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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGF, SIX THE umiumnGR DAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER i "BRINGING UP FATHER i1 i By Me Mdrius JCjvr THINK MN We TQ ME TOR VirCUKE V, BACK LUXEMIUftO HRUS8KLS, Dec. The Belgian government (us tub- inltiei! to parliament a Wll lira- IthiK compensation for damages Io material lossei, e.diiJlMK 'ihoJo oh moral groups. The senile, In address replying to tho speech from tUo throne, has tie- dared otroiigly In tuvor of tbe restoration of tile Duchy of Luiemburg to Belgium. SERIOUS STRIKE The Sport Page But Curlers Sfiil Waiting For Ice -Fine Sheet at Henderf son Lake Great skating is at Hen- derson Lake for those who' take the trouble to go out. And many look the trouble on Sunday after." noon. Lsrge sheets of alare ice frozen Thursday and Friday gave the athletically 'Inclined all the opportunity they wanted for a lit- tle exercise. At the same time lha golfer! were having a round or so on the links alongside the like, so that the unique spectacle was present- ed of a summer and a winter.sport flourishing at the same time In the same park on December' 15th. Where else but in. LethorWae, Sunny'Southern Alberta, 'could one see such a sight in the mid- die of December? though there if good Ice on the lake, the curlert are still waiting' for it at their rink. There has been no weather Io makp inside" Icer and it looks as.if it would be the .first of the the knights of the besom and stajie would get in any of their fancy work." (MVEW 'I i Edmonton Championslntact for Season and Expect-To Clean Up What is'Lethbrldge golug to be able to present this winter io the of a asketbaU team? Last year's aggregation, "winners of the southern circuit, are mostly away to the war. George McKiltop e; but Liak Duniworth, Percy Ir- win and Irish Kane are BtlU in Kbaki whilo Br. Dunsworth, who is in Ed moulonx is held 'there, because of tlio war. Dr. DuBswarlh, writing to The Herald sport editor '-from Edmonton says: Woiild like to flnd out it there i Thomas Upton is relying on Shamrock IV. tor his third challenge 'or the America cup, historically as the trophy (or the COLOGNE, new and striking element has been injected'In- to tho already complicated political situation in the Rhineland by tha a! leged organization oC a secret party which Is working lor the annexation of this German territory to France. Overtures will be Made io the French iovenupent; it is said to take the ribbon" event ot yachting between the t jjhineland into France on same United States and JJnglana. Three j Da5js as Alsace-Lorraine. 'Shamrocks have come gcross'the seas f0 {6 ike slill more complicated and fought for supremacy, but uasuc- situation, there are besides the party cesafully, with American-built craft j which desires annexation "lo France over the and windward and leeward courses Sandy Hook "and ideals. One at these is composed o at least two with distinctly dlffereh! still another called Sham- rock IV., was being sent across the Atlantic In the summer of 1914 for a contest for the cup when the Eufop- Liberal-pempcrats and Socialists who want to see. the. establishment of a great republic, which will include no only all of .Germany, but, Austria, can war broke out. This race, for witb Berlin as tbe capital, which American syndicates had built The second group Is composed of the a trio of yp.chts, one of was to Catholic, or Centrist party, which defend the cup, was never sailed, and said to desire a'Hbeuisch Westphal LONDON, Dec. cable- from J. Canadian mission visited St. Duustan's Institute for tbe Blind yesterday aud met the 30 in all. A petition, was presented to the premier asking that' ttia Roverriment give to each of lha'bltnded Canadian, officers or men 320 ncres of ijomestead land without thOj stipulation that It must ba per- sbually cultivated and suggestlpg tUe method by which this land can be Io oated for them by prosy. Lieut. liltchins, who syoke support Ing the petition, pointed out that ir AuBlrsllj, each blinded soldier had been given tree permanent transpor tfttlon .over government railways. Sir 'Robert Borden made u sympa tietic reply and promised to give the petition careful consideration of the requests. It is estimated that .then ire only about SO cases of total blind ness in-the Canadian army.-Sir Arth- ur Peterson, head of-St. Duostans, goes to Ottawa next week. strike In erlin reached serious' propor- llone, according to a-dlspatch re- ceived here from Amsterdam. Only two newspapers are being published, nud those os smalt leallefc. It stated that workmen out. WOMEN DEMONSTRATE AGAINST CROWN PRINCE AMSTERDAM, Dec. crowd of women from Amsterdam recently to the Island ot Wierengcp ana made u hostile, demonstration aefttnat Hie former German crown prince, who Is interned there, according- to a re- l published by the Telecaaf. LONDON', DcpJ- SWonto ?acs, presldcni ofiporiugnl, was shot md killed by an assassin shortly be- 'ore while he was n A rajlwaj-' slatton at Lisbon, wali- ng for a Iralii to Oporto. Advices froni-Llslon slate that the assassin, used three bullets. The president's assailant, named killed'by the crowd. President' P'aea "died within a.fa minutes after h'e was shot. Toraagnlni minister of the interior, ,uas; assumed the presidency. OPPOSES USE MACHINE GUNS JIUNICH, Eisner, at a meeting today of Independent Socialists, to discuss the coming elect- ions, declared that he'disapproved of the use of. machine guns and hand grenades in imtthig- down political op- position. I MTYMYj Willard SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very care- ful attention 'flurloE tie- cold weather. Call Our Senrice Department and we will send for. your bat- tery and store same dorlng tho winter at reasonable rates al our upto-date Baltery Station. 