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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta snt THE LETHtmiDtilt DAILY DECEMBER BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus The Sport Page DOBLE IS VETERAN OF III Pioneer Racing Now 77 Years Followed Sport for Half Century On October 10 Budd Doble passed pier 77 on his journey through The return of his birthday found him under the palm trees at Los in the enjoyment of good which lie has been favored with for many To the present genera tion of racegoers the name of this man is comparatively as he has not raced on the eastern tracks since he came over the mountains with Kin Bey Lou JB There was a when his name was on every lip just as Murphy and Cox is Also during his which covered over half a Doble established a re cord that has never and no doubt iiBjver will be by reducing the worlds record for trotters three times with Dexter in Goldsmith Maid in and Nancy Hanks n Mark 2 Dexter cut the of Flora Tem ple 2 seconds when lie trotted in and Goldsmith Maid reduced his marie seconds when she reach ed while Nancy Hanks made the cut of all thanks to the advent of the bike she moved the of Maud to The list of champions from Lady in to EXBASEBALL STAR Frank Murphy of Chicago Tells of Meeting With English Ruler NEW milled he king and thelting milled Then George duce tlle amount to said We are certainly grateful to immediatefapid decline in the exp address to President Wilson told how important business adjust the immediate determina tion of taxes tor 1H9 and He continued If the war had continued it would have been necessary to raise at least by taxation payable in the year 1919 but the war has ended and I agree with the of the treasury that It would be safe to re Ail expens in shows that no olher man ever j you for helping and it is admirable es 0 government is not to be AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZEfl VULCANIZED By the Famous Raywood RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cat RITCHIE SM 13th Ellison Mills drove more than one and at present it U a difficult matter to tell where the next one will come although for a time it looked as though White had a chance with Lee Axworthy in when he trotted in It is also a pleasure to look downthe long trail to the old Centerville course on Long Island in when Budd Doble first attracted national attention defeating Lancet to saddle with Rpck ingham in That was 57 years while at the time he was but 19 Won Him a Dobles skill in the saddle and sulky in this and subsequent events with Rocklrigham and George with which he defeated General But ridden by Dan at twomile prompted Hiram Woodruff to recommend him as trainer and driver that pien of your years can take so active a That is the how and the why of the teteatete on a British pier between King George of Britain and Murphy of Murphy arrived yesterday on the looked Contracts made for war supplies be rapidly can celled and but their imme diate liquidation will make heavy Frank drains on the treasury for the months just ahead of The maintenance of our forces on British liner1 who the other side of the sea isstill ne is 57 years ball star back in arrived yesterday he was handed a base A considerable proportion When he those forces must remain in Europe during the period of occupation and those which are brought home will be telegram in which Hinky Dink Ken alderman of Chicagos First transported and demobilized at heavy Hurry home and tell us history of the With himyesterday was Joseph Lake Michigan tug boat cap expense for months to The interests on war ijebt of be patf and provision made for the retirement of the obligations of the government represent but the recruiting agents they were too They shipped for Eng ADVICE FREE We will advise you re the care of your radiator and do good work if repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South We did said Murphy We dirt trawler chased guided TJiere was a mob on the pier one They told me the king was butted in and so did BOWLING Auto Repair Work AND HANDLED PROMPTLY CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd 4th Lethbrldos DOW LING COOK SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rales at our uptodate Battery 111 7th Strsst Phons 616 of Dexter when that brilliant advance I There they were taken into ser I agentof the Hambletonian family of trotters passed out of his jWHh him Doble also earned the hon to which the England Oliver Wendell referred in 1875 in his trotting How the Old Horse Won the after mentioning old Hiram and Dan Pfeif he said With them a who Is he That stands beside the fast Budd Doble whose catarrhal name So fills the nasal trump of it certainly did fill it at that aa when Dexter was retired in 1887 he began his great work with Goldsmith It was continued for 10 dur ing which the little bay mare earned more money and performed before more people than any horse that ever was the whaleof the light harness racing and while Maud Nancy and of others trotted none of them can ever take her place in turf Doble made while with Xancy Hanks he only continued the work of Ben with pleted the preliminary training of ram During his long ca reer Budd Doble trained and raced many splendid irotters and such horses as Monroe Sam Bonnie Arrow and Ed Annan being in the AH of them are prac tically except by those who enjoy looking up the back crosses in the pedigree of successful but BO long as light harness racing has a place in turf history his work with Goldsmith Maid and Nancy Hanks wilt There is also an other sprig of fame linked with the name of this pleasant old whose never failing courtesy and kind ness toward his absoclates is still re and that is that no one ever had a doubt but what the horse he was riding or driving was out to Bowling is booming at the Do minion with five pins the big attraction so It is likely that a five pin league will be for med during the next few days and a regular schedule drawn After Christmas is the time the ten pin trundlers