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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE fcETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD THUliSOAY, DECEMBtilV'19, By G. McManiif ''BRINGING UP FATHER WE .100 HOT l'o ME61 HER TOVJ 3HOURS LATER- The Sport Page December 13, ISIS. Editor I.clLbrWgo Herald.. your December Issue you have on paee nine a nejfs Hem entitled. "Will be heard on Robbery Vice-President of fonnedicut Slate Game Hoard Positive Species Still Exists More Than Half of its Players [light, is not eslinct alter all? Opening of Boxing Season Finds Colored Glove Artists in Better Favor N. Manross, vice president of the C'on within recent months, and be has fur- Games May Be Sf'aged of Closed Rink is Being Shown one-hall of the baseball players jvho MILWAUKEE, Ibe open- Ins ot the boilns E'eaaon In tlie middle tional league for a greater part o! Iho west-the vounger members of ths mitt game are selling buay. Last season; the cams did not thrlva ia the middle west tsented in pretty mocli every branch were considerably more than rail wlilcli led up to Ilic ailvlanblllty of arresting and bringing before Hie Magistrate, one L. nidilvr, not Jtichle. as the papsr stales, who happened In ja a member of I'ollcc It Is slniply a ca'so oo far as Iho City "bf plain With Henderton Lake present- Ing the sheet of ice In "tv hiKloiy, nad with fine, moonlight nights into the bargain, the skat- ers' have been enjoying tnem- s-ivei to the full. The wind la'rl night Interfered with but that hit simply left the crowd more eager' to go tonight If the weather to calm. All of which goei to strait that the people of Leth- brldge are suffering from lack of gsod healthy winter tport >nd they will continue >o to suffer un: til Lethbridae cm bout a modern ice rink... That.ll Mmethlng that should come within the next year -and il will come if the people will only bssttr themselves- Meantime, while there it good ice at ihjs lake the hockey fiendi .are itching to get at it. Cappy Pdagil's Hasbeens and Herb Skelth's Bearcats are rarin1 to get il one another's throati with puck and stick, and a "challinch" may be expected any day. Then watch out for doings. There ire MVeral npw speed artists In the .riiy besides a number of the old puck chaiiri back frem the war, ywpj! would -liiorle'ln'lhe of the game could be staged. one and proved a "losing one tor the promoters. Many ol tho first-line box-; ers are on-tho other side now doins their bit. hut there are quite a number left -who ire still in 'ho same, with many, ol the youngsters coming lo the Trout." There may he another point that .111 help the game in middle wesl introduction of tho 'colored stars. It Is something new lo the boxing (am of the middle section as In the put. colosed boys have never been given a chance to snow bouts have alms cen frowned.upon, but contest bc- ween the best, colored Fighters Dave .ways been tolerated In the east and :her parta of the country. Since the colored soldiers hive been ent abroad to. fight lor Uncle Sam .ere no good reason why these olored men jhouid not be fak- have with the in.Ilt game. There have een some wonderfuirj clever boiers mons them, like Sam Langford, Jack ohnson, Sun Mcyey. JOB Jeanette. larry Wills, Kid Norfolk, Jelt Clartt, ot forgetting" ina late Joe Cans anil TO ALLOW SUBS IN SOCCER. Tha AJlied-American Fonlbjll asso- ciallon of Philadelphia, o'na ot the prpmlQent soccer football leagues. o' -the Quaker- City, hid -adopted. 2 mle ng tha Enhsntnllou of a player in all matches of the organization In the event that a player Is Injured. The referee 'of the match Is to'ba tho judge of permitting the substitute to used. H was made ta order to asils In popnlarlzlcg the game and becanii in the laws of thi JUEB, pieventlns the nse t( 'anbBt! tales. HINISTEH OF WAR HEdGNB COPENHAGEN, Dec. Ludsberg, secretary of publicity I Ibe government, hu ai noanced to tie congress of soldier irortaen Inat Cos. Schuesh, th Prnsclan mlo Ester of war, has luo contro- versy between tuo City Provincial Police will wax warm beloYe the caso Is finally settled as II Is understood "the Provincial Police believe there Is game, is very positive that ho lias something behind Ihe caso which does seen several individuals of iliis species not appear on Ibe surface." This is construed by many huve reml the news Item nnd spoken to me about It, as meaning that the Provincial Polio) think that the City j Police are in some way connected ahons. This reads In part as fo.lows; "JJ" framc.up. wliai "About Ihe middle of May, while I [ho provincial Police may mean If fishing with a friend