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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^BRINGING UP FATHEr �__� f I ...... I . ........ ,. .1....,-. , .y-KHg. .. , ^ . . ^v,,,l-. MONpAy, DECEMBER. 9, ti^lS .Mil VE M^E TO HAVH COMWN-t TONKjHT SO OONT YOU DW� H4HT IT A�. Xoa LOOK uKE ^ ^ coco FELLOvy  BijT [ >F too HMi WgT IH-'T � , [.. t J "WIFE, VnTH Th^T P�PE The Sport Page Curlers All Set for Hard Winter; Elect Officers at League Meeting :Oae of the largest and most ehthus- W. A. Buchaaan, M.P., Mayor Hardie, ImUc meetings In recent years was' C. A. Magrath, tr. K. Marnoch, Geo. W. tile opinion voiced at the conclusion^upt. MaoKln- of the Lethbrldge Curling Club's an Jinal'meeting: Bveryone was.certain i^at, the ante bellum membership 'Would be outstripped this year." A mambership of at Itest 100 stone Cwistera is looked for the coming sea-, aoD. The_^k has reqeived a fine bath oi; whitewash and the caretaker. is xeady to start making ice jnst as soon as the thermometer takes a dip. The tUmual feet wlUbe sUU $10.00 for the �e&80n and a membership committee : was mppointed to dig up all intending ^ mentbers so that the rinks can^ get i lined up for the fray. Green curlers '[yfll bo givsB spsoial. attftntion �nd rocks are provided: by ^the club. Oet your tickets> from the following', h. W. Clarke, H. J. H. Skrtth, O. B. Gar-berry, or J. S. KirUiAm.' It is hoped that If the membertship warrants it the OjDflimlttee will be furnish the npatairg tralting room with comfort-jible chairs and card tables; The election Of offiiiers resulted as follows: iPatrona: Brlg.-Oen. J. S. Stewart, ADVICE FREE . We will advlse-youvie the care of your radiator and do good work'If repairs are needed at'a minimum coit.'. ANDY "The Radiator Man" 418 Fifth Street South Hon. President: John Bruce (the daddy of them ali). President: J. A. Ried. Vice-President: W.' J. Nelson. 2ad. Vice-President: J. F. Simpson. Chaplain: Rev. Capt. A." H. Denoon. Sec.-Treas.: W. U Clarke, phone 1447. Breoutlve: D. D. MacNabb, C. E. Carberry, J. S. Kirkham, H. J. H. Skeith and W. h. MacKenzie. Ice Committee: M. Freeman, Jno. Marnock, Dr. W. H. Marrs. To insure a hearty welcome to all curlerB partlWlarly newcomers or igreeh,men St was decided that the l^memhership 'Committee be;easily available,, so phone or write tEe Secretary t. W. Clarke, phone 1447, 621 lOtU Street 8., H. J. H. Skeith, phones 4D9 and 1343, G. B. Carberry, phones 1335 or 708, J. S. Kirkham, phones 573 or Went Out Yesterday and Played Round in Bogey-Banana Belt Golf ^ Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Carage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, ^or. 3rd St A. ' 4th Avenue S., Lathbrldge W. H. OOWLINQ W. 8. COOK fSMdal to the Heraia> CAIiGART, Dec. 8.-All is tn readiness for the, boxing bout at the Pan-tages Theatre here tomorrow night between Cltiaiie {Talt, Canadian lightweight boxing champion and Al Ross, claimant of the middle-weight title of the Dominion. They have both been training hard for the last week in No. 1 fire haU and are now in the pink of condition. Although Talt will be forced to give away quite a bit of weight he feels confSdent Ibat he will be able to make Boss step the whole distance. The miUdeweight shows plenty of speed and has not lost any of his boxing skill since joining the atmy. Practically all of the , reserved seats have been taken aUreatfy and tickets are selllhg fast. Gappy Smart will referee-William Walsh, General Superin-j tendent of the eastern division of the Dominion Express Co., died at Toronto. � Just al~rthe present time when the curlers are holding their breath hoping that Jack Frost will get on tiie job and manufacture a little Ice, some of. the veteran goffers of the city are patting the weatherman on the back for a goodfeMow, and_playing every time they get a chance. Yfesterday was a gr^d day, without wind, and Dav,j Hume; captain of the locsj club, visited the links making the round in bogey, l-le made another round in 44, a total of 84 for-the 18 holes. . If there is another golf course east of the Rockies where the weather has been so 'fine during the fail that such a "thing as a bogey score is possible on unkept greens on Dec. 8th, the Herald would Tike to hear about it. By playing Sunday Capt. Hume has set up a record Of having played over the local links at least once every month of the year. On January 6th Tast a- large number of golfers made the round of the links in their short sleeves while yesterday was so warm it was almost fatiguing to'the players. It's great to live In the Banana Belt. OISM COURT The sittings of the District Court forthe Judicial District of Lethbridge for'1919 have been fixed as follows: Lethbridge-Commencing: Tuesday, January 14th; Tuesday, February 11th; Tuesday, March 11th; Tuesday, April Stb; Tuesday, May 13th; Tuesdajj; June 10th; Tuesday. September 16th; Tuesday, October 7th; Tuesday, November 11th; Tuesday, December 2nd. Raymond-7orkmen'B compensation .act tho mine inspectors of theln, T�rlpui�: alslrlota have been; appointed iflnspectors. The inspector of this district: is M, John: son, Sherlock building. Wheri kny person meets with an a 4/,'^-JUnd*r:;R�rsonal. Management of Owner, H. E. Renkenberger. iJiWffr ----~ . . .  KING'S OPINION OF KAISER LONDON,-^What does King George really think of his cousin,' William Hohenzollern, former German Emperor?  . That is a question" that has been often asked, but has .Jiever received anything approaching:an authoritative answer. According to :i writer in "the Daily News, Jwhich .is usually very careful as to the trustworthiness of what it prints, K\ng George regards him as "the greatest trlmlnal in the world today." � 1 . The writer says that he -was talking a few days ago with a "well known statesman who, has had many ^ opportunities during the war, and especially lately, of hearing the King express his : views of the Kaiser." I And he thus summarizes what the ; wel known statesman told him: "My Informant says that the King's feelings "and ^expressions are so  strong that they could hardly be re; produced verbatim,; but that the substance of them is that the K.aiser is the greatest criminal in the world today; that he is directly rseponslble for the outrages on the Belgian and populations; for the (Sweet Grass Advocate.) Word has been received from Milk River of a terrific battle royal at that! p. . j .j placevrecehUy ^�V^�'''i"ih^,�ifVe"re ! bombing and airTraHirbn'the innocent four opponents three ot whom were  ^^j^^^^^^^^^ unfortified towns; for no gentlemen. It appears that one or, torpedoine of passenger and hos- the citizens took it upon himself to rid t:ie community of Mr. Foley by giving him a few love taps with a^^^_^^^ ___^_______^ _ _____ hammer, but his ideas were soon J^g^ruction of "works of art, of historic changed, as Foley deftly disarmed bun^lngg^ of beautiful towns and the him and secured possession of the machinery of industrial life and po-weapon. So far, so goed. But, lo! and ^gj^^j^j reconstruction; that he has Ahmit.'fhis time IShree more I j^^f pj,jy permitted these things to in this way making the world safe for democracy. "3. The termination of the present I national dpntrol of'railways and ail ! other public utilities and industries taken; over as war measures, not by return of these properties to private mohopoliea, but by national, ownership. "4. Employment of the unemployed in cooperation with organized . !a-boir through government, works in such enterprises as road building, forestry, timber and,.fuel- production, flood protraction and land reclamation. "5. Complete enfranchisement of women with equal opportunities wiyi men and equal pay for equal work. "6. The national - government should make loans to the state governments on state bonds, secured by first mortgages on real estate, in order that farmers can get loans from the state at cost. "7. An immediate reduction o� freight and passenger rates,"espepial-ly on food and fuel'. "8. Immediate abandonment of all Interference of political rights of employees in public service. Aban donn)ent of the exercises of any fur-1 ther post office censorship. "9. Liquidation of the national debt through reforms in the income and Inheritance tax. "10. Restoration of the rights of labor should be tor patriotic reasons and the repe^aiing of the laws regulating the civil rights of the people a$ war measures. "11. Ail use of the malls, telegraphs, telephone and express companies and banks shall be denied for then set fire to,^he building- and sui cided. The cattle had also boon shot and the barn set on fire. Paulina Syroishka, murdered wife of the accused, married him in 1910, but left | him in 1913 because of alleged cruel-ties. � ^ : " ; , � commander of vindictive . entertained the torpedoing of passenger and hos pital ships and the sihklng of 8urvlv-^_....._____________________ ors in their boats; for the first use o'lmaklng s^les of goods, properties, in-poison gas, the poisoning of wells, the, vestments or securities, except for dl- behold! About � this time three more opponents came over the top dressed In petticoats and took a hand in the fray. Although Jud resorted to all the science he ever learned at boxing, it was of no avail. He was heated. But he fought well, as every true Canadian does. Several locks of his hair, and of which he was aiways so proiid. were removed in a jiffy. The gentle? sex bit, kicked, cried and scratched In the clinches, forgetting all about the Queensbury 'or any other rules, which, of course, was unfair to Jud. Shortly after the first minute of fighting, which brought the crowd to-its feet time and again', there came a sickening thud. The hammer, now in possession cf a female woman, had found its mark. "Foul!" yelled Foley as he went down for the count. Upon realizing what they had done, the suffragettes became themselves once more-^just women as they were before. ''He is killed," said one. "Oh, but I didn't mean it," wailed the hammer wielder, while the third shed big gobs of tears and looked very weak' and noncombatlve. Then the dear' little things all cried., To make a* long story sliort, the ex-pugllist is carrying, befsldes many minor bruises, a broken; col|ar bone. I proceed, but was In many cases a personal assenter to and director of them, and that for such a man no retributive penalty, however severe, would be undeserved." JAPANESE PRINCE NEW YORK. Dec. 7.-Prince Yorihto, 0� Hlgaahi-Fushlmi, cousin of the emperor of Japan, arrived here today from England on a British cruiser. Ou his way home to Japan he will visit Washington. -TORONTO, Dec. 7.-At the 29th annual meeting of the O. H. A. today all the principal officers were elected by aeolamatlon. _ The amendment permitting the u^e of two BubBtiiutes in addition to a spare goaler wan carried as wa^ the minor Druiaea, u. uruiitsuf uuijixi uunc. i apctit: ftuaiui- witt* uariicii u� wan luc Although Mr. Foley in previous years j amendment granting any soldier dls-followed the fighting game for some charged after Nov. 11, l(jl8, the same time, this was the first time he was residence privilege as returned men. ever handed the knock-out punch and j The proponal to adopj; a reserve clause he got it In less than^one round, WITHHOLD SHIPPING LICENSES OTTAWA, Dec. �� 7.-The United States War trade hoard' is withhold- _ __ _________ Ing- licenses for the export of red alonal baseball. binding the player for the following year unless the club with which He was with disbanded or he was glveii ..|hlB release, was rejected. It was felt 1-' that this savored too much of prpfes- clover seed, pending an Investigation of domestic requirements. The issuing of licenses for the export "of thl � � vestments or securities, except for dl reot delivery by the owner or his an thorlzed a^ent, and then of the specific goods, properties, investments or securities involved In order to eliminate gambling and speculation in the necessities of life." A preamble declares that "our soldiers and sailors In the world war have paid with the'offering of their lives for a lasting peace and world democracy, that without,their sacH-rice the utter ruin of the properties, tlia industries and the civilization oi! the woUd must have been inconceivable and their claim for full participation In the government for equal industrial and educational opportunities tor free access to / natural resources, and for protecfion against industrial oppression and monopolistic extortion must be made a claim prior to every other possible claim on the properties. Industries and civil hours of the nation. mulock family gets estate of millions BOSTON, SlasB,, Dec. 7.-Capt. A. P. B. Carpenter, who commanded thfe British ^rul^er :.yih,dlctlye duflngthe' raid upoiithe.Germhh Submarjfhe base'; at Zeebrugge, ilnd'the officers and meli of the British 'cruiser DevonsHlre now In this port; were the guests of the city :ipday at a: celebration honoring Brltain;a part .in the war. The British naval men were weicomad by Mayor Peters and a program of enter-' talnment was carried out. Brltlsn-flags, were . prominently  displayed throughout the city, OLYMPIC HAS NOT LEFT TORONTO, Dec. 7.-The White Star steamer Olympic, whluh was expected to arrive any day at Halifax, with 7,000 returned soldiers, has not yet left England. It is not known how the announcement came to be made in the first place, but is probably a case of ^'some one has blundered." H. G. Thorley,>of the White Star Line, said last night he had received a cable from England saying the vessel would leave Llyerpi^pol' on Sunday, Dec. 8, and make 'the return trip from Halifax on'December 21.' ^ Brig.-Gen. A. e. Crltlchley, D.S.6., who went overseas In 1914, is welcomed back to Winnipeg. He was only 28 years old when given his high rank in a British^aviation school. SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very careful attention during the cold weather. . ' " Call Our Service ; Depatrtihc^ and we 'will, send fo'ri^our battery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. 311 7th Street S. , Phone 618 VULCANIZING RETREADING We have a bargain t� effai* In 4 32x31/^ K. A 8. Tlrea. FOR MONDAV J7; R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Op�. Elllaon Mllla how MANY BEANS IN the JAR? The HudBon*B Bay Co. is giving awey a �too.OO Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME __.,- �;� :.--IN . i-^-r-~-\ Imperial Limited to Montreal $118.45 Eastern Canada Trana-Canada to Toronto $103.20 Double ^S^^ Double Daily . _____________ Service Service -�.�A,rfir,� c^r.a tn ^HHir Safe, Comfortable Tratael on SrerTastirS points*" ^ the wir.d's Greatest Hlflhway Compartment Observation Cara, Standard and Tourlat Sleeper*. Excellent DinlrvB Car Service. Ticket* sold durlno December are good for 60 days. Extentioh will bt granted by a payment of S5.00 for each �xtra fifteen daya. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: j. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AQEHT, CALQARY. TORONTO.-The last will and testament, of the late Cawthra Mulock, which was 'filed for probate, was made May 7, 1917, with a short confirmatory codicil dated April I. 1918. Subject to some dispositions or tokens of remembrance to E. H. Laschlnger and Malcolm Stoble, former partners of a testator, and to Kenneth Ross, a friend now, overseas, and subject to a legacy of ^10,000 to Mrs. Kirkpatrlok, sister of the testator, the entire estate of several million dollars is divided Into five shares, one share to go to each of the three daughters of the testator and two shares to go to the son of the testator, provision is made for allowances In the discretion of the executors for the education and malnten-anoa of the children during minority. The income only Is payable to the daughters during life, but the son receives half of his principal at the age of 2S and the oth