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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta By G.Mc Manns MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, Ifift ss Ml Chase To Be Dropped |By Organized Baseball At Meeting This Month rtaate will be ^ final disposition ot or First Baseman Hal Chaae /the National ledgue meetingr ^teonOi:. Chase will be dropped l;�D&anttrial to answer charges that ^lltragered on certain ball games last son. He has ^brought a suit against AUTO TIRES ' OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED ifirtha F�mons H�7w6od 8y�tam Re .> � ^ .�  '� � � * � TAFT SAYS NOTHING DOING .DAYTON, O. Nov. 30.-Former President William Howard Tftft, in an interview given out today; declared-h0 woii^d- under no circumstances accept the po-sitien of baseball commissioner for the two major leagues for which office , he had been suggested. ; : >*^ i' ^^^^? ? ? >? ? � PHILADELPHIAWack Dempsey won tha popular decision from Billy Miske'of St. Paul in a slow slx-roilnd bout here. Only half a ..dozen h'ard. blows were landed. In _ the third round; Miske jolted Dempsey. with aii uppercut to the jaw, which gave hlfli the advantage in this round. After this the' bout was all in Dempsey's favor. , ' ' ; , . �'}] In. the semi-final ,Ieff Clark of,l^^t.' lantic City had the better of ',$#m Langford, Boston. Clark,.-Rent Xiaiig-ford to tae mat in the first,round and was the aggressor throiighout..' Jack Thompson of St, Joseph, J^o,, knocked . out Jamaica ICld ' of - NieiV York in the fifth round.; ThA,men' are negro heavyweights. V ,  Johnny Dundee of New York' h&d-the better of a six-round bout- with Joe Phillips ot Philadelphia, Dundee was too clever for the local, boy and had the advantage in every round. (Bow Island Review) , The funeral ot the late John Chris-topherson, whose deaBnlrem influenza was recorded last week, iook place on Fridayv Noveniber .82, .amid evel-y sign of regret from the cltixeiis; The cortege; siarted from the funeral parlors at 2^30 p.m., ad,escorted by a long procession .of automobiles, conveying friends and sympathizers wended, its way to the home .bt the dieceased, where^a Very impressive funeral ser-vicis -was conducted by,".the ReV. Woods, and where the beautiful ceremony of the I. O. O. ii^ lent additional solemnity to the occasion.- 'Fiie. interment took place in - the Oddfellows'cemetery. The casket bearing the remains wa^s made of' quarter-sawed oak and had highly burnished copper fittings. It was covered with numerous offerings of bea\�tiful flowers. John .Christopherson contracted the prevailing epidemic of influenza on November llth and died from its effects between three and four o'clock on the morning of the 20th, leaving a wife and two young children to mourn hia-death. In addition to these he leaves a father and mother.r^and four brothers and four slsteps- His parents together yith one brother and two sisters reside at Stanley,; ,.W'is., - anotber brother lives at W*lnj)vright, Alberta, one is servliig at the front, whilst the othey resides in T^lsconsiri. Ttj'o of the-sisters.live in Minneajioli^ and Washliigton,''D.O., respectively.. ^ The deceased resided in Wisconsin until nine years ago, when be came here and filed on a homestead ,five miles northwest of Winnlfred.; During the last year and a half he,has beeni The Alberta Horse Breeders' Association Ms beett requested to ascertain the number of horses that would be available' in'Alberta for.'food purposes at 5* per pound,, f.o.b. owner's nearest stfttldn. -Horses njiust be healthy and itt ^obd cfthdition* old Used up horses ar6 not wanted, 'i'here are undoubtedly thobsaiids of horses in Western Canada, tbat are misfits, undersized and of very'little-commercial value that' could" be utilized to help supply meat for the millions of people in Europe AVholiaVe"been accustomed to eating hbr^e fljssh end whose meat supply is most seriously Inadequate, and at the aame. time their use for this purpose would conserve a tremendous amount of fodder to be used in raising a better class of horses and other classes of live stock. In order to ascertain what, quantity of horses might be available tor this purpose, all owners who. have l?orB�?s pf this class that they arie- willing to dtspote of should writb to E. .L. Richardson, r.ec-retary of the Alberta Hbrse Breeders' Association,' Calgary,, giving the information asked for in an advertisement appearing alsewhiBrfe'in this issue, as to the number of >anima]s, etc.,. tliat they would .uhdeJtalce tb supply ^ 5c per pound t.o.b, their neai*est station. It would appear is if a market might be opened upforithis class of horse. If the'owner^ of horses, will show sufficient interest tb notify the secretary of the numbers they iwill undertake to sell. � � ., DOES NOT CREDIT  MINISTER'S STA-TEMENT - OTTAWA--Hon; ..Arthur Melghen, minister of therlhterior, *was isked tonight as .tovWhether'-^ statement sstid to baive been ,made,; by Hbn; W: R. Motherwell yesterday on his return,to Regina from the provincial conference, to the effect that the^western provinc-. es did not -oonsid'er ;the itranster.' to them of the natural, resources worthy LET HIMj LIVE __________ . flf consideration by reason of reserva with Mr. Beuhriiig, jn the, garage auditions regarding the sam& being made ......by theDobinion government. - "I. do not thinli Mr, Motherwell ever made�such a statement," said Mr. Melghen in-answer,,'to the question. "So far as I can recall, there Tvas no dissent whatever expressed to the reservations. Generally speaking,*' Uiey appeared to be considered in the interests of all conctlrned.' The,disgHs-^6n was .on' the Question of flnahdnil terms." ,^ ,�� �;; '  '^TURKISH MOKlEY MISSING GBN^A; Nov. 28.-Coincident with the dep^rt'u'rei from Oonstantlhople of BnVer'^Pasha, former Turkish 'minis-jter of war,' and his',colleagues, the disappearance^ of 25,000,000 Turkish pounds.' ot, public- funds ^l^ced in' various. baiiHsi was noticed; according to the Tribune, of Geneva. It is belleV.ed, the newsjiaper says, that ;th^, ro'biiiejr h^s,, been traiisferfed to'^jeutral^ baiiHi'fe or carried away; Bnver.Pasha- faas' been Jnvlted: by th'e Berlin - authorities: to leave the Ger-maii capital, and will arriye in;Bwlt-zerlahd sOop. ' ^ , implemeht business at Winnlfred un. der the firm name of Bpuhring-anfli Christopherson. In addition to his business connections, however, the deceased was imbued with a fine public spirit and always found time to lend his. valuable aid and give advice on matters appertaining to the various local organizailonB of whi(sb he, was a member, ; With his bereaved young wife and' relatives eveiy." resident extends the :deepeBt syRtpatfay, feeling that' in him they have lost' one whose sterling-wol-th ftnd^ honorable and manly nature will remain in their memory for many years to come. . ORIGIN OF EXPRESSION ' "PyBLICBEDW  ��> ^ 4>^4i4> 4> Ba)invvi8ta'ponm'Prlnl]�dillfl ^the honing.' Qiaviatoh,', MaH9ii||iCt :Ohto. lAo cording to-the story .connected ' with lt,-4he ;vaeiu> ? ' .... -v. '�'�'0- ? ? ? ? : ? : wa8 go-. -y^ 1 Ing' to show Vanderbilt u|* / HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100^00 Victory Bond for Ibe nearest estimate. 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