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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta y TIIE DAILY JIKHALD WE'DNKSDAY, DECEMBER '4, UP FATHER" By G. .McMarius 1T crt 401.u-f-JERRY You LOOK p I rxl Iiv V, 11 50 CLEAN I The Sport Page j x- Only 5 Oat of 127 Prizes In Imperial Rifle v Competition '.LONDON, Dec. dispatch -from National Rifle Association has is- results of tlie ISIS Imperial Shield competition! 'These competitions bava been held Ibroughoat the empire flj -olBce shooting Tito a miniature rifle oil Its own range-.' In lie senior, dlrtslnu over 658 teams entered.; ini 575 teems eateredviii tie divis- ion, representing .noys In all. The challenge adj irlzes are presented by Lleut.-Col. ivQiond Fennell, South Africa. A feature or the results in the senior competition was that most of he leading prizes wero won by Australia. Tlie" esceiisiiCE of the musketry raining o( the. Australian cldels vas very marked. Canada won la alt, 'Ire prizes outV a total of 137. Tlie Uejlni Colleglale cadets won the 21sl and 22nd prizes 'In the senior shoots and 20th Bud 21st prizes in :he junior anil special prizes for en- uring several teams successively. The Kingston Collegiate institute corps took the prize 'io (he senior Ot the remaining prilas Great Britain took; 67, including (he Ju-. nlbr shield; Australia .47, including ha senior shield; New Zealand. 11; South Africa, S; Canada, p, and Vt'eil ndles, oqe. TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Bj tie taiiqai iurwood Sjitma Pte-TREAOING 4 REPAIRINa Wertamn. All ame iurlos the irlntv w reuonibla ,t oar Baiter? Station. Tin Strwt S. 'Phsiw 611 "Little Mike? Martin, San .Fran- cltco Puglliit, Alter Fighting '-Hunt, No Regrelc Prom it was jijst an ordlniry -soldier strolling abofct Ilie .toblir.oC the New York union lpp. He bad- one band in 'hlj overooat UocVet. On one sleeve was a gold stripe, he hail seen overseas and on tbo oilier a stripe designating he had been wounjled. he sat dovn on one o[ tie long benches. Next to mm a Tbej engaeod In a con- Teraallon, much to the soldier's de- llsnt. He TTJJ Private Richard alar- of the United Slates array, on toe way to Ills home in San Fran- cisco, -trhere he iras better knoivi. io the listlQ (ollmrers as "Little Mike." "My company was in the thickest of the battle oE Chateau be slid. Ihe' way we used our bayouels waa commented on all over France. They have to give It to Ihs Krsscfe and Americans when it conies to btautltul bayonet work" Youag Marclaa. rose Io his [eel and began Illustrating bayanet work, when Ibe Btranger notlcin! one I sleeve appcarlns too long. Reaching ont and (eellni It, ths stranger lonnd the algeve empty from 'the el- boir down. ''A piece of melal wllh a German brand on It did he said. Hike." about live reel tbrce Inches tall, wia miking a reputation for himself at Sao. Francisco as a prUeBghler when the war'came to tlie English, jand it mighthe ned that TravisV wiza'rdiy work on the greens was alto. Any bis victory over aallera. in England nnd Scotland on the'historic Sandwich course t-o startled tho Bri- tady putter" as illegal. Travis' club I wsa made-with the shaft tilting inj the center of the usual "goose neck" fashion. this particular club" won fortune. H..seems that to the British ship Trav-ls was practicing in miser- able form and felt that he didn't, have a.chance.'.An American friend, ivho ivas-w Hillcrest. E. Urowne is the present secretary. Delegates to trades and labor con: Rawsoa, Fernie; Mack Stegler. Brule; Frank Wheatly, Bink- head; -Af John Johnston, Carter, Hill-' crest; DaVe Uses, Fernie. Delegates Io AliierU Federation .of Labor-David Ftaser, Bfule; Robt. Oakes, Bankheau; Jos. Orfnand, Oli- Delegates to B. d. U McKlnnon, Haysome, Coleman; Wnl. Patterson, Blair-more; Hugh Stella, Hillerestr A. .Beveridge, Com (Frotn Our Own .N'OBLEfr'OHD. Dec. Qouiin- alloQ meeting Cor the council for ilie coming year was held In Ihe K. hall last nffihl, ibe relunifne officer, fl. prcslfllne. Only tbrde.nom- ination papers were (urned in, C. S, Hunt and J; Harris, who were all declared.duly elected. These ttiree were all OB the old council act] tile proaresslve program which was coifimeuced In the spriug will Le con- tibiiej; Twb-mpro cases of 'Ilu have de- vefopcd In the vliiage und the Htiattu IJoarJ'aro still taking all precautions. The school, church und alt meetings are still on the prohibited list, though atr account or Sunday being a Xatloa- I Ttianksglving they Hurcti to hold its morDlng eervlce. )urlng Ihe past week two deatlia'have ccurred In our district, Sirs. Peters ind Qtilascy bavins passed away rom the dread illness. Sunday was observed in hi" church as a service anil a good number of tae people cf he.villzee were out. The paslbr.