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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATlJfiPAy, DECEMBER 14, 1918 CHICAGO, ra., Dsc 12.-ift'er re-(ommending the adoption of a 140-game schedule for next season, the aaualTOeeting of the"American Jea-gTie adjourned torilght'to meet in joint eession 'vrith the National league in 'N�w Tork on Jan. 16, to consider problems confronting the resumption of bafieball. ' A committee from the Na-' tional Association 'of Minor leagues 'Will he invited to attend the joint meeting. Provided the 140-game schedule is adopted, the season will open on or about May 1, fifteen days later than aHual, aiid cloae on Sept. ;>;>. The question of what, to do with iplayers who jumped their'clubs last summer to join the "shipyard lea-cues," was side-tracked despite the advance information that President Johnaon.said that a resolution fining the offenders would he introduced. It mm left to the Judgment of each of the club owners to take whatever ac-tiqii he thought was ne&essary. 'It was agreed, to abolish the right to recall'Waiyeis'in the league and a change tras made in. the position re-CAi^ins.the world's series: receipts as Ckr as ^ey affect the league itself. Hereafter the league treasury will -ie �nrichediby fifty per cent� of the pennant winning club's ehare instead-of y io per cent. There was a discussion pegardlns a change in a division of the world's series receipts, hut acticai was * postponed. - President Frasee, of the Boston TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH .ST�\^EET SOUTH HE'LL. FIX IT;^_ club, denied reports that a syndicate of Cleveland capitalists had mada an offer for his baseball holdings. "Of course, I am willing to sell provided that I get what I want," he said. "Money counts, hut I haven't 1 seen any of it." NOTED ENOLISH GOLFERS PLAN TO jqUR AMERICA CHICAQO, Dec. S.-Harry Vardon, James Braid, Edward Hay and J. H. Taylor,'EnjgrHsh golf, experts, who have won many championships, and are known to goiters on this side of the Atlantic, plan to visit America next season. This information is contained in a letter to Alec Duncan, local pro-i^essional, from his brother George in jliondon, which was ma*e public to-da�-.' The English professionals expect to engage in matches with American I players, and may enter the national ; and western championships. DYE WARE BLACK FOR WINDSOR RACE. NEW YORK,-Complete amalgamation of the National and American Trotting Associations cannot be effected until the Congress of the two associations meet next December, but , they now are operating under identi-I cal rules, the National Association , was, told at its meeting here today by j President J. C. Welty of Canton, Ohio. ( The .^socistion voted to expel three � members for violations of rules. ] Richard Squires and Belcher Squires of Hartford^ Conn., two of those expelled, were charged with having , 'dyed black the mare Edna L. and entered her in a 2.18 class race at Windsor,. OnL, although she held 3-2:09% record. . � ... F. E. Holliday of Warren, Pa., was charged with h'avihg entered the mare Emeline Dillon in National Association meetings under the name of "Nettie B." ,, -r 11 / Auto Repair Work handled:? PROniHTLY amd CAREFULLY 8TORAQE 'fri3nds. Mrs. Browh, wife of Pte. ](Villiam Brown, received recently *' letter from' Lt.-Colonel J. W. Waltoh, commander of the 86th Canadian Infantry Battalion, giving particulars of .the death of her brother, Pte. Wm. Hart, en Sept. 2oth, 19IS; About 10.30 g.m turn .the same h'fck. He must have  �" �="1"- ^n^ France,*^ public Banquets-during the ensuing, enemy /i'-cra" suddenly appeared . �. overhead. One .of thesb succeeded m, Speaking of miihtcipal elections, we! dropping a bomb very near to where wonder if Lady JusUcfa is holding the scales fairly when she grants to a the'men were stationed causing tho instant death of. Pte. Wm, Hart and scales luuiy lYucu; sue 6i^,,o ,v,^-______ foreigner, say, and his wife'and four nine , of his comrades. The letter grown up children,; each a vote on a; speaks in the highest terms of Pte. small bit of a shack, and yet denies i Har!; as, "a good aoldier and a good the franchise to a,leading business or, comrade, always bearing himself in professional man,'.say, Canadian, horn ^ tliat ^admirable manner so character-and bred, with a dozen educated and; istic of-.the- Canadian?" and closes promising,, sons and daughter's, be-1 with the following wordp: "The ^yrii-cause, forsooth, he is a tenant, feveripathyof all the officers", N.C.O.'s'and [ though his yearly outlay in rent would men of the battalion is extended to easily buy up the other man's stack i you in your sorrow, which 1 trust will' *� association mstep-d of a union, and pay all the taxes on it. Is aot^be somewhat llghteiied by the know-her ladyship stressing property at the ledge of his commendahle life, his expense of person? And is she not death while on duty, and Uie cause laboring, under the delusion still that i for which the sacrifice was made." woods in B. C, where he went thinking he would work for the winter months, but oiily stayed a short time. He was taken elck'and hastened home, it being his sedond spell of influenza. \\'hile ha/tt-as there Mat Dunnigau was also takenslck with Influenza and expired after five days' sickness. Mr. Dunnigau >yas' w6ir known and has lived in Winnlfred three years, farming two miles west ol town. The ro-malne were taketa to his home tii Quebec. Deepest sympathy is extended to his relatives. i Mrs. Howard Plett is leaving-Deo '. m * * "With the bootlegger's boozei, tf * * "WE th!