at Grannls pond their view Is properly "Interpreted by Soulhlngton, Conn., j-our -news. Item, but I do know and ounce, I discovered emphatically sUle here that there is three passenger pigeons perched on a io participation In this caso by the LONDON, following rllculaifa- arc nvuilablo of v deoda vhlch were rccogulzed by tha'.con-- Icrmcnt ot Iho Military CIOH: Cnjil. Diinlol lllsfcll. Kindereler, led lilB coinpany In aplen- did fashion against michlge fan netti, reaching final obJccllyeB, Lieut. Tliomna F. While- wood. Sask., dasheil forward Kith i mnclllno gun ti'ttlon througli'a lienvy lire, driving out the onciuy vi-ltli boiulis. Cain, lllmcr -Dickinson, Morjen. allonded wounded hi post- at; lacked liy enemy llylug very, low, when many casualties'occurred., Capt. Dasll OcorfiO, Sask., crawled to nn emplacement wllli three men apA killed all Iho .crew, Rapt, Jimes S. McGlashan, Van- couver, followed a tank wllh a ma. chlno gun la tlio enemy llnoe, HrlnK from the lop Into tho enemy, u Capt-, A.loxandcr McCrap, Wlnnl- lioz, ilecllned to rollre, nllhou'eh eerl- uusly woundud In tho face, the posltioh was captured. 13. II. llllno, Wlnnlpog. al- tllough Bovcrely wounded, would not leave tho trench until (he lino was eslablbhcti. FIRST OFFICIAL CALL LONDON, Dec. W; Davis, the new American ambassador nt ilon, made his first official call today, when lie. wont to tho foreign olftco lo BCD A. J. Dalfour, the foreign score; within a few days. duly on behalf of a person who claims I The now ainbasjador mil pro- to have been robbed ol a considerable 'sMt hlu crodcntlals lo King sum of money. nccMtso; unfortunnloly, the trail leads to n member of tlie A. P. P. force. ia no! a good enough excuse Lo desist. The complulncnt wants jus- tice and 'especially, what evidently In- terests him most, hla money back. I think It.lS'U pity that you should; even "if -unwillingly, by Insinuations throw aspersions, on Lho City 'Police Forco when It js only performing its jiiain duly.' D. L. HAH DIE, Mayor, hall with Ihe 64 per cent, lo which John Heydler, acting prestdcn of ihe National league, has just fin Isbed gathering, show that 103 of It in Ihe service- ia entirely apartrTrom those who went into essential work. U means men in actual service with the army or navy. There is nothing whatever In these, figures suggestive'of slacker as ap- plied to professional baseball, players as a class. The players of the-National league did their share (ully ns fight- ing men. "The facts probably says Acting President Heydler, wLo is given to conservative statements, tree in plain view, not more than 50 feet away nnd almost directly over- head. There is .absolutely no doubt of their identity. "One" was a fine specimen of the full-fledged cock "thai DaEebaii .55- grcst-if sc-'- pigeon, with all the markings, .an- other was a full-grown hen pigeon, and the third individual a yearling 5 19 am cock with slightly i mottled breast. Ciiy Police (u any sense whaleverv other'Ihan Ihnt a charge .oft robber) vras-iild with Ihe Clly Police uy a parly iiamed Angelo Avion, claiming lo he robbed, as follows, takcri From Ihe City Police'Dlotler: Dec. 13-IS, tirealer per cent.' of .its employees Uian_any other occupation." A half dozen men or so lumped lo shipyard and Eteel leagues, hut twenty limes thai number were or are to be found in army camps, navy onJtghtlng ships or In the armies 02 .menjij the i Eerficejwere_ap- abroad. ommlsslon has given the latter con-1 portioned Iderallon and wants to do the nd fair thing with the colored GOLF GAMBLING BARRED. V.'azers n roll, games jintl in iQUiavLlle's "public parts have been prohibited hi the hoard of park com- nlastonera. It had come to the notice! These birds were OIL.the property" of the Forestville Fishing club. On Jiue '1 the three birds again" by a friend. and.oncjune 3 another friend saw Jho two old .birds. Knows Passenger Plcison. "I am Gl years of age; my first hunting was at the age of 13 years, and the first birds I shot_were passen- nigeon.i.. father had o.'pigeon bed' ;and many limes early- In the _ and Just at night I. .when a small boy, have been put with him and helped catch the birds. "Mourning doves, which, are fre- quently mistakfn Tor Lhe passenger pigeon, are very, common hero and I am thoroughly familiar wllh their markings." ai'r? iuanros'g ami iiiFei: ffitiii "observed .the birds at different times have maiio, affidavit lo (he fact thai "undoubtedly passenger Phone message received' from foreman of Federal Coal Co'., aj Ihe tha man was down "tnere complain ing of being bealen up last night. Advised him to send the the Station. "SHORT.1 