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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHbRlDGK DAILY HERALD DECEMBER I i I BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manns MEREt JUbT SAW OTHER BW ILL Be RKMT The Snort e UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA BACK 10 CITY SHORTLY Aa Soon as He Gets Discharge From Tait Tonight Clonie Tait and AI Ross clash tonight in The Albertan Tait showed plenty of speed in his milling with several and he nits with the same oldlightning rapid ity and steps around the ring at a lively He shows remarkable Improvement over his showing when last seen in action here against Frankie of and de spite the handicap of which the champion will contend wkh in this the fans may rest assured that Tait will do his making up in speed and science what he lacks in on the other Is cutting down weight at a great and Is now in fine On Saturday after aomVhe impressed the fans in his workout at for he clouts hard and steps around Ross has always enjoyeed the reputation of being a good clean scrapper and his work in the ring has never been a dis He has met and de feated some of the best men in the class and will make an excellent match for Tait on Tuesday should not miss seeing this tor it may be the last time they will be seen here for some consider able Ross is now serving in the 78th and after being released from he intends to return to his home in Tait is going to the States before having made arrangements for bouts on the other for the early part of the OVERSEAS BALL AFTER DEIf SEY local boxing pro today offered a purse of for a 10round bout be tween Jack Dempaey and Mike Qlbbona returned to his home Paul last week after having served as a instruc tor at army Collins said he had received tentative acceptances from both It la how that Collins wants to stage the beut In but that Glu bons a date in 500 MILE MOTOR RACE ADVICE FREE We will advise yon re the care of radiator and do good work if repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South nonncement waa made here today that the sixth 500mile will be staged on the local motor speedway on May The pursa will be divided 10 The first prize will be business manager of the Is authority for the announcement The race will be first in Indianapolis since Following the events that the track was closed for the duration of the The last 500mile event here waa In The vary successful baseball season in the British participated in by scores of teams representing both the Canadian and American Overseas has concluded with the cham pionship honors going to the Canadian Engineers Training Centre team from Seaford Camp In the final contest the who were winners of the league embracing the various Cana dian camps and units in had pitttd against them the 14th Re gimental winners of similar ors in the American Forces in the After being closed for seven weeks on account of the influenza epidemic the University of Alberta reopened OH Friday December Pern bina which was rented to the as an emergency vacated on November and since then has been thorovafhly cleaned and and is now ready for occupancy by the returning The residences arc already filled to their utmost ca pacity and accommodation Is being sought for students in houses near the The terms so unfortunately will be resumed with greater vigor than and with a much Many students who have been undergoing training at Canadian especially in the Air and Medical hare been and will soon be ready to take up college work Some men from overseas who have been are returning to take up their Several students al who were engaged during the sum mer and autumn In teaching and In farm and who were unable to enter the university in find ing that because of the general Inter they will after ail be able to It may be assumed that the victory i make their ire enrolling The failure of the recent monsoon with the delay In the advance of the winter rains is causing anxiety as to the crop outlook in Con troller of Food Grain has already as sumed control in Central India and Hyderabad and test works have been started in Northern of the Canadians was popularly ceived by their compatriots who realized that it was no mean feat to force the Americans into second place at their own national That the distinction fell to the Seaford team was in itself considered rather remarkable for this nine had not been heard of outside its own where as two or three Canadian teams on other centres had frequently played in London to crowds of many thous i In the Epsom and Witley teams of Canadians participating in j the AngloAmerican league were able I to claim only 3rd or 4th while j the championship finals were fought out by the United States Army and But as these teams were op erating in a more or less independent i way it was logical that the actual title and championship silverware should be the reward of unit teams who had climbed the ladder in their various areas and emerged as the legitimate winners of organized leagues in both As for the Canadian end of the com the Seaford Engineers played off with Epsom and in a first class and will thus add to the number of Overtwenty returned men have already registered for the spe the whole or portions of this collec tlon on exhibition from time to when the public will be cordially In to This is perhaps tho most comprehensive collection In ex istence Of Indian material represent ing the province of Moat ot the articles could not be as the native industries have unfor tunately ceased to Ed wards has also loaned to the uni a large oil painting dating probably from the 16th century and representing the