^k you," VULCANIZING . RETREADING We have a bargain to offer'in 4 32x3/2 K. A. 8. Tiret. . FOR MONDAY R. d; RITCHIE 208 13th St S- Opp. Ellison Mills it is the landlord and .not the tenant that pays tlie taxes? On Monday afternoon, Dec. 2nd, and The Presbyterians have been loaned a piano recently by Chief Faulds tor use i^ the lecture room of the The newly-elected I officers ot the ^ , association walked otit of the hall at ; i the end of the session. A new cpar- j ter of the trades and labor congress was ratified last night, Tom Moore and P. M. Draper having signed it in Ottawa. . at 'Kn'ox""chuTch, Lethbridge, Misi church. J^s will supply a long te^^ Muri.1 Stenabaugh .and Mr. Spartan . ^^-^.^'Tlf^^^eZi^. ''^^'^ BALLPLAYERS IN ARIVIV ,SERVICE MAY BE HONORED m MANAGEMENT I have -acquired all other interest, apart from that previously owned by myself, in the business known as the Bijou Mptcn- Parlorp* I^., and am. now giving the personal attention. The name-has been changed to the Bijou Motors, a new repair ahpp'has'b^n installed,'alterations made to the. hfillding and every 'laclUty provided for to ensure better service. Jltoiif, "business will be *'^irl'?en careful and complete satisfactory attentiani , BIJOU MOTQRS /^-',,Und�r Pereonal Management of-Ownifi', H.;E. ^ft^nkenberger, MINNEAPOLIS, Dec, ,12.-Sched-nles, player and players' salary limit, a general discussion on reconstruction of business and discussed plana for honoring in some way players now in military service, w,ill be among the subjects to fce taken mp by- American Association club owners who will meet here tomorrow. Player trades and deals .come up.JTor djscussion ai^disev-eral clubs, ihcludlh# tiadiahapoils''itia' Milwaukee, are seeking new raan-, agers. St. Paiil will make an effort I to obtam itfi .:for�pir manager, Mike^ Kelly. Prcisident-'^ickey, of the leat* �f�e, will discusp'^^.lth the clj^b, o-wii^-ersr.thoimodifle^/Blayer i^f0.' pi^i^edl by!-', the ;.major,'^eagues, �Under>!vw&li| only one player may be taken year from ^plass A.Ai; circuits an4U0h-' erbas'ebalj;.-problems. If buRlneaS .is not concluded tonibrro'w; the'SerfSlbn will probably continue Saturday. Ramsay were united, In marriage by the Rev. W. F. Bums, B.A. The bride's home was originally Granite Hill, Ont.; but she been residing for some time with her sister, Mrs. Gould, of Taber. Mr. 'Ra,m3ay came recently from California, and is farming in the Coaldale district. The newly married coupie -wlU reside for the winter in Lethbridge. Mrs. Horrigan and Mrs. Mewhinney returned- on Thursday afteraoon from a visit to the Hat. , New ftjhk The new skating rink is .completed, all but the flooring, and that U likely to be an accomplished fact in a day or two, now that Mr. Tom Henderson, president of the Curling Club, has ar-,rived home. He reports Jack Frost and Santa Claus hard on his trail.  The. !flu hospital waj closed ,.on Wednesday. The matron, Mrs. Sarah Dougherty, who rendered; isuch excellent service during, the -epidamic,'returned to Calgary the day, while Nurso Pryne and Nurse Mclntyre have gone to .Grassy Lake to assist in tlio hospital there. Some who did not have tlie 'flu before are speeding it through now, so that it may not Interfere T.-ith the Christmas dinner, and the skating and curling that are to follow. But non^:-of the cases are serious. - , ^ .Mayor AVlllard and. family intend leaving for Minneapolis 'on Monday to spend the ChriBtma| holidays there. Hon. MacKay to Speak On Tuesday, Dec. ISth at 8 p.m. the Hon. A. G. MacKay of Edmonton, Minister of Health i'for Alberta, -will speak in the Rex Theatre. This is Mr. MacKay's first app^arance;in the riding. Hear him because (1) he is an able speaker; (2) he fills a new and important por^tfollo in the cabinet; (3) he is goWg to speak on a subject that should be dl live .interejit to every citizen, viz.: The'Taber Municipal Scheme. It you have any suggestions or criticl�me to make, come. Ask him ' ' '" ' - ; tine and such. , We are glad to inform the public i that ambition and the spirit of adyen-I ture.are not dead in'the youth of Ta. ber. Three of our juveniles who hud evidently di ..... or-over.: jSPEUP CHRISTMAS BACK HOME .Limited Imperial to Montreal $118.45 Eastero Canada Double Daily Train Service Corresponding Fares to Other Eastern Points Double Daily Train Service Trans-Canada to Toronto $103.20 Safe, Comfortable Travel en ______ the World's Greatest Highway "comprrt^int'obB'ervation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sleepers: Excellent Dining Car Service., Tickets sold �EA;v�'^V0Uli"Ot:DTl'RE8 AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;