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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sBy Gr McManus x "BRINGING UP FATHER" VHO Wb COMlrfHElCOKVLIKE fl UONE-i IN- NOT A CUSTOMER ITS IMONTKVW (XJ DECPJBEK U; A, MACDONALDCO. DIVIDENDS JIONTHBAly, Oeo. la learned, that tbo proiwaal lor tlio', founding of dividend arrears on A. MacPonald coulpnny preferred shares li.avo. met. with a measure of support !s pretty well assured to go through'. The success of this, together with assurance of gooii times nliead tor ttio, west, wliero tlie company operates, In expected lo flrnl reflection In tlio mm- I ninn shares, which have ti-cn (or sorug tinip. MARSHAL TO PRESIDE WASHINGTON, Dec. I'rcaldcnt Marshall was asked by Wilson In a wlroloas mess-. age today lo preside at tho usual Tucs- Jay cabinet meetlns at the Whlto j The Sport Pa Satisfacloo' in Great Condition and Had Shade the. Best of it CALOART, Dec. Battling Ihronsh four of the- hardest fought witnessed, .in; many, .years. plnion that the lightweight champion bid a shade the better of the decision. U was a ncHietislon bout, but when seen alter the scrap, referee. Cappy Smart declared that it was a well- earned draw. The boiers entered, the ring al eaten weights, with Ross- fully 25 pounds to the good. The middle-weight champion showed remarkable nggres- in lhe first, round and iOUQd! .CloaU _..., _ :batripion and Al Ross, claimant -of- middleweight titleJor the Do.mta- 'too ended with'honors about eten last light with Rosa favorite In tha.'pp- round aid .Tail finishing strotiE he hammered Talt hard with his left.'put- Hng 'plenty of steam behind every puoch. .Talt retaliated with sharp jabs to the face, but these blows had little effect. Both scrappers were bleeding freely from the nose after the second round and Ross played for the body after this spassi, while Tait resortcii to the face. Talt ustM splendid foot work, retreating before persistent rushes by his opponent and jabbing back with his left continually, wh41e Ross Smashed over with hard, rights Talt, Caladlair lightweight' and.'lefts 'to the head and body: Rdss showed lack of condition in ing round, Tait kept his sprightly 'footwork.' and 'left'.the .ISst had more weight behind his punches'af all tlmcs-arid.the aval- ifte'r.a lively eichanja of blows in anche of'Wows which he" showered -on lhe second spasms which I lightweight scrapper ln-.the: first Former-Commander of Canatl ians Displays Remarkable Knowledge of Baseball LL .W.-A. O'Hara has re- turned, to his home in this city to spend the winter after almost a year in the service of tho United States The; Speculator and Western Lands Ttio land speculator Is on long term payments these days.' Everyone declares that cash payment being equal to 20 ao should go, and the provincial leg- per cent 'slatures have- now a royal ehanco to. tlio. Dominion Government put him out of business. The new j provides (he money 'to make the Dominion land, settlement policy, as, scheme- possible, the provincial gov- by Hon. J. A. Calder, will' eraments must provide the machinery enable to do so. Considerable that Will put the scheme into effect, respecting it has appeared In print, otherwise it cannot be worked. This but It is doubtful whether the public done, no argument Is required to ilem- has yet realized how vitally, If .car- ried will affect the develop- ment oi Western Cinad.l- -In tho prairiro provinces them pnstrate lion- beneficial the results will be. In this connection a, few figures re- lating to land settlement In the prat- probably over acres ot land Vie provinces will be of Interest. In held by speculators. Tlmt they luye these three provinces the surveyed seriously retarded tlio development area Is .acres, divided as of the country is well known, nor lias, Manitoba Saa- taxation loosened their grip very j fcatchewa'n. and Alberta much. But they must now either The uusurveyod area 13 tlvate or sell their Is If tho'i acres ot which prairie legislatures set up in Manitoba in Sas- cry which, the Dominion Government: katchewan. i is willing to finance. Land must be for the returned ppl1 olher baud 'cpuld