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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta six- TI1K DAILY 10, ItflK i "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G.- McManus The Sport Page j As Soon as He Gtls Discharge From Tait TOnigtit bout, (or It may be the last lime they be seen here lor some consider- able time. Ross Is now serving In the 7Slh battery, and alter being released from serrlce, he Intends to return lo bis home In Lslhbrliige. Tail l! pitas to before Christmas, baring made arrangements lor teuls os tic oiher side, 'or the early part ol the rear. -I Clonie Tall and Sergt- Al Hois clash lonigbl In Calgary, The Albertan Tail showed plenly of speed In his milling with several partners, and he Jilta with the same old.lightning rapid- ity and' steps around Ihe ring at a Hjely pace, tie shows remarkable Improvement over his showing when list, seen in action here against Frankie Tucker, ol Seattle, and tie- iplte.the.handicap of wcljht, which the champion'wtll'hrnve .to-contend irlth in this bouti the; tans may rest icsnrei that Tali will do his share, making np In speed and science -what he lacks in points. on Ihc, Is culling dbwn-.welgbt at a ereal rate, and Is BOW in tine chape. On Salnrdaj alter- locuthe impressed la his irortout al the Jlrehill, for he clouts steps'around" smartly! Hos; has always eoiojeed the reputation of being1" i good clean scrapper and his work in the rin; has never been a dls MINNEAPOlIS, Dec.'9. Colllni, local boxing pro- moter, today ottered a purse of for a 10-round bout be- .tween Jack DernpMy and Mike :Glbboni. GlbbOTlt returned to his. hp-raejn St. Paul lilt week.after having served zi a boring inilruc- tor at army cantonments. .Colllni said he had received tentative acceptances from both 'it It understood, how- itver.xthit wants to stage TWtnut In January, but that Gin- bcnc !n isoo MILE MOTOR ;R'ACE ..L INTDIANAPOLIS, Ind., ner, n'onncemeht made hert today tha OVERSEAS BALL _P! The very successful baseball season n the Britlsh'tEles! participated in by cores ol teams representing both the Canadian and .American Overseas Forces, has concluded with the cham- pionship honors going lo tie Canadian Jnginecrs Training Centre team from Seilord Camp'. In the finarcontcst thn Engineers, who were winners of the e-igue embracing Ihe various Cana- dian camps anJ units In England, had pitted against them the Ulh U. S. jlmcntal nine, winners of similcr hon' )rs In American Forces In the Isles. It may be assumed lhat the Tictory of Ihe Canadians was popularly celved by their compatriots Overseas, whV realized "'th'al it .was no mean fsal lo force the Americans Into second place at their own "national pastime. That the distinction fell lo the Seaford team ivas la rathor remarkable lor this nine had not besn heard of outside its. own area, where- as two or. threfi Canadian teams on other -centres had frequently played appointment. Ho has met. and de-1 the slilh 500-miIe race, will be staged in London to crowds e. locamoior'speedway on llaj-jands. In thous- feated some of the best in Ihe {on the wiii an'excellent match' for Tait on Tuesday night. Fans mlse seeing tils j_ tcnnnn l roams hartlcipatins divided 10 The fiRGriZ7wiiithe-AngTo-American iehiu'e_ w_erej- ADVICE FREE Te will adTlM yon re tie care of .your radiator ud do BO04 work If repairs are needed al a minimum coal. ANDY "The Radliter Han" 418 Fifth Street South be. J2C.OM- minager'ol the speedway. Is authority [or the "announcement today. The race will be first, In Sidlanajplls since 1916. "Following the events lhat year, the track was cloied tor the duration of Ihe war. The last event here.WM An to Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 10Z3 Old Roller Rink, car. 3rd SL i Avenue S. Lethbrldge W. H. OCJWLING 1-COOK J.11O 1II3L lllJ 1 i .11 Vln T A Mliyero', business to claim only 3rd or lib p.ace while he championship finals'were fought ut by the Untied Stales Army'and Cavy. .But as