Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUB LETflMUP-GP DAILY. HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBER -'BRINGING UP FATHER" By Mq Man us BY WX-LX l OU4HT TO bTAY HOME The Sport Page Scrtf. ICid Sealer Wants Local Scrapper to Appear in Bout There Alberlan, commeDting "Dri ifce coming Ross-Tail tout-in that city-says. "With 'four last preliminaries and GJpnla Tait vs. Al Jloss as B heaollner, the .boxing program to be put on next Tuesday night Jn the Panlages tnc- lo outclass any bouls1 aeea .here Jor some tJroel Sergt. Al of tho mldaieweight championship ol U-in-, the pinic of condition for a boot, although I it Till take hmrunlil the of Ibe .bout', ID-feet hardened-Dp.- Ross lias done nothing- in line since his Tictory over a French ligbler at anxious to gel a small boul with before tlia tight, if any bcser in Calgary would like ID have a few rounds with him, arrangenieals could be made through Ite Sporting Editor n'AllferUu al'any time. Clopie Tail is clnimanL ol the light- velgVL cpampfonshlp ot CauaJa, and is about prettiest footwork borer in. the wesl. Tall has not bealen any such men Welsb or he has trimmed quite a few good and mesa were not sec- ond rac'cre. AVI in. Tail's footwork slertc'd against the wonderful swings of Sergi. Al Itoss, Ibe loenl fans will see four of toe.fastest rounds of box- ing lhal nave yet been pul on here. MADISOX SQUARE N. all .tbe learns pedal- Petawawa Camp last July. r lie i has beea asted by Kid Sealer to 'fight In Edmonton, and fanaikpov from Seal- j IT'S boats here, that he picks no "dubs." Hou bis teen, priclislng every day for the past w.eet, but Ja ItQg.more tnan.' 150 miles behind :the intereit In the annual sir-dar jblcycleJ race today too figures made -under the. ADVICEFREE We Trill aiTlse you re the care ol jroari- radiator wad do good work il repalfi' ire needed -at a. minimum cost. 418 Fifth Stnt South EITorls (o Replace Hini Fail Says New York Sport Wriler (By Joe Vila) In spite of wild assertiops by ham- mer throwers and know notlilogs, I am In a position lo slate that there Is no revolution "against Johnson's rule n the American league. Johnson knows exactly where he stands. He.'has tire loyal support ot at least six club oivn- era.'With-C: A. cWiskey of Ibe Chi- cago Yi'h'ite Sox yet lo be-heard from. Comlskey last summer was in., a personal altack on att launched by and Clark Grlf- Our Own Correspondent) WIN'NIFRED, Die. Word came from Lothbrldga hosjiltaUlh'at Miss A. M. Macdonald. SVInnlfrefl'3 school tea- cher :s able lo be out aUer a siege 'of inGceoza. J A telegram received by Mr, aud Mrs, Alex Smith came DEC. 5 officially an- nouncing Ihelr SOD Hoberl Smith, v.-ounfled In France. How serious has not been learned. t Mrs. H. Read, housekeeper for Oscar Dariielson is spending the- wiuler JD Medicine Hat. Mrs. Read expects lo return early Ihe spring as house- keeper Tor Mr. Damelson. Mrs, Jus. Larsen Js expected home Lhis week. She has heen In Lelhbrldge receiving medtcal help lor acute pneii monla. Witmlfred Dennlsan is slill very sick at. tho home ol O. II. Cooper. J. C. Freeman shfpped twp car load of cattle to Si. f aul this week. Last year Mr. Freeman Jost 36 head of cat- tle and this year1 he decided it WP.S best to 3hlp early. The U. F- TV- A: will holil Us annual meeting- on December 14th for election of Jack Vi'ehslerVnd family have en- tirely recovered from influenza. I rely recovered from a long slego ot nnuenza. TUclr mauy friends are glad to sco them arountl again. Quite a number of new cases of Huenza ate dally and It seems. Wlnnlfred Is Id 33 bad shape as any. Neglect .being Ina cause. Rev. "Wood aud daughter June, were :aken Stck Wednesday with Influenza. Hl9 many" friends expected dally lo see Ret. Wood taken sick as he has been In so many homes assisting tue NB1V Dec. IJoyJ Guorgo, British premier, In a caulo esnso received. Ji'ero" loday by (ho Nallonal llrltaln Day conu'ilUen "1 am 'always delighted lo licar'of any work1 which helps to nmkg our ;iRiiotis undcratand ono another IK-Her. We ncvor. forget I ha prompt find decisive of American proaldunl'and people to' liift allied .call thli and tbn Ijivalu- o played by tbo American navy to freo (ho seas from Die Ger- niMi pest." TJio mcseago K'llt lie read fit tt niasa