llils country of afford to pay much more1 for wheat Is worth, especially Ht Iho crop' werp a.hcavy one? Very pro- bably. tills problem will bo found through conferencoa with Iho Allied (IpVernments at whic-h Iho Canadian Council .of Agrlculliirc will have representation. CREEK DELEGATION .ATHENS; pec. mlcr A'enlzelos stsrted for Paris to- day, accompanied; by ii. Politls, Ister of .foreign affairs.1 Accoriling to (lie Grefe clelesatloa to'tlie peacO will M. M. Politis, AthOs nomanos, minister to France, and M: minlster lo'Parls. Fuel Administration, during which he anj new s'eMm ThBre and 30 other_English and of ,t jn the fKWei MsMti3i aii the speculators must either ir'oke about even; ,ThB Pantages thea- xe was pacied Wiih' an enthuslaatic irowd of boring fans and.there was irsat satisfaction eipressed by lie two boys went alter' it nammer .ind' tongs. Tail showed the results xindltlon, having trained hard for.tie: tattle, and it was n.ulte'om- ite sagging actions of Ross in the >st episode that tie was not op notch condition of his opponent. Considering tie weight boieri .mil the strong finish rounded put by of tie fans were of- the rprind Jarred, Talt cpns iderably, but the EdmontbiTbdy was game and. came to the head and-'guardtng i-gbodly-share of the punls_hmeut by ficers were loaned to tbe administra- tion by the'Britlsh iiecriiiting Mission in'.theTJniled'States..: U. O'Hara's duties with the commission were con- largely to leelurlnK.on the :wa> coaf mining dist- ,rlcti of the, Northern ind.. Southern in an effort to increase ''tion. o Strange that Gen. ADVICEFREE wili adVise yon re the cara ot your radiator ar.d do work It repairs ire nfeded atra" in inlmtun cost. ANDY "The Radiator Man" 418 Fifth Street Seuth deter tactics.; 'BIG-ALEX." OP .HOPE Mitchell FearvThit Star'Pitchtr-WilJ Out of Came. CHICAGO. Dec. ll.--Grover Cleve- land 'Aloissfer, i'the Chicago National League Club pitcher, who entered.the at a reasonable price or It will become subject to expropriation proceedings. Until very recently the Dominion Government considered that it h'ftd -done its duty to settlers. If It induced them to come1 to the country wfth'lhe prospect of a homestead. But times have changed, are now icult to get.' 'There' is more difficult to g _, ____ Ingle's successor, O'Hara's former stin 0[ within easy reach SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needa very care- ful atlonllou during .the cold weather. Call Our Service Department anil vve will Bend for your bat- tery and etoro same during the winter at rcasonalilo rale? (it our up'to-date BatUry Stallop. 311 7th Street S. Pho'na 616 PRICE OF-HOGS CHANGES CHICAGO, .Dec. Extensive changes in average-prices on hogs at VULCANIZING RETREADING Wt have a' bargain to offer In 4. ;K. S. S..TIres.' FOR MONDAY.', R..'p. RITCHIE ,2M 13th St. 3. Opp. Ellison Mills ThVailenalec) lands amount to centres have liecn. flcres, are j undertaken by the United Slates food i Saskatchewan, in Alber- admiiijstratloii's .stnhillzalion and con. 1S7.010 la and acres are In Mani- toba. 01 occupied found Tn Saskatchewan. Out of .Ihese acres Of these lahds tho largest un- !il and uncultivated acreage is acres, or a fi: ittle more than trol At.a meeting of tho committee held ".today It was an- nounced' that the average price set at 'ittsburg', lor 'example, will here- fter bo ag against HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR! The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a Victory Bond for tho nearest estimate. one-third, have been home- steads. Ot thia acres or a little over one-half lie- within Sas- katchewan. Alberia cpmes neit with 13 IOC 000 acres, wliile'Manitoba fol- lows With acres, Saskatcne- In short, the credit oP'Qariada; which Flying It was while serving hitherto in the west lias been used .with that he sustained the muci] io advance the interests resulted in Ills return. tcVpanada and honorable discnaree-'froni lhe: Canadian Eipedi- V-V -u .M LE.'0'Hara story that was re- caliea (0 .j Cillieu lu mm u) uuuu i SIr Mian Bvng iva.s >hti J50.000 for him, Is with the he erlcjnUnny.'qf Occupation now- aA' American. Army .'fll marching Into Germany. This Information wia received by Manner Fred' Mitch ell. tpdarj and dia- sipites hope the manager had en- tertained, he said, that-'the for duty neit sea- MtTCHELt COULDN'T SIT. Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE, .ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. i. 4th Avenue S., Lcthfarldge W. H. DOWLINC W. S. COOK NEW YORK, Fred Mitchell was denied the right to sit as representative .0! the Chicago Cubs -at the National meeting today- Verik, vice-presid ed as Chicago's The club owne chell out of their meeting on the ground that he later to be manager as well as presi- dent of'the Chicago organlza--. tlon. Chufies Weeghmann, lonnei head of the Chicago club, met his former colleagues, but took g oay- an sident, was s Jelegat'e. x ners ruled Mil- no' part In the proceedings. IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Hoaait Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at the Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. fiTODDART 4 RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS ol Cunn yesterday. In com- reviewed IB 24lh Batt. on.Uie Somme. General _yng, much to the surprise ot the To- onto officer, evinced a keen'Interest -baseball when he learned .that 'Kara' was a former To- outo and N'ew York teams, and im mediately opened up a "fanning bee." e said that'he was. converted to the ame when he saw the Giants and Vhite Soi Egypt occasion f their memorable world's tour. Gen. yng displayed a surprising fcnbwl- dge of.tnBf'gnme and Its history not nly in England and Prance but in anaSa and the United States. ,-Ifc's regular Globe. oi the C.N.H: and G.T.P. will be ap- plied to promote the work settle-, That is, the Dominion Govern- ment is to place at the disposal of the provincial governoients'the money by whicb lands held by speculators, aban- doned farms, may be acquired at. a price .to be agreed fixed as a result o! expropriation proceed- ings. It is then proposed that these lands sliall be sold by the provincial B ,E Shipyards Players' aiid Other "Deserters" Due': for Some Shifting1 and 2 within Jlaultqba. The" Hudson's Bay .grants amount to acrei, divided as follows. Saskatchewan acres; Altier- :a and -Manitoba Tr'sitlon sates acres, v _t whlchSSO.esO acres are In .-Alberta and in Saskatchewan. The Indian reserves represent 2, acres divided follows: Slant loba, and Alberta The Forest reserve acreage Is verj Alberta has acres; Saskatchewan. 0, Manitoba. The parts arc represented by J '554 acres, all In-, Alberta. The'-scnmii lands' acreage 1s 600 in which the provinces share as follows: Manitoba Saskatch ewap, and Alberta The lands granted to railways am- ount to no less than 3M14.074 acres, divided as follows: Manliobt Two aggregations of hankers again met on the Dominion alleys last night In a ten-pin tangle, and this time the teain anchored by Millar got away with McLean's huskies in easy style winning three etraisht. Millar was high man, with 182 single' and 430 total. Thu scores: Team No. .1 Hi'chman v.-. 03 S3 275 Niven 101 S5 313 MacKay 147 117 Blacliiock.....125 130 MacLcan......136 1S1 unusually .busy ses- sion In the basebail trading market Is the prospect as the major league clubs begin to lay plans for the nest cham- pionship campaign. By the time the teams start southward for thejr spring training all past for 'trading will probably be Most every club was forced to 937 acres; Alberta Trie lands described as miscellan- eous total acres, ot whic.t Manitoba, in Saskatchewan and are In A1-. berta. i That the lands 'constitute a great heritage of wealth is to bo seen from the money "received and receivable from the acreage already sold. From pre-emptions sold liave been received and there are outstanding. None ot this land; grantMasterMason cut a pipe-load of it and get 'extra talent when regulars en-' ly-nitoba In Saskatchewan llrfml IVn llys 'r Totals 610 030 553 1781 Team No. 2 Statnes' 83 70 Worthlngton 92 110 Dawson 100 171 O'Connor ISO 105 j Millar 181 1S2 325 j been received and there 'are outstanding. listed or were called into the service, and the result la that each 