-Jley. preached R'D approjirlaic eroion, in whirh special 'refcj-erica was made lo.Llia magnWicenl VorW ot he'allfes. Ji-Harris spent In Calv in a-bualness trip. alchJng him save htm tbls putter late on .Ihe evening before the match, with the soggcstion that Tra- Tis 'might "come back." with it. 'He did. Football-Scores merce: John" Jordan, i 'Fat cbel. Potter, Fern Mack Stesler. Drule; -Mike Filial Wayne; B. A. Hillcrest; .0 District Board- Member Sub. District G-r-Davjdy Fraser, Bnilei Jack Loraas, Nomao. Sub. Kent, -Wayne, accla- mation. Sub VvheiUr. Bankheid. acclamation. Sub. Peacock, t-ethbriitge, acclamation. Sub. JohnsoD, Coleman; Tho3. Price, Illllcreat; John Urooki Sub. nrtnly, Fernle; J Michel. Internftilonal htsrd Livctl, Bsllevuc, acclamation. BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS Wt Do Contract rebuilding >pd Overhaul any Five Paiser.ger Car for 45 Parts Extra GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A tUSTOMER. Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. 'tTODOAKT AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS London Combination Arieoal 0, West Ilarh United 2. Ctelsea 2. Tottenham 1. Crystal Palace 0, Urentford 4, Vlllirall 1. Clapton 1. Queen's Park Rangers 0. Fulham 3, Midland Section Birmingham 7, Barasloy P. Bradtord City 0, SuefileM Unllcrt 0. Grimsby 4, Bradford 0. Hudderslield 0, Nolls Fore'al 0. Lincoln 0, Hull 2. Couoly j, Lticeslsr 0. Hotherharn 1, Coventry 1. M'ednesday 0. Leeds Lancashire Section Blackburn Rovera 0. Etockport t. JlDllon Wanderers 3, Maachcslcr United 1. Bverton fi. Dlackpool 0. Manchester City. Z, Burnley I. Oldham ft, Liverpool 2. nurslen 2, Soulhporl 0. 0, sioke i. .Rochdale 0. Bury 2. Scottish League GLASGOW, Dec. fro the results of scheduled Scottish iea- Rue [ootball games piayed Saturday Ihe grounds of the (irsl-nnincil I club: j Cljichank 1, Ayr 3. Falklrk 1, Srorton Hibernians 3, Clyde 1. 1 Mlraarnock 0, i games poslponej owiny to W. London Results LONDON, Dto. Nor- Union samcs, Sat, arlay on th? groundi ol the first nam- ed cluh! rtauIleO as follows: BroiiEhlon t, TO. Dovsjbury Bradford Z llunslet li, Mallfai 6. Hull Lcaili Vi ROMANONES NEW PREMIER Tuesday. Dec, Koraai.'OncF. foreign minister in flu Syianlfh c: bine I, tho rcslpialfon o_ wiilch lias fceen announced, has heen enlnistea with ihp lask oj fornilnj! a new minlMry. Ho haa announcer thai he v.-ill consult with leaders, be glnnlnu wlili Antonio Maura, forme premier and mlnislev of justice, in order to recure p'rospccL jf snc cess for ilia nc'.v cabinet. r.Wceislty alio o( golnj ib (Jal from Ilia Bouluern iwrt'ol tin lirarluco Io go hefore R medical bunrd was nUo Ihe subject of dlBcuislou, ant DM veteriLus dciounilej that u iaedlcal Beenl established In Ijetbbrldjfj BP .tfcat the loia ot tlnie neeeieary eu before tho hoard tie eliminated, Employment Tbo meeting alio Olscuntd'lli( JcstlQQ uf (miployuient, and U-.n'al falrlf well decided lime the comulb tee's flrat worS fca to like a census ot tlio. employers ot the cltj unil district, flndlui out thoie wlio ar< holdlne jioalllone for relurneil lout Lougworth italed It as lilt opinion thai, If tbe Brat low of ineu'who como-bacV can be placed In positions, py-lbat time the )abof-, department ot tbe urovluce will be on ganlzed to belp. The Job Ibeg vlll lie to have the government! im ilertnko oa many puullc worlit Iblo !u order Io create a dqmand foi labor. Ilut, he doclared, tlie govern ment should hold returning men yq arruy pay until such time u Jobs nr{ In sight io absorb them. Mayor Hardle voiced the 'sama Ion. lie declared U was unfair that Iho governmeu( 'should' Hie men to Lethbrldlfe, dUchargi thcai and dump thorn on the cotttraun Ity Io fliij employuehl lor.theniEelvci The returned man Is not In a phybicai condition Io meet Ihe compellllou ol u worker who 1ma not In lh( trenches, and while employers niuy b( Killing (or aorao lime to take' return eil men and keep them on' the payroll! oiit of sympathy even .though they can cpispJa "atagea" here last npt do the work .expected o( them, the evonlng two men business reasons will Boon cornpoithl lu'tb to'n-ti looking for repairs employer to act otherwise. He llloro lor their; -aiilbiiiobile, which had. 'ore Mie array' ahoiiH broken ilo'wh EOTIIO distauco out. Con-j hold Iho men under- pny. until I In slable Mooney becamo suspicious nnd labor market Is such that there Is-1 strolled out'to Ihe" broken-down car, the the men. and ciaiuination sliowed tliat il con- Many other phases ol-the qucatlot talneil levcml bottles ot Bourbon wero discussed, but nothing was Uom whiskey, which, apparently hail just In the matter of n policy (or llio.coui been brought across' Ibe line. inci-'mWee. A meeting of the-enlarget dcnlnlly lie 'rtlscbi-eVcd tliat bo hadn't commltlee will bo held next Tlicsdaj, been ilvere first. Some passing trav- evening, when the mattor-of llio np- eller had' sloppeiTand helped hlonelf polntment of an czecullvo fcominltlei v.