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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IK six Tim LETHfcnitJGK DAILY HKHALD 1 tt BRINGING UP FATHER DECEMBEfl 1918 By Me Manns INNOT CUSTOMER TWO MONTHSAN THE DUE KV M ACDON A DlVlOENDfl la learned thnt tho proper for founding of dividend arrears on MncDonald conipnny preferred iharcR hnvo with a substantial measure of support Mint the plan la pretty well assured to go through The ruieccsfl of together with nssuranee of good times ahead for tho whom the company la expected to find reflection In tho com mon which havt been nuiPU for nomf MAMMAL TO PRESIDE President Marshall was naked by President Wilson In n wireless ago today to preside at tho usual Tnes dny cabinet meeting at the Whllo I The Sport Page BATTLE 4 ROUNDS IOEVEN Very Satisfactory in Great Condition and Had Shade Best of it Battling Ihrongh four of the hardest rounds witnessed in many Clonle Tait Canadian fought opinion that the lightweight champion had a shade the better of the It was a nodecision but when teen after the Cappy Smart declared that it was a well earned The boxers entered the ring at catch with Ross fully 25 pounds to the The middleweight champion showed remarkable aggres siveneet in the round and he hammered Tait hard with his put ting plenty of steam behind every Tait retaliated with sharp jabs to the but these blows had little Both scrappers were bleeding freely from the nose after the Second round and Ross played for the body after this while Tait resorted to the Tait useM splendid foot retreating before persistent rushes by his opponent and jabbing hack with his left while Ross smashed over with rights The Speculator and Western Lands The land speculator is unpopular governments on long term those Everyone that fho cash payment lie should and the provincial leg per islatures have now a royal chance while the Dominion Government provides the money to make the put him out of The new Dominion land settlement as scheme tho provincial gov announced by will ernmenU must provide the machinery enable them to do Considerable that Will put the scheme into has appeared in other hand could this country or afford to pay much more for wheat than t IB especially If the crop were one Very pro bably the solution Of this problem will be found through conferences with tho Allied Governments at which tlio Canadian Council Agriculture will have ihe middleweight title for the Domin ion ended with honors about even last light with Ross a favorite in the op mint round and Tait finishing Strong ifter a lively exchange of blows in the second and third spasms which roke about The Pantagea thea re was packed with an enthusiastic rowd of boxing fans and there was treat satisfaction expressed by for toe two boys went after it hammer ind Tait showed the results of better having trained hard for the and it was quite evident from he sagging actions of Ross in the ast episode that he was not in the op notch condition of his Considering the weight of the boxers ind the strong finish rounded out by many of the fans were of the and leits to the head and Ross lack of condition in the clos ing Tait kept his sprightly footwork and left Jabbing to the last Ross had more weight behind his punches af all times and the aval anche of blows which he showered on the lightweight scrapper in the first round Jarred Tait but the Edmonton boy was game and came back leading to the head andguarding goodly share of the punishment by clever Former Commander of Canad ians Displays Remarkable Knowledge of Baseball respecting has appeared in hut it Is doubtful whether the public has yet realized how if car ried It will affect the develop ment oT Western In the pralrlre provinces there are probably over acres of land held by That they have seriously retarded the development of the country is well nor has taxation loosened thoir grip very But they must now either cul tivate or sell their Is If is willing to Land must be made available for the returned apl S plenty OHara has re turned to his homo in this city to spend the winter after almost n year in the service of tho United States Fuel during which he and 30 other English and Canadian of ficers were loaned to the administra tion by the British Recruiting Mission i in the United OHaras duties with the commission were con fined very largely to lecturing on be very recently the Dominion war coaf mining distGovernment considered that it had riots of Northern and Southern lt9 duty to if it induced States in an effort to increase producthem to come to the country with the otherwise it cannot he This no argument is required to dem onstrate how beneficial the results will In this connection a few figures re lating to land settlement In the prai rie provinces will be of In these threo provinces the surveyed area ia divided as