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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' ^-v* * THE LETHfemOGE DAILY^ v, / ., -^V^ ' i:.!^., . - ' TUESDAy�?PEC;EMBtefi>T.0i'19i8 TO CITY SHORTLY As Soon as He Gets Discharge � Army-Meets Tait Tonisrht bout, {or it mar be the last time they will he seen here for some considerable time. Ross is now serving in the 78th battery, and after being released from aenrice, he intends to rptum to his home in Lethbridge. Tait !� going to the St�^s before Christmas, having made arrangements for boiits on the other side, for the early part of the yean S ANDY "The Radiator Man" 418 Fifth Street South AFTER OEtSEY MINNEXpO'LIS, Minn., Dec'9. -Mike Collins, local boxing promoter, today ofljered a purse of 9tS,000 for a lO^round bout between Jack Dempeey and Mike -Gibbons.. Qibbena returned to his  hpn:i�!t,ln Sfc Paul last week .^fter having serve(j^ as a bb^rfg instrucr tor at army cantonments. Xollins said he had received tentatiye �feepptances from both fighters. It is understood, lidw-jever,�that Collins wants to stage ^e bout In January, but that Gio-bons,prefer> a Jate In February. *S00 MitE ilOTOR F^Cg^! INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec, 9.-An-nonncement was made here today that the sixth 500-mile race, will he staged on the local motor speedway on May 30, 1919. The purag wiU be ?50,000, divided 10 ways. The first prize will be J20,000. T. A. Meyers, business m.dnager of the speedway, is authority for the announcement today. The race will be first In Indianaaolis since 1916.' Following the events that year, the track was closed for the duration of the ivar. The last 500-mile event here was ia 1916; The failqr$t of the recent monsoon with tli�.delay In the advance of the winter rains Is causing anxiety as to the crop ouUook in., India. The, Controller of Food, Grain has already assumed control In Central India and Hyderabad and test works have been started In Iforthem Bombay. Aato Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage ' PHONE 1023 -Old Roller Rink, cor, 3rd St. A ij^h Avenue 8., Lethbridge i W. H. OOWLING W. 8. COOK HATS: ?.;^'^td;,v�nd^ai^'now giving the businesi] my personal attention. 1 The nama has been dianged to,the Bijou Motors, a new repair 'i'lshop has heen Jnfltalled, alterations Vnade to the building and every l!t4^iUtjr;provIded lor to ^ensure hotter service. Your business will be ' ;!j|lven careful and complete satisfactory attention. y^IJQU MOTORS "� 'fr.^P*r90t\*hMa�ff9Vn*nt olf Owner, h. e. Renkenberge^r. the American forces the sport program Is in 'the hands of the Anierican Y.M: C.A. and this body, after ai season's; play, declare^ the 14th Regimental team their-Winners. � fl'he ffnal was played on the historic and -exclusive' Queen's club grounds. It was the second time that basehall had ever appeared there,  and probably drew a 1 more select and more notable gallery as far as'English people are cMcerned than any game in history. 'For example, part of -the game was watched by-Mr.'Bonar Law ' snd Sir Frederick Smith, K.C., v/bo then proceeded to play tennis oii Ihe Queen's' club courts iadjoining the �field. - . As in the former game with Epsom the Seaford boys gave an adriiira1>lo demonstration of baseball playing ability and tactics, and there was no fluke whatever in tiielr victory ovor the Americans by the score of 6 tp 2. The Canadian twlrler, Lance-Corporal De-vine, was master of the situatlifti entirely as his- fifteen titrike-outs,will in-dica;te. The game liyas accompanied by rooting of the noisiest and most humorous sort," and for. once in its life the old Queen's club g/een resounded with CMiaflian and American footers' blarney, satire and wit, withthe score Justifying the Canadians for bislng de-clde^y the-aggressors and always the more jjoisterous .In. this respect. The; Seaford team was managed throughout the season by. Lieut. C. B-Huyck,.while Lieut. J. W. Patterson, Y..m:.C.A. athletic officer In Seaford camp,""co operated continually with him. � The following are the names of the winning players with their positions in the Held and their former homes: Spr. H. O. Ra.nkln,,(p), 82 Essex St., Swampscott, Mass. L.