'major kasus combination has at leist forty has been re- players under its control. Many ot from the o[ purchased these will be disposed of before spring all In Saskatchewan and and it is a-certainty that all will not soo being from the tor- go back to the minora. province. The outstanding tig-, Another condition that points to v much trading is- ttie strained relation- ship that developed ketwesn fclayera and clubs iu numerous Instances dur- 1 clu r tSe ing tSe 1918 season. In the early days of the season when the shipyards' agents were making their Ills offers to I star players and the sport had not' rtier' pro ure5 arc Tho money received from Irrigation sales In Alberia Is J988.367 and In Sas- katchewan There are stilj Lands' endowment con- o[ 0 acrcj o[ 2.- bccn EoM Tho am. 392 'ho Government there were I Totals.......651 638 NEW MANAGEMENT I have acquired all other Interest, apart frotn that previously owned by myself, in the fcnowr. aj the Bijou SIptor Parlora, .Ltd., now giving the business personal attention.' Ilie name has been changed to the Bijou Motors, a new repair shop been Installed, alterations made to the building and every facility provided for to ensure better service. Your business will be given csreful and complete satisfactory attention. BIJOU MOTORS Ptrtorttl of H, E. IS QUIET NOW COPBN'IIAOBN, Dec. ing to reports .from Berlin filed in Iho German capital at two o'clock ycstor- day morning, the demonstrations there iit'tti Mtl ca 11 BI 170- by.oini m'eitea ,ho am- Value! at only ?3 an acre tbe 31.- S04 074 acres granted to railways rep- re'scnlB a valuation of Tho price o[ wheat for 1919 Is one! ot tbe big problems confronting the: Oi__ ,n0 j jumps by certain players wlvj failed to! notify their employers that they were Sunrlay dent. were without untoward inci- o HEADS NATIONAL LEAGUE YORK, Dec. Herdler wai elected president, secretary and treasurer of the National I.casuo at Its annual 'meeting here tonight. The three offices are combined for the first time sinco about to depart. Owner C. A. Comiakey ot tho Chi- cago White SOT has been quoted as Paying that the names ot Joe Jachson. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Correspondinj Fares to 7 i .Safe, Coafortahle Travet.on Other Points V World's Greotjst Highway Compartment1 Observation Cars, Slaridaril and'.Tourist Excetlent''pihlna Car Service. .Tlcketi'toid during .December are 'or 60 .days. Exterlilon will be jranted by a payment of 55.00 for each extra fifteen ".days. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: 'J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. Oscar Felsch anil Claude Williams never again will grace hl3 Dominion Government. The Araeri-. can Oovernmeat having guaranteed lha at the yuestfon is Canadian grain Al Jlarotiux of the Robins Is another player who moved out ot professional ui I-MSIV ia baseball without leaving any smiles gaf> u his price Is fixed j ,rld wmrjctlllon possibly it may u> or 60 cents a bushel below that! landers rtrow no long cheers and good i th0 American. This would from Miller Huggins when they i ip jai to ttle comitry. On.the departed. Manager McOraw has said ihal Wai ler llolte his played his last game with the Giants. Some managers may have cooled off considerably since. players departed wilhont the >usual At any rail! it. Jackson, felscli, Russell, Williams. Holke, Mamanx and several olber ball are to be thrown Into tho mar- [Vet was predicted some buy tradiig (days arc ahead. KOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylaong fe Co. are giving away a Fur Coat worth 1150.00 Free tor the nearest estimate and also oilier valuable prltes. A coupon with every ot 11.50 or over. STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thonsand Dollars Worth. We will sell at a. special discount up to December 31st, next. All tires Ibis season's slock. Must mafcc room for spring ship- ment. All the .standard anrl sizes including par .special Diamond Squeegee. This is your onportuntiy. Display aY our show room. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK ItAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;