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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r PACK SIT TJIII; Lurhumimir. Drum MONDAY, DKCEMBB1V 3, 1518 UP FATHER By G Me Man vis IWW NANf I I TtLLTOO "0 PIPE -iMOKIHfj- I n, YOU LOOK LIKE 4COO IN 10 HAYt 101-Wr VI DOMT YOU OARZ IT rcx TMENTED MEN HERE- IN IKVAb-SHE The Sport Page i _. Curlers All Set for Hard Winter; Elect Officers at League Meeting One t and W. A. Buchanan, M.H., lie opinion voiced al the conclusion of the Lethbrldja Curling Club's an-] jioal- Heeling. Ereryone was.certain tint.. Ihe ante bellum raeniberBhlp irould ba oul-strlpped year. A membership ol at leisl 100 slona Ivlatera [3 looked for the comlns sea- Tbe rink hua" received a line bath of whitewash and the caretaker is ready lo start miking Ice just 33 soon AS the thermometer lates a dip- The- annual leet will be sllh 110.00 lor the fltaaon and a membership comrnilloa irjpoinleU to dig up all intending members so that Uio rinks can Bet lined up for.tho fray. Green curlers be giTsir are proTtdtd-07 .He clnp..Of I menitershtp committee be easily ayall jour tickets from the following b. w h wrtle secretary Clarke, phone 1U7, 621 tosh. President: John Bruce (the daddy of ihem Resident: J. A. Ried. Vlce-Preslienl: W.- J. Nelson. 2nd Vice-Presldent: J. F. Simpson. Chaplain: Rev. Capl. A. H- Dcnoon. Sec.-Treaa.: W. L. Clarke, phone n n. Eiecullve: D. D. MacXabb, C. E. Carter-TV, J. S. Klrkham, H. J. H. Skelth and W- L. MacKenile. Ice Committee: M. Freeman. Jno Marnock, Dr. W- H. Marrs. To Insure B hearty welcome to al curlers uarllKlarly newcomers green. nien it decided that the W. Clarke, H. J. H. Skeiti, 0. B. Car- herrr, or.J. S. KlrUnm. H li hoped that If the membership virruls It the committee will he able lo furnish the upstairs -walling room with comfort- mblo chairs and. card tablw. Tho elec- tion of officers "resulted u follows: Palrons: J. S. Street S., H. J. H. SVelth, phones -TOI and 1343. C. B. Carberrr. phones 133i or 70S, 3. S. Kirtham, phones 573 o 1010. ADVICE FREE We will ad-riM-tou-re the cire of your radiator and do It repairs ire needed coft. ANDY Radlrtn- Mm- 411 Frftfl Strut South Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY aTO RAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd 8L 4th Avenue S, W, H. DOWLINO W. 3. COOK (Bpecbl to the Herald) OALflART, All. Is in read ness for the boxing bout al the Par lates Theitre here tomorrow night b twecn Clonie i Taf 4 Canadian, weight nozlng'champlon and Al ROES claimant ot the middle-weight tide. he They have both h bird for Ihe week In 1 tire hall and are'iicw !a the pin condition. Although Tall will be forced lo gi away Quite a bit ot weight he fee confident Hut be will be able to ma Hbss alep the whole distance. Ti mlUdeweljht shows plenty ot see hie not lost any of hla boil The ilttiufis of Ilia District I'ourl for Ihe Judicial District of l.c-thbrldge for' 19ia have been fixed as follows: Tuesday. January 14tli; Tuesday, February llth; Tuesday, March llth; Tuesday, April Stb; Tuesday, May loth; Tucsdarf June loth; Tuesday. September 16th; Tuesday, Octoher 7th; Tuesday, Nov- ember llth; Tuesday, December 2nd- Tuesday, January 7th; Tuesday, April 1st; Tues- day, September 2nd; Tuesday, Novem- ber 4th. February 25lnr Vcnl Out Yesterday and Tlayed Round in Belt Golf TNOTFT1 Undor Ihe.iiew regiiUtlons of tliu rorkuien'a compensation, act tlio nilno uspcclorg at rarlqun have liccn .lnnpcctora. Tlia naiicctor or ihb district la M. John- j Sherlock building. Whon any per-, aieetb wllli acclJOut, ivhlcU cntllles Mm la rorupunsatlou under ;he acl, and ou finmedfalo operation a tbo Injured pcragji, or sumo ono In Ills beliair, inust lintnoil- lalely notify tlio Inspector, who Is uuthorlzad by the compensMIijD boaril [o KfYO authority for tho o peri (Inn U be performed. AMERICAN