-Cpl. W;'Hi^ Glover, (p), 208 8th St., Calgary. Alta. � ' ,. . L.-Cpl. W. J. Deriire, (p), Foggins Mines, Nova Scotia.  Lieut; G. C. Proctbr, (rt), Sarnia, Out. , . Cpl. R. -F. C. Gardner, (If.), 510 -W. 5th Street, Abilene; Kansas. Sergt. J. N. Riley; (3b.), Vancouver, 'C.U '. ., ',.-:. :,. Spr, M, Dodson, (a.), St.' Thomas, Out. Spr. W." f;'iacDougall, (c.). Res-ton, llaa, y the whole or portions of this collec-,tion on'exhibition from time to, time, [.when the public will be cordially invited to attend. This Is perhaps the most 'jowprchensive collection in existence (Jt Indian material representing the province of Alberta. Most of the articles could not be replaced, as the native industries have unfortunately ceased to exist. Mrs. Edwards has also loaned to . the university a large oil painting dating probably from the 16th century and representing the Venetian school. The-subject is Biblical-the young child Moses in the arms of his mother just 'after being, drawn from the  bull-roBhes: 4 -.v:-,� TheTJnlversity of Alberta has been qtfeired an interesting and valuable) cblldetiQik of aeroplanes and aeroplane eaaipment. Tl^e training schools of the R-AJ, ill Canada are being demobilized and the Air Ministry generously proposes to put the large amount of material gathered for training Canadian pilots at the disposition of the universUies of Canada. The accepts ance by the University of this offer will^provide valuable equipment for the work of students In,applied science as'we^ as furnishing to tne gen-: eral publie an exhibit of highest interest .in connection with the activities of the R. A.P. : A long-felt want has been tilled by the erection of a 40-foot flag pole over the Arts Building A new flag has been purchased and is now flying to celebrate;the declaration of the ari&is' ties :oveiri'which all are rejoicing. The work 6f the Department'of Extension, which has been practically at a standstill daring, tlie epiomeic, la, with the removal ofit'ce ban from pub lie meetiifg.s. nod th^ nito pf pubrcf iibs faries. afeiiri inlfull r.vjng; TJiirLy-tive travjiHlnicvMbfaJ-Jee Mai^-bjse^^e^t' out^ this week^ sis well as a large number of volumes^ from, the Oped Shelf; applied fo'r during I the closed' period.;: ha8is 8iiottld.be: pot upon the-recon^' structlon problem': and the part that Alberta should/, take in its solution, and to that end bills ahd measures of a generally miscellaniaou* : character would bo keptrdown to only those that were strictly,necessary and 'urgent. 3rtie grants that.....the legislature would be asked to ma'ke would also be such, the premier said, as would form part of' the.reconstructian'programme, and thee^tirevacUvltles of the.house -would be directed , as'far as possible toward Uffi-qnestlon of rehabilitating the Boldlfrs'bnd i^maklng the country In view; of after-tbe-war conditions.' , ^-a!-'. :� , � ^ Telephone CpnttnictiMi-^'f,,'' -..It is notprobal>le, ^according5>to,,Mrj Stewart;^"that an^th^g jlri-ifl^eC'^^y of : new tallway; ,coi>atriiotioti' wJH ijbe undertal�|p daring the co)i>ing y^aC: No furfcpr exienislijbs, ^are cont^nii plated ap^the, pcesen^.^tl'me, and; the frailway ^lems on tjie legialatlye doc-kfct wilf.lther.efore,^.be .neglble,- as ihings Idb^ nbw.-^ln-itbe- olher branch. � ot the /-premier's'ui'oVn'vdeparfihltn^B howevefj there lav Ukely to, bQ(iCpnsld!.''B erable 4?tlvityil5andv,the.hot^9^ %iH-be'. � asked fpr a subsian'tlal approprii^itipn for telephone construction, which'^as been h^ld over fbrseyeral years^This is now^.'regardiv'l as .essential and no longer-to be'avoided; orVdelayed. .There'will bej it'Is exj�fecteil,.,,>.j numbef: of amendments io"^''"eitisting acts bearing upon'the municipal and aduca'Upnal affairs of the province. In- the latter .connection some action regarding increase of provincial grants fnr public school purposes is anticipated, - and' the minister of the ddpartnientv is preparing for the 'disk: cussionron this point by gathering in-' formation from other provinces and states while In