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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \,fr f]t THE LEigglftiafiGP DAILY. HERAiaii___ j/v^ - ) , SATURDAY DECEl^fBEg^T. ^8 IN EDMONTON Sergt. Kid Scaler \^ants Loc^l ^:^.gcrapper to Appear in 'J ; Bout There slip' ' /TOe Caljrary Albertau, commenting Hm the coming Ross-Tait boutln that ^i?^.i-.�r�lt^sayB.'- �^giv iJiTOth four fast preliminaries and Cl�ua,Talt vs. Al R088 as a headllner, ..thaV^oxins pragram to bft put on next .!faekd&r night in the Pantages the-'Ate^^.promisea to outclass anjr hoots v�e�i^:l)ere if or aoihe timc^ Sergt. Al ;>aRplql^;%et !:a French. tighter at Peiawawa Camp last Julr. > He lhas ;l�l(iala�ked;.1iy KidiS^ia^ to'fight in ^Sldmontoni and fanstkdow, from Scal- anxioua to get a smaU bout 'with sasie-hody before the fight, if any boser in Calgary would like to have a few rounds with himi arrangements coiild be made through the Sporting Editor of the'Altiertan at'any time. I Clonie. Talf ijs claimant of the light-welgKt chainplorishlp of Canada, and is about 5the prettiest footwork boxer in. (he west. While Tait has not bestfen anjr- such men as Welsh or Leonard," he' has trimmed quite a few good boxers, and tnese were not second raj^er^. With Talt's footwork stac^e'd against the wonderful swings of Sergt. Al Ross; the local fans, will see.four. of. the.fastest rounds of boxing that have ?et heen put on here. ONEOFIHOSE ADVICE FREE We will aaTl�e you re the care 'br^fyonr/radlator 'andc'do good fworkit repairs are needed at a tuinimtuu'cost, r:. ANDY " .^'he..��llator,iMsi�': *yl;'-41S>IHK Street South Anto Repair Work ^HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY UTORAGE^ V ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 ^^pid Roller'^RInk�-cer.. 3rd St. A il}, 4th Avenue S., Lethbrldge '.p. H. DOWNING W. S. COOK ajADISON square gardens; N. Y, Dec's.-With aU the teams pedalling'more than''250 miles behind Saturday; and the final prise winners will be determined' under this system of awarding points win hold Its annual meeting on Deceniber 14th for election of officers. " ' Jack Web9ter%nd family have entirely recovered^ frbm influenza. ,- Mns. Glem Phillips' oldest daughter is "able to sit up-after a serious spell of influenza. Paul Beuhrine'shipped five car loads, of cattle^ and ihogs; on Wednesday to Winnipeg. . x'  Mr. and Mrs. Harvey-Davis have en- tirely recQvei;ed from a long siege of influenza. Their many friends are glad to see them around again. Quite a number of new cases of fiy fluen^a afe reported daily and it seems. Winnifred is in as bad shape as any. Neglect'being the, cause. Rev. Wood and daughter June, were taken Sick Wednesday with influenza. His -many friends expected dally to see llet. Wood taken sick as he has been in so many homes assisting the sick. f ... The following article (from the Winnipeg Telegram would look as if Manitoba is also in for six-man hockey this season. Saskatchewan has adoi)t=: ed it and Alberta seems to he the only one at present holding but against it. What will happen at the end of the season ff play-offs are arranged between Saskatch^ewan and Alberta is a piystery. Maj4e arrangements can 'be made to play a game of six iihd a' game of seven, and maybe not. Time will tell: The new league, recommended th^ adoption to the Manitoba Hockey association of several important chaagbs in Western rules. � They expressed themselves as favoring: Six-man hockey. ^ O.H.A. offside rule. . Two substitutes,allowed in a game. Two thirty-minute periods. Claude llobinsoh made a very important statement regarding tha amateur question at last night's hockey meeting, when lie told the Brandon delegates that they had little hopes ot any pros, being reinstated unless they had been overseas. He base-i his information on a talk with President , club's