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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta six IW LfcTHftRIDGF OAILY ifKWALO DECEMBER 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER1 DISCOVER ANOTHER HOW AJIE FEBLIN4 OH LOOK THE DOCTOR OUT NOW IVE 4OT The Sport Page Effete Easterners Think They Get Enough Sunshine For Experiment Ottawa With the announcement of definite assurances that the major leagues will resume operations next and the probability of at least fifty of the min ors getting1 back into the of ficers of ttte which played in the circuit a few years ago beginning to recoanoiter along the Various It is altogether AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZC8 VULCANIZED By the Famous Hayvrood System RKTREADINQ A REPAIRING By Experienced AD Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 80S Ellison Mills ADVICE FREE We will advise yon re the care of your radiator and work if repairs are needed at rf minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South A meeting of Curlers will be held In the City Hall on Friday evening of this at eight PLAY BALL IX YEAR Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY 8TO RAG E ACC E8SORIE8 Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Avenue Lethbrlaoe DOWLING COOK likely that the Canadian League will make a new and that it will have six Baseball is a game of and so is the legis lation attached to it hence many changes may take place between now and but the majority of club owners In the Canadian circuit have come out strongly in favor of a re sumption of the championship and it is understood that a meeting of those interested will be held short ly to discuss the Just what cities will constitute the Canadian circuit is still but it is likely that Hamilton and Brantford will certain ly be there with bells Six teams will be and in this connection Peterboro will prob ably be added on account of thefact that it is situated where the jump be tween the East and the West could be Montreal is also spoken of as a probable Sammy Lichtenhein now holds the territorial rights for Montreal though his Royals suspended action last and he may be induced to join up with the Canadian or to dispose of his inter ests to someone who do Mont real of be a great ac quisition to the Canadian League and wonld enable virtue of increas ed to geta Class B rat Of Lichtenheiu is said to nave bigger league and this may affect the policy of the Royal The Ottawa club will likely send a representative to Mont real shortly to confer with Lich tenhein anent the baseball With Sunday games possible in both Ottawa and prospects of the Canadian League would be immense ly Thfe Ottawa club seems prepared to go ahead and will meet in a few weeks to It is understood that new blood will be infused into the directorate of tho and that lines are already out for a hust ling young baseball star to take Frank who led the Ottawas prewar is attached to the Siberian Expeditionary and will not be Brice who was president of the Ottawa has sold out all his inter and is no longer a director or a Changes in the person nel of the Ottawa club will be an nounced just as soon as affairs have been whipped into It is understood that the plans ot the Canadian League magnates in clude for next season the introduc tion of twilight With the continuation of laet years Daylight Saving it would be possible to start local games at and have them finished before This plan was experimented with in the where it proved an immense The Ottawas will again make their headquarters at downe posi tive announcement that profes sional baseball would be resum ed in the major leagues next sea son with government sanction was made by President Ban John son of the American League to MADISON SQUARE Soldier Boys Expected Home Called to Colors Again From Our Own Correspondent wind Fri day night and Saturday is judged by some to have reached a velocity of 40 to 45 miles per Some damage was done to shacks and hen also the paper roofs partially blown off several business The tele phono lines are down in several places so that communication by phone was No one is reported to have been hurt notwithstanding two Fords were blown over by the During the past week representa tives of several insurance companies have been in town giving it a thorough canvas for our j who was drafted during the later being given an extendei leave I the past five which is nearly all thus Increasing the pros pects of an abundant harvest next We are sorry to report that on last Saturday young Miles Rom the small son of Principal Romney of the Knight was knocked down and run over by a car running without lacerating his face ami body quite badly but fortun ately no bones were The lad is well on the way to 8 the 80th just returned from the eight leading teams in the bg where he had gone to the Lniverslty bicvcle race had covered miles f tf contmue his course in six Three teams were one lap He was called homo by thy behind and two teams were two laps The reasons behind the The record for irvre unknown when lie Isu on the the 80th hour is miles six lrain for he is to re made by Goulette and Grencla in December The leading teams were Grenda and WrMelvin Kings new residence on Hill McNamara and Madden first east wlu soon be ready tor occu Lawrence and Hanley I Pancv Chapmanand Halstead Webber and MrOeo Lethbndge spent Eaton Coburn and and Qrimmes and whowas Frank Krammers partner doubled early today with when the latters ANNUAL MEETING the re quest of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association and other western mem bers of the the annual meeting