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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAttA TTEHALD DECEMBER 11M8 BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus BOM cooler 1MT au XOU WMT ON THE TOO f 4REXT SHE 1 CAN Moot flnvcrt and In acknowledging tho ob ligation which the tlnltorl States OWOH to snid Tho llnr position nnd tho noecln of British Rinplro rentlor It Impera tive thnt hnr navy should be tho first til ttm exproiwed ac curately nnd is thn ffrat oHRontlal of tiio British Tho second onaontlal to bo borne in mind is tho revolution in mnrltimo wnrfaro caused by tho changes In thn of tho changes In weapons mid munitions and in modern com i JESS WILLARD SUED FOR Torn Jones and Jack Curley firing Action for Commis sion on His Income he bought the Jess Willard Wild West Show in In the bill of Jones declares that he and Curley were largely responsible for Willarde and stated that the champion received a week during the season of as the stai attraction of 101 SCRAP AT NEW heavyweight champion of tho was made the defendant in a suit brought in the supreme conrt here today by two prominent Tom Jones and Jack Cur who formerly acted as his man It is alleged that Willard ceased paying the two promoters a commis sion of 10 per of his income from boxing and theatrical exhibitions Peoples Forum Bell Rang Half Minute Early in Third Round Which Saved The Champion m BRETON ARROW COLLAR CtOSB MEETING COT CP FRONT SHOWING A BIT OF CRAVAT BAND PMbody ft rf timiUd share holders of the National Hockey ciation met here this afternoon at tho Windsor Hotel on the call of Quinn and Livingston of All the local shareholders were President although not a asked permission to he present to make a Joseph formerly pre sident of the National Amateur Ath letic Association of reprej sented he Toronto Hockey Al most as soon as the sarted a verbal fight started between George owner of the and Percy owner of the formerly the Quebec ia which they accused one another of not hav ing the necessary number of shares in the cltiba which they claim to con I Rea and Crang were elected as school trustees In ADVICE FREE I We will advise yon re the care of your radiator and do good work if repairs are needed at a minimum ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street South Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Rciler 3rd 4 4th Avenue Lethbridge COWLING COOK MAJOR LEADERS TO CONFER NEW National Baseball League went on record here today favoring a joint conference with the American League to discuss problems which confront the game with the return to peace A telegram to this effect was sent to each of the American League owners and to Presi dent Johnson at EASTERN 11 IP IF YOU ARE LOOKING for EcOTwamicaJ and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU AKE MAKING NO MISTAKE ring snd Overhauling Done at the Palace 2nd AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS NEW MANAGEMENT I have owned by UK and now Tho u am has been facility provide for to given careful an1 compi apart from lhai previously known as ihe Bijou Molor my personal to the Bijou a new repair made 10 the building and every Your business will be BIJOU MOTORS Under Personal Management of There seerw to be a difference ot opinion about result of the Ross Tait fourround go in Calvary on Tues day The Heralds special re port yesterday seemed to indicate that Tait had a shade the better of but the Morning Albertan sport critic picks he had all tha best of it in the and eas ing up in the Those who have seen both Ross and Tait battle here know that Tait is no match for The local middle weight of has about lio pounds on the lightweight champion in point of but even at that he is just as shifty a battler and packs twice the punch Tait can The Al bertan Fighting four of the fastest rounds seen in the boxing circles of Calgary since the old time professional Ross of the 78th and claimant to the middleweight championship of Canada had a shado the better of Clonie lightweight champion of the Dominion in a fast four round battle at the Pantages theater last Ross went after Tait in the first and lunged a heavy right swing to Tails Tails nose began to bleed but he retaliated with a swift punch to Ross Ross then led the attack with his plastering Tails face and body to a great The men went inlo a clinch and Ross Broke in a beautifully clean manner while Tait lunged his right to Rocs Ross then led with his left and the gong found him hammering Tails face Ross round by a wide Round Two Tait lunged a heavy right swing on Ross nose and Ross started Ross then smashed his left to Tails face and both men were I ith men went into and before Cappy1 had call ed break Tait had landed heavily on Ross nose and Round if anything a shade to Round Three Ross went right af ter Tait with his left and swung five heavy ones before he recovered him Tait seemed helpless against R heavy attack and the sound of the gong saw Tait nearly Ireat dispute then aroe whon it was found the gong had rung seconds ahead of Tills lost Rosa his best chance of a Ross round Round