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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE DAILY DECEMBER 1018 It BRINGING UP FATHER By McMftmis i ME WPf I I OVIT MEE J I Mltf TO Slf The Sport Page is DEMPSEYS MEAT fcayoed in Minute of What Wai to Have Been 20 t Round Battle NEW of claimant of tho Jiearyweight knocked ant Carl of In the flitt round of their scheduled 20round boat hare after one minute of Morrig did not regain consciousness for about four minutes ofter the fral lop The knockout blow was a abort left book to the delivered during period hard Many of the 7000 spectators bettered for a time that Morris had slipped and fallen as the blow was visible only to near the The bout started with a brisk ex change of short After breaking from the first Dempsey rushed Morris near the ropes and during tho infighting delivered the final Morris did not regain consciousness for four v Demptey weighed in at 185 pounds and Morris at They received 000 and Dempsey was a favorite in the bet as high as five to one being offered that he would knock out Mor ris and six to five that Morris would not last three The bout was held in an open air TWO BURNED TO DEATH men were bursei to death and five others were taken to the hospital suf fering from burns and smoke suffoca tion as the result of a flre broke out this morning in a mens lodging It is feared that the investiga tion will reveal more bodies in the The cause of the flre has not been Perfectff or the Pipe keeping its rich moisture and fragrance unimpaired for any length of and burning slowly but these are the qualities which you will find in mgffMJLmaL 20 cents The Perfect Plof Smoking Tobacco Slice a fresh from the just when you want fill your pipe not too light up and you will enjoy a amoke of real Try TW leekCkf Tshscca IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at the Palace 2nd STODDART A RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS FOOTBALL PLAYERS KILLED Decrease in Fatalities Due To Proper Physical Training Says Stagg claim ed the lives of nine players during the 1918 less thanthe 1917 nine less than in 1916 and seven under the toll of according to fig ures compiled by the Associated Press In 1914 there were 15 Virtually all of the victims were free lance players not participating in games conducted under college and university physical Some of them had only limited knowledge of the The figures will continue to de crease until fatalities in Americas roughest outdoor game have been en tirely Bald the veteran football coach at the Uni versity of He added that the greatest menace to the game is the lack of proper training and pro per physical While some of the larger high schools now require physical in most of the smaller cities this is entirely NOTED STALLION T UNDERSTAND THE ELECTION APATHY In the Old Soldiers is Now Pro ceeding of BARONS LIKELY TO HAVE ELECTION Famous Hackney and Sire of Many Show Ring is ho More Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEAREDTOTHEROAD GUARANTEED TO GIVE A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE Under New FIFTH STREET SOUTH ALBERTA News of the death in England of the famous hackney j the leading eire of highstepping har ness was received by Secretary Charles Smith of the National Horse Show and the anj nouncement will cause a great sur prise in horse show circles and hack1 ney The descendants of the dead stallion had for many years been noted in horse shows as winner and made a record at the recent exhibition In Madison Square which horsemen say is without a In the harness classes the get of Mathias won nine first includ Ing tho championship for horses ex ceeding and in the hack ney classes they made a clean taking both the championship and reserve championship for stallions and also the championship and reserve championship of For the firat in 33 years at the both champions were 3year while both reserve champions were what was still more all of these winners were by the same Three of the four horses in the champion class were bred and exhibit ed by Judge William who also bred and exhibited the champion j harness an well as winner of fhS WaldorfAstoria j cup Molina and Seaton winners of eight first prizes in including the fourinhand challenge cup valued at for the best fourinhand team of registered hackneys bred and driv en by th The sire of all of Judge Moores winners was tho 11yearold bay stal by Mathiaa out of dam of Queens Favour and Queens a noted pair of high j stepping harness homes imported from England by tho late Alfred Vander bill and exhibited by him at the Gar den almost 1C years Judge Moore imported Marlboro from England in and his oldest colts hero are five years of His owner keeps the horse exclusively for his own breeding and as he i has only about a donen mares to mate with Marlboros family is a very j small With one exception every foal by him thus far has bgeu either i bay or brown in It Is estimated that Judge Moore expended about for show hornet before he be gan breeding but the rolts ly Marlboro were old enough to show Canadian Press correspond strikes Canadians most about the election cmapaign which closed with the polling on Saturday is j its extraordinary no was because all parties seemed I agreed that Premier Lloyd George was certain to be returned by a sub stantial with the posj sible exception of none of his i opponents would welcome a different The in agreed that the man who made victory pos sible is the man best fitted to under take Where diver gence of opinion exists is over the character of the coalition behind Should Be More Representative It is undoubtedly unfortunate that his government is not more widely especially ot All London papers agree that no basla ie offered for an estimation of the results because too many factors en tered into the there was the womans on Sat by all outnumbered there was the aggressiveLabor whose measure of success be guaged only when the vote Is With this is coupled the political future of that historic Liberalism loyal to there is the absentee soldiers which can be counted If received by the mail of December 26 Are Apathetic Returning from the Rhine through your correspondent made in quiries wherever possible of British units concerning their attitude to ward the General was that the men wore con seqUently vote records will be but a moiety of the The reason often given was the men feel the elections should not have been held until demobilization was com and In a few cases It was added that soldiers on their return will take the situation Into their own The distribution of ballots Is also far from Polling day Itself was the flattest thing Hitherto elections have a season of national and spread over three with stump general turmoil