Venetian The subject is young chlW Moses in the arms of his mother justafter beingdrawn from the bult The University of Alberta has been offend an interesting and valuable collection of aeroplanes and aeroplane The training schools of the ill Canada are being demo bilized and the Air Ministry generously proposes to put the large amount of material gathered for training Cana dian pilots at the disposition of the universities of The accept ance by University of this offer will provide valuable equipment for the work of students sci ence as well as furnishing to the gen eral public an exhibit of highest intor ctt in connection with the activities of the A longfelt want has been tilled by the erection of a 40foot flag pole over the Arts A new flag has been purchased and Is now lying to celebrate the declaration of the armis tics over which all are The work of the Department of Ex which has been practically at is expected that before the end of the year the men taking this course will number betweeri 50 and In order to cope with the increase of work occasioned by these several additions have been made to the staff of the Faculty of Captain who was wounded in the famous engagement at Ypres and was a prisoner lu Germany for over two returning tbCanada last has been appointed assist ant professor in Animal Captain Latimer is a gradtate of On tario Agricultural The old machine shop hai been sheeted and equipped with an vils and all necessary and here the returned men learn black smithing under thfe direction of late of Two rooms in the Engineering Build ing have been furnished with benches sufficient to accommodate 24 students In Hiron will be In Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Avenue Lethbrldge LING COOK EASTERN HATS CTCAPS S5r DAD and AYs LAO ft structor in this Room 32 In baseball demonstration on the sudr lu has been fitted un den death earned the right Arts Bui ding has been ttedJW to be styled Radian chmplons la and i the American forces the spor program spparators for this purpO8e and J seasons of the Edmonton i declaretj the 14th team their I is in the hands of the American 1 and this after a seasons Regimental ffnal was played on the historic I and exclusive Queens club It was the second time that baseball 1 had ever appeared and prob 1 ably drew a more select and more i notable gallery as far as English peo plo are concerned than any game In For jart of the Dairy will give the The work in poultry will be carried on at the Provincial Poultry un der the tuition of while farm machinery instruction will be given in the Engineering by manager of the University Professors Dowell and Harcourt wjll as before conduct the classes in Field Husband Animal Husbandry and Horticul i c ft T J f M L I It J game was watched Bonar Law j turfl rGspectivciy For demonstration and Sir Frederick w ho j m thetwo lastnamed sub thcn proceeded to play tennis on he je t greenhouse is in course nliiK aiiiMininp trip IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at the Palace 2nd STOOD ART 4 RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS oj and another building is being fitted up that as much prac tical work as possible may be done in the winter months when out Queens club courts ail joining the in the former game with Epsom the Seaford hoys gave an admirable demonstration of baseball playing null1 Qut of the u and and there was no Mike d tlmt instructor in Veterinary whatever in their victory ovor the j s he appojnted in the American by the score of t to The Canadian LanceCorporal De was master of the situation en tirely as his fifteen strikeouts will in The game was accompanied by rooting of the noisiest and most humorous and for once in its the old Queens club green resounded I versify of Alberta has been called for with Canadian and American rooters j December At this meet rr if 111 onV VIAUT fTHirttO near Nelius who has just been discharged from the has accepted a position in the registrars A meeting of the Senate of the Uni NEW MANAGEMENT I have acquired other apart from that previously owned by In the bualneBB known as the Bijou Motor and am now giving the business my personal The has been changed to the Bijou n new repair whop has been alterations Vnado to the building and every facility provided for to ensure better Your business will bo given careful and complete satisfactory BIJOU MOTORS UMar Perwnal Management of satire and with the score justifying the Canadians for being de cidedly the aggressors and always the more boisterous in this The Seaford team was managed throughout tho season by i while athletic officer in Seuford cooperated continually with j The following are the names of the winning players with their positions in tho field and their former homes K2 lissex 208 8th Foggius Nova 510 5th Fl lies ing will he dismissed any new course thut may ho offered at the Edwards has loaned to the University of Alberta for exhibi tion purpose her unique and valu able collection of Indian curios and It is hoped to have 18 Roxton Oil Oap tuin llj Canadian Secretary of Canadian AtheHic It is of interest to add that the pro ceeds of the final game were in aid of the malmiiit and wounded of the Russian Womens Battalion of Death Lady wljia In charge or this was liuuifd the mm of uearly with the removal of ban from pub lie and tho urti of publi iili again In full Thirtyfive Hatfe beew seat out this as well as a large number of volumes from the Open Shelf ap plied for daringthe closed Now period of reconstruc tion is actually with it la incum bent upon every citizen to be acquaint ed with the problems that confront us and that call for