-fll also be- considered. the gr'eater parl .the boozo cargo and -left DO trace, of Ihe direc- tion In whlcli ho had disappeared. Consfable jfooncy retumeil to town for the-eelzurc of both' iho'-'cnr and the booze. Tlio two strangers, a rat, de- cided' thnt Warner-' wasn't n nice place to slay all -.nlgb't "anil disappeared, leavips Ih'o car'nod'lhc buoze. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Hay Co, Is giving away n. {100.00 Victory, iionil for the nearest estimate. BRAZIL ACCORDS RECOGNITION PIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. Brazilian ipYc-rnmeiH has accorded recognition to the Czecno-Slovaks. 1C fs officially announced that a warship will i-arry tbo Brazilian peaca France lor the ppace conference. DATES ANNOUNCED FOR WORLD HOCKEY SERIES VANCOUVER, Dec, Hockey champions of the east and west clash In the Ilrst match of the world's series on western Ice on March H or 17 If the suggest- Son msrln by President Frank Patrick ot inn Pacific Coast Association Is approved by Xatloiiftl Uocko-r Leaguo. Pr.trlck sent a le4 tcr 16 President Calder asking him io Bubmlt datea the world's series and inggestlng that the start nn ellbar o" tbe above mentioned datei. BARONS, Dec. .Influenza epjdjfmlc baa arrived here. During week there were more" than at any time since ite aiseiae in- vaded the district...Tbajaterjcjaes' in town are but In the country several ..people 'are in a serioua condition and two deaths occurred on Saturday, the victims 'be- ing Mr. Ed, a prpmlnent mer residing on tto Nobleiprd. Rp'ad, j' and lire. .Morton Pefers of Lake. It almost seems as.if the'peoplo' pt f< this comnunity have, developed a. I'lk-j Ing tor the 'flu rind wish Io keep'-It j around until everybody- lias '.sampled it. Every care -la beingV.taken of those who have .the- dnease but no precautions whatever are. lakcn Ip prevent Us spread. Quarantine con- sislelot placing cards "on houses con- taining patients anil allowing Ininulcs and oilicrs to come, and go as they please. People wlio have not hail the disease are allowed to sll up all nigh I wllh patients and nearly all who have done so are now patlcnls themselves. Surely those who have had the 'flu and who are not lihely Io contract II again can attend to others who liavc It and thus prevent its spread. Anil il would also seem Ifcp.l. since it Is not entorcllle, a stricter riuarantine could be voluntarily adopted. The funeral ot the.late Ed. Quinsr-y Is to be held this afternoon, the ar-_ rangementa being In charge of Carmangay Masonic Lortcc of which the deceased was a member. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Johnson and Mr. I George Wakelin, who have been in the country for some weeks past, arc re- turning home on Wednesday.' The lilffh wind a week ago worked havoc with a Urge tent uaeJ [or hos- pital purposes, ncccajllallngr the re- moval ol patlcnli for a time. Dr. Waihrln, who has been exceptionally f successful wllh 'Hu cases, places I nil his patients In tents If possible and quite a diminution In Ihe severity of (he disease Is observable since this roursc was adopted. Master Mason made from choice to- baccos, fully matured. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Corresponding Fares to Other Eailern Points Safe, Comforljblo Travel on Qrtalest Highway Campartment Observation Cart, Standard and Tourllt Excellent Dining Car Service. Tickets during December.are good for 60 days. Exttntlori will be granted by a payment of for each extra Hfleen dayt. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J'. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER CAUGABV, KNIFING AFFRAY -J v i- Dec. and knlNng affray on the slalrtvay of a cafe on El. Catharines street caU Bt 1 o'clock this mornlriK resulted In live men being taken'to the General Hospital, four In a' fcrtous condition. Or.e ot the two constables taken to the hospital Is In danger ol dying. Marecbal and his sitter were In the catCv and In some manner gal Into an altercation wllh Barbarr' some other Italians there. Baferri known Mirechajt lislw nrert- STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars Worth. We wH at special discount up to December-31rt, next.- AIl tires this season's slock. MiKt niako room.lor spring 3hip- mtnt. All (he ftnnrtanl makes and sizes Including: our opeclil nhmontl Squeegee. This Is your oppottunlty, Display at our enow room. BAALIM MOTOR GO. BACK OF UNION LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND RIO CROSS BOX ;