311 7lh Street S. Phone 610 going to be any activities in the-oia burg this winter or in Ray- mon'd or Sliriins3 "Am at present with tbe Eskimos np here, have had several practice garnet There is a hlg squad out here and a good last bunch who claim they will cleaa'np" everything west ol the 'Pee1.' and all their oJd banch will be the Shamrock IV. since has been ly- ing boied up in a Brooklyn shipyard. The three American yachta '.-era the Resolute, Vanitie and Defiance. After! several preliminary races to choose af defender tte owners of tne Detiance decided to withdraw tUeSr craft from IJader the rules governing contests for tbe America's cup Is iha provision that tbe challenger shaii sail 'on her ian republic. TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL FIX IT own 'bottom across the Shamrock IV. the sea. While on her way and m danger of being' destroyed by PARIS, Deo. Wilson addressed a Socialist "delegation which a wireless dispatch to Sir Tbqiaa's Lipton off the Azores Islands giving back in harness. Pamey and Crozlerjhlm permission to have hia steam to he back-from Toronto and thatiyacht, the] famous Erin, tow the leiTea'the'thamplonship team o! last Shacircck to Nsw York. season': Intact. They are haying a city The" America's cup w: series of -which, you have no doubt read GPlEe Bulletin. I will be watch- Ing the sport-page o! the Herald for rejardins my query. know how long military ae- tivitlea will ieep ine up here. Auto Repair Work HANQLED- PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, eor. 3rd St. Avenue S., Lethbrlcge W.H. COWLING W. S. COOK sras a Atrophy by Queen Victoria in. 1S51 for an international yacht..race. It was won the schooner yacht America which at last accounts was.lying in Boston. MANY WERE EXECUTED .AJISTBRDAMJ su- preme military tribunal at Vienna has announced, that persons were sentenced to death.by Austria by th'e war and eieculed, accordtiig to a ner- -L ot'k %.''Kills i Co.; 'manufactn'ring -jewellers, ToroLf. Is dead. He- was a director of many Im- k at Batteries properly reasonable price. TRY us Lcthbridge Motors Ltd. submarines, the New rork Yacht club todiy. The president custodian of the America's cup, I received with greit interest the address which jou h'ave read to me. The .war through which we ,have just passed has Illus- trated in 'a way which never can ha forgotten the ettraqrdlnary wrongs which can be perpetrated by arbitrary .nl-irresponsille po-jrer. "It Is not possible secure lappiness and prosperity of the world 0 establisb an enduring peace, unless he repetition ot such-wrongs are ren- [ereiT Impossible. This has teen" in- deed a hopeless war- It has been aged .against absolutism and militraisni .and these enemies 01 liberty must, from thlr time tprth be'fi'hut out from the possibility ot working their cruel upon man- PLESTtNA DEFEATS CUTLER. Oldtlmtr Is Easy'- Meat for, Bustar.1' 'Trust Chariie Cutler, the gigantic .wres- tling person, who was all through'TiTe years ago -but refused to' admit it, was decisively beaten In- San'Fran- cisco Friday Maria Plestina. Cutler was fat'and Blow as cold mo- asses, and' lost two straight falls to he "trust buster.'W-The first fall lappened after-en hour and-ll min- a reverse.deadlock and arm hold liming the1 trick. Cutler claimed to, lave injured an arm', but came back after 10 minutes' rest, to be thrown n 24 irttnutos and 23 seconds with a lesdlock. Cutler had a big advantage in weight, but! he could not get away with any of-the old familiar tricks Plestina loomed up like a smarl wrestler who is liable to give any o! them ta hard fight. The stones about had feeling be tween the men and the likelihood IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Serrke at Moderate Cwt YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done al the Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. STODDART RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE EN01NEER8 and. "In my-judgment it Is not suffic- ient to establish- this'principle. It is necessary that It should be supported by a corporation of the nations which shall be baseil upon filed a.nd definite covenants ind which shall he made certain of effective action through the Instrumentality of a league of nat- ions. I believe this] to be the convic- tion of all thoughtful and liberal "1 am confident: thai'thf's Jls thought of those who'lead your own great nation and.I am looking forward with peculiar pleasure to co-operating with them in securing guarantees of a living peace of justice and right dealing which shall Justify the sacri- fices of this war-arid cause men' to look back upon those sacrifices as the Radiator Leaking? When your "radiator Icaka bring It to us for repairs. Haro the lest equlppcrt shop in ;town for this kind ot work. 