Four Ross landed huavily with his left on Tails but Clonie retaliated with two oius to Ross At tins point IDLMI were bleeding proiuscly from tin and seemed all fimultaneously Ross ami Tait boili started an attack and a series of clinching and rushes kept the fans going for alionl two Ross then broke away in his same clean manner and Tait with a swing at his nppomnts The gong found both men breathing lnavily and ap parently tired Round All bouts wore no decision and left to the press to A goodsized crowd turned out to see the fight and were all satisfied with the The RossTail fight and hat wciv Ciuiily two ii t ho taslist and most ex citing yd Kern in tho ARMY BOXING BOUTS In addition to the otlur bouts in tin interallied 1 1 ing which wero I of tin American defeated of lioth Kclcllf Conl of the bear Davlrs of in a featherweight Lightweight of tile Brit ish Royal Air Kildie of the American of the American beat of tho British in llie mlddluwoight American the Hritish Communications under this heading must bear tho signatures of the STRONG FOR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Lucky To the Kditor of The Herald that the government has arranged for the War Saving I would like to urge to the readers of tho Herald the opportunity they have of helping the winter while la Ihe I some three months in Southern New York and became so much interested in the War Savings Stamp movement in the United States I collected all the facts together with reading matter and posters put out by the leaving them with Sir Thomas Whites private urging them to adopt this method of raising money for the gov ernment as it would appeal to people of small means who could not afford to pay a large amount on a bond all al once but could contribute many quarters during the The thrift stamp was a success from the begin In just getting Ihey raised fiftyfour millions Febru a short sixtyeight mil and in it one hundred Here is a chance for the school chil dren to show their loyalty to their country by saving Iheir nickles and dimes and buy War Savfng In the lown 1 was in the principals of the offered a flag to the class lliat bought the most stamps during that week and the rivalry was so keen that during a months time the dren of the school raised Ihe sum of in a town about half as large as The business men of the town formed a Thrift Stamp Club each pledging to buy not less than twentyfive dollars worth a Entertainments were given charging 25 cents admission and in exchange a Thrift Stamp pasted into the regular book for admission was One Sunday evening Sergeant Irquoir one of the original Princess Pats surviv gave a lecture in the local theatre on the war and his experience in tho raising over three hundred dollars for the Thrift The government appointed speakers in each nnd every town and city call ed the Four Minute who would go into the Movie Plclures and thea tres during the intermissions address ing the audience on tho urg ing them to buy all Ihe Thrift stamps Now that ihe war is people may nol feel Ihe same enthusiasm they would have had the stamp ap peared earlier but the needs Ihe money now just as much as before the as the men over ihere will have to lie their salary paid and bn brought also the gov ernment needs money to loan to those who go back to the land to help give Ihem a start These men have jvivon their all for Many have died for us that tho of democracy may live and it is our place now to sacrifice and pledge every quarter we Here is an opporluniiy for president of the Lethbridge board of to in some of his magnificent work lie put into the Vic tory Loan for Alberta and witli Baalim and Gibbons they should put Lotlibriilge again to the front in this Thrift Stamp President Wood the is another person 10 push this movement before the and make them n alize the importance of contributing every quarter Tula is an opportunity for every one to iheir love for thpir country and for the men OVIT them who have accepted the supremo for for country and for WILLIAM DISAGREES WITH ARTICLE I Kditor of Iho Herald a subject of the Unit ed Slaleii and a Kojcmrmr within your gales 1 write to against tho article omitted Sam Iuyx Ills by iudsby ap peared in the LethhrldKo 1 Khali not attempt io answer tho misleading Ktateiin of this very jealous wilier lest 1 bo con founded witli I do wish to call attention to the fuel Unit ut pres ent tho thinking people of tho differ cm nations of tin aro striving o forget any differnen may have had with their now I To a alang now is tho timo we inutit all put lerles to I was In Knglaiil for a number of months whon ihis great war began during thedark of thy lirst oiio i CDSTINUKII FROM FRONT PAOII sea of any sea now Ireated as a closed A strong greatly strengthened and hardened by the lessons of this to maintain the minimum of safety for our people and and to be no party to any conflicting or tampering with A belief that the conditions of warfare are so changing that we must be careful to protect ourselves against hundred thousand and the first battle of later as a worker in France during the German Yet