the east. , Mothers' Pension Bill Another*matter-that will possibly be brought.before the,house will be a bill for mothers' pensions, which l;a8 been held' over-since last eyar. Premier Stewart says that nothing definite!in the way of shaping a legislative ,programme : has yet been done, btit, as.sobh as the naihistersi now out-'ot theclty, return from their respective missions the government will get'down'to'h'usinpss. The legislature wJUnieet,probably in the' last week of J,anuary.: COLLARS CUICTT PMBOBT > Cfc^el Cssets. llmm 77" nORACt' ATTCRV SERVICE STATION Atteetion, Motorists; vYour battery needs' yery care-, ^'ful;,4ittention during the cold weiitther.. � er -J'^all Our Service f i Department and''we-will send for your bat-teryi and store same during the V'inter at - reasonable . rates at iou'r ' up;to>dttte- battery - Station. '811 7th Street 8: Fhone 618 struction, by Prof. G. T. W. Partlck, (pamphlet). Spr. X C. Godfrey, (cf.), Chathom, N. B. ' � . � Spr. J. Willy, (2b.), 18 RoxtOn Road, Toronto, Ont. , tepr. J. E. Duncan, (as.), Ottawa, Ont. Spr. W. B. WataoE, (if.), Oil Springs, Ont.  : Lieut. C. C. ("Dad") Stewart, Cap-; tain (lb) St, Tliomos, Ont. " � , Lieut. C. B. Iliiyck, -(Manager),' Tweed, Ont. . - ; Lieut. J. W. Patterson, Canadian "^v M.C.A. Seaford, Secretary, of Canadian Atheltic Association, Seaford. � It is of interest to add that the proceeds of the final game were in aid of the maimed and tvounded Of the Russian Women's Battfilion of Death Fund, Lady Paget, wjib^j's' In charge of this fund, was ha?ilMa,'ihe aumof nearly J500.00. ' ' VULCANIZING We'have: a bargain to "Iffer In 4 32x31/2 K. A 9. TIrea. FOR MONDAY "f L f R.D. RITCHIE 20^ VMh St. 8. 0pp. Eliiaon Mills HOW MANY BEANSIN THE JAR? The Hudsonrs Bay Co; Is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the'nearest-estimate.^ ' � COLOGNE, Saturday, Dec. 7.-Order has been re-established in Cologne as the result of the arrival of an advance guard of British troops. There has been several days of the keenest anxiety in the city, caused by, extensive riots and pillaging on the part of the mobs of the lower classes, with attendant bloodshed when the turbul-. ent elements clashed with hastily op; ^anized guards of responsible citizens armed with rifles and machine guns. J � . The disorders began on Wednesday night on the withdrawal of the G^-man troops from the. city. They continued the next night in various quarters oii a large scale. ' Much damage was done to property and a ^ar^e quantity of goods was stolen from the stores. New York police will-have am aviation section to be used in case of conflagration or riot. ' HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Fur Coftt worth $150.00 Free for the nearest estimate and also throe other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sals of $1.00 or over.- SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME .E--, ^ IN i-�-:-1 Eastern Canada Limited Imperial to Montreal $118.45 Trans-Ciinada- to Torbhto $103.20 Double ^^^> Double Daily I^BSk Dally Train .BSD T'^^l" _ Service ^j^jj^my Service Correspondino Fai-es to '�.'^HF Safe, Comforta^de Travel on 5?her*Km Points ^ the World's Greatest Highway Cohipiirtment Observation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Excellent Dining Car Service, V Tickets sold during December are good for 60 days. Extenelen yvtll btf grahted by a payment of $6.00 for each extra fifteen days. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: ' J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J.iE. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PA8.SENGER AGENT, CALGARY. STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Tkoutand Dollars Worth. We will sell at � special discount up to ^December: Slst, next. All tires tjiis season's stock. Muist' make ;room for sprjiig phip-ment; All the : standard makes and ' sizes Including ouV special Diamond Sqiieegee. This is your opportunity. Dfsplay at our show roonj.i' " f '� ' - . - � BAALIM liiOTOR Co. \;. I BACK OFlUNIOflJI.'BAN'k.L'  LEAyfydURpLO TIRES ANO'TUft^^lH OUR RED CROSS BOX y 04723475 8622?6 ;