Boyd, of the Amateur unlow, who, told of those i Qlaudc that the union was cot contem- proposltions within the last forty-eight hours. Katurally the impression is- created that Dreyfuss is a party to � these offers and is anxious to retire .from baseliall if he can get his price. Dreyfuss said last winter that he had Plating a wholesole whltpwashlng of athletes, and chat they would consider each application solely on its merits. The seniors tackled the question of .... ,..., changes in rules in a businesslike |1,00�,000 Invested in the Pittsburg , manner, and it did not take them long club, which is taken to mean that his; to decide on what they^ wanted. Six-price for the franchise must be pretty i man hockey should be popular here, steep. '1 and the allowing of two substitutes Rumors of Other-Big Baseball Deals j In a game should, help.-to speed the From the inside comes a tip that, contests up. The adoption of the Q. negotiations for the sale of another i H. A. off.side rule should'also tend for ati taction Guaranteed 0 Money Refunded ^1^^ ; THAT'S OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS %IR CUSTOMERS AWARD US WITH THPIR SMILE OF SATIS-/FACTION WHEN THE JOB 18 COMPLETED, SE SfECIAUZE in overhauling, repairing, rebuilding trucks and racers ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL WORK. FOR ECONOMICAL AND REAL-HONEST SERVICE TRY alace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. ' 'STODOART * RAVEN - AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS National league club have been carried on secretly for some tiraej The prospective buyer, who controls a, rival m-ajor league'club, first made; an otter last June. He agreed to pay about ^00,000 in cash and the rest in notes, but was politely Informed that nothing but railroad bonds would do. This reply by the National league owner put an end to the dickering un-,tll several weeks ago, when it was resumed on the quiet Dally conferences have been held ever since and the insldej-s are beginning to wonder what will be the outcome. In due time will bo published the details of these negotiation^ whether they are through or not. LEAVE FOR BRUGES more speed. PARI-S. Dec. 7.--(Hava3)-. King. Albert, Queen Bllzbetli and Prince Leopold left Paris last evening for Bruges. President Pincare, Premier Clemien-ceau, Foreign Minister Plchon, the British ambassador and others bade them farewell at thestatjoiL 'NEW YORK, Dec. 6.-From Toronto comes a story that Pal Donovan, veteran malor league manager and later a prominent club leader Mn the International league. Is to succeed Dan Howley as manager of the Toronto club next season. Donovau manged the Buffalo club for several seasons, but opened the 1.918 race as pilot ot the Syracuse club of the International league. This club was transferred in July bo Hamilton and finished the season there, Son^'gi^n^ojuncement as to managerial piaiip will be,made here at the meeting ,ot,t^� -jBtaniational league next weejfc'- ' 12,000 DAMAGED N FEME CASE (Special to the Herald) . li'BRNIB, Dec. 6.-The supreme court Sittings closed here this after-noon^hen the evidence and arguments in the case of Baskin and Steadman vs. the 'BIK liumher Company, m which' plaintiffs" are suing fpr damage from,fire alleged to have been set out by the defendant company on their own premises and which was allowed to spread to the proijerty of the plaintiffs, doing damage.'. His lordship reserved judgment in this case. In the case of Mansfield vs. Friink Wark, for damages bedause of the defendant's alleged seduction '�f Mansfield's daughter while Mansfield was at the-front in 'France, the jitry brought in a judgment for |4,poo damages and costs in the case. 