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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta :;:�age six the lett^ridge dailv herald monday, september 30, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus CANADIANS GET KEY TO CAMBRAI li Local Intermediates Beat Calgary in Both Games Calgary Intermediates came, . they saw, and they returned home in disgust. The local intermediates tucked away ,the Calgaryscalps in. both "encounters,before a fairly large crowd. .The first same fell to the locals 7 to 6U while the. bethbridge dossers annexed the second 5 to 3. It was a very glorious occasion for the youngsters here, and they -appreciated their victories to the full. The Calgary intermediates were very cocky when they took the field in practice. s In fielding they had*all the appearance of being the better aggregation, and it looked like a tough pro-position for the locals, liut when the lethbridge pitchers stacked up against the visitors it was soon apparent that the Cow Town artists. were/f'oelully weak with the stick. It was' there that they lost the game. Calgary con- : auto tires: OF ALL SIZES " . vijlcanized By the Famous Haywood System RE?TlREAblNb * REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All --work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellis9n Mills SERVICE STATION henry j. denn Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 TAKE YOUR IRADIATOR TROUBLE ANDY _ HE'LL FIX IT Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) nected only four times in the first" encounter and five times iu the next, and" that was the' cause of their undoing-. Lethbridge hit the Calgary pitchers freely^ when runs counted. Forbes "opposed Prendergast on the mound in.the.first. The local boy was, wild as a hawk but it was impossible to connect with his slants. Forbes was easy and was derricked In the seventh when Ridpath whacked one on the nose for three stations, punching two runs across the pan. He later scored himself. Lawther then went to the mound and stopped the local onslaught." . The . Calgarians nearly tied things in knots - in their half o� .the TALKS OF RING TO LADY REPORTER Former Champion Boxer Was Amused by Her Ignorance of "The Game" "And-and Mr. Britt. do you still punch?" enquired the female scribe a little timorously as, after the preliminary- introduction. Jimmy, the . - ... r redoubtable, seated himself at -her ninth whenjfcejr put two across with desk ,.,Anfl did really liv The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday aftelnoon, Oct. 2, at the home of Mrs. Nels Phillips." , Next Sunday, Oct. 6, will be the first Sun-day in the missionary campaign. The children of the Sunday school will put on a missionary program in the church in the evening. Miss Armstrong who was a missionary to^the Indians in.the northern part of Manitoba will also give a short address on that work. Mrs. Edwards, died very suddenly on Friday rri'opriing* after a very brief illness of three days with scarlet fever. The new3 of her death was received with very pronounced regrets as Mrs. Edwards was of a very genial disposition and held in the esteem of her associates. She leaves ' a husband and two little children to mourn her lossy The deep sympathy of the community goes out to Mr. Ed wards, and the little children in this time of their sad bereavement. Without disparaging the splendid work done by the citizens at the fire which occurred last Friday, there are some lessons in it that we niiglit learn. Disorganization never / leads anywhere and can never bring any weight to bear at any crisis. The town owes it to itself to incorporate that it might secure for itself adequate fire-fighting apparatus. A volunteer brigade should be organized thatjevery man might know his place and be there under a chief or overseer. There should be at least two such chemical tanks as we now have, so that if one fails to "spark" or. "kick" then it is hoped the other would; at least we would have two streams to play. There should be a standing offer of, say $5. to be given to the man who gets a tank of water on the scene first. If we would follow out some such cooperation we might save more and there would be less misdirected energy. Mr. Watts, who has been thieshing in the Claresholm district, returned home on Fridays train. Mr. Swanson, who has been away from home for some time, arrived home on Friday. * Roland Hill, Former Canadian Correspondent, Tells of Great Capture ROYAL SANITARY INSTITUTE EXAMINATIONS Rev. Jacob Maurer of Williaras-pburg, Ont., president of the Evangelical Lutheran.\Synod of Central Ontario, has accepted the call extended by the First English Lutheran Church of Kitchener. ;. The Royal Sanitary Institute of England, in co-operation with the Provincial Board will conduct examinations for sanitary inspectors at the Institute \ot Technology and Art, East Calgary, on Tuesday, Oct. 1st. The members ot the Provincial Board are Dr. Norman, and Sanitary Engineer^ Owen, of the Provincial Department of Health, Dr. Whitelaw, M.H.O., ot Edmonton, Dr. Mahood, Calgary, and G. R. Dolan,. Acting Secretary, Institute of Technology. ' Seven returned men have already notified Joe secretary that it is their intention to sit for the comrag; examinations. Three* returned "men were successful in passing a similar examination last April, and now hold responsible positions in various centres in the province. Candidates desiring to write qn this examination should apply to the secretary, at the Institute of Technblogy and Art. CHURCHES UNITE . * I AND SAVE COAL > ? Torontp, Sept. 28.-Boards of > churches in rural communities ? will be asked to- co-operate �> with Howe Smith, provincial ? fuel qontrofler, by holding ? service's in one church this ? winter, tne congregations to decide whether the services > snail be of a Union character ? or of the different denomina-�> tions. ? > * > * * *