andexcite ment passing progressively through the with climax after climax as the vote was Holding the elections in one day cut out these picturesque and the ardor of political enthusi asts was still farther dampened by the postponement of the declaration of the result for a Radical Reconstruction Behind all this is the grave senee of national new new groupings and radical reconstruction of the states Dull though it may be on the indications are not lacking of the seething unrest be Competent politicians consider that even though the Coalition gov ernment is returned by a substantial majority it is only a makeshift to tide the country over the reconstruc tion which before long must give way to a new wherein the old parties have no and a powerful Labor party will be one of tho main i HIS FIRST SPLURGE Aa nmuaing story told by Sir Doug las Haigs Lieutenant General is going Two Irish soldiers in his old regi ment of the Koyal Inniskilling Fusi liers were digging themkelves a sixfoot found himself by tho shortness of his entrenching and he continually paused and straightened himself to ease his aching During these pauses Ills comrade became conver he askod what wad ye do wi a million pounds Add four inches to the handle of this shovel replied he has purchased and yet has been more uurccuHful than before as an exhibitor of harness horses and From Our Own CorresnondenM postponed nominations for the town council were hold yesterday when the following gentlemen were Hugh J Delany and William Yen Presumably the election will take place oh The In epidemic has apparently disappeared from the last patient in hospital having been dis charged on There was one death in the country last Miss east of It Is that the country districts are now also free from the Taylor met an acci dent on which caused con siderable damage to his car and might have proved serious to While driving home from town the steering gear of his automobile causing the car to swerve and run into the The front axle and both front wheels were smashed and the engine was badly as well as radiator and other front portions of the but Taylor himself fortunately escaped without Hansenhas received discharge from the Royal Flying Mailer has installed a photo graphic studio at the Parsonage and is going in for professional photo poring the past week he took photographs of several groups of ith highly satisfactory re Malley is t cameraman ot considerable as his work conclusively i The Ford operated by jten denhall and has been sold to Rameril and Lafferty of The new proprietors took possession this of recently killed a pig thai when tip ped the scales at 591 was less than a year TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HELL FIX IT Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd 4th Avenue Lethbrldge DOWLINQ COOK EXIDE THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makts of Batteries Repaired and Work Lethbridge Motors co HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINI ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Rylands are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free for he nearest estimate AJio three other valuable A coupon with every sale of or MAIL FOR OVER SEAS has been received by militia depart raent from Sir Bdward maklniv H practical jiiifgestion for the bencdi of parsons communicating With the Canadian overseas during the period or It Is point ed out that during thli owing to the movement of difficulties wilt arloe In delivering postal The suggestion that the name and address of sender be clearlr written on the outslclBef all envelopes or par cels addressed to members of the over seas military force of This will facilitate the return to the sender of any postal matter which may prove Impossible to dellteri public in Oreat Britain Is beng ask through the press and by other to take similar SHOULD HAVE TOO Weekly Dispatch today peaks of strong feel Ing that Field Marshal who will and nt Dover on Thursday with his ought to be Accompanied by of and of from Our Own Wed nesday night the Chlneae Cafe here was raided by a detachment of the and as a result the proprietor Lee appeared before Justice of the Cranstotin and charged with running a gam ing Lee who evidently knew that the goods were going to be proved and as this was the second time ho hart been pleaded thinking that he might get off a little After consultation the justices fined him flOO and costs or two months in Lethbridge The flne was paid on the Friday Sunday school will commence here next after being shut for eight weeks owing to the It is hoped that all the children will be Sun day services have been held these last two Sundays and good congregations have been The Ladies Aid and Red Cross soc ieties are also to commence to hold their gatherings again this as the ban on all public meetings has now been On Saturday the committee who are looking after the interests of the Red Shield campaign for the Salvation Army held a tag The results of their eflorts were very ADHERE TO ALLIES EASTERN NATS V CAPS Sor DAP andhla LAP dis Bussing tho severance of relations bei tween Poland and the Petit Journal foresees an alliance in the near future of the Polish government j with the Democratic party of Posen German The Polish it contin is preparing to adhere complete ly tr the entente Radiator Leaking When your leaks bring it to us for We have the best equipped shop in town for this kind of All radiators repaired under our different processes are guar anteed leakproof on leaving the Radiators put through differ ent processes of rins ing and boiling before Shop at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Main Street Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 Box 978 SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Departnent and we will sendfor your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery S11 7th Street Phone 616 VULCANIZING RETREADING We have bargain to offer In 4 FOR MONDAY RITCHIE 208 13th St Elllton Mills HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay Is giving away a f Victory Bond for the nearest SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Dally Train Service Double Daily Train Service TransCanada to Toronto Corresponding Fares to Comfortable Travel on Other Eastern Points the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Standard and Tourist Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for 60 Extension will bo granted by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 612 DISTRICT PASSENGER If You Need New Tires SEE us We can save you Special reduced prices until Decem ber Come In and examine our BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK Lf AVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;