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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta UP FATHER By G. McManus Sfl mm The Sport Page Racing Man, Now 77 Years Old, Followed Sport for Half Century On October 10 Bund Doble' passed pier 11 on his Journey through lilt The return of his hirlbday found him under the palm trees at TXJS Angeles Cal, in the enjoyment of good health lih'ica ho has toer.-favored with to many years. To the present genera tlon of racegoers the name of this roar i3 comparatively unknown, a's he ha not raced on lha eastern tracks, sice he came over the mountains with Kiu ney Lou ii 1903: There was a time; however, whe -his name was on every lip i AUTO OF ALL VULCANIZED the Furnoiu HarwroiJ Sriuni REPAIRINO By Experienced WortaneiL All gnsnintMil. Special BinJl- ment for Rim Cat Repalra. R.D. RITCWE 20S 13th 8L OPT- Elllion Mllli eers Murphy and Coi is today. Also urias his career, which covered over all a century, Uohle established a re- ord lhat has'never been, and no doubt aver will be enualled, by reducing the record for trailers three limes Deiler In 1S67. Goldsmith Maid n and Nancy Hanks 1S92. B-at Mark Seconds. Deliercut the ol flora Tem- seconds when ua trotted anj Goldsmith Maid reduced hia maVk Sy'scconds when she reach- cd '-11 while Nancy Hanks made the cut of all when, Ibanks to tha advent of the bike sulky, shu moved the of >Iauil S. 10 The list ol Ladj Suffolk, in 1S45, la Uhlan, in 1912, shows lhat no other man ever drove more thin one and at present is a difficult matter to tell where th neil one will oome (roa, to a time as though White had a chance with Lee Aiworthy in 1916, when he troltefl In It is also a pleasure lo look long, long trail to the old CentervilK- ro-jrse on. Ixrag'Island in 1S61. when pudd poble, first attracted nations! attention.-., by cfemlias Lancet to sidalej.with nghin-in IThat was 57. wra dgo'wh'ils at the, lime he but 19. Won Him Dec- lo Congress. President Wilson .told how important to. business adjust nients.wRs the Injuiedlalc determlna lion o! iases for lots'. 1319 1920 He continued: "If the war had continued it :woulc hive been necessary to raise at leas f by taxation" payable .111 the year 1519; but the war has ended and I agree with Iho secretary, ot Ike NEW i miLieu mu treasury that It would be safe to re: and the'Ving milted me. Then George juce the amount to. An Frank Murphy of Chicago Tells of Meeting With English Ruler y YORK- ''I mitted the king ho congress my purpose lo loin In too representatives of fie goy- rumciits wllh whom we (have heeu assoclBled in the war against the ccn- ral empires for Hie purpose of dis- cussing with them Hie main features ot the treity of peace, I reallzo the greot Inconvenience that will attend my leaving Lhe country, particularly at IhU time, but the 'decision llial It my uaramounl duly .to go has leeii forced upon mo by considerations which" I h.opo wlllscem as conclusive to you as Uiey have seemed lo me. "Tho-allied goverumeiUs have ac- cepted Ihe basis'of peaco which 1 outlined to congress on Ihe eighth of January as the central empires also'live, nnfl very reasonably .deslro my pcrsSual counsel In' their tnterpre- lalion and application and It Is highly deilrable that 1 should give it In order hut the sincere desire of our govern- ment to contribute without selbsli of any kind to settlements ft O'fTAWA. Uec; prospect- of any dlniiinlllon Is .'-no' In Iho and tha'Ving milled me. Ten eorge amount to said- "We are certainly grateful to Imniedlate'fapid decline in Iho cipo you for helping us. and it is admlrablejes Of government Is lo: that of your years, cau lako so fnr. ronlracts made for i active a part That is the how aad the why .itu-i-ieiS on h British pier bi King George of Britain and Murphy of Chicago. supplies will. Indeed, be rapidly can ol the celled and liquidated, hilt their Inlnie- 'tween uiulu liquidation will make heavy FrauS drains nn Ihi! treasury months I just ahead of .us: V V H. "The maintenance qt our forces on lvhn' Ihe other side sea isi'siill ne- cessary. 'A considerable, proportion those forces must. fonWIn in-Europe work of. Ilie board of pensions inlssloners for some months to como. There are hi Canada at the present time approilniately soldiers un- der trealmcnt or receiving vocational training who are lii receipt ft pens, lous. The evacuallbn ot the numer ous hospitals and convalescent homes 11 over Great Britain will result In u urge Influx o! Canadian Invalided sol- llcrs whose-cases' for lave-lo be cbhlldertd. A rouch. es.ll nate places the 'number of Canadlai i.ONUON, DQC. J.