mccllng licre Sanday In colcurntlon of BrKalq Day, at u-hlch H, V. IJrad- dou, Australian lilgh commissioner, Vk'Ml rctfclva too 1 lulled Stales coa- gralulallons on UeliaU ol Knglaod. DISARM MACKENSEN'S ARMV AMSTERDAM, Dec. dlft- arming of FJeJd Afarslial von MflCKcii- 3cn'a nriuy lias begun In Hungary, ac- Wording-to n received licro. Tbe aoldlorB will not be In- terned, hut wlH per mil ted Lo cross the- frontier. Tliey arc: selling their automobiles and other. cheaply. cieri Phillips' oldest daughter Auto Repair Work PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE'' 'ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd 4th Avenue Lethbdd. W. H. DOW LING W. 9. COOK Frencli system. McNa- mafa and Ma gin led at S-a.m, wlLb. 2S9 points: The race will end at'mid- night: Saturday, and the final, priic winners will bk.detenulDed under this points for places won In points, IS of which1 are ruo -____L-- The'eight leading teams had coyer- d rrJles "iO'.lapa al the end ot he IQUhtoiar; three others were on a ap behind .and tbe" 12lh learn was laps behind." Th'e record at lonr is mile3 ?4aps, made bj Fbgler JLnd.HIU CONTINUE PROHIBITION.- 'OTTAWA, Dec. 6 CoDllnuatlon of decided br.referen- dum" tue government Ihfa afternoou by a delegatfod rcpre S SB ting '.-the Dominion prolilbition committee and "strengthen: Canada moveraenL" when-hfe was asked lo cr- js-abie to: sit" up after a serious spell plain bis (Ulttnde the. owner .of Ihe Oj influenza.- White, Sox declared that he hart been Paul-Beuhring shipped five car loads misrepresented muT that be-had, no to going back on his old friend, Winnipeg. Jehason put Comlsker into the :yr and Mrs, Harrey Daris have en- Chicago American league club and se- cured a financial backer for him. C'om- made a fortune out.of his Chicago venture as a result1 of Jqhn- For tlist rinses 1L is hard lo believe that. Comlskey will line np wilh a hopeless minority when tbe American league convenes next month. Wrong Impression of the Sister Case IL has been staled .by Irresponsible persons that -Johnson's vote decided the famous Staler case in favor ot the Louis raling that made STATION Attention, Motorists halterr npeda rerr'care- fiij during the cold weather. 4V Call Our Servke Department tad we will send for your' bat-' tery sod tlore same during; the Trtater ai reasonable rates Rt ov np-to-dale Battery Station. Ill Ttt fttnet S- Phens ttfi Barney Dreyfuss a hitter enemy of Chairman. Herrmann. The records of commission show LhaL neither Johnson nor HOT. Tener-Toted on .the disposition of Sisler. Thet decision left entirely to Herrmann, .who dltl col arrive at a conclusion [qr sev- eral months aiter the case was taken up on appeal. (Sreclal lo the Herald) FKHNTIE, Dec. supreme court sittings cioseti here this after- noon the evidence and argu- ments In (lie 'case of Baskin and Ste'admin vs.' Ihc Elk' Lumber Com pany, in which y lain tiff a' are sulue fqr damage from (ire alleged to have been set out by the defendant com pany on their own premises and which was allowed to spread (o the! property of tbc plaintiffs, doins dam- age.. His lordship reserved judgment in this case. In the case of Mahsffetd 'vs. Frank lor damages becauBe ot Lhe de- alleffbd seduction 'of -Mans- field's daughter while MansEicld was at ilic front In ''France, th'e Jury jrouguL in aJudgment for dam- ages.and costs'In the case. Herchrner and Gniham appeared for tbe plaintiff and La we 'and Fisher ilfi- fended. _ln Ihe.case brought by Baskm and Lawe and Fisher acted for the Herchmw 'and Graham for the defendant The assertion that has Inflneyced Herrmann's rulings doesn't hold water when II Is recalled that Herrmann decided the Important Perry and, lUdgewood casei against the American league. DreyEusa' hos- f The following artlcle'ffom "the nipeg Telegram would look as it Man- itoba ia also In for sii-man hockey this season. Saskatchewan has ed U and Alberta seems to be the only one at present holding out agslcst it. What will happen nt'lne end of ihe season if play-offs are arranged be- tween Saskatchewan, and Alberta la a mystery. Maybe arrangements can "be made to play a game ot six and game of seven, and maybe not. Time will tell: The new league recommended adoption to Ine Manitoba Hockey as- sociation of several Imporlant In