of the Canada Amateur Hoc key which was caleld for at the King Edward has been postponed until next Along this line and as provided by article 14 of the constitution of the a couple of days in town last on The Misses May who has been teaching at and Mar garet who has been teaching at spent the flu weeks with their parents They returned to their work on Saturday Kenneth Knight who went to Provo to attend the Brigham Young got lonesome during the flu in the so is now on the re serve punching cattle for a Some of the Raymond boys who en listed inthe are returning this The it are having to send them money to buy civilian clothes before they can leave the training One cadet who has been there for seven wir the Manitoba Hockey As1 ed his widowed mother that he would sociation has introduced the follow ing to the constitution That the annual meeting of shall be held during the per iod of the year in which the Allan cup matches are being in the i be given by the government to buy his clothes to come home Will buy the necessary clothes We are glad to report that Earl Mi now in the American army Is out of One report says that city in which the matches are taking tho boys from Camp Lewis are being By unanimous vote ot the associa sent Andrew a son of the Allan cup final games in who is now in a convalescent 1919 will be in Toronto and home in may be sent home the preliminaries either in 1 Saskatoon or because of wounds received some time Sergeant Paxman has bits of shrapnel in his left lung which have r not yet been HOWARD EHMKE IS What is Raymond going to HURT IN ACCIDENT jjayor and returned vets Howard Detroit hurler who obtain some of the trophies of the is now stationetl at the submarine j base in San almost lost an automobile accident Khmko was driving to liis life in last Los Angeles in a friends machine when another machine going at high speed came around a corner in tho i crashing into tho machine Ehm ke was The Tiger pitcher was thrown of the wreckage anil escaped with severe His SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care All attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and wa will send for your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at oar uptodate Battery 111 Phone It The public school opened yesterday with a smaller attendance than before the flu One more teacher has been added to the staff to take care of the midwinter Don Skouson is taking the overflow from the senior Principal Wooif oxpncts all pupils to be in at tendance by tin find of the By the list of municipal candidates EXPENDITURE of war will result in a reduction of government expenses for the fiscal year starting next July to from the appropriated for the current according to tentative estimates sub mitted to congress yesterday by Secretary transmitting the reports of the various The principal reduction was for the military which esti mates its needs at In as compared with 000 appropriated for this Before the signing of the armistice it had been figured that the army alone would heed more than for The navys estimates for 1920 are as compared wfth appropriated for the cur rent an increase of 000 in spite of the closing of the Including estimated for the total contemplated outlay on the army amounts to striking figure in the army estimates is the for air service The appropriations last year under this head were It is evident that in reducing war esti mates the war department intends not to lose all that has been gained in aircraft development during the but plans to continue construc tion a ad manufacture on a fairly large The largest single reduction from the appropriations for this year for the army is in travel artd gen eral the new estimate for next year being as against appropriated for this Practically all estimates for vari ous navy purposes show substantial increases over appropriations for the current The shipping board puts its re quirements at about onethird of the already The postal appropriations asked for the postal service are although it is covered by expect ed income from postal tton In 1ir of a advertising campaign which It was hoped to stop tho manufacture In the United Statcn of munitions for the allies admitted by Louis Hammer president of the American As sociation of Foreign Language News In testifying yesterday before the senate committee activities of brewers and Herman n meeting of the reconstruction and development committee ofthe cabinet administrative chairman of the council for scientific and industrial advanced the longconsidered proposal of tho coun cil for the establishment of a central institute for The as will pro vide room tor expansion as the needs but will at first have accom modation for 60 cover ing all the essential Industrial re search In a general way it Is designed to fulfill for Canada the functions now performed for the United States by the bureau of standards at Washing ton and the Mellon Institute at Pitts REMOVE RESTRICTIONS ON THE NEWSPRINT IN SOUTH AMERICA severs earthquake centred approximately 4600 miles frotn Washington and tippareiU ly In South began nt oclock this morning and Wan contin uing more than three hours Seismographs nt Georgetown observ atory show the maximum shocks oc curred and vory The tremors continued after but grew Ohtln and Argentina are in the area of th FRENCH LOAN min ister of announced today that public subscriptions to the French Liberation loan had reached the nomi nal total of or a real value of the bonds soiling at The final results of the campaign are not as yet complete foreign and colonial subscriptions not being The number of subscribers 1 to the loan was