follows Manitoba Sas and Alberta The unsurveyed area Is acres of which prairie legislatures set up the machln are in Manitoba and in Sas ery the Dominion Government dler and new i of it in the settled the speculators must either wor1 this Mil at a reasonable price or It will become subject to expropriation The alienated lands amount to of which are In in Alber ta and acres are in Mani Of these lands the largest un occupied and uncultivated acreage is found m ADVICE FREE We will advise yon re the care of your radiator acd do good work It repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South BIG INOERMANY BRUINS GIVE UP HOPE Mitchell Fears That Star Pitcher Will Be Out of Cleve land the Chicago National League Club who army soon after the club paid Phila delphia for is with the American Army of Occupation now marching into This information was received by Manager Fred Mitchell and dis sipates hope that the manager had en he that the pitcher he tor duty next sea Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Lethbrldge COWLING COOK NEW Mitchell was denied the right to sit as representative the Chicago Cubs at the National League meeting William was seat ed as Chicagos The club owners ruled Mit chell out of their meeting on the ground that he was later to be manager as well as presi dent ofthe Chicago organiza Charles former head ofthe Chicago met his former but took no part in the It is a strange coincidence that OHaras former commanding officer in the 24th Bat Oat of these or a uttle more than have been granted as home Of this acres or a prospect of a But times Httle over onehalf lie within Sas have are how j Alberta comes next with much more difficult to There is while Manitoba fol still lots of land within easy reach I lows With Saskatche France Col John Gunn g S raihvaysbut U must be bouBhU thus Prominently the home Jonn n0M arrived in town the same day as the former members ofthe OHara was transferred to the 24th Battalion after a year in the Royal Flying and it was while serving with the infantry that he sustained the This new policy will enable settlers to buy it on easy for the Do minion Government will advance the necessary In the credit which hitherto in the west has been used his return to Canada and honorable discharge from the Canadian Expedi tionary OHara tells a story that was re called to him by Gunn When Sir Julian Byng was in com mand the he reviewed the 24th on the General much to the surprise of the To ronto evinced a keeninterest in baseball when he learned that OHara was a former To ronto and New York and im mediately opened up a fanning He said that he was converted to the game when he saw the Giants and White Sox in Egypt onthe occasion of their memorable worlds Byng displayed a surprising knowl edge of game and its history not only in England and France but in Canada and the United Hes a regular of the and will be ap plied to promote the work settle That the Dominion Govern ment is to place at the disposal ot the provincial governments the money by which lands held by aban doned may be acquired at a price to be agreed or fixed as a result expropriation proceed It is then proposed that these lands shall be sold by the provincial BIG YEAR AHEAD IN BASEBALL MARI Shipyards Players and Other Deserters Due for Some Shifting unusually busy ses sion in thebaseball trading market is the prospect as the major league clubs begin to lay plans for the next cham steading Since acres have been granted in preemptions of which acres lie within Saskatchewan and within The Hudsons Bay grants amount to divided as Saskatchewan acres Alber ta and Manitoba Irrigation sales total of which acres are in Alberta and in The Indian reserves represent acres divided a follows Mani Saskatchewan and Alberta The Forest reserve acreage is very Alberta has acres Saskatchewan Manitoba The parks are represented by 584 all in The school lands acreage is 600 in which the provinces share as follows Manitoba Saskatch and Alberta The lands granted to railways am ount to no less than divided as follows Manitoba 997 acres Saskatchewan Alberta The lands described as miscellan eous total of which are in in Saskatchewan and are in That the lands constitute a great heritage of wealth is to be seen from IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at the Palace 2nd STOODART A RAVEN AUTOMOTtVg ENGINEERS NEW MANAGEMENT I have acquired all other apart from that previously owned by in the business known as the Bijou Motor Parlors and am now giving tho business my personal The name has been changed to the Bijou a new repair shop has been alterations made to the building and every facility provided fpr to ensure better Your business will be careful and complete satisfactory attention Two aggregations of bankers again met on the Dominion alleys last night in a tenpin and