these teams were op- erating in.a more or less independent vay it was logical that the actual title and championship" silverware- should be the reward ol-unit teams who .had climbed the ladder In their various areas and emerged aa the legitimata winners of organized leagues in both lor Ihe Canadian end of Ihe com- petition, the Seatord Engineers played oft with Epsom and in a lirst class baseball demonstration on' the sud den death principle, earned the righl to be styled Canadian champions. In the American forces the sport program Is in 'the hands ol the American Y..M: C and this body, after a season's The failarp.of the recent monsoon with the 'delay in the advance ot the winter ralni Is causing anxiety as to the crop outlook In. India. The.Con- itroller of Food Grain has already as- launied control In Central India and Hyderabad and tesl works have bten glarted In Northern Bombay. o f UNIVERSITV OF ALBERTA 't Alter being closed fpr seven weeks on account of Ihe Influenza epidemic lie University of Alberta reopened on -'rluay morning, December Gth. Pem- 3tna Hall, which was rented lo the city, as an emergency hospital, vacated on November 27, and since then has been thoroughly dlsliireete'i.- cleaned and kalsumlueJ, and is now ready lor occupancy by Ihe returning The residences are already Illled lo their ulmost pacity and accommodation IB being sought for students In luusci near the University.' The Lcnn's work, so nnlortunatel> will be resumed with greater vigor than before, and with a much Increased enrollment. Man) students who have been undergoing training at Canadian bases, especially In the Air and Medical Forces, havi been released; and will ioon be ready lo lake up college work again. Some men from overseas also, who hay been discharged, are returning to tat up their studies. Several students a! so, were engaged during the sum- mer and autumn In teaching and In farm work, and who 'were unable lo enter the university-in October, find- Ing that because of-the" general Inter- ruption, they will alter all be able 16 make their ire 'enrolling now, and will tbns add to the number of students. Over men the spe- ricullure; It is expected thal-before the end of the year the -men taking this course v.-lil number betweeii 50 and 'GO. order, to cope witif the Increase of work occasioned'itf these'courses, several additions have been made lo Ihe staff of the Faculty of Agriculture. Captain Latimer, who was woumlcO in the-famous engagement at'Ypres jvfr two years, returning .'ast spring, has been appointed assist- ant piotcssor in Animal Husbandry. Captain is a grsdiale of On- ario Agricultural College, 'Gu'elph.: machine shop- .hna been he whole or portions of this collec- Ion Iron! time to.time, when the public will be cordially In- llert lo attend. This Is perhaps the- r.osi comprehensive collection In ex- slence it Indian material ng (he province of Alberla. Host ol the articles could not be replaced, as Ihe nillve Industries have unlor- unaloly ceased lo exist.-.Mrs. Ed- ward? hai also loaned to L the unl-1 versily a large oil painting dating j probabli- [rom the. 16th century rcpresenthm the Venetian school. The -subject is young child Hoseu'Jn the arms ot his mother lust'alter being, drawn from Uio bull- rnshMJ The-TJnlverslly ol Alberta has been offered an iBterestlng and valuablq cpllcctlon ot aeroplanes and aeroplane equipment. The training Bchools_ o' the R.A.P, 'Id Canada are being demo- bilized and Iho Air Ministry generously proposes to put the large amount ol material gathered for training Cana- dian pilots al the disposition of Ihe universities ol Canada. The accept- ance by the. University ot this offer will provide valuable equipment for the work ot students injapplle.1 scl 'ew Physical Director is To Take 'Under Way 'flic Y.M.C.A, Is prepsra- ions to extend Us'physical work anil oys' work ou a much, larger scale, nd Ilie first step lu Ihls dlrecllpn as realized Momlay, when the, novv- hyslca! director, Sorgeanl