FINDS WORK FOR IDLE MEN LONDON, Dec, Junta Crack, sn American wko has resldeil for n long tine In Germany, IB head of llio department it Berlla which la finding work for Idle men, according to a Berlin dlsnalch lo Tho Kipress. Three thousand appllcautE for work reflstcr dally with htm, It It saij. nud men ara cow uaeraplojed luere. Less than a quarter of Ihe llerlln troops are as yet returned from-'lho AH hoot, And It la eillnmted there will t W bo Idlo when demobilization U MA i completed. The dispatch to Ihe Ki- vll t press was sent Thursday evening and deals at lengtli with tlio lahor 1 situation, bul does not mention any HKGl.N'A, SasU., Dec. Sy-1 disorder! such fls were reported yen- ST. PAUL, peace which would crealo a Uniled Stales of the i World by consent and not by conquest (j farored by llie National Non-Parti- sjri: league, according lo its "fleht Bdopled at the league's an- nual convention here today. Tlie policy ns given by llie league tonight follows: 1. A peace program enllng rotshka, n GallcUn. of IVarkaw. arrested on Saturday by Detective- Sergeant and will be charged wltli. murdering six persons In April, 191ii, Prokop, Mary and An- tonnso Mauclmr, Pauline nnd Olso Syrolshkl aiW John Melehlaluk, all Just present time whtn the curlers are holding their breath hoping that Jack Frost wili get on the job and manufacturs a little ice, .some of. the veteran gcJfers of the city sre patting the weatherman on the back for a goodfellow, and playing every time they get a chancs. Yesterday was a grand day, without wind, "and Dave Hume, captain of the locs.l club, visited the links making the round in bogey. Ha made anolhsr round in no Bcnllonen. H appears that one of Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Money Refunded THAT'S OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS OUR CUSTOMERS AWARD US WITH SMILE OF SATIS- FACTION WHEN THE JOI 18 COMPLETED. WE SPECIALIZE IN OVERHAULING, REPAIRING, REBUILDING TRUCKS AND RACERS ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL WORK. FOR ECONOMICAL AND REAL HONEST SERVICE TRY Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. _______rrODDART 4 RAVEN AUTOMOTIVC ENGINEERS and afnraldB-on Iho innocent of unforlltied (owns; for irpedoin? of passenger and has- giving-him a few love taps with a as war measures. "II. All use of the malls, Icle- graphs, telephone and express com- panies and banks shall be dented for ors in Ihpir boats; for Iho first use of jmllklog ot gO0j3, propcrlles, In- poison gas, the poisoning ot wel a the, or except for ut- IlliliUn Kika, 111U UL 11113 ldS" "S of works of art, of historic changed, as Folev defily disp.rmed lim and secured possession of the weapon. So far, so goed. Bat, lo! ami Dehold! About-this time three more opponen'.s came over the top dressed n pettlcoals and took a hand In the fray. Although Jud resorted to all the science he ever learned at boding, it vras of no avail. Ho was heated, nut he fought as every true Can- adian does. Several locks ot his hilr, and of which he was always so -proud, were remaverl In a Jiffy. The gentle? soi hit, kicked, cried and scratched In the clinches, forgetting all the Queensbury "or any other rules, reel delivery or the owner or his au- SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your batlery needs very care- ful altenllon during the cold CaD Our Service Department" and -we Vlll-.serid -bat- tery and store fiazne.during the winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. 311 Tth Street S. _ Phvnn 615 OLYMPIC HAS NOT LEFT TORONTO, Dec. While Star steamer .Olympic, which was ei- pectedlo day at Halifax with returned soldiers, lias not yet left England. It is not known how Ihe announcement came to be made in the first place, but Is probably a case qi J'some one-has blundered." II G. Tliorley.'Of the While Slar Line said last night he had received a cable from England saying tho vessel would leave UT'ergoDl' o'n Sunday. Dec. S, nnd make 'Iho relurn trip from Hall- far December 21." Drig.