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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB PAIIA HERALD SATURDAY, DKCBMIJER K 1018 'BRINGING UP FATHER" f; By G. McManus K-iL FAMES' COYlEVJEREi .iJf'A Inlsr- vlow today Rer. H. Kennedy Palmer, of who aopeaicd with A depu- tation of inomucrs of parliament uncl of (lie Orange Order yostardiy lioforo Ihe Domliilou fiiljjuft nl Ottawa, FSIU they here assured an Invcatlgatlon would lio held luto tlio clrcuiuslaiiccH nurroimillnK thu raid on the Quelpb last Juue. Tlic iDveatlE'llOM, .Mr. Palmer said, would be beforo tho next acsElou oE parllauienl. They wnntcd to BO lie- rpro ihe parliamentary commllleo.- Thoy would mako dofinlle clmrges ccrialn dcparlmghts of IIio govomtiiQut. Tlio Guolpli mlnlelcrlal aiaoclatlou will meet c-ii Jfonday, wTien charges will lio [orniiiluteil. Sir Sam ItUEliea, wlio It In tbo city toduy, connruied tlio atalemonl of Mr. Palmer. He fid ho would nlnuoK diaw tlio attention ot Ihojiouce to Ilia matter of Iho rulil.. It be'in- The Sport Page I club, denied reports lliat a syndicate' lot Cleveland capitalists hid made i offer for Ills baseball boilings. I course, I am willing lo sell pro- 'vided that I get what 1 want." ha slid. "Hones- couats. but I baven't seen any ot it." NOTED ENGLISH GOLFERS i PLAN TO TOUR AMERICA CHICAGO. Dec. Harry Vflrdon, CHICAGO, 111., After re- commending the adoption of a HO- game- schedule (or neit ille aanual meeting of ther American lea- Jamee Braid, Edward Ray end J. H. gue adjourned ton lent to nieet In Jtiat Taylor, Englisli solf tsperts, who have vita the National league in won many championships, and ere -Xew York on Jaa. 16, to consider proh- known to golfers on this side of the lems confronting tie resumption of Atlantic, plan lo Yiait America nest tmebill. A commltles irom the Xa- season. This information is contained tiona! Association 'o[ Minor leagues In a letter lo Alec Duncan, local pro- bo Invited to allend tie joint (essional, from uis brother George in meeting. i London, Tblch was taste public to- Provld'ed the schedule Is dai'.f adopted, the season will onen on or The English professionals. expect to about May l, fifteen days later thau engage in matches with American ucual, arid on Sept. Si1. i players, and may enter the national The question of what, to do with anil western championships. players jumped their' clubs last summer to join the "shipyard lea- was side-tracked despite the .advance information that President DYE MAHE BLACK FOR WINDSOR RACE. NEW amalgratua- Johnson said Lhat a resolution fining i lioa ot National and the offenders would be introduced. It j TrotiLng Associations cannot bo left to .the judgment oCeich of the Congress of the two the club owners to take whatever at- associations meet neit December, but tlqn he thcraght iras necessary. j ttow 3rB under Identi 'It was agreed to abolish the right cal' ,hc National Association to recall waivers'in tie league and a wa, told ol lls Deling here today by change was made In tie position re-: present j. c -TVeity of Canton. Ohio, girding, (he world's series receipts as The voted to eipel three far as liey affecl Ihe league Itself. members ror violations of rules. Hereafter the league treasury will-be Blclmrij snujrejr and Eilcher Squires enriched ;hy (ifty per cent, of the pen- CoDn., two of those nantwlnnmg clubs share instead-of HcJ wcre char6ed havlng K per cenL There was ajlscnssion a d maro Eim u and en. ngardlng a change In a division of the (-ered ner jn a ,ls class rac6 at world's series receipts, but action was allnbiigb -ha held a 2-0914 J1 postponed. President Frasee, ''rt lie TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR. MAN 41B FIFTH .STREET SOUTH 'HE'LL. record. F. B. HollfJay ol IVarren, Pa., iras charged wllh bavins entered Lhe mare Emeliae Dillon In National ASE tioQ meetings uadtr the came "h'etlie B." Ante Repair Work AMD CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rfnk. cor. 3rd St. C. 4th AveniK B.J Lethbridge W. K. DOWLING. W. S. COOK non'i: EASTERN HATS Cr'CAPS and Ms LAD IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical ud Real Hoieit Scrvke it Moderate YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Hiving Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at ihe Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. STODDART I RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE' ENOIHEEM Camouflage Uear We are peeved. 