Western rules. They tllity to ,Gcv. Tener was occasioned themselves 39 favoring: by ihe biter's piling that awarded Rube- Bentou to the Giants more than two years ago. Yet the governor's decision was eminently fnir. Is Dreyfuss Ready to Sell the PiraUs? TDforrnalioh at hand, thai .would seem LQ indicate Dreyfiiss' readiness lo sell the Pirates. Propositions have been made by the owners of land on "which Forbes Field is located lo at leasl one prominent baseball man lo form a .new corporation lo buy Tho plays-whfclf-were'-io have been given on November 15 and 10 In tho Majestic Theatre bi' tho amateurs (Mr. Hlchbrd Hlricks 'arid bull were postponed onf account of fbo re- cent 'qplddnilc, presented on and Saturday evenings, Dc- canibcr 27 vaiid -28. TLioscV tickets alrcacly sold will bo honored on presentation at Iho box .tlic Moiidu'y. tickets being available du the Tuesday Llckets (green) on the Satur- day j will [bat the ob-j Jecl Is io provide Buiokes for IJio boys I the back of ,ltie tickets Ins provided with a.blanli lo be filled In Vfltiruid name'of tho intended re- cipient. 'Every ticket filled Ibis'way TV 111 ensure a proven} of lobacco and cljfircltes beini; forwarded to Iho 'sol- dier whoso name .appears op-lbe back of.tbe ticket, whether Ibo ticket Is in at the (Joor ,23 admission .0 the Ihcnlrc of forwarded direct to of Iho con'tpany. Ihs boys still ivant smokes, and will'ba "able to -'enjoy Ih'em a great deal iiow.Mbal company. ppea: EASTERN! OAC and His LA D tjiero la a let-up in Uuy1 s. 'ticket and "s'eail a prejent." .of' to- biccb .to your soldier boy. Anyone lo chango. .Hie ot.ihclr tickets: mayuo rso on. attbn.at The NEED HOSPITALS FOR Six-man hockey. O.H.A. offside rule. Two subslilulca allowed In a eann. Two tblrty-minule perfoda. Claude Uobinson made .a very im- portant, statement regarding .tha ama- teur question at last night's heclcey TutiellnF, when he told the Brandon delegates that they: hart llltle ot any pros, being reinstated they harl bei He base.l information on a talk with President the plant and the Piltsburg club'a' Boyd. of Hie Amateur imloy, who toli franchise. I liave read orie of those j Clnudo that the union was nol contem- propoaiLions within the last forty-1 plating a whllewasblng of eight hours. Naturally the impression j athletes, and that Ihey would conslrf- Is created that Dreyfuss Is a party lo-cr each nppllcalion solely on ils mer- olfers and is anxious lo retire Ks. from baseball If he can gel Ilia price. The seniors the question of DreyfD83satcl last winter that he had [changes in rules ID a .businesslike Invested in tho Pillaburg; manner, anrt It did no', late them lung club, which la taken lo mean that life to decide np. what they wanted. Six- price Tor Ihe franchise must be steep. hockey should be popular here, land the allowlog of two substitutes Rumors Other Big Baseball Deals] In a game should help-to speed the From the Inside comes a lip that contests up. Thn adoption of Ihe O. Sati action Guaranteed O Money Refunded THAT'S OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS OUR CUSTOMERS AWARD US WITH THEIR SMILE OF SATIS- FACTION WHEN THE JOB IS COMPLETED. fE SPECIALIZE IN OVERHAULING, REPAIRING, REBUILDING TRUCKS AND RACERS ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL WORK. FOR ECOMOMICAL AND REAL HOKEST SERVICE THY Palace Garage. 2nd Ave. S. VTODDAUT A RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS for the sale ol another i11- A- olfsMe rulo should National league club have been speed. ried on secretly for some The prospective buyer, who controls a rlral major league'club, first made an ofter last June. He agreed to pay about I.IDO.OOO la cosh and ihe rest In notes, was poliicly Informed that nothing but railroad bonds would do, This reply by Iho Nalional league owner pul an end io the dickering' un- til several weeks when It was resumed on the quiet. confer- ences have hcen ever since ami (he In.iIde-'-j are beglnnlag lo wonder what will b-2 tbc outcome. In duo lime will lie the details of these negoliatibni wbe'her they are or not. lend for LEAVE FOR BRUGES PARIS, Dec. Kins Al- bert, Queen Ellzheth and Prince I-co- poltl left Paris hst crf-ning for Jlrugej. President PiTicaro. PreiiiEcr Clemen- NKW YORK. Dec. From Toron- to coiries a slorjr