-iStlrrtng acenp.i ill Downing Sired to- day when Iho of (Irr-al Franco Italy as- sembled lo discus Iho preliminaries cf Ihj'iicfCf- conference. H mis'under- stood tlml Ilir. fate of Iho former Gei- nuu emperor mill question of mak- ing Germany pay iho full bill wen .be- fore the meeting. Before Iho representatives arrived Downing Street was filled to'overflow- ine great lirowrt ot apc-clators, first lo'orrlvo was1 Marshal Koch And his car. decked In tho Krencb'colors, .wheeled up lo Ihe- premier's residence, Ibc crowd liibtanlly recognizing tlje gallant flguro of Mhe c.pnimauiler.iii- iJilet of Ihe allied pressed ifound tho csr shouting J'flravoToch. Marshal Koch stepped quickly from he1 car .and disappeared Inlo lha louse, i- Premier ClemoDcetu almost mmedlately and the crowd surged Jrbund him on Iho pavement, cheering and EhouttuE wltli'Oriea'of "good old tlicr" and "Viva The stood lilone on, Ins slpfa tho'welcomo with Tho mooting lasted from 10 o clock In-the iiiiH-rf'ne unill li o'clock'ln Iho ovenlne wllh inly an Interval for ,'An 'authoritative statement wns Is- lied aflcr the moellni; lhat Micro liad m no hitch during tli'o deliberations that certain definite and Inde- l ose orces mus, en tall star. hack Vhen lie period- ol -oraipatloa -and arrived yesterday he was handed a. troushilipme will he telegram m which kj D nk Ken icieg am in wn.Ln transported and heavy na. aldei-man.of Chicago s.Flrot ward. >.to iconie. The said, :'Hurry home and tell us history i lJUiuuaa vi thai will bo of. common benefit lo an nations be made 'ully manifest. The peace, settlements which are now to be agreed upon are of tremendous importance both to us and to iho rest ot the. world and I know of no business or Interest which should like precedence ol them. It Is my duty, lo play my full port In nrnk- Ing good In which they offered inelf jlte'blopd to obtain. "I shall he inclose touch, with yov and with this jldt> water and you will know all that I do At request Ihe French and Epg governments have absolutely re 'h censorship'of-cable news ionderit conclusions had bceii arriv- ed at. No delallB of those have yet become available. The conference will be re- sumed tomorrow. The official altitude Is that-nothing can he said-until entered. ADVICE FREE We fflll adilse yon. re lit care fl[ vour radiator and' do good work if are needed at a minimum, -_ ANDY "The Hidlilor Mm" 413 Finh moved the Which tit isaea uui- -of his" stable. did said Murphy Doble also, earned the hon- yesterday.- "We flirt trawler work, of the treasury in recomn England p'oel, chased subs, guided'transports. There the S2.000OTO.OOO needed .in ors-'to iwnicn .mii Oliver '.Wendell '.Holmes, referred In 1875 in his trolling poem, "How Ihe Old Hor.9 Won the when, alter meatloalai old Hiram and Dia Pieit- fer, he saldj'- "Wllli Ihem a IhlrJ-and who Is he That iiands beside Ihe fast b. g.. Budd: Dobie whoae catarrhal name So'fllls Ihe null trump of -and It'certainly did (ill It at lhat time. addition chased subs, guided transports. Tfiere me sz.ugu.wu.uuv) nccucu was a mob on the, pier one day. They; to provided hyv ei- toid n-- kinff was there.- I bulled (istlns law be obtained from the pro- l ourred and. shall ansorsmp .mo, UuU. wlihln.a torUitht they had maintained and Ibere-Is now no censorship whatever eicepl updn ay Uipled trade, communications with enemy cquutries. "It has been-neces- sary lo keep an open-wire constant- ly, availalile between Paris deparlment state and tweJn'France and the war In order that Ibis might be done 'with the least possible inler er- fenco with the other of the cables, I have temporarily Isken ,over the control ot both cables-. In order .that thev niay'be used a .single syslem ine) .jwi_, nr ihe Rinor1 oldlcrs at'present ta British alone ot It- is possible, of course, lhal many of.thcae may be eventually dlschafeed ns fit. Wltli the cessation II Is eijieclcd .hat ft largo number of_Canadinn Peji: filone'rs who have'remained in.tho country and whose penalons 'havo. been paid through Ihe Brillsh branch G? the board of pension will probably evidence, a desire to relurn to Ihelr nallve soil. During Ihe .war.many partially disabled solrt> lors have transferred to.the non-com- batant unils1 Rucli as forestry, HPy corps; ctc.V'aiid the clalms'ol iliese men lo pensions will have lo lie con- sidered by-'tha board. .DIED OF PNEUMONIA Michel, B.C-. having died o[ Krncsl L. Gargelt, maiiaeer ot (ho Co., Brandon, died n and so did Roath. ut. i fits wfilch have occurred and. shall accrue', from war contracts and dis- tinctively war lhal 'ihese laies be confined loathe war pro- tils accruing in 19lS. oiyn.