get in their good and a league may be formed This week the alley manage is hanging up two Christmas turkeys for the one for the high score in fivs pins and the other for the man setting ur the high mark in ten Barfcns hasnt been heard from this season so but a loud con tinued roar may be expected from that quarter any Bill Moore is evidently waiting to spring a big HUNTER ROPES GRIZZLY BEAR Cub Pushes Rope Off For Hours Be fore Coming Down a gov fall much below what Continuation of military operations would have en tailed and iuffice to supply a sound foundation for the financial operations of this I entirely concur with the secretary of the treasury in recommendingHhat the needed in addition to the provided ex isting law be obtained from the pro fits which have occurred and accrue from war contracts and dis tinctively war but that these taxes be confined to the war pro fits accruing in 1918 1919 from business originating in war I urge your acceptance of his recom mendation that provision be made not that the taxes j i to be paid in 1920 should be reduced I from to Any arrangements less definite these I would add tremendous confusion to the period of industrial through which the country must now immediately Carry Out Naval Program i take for granted that the con greaa will carry out the naval program which was undertaken we en tered the The secretary of the navy has submitted to your commit tees for authorization that part Of the program which rovers the building plans of the next These plans have been prepared along the lines and in accordanca jwlth the pol ofthe congress not umier exceptional of the but with the intention of adopt ing a riefinite method for the I recommend the uninterrupt ed pursuit of that No Confidence in Private Ownership In dealing with the railway Iresident Wilson declared he had no in private He told of the necessities which caused the congress my purpose to join in Paris the of the gov ernments with whom we ihave been associated in the war against the cen tral empires for the purpose of dis cussing with them the main features of the treaty of I realize the great Inconvenience that will attend my leaving the particularly at this but the decision that it my paramount duty to go has been forced upon me by considerations I hope will seem as conclusive to you as they have seemed to The allied governments have ac cepted the basis of peace which I outlined to congress on the eighth of January as the central empires also and very reasonably my porsWnal counsel In their interpre tation and application and It is highly desirable that I should give it in order that the sincere desire of our govern ment to contribute without selfish purpose of any kind to settlements that will be common benefit to all nations may be made fully The peace settlements which now to be agreed upon are of tremendous importance both to us and to the rest of the world and I know of no business or Interest which should take precedence ot It is my duty to play my full part in mak ing good in which they offered their lite blopd to I shall be inclose touch with you and with affairs this side of the water and you will know all that I At my request the French and Eng lish governments have absolutely re moved the censorship of cable news which until within a fortnight they had maintained and there is now no censorship whatever except upon at tempted trade communications with enemy It has been neces sary to keep ad open wire constant ly available between Paris and the department of state and another be France and the department of In order that this might be done with the least possible interfer ence with ihe other uses of the I have temporarily takenover the control of both cables In order that they may be used as a single I did so at the advice of the export cable officials and 1 hope that the results will Justify my hope that the news of the next months may pass with the utmost freedom and with the least possible delay from each side of the sea to the May I gentlemen of the con that in the delicate tasks I shall have to perform on the other side of the sea In my efforts truly and faithfully to interpret the principles and purposes of the country we I may have the encouragement and the added strength of your united sup port I shall make my absence as brief as possible and shall hope to re turn with the happy assurance that it has been ac tion the great ideals for which Amer ica has WILLBEliiN Is no prospect of any dlmunition In the work of the board of pensions com missioners for some months to There are in Canada at the present time approximately soldiers un der treatment or receiving vocational training who are In receipt of pens The evacuation of the numer ous hospitals and convalescent homos all over Great Britain will result In u large influx of Canadian invalided sol diers whose cases for pensions will have to be A mate places the number of Canadian soldiers at present In British hospitals alone at It is of that many of these may be eventually discharged as With the cessation of hostilities it is expected that a large number Canadian pen sioners who have remained In tho oil country and whose pensions have been paid through he British branch of the board of pension cfMnilsslonerii will probably ftr desire to return to their native During the war many partially disabled sold iers have transferred to the noncom batant units such as pay and the claims of these men to pensions will have to be con sidered by the PORTUGESE CLAIM CITIZENSHIP the rights of Citizenship in the United 104 Portugese from itie Hawaiian Islands will disenibark here tomorrow from the steamer In addition to her local the Niagara has a large number of saloon destined for Several years ago large numbers of together with their fam were transported from Lisbon to the Hawaiian Islands to work on the sugar Having lived un get the American flag for a number ot these natives of Europe now claim the right of American citicen ship are now migrating to the IHHfHMHB were witnessed