this time the teain anchored by Millar got away with McLeans huskies in easy winning three Millar was high with 182 single and 490 The scorns Team 1 from the acreage already From preemptions sold have been received and there are None of this land lies in In Saskatchewan training nil past records fortrading will probably hf Most every club was forced to go out and getextra talent when regulars en Hickman Niven MacKay Blacklock MacLean Totals 101 147 12S 136 83 SO 1 17 275 313 418 R59 428 i ill 030 Team 2 Staines 8 70 Worthlngton I2 110 Dawsou 109 171 OConnor 180 305 1H1 100 123 170 107 1793 250 325 450 t BIJOU MOTORS Personal Management of Rsnkenbergsr 051 038 IS QUIET NOW ing to reports from Berlin filed Jn tho German capital at two oclock yeati1 day tlio demonstrations there Sunday were without untoward inci V HEYDLER HEADS NATIONAL LEAGUE XKW ileydler was elected secretary and treasurer of the at its annual meeting here The three officea are combined for the first time since lifted or wore called into tho and the result is that each major league combination has at least forty players under its Many of these will be disposed of before spring and if is a certainty that all will not go back to the Another condition that points to much trading the strained relation ship that developed between players and clubs in numerous instances dur ing the In the early days of the season when the shipyards agents wero making their big offers to players and tlio sport had not been designated us nonessential by tho Government there wore overnight 127 490 I Jumps by certain players who failed to notify their employers that they were about to Owner Comlskey of the Chi cago White Sox has boon quoted as saying that tho names of Joe Oscar FelKch and Claude Williams never again will grace Ma pay Al Manuiux of the Robins is another player wlio niovud out of professional baseball wiihoul leaving any smiles on the fuctM of his HiMsoll and Klmer Miller of the High landers ilrow no long cheers and good whihcH from Miller liuggins when they JMunagir AlctJraw lias said that Wul ter llolUe bus played his lust game wltii UK Homo managers may have cooled off considerably since their players departed without the usual At any rate if and several other ball received and there are The sum of has been re ceived from the sale of purchased all in Saskatchewan and being from the for mer The outstanding fig ures are j Tho money received from irrigation sales in Alberta is and in SOK j The School Lands endowment con sists of acres of which acres have been The ount received is the am ount outstanding Is Valued at only un acre the acres granted to railways rep resents a valuation The price ot wheat for 1919 la one of the big problems confronting the j Dominion The Amen can Government having guaranteed the price of at least the Question what is tho Canadian grain j grower to got If hlH price is fixed j by world competition possibly it may be 50 or 61 a bushel below that received by tho This would be a bad blow to the On the toasers are to be thrown into the rair ket was predicted some busy trading I days are HOW MANY YARDS OF BILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Ityluuda are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free for the nuaroBt estimate and uUo three other valuable A coupon with every sale of or GREEK DELEGATION mler Venizelos stortetl for Paris to accompanied by min ister of foreign According to the the delegation to the peace conference will be Athds minister to and minister to SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs tery care ful attention during the cold CaH Our Service Department and wo will for your hat tory nnd atom aamo during the winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street X Phone 816 PRICE OP HOGS CHANGES changes in average prices on hogs at various livestock centres have undertaken by the United States food administrations stabilization nnd con trol At a meeting of tho committee held today it was an nounced that the average price set at lor will here after be as against has recently prevailed VULCANIZING RETREADING have a bargain to offer In 4 FOR MONDAY 13th Ellison Mills HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay IB away n Victory Bond for the nearest SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Daily Train Service Corresponding Fares to Other Eastern Points Double Dally Train Service TransCardda to Toronto Comfortable Travel on the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for CO Extension 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 this ueauonH Mum mitko room for spring ship All thu utiiiKlimi mukes and hines including our special Diamond This in your Display ut our shuw BAALIM MOTOR BACK Of UNJON BANK HAVE YOUR OLD TIRE8 AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;