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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE PAILV HBHALH DECEMBER BRINGING UP FATHER YOU Ui GUT NOW WE ENJCTf The Sport Page ROSS AND TAIT TO MEET IN At Calgary Next Tuesday Night Now a Sergeant in Battery Al ROBS of the 78th fcote the Clonie lightweight champion of though he is now neariog the middle weight division In will meet AUTO TIRES OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tne fffcmoas Haywood RETRKADINQ A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Eqnlf meat for Rim Cut RITCHIE tot 11th Ellison ADVICE FREE We will advise yon re the care of your radiator and do good work if repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY Radiator Man 418 Fifth Strsot South Ante Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 OM Hollar 3rd A 4th Avenue Lsthbrldgs DOWLING COOK Willed SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and wa will send for your bat tery and store same during the wiotar at reasonable rates at otr uptodate Battery S1I 7th Straat Phone 616 in the ring at the Pantnges on Tuesday evening next in a six round the first of the sea son in Cow The match is pure ly an exhibition affair as Ross out weighs Tait by about 30 but at that the Calgary fans may be sure of seeing one of the prettiest bouts over staged The Calgary Her ald commenting on the scrap says Clevtr Clonie holder of the Canadian lightweight title signified his will ingness to meet claimant of the middleweight cham pionship of the and ar rangements were immediately taken up to hare the two men meet iu this The need no introduc tion to the boxing enthusiasts in this part of the for anyone who has seen either one of them which will rival anything in the ring They are both fast and so that there will be no fear of the pace Ross and Tait are both working out in 1 Fireball and will con tinue train there every afternoon until the ftrst of the They have been taking light training exercises at the for the past and are now in splendid condition for a lively It has been indefin itely decided who will act aa KEEP EM LOW Miller Huggins is still teaching mass athletics at Pelham Bay Naval Sta Hug was talking about Thor mahlan last the only according to Arthur who has beaten the weekend Giants twice this said is another Noodles elcept that he is a low ball pitcher and Hahn was a high ball He hasnt either the speed or the curve of but he has wonderful and as long as he keeps that ball low nobody is going to hit it He is a better pitcher than I thought he would be at the beginning of the aea son and hell be still THOUGHT DIFFERENT IN OLD DAYS Some time ago the Sporting News ran a series at excerpts from files of other in which baseball writers and managers offered opinions con earning the game that in the light of appear indeed A few of them fol low V Ban sporting edi tor of the Cincinnati Commer cial writes that the collapse of the Brotherhood means that again will there be any attetfpt to estab lish a second major Outfielder Billy Sunday says he will open a pool and billiard room when he is through with Baltimore is trying out a new right fielder named Keel He looks too light for fast Pitcher Hank of the Washington complains that he is getting a raw deal from the What Hank thinks of umpires would not look good in Connie Mack la catching re 4 gulariy for the Pittsburg team He has a good but is not much of a general be liind the Manager Buck enberger is working hard to make a thinking ball player of IF YOU ARE LOOKING Fw Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at PALACE GARAGE UP TO DATE VULCANIZING PLANT IN CONNECTION Palace 2nd SCHULTXMANAGER 1 tTOODAMT AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS IL BASEBALL STARDIESA Death of Eddie Former Giant Third Sacker in Argonne Forest The details of the death of Captain Eddie the former third base man of the in the Argonne have just reached thin country in a recent issue of the Stars and the newspaper of the Captain Grant was killed while going to tlie rescue of Major Wbit tleseys lost Stars and Stripes describes his death fol lows It was late in the afternoon of October 5 that Captain Grant was His company bad been In the thick of the fighting on the They had a part in every at tempt to relieve the boys of New Yorks Own in Argonne and were moving forward on a sixth at when the wounded major of their being carried past on a directed Captain own men just an hour before had given tip at last a fruitless effort to evacuate They bad seen by his drawn face how utterly he was They had watched while he started several times to drink his coffee and then let the cup literally too weary to lift it to his They had tried to persuade him to go back to the aid station and even for a little But hs paid no heed to with the whole battalion under his he moving when a big shell killing several men in the company just ahead and badly wounding his own captain called out to the menof company but because his lieutenant had been hurt he himself remained so that he could shout down the forest That was the last word he for there came a second shell and a piece of it tore its way into his side and killed him He was buried in the two feet from where he The men of company H testify that they never went into action without their captain in the and one of used to be a policeman at the Polo grounds in New that to the onlook ers there never any difference between the Captain Grant who walked smiling and uncon cerned under shell and Eddie Grant of trotting out from the bench to third When several days later reporters made their way to that ravine where i former Major commander i of the beleagued was en j camped lie met them with words like this The real story is not Tlte roal story is with tho men who day and night