Uoraaril'. lanboy, took up Ills duties, lanuey reached tho city'Saturday with IMs wife, end Is taking up rcsl-' .once hero at once. Tlio now physical director who. has; beon al the front In Red Croai work since early In the war, was formerly 11 Heglna and Sasllatooi) In llmllar wprk, and comes (roin these places ilghly recommended, lit VIII Imnie- dlalcly reorganize the .'phjreloal worl> ,t ilia Y. anil a number ol new pby6l- j cal classes are planned; which will greatly extend the ccope' ol thjK de- partment ol the V. FARNJ LOANS' r WASHINGTON, Dec. mil-, lion dollars ol larm loan bonds ol tho news Issue, bearing 4 -l-l cent, have been soli! by (he treasury slncu Nov. 1, Ihe farm loan board announc- eil'lodey. No farm loan bonds will be spld publicly-.alter Iho In order not to' put them In competition wllh Jberty loan bonds. ell as luraluhtng to ihe gen EDVOJJTON. New legislation Is Jkely to be at a minimum In the forth- coming; incetlug ol Ihe provincial iguse.. Premlar Stewart said .today that the policy of the government be-that the, fullest possible era- phails sljould bo put "upon the recon structlori problem'.and the part that Alberta should r take In in solution, and to that end bills and measures of a generally miscellaneous. character would bo Kept-down to only Ihoee that were strictly necessary and urgent. The grants that- the legislature would be aslied to make would also ho such, the premier Bald, is would torn parl ol Ihe .reconslructlon'proETamnii; and Ihe, ot Iho house havo already registered for clal vocational, bourses-in a the R. A long-felt want has tieen filled by the erection ol a 40-foot pole over the Arts Building A new has been purchased and Is now flying to celebrate: Ihe declaration of the armis- tice over "which all are rejoicing.- The wort ot the Department of Ex- tension, which has been practically at standstill during, liie ii, If.e. ban from pub COLLARS V II. IM with the till durlni removal of the aiid 'ro-mahlng the coun- try In view" of condit- ions. Telephone -T-H is nbjp rdbable, Mr. anvthjns be if lie meetlr.g-i.yhd tho IIH> ol piibl'c' iih- faries, atilii in'lull v.vjng: :ThlrLy-live hlaile'btenl :put' tills well as a large number of volum'es from, the Open Shell, ap- plied.for nnrfngllhe ckreeu" peflbd.; -Now that'-.tho tion li ictually-with iricum- hem'upon "eveff citizia ta Sc acquaint- ed with the problems that conlrr-' 'jailway. cpnatriietibn7 will ibe undertaitep during''the coming year.. No liirlhV extensions 'are cont6m- pla'ted present lyinc, and; the (railwayjiiiems oii doc- howevej, there is-likely to erable asked lor n substantial appropriation [or telephone construction, been hejd oyer for is nowlregardeoi irf .no ahbp i'wllh cd with tbe prooiems inai. cuniruni u0. or'-delaveil andlhat call lor solution not in longer to he avoided .___ t... ,_ rrhara'will hp i-lt--'is- eiDficted, EASTERN HATS LAD play, the Uth learn Regimental -The linal was played on the historic and .esclnsive' Queen's club grounds. It was the second time that baseball had ever appeared prob- ably drew a.more selcol and more notable gallery as (ar as English peo- ple are concerned than any game In history. 'For example, vart ol Hie game was watched by-Mr. Bonar Law and Sir Frederick Smilh, K.C., wt.o then proceeded lo play tennis OH the club caurts adjoining the sheeted and equipped1 wlllr forges, an Tils and all necessary lools; aid here Ihe retiimedl men will' f learn- black- smithing under IhV a'frecilon ol Mr. Cuthell, lale of Glasgow. Scotland. Two rooms in the Englne.ering Build- ing have been furnished with benches sufficient to accommodate 21 students In carpentry. 