-1918 from business originating :in contracts. 1 urge 'your acceptance "of his recom- RORTUGESE'ci-AIM U, S. nee. the rights -of Vjtlzenship Jn Ihe Unlic.1 l6( .-Portugese'' from IHe Hawaiian Islands -will dlscribark here tomorrow from the steamer JJIagara..; In-addltiOn to her Icfcil passengers, the Niagara has a-large number of salooii' destined lor .Van, couver. I Scvoral Vears ago large numbers ol I'ortugese. io'galher.. with Ihelr fam- Lisbon .to Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFyLLV STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. St. S., Lethbridce W. H. DOWL1NG W. 3. COOK e- _ his real .work with Ooldsmlin ji s-" rc5nLlniied for 10 years, .dur- ing" which the little bay mare earned more: money and performed oefors more people than any Horse lhat ever lived Sue was the whale'of the light barren 'racing world, and while S.. Nancy Hanks, Alii. Uhlan, and hundreds ol oihers trolled faster, none- of tiem can ever take her place In tiirf history. Doble-madB her, while with Nano Hanks he only continne'd Ihe work of Ben Kinney, and, with nsilcr, com pleted Ihe preliminary training 01 Hi- ram- Woodruff. During his Ions ca- reer Budd Dotla trained and raced many splendid trotters, and pacers, such horses as Monroe ,Calcf, Sam Purdy, Bonnie McGregor. Monbars, McDoel, Jack, Arrow and Ed Annan being In the number. All tit them are now, however, prac- ically except hy liiose who f 4 4 i Willdrd SERVICE STATION AttentioD, Motorists Your battery needs very cire- rnl attention during the cold weather. Cafl Onr Service Department and we will send for your hat- terr ind clore same during tbe winter si reasonable rates at our up-to-date nailery Station 111 TVl Stmt S. Phone 61S ICallJ lUtftullcu, enjoy looking np tie back crosses in the pedigree ol successful performers but so long as light harness racing has a place in turf history hit work with DMler, Goldsmith Maid and Nancr Hinks will endure. There Is also an- other aprlB of fame linked with the name ol this pleasant old gentleman, whose never falllni courtesy'and klnd- toward his associates is still re- membered, and that is lhat no one ever had a oouat hut what the horse he was rldlns or drlvlns was out to Bowling Is booming al .the Do- biir'altraciiVn so far. IfMs "iTkely lhal a five pin league.will be for- d'jrmg the next few days and a regular schedule drawn up. After Christmas is the lime the t-n pin trundlers get in their good work, ani'a league may be formed then. This vreek-the illey. manage-' i'ment is hanging up two Christmas iturkeya for the bo-.vjers, one- for ithl high score in fiv; pins and th- io'.her for the man selling up the high mark in len'pins. Bartns hasn't been heard from this season BO far, but a loud con- tinued roar may be etpsctid from lhat quarter any day. Bill Moore is evidently waiting to spring a big surprise. HUNTER ROPES GRIZZLY BEAR Cub Pushes Rope Off For Hours Be- fore Coming Down Tree. TAOS, X J. 5lcMuIlin, a gov ,o used as a single syBlem. were" transported .from ut the advice'ot the export ibe'llawalian Islands "lo work on'-the rS officials and I hope lhat Ihe plantations.' Having lived un- TpSllsVH my hope that; the. HJ? the'Amerlcan Has for .1 number of nflhe'neit months may pass yearSi Enroptf now S the upmost freeaom and with the of American cillien- reasl Possible 'delay -from- each sldo of the sea'to the other.. How M.A'NY BE'ANS'IN THE JAR? .The Hudson's Bay. Co.' Is Kiting Victory Boud tor the: nearest estimuto. "May" I houe, gentlemen ot the con that in the delicate tasks Jhlp- United' to the from JS.OOO.OOO.JIOO to' less deflnile Ihese would add tremendous confusion to lie period ot industrial re-adjuslment, through which thcicountry must how immediately Carry Out Nav'arProgram "I lake ft for granted that the con- gress will carry out the naval program .forUlrnly aTthtully to' interpret the principles ind purposes of the country we love may- Kara the encouragement and the added Etrength ot your united sup- liortl I shall''make my absence as nrlef as possible and shall Hope to re-: turn wlllt the happy assurance toat It b h___ win "IIL ,---o-- which was we .en- tered the'war. 