-Gen. A. C. CrlUcnley, D.S.6., who went overseas In 1314, Is wel- comed back to Winnipeg. He was only 2S years old when plrcn his high rank r ._ j n. i reci uBiiver> uj me uwuei ui an- 25 wnen [uvtn i "5 .1." of the Bpeci- SB a aviation school. machinery or Indus I rial Hie and PQ' VULCANIZING RETREADING We have i kUfiln offer In K. FOR MONDAY R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th St. Opy. ElllMn HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The HudBoa'a Co. Is slvInK away a jloQ.OO Vlcloiy Bond for Lbo nearest estimate. lential reconslrucUon; that he not only permitted Ihese tilings proceed, but wag In Tnnny cases n prfr- sonal ascender to and director of 111 em, and tb'At (or such a man no retributive penalty, however severe, would be un- deserved." He properties, Investments or isecurltlce Involved [a order to cUmln-S gambling and speculation In thr. JAPANESE PRINCE NEW YORK. IJcc. Prince Yorlhlo. Tr. Koley ia by acclamation. The atnentlrneDt permitting the use ot two Rabr.iUnlcs in .iddltlon to spare goalcr i years i amendment crintinji czrrle'! as was the soldier s followed the fighting parae (or eoine aftir N'oy. 11 1 1IJ1S, tlie same il mo, this was the tiril time ho WAS residence privilege ca returned men. d to atopj a reserve clause binding Lhc for the foiloirmg year unless the clab with which he was with rtlsbandert or he was given ever hacded the knock-out punch and he got It In less round. WITHHOLD SHIPPING LICENSES OTTAWA, Hoe. United >hia release, reeled. It was felt 3Lalca irMc bosnl withhold-' thai this lao rhach ot profes- for Iho eiporl of red slonal clover seed, pending an lavebtlRalion j A consolation scries will be cUged ol domesilc re'ialrernents. Tho Issa-lfor the benefit or the toims disposed Ing of licenses for ihu export r.1 In thD Junior and fnlertnedl scei from eanflda ts being wfLiibeld alo ecrlOi. officers nlll handle awaiting ol snppllea. Canada'a the association'' afffll-a for the next J year. MULOCK FAMILY GETS ESTATE OF MILLIONS SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Correiooniiing Farts lo S.ft, Comfortable Tnwl on Oihcr Easlern Points the World'. Greaiert Compirtmsnt Obitrvjllon Can, Slandird and Tourlrt Excellent Dining Car Service. Tlcfcett told during December ire good for 10 dayj. Extentlan will granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AOENT, CALQARY. The laal will and lest- j amer.t ot Ibo lato Cawllira Mulock, i ch was filed for probale, >7aa made May 7, 1917, wllli a shorl conflnna-l lory ccrJUi! dilcd April 1. 191S. Sab-j [ect In sorr.c dispositions or lokcns o[ remembrance lo E. H. Laachlnger arid j Malcolm former partners of a i testator, and to Kenneth noas, a friend j i OTcrecar., and subject to a legacy of to Mrs. Klrfcpalrluk, sister of tho toclator. Ibc estate o! i en] million dollars Is divided (nlo rive shares, one share lo go to cnch j thn three ttaushlcrs of Ihc testator I and shares to go to Ihe son of Ihe testator. Provision made for allow- ances la Ihe discretion of Ihe ciccu- 1 lors for the education and malKtRn- 1 anco ot Ihe cMldren during minority. The Income only payable lo tbe. daughter! during llfu, but the son re ceires bait of principal al Ino ol K anrl He ol tbe age ot STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars Worth. We wffl sell at special discount .up to December 31st, next. All (his season's ator'rf. Maet mafco room for spring ship-" AH the Etanilarvl niakcs find ? Including our special Diamond Squeegee. Thle Is your opnorlucliy. Display al our show room. t BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OCo TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;