in all those days no one thought for a minute of giving We must smash the Hun and make this a decent world to live A Catholic a Jewish rabbi and Methodist minister all occupied one hut in har working always to this elderly dukes and men with little men big all worked to help our It made no difference so they belonged to the Help them win the I have stood by the hour helping to serve chocolate to American helped British including Canad ians and about Walking the length of the Champs Elysee with some poor blinded Frencn In England everything was done for the soldier no matter what na tionality if only he belonged to an al lied Over There it did seem as though we all belonged to one big family of Now I come into Canada within two months after my return to America and read this article by Gadsby with amazement and In dignant because I know it does not reflect the ideas of the Brit ish or American soldier toward the French nor toward each Neith er does I am reflect the atti tude of any of their nor are the French so rapacious as described by The great reconstruction time is be for The most critical time of all To smother our desire for to have to feed those whom we hato and at our own depriva to keep down an archy and the hydraheaded other evils that daily To be just to the enemy and just to de mands all the Christian spirit within Ours is to make for this big At the great Peace Conference at Paris it is going to be no easy mat ter for tho several nations assembled to submerge national am bitions and keep out onvy and consider other na ambitions and de sires when they come into conflict our and give away when necessary with good grace for the oeneflt of all for tho Good of Democ All this will require interna tional If Gadsbys letter does any of those things I fail to see Perhaps if his article were printed in but u single newspaper it would be of small though such senti ments as thoae expressed should be rebuked at all Should it a syndicated letter which I strongly suspect it appearing as it will in thirty or forly newspapers Ihroughout Canada and the United States it might do infinite harm with its misleading Htalements and patronizing so on rnglng to the people of tho United His article smacks so of Ger man propaganda 1 am tempted to send It to the proper Such a letter in good moat to tho long haired German anarchist and their like who have led the un enlightened Russian on to our one time and will Jadsby consider why the Jnitfid States was such a friend of At any other time this thesis of Uadsbys would pass with an iimuaod but at so critical a mich sentiments Bhould be downed and tho only cry bn that of Dumas hero Ono for all and all for Third Box perils all A readiness to consider any changes put forward by neutrals con sistent with these A deslro to cooperate in render ing impossible hideous crimes com mitted nt A readiness as far as compatible i with safety in the full sense to pro mote any practicable scheme for a league of In firm resolution as to essentials and an open mind as to secondary In lending up to hla conclusion tho correspondent says Differences Diminish The morij the British point of view is more it will commend Itself to impartial The closer we look at the question from tho American the more differences are likely to be dimin We are dealing with tho world as it still so far as the of the seas Interferes with pro1 teclion of our vital interests is con it means a oneelded disarma It is indisputable that tho I SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during tho cold Call Our Service Department and wo will send for your bat tery and store mitno during the winter reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phone 618 VULCANIZING RETREADING We have n bargain to offer in 4 FOR MONDAY i RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR Tho Hudsons Bay is giving j away a Victory Bond for the nearest Overcoats and Ulsters NOW the time to pick out the Overcoat or Ulster that you are going to wear during the very cold We are ready to show you the new styles in imported Irish and Scotch Cloths and the best of the Canadian We have these attractive Overcoats and Ulsters from to and with Fur up to 1 McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Daily Train Service Corresponding Fares to Other Eastern Points Double Daily Train Service TransCanada to Toronto Comfortable Travel on the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist Excellent Dining Car Tickets iold during December are good for 60 Extension will be granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 DISTRICT PASSENGER HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW KylnndH are giving away a Fur Coat worth Breo for the nearest Also throe other valuable A coupon with evry sale of STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven Thousand We will sell at a special discount up to December All tires this HOUHOIIH Must room for spring ship All lliH standard umknu and sized including our apocjul Diamond This is your Display at our allow BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;