11 r. Hjrcn will be In- slructor In this subject- Koom 32 In the ArLi Building has been, lilted up or practice in Dairy.Work. Several deal linns -have loaned chums and eparaiora for this purpose, and- >lr. Christenson, ot tho -Edmonton idly slajf, will give lis-iijaErucllon The work in poultry will be carried on at the Provincial Poultry Farm, un mote future but In the Immediate-pre- sent-, These.problems have been oc- cupying the minds of some ol bur best thinkers lor some years past and the results ol'their thinking have been net down In book and pamphlet form lor who will to profit by them. Some ol these hooka are .new on the' shelves ot the.Extension L1b-_ IF YOU ARE LOOKING for EcMomkal and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done al the PalaCe Garage, 2nd Ave. S. A RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS .There'will ...a numbervof "amendments acts hearing upon' the municipal and educational aljilrs ol Ihe province. In- the latter connection some action regardfag "lEcrease of provincial grinls far public school purposes Is anticlpaled.-'and- the minister of Iho preparing lor the djst SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists .Jour, battery needs .attention during the cold we'ither. Onr Smice V and Ve'-.wlll send for yoar. bat- tery? iind samo during the winter: at-.reasonable ni'tes at jiur 'up-to-date "BatterT. action. '311 7th-Streit der Ihe tuition ol Mr. J. Shackletoa while farm machinery Instruction wii be given In the Engineering Dolldlng by Mr. W. Thomson, manager Vnlverally FartD. Prplftssors .Cul. Dowell and Harconrf- wjll as .belore conduct ihe classes In: Field Husband- Animal Hnshandry and' Horticul- ture rospcc'jivoly. For, demonstration purposes In tho' two-lfisf-named sub- jects, a large green-house Is In course ol cunslruction, ana'another building 13 being fitted up lhat as much prac- on me snenca rarv and are available on application. I cusslon on (his point hy gathering In- alj niju nlhar and More are being added- A few titles are: Industrial Reconstruction by. Hunt- ley Carter; -The Foundations of National. Pros- Studies in the Conservation ol Permanent National Resources, by Richard T. Eby, and others. In a Day ol Social RebulIdtaB, by H 3 Coffin. Labor andithe New ?ocial Order: A Report on Reconstruction by the Sub- ConimlUee of the British Labor Parly i i_ fio-Parlnership versus Labor L'nresr, it the by Neville PriEslley, utler 'The Psychology ol Social Rtfcon- formation (rom ol her provinces and states w'hlle In .Die east.. Pension Bill "Another-mailer-lhat will possibly _e broughl.before will be a bill for mothers' pensions, which ias been held over "since lust eyar. Premier Stewart says that nothing definite'In lha way of shaping a leg islatlve programme haa yet been done, but as.soon as the ministers now out-'ol the city, relunl from their respectivo missions [he will get "down to'builness. The legis lature will meet probably In the las weefc ol January. stru'clloh, by Prof. 0. T. W. Particlt, Queeifs As in Ihe lonner game with Epsom possible may be (lone the Seaford boys save an admirable in.Ihe winter months when out- It U demonstialion of baseball playing abll- and ta'.tics, and there was r.o r.iikc whatever In their victory ovor the Americans by the score of 8 to 2. The Canadian twlrler, Lance-Corporal De- vine, was master o! the situation en- tirely as his fifteen Flrlke-outs.wlll in dicate. The game was accompanied NEW MANAGEMENT .1 hare acquired .ill alher Interest, apart from that previously owned by myaell, in tbe'.bnjlneaa known as the Bijou Motor Parlorfl, Ltd, ud am low giving the business my personal attention. The rum; has been changed to the Motors, a new repair 3hop hji3 been Installed, alteralloni Snade to the building and ever? facility provided lor ensure better jerrlce. Your business will be -.given careful and complete satisfactory attention. BIJOU MOTORS Pmnil of Owntr. H, E. Renkenberger. by rooting ol the noisiest and most humorous and for once in its lile the old Queen's club resounded with Canadian and American rooters' blarney, satire and wit, ivllh the score Justifying the Canadians lor being de- cidedly the aggressors snd always the more boisterous .In this respect. The Scaford team was managed throughout the season by Lleot. C. n. Lleul. J. Pattersoh, Y.M.C.A. alhlftlc ofllccr In Scatord continually with him. The following arc Ihe names of the winning players-wllh their poalllons In Ihe Hold aad their former homes: Spr. H. O. Ranklu, 82 Essex St., Swampscott. Mass. K-Cpl. W: Clover, 208 Sth St.. Calgary. Alia. L.