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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta srx USTimiUDCiR DAling TUESDAY, DKCKMHKH J7, 19IJ "BRINGING UP FATHER1' By G. MjcManiis J WINNIPEG, Dec" Mer-l do fayed a charge ol breach o( iW nlernal Itovenuo Act today. Pollctf] nllcgc lhat Lhey discovered n i n tho baacmenl ot Itla houso. Iu-3 specter Street stated (nday (hat scv-1 tal fitills being In uprtli. cud of Uie city. An. investl-' Moa Is being made. 'J'un barrels or boll led whisky were discovered In a largo j shipment of consigned to oral (Inn and were confiscated by 3 provincial authorities, I. Diner, tho" guilty aud paid inc of The Sport Page A jj. F. Trying to Revive W. C. Over, People Want Ball TLat -Western Canada should have professional baseball riexi year and that steps snould at pnca be .taken by (he dittereut cities on Uie circuit to 'urbanize is, the sueEestlon ol J. F- Calms, oC Sastatoon.-ia a letter to a former basebiH magaaLe In Edmonton. Mr. Calnis Is sending out nils to the old guard in Lhe game, asking them (o stir up Interest. This is what he says in tb letter to tine Edmonton .Mr. Calrnt1 Letter. "For tlie. past week, aud ID rieir of the.tacUUi'at the var Is now I have considering the advlsabllily of endcJTprJng to' get prDfeialonal baseball goiug again in Western Can; I'nayo talked tne natter oier In operation In the west was, Hint I where the rough-neck element was I eliminated good fighting baseball put up. H received practically the uu- aalmous support ol the public, Six-Club League. It has been suggested thai a league be formed, comprising Winnipeg, He- flna, Vcofs Jaw. Calgary Hdmonton and Sutcaloob. the jumps to- Iweea these lowna be vcrj- long schedule would Lake very working out, stJU 1 am satis- (lefl in 1912-13-14, thai n-Hh proper orgaaltation ire can arrange one of the best minor leagues In America. "It needs immediate attention on the, pirt ol each, city interested, and it convenient: for TOU or some one rLom you may nomo, to glvo me an early tip re ss loo of opinion, 1 will Lie glad to follow, the matter up In the way of organization, and mny be de- pended upon to do my utmost to br about the organimation, pi a league which' will bp cerned." rydi table. Lo all COD FRENCH. WOMEN WANT VOTE PARIS, I French women the local 005-3 arid Lhey with haVe .-Joined in 1 vime that the sooner Te can get ont of mortlfl frame o[ mini the better, and thai' probably nothing would beller'to relieve the public mind, and" -get Ihein inlefestcd In' other matters, than a-BAllsractorr brand ot baseball. proerlr handled In each ol the' western dlles by the right people! "I want particularly to emphasize ''.tiie last pbrase, 'Ibe right 'tinr experience of .Ibe last two 7ears tba'. profeaawnal lAseball wu suffrage Issuing- l groups of advocates Are Natural Spoilsmen Learn New Games Very Quickly OTTAWA, Dec. IG.-Dy process ol i-ourtraarttal EOHIC heavy Beuleoccs have been Impoied on deserters from Canadian draft battalions. In Win- nipeg the other day one mau was sent to ihe penitentiary for life. la. tawa recently a deserter waa given 20 years. Several -other similar aen- hare been imposed. There fs authority for tha state- ment that these punishments, to TAKE-TOUR' RADIATOR ANDY THE RAC'ATOR MAN 41S FIFTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL FIX IT demanding that JLbe political rights, of recogniied'.by'lne gotern- mcnt, before U held. rcmartaSIa bold which the American athletics and sport galDPd Iri France will tho cnlry of Iho United States arrnr is being Il- lustrated in and there are indications that the return to peaceful conditions ;vill only augment this popularity. Corapeteut ohservors hold [Irnly to tho opinion .that Ike couiDg' years will a wonder- lul growth in international sport com- petition, the seeds of which have been sown by the soldier in khaki._and those who entered Europe with-him In advisory or olhe'r helpful-capacity. That the French army authorities realized the value at athletics as es- emplltied by tlie American soldier and sailor is shown by the appointment pi special inslruclors from Hid" Y: M. C. du Soldat ranks. These PATRICK' SIGNS OA.TMAN VICTORIA, Dec. Lester'Patrick today sfen- up Eddje' Oalman, former maiiaeer of the Po'rlland club, tojplay for .Victoria Ju the Pa- Hockey League, It is. expected that Oatman will 4 arrive in Victoria La the course of i feir Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY... rrORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage ?HONE10Z3 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. 