'Hisrchmer and Graham appeared for the plaintiff in ^e'^ase;-and'Laye''and Fisher dis-fended. � � .In the,case brought by Baskin'and Steadman, Lawe and Fisher acted for the plaintiK, and Herchmar and Graham appeared tor the defendant comt)aHy. Valuable Ducks ' A story comes from . Cranbrook -stating that Arthur Bullock,,a former resident of Lethbrldge, how living on a ranch near Cranbrook.'by the aid df his flock of ducks has suddenly become a prospective millibhaire. He found in the crop of a duck he was dressing to cook six dollars' Vorth f gold nuggets. He Immediately began to calculate, and is going to raise two thousand ducks; which, at the.^ rate the dead duck was inihing, will bring him In a revenue .of over ten thousand dollars next year. , , Jt 'is also, stated that Bnllbcks' neighbors have been -buying ducks off him^and finding gpld in the crops. There is likely to be a stampede to the duck ranch when these goslings begin operations next spring which will require the skilful pen of a;; Jack properly describe, Iwn-don''8 "'Flurry,in,Eggs;;,vwlll fadeijnto a veiry, common plaice ajfsllr/wh'en compared to the rush from drkni^rdoft to get a share' In the Igold-iirodiiclng' ducks' crops/ provided,' of course, the goldt:dp6B-not turn but-as bad - as Smokby Bellowfssecpnd purchase of eggs through ^ShortV, as an agent ryrom .'Our Own CbrreA^ndisnt) , MILK RIVER, Deo�.'.6i-^Our Bchopls are to remain closed nhtll the begin-' ningtof the new year owipg to'Beve,r9l, new outbreaks of Influenza *Satnrday evenings, December 37-and 28. -V Those .'tickets already sold will be honored on presentation at the box Office,; the' Monda> tickets (white) befng available dn Friday, and* the Tuesday tickets (green) on the Saturday, evenltig;, It will bo remembered that the object is to provide smokes for tjie boys overseas, the back of |the tickets being provided with it blank to be filled In with the' name of the intended recipient Every ticket filled up in this' way will ensure a present of tobacco and cigarettes ,being forwarded to the soldier whose nam^iappears op the hack ot the ticket whether the ticket is tu^ed in at-the door .as admission to the theatre of forwarded direct to Alr.vtMcAlpini the secretary of the CQilApany. � -.'Remember, the boys still want smokes, and will - be able to -anjoy them a great deal better now V that th.ere is a let-up la thg fighting. Buy l^tXcket and i'send � a'^i/resent bit' to-Mado to your soldier boy. .i^yone desiring to change, .the of their tickets-may ^0/so on; atlonat The: Herald office. EASTERN HATSL^^^CAPS -arOADancfAis LAD N%ED HOSPITALS' FOR i � ' , U. S. SOLDIERS '..'WASHINGTON, Dec.:?.-Hospitals costing 126,000,000, aiid providing 13,-OOO-.'beds, are estimated as necessary to ic'are for-discharged sick and-->dls-HWpd soldiers. - , 'iVtislstant Surgeon-General Sttnison, ot^ihe public health service, asked the house, buildings committee, with the ' approval ,of Secretary McAdoo, for an appropriation of $10,000,000 tb p:pbvide the first 5,000 beds? i VULCANIZING 1 ; RETREADING We have a bargain t6 offer'in 4;32x^: K. & S. Tires. i R. b/R!TCHiE'<^ 208 13tH St S. 0pp. Eillioh Mill* HOW MANY BEANS INTHE.JAR? -, The Hudson's Bay Qo, Is, gjvlng away a JIOO.OO Victory Bond-for the nearest estimate.; , ; ' ; imsMmmAAm ^ , Don't Miss It Many Saving Dollars for^You.. TABER. Fllght Lleut.f rthur Mark McBl-hinney, only son of Dr, and Mrs. Mark O. McBlhinney, Otawa, has been killed in a flyinc accident while completing kit tniotaefifKijsSBce. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Limited Imperial to Montreal $118.45 Eastern Canada ^Double Dally ' Tralh Service Trans-Canada to Toronto $1G3:20 Double Dally Train Service Safe/ Comfortable Travel on the World'* Greatest Highway Correep^ndlng Fares to Other 5Ealt'nrn Point* Compartment Observation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sleepers; ^ -'1 Excellent Dining Car Service. . . y Tlokstt'sQid during Dec