'The' secretary of the navy has inbmllted.'lo; your comrait- teea for authbrtzalloH Of the proTam which covers tho bulioing plans ot the-neit lhre.e years. These plans have been prepared along the lines and In accordance the pal- j c? of 'the, Congress- eslahllsheil, not, under eicectional conditions, cf .the war. but with the intention ot adopt- ing a definite method for. the -navy; I earnestly recommend thi unlntemlpt: f.i pursuit of lhat program." No Confidence in Private" Ownership In dealing with the railway problem. President Wilson declared he had no confidence In private ownership. He lion the lea has striven. li ine flupHJ possible-to Iranslale Into ac- greal Ideals for which Amcr- ttiui We repair Batteries properly at a reasonable price. Lethbriise Motors Ltd. told of Ihe which caused on to win. TAOS i> I J. e- lOLtt OI lUc ernment hunter, accompanied hy Rob-j [he IQTCrmnenl 'P take over the rail- erl Held with several hnniins dogi. h" had a thrilling fight wllh a erizzly bear and her two cubs 22 miles south- east of this place. i McMollIn killed the mother bear, but desired to take the cobs alive. He called olf liio dogs and went Uck lo Ihe camp of Jlr. field and got Ihe caltle man to go along with him (Ftoni Our CoirCJWinileatl UbMRMORE, Nominations for mayor, councillors and school trus- tees took place at Ihe town office from 11 10 12 P.m. today. The offices to nd 611 are mayor, four The nominat- ions were as "follows: Mayor, A. fnr re-election and J. G. F.wan. three school trustees. L.talJ lyt.n... lie'asked that the llmo limi present control of railways plre in January. 1 L lor.the. will ei- IB pointed out Evans, M. Sarlorla, A. J. Morency, John A. P. M.-.Pinkney, A a nl.lbettl and A J. .O commission spring Pinning race meetings In Ken lucky. They l.eilnglon. April 24 lo May 5; Churchill Downs, Louls- they tied the hear to a tree. In the meantime Ihe other bear to .May-a; unurcmn uunua, vllle. May !d lo May 23; Douglas pari., Louisville. Hay 21 lo June 7; June 10 io July J. r BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS We Do ContrjCT Rebuilding and Overhaul any Five Passenger Car for 45 Extra WOSK GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK. ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A'CUSTOMER. Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. STODDART ft ENGINEERS in lile look lo a tree and (or '.nree isllln lassoed the hear only lo nave Ihe cub wllh Us front paws push the rope off. Finally by a quick move Mi-Mullln succeeded in gelling a tiehl grip on Ihe bear with the lasso and Milled the animal down. Th5 cub which'had Ibc wrestling milch with tho government .hunter died- the lassoed cul) will be sent to the zoological fcanlens In Washington c.iear 10 nis mat 11 13 Ihe public nr Ihe owners or the roads to leave Ihe; question unan- iwcred and lhat it will presently be- come my duly lo relinquish the roads even before Iho. ciplratlon of the sla hould a- tutbry Ihcre should McLeod, J. M and M. Joyce. 'Tho number of nominations .ol course will mean an election which will lake place on Monday, December 9th and as the Interest In the Muni clpal Elections seems to be running high and an ciclting time tor Ihe candidates li'oipecled. Fllnerml The funeral ot Roy Conoyer wh died on Sunday morning from. In effects ol IKs Spanish Influenza loo .cm HAri IN HAMILTON I disservice alike lo 'FLU nt' Dtr. Duri Country and he olri r.ondl- There are contllllons ImorVdcaths hare been report uso this to announce many friends during1 his sojourn he and will be greatly mlssrt by Iho who were Intimate with him. The Manitoba Croas received conlrlbuliin ot M2.000 from nitc cootrctatlons ol Manitoba, SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Eastern Canada Double Dally Train Service __ Sale, ComforUble.Travel en the World'. Greatest ndard and Tourist -_ EKceMent Dining Car Service. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: OTOCKTAK1NG SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Tliousaiid Dollars Worth. We wiB sell at a special discwmt to December 31st, next MlTtirei this 'cason'a slocli. Musi ninko room tor spring ship en Al'thTstSd make, nnd alic. inr.lnnlng our Squeeiee. This Is your opporlunlly. Display at our shoy om, BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR BED CROM BOX ;