1 Besides losing A gob of money On H. W. C.'s games At the carnival, peeve to (Ind The editor OE ihe Sweet AUamont, "AdrocaLc1' Hss esripod Our camouflage col, And has perpetrated The following horror; "There iras, "And tLere is. "An A. P. P. j .'.'There was; "Aiid ihere is, "Also a happy bootlegger. "The smuggler X X "Owned and drove r "A Canadian Buick. ''The Policeman k Ford. "The 'roadhOuso' On Municipal -Hosjiitnl New Skaling Rink Hospital Closed (FrBLn Our un-n TABEn, Dec.' Mr- aid Mrs. Spartan Ramsay or Lethbrldge, and Hiss Hunt and Hiss ot Ihe Coal- dale school staff, wore guests of Prin- cipal and ilrs. Gould on Sunday-last. Tbe election for llie municipal coun- cil ou Monday developed n spl riled content and resulted in tlic Messrs. T. Patterson. 1'orteous, T. Harris. S. Millar and J. HeaO. TUe ler gallantly righting their'way to I woods In C., lie went think- Mans aro now miking a triumphal procession through.'the rest of Bel- gium, and taking up luolr Christmas Quarters In Germany, others BTO being returned horns p.s oipedltlously an Slhlc. Among the first of these lo ar- rive In Tuber is I'te. William Drown, of the lUlti I.elhlirldga With Ms bitlallou llfl went overseas Seul. 17lli, 1910. l.alci- do was Iransferrod to the Dullallon In France, ivhere he served from Nov. 1916 to.April 1017. During the hard- ships of tliat ivlnler ho took trench feet and was Incapacitated from fur- Iher service at tbo front, lie was Ing lie would work for the winlcr "'tiicd oul Iho eitenslve wlro months, but only Elnycd a sbort "all ani) wlro manufacturing plant of He wan taken elck'aud liasteneil home, i Morrison and Wire coa- It being hlG second spell of Inlliicnzu. While hs was tlicra Mat Bunnlean nlio liikcn sick with Inllnenza nnd expired aflor fivo days' sickness. Mr. Dunnlgan wns well'known aud has lived in Winnlfred three years. farm- Ins.two miles wesl of town. Tlio ro- malae ircro taken (a Ills home fii Quo- bee. Deepest sympathy is extended lo bis relatives. Mrs. Howard Flell ia leaving Dec. 14. to join Mr. Bell in Calgary, he haa taken a. position vvlllt the Un- Ilion returned lo Ecafnrlh, England, I Hed Grain Growers. Jlr. naif will where be lias since been serving DO engaged most of the light duly. With a Isrge conllugent ot other soldiers he sailed from Liv- erpool oil Ihe Aquitanla and rcichcd Taber Salurday morning. Dec. 7th, where be received a nearly welcome from" uis family and paoy at Vniiconver. speeches for tee btmellt.of.cinvoymj new Ideas for the agriculturist, ,v The IleJ CrosB are giving 'a afloc'o.. .Harry Morrlfl is sick wl'Ji tinou- inonb. Dr. Slowart, ot Medlc'lne Hat, is caring for him. .Mr, Morris ia rest Ing easier today. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Larsen received Et hasty phone call to conte to Grassy Lake, Mr. Larsen's partner having Mrs. Brown, wife of Pte. Brown, received recently letter only bachelor ia tlie bunch headed Ihe from- Ll.-Colonel J. W. U'allon. corn- poll and 120 out of the 2SO voters JUauder of Iho SStii Canadian Infantry were ladies. This does nol mean thai I Uattallon, giving particulars of .the been taken suddenly 111. every bachelor need think that ho can! death of her brother, Pte. Win. Hart. H. Smith Is n business caller turn'.the same trick. He must have on Sept. Uotb, About 10.30 p.m. Medicine Hat. as good a record Ijehiud him and be on the evening of that day, wlill-j the j Influenza has rather quietened down modest withul. But wo do submit battalion was walline for a train to, in Winnlfrcd and it is lo be honed It that it'Is up to Councillor Paterson. take them to tho vicinity of. tlieir forsaken the country entirely. EGV- or; 4 4 1 I Willard SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists earo- cole] Vour Laltcry needs very ful attention durlne.-thc weather. CaD Our Serrice Department and will send for your bat- tery and Btoro same during the winlcr al reasonable rates Rt our up-lo-date nailery Station. 