given as AERIAL SPORTS REMOVE PRESSURE ON CABLE SERVICE representations having been made to the British admiralty by minister of an at tempt Is being made to relieve the congestion of press and government messages by the use of the Marconi companys high power wireless sta tion at Glace of the use of newsprint paper were withdrawn today by the war industries effec tive In making this an Chairman Baruch urged the adoption of permanent rules by publishers prohibiting wasteful practices and continued voluntary conservation of reading matttr space for a GERMAN COMMISSION INVESTIGATING NOW Erzberger opened the first sitting of the German commission to investigate the treatment of war on according to Berlin advices received He announced that the commission plenary guaranteeing the rapid discharge of its The meetings are open to the pub enabling accredited representa tives of enemy governments to ac quaint themselves with all proceed it was will be McGILL DEAO j death lias taken place here of Charles Me who was general manager of the defunct Ontario and i whp was sentenced to a long term i in the penitentiary for embezzle i MeGill served two years of his term and was then He worked as a bookkeeper in a furriers here until a few days before his French military aviators are planning the organization of an association to fos ter aerial sports and to place com petent pilots at the service of tho industry and The association will include leading French aviators and will have the sup port of the Numerous aces already have signified their Inten tion of BELIEVE LOST that the gasoline yacht Grace of this city has been lost in Lake Brjo was expressed in marine circles to day when word was received that the body of a woman wearing a lite pre server carrying the washed ashore 15 roller south of last Gracel was a small vessel of the semicruiser It was not known today how many persons she BRETQN ARROW COLLAR CLOSB MEETING COT UP FRONT 6HQWING A BIT Of CBAVATOAND Pcabodr Umittd HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay la giving away a Victors Bond for the nearest pitching arm was not injured in any i In Heraid on it appears that Haymond is going in on a progressive More people are UNDER ASSUMED NAME Making interest in their civic govern mcnt its because women a pacing marc that has been raced havfl fiuffruKO or else the raenfolks are under tho name of Xnttie and its of San were expelled from the Amer ican the hoard according to president of the participated in many races last season under the fic titious were expelled from the m W Trotting association circuit by theBR ard of appeals Ihe genorating a and wl Canadas second loading Itay of has been promoted to thu rank of lieutenant colonel and placed second in command I of the in BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS Da Contract Rebuilding and Overhaul any Five Passenger Car fpr 45 Extra WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY ONCE A CUSTQMSR ALWAYS A Palace 2nd Ave A ENGINEERS LANGFORD SUSPENDED Harn Langford has been sus pended for ti months for taking liurt in bouts not under tho state boxing commissions dir llR wus charged with violating the states boxing V fl Heuvy afraid their wives will out do them in civic Vet wo see not one worn urn will fill every public oflice from mayor to con without Riving you a how otiipld or Indifferent you to see only your own and your own while those of your home companions are un arousnd to the opportunities at Him possibly has more genius for managing civic affairs than you your If Mayor OBrien is reelqcted with tho introduction of the new blood in the council we fcul that tho municipal government will bo and the town will he kfuit far from the throes of We also feel if Pack is a progrenaive platform will he launched and as I heard one civic officer say Weve got to be on the Tho rate payers met last night in tho town hull to consider the various which wen without exception accepted and been falling tor MONTREAL HARBOR TO CLOSE FOR SEASON the end of tho week it is expected the Mon treal harbor will he closed for the and all the activities carried on here during the summer will have been transferred to John and other coast FOCH IS GRATIFIED via in a message issued through HouterH Agency on tho eve of his departure from expresses to tue Brit ish public how grate ful and proud he feels in view of the unforgettable reception given him since he has been in ARREST PERSIAN MINISTER Dolshe viki government has arrested and im prisoned Assad the Persian minister to According to advices from they evi dently intend to hold the minister until the soviet representatives in who were arrested by or der of the British are re Government control of alcohol re quired for use in industry in Canada has been recommended by ft commit tee of the advisory coiiacll flfer Ulig au4 iaduitrial research SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal j Eastern Canada Double Dally Train Service Double Dally Train Service TransCanada to Toronto Corresponding Fares to Comfortable Travel on 0her Eastern Points the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for 60 Extsnslon will be granted by a payment of for each fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 DISTRICT PASSENGER STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars We will sell at special discount up to December All tiros this Heusons Must make room for spring ship All the standard makes mid Kisses including our special Diamond Thin is your Display at our show BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIKES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;