that Pal Donovan, veteran major league manager and later a prominent club, leader 'In Ihc International league, Is lo succeed Pan Htmley as of lhe ti. Foreign Ush anibaaaador and otnera tttm farewell at the sUlioa club tint tearon. Donovan manged the Duffalo club for .several Feasons, hnt opened Ihn ifllfi race as ptlol of the Sjracusc club of (he International league. This club was" transferred In July to Hamilton and finished the seaeon there. Sime announcement as A slofy' comes Crapbrook staUng that Arthur' pullockj. a former ot Ijetbbridge, now living on. a ranch near Granbrook, 'by the aid of bis flock of ducks has suddenly become a prospective millionaire. He found In the crop oE a. duck he .was dressing to cook six dollars' worth of gold He Immediately began to .Is going to raise two thousand ducks, which, at the, rale the [lead.daclc'waa nilnlDff, will bring him In a revenue of over ten thousand dollars neiL year. Jt'ls also, staled thai Bullocks' neighbors have been buying ducks off hinVand fladtng .gold In Ihe crops.! There Is likely lo be a stampede to duck ranch wben these goslinks I beeln operations next spring which! will skilful pen bf.aslack London lo properly1 rics'cribe. 'Lon- don's "Flurry, fade .into a very commonplace affair'when com- .tho jusb, Iroin (JranbrooR to [ct a. share In the .gold-producing ducks' of course, the does'nol turn but-as bail -03 imoKey Bellow'a-ERcpnd .purchase ol gga :an agent- 'From iOnr Own' REVERB DeCr.G.-r-Ottr schools are to remain closed until the begin-' K-ot Ine new year nwlng; iO'aeverql newJ outbreaks of town and district. Mr. Frank Quinn IR- vising bis molher's Home on return from-doing his bit la thtf U. S. army. Mr. anil Mrs. Albricht gave a Iionse Winning In Ihelf new liomo last Frl: day evening where music and games were Indulged In and a delightful lunch was served at a and a de- lightful'lime was "sp'erft-by all. Services were held Sunday evening after being diseonllmied for several weeks for (life first lime by our new minister. Rev. Wler of the. United church. Mr. CSias. Sasaa. Is building a sonlh ol Iho town was giv- en a lathing beo by his friends, the ladles making themselves useful also. Supper was served by-Mrs. Sassa al- ter an enjoyable evening was spent Mr. J. Schnalz Is opening up an up-lo-dale general store and butcher shop combined. Mrs. Dan Occonnel Is Improving after several veeks Illness, There Is a great rush being made by Ihe children of our town tor ihrlft alampa. Mr. Sleeler lias moved into town, iDto Mr Schnala' house. Our teacher. Miss StcelA, gave a walking party to her pupils Thursday aflpmoon. Mr. Johnson of Warner Is In town, a victim of hiflncnza. .U. S. SOLDIEPS costing providing 13r- OM-.beds, arc taUraateil as .necessary sick dis- b'led I ''Xsslstaiit EurgGbn-Geniral Stlriison, of'Tt'c p.uutic health service, asked cbniniUtee, 'with J.he approval ".of Spcrctary McAdoc, Cor an. appropriation ot to provide -the first bedsf VULCANIZING RETREADING We have a bargain 16 offer; in 4 32x37? K. 4 S. Tlret. R.U RTTCHlE x 13th St. 3. Off. Elllion Mini HOW MAKT BEAKS X'.S? i ''-'f'.r'--' 't .The HuilEon's Bay Co. M away a f 100.00'.Vlctoir Bond Iho nearest j the lo" managerial hero bade .it the meeting n[ Uu ceil Flight LleaLArihur Mart Mcri- hlnney, only son of Dr. and Mrs. MarX a. McBlhlaney, Otatra, h.is liecn M.lcd In a firing accident while completing Uf OUR SALE is MHIQN Don'tMissIt. i i Many Saving Dollars, THE BOSTON CLOTHIERS SPEND 'CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Fares (o Other Safe, Comfortable Travel on the World's Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Can, Standard and Tourhrt 'r; Excellent Dining Car Service. durl.ig are.gocd for 60 days, Extenilcm wrlh be granted by payment of for each extra fifteen ''FOR INFORMATtOH j. GORDON; TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AQENT, STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven HiMund DoDars Worth. We vfib sell at z special rfwcotmt np to December 31st, next All (Ires this ueascn'a slocV., Miirt nuke 'room for sptlng nhlp- mcht. All the sttfirtilrd mnkes ulicl our special Diamond TLIg Is your opimrtunlty. Display at our show room. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE OLD TIRES AND TUBES INCUR RED CROSS BOX.