in Downing Street tiny when the of Great France and Italy HembUtl to dlscuM the preliminaries of this Defter It was under Htood that tltp faff of the former Ger man emperor nitrt question of innlt Inn Germnny pay the full bill was be fore the Before the representatives arrived frowning was titled to overflow ing with a great rfrowd of First to arrive was1 Mrtrnhal Foch and his decked In the French up to I ho premiers the crowd Instantly recognizing the gallant f Inure of the commanderIn ch let of the allied armUi and pressed Around the car shouting Marshal Koch stepped quickly from the car disappeared Into the 1 Premier followed rfltnoat immediately and the crowd nurged iroiind him on the cheering ftnd chputitig with Cries of Rood old tlior and Viva The premier stood alone on the the welcome with a tront Tn lasted from 10 oclock In the inorting until i oclockln the evening with i nly tin Interval for An authoritative statement was Is sued after the mootlnR that them had been no hitch during the deliberations nnd that certain definite and Inde pendent conclusions had been arriv ed No detallfl of these have yet become The conference will be re sumed The official attitude Is that nothing can be aaid until conference la OlfO OF PNEUMONIA j IMTT UT1 John of Is reported as having died of Ernest manager of the Kelly Hardware died from ARROW COLLARS CLUtTT MUOOV HOW MANY BEANSlN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away Victory Bond for the nearest EASTERN HATS V CAPS Sor DAD LAD tXIDE BATTERY SERVICE STATION We repair Batteries properly at a reasonable TRYUS Lethbridge Motors ernment accompanied Jy Robj lne government to take over the rail ert Reid with several huntln had a thrilling fight with a grizzly bear and her two cubs 22 miles south east of thid McMullin killed the mother but desired to take the cubtt He called off the dogs and went back j to the camp of field and got the ways and went on to say that he hopfcrt ior formal conclusion of the war by treaty before spring He anked that tho time limit for the present control of railways will ex pire in He pointed out some of the difficulties encountered by government control under the pre Kent situation and hoy the government was hampered in To cattle man to go along with The trail of the two bear cubs was 2 n taken McMullin had a wrestling the which arise in the LEXINGTON wjth and Uie ent the president said he were awarded by the Kentucky racing camp t whun went to j rio answer he m t a at An n AVA t AM a v t n A novt I ucj t rl his and between commission here today for the next spring running race meetings in Ken They are April 24 to May S Churchill Louis May Id to May 23 Douglas May 24 to June 7 June 10 to July t LI i have the cub with its front paws push I swered and that will presently be the rope Finally by a quick move BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS We Do Contract Rebuilding and Overhaul any Five Passenger Car for 45 Extra WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS Palace 2nd STODDART A ENGINEERS I they tied the boar to a lu the meantime the other bear took to a tree and for three hours I lassoed thu bear only lo I McMullin succeeded in getting a tight grip on the bear with the lasso and pullsd the animal The cub which had the wrestling i match the government hunter ilierl Iho lassoed cub will be Kent to tho zoological gardens in Thp only thing that is perfectly clear to me that it is not fair to either the public or the owners of the rail roads to leave the question Unan FlU BAD IN HAMILTON come my duiy to rellntiuish the even before the expiration of the sta tutory period unless there should ap pear a prospect In the meantime of a Their release would at least one lenient of a certainly and a quick stimu lation of priviite Tho one conclusion hat I am ready to state with confidence is that it would be a I dlKservice alike ID the country and 1 1 he owners to return to the old During I tions There are conditions j tho hours urnUm Sunday night t of restraints which I hope there were new eaHes of Spanish congress will have a complete and Ira influenza reported to the authorities i partial study ol the problem instltut here ami three Since then 1j at onft iiml quickly as more deaths Uttvw been use tins ocusiou to announce to liom Our Own for councillors and school trusj tees took place at tho town office from 11 to 12 The offices to fill are four councillors aud three school The nominul lons were an follows IJeebe for reelection and Councillors John Montalbetti and Ol school trustees Pink Mi Williams and The number of nominations of will mean un election which will take place on December and the interest the Muni cipal Elections seems to be running high and an exciting time for the candidates Funeral The funeral ot Roy Conoyer who died on Sunday morning from tho effects of the Spanilh influenza took place at the Blairmore cemetery on Monday The funeral I In charge of the Local ot of which the deceased wan a member and a large number iff the members of the union were Hoy was but u youth and haiUd from Untied Slates where it is under stood his people lie had made many friends during1 his sojourn here and will be greatly by those who were intimate with SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Dally Train Service Corresponding Fares to Other Eastern Points Double Dally Train Service TransCanada to Toronto Comfortable Travel on Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist excellent Dining Car Ticket told during December arc good for 80 Extension Swill be granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 612 DISTRICTPASSENGER The Manitoba received contribution of from ulte congregations ot STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars We will sell at a special discount upto December All tires this seasons Must make room for spring ship All the standard makes find including our special Diamond This is your Display at our alunv I BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 1 ;