311 7lh Street 6. Phon> 515 to propc-ic all leasts to the lailles aljnejl operation, Somewhere in durins iho ensuing enemy aircraft suddenly appeared overhead. One of Ihesfr succeeded in iral from country are convales- ihfi riehtnol-way UgJit3. "The bootlegger r-- "Was coming-, '.v "And coming fast too. "He didn't slop "For poKcenian, "Ford or gtin. "There ivas "The garage force s. "Are repairing 9 m "A Ford. "While the policeman "Is paying Lhe bill. "And In the meantime, "Dir Alberta people "Arc quencMng "Their Ihlrsl 'f "WUh the bootlegger's booze-.. THANK YOU." cent. Tills district is certainly being bless- ed with excellent wealher this month. public year. Speaking of municipal elections, we dropping a bomb very near 1.0 wonder If I.-ldy justlcia Is holding the Ihe aven were stationed causlue the scales n-he'n grants to. a1 instant death ot. Pie. Wm..llart and oreljner, say, and his wife'nnd four: nine, of his comrades. -The letter rown vp children, each a vote on a'. speaks In' the highest terms of Pie. mall bit ot a. shack, and yet denies i Hart good soldier and a gocd nolv Bel o( aml upanlmously ho franchise lo a'leading business or comrade, always bearing himself in [avor of nftllia'lon willi the Do t TORONTO POLICE FORCE UNION rofessional man.1 say, Canadian born' that _admlrablo manner so character-, wlalm Trades n- nd brel, .with a dozen educated and.lstlc 'of ,lbe and closes mombcrs of romisins sons anil dauehiets, with the following words: "Tho sym-1 f6rcc (hiE mol.uil lusc, a lenant, even'pathy of all the officers, N.C.O.'s aud Thnrsdw hough his yearly outlay in rent would men of the battalion is cilondcd to an _____ isiiy buy up the other man's sfiack you In roiir sorrow, whleli I mist-will I The officers of the nd pay all the taxes on it. la not: be somuwh'al lightened by the know- association v.-alkei ont of Ihe hall al er lidyshln stressing properly at the ledge ot his commeadatio [Itz; nls mt of (lle A new cfiar- Labor Congress, Ibc -Toronto police j-'s motion to form of. a union. VULCANIZING RETREADING i We have a bargain to offer'In 4 K. t S. Tlrti. FOR MONDAY R. D! RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Off. Ellison Mills 'Frn Dec. 13. R. R. Harp- jpense of And is she death while on the cause aborlng unde'r the delusion still that for which the sacrifice was made." I Is the landlord and nol the lenant The Presbyterians hare been loan- that pays the tales? ed a piano recently by Chief Faulds On llonday afternoon, Dec! 2nd, and for uso In the lecture room of Ihe .1 Knox church, Lethbridge, Miss; church. This will supply a long, fell jlurisl Stenilbaugh and Mr. Spartan'.want and will greatly aid In the-so- Itaasay were united in. marriage byjcial life of tho congregation. he Rev. W. F- Burns; B.A. The irlde's home was originally Granite' OnL; hut she hos been residing; for some time with "her sister, Mrs. recently from Califbruia, and is farm-] ng in the Coaldale district. The new- iy- lu-driicd toiijile wili riclus for tfcc winter In Lethbridge. Mrs. Horrigan and Mrs. Mewhlnney returned- on Thursday afternoon from visit lo the Hat. New Rjnk The new skating rlnt Is.completed, but the flooring, and that is likely to be an accomplished fact In a day or two, now that Mr. Tom Henrtercon, president of the Curling Clnb, has ar- rived home. He reports Jack Frost and Sinta Ciaus herd on his trail. The.'flu hospital was, .closed Wednesday. The matron, Sarah who lEUCh eitel- lent service duilng. the turned to Calgary the same day, while Narsu Pryne and Nurse Mclntyrc have gone to Grassy Lake to assist In the hospital there. Some who (lid nol have the ;nu Ijefore arc speeding It through, now, so that il may not in- terfere v.'lth the Christmas dinner, and the skating and curling that are to follow. Dut none1'of Ihe cases aro Eerious. Maytir WillarJ family .'intend leaving for Minneapolis''on Monday to spend the Christmas holidays lhare. Hon. MacKay to Speak On Tuesday. Dec. 16th at S p.m. tor of the trades and labor congress was ratified lasl night, Tom Moore! nnd P. il. Draper having signed It j In Ottawa. HOW MANY.BEANE IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Day Co. Is glvlnp Kfil- u flOO.OO Victory IJond for the nearest