solution not in the re mote future but in the immediate pre These problems have been oc cupying the minds of some of our best thinkers for some years past and the results of their thinking have been set down in book and pamphlet form for all who will to profit by Some of these books and pamf hlets are now on the shelves of the Extension Lib rary and are available on More are being A few titles are Industrial Reconstruction by Hunt ley The Foundations of NationalPros perity Studies in the Conservation of Permanent National by Richard and In a Day of Social by Labor andithe New Social Order A Report on Reconstruction by the Sub Committee of the British Labor Party OoPartnership versus Labor by Neville The Psychology of Social Recon by NO MUCH NEW I ALBERTA Y1CA EXTENDING New Phjrrieal Director Here To Take PMM Under Way The is making prepara tions to extend its physical work and work on a much larger and the first step In this direction was realised when the Dew physical Sergeant Bernard took up Ills Manbey reached tho city Saturday with his and is taking up resi dence here at The new physical director who has been at the front in Red Cross wdrk since early In the was formerly in Reglna and Saskatoon In and conies from these place a highly Ha tll Imme diately reorganize the physical work nt the and a number of new physi cal classes are which will greatly extend the scope of lUlu de partment of the FARM LOANS mil lion dollars of farm loan bonds of tho news bearing 4 per have been sold by the treasury slncn the farm loan board announc ed No farm loan bonds will bo spld publicly after the to order not to put them In competition with Liberty loan New legislation Is Jikely to be at a minimum In the forth coming meeting of the provincial Premier Stewart said today that the policy of the government would be that the fullest possible em phasis should be put upon the recon struction problemand the part that Alberta should take in its and to that end bills and measures of a generally miscellaneous character would be kept down to only those that were strictly necessary and The grants that the legislature would be asked to make would also be the premier as would form part of the and the entireactivities of the house would be directed as far as possible toward the question of rehabilitating the soldiers and remaking the coun try In view of afterthewar condit Telephone Construction It is riotp according to that anything inthe way of new railway construction will be undertaken during the coming No extensions are contem plated at the present and the frailway items on legislative doc ktet be as things look the other of the premiers oWn department there Is likely to arable and the house be asked for a substantial appropriation for telephone which lihas been held over for several This is now as essential and no longer to be avoided There will bej It is a number of amendments to existing acts bearing upon the municipal and educational affairs of the In the latter connection some action regarding increase of provincial grants for public school purposes is and the minister of the is preparing for the cussion on this point by gathering In J formation from other provinces and states while in the Mothers Pension Bill Another matter that will possibly be brought before the house will be a bill for mothers which has been held over since last Premier Stewart says that nothing definite in the way of shaping a leg islative programme has yet been but as soon as the now out of the retunl from their respective missions the government will get down to The legis lature will meet probably In the last week of ARROW COLLARS CUItTT PUtOOT I SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful during the cold CaD Our Service Department and we will send for your bat teryand store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phone OH VULCANIZING RETREADING We have a bargain to offer In 4 A FOR MONDAY RITCHIE 20B 13th Elllaon Mllla HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away o Victory Bond for the nearest der has been reestablished in Cologne as the result of the arrival of an ad1 vance guard of British There has been several days of the keenest1 anxiety in the caused by extenj give riots and pillaging on the part of i the mobs of the lower with attendant bloodshed when the turbul ent elements clashed with hastily or ganized guards of responsible citiz ens armed with rifles and machine The disorders began on Wednesday night on the withdrawal of the Get man troops from the They con tinued the next night in various quar ters on a large Much damage was done to property and a large quantity of gooda wen stolen from the New York police will have un avia tion section to be used in cage of con flagration or HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW ftylands are giving away a Fur Coijit worth Free for the nearest estimate and also three other valuable A coupon with every sali of or SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Daily Train Service Double Daily Tnin Service f ransCfnada to Toronto Corresponding Fares to Comfortable Travel on Other Eastern Points the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for 60 Extenclon will be granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 DISTRICT PASSENGER STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand Dollars We will sell at special discount up to December All tires seasons Must make room for spring whip All the standard makes and sizes including our special Diamond This la your Display at our show BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND IN OUH RID CROSS 1OX ;