, but according to one old-time.-, it cannot compare with that admiration with which, he a.-d to watch '!:� old "gut-Hes" get away from tu- club, travelling low for maybe 1"" >.i.-ds or more before it -it.'ited its grac fill as a bird. Fve: ,- now and then a rubber core takes a simil.o- tHcht. but not often; Hie old balls ,:i ..i>s did it when properly hit. On tlie north i o, of Si otland this golfer says he ha- ���,ii th" Hoys stand j about Km yards ttoiu a dock of gall i | vvhii.li had .-ttb i on the beach. They -, would drive over ti|.-m. long skimming -hots which would lis'.' and soar with the birds as they took flight. Another trick of those young fellows was to place a ball a' their feet and with a mashie, well laid back, loft the ball into the air. and leaping quickly, can'a it in the hands before it came lo earth. Anyone who wishes to try thi-mr to start running for the ball is struck, of "spin" on a golf ball ry trifling comparatively urface markings" on In the early days of the halls were made of com-ithers covered with leather. Hoys as having fought for big Hiings; paid the price for Hip things; coming home with a larger view of life, a broader conception of responsibility, arid a nobler vision would feel that the petty rounds of our life a? unsatisfying in Ihe big soul; that these brothers and sops would not be so T'laind of us if no bin! not grown a little and hand tim caught the vj-ioti. The chairman st.it.-t that the program was divided into two parts". First the music of the head or intellect and oc , nnd. the nnii-io of the heels. The lad- i ies always logical, knowing that tin-stomach came between, made provision for the sani" In a supper at tie-home of Mrs. Roberts at the cbue of th" concert program. After supper th" dancer? returned to the hall and t i to keep step to the music oT the heels. Tiie tidy sum of ?'il was rea'- i Uod which �makes ;� total of Jm'. that | tin- circle his gathered in this inon'h \ The unpardonable delay in commeuc- ! iiig was in evidence which is ''.iaiac-| tetistic of main" meetings m ihi . � place. ; .1. A. (1:11!- is ti visitor ,n Calgary this week. , tl. A. Mills of Altorado. who for) the pa.t few weeks list.! been at l)itl-l inond City, returned home last week ! and is now in the ho-n/al here .' churches in rural communities will be asked to co-opcratc with Howe Smith, provincial fuel contrnTler. by holding; serviei s In one church tlil-t winter, tne congregations to dcUle whether the services, shall b" of a union character or of the different deuoiiiiiia- IlollS. �>�>> (court. And even with that won. tin y have taken one of the G'erniatis' most vaunted posts in Bourlon Itself. Tlici" is a long level plain of about l.0'"l yards between the Marcolng switch and the village. Three old quarric", situated luilf way across Rive splendid shelter for a defending force and woin always a noted nest for German machine guns. It is likely tho Canadlnm got through this barrier In the early morning fog. Bunrlon village Is n mass of steel and concrete with tremendously strong Ireneh systems at the western end which have been there since IfUC. but have been alwayi kepi in shape. There is a quarry on the Pilg* of the town which held up tho British In the last show fof over a day. North of it Is a wrecked chateau which wan i once German headquarters and which has elaborate underground timncl:i tunning back Into the town Itself. The Camhral railway at this ond of tho village runs through u deep cutting, another obstacle to attacking infantry. Notice to Customers of 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. /.INSWORTH, Man.i9er BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. ***terlt�. Phone 1023 324 11th Street'South, Cthbridae, Alta. W. H. OowIIiiq If You Are Considering the Purchase of A Used Car it will pay you to examine our stock. We have (he 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 YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROS6 BOX ;