cellmate. rthc Hon. A. G. MacKny o( Edmonton, Miniflter ol A: Alberts, speak Jn the Hex Theatre. This Js Mr. MacKay's first appearance.In the riding. Hear him because (1) ho IH an able speaker; (2) he filla a new NEW MANAGEMENT I acquired all other interest, apart from ttist owned by myself. In the business known aa ths Bllou .Motor Parton, LU., and am now giving the business, my personal attention. The 3a.de his been changed to Ihe Dijon Motors, a new repair shop has been alterations made to the hulldmg and every provided for (o ensnra belter service. Your business will be itven careful and complete satistaclory attention'. BIJOU MOTORS Ftrvtml Mxngtirnnl of Owntr, H. E. er Is the rirstts cose back from the H: F.C- and nil hie same place in the Un- ion" bank. Harper was received wili glad salutes [rom everyone. .Many dinner parties are spoken .or In honor of .Mr." Harper on bis safe return. Gco. Elliott and family arc making arrangements to visit 'southern Illin- ois for the winter nionthfi. lira. John Chrislophcrson and tain- j ily have moved to Medicine Hat lor tho winter month's and will malie her', humc witli Mrs. Walker, the nurse, j Hev, Wood Is now entirely recover- cd [rom the Influenza. June, his daughter, is slowly recovering, but not able to bo ont. Rev. Mr. Shearer nnd Rev. Shan- non -.vere vlaillng Rev. Wood on Tues- day. Mr. Shearer U holding mcetlnr.3 at Seven Persons. j Frank Claussen returned Jrom 1 Alia., Monday. Frank, without any doubt, thinks" the land aroimd Acme Is magnificent nnd says the farmers. are all .very nroiperous. Queenle Dunn is'vlBiling In Meill- cine Hal this week. Mr. C. li- IHown, manager of 'the Union Rank, was taken to Medicine Ifat hospital Dec. S, supposed lo be However, word You Can Get and All i L States Magazines and Papers BUY YOUR and-Fancy Boxes of Chocolates Alexandra Cigar and News Stand ALEXANPRA. W. MOOR, Manager .BALLPLAYERS IN ARMY SERVICE MAY BE HONORED MINNEAPOLIS, Wee. l2.-Sched- Bcstioni or to maiee, a Ms on cvers- ules, player anJ players' salary Mm about the'flu and ,a h, We wouM ex t !lt. a general discussion on reconatruc-1 lir.e and prevenllvc serum and ml Mike to give a dance or party Itlon of Irusiness and discussed plans-.such. i Thc Darn [s 1n ordcr and bal- for honoring In some way players now l Vvrj arc- glad to Inform IhD public un with the appearance In military service, will be among the [dial ambition and the spirit of subjocla laken up by American i turc are not ,1earl in the youth of Ta M phll'lo (liflord ol Calgary to Association club owners who will meet her. Three o[ our juvenllea who hiid here tomoirpw. Player trarlea and evidently tlurinp; ihe holldnyE Ijoen tlo- deala conio up for djsciuslon and'sev-; hifr (.cillSTcraV re.'iding In-ll'.Qrainre or. enl elubs, Includlnir Initlanapolls in'it their' own Inltlatlrn, "Red1 Mllwaakee, are seeking new etc.. were hltten St. Paul will make an effort'the hug. hltrhrtl their wagon to up over tho (arm and of Mra. Laraen. DeVth of DunnTgan --T" Gco. Schleb returned from lie only one player may bs taken year IrOTn riass A.A. circuits and oth- er, baseball tirflblernE. not the will probably cJDtlnue Saturday. HOVY MANY YARDS OF SILKINE, ARE-IN OUR SHOW1 WlNOOW? Co.-aro glrlng a Fur Coil worth illoO.OO Free for iiio estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon isarr'rtle et ot orer. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK'HOME CorreipondlnQ Farei to Other Eastern Polntt Safe, Comfortable Travel on the World'i Greatest Highway CcmpjrirMnt Obicrvation Standard and Tcurljt Slccpin. Excellent Dining Car Service. Tlcketi inld diiring December are good for CO Extenilon will be granted by'A paymenl of for each extra Fifteen dayc. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. .GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleren ThonMnd DoDari Worth. We will sefl ai to December 31st, next. ;All vllrea this season's stock. Must make roam for Fprlng ship ment, All the slandarrt vmakea and alzca Including 6nr srcclal Dlaaonl Suucegce. your opportunlly. Display al our show roool. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE-YOUR OLD TIHE8 AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX i I i ;