4th Avenue Lethbridge W.H.DCWLINC W. L COOK mmm IE J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Mlkw at aattcrin Repaired and Work Motors Ltd. Irrigation Possibilities in Leth- bridge District Become More Appreciated Every to put i distribution olir- Thohias White, flnanco and _______, who. Toronto handed lo the CairnJian Press, calling aUenll lion to tl.c tilings considerable tleffree, were designed to Ration water In the Lelhbrldse-Coal- be When peace Is finally dale district ou a business, fooling concluded, or within, a reasonable were furthered on Saturday afternoon tlmo thereafter, U' is intimated that at a meetlug of about 50 of the mem- clemency may he extended, more par- j bers of Iho Coaldate-Lethbrtilge Wa- ttcularly to those whose senlcnces i fer Usera' association held ID St. Au- have been Jor long terms. guslia's hall .ivhen it was decided that 'organization bo proceeded with under [the Irrigation District Act, a piuTSn- statute. Last summer the CoaldaJe-Lethl- 1 bridge Water Users' association was I formad. to deal with the troubles .of the irrigation farmcrE or the. district. At thai time lllllc but preliminary or-1 gaalznllan work, was done, hut ficers were (clt to devise, ways..and means of putting the farmers on a; business footing so far as water dis- tribution Is concerned. The proposal now a'dopted fa, that district covered hy the. var: orga'ulzaHon is to he Divided.into TOnOXTO, Doc: In tin ad- dress lo the Canadian Club here to- day, Gen. n'inister ot mi- litia, aonounced (bat during the nvar more than CH.OOO. men h, througii the hands of ud passed sj'i sub-dlJtrlcls each organized undej Catiiftas -the Irrigalloa pistrict The pbw- he obssrvcrt. country- and arc already able to report encouraging progress- They foand theniEclvea confronted from the start conditions iT.al havo no parallel In the United Slates. At home Uie coach '16.SQO men uhb''came practically never has to teach, the touch with the recruiting authorities fundamentals of any game, his pup-Is j were struck off the strength' N ncquirlns those in childhood., But in "The two eels of figures thus ap- France athletics- must be "hnllt from greRale the ground up." Instead oE organizing) .___________L'_ and continuing sports that are already L tnown, the Foyer "du Soldat men must" he lUerally are affected. Thvee trustees for.'each WANT IT DISSOLVED lerallj pioneers'. I I Teach New Liberal and Ccirtnit political .the.first problemJsjfl _ Jsa_ch in Bavjrla h.ve I.unehed new games, the work" Is' necessarily elementary. Instead of taking mate- rial that 12 well grounded in thl things desired and putting a flac edge} on Ihe Individual skill and team work, the American working with the French inusL treat -his task entirely from the standpoint ol amusement and distraction. The Frenchmaji is 'by nature and temperament a sportsman and is able lo learn American, games quickly.! Unfortunately for the rapid growth of sports that refinire throwing and I caidilng there have been no games j generally played in France lhat de- velop. muacular coordination of the hands, arms and shoulders. For (hlsl reason baseball, basket hall and vol- ley ball will prove especially valu- able In giving the French a weir bal- IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Red at Moderate Cort YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Hiving Your RorHilrfna Done it tho Palace Garage. 2nd Ave. S. rrODOART t RAVEN AUTOMOTIvr ENGINEERS NEW MANAGEMENT 1 acquired all otier apart from thai preTlauely mod by njielf, In the butloeit known tie Bijou Motor Parlors, Ltd., am now living business my personal attention. The name has chanied lo the Bllou a new repair ibop bai btta injtalled, alt-nllcnt mad; to the building and every ftdmy provided lor to enture hftler service. Your business will be ftven careful and complete ratlifaclory attenlion. BIJOU MOTORS l of Owner, H. E. HenXenbcrger. Unfer Ptnonal "The esact number of enlistments rllstrjct are elected. 