fought their way to our re From Our Uwn a meeting of the ratepayers of the village of held in the town hall on for the purpose of nominating councillors for the coming year the following men were nominated and elected by acclamation Rygg and The flu is now on the downward in this At present there are about twenty in the emargency and it js understood that all are getting along There has been a total six deaths here since John pur highschool prin left on Tuesday for his home in where he will stay till school opens Miss Anne Donaldson has accepted a position in the local post Job Llewelyn Is now running the Ogiivie Jack fine is now nearing completion when com pleted it will be one of the best nouses in the and Anderson left on Tuesday for where we understand Anderstn will under go medical o Burdett welcomed1 back the regular train service on Tuesday it has been very inconvenient we hope that the regular service willnot be discon tinued You can now buy Thrift and War Savings Stamps at either the bank or post We would to get in with some one who could stop wind from It has been blowing a hurricane the last couple of URGE EARLY CONFERENCE Wilson is urged to do his utmost to have the peace conference held at the earliest possible date in a cablegram sent him today to Washington the Swiss committee for durable It is pointed out that a prolongation of the present situation threatens Eur ope with MACKENSEN HAS FLED Frankfort in a dispatch from Hermann says Field Marshal von Mac the German commandorin cbief in has fled to an un known leaving to his general staff the care Of his which had made their way Into trian territory on their way de clining to see them A meeting of Curlers will be held in the City Hall on Friday evening of this at eight S1AGE TEN PIN Two aggregations of banker pin men met on the first official offensive at the Dominion Alleys hist when Team 1 put it over Team two out of McLean of 2 had the honors for the evening with high single of 204 and high total of The Team 1 115 120 Hi 312 Duwson 97 116 IOS 133 125 183 Total 587 659 6071853 Team 2 102 95 82 109 j08 123 7t 133 Ifil 182 Total 082 642 6341808 OUR SALE IS STILL ON Dont Mus i Many Saving Dollar for THE BOSTON CLOTHIERS PRESENT CLAIMS TO he me dical associations and healing agen cies waited on the Ontario Cabinet speak ing for the Christian stat ed that Scientists did not nor did they seek to practice medicine and consequently did not wish to in terfere with the quarrels the vari ous branches of the profession He pointed out that the definition of the pnctlce of medicine should not inter fere with the tenets of any religious on behalf of the expressed the opinloii that if the osteopath who graduated before 1913 was allowed to the chiropractor who graduated at that time should also be allowed sto president of the chiro practic claimed that Jus tice when sitting on the did not examine the mer its of It was kaiser to put these men out ol Recommendations regarding the training of nurrfes and optometrists will be heard at a later INCREASE MEMBERSHIP opening session of the Swiss parlia ment the principal topic 6fdis cussion the project tjb Inerette the membership of the national roiin ell from seven to NO POLICE STRIKE will not be faced with a police This was the decision arrived at by the members of the union early thli morn FOR CANADIANS following en awarded burn to the Clifford formerly of atchewan personally on the Italian front 20 tna formerly of a Quabec deatrojred four and drove down also attacking troops and Flying Croii formerly a Can adian for machine and attacked in formation five A formerly of the dropped over 60 tons of vVlctor of attacked huts nt a low Meut Meredith HaskdH brought ac curate Information MVere hos tile Ttiomas for merly of the Canadians And enlisted at drove large for mations and continued his Croix to with Palm formerly of the eighth The Toronto 9000 4ew members In a secured four days HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay Is awoy n Victory Bond for the nearest WILL PREPARE SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Dally Train Service Double Train Service TransCanada to Toronto Corretpondina Fares to Comfortable Travel on Other Eastern PoInU the Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Catfti Standard and Tourist Car Tickets sold during December good for 60 Extension will be granted by a of for erftra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS GORDoHiTickrr PHONE 512 DISTRICT PASSENGER Robert former assistant secretary of state for foreign has been ask ed by the government to take charge of the British section at the peace which is to deal with the question ofra league of Lord Robert made this announcement to night in a speech at Letch worth I very cordially accepted the in There is no work I would readily do for toy country than to get up the British case and state it at conference in favor of the greatest political and social reform it is possible to achieve in the interests of STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars We will sell at 9 special discount up to December All tires this seasons Must make room for spring ship All the standard makes and sizes including our special Diamond This your Display at our show BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RIO CROSS BOX 1 Your Health Your Greatest Asset Insure yourself against being or catching your indi viduality 100 per A well stylishly tailored overcoat is the answer to good health and better ap that are made up in all wool in a great combina tion of styles and More value to the square inch at our prices than youll find anywhere in the A tryon will to Other styles as low as Louis Keel 318 Fifth Street HOME OP HART 8CHAPPNER MARX AND FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES ;