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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DKCl'.MUlvU 10, HI17 TIII-: LKTimnmciR DAILY TIF.IULD PAGI-. TIIHKE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus ob LIKE THE ME OR YOO LIKE L ME THt DON'T "YOU? Munrc Just Down From Peace River Golch Only Man Who Ever Threw Him in an Athlete Will Draw Monster Crowd. Barons Is gains lo put itself on the sport map of Canada with a.Ten THE NEED OF ECONOMY IN FOOD Now on Way lo (he Third Year in Pro- Hockev Men, money and munitions arc need- ed as greatly as ever, but tlicrc is an- other urgent and cn'luriue war need ir, fpod supplies lo back the men, lo lead Ihum Ihrougli vlc'-ory to The food problem and iu magnitude are only beginning lo bo understood in Canada. Yet what country K bel- ter lined to lend to (he allies than Canada with Its vast expanse of and REBELS IN Uprising Was a Military Govt. Has Tendered Resig- nation lO.-Tclegraphic com rorluea, js rich resources large terming population? 'established, according'to a liavns dcs- It Is tho most fertile part ol the em- panjj trom Uadajosc, Spain, near the nlrc- Ils population ls sma" 1 frontier. Despatches received Ihere v 1 Lloyrl Coot, former TauerCtwf, who 1 ,o jts stie- it can and docs rrom U3bon put that town on Iho man In the hoc- Who has not been Eav uprising mm lne entlre Visit: lighting. The G ernment, then resigned and the gov- Lloyd Cook, who has attained atel- "0 reaclall homes in Canada lhan >r in nmrpcRirtTiai a emmeni lorces surrcnoernu. lar rank In Ihe professional hockey it in European counlries where the world since he led the Edmonton Do-11Illn actually holds'Ihe lands he rob-1 minions lo the championship of Al- hjCj or where he can drop bombs on' berla sorao few years ago, has been j innocent women and children The revolutionists have published 'Ing manifesto: "The revo forces, composed of nearly all of the Lisbon garrison, In Ihc first year of Ihe the wo- [hree lrom entrenchments In con hraiil who the opponent was who was picked lor him he thrSw up hla, ton_ hnnds and domandod-thal he be given a handloap, and Munro was willing. Alex Munro. 215 pounds, has been put on his back on Iho mat only nnrc O.T this side of the Atlantic, and .tbat was in December. 1913, when Frank turned llio trick at Kr.nsas Cily. The great Frank had lo. work over an hour lo do It too. lie lias met Hackenschmldt, the Russian Bear on three occasions. Twice they drew and onca. In Europe, Hacken- schmldt won Munro defeated the great Tom Jenkins In Cleveland two atralEl'l falls In 13 minutes. Munro is not as young as he onco was bul he is as husky ns ever, and Jusl ns much ot an athlete as ever. He doesn'l stop nt wrestling. When it comes to losslng Ihc caticr, throwing tho hammer and putting the shol ho makes even Marlln Sheridan itep out In [act ho is willing to make, a match-with any man In Ihe world Mickey McKay, wno ftlso learned hiB 1'ocher In Ihii city, be in tho Pacific Coast leacuo, but Art Dun- can, the big fellow who proved a sen- sation last whiter, is now flying over the enemy's lines on tho wesUrn front, Word has been received in the clly that Lieut. Duncan, who enltated In the Canadians cannot help contrasting their lot far from Ihc batllc zone, he- ed the revolutionists! The'balllcshlp Vasco Da Gama and the destroye Guadlana bombarded the positions o yond the range o( cannon, immune (ne revolutionists for two days with from Zeppelins, Hielr pursuits as effect." steady and remunerative as prior to 19H. with'that ol Ihe allies in Europe. There Is something that every mar. and woman, every hoy and girl In Can- ou _. _.._ .._.--------- ..._ at tossing Iho caber This summer al Rrande Prairie stampede Munro ganlzattou, has oeen In France since Iporllng the armies, walkcil ofl wllh every event in Ihe ovcnl In (ho sports line and he In Juiy upon arriving in England The chief staple food Ihe perfect condition lortay. Besides being a wrestling champion ami an nthlctlc champion I Scotch wrcstfcr can hold his own with Ihc Jili Jullsu artists. A few-ye; aco.al Glasgow, Scotland, ho defeated Yonko Tanl, Ihe Japanese champion of the jul Juitsu, style with comparative case. Anderson will go gp against about IrlcVy a man as Ihere Is In the game. Jack Taylor didn't care to tackle Munro Ihreo years ago al Saskatoon and that's prttly gond evidence that Anderson has his work cul out.lo slay with the game for CO minutes with' less lhan Uo falls against him. The anpcnranco of Ihe Scolch champion at Barons Is sure lo draw a moi.stcr crowd, nnd many peoplo will go out from Lethbrldge lor Ihe match. A couple of holing preliminaries will be staged. 228th balla'lalon. and while playing Uda can ilo. It Is lo save lor Ihal battalion In the National Hoc- food and lo refrain from using the key association lasl winter was one: kinds that are most needed by Ihe of the real stars of the caslcrr, or-1 armies and civilians overseas sup- of Europe is bread made from wheat flour.. Great wllh Ihe 2ZSth he secured permission secured his certificate as aviator In1 lime. Barney Stanley, FIVE-PIN MATCH inggressor In the second eontwt with In Sieve Savlge, of Slavonla, end finally Ihe five-pin pinned his opponent's ihoulders to Tlio rest match ,j, ea-ue will he played tomorrow mat wllh a oody scissors hold In al 8 o'clock bclween the 11 minutes tnd t 133 ponuds rlng- some five carloads, were ship- ped from Bhckle lo Calgary. Thn rest wcro trailoil ivest lo Iho other side of High Itlvcr where they will the winlcr. DIRECTORY OF RESOURCES CREEK (From The Ecuo) E meeting of Iho of the wn on Monday held In e Belgian tea room, Mrs. J. J. ott very ably pointed out why all amen should consider the present ectlon one of the most critical rlods of their lives and do every-1 Ottawa, Dec 5. The first compre- ins in Ihclr power to send with the nensivc and aulliorllatlve directory o[ ast possible delay assistance lo cur Canada's natural resources is to bo llanl mm overseas. .published delay by Ihe Com- fter Mrs. Scott's address a Women's mission ot Conservation.; Sir Cllt- nlon Association was formed, willi Siflon. chairman, gave Ihc fleers as follows- Ilrsl Intimation of Ihls at the annual President: Mrs. J. J. Scolt; vice- meeting ot Iho commission last week esldenl, Mrs. A. II. Lynch-Staunton; and the details respecting the mam- cretarv, Mrs. H. B. nerved. I uodcrlaking arc now made pub- Comm'lttces, Mrs. H. Hyde, Mrs. S.! The task was begun in 1910 as Hlnlon, Mrs. Coined, Mrs. J. F. fundamental'to'the work with iller. Jlrs. A. Do-senberry, Jlrs. psrlinment expressly charged ooper, Miss F. commission, viz., to consider alt questions relating to the conservation Word "lias been received lhat Pte.! heller utilization of tho natural umphrev Dlake, of the fort Garry resources of Canada and lo "make in- orse, has been wounded In action, venlorles, collect and disseminate sue i o is Ihe son ot S. S. Blake, of Llv- information." The Inventories will gstone, and a nephew of .Mrs. A. II. he arranged and published geographic- ynrh-Stanton, of town. allv. Princes having similar or idcn- Thomas Marcellus, ot. FIshl.urn, resources being grouped together, bo has been at the Osden Home, j One division, for Instance, w 1 cover algary, arrived home.on Maritime provinces, another the avlng received his discharge. Provinces, another Ontario, The securing of this Information The lotal amounl subscribed lo Ihe ictory Loan by Vulcan and Cham-, on Is and of this amount ulcan nnd district has and hampiou and district Y9S.500. Mr. was a colossal (ask. Some of It was obtained from unpublished govern- ment documents that had lain dorm- rteeves was the subscriber 'or years, some from the study ivested n second sum, amounting lo ot numerous reports many of 100 In order to bring the grand total "e now out of print while much of o the J200.000 mark. The Vulcan ter- Hitherto unavailable, was escorcrt lory included townships 16. 17 and !b? commission's field parlies, who S from tho Liltle Bow lo lie Snake underwent considerable hardship and alley and Ihe Champion district town- in llttle-known regions, an hips H, 15 and part of'16 from the Bmrnr. In one inslanco barely escap- Jttle Bow to the Snake Valley. Nomination dar for councillors for le rural municipality of Marquis was n December 3rd, 'and .the following x were nominated. As'the council ins with his life when his r'anoe up- set and wns carried down tho rapids while he was gauging 'a water power in Northwestern Canada. Tfie Information now lo be nabllsll- bo of Ihc uiroosl imporlanre onsisls of six members these genlle- men are therefore elocled by accll- Uio solution of mtw-the-war prob- mation: H. Dellz, Mllo; G. E. Mac- lcms. ln llic of natural mber, Qucenstown; 11. Drorlerick, resources and in ensurlnKJliB enac Jastwav; Donald Sinclair, Hearn- "ent of intelligent leeislatlon regard- clgh; James Schouldlce, Cluny and E. One year term: D. Sinclair, J. Shouldlce and G. E. Mac- mbcr, two-year term: If. Deltz, n. Broderlck anil J. E. Ehle. Sarah Filzpatrick passed away .t the home of her son Mr. John Fitz- riatrlcX Vulcan, Alberta, aflcr' an Ill- ness of four weeks, under- went a serious operation a year ago and all hough recovering so B3 to be about ID the home, has been lu failing eallh unlil four weeks ago. She suddenly took worse and gradually sank nnlll she fell Into a peaceful sleep from which she'never awoke. Phe lale Mrs. Fitzpalrlck was bora In reland and came across lo Canada irith her parents when a.child ot three years old and resided In New Armagh, Quebec, until after-her marriage to Ihe lalo Atcnison Fitzpatrlck after they resided fn Lower Ireland, Quebec, until twelve years ago they moved lo Vulcan, AlbcrlnV Mr. Myers, manager of the Xaiional Blevfttor, Ensign, met with a bad mo- tor accident on Friday. ;IIc was brought In to Dr. for at- tention but was afterwards sent to a Calgary hospital. P. Hums' cattle moved majcatlcaally through this country last week, a nice bunch of over TOO head. A number of I Ing them. Its publication will make anolhcr stngc In the valuable work the commission of conservation is carrying on. PRESENCE MIND You neglected to lilss me goodbye thla morning! no my dear; this is "sweet- less you know, and 1 was mere- ly being patriotic and conserving tho 97. ccts. darling old ChV cago Dally News. Ish soldiers at the front nre one pound of beef per day nnd four ounces ofi bacon, as compared with mn averaago of C3 pounds of beef and 33 pounds of porX per person a year In peace. Munlllon workers also require more meal Ihnn In peace limes. Women lolling In field or factory necessarily cat more thrm Ihey did when engaged In domestic purniilis. In 1914 Canada shipped 23.620.S61 pounds of bacon and of beef lo Bijou Motor Parlors THE. HOUtl OF StNVICI FIFTH 1TREET SOUTH LETrtMIDOt lo know that Britton weighed more uritaln, Franco anil Italy; Ihla year than 160 the'olher night. How do you I shc shipped pounds of he bronght forth his words of condern-1 imagine he la going lo get down to anj pounds of beef nation ot the conqueror or Freddy 13S? There's some fooling with the] to (ho lamo counlriea. I Welsh and Johnny Kllbane wllh con energy, Jim had a chip on both shoulders, lie talked lire he would flail al Ihe drop ot Ikn and was willing to drop Ihe hat himself. Won'en Technical Kncckout "That's eiidly what 1 retired Ihe "hoy IxmlH" of Gothftn. carda lomewherc." Not a Welterweight James laid himself open to an args- "Yes, he's chumpfon because ho jot champion climbed on the scales, do- knockout over tho old .spite Ihe firf Ihal he might have ex 0 nnd hogs nro not Increasing! In number In Cnnada. The greatly In- creased needs must, therefore, be met int right away whon ho spilled all a decrease In home consumption. Ihls lalX, and Tommy Walsh look up Kvcry family that foregoes IrTe iw of hid .cudgels In defense ot Leonard. I bacon and beef, Is rendering Walsh recently had Vie Moran In patriotic service and Is girtng real and BUhslnnllal aid to the men New Tort to meet Leonard tnd the champion, bul why doein'l he battle Charity M'hlle, or 'Vt'elllng or Johnny Dandee? DM yon ever heir Leonard or manager give any rca- aon for sot reeeOog one of Uiece three? I nerer did. "While has ncelleDt claim for a match with Leonard, hit you don't tft agrmlnf lo like match, do yon? Why hain't Joe Welling a, right to Iniut erclfcil Iho champion's prerogative and declined to weigh In. Walsh urs Lcun- artl weighed 134 1-2 In his ring clothes. "Johnson's assertion lhat Is a wellerwelehl Is too Walih Mid. "Leonard is a real light- weight, no question ahont that John- ston told me they must havo had Ihe Hiwlbred .on Moran weighed on the same scales and 1 his weight was right. Leonard npon a match with Iho champion? Awl i Is short and hu atocky le Dnndfte, who alnoul and Chest aid his him nl Iho front. Al tbn same tlmo limiting wheat, beef and bacon doos not mean lhat we arc going lo bo poorly fed. Sub- sUlullon doca not spell sUrvatlon. Them Is an abundance from which to choose. Tho cholco lies with the Individual. Which chill It be? Sorely Ihe soldiers shall never want while the exercise of sacrifice, economy and caro llci within reach ot any Cana- dian. thing that has aihrt of him, Is look a weHerwelght, tat I can for a Batch and (rierliig hlijait Mter'ekt Is least" "How conclderate of SPARED HEN "Miss Howies studied staging Prepare for Cold Weather Before it is Too Late We have jusl received a shipmehl of aulomotile radiator hood covers, Cbemkt D 35 McUufhb 51 Ford Maxwefl D 45 McLaubh Gray Dwt DO NOT CONFUTE THlfE WITH SOME OF THE CHEAP MAKE ARE BEING FOISTED ON THE MARKET. FOR THESE ARE OP KIGH GRADE MATERIAL AND WILL OlVt YOU tATHIFACTOFlV SERVICE, BAALIM MOTOR CO. OF THt erllVrMM-BT ACK UNKtN HARRT ;