'Tho trustee's may reported up to November 15 was "taxes legally ori' Irrigated' land. said Gen. Mewburn, and, have the right to appoint a wa- "J- ttrmasler' to have sole charge o? the raaintenance' of private dltcHefi." and :he. division of the'water nmong.the Tanners under each IstRral.1. They) may acquire, a rjght of way the'j lalerals through a fanner's land in J much the same way as a railway tom-j pauy floei, mil that right of longs to the dlslrtct, so Itiat Umper-1 Ing with ditches Is an'offenEe. This gives the elected trustees complete control, and U Is.believed It will re-' suit In a'much. fairer distribution the water, while at the same time the Irrigation company will have an- otli- clal body .to deal with, in case ot any (rouble arising. The meeting appointed F. H. Pelera, commissioner of irrigation, who'.was present al.the D. S. Paw- son, secretary ot the association to arrange for the formation of the six sub districts i under the act and the' election of the trustee's. The Coai- dale-Lethbrldgc-Water Users' associa- tion will remain in existence 'to deal with larger matters of policy affect; Ing the sub-districts. Sam G.-Porter, snpnrinicndenl of Ihe C'.P.R. Irrlgatloa system with head-1 quartern here, was present Rt the meeting and assured the members a campaign for Ihe dlMoiutfon 6? the Bavarian soldiers' and work- men's council. They demand the temporary reinstatement of the old Bavarian, assembly as the only means-of preventing -allied occupation of Munich. hlng all accomplished by the Union gover, iue.it, which on Dec. 17 list, rcce.Yed n mandate from Iho people of-Canada. Lo vigorously iiroseculo the carry out for which the Union formed. The sluteiuenl'refers to tho national rcgfalnitloti of last June us havlne provpd; of USB In. providing "valuablc. fnformalloa for the" work -of recon- slrucilon. The the; 'inunlllonB Industry at'n'hfth tiegreeVoC clliclency by exleuske. crEdlls. Incre'a'sed Qgrlcultiirai .production through the government's campaign. The additional tniiition on war prof- Its and Incomes. The expanding revenues or Ihe Uo- lulnlou. The erldcnce of of Uio people in the big EucccKa-of the Vic- tory Bond succcsElul operations o[ the fooil j Tte aniliorizallpiT by- tlie: govern- ment- of Vie Invest.gallon hy local municipalities of the high cost of Ih'j ingr with of regulallng, oxceaa profltV -11' .The -adjustment. of lahor-dlaptitea among rallwav ,men .'hy .a .Canadian, hoard of with reference ro BOBW olher maltera in. connection with which Sir Thomas White takes credit on he- lialf gOTqmnient. unaQlmous vole tfio municipal council of Paris decided to'.confer up- on President WflSQh Iho title of Citi- zen of Paris, VTJLCAN (From Ilie Tho olecllcm of three councillor.! for Iho village on Monday ot Ihla week-' resulted In Mcssre. Stack and Huck luting elects-l. A. Itoy Uresaman, eon of Mr, aail Mrs. Joseph Cressman, "of Kitchener, Dnti, and nephew of Mr. Avenger of Aldei-sydc, died Friday, Dec. 6th, at I o'clock, noon at the ranch of Harry Streeler, near MaEenlia-. The community or Hold Hill deeply sympathize with their new pastor-lliD Hcv, Elgin nrough, and Mrs. Broiigh, In Iha joaa of llielr, second child, Elgin Mliiiorc Hrdugri, who died of Influonza. I'liounioiila of a severe type, .fol- lowing up the Spanish InMuettzaj caufi- ed Iho iloatlL at another o( Vulcan's yoijnB men in the tcrscm of.Ijyrry who passed away ou Tuesday, Dp.cc-niber 3rd, at hospital. ns Iitf was generally called, was uorn in. Madron, Mont- 's0 igornory. County; Ohio, ori the" Dlh oC 'n' 1 thus being 129 years and 9 months of age. A quid nnd happy wedding took place tit the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Sloven Forrester on Wednesday "af- ternoon, December 4th, In the preE- enco of only most Intimate friends, when Herbert Kffto waa united ill marriage to Jc3te C. M. Adamson, tho Hey. A. SchriE occurredvffn Tuesday evening otihis week of jfarnes David llve-veai'-old son of Mr. and; Mrs: Donald their home near TORONTO. Dec. Qulnn, Radiator Leaking? When 'your radialor leaks bring II-to us for repairs. We Im'c- the best equippeJ for .this _klnd of All radiators under our riifferenl processes arc guar-. anteedTeakproof on leaving Ihe' Bhop. Radiators put through differ- ent processes of'scraping, rins- ing and boiling before repairing. Shop nt tho.rear of Dallas llolel-on Maln's'treeC Lethbridgt Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. 