-t'pl. .1. Devinc. Koggins Mines, Nova Scotia. Lieut. O. C. Proctor, Sarnla. Onl. Cpl. R.'F. C. Gardner, 510 .1th Street, Abllr-no. Kansai. Sergl- J. .X. Hiley, Vancouver, door work is out of the Question. hoped that an Instructor In Veterinary Science will also ho appointed In the near future. Mr. Xelius rtonnlng, D.A., '18, who has Just been discharged from tho R. A.F., has accepted a position. In the registrar's office. A meeting of the Senate of the Uni- versity ol Alberla has been called lor Friday, December 13th. Al'thle meet Ing .will be discussed any new course lhat may bo offered at the University Mrs. O. C. Edwards has loaned to ISc University of Alberta ,for eihlbi lioii purposes her unique and valu able collection ol Indian curios am craftsmanship. H Is hoped lo hive C. Godfrey, Chatham In. C. i Spr. lOnl. M. Doilson, St. Thomas, V. Spr. O. F. UcUoutall, 1 ton. Man, Spr. J. Willy, IS Roiton Toronto. Onl. fipr. J. E. Duncan, Ottawa, Onl Spr. W. B. Watson, (ID, OII Springs Onl. Ueut. C. C. Stewart, Cap- tain (Ib) St. Thomas, Onl. Llout. C. Iluyck, (Manager! Ont. Lieut. J. W. Palteraon. Canadian M.C.A. Scaford. Sccrclary.of Canadian Alhcilic Association, Seaford. H Is ol Inlere.'.t In add thai the pro- ceeds r.l the tinal game were In aid of the maimed and wounded of the Russian Women's naltallon of Death Fund, l-ady Pagel. who Is In chars'! of this fund, wu haoiid the iura al nearly JiOO.OO. VULCANIZING RETREADING We'hive a birnln ta'offer In 4 K. AS. Tlrn. FOB MONDAY "-i'i f R.D-RITCHIE 238 13th St. Opp-'EHHon Mill! HOW MANY BEANS INTHEJAB? -'Th? Hudson's Bay Co. Is eiTlnf! away a J100.00 TIclorr-Bond for the nearest-estimate., COLOGNE, Saturday, Dec. ler has been re-established In Cologne 13 the result ol the arrival ot an ad-1 ranee guard ol British troops. There has been several days ol the keenest anxiety In Ihe city, caused by, cxtcn-] Bivn riots and pillaging on the part ol he. mobs ol Iho lower classes, with attendant bloodshed when the lurhul; ent elements clashed with hastily or; ganlied guards ol responsible cltli- ens armed with rifles and machine guns. The disorders began on Wednesday night on the withdrawal ol the GeV- man troops from the city. They con- UnueJ tho nezl night In various quar- ters on a large scale- Much damage was done to property (nd a large nuanllly ol goods stolen (ram the stores. New York police will have an avia- tion section to be used In caso ol con- flagration or riot. HOW MANY OF S1LKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? rlylands t, Co. are giving avay a Fur Colt worth 5150.00 Free for the nearest estimate and also three other valuable A ccupom with every of ll.CKl or otfr. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME IN i Corresponding Fa I'M to Other Eastern Point! Safe, Comfortable Travel on the World's Greateit Highway Compartment Obterv.itlon Standard Tourist Excellent Dining Car Service. _ Ticketi cold during December are good lor 60 dayt. Extenrian will he granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen dayi. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J CORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J..E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AQENT, CALGARY. STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven TUiuand Doflvi Worth. We wifl tcfl at tpectal dbcoont np U December 31st, next. All thin season's slocVL Must make room for spring mcnl. All the standard makes and sizes Including our special Diamond Squeegee. This your opportunely. Display nt our shovr room. f BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK. LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND f OUH RED CROSS BOX ;