'V -All radiators- repaired under our different nfocesaes are'guar- onteed.leakprpof-ou leaving tho iliHer% ent processes'! of "scraplnff, Ipg'.and biiiing iierore repairing. :Shop at .tho. rear of Dallas rorLiTiiin' Street- Ltthbridge Radiator Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 978 VULCANIZING RETREADING We have a bargain to offer in 4 Ki ft 8. fires. FOR MONDAY R. D. RITCH.E 208 13th SL S. Mlljl HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR! The Hudson's Buy Co. Is Kivlns away u'JIOO.CO Victory Bond tor tbe nearest, estimate. You Can Get English Christmas Numbers and All States Magazines and Papers, BUY YOUR. X'mas Cigars and Fancy Boxes of Chocolates rAT o came Io Kec the rough stuff werG j disappointed, as the "rasters" went.} about their business of getting at strangle hold on whet the fans left at the hoi olflco. BIG MONEY FOR HOR3E PIUOT. NEW MANAGEMENT I have acquired ail elhsr interest, apart from that previously owned by myself, in Ihe business known 33 the Bijou Parlors, and am now piving the business tny persona The name has been changed to the- Bijou a atw repair shop haa been installed, alterations msde to the haildlng and every facility prorided for to eaaure bttter service. Your business be glven careful and complete satisfactory attention. BIJOU MOTORS Vr.ttr Pencrtal Manigcmtnt of Ow.ier, H. E. Renfcenbergcr. Jockey Echutllnger Paid Ai.Well As War Profiteers. J Andy Schuttinger .haK earned more money per second than most of the profiteero in war stocks and food. LONDON'. Dec. Lieut.-Gen. Jan When hd made his great ride on Christian Smuts has resigned as a Eternal against Billy Keliy he was re-1 member of the war cabinet ,on the tinburic-J to the client of 'ground that the end ot tho war has meant JH a'second. "He did better I terminated the need of Ms scrrlcet, than this, though, when al Saratoga according to the Express. SHAVING "Mac" told me a few days ago that since lie bought his AuloSirop his regular norn- shave had become one real pleasures. taSircp StStly onlp ritor thil stirpens us own f (fcertfore, iHe Mljor.c tbi! stariflj cotuailios. aVe'VdTjal'are ci e trul and obtiin in Am-xa'top in yoar Try it rj if M.I n it there's he ran the same horse homo as a win- ner in the Hopeful stake-. James W. fattened his bank roll then to the eiwnt of This meant some- thing more than for each second j that he was astride Kteraal, and.this I Is the blggcai fee that has been paid a Jockey In the last live years. It re- 'calls of Sloan and Wal- ter Miller, when racing .was at Its height, and it goes to show that the turf game ia'far from being defunct. I ADVOCATE GOVT. WASHrXCTON, Dec. ment ownership of telephone and tele- graph lines, was advotatSiJ today in a speech in tne noflse hy I Moon of the ?ost oillce comininee who Introduced .the admlntslratfon mea- sure contemplating government pur- chase ol tbe utiiiucB. Jan Christian Smuts was born in 1STO and 1m long been a figure in the political life of SpuUi Africa. He became a practicing attorney ftt Cape- town in 1S2C and..during the Boer war was in command of tho republi- can tprcea in Cape Colony. In 1907 he became British colonial secretary for the and in 1916 be- came commander ot the British forces in East A'tica. fighting against the Germans, his success in that cam- paisn TjyinK remarkable, in 1917, the named him a member of the imperial war conference, zr, representative of the Alexandra Cigar and Stand ALEXANDRA W. MOOR, Manager SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Union of ;9I7. he since thaL period gulshed in nianr- Africa, and In iored Xho.war ctblnet. iho jBriUah has been HOW MANY YARDS OF. SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW) Rylands Co: arc giving a Fur Cual nOfiii "iTiS.OO Free ivir the nearest estimate. Also three other TalDftblc prizes. A coupon ulli everr iX or orer. Corresponding Farts to Safe. Comfortable Travel in Other Eastern Polhts ths World's Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Carm, Standard Tourist Sleeperi. V "'Excellent. Dining Service. Tickets sold during December are good for 60 days. Extension will be granted by payment of tS.OO for each extra fifteen dayi, FOR 'FURTHER INFORMATION AND j. GORDON; TICKET PXONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. STOCKTAKING SALE AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eleven THftutand Doflan Worth. We wffl ttfl at a special discwmt op to December 31st, next. All tires this scaaon'n flock. Must make room for jpring, ship ment. All the standard makes and sizes Including our special, Diamond Squeegee, This Is your opportunity. Display at our room. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROW BOX ;