6. Box 978 SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your bilt'ery. nseSa Terr cars. ful allenllon during' tio 'cold Cafl Our.Serfice and wo will Bend; for your bit- and Blpre Batoe durlns tha irlofer. at reasonable rales at our urj-to-datp Battery Station. 311 7th Strwt S. VULCANIZING RETREADING We bjrjiln to vffcr' In 1 K. FOR MONDAY fj D. SOg 1ith St. 8. Off. EIIJMn HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. Is glrlnc away a Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. TClio claims the presidency of the X.H. anced development. L. bocJfsj- association, has issued a Itnat Ibe comiiany wns only loo plcns- Withln the last few months the i statement lo the elfect thai profession-! erl lo do anything lo help along-the French military authorities have :al players who have played In the X.H. lorsanizalion and work with it to over-, this work of so much benefit, A. must not play hockey this winter come tho troubles of Ibe psat. where conducted upon an Informal until they have secured his Speaking to the Herald about Uie and voluntary bisis, thai they have which means that the professional war jirrigatlon possibilities in Southern 'AI- officially appointed foyer men In, Is still rrajins an bitterly as evc.r. berti Mr. Pawson declared charge ol athletics in fPvnral train-! The Tnrtfrrto Hortoj- club's sult'tlme would come when every second Ing camps and schools. In view of against the Arena company of Toron-lloot of water-available in the rivers the fact that demobilization Is ex-, to reached another stage this morning of Ihe south wonM be utilized for trial peeled to extend over a considerable' vhm lire mastrir-ln-cliambsrs-granted purpose. "Dry land farmers arv, bc- perlod these appointees and others i the former's stewards that the Arena ginning lo learn that land which Is are likely to retain their billets for a I produce all their hooks. Including a I cropped for eight or ten yoars loses long lime. Among those now serving1 statement of the Stniilsy Cup series, properties which bind it In this capacity are Included: Daily Snort Prooram court for examination- It was a dls- O7er ttl0 receipt! that preclp- It from blowing, no !hal they are be- ginning to think how they can -get It htated the present unaeltled condition into erass for n couple ot years to re- e resen unaee conon Lawrence O Connor, athletic rlircc- clraea illT, aelim 0 store the fibrous properties. "I know tor for the avlalinn school at Pau, ,_ho leased to ,he Aren.; !ono Mr. Pawson said, "who where the commandant, has ordered- compary, lhal he tUou'.d have famed dry land on r. large scale at men on duty there lo devote three- a in the of these Chin a fen- rears ago. lie wouldn't quarters of an hour each day lo I lo accenl'a chccK consider an Irrigation scheme then, sports. O Connor comes from ror !6 M0 ln [ull for seaaon (Today he Is nuytng up every acre of land ha can. Southern Al- Is a great country under dry New York city. 'At Camp de'Cer, K. In Wlggln has assumed charge of the athletic program. Ele comes from Llmericfc Maine, Is a Eowdoin col- leje graduate, and was suporintcnd- of schools before taking up Y.M. work In France. Raymond L. Carries of Omaha Is directing sports at another training center In the southern part of France. lie is a Darlmoulh man and wag supervisor ot physical education Omaha. Tho sained In his work at l home has enabled hlrn'to achlcic slg- [nal .euccess ainDng the French stu- dents placed under his charge. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Corresponding Fares to Safe, Comfortable Travol en Other Eastern PoInU the GruUlt Highway Compirtment Observation Cars, Standard and TourfiC Steepen, Excellent Dining Car Service. soid during Cecernber ire good far 60 Evtenafon will he granted by a each extra fifteen dayi. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND J.-GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AQENT, CALGARV, THE VOICE.OF PERU T.UEXOS AYRES, Dec. new Peruvian newspaper been cslab- llshcd In Buenos Ayrca. H Is called f The Voice o{ Peru. .MAJOR FITZGERALD FOR LEAF'S PRESIDENT TORONTO. V'.c. v President Major J. P. Fltzger- alrl, of the Canadian league, who won the llllllary Cross for bravery arm who Is now over- se.u, has lioen suggcstcii as nnccessor to H. J. Farrcll as I president of the International Lf.nrae by James 5. SlcCaffrer, owner of the Toronto club. "Filz" via jporiing eiillor of a