Dec. 13-1S. Angelo Avipn laid 'informatipj afainst L. J. "Richler'of'commlt ting robbery with violence. "SHORT." '-.True copy of report received h, Short on Dec. 13, 1D1S from Cll .police record book. i Sydney Walli. The City Police at once slarlecl on 42; army 22; navy 32; aviation (vplun 7. Sisty-onc of the 103 play-j they were per and be- pigeons, fore the draft law became eflectlve-; Some years since, .various Indlvid- The 103 Tvere mostly players whojuals interested In the passenger took part in National league cham- pigeon offered a reward in excess of pionship games In 1917 or 1318. Of. (3000 for one discovering the next the twenty who dlrin't play In either'undisturbed nest of such a bird. This 1017 or 1918 championship cam-1.reward was" withdrawn a few years of the hoard that there was much pjigns eighteen had Joined their re- gambling, on pjgns n s and strokes, and epective clubi. They were full-fledged ;iiUlUllIL6 UU 6HUIC3 txllll U1IU 'that some jeopla Wire maklnf llv-1 ing on the links." members; they were on the payroll. In addition lo those In active scr- more than 100 players found es- cnllal employment either during or JUNIOR CHAMPS RETIRE TORONTO, Dsc. La Salle institute of Toronto, list season'3 junior champions, retired fiom.competition In tbe Ontario' Hociey Association. f. J) .-f .-e .-j S. Crandell, assistant curator of birds at the New York Zoological ust alter the pennant season, in ord-j gardens, states that Ihe passenger nance, in nitrate and 'steel works, pigeon can be bred In captivity wllh hipyards, airplane factories or on; comparative ease. I arms- They became directly, product-: .More.Than Billion in One Flock. ve In various ways and more than i Audubon ci'timnted that an average IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cott YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Hiving Your Repalrlr.; and Overhauling at the Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. STODDART RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS ago. The last known individual of the species died in captivity in the Cin-1 cfnnatl Zoological gardens September TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 41B FIFTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL FIX IT DEMOCRATS BIG LEAD NEW YORK, Dec. Smith, governor-elect, lacked only votes of trpbling tho lead of Governor in. tlie count, completed to- day, of ballolB "cast, by New York clly soldiers and sMlora.ta the Xovem icr gubernatorial election. He .recelv. ed a toialot ll.Clp votes, aud Mr. Vhitinan only The nddltion of the soldier and sail- or voles.gave'these'totals for tlie two candidates: Smith, 2D0.997. THREE MEN ARRESTED CALGARY, Deo. :iave been Issued-for. Ihft apiiear'anco In" the police cohrl on -Wednesday morulng of.J.'T. Dee, manager ot.'thej -Spring'1 Urcwlng and P. j> JItjrauus and Thomas It. Stone, manager of ihe hotel, ilpori charges of keeping llriuor for sale, Qnd Rljo under the o'rder-ln- councli .forbidding the Importing, of liquor into the. province. This Is in connection wllli tho haul p? -cf -whlskEy mailc by the police on Friday evening last from Ihe cellar of a vacant house. 4 4 sroiACEig Willard one received the commendation of his I of these pigeons contained a- employer for diligence and inlelli- billion aiul a auarler birds, which con- genco in his Job. Some were promot- i sumsi more than bushels of ed. They brought adaptability, learned j mas( a feeding. William B. on the ball fielrl, to Iheir work. CARPENTIER IS COMING SOON Mcrshon, In his book. "The Passenger glvca April, 1506, as Ibe last authcnllcatixl report of.thoift pigeons having been seen In Ihe vrlld. This Is Bur- A report cornea from reliable sourc- based on a statement by John Bui es that Georges Carpenlier, Ihe'roughs, the irell-Xnown naturalist, I French heavyweight champion, Is c6m-, the that one of hla friends, Ing to (he United plates Ibe first otj Charles WW. Benton, saw a, large the year, and be Is coming lo Ugh'.; flock of the pigeons near Praltsvilla, any oce the promoters want to dig up Greene county, X. Y., ia April of that 1 year- The Judge C. Dccman ot Denver. Col.. In an article contributed Auto Repair HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. i 4Lh Avenue S., Ltthbrldge W. H. COWLING W. 3. COOK Radiator Leaking? raflialor leaks trlng for .repairs. liave Uie best equipped shop .in town Tor kind o[ work. All radiators repaired under 'our dircerenl processes arc nn leaving the shop. Ilatllators pnt through dilter- cnt processes .of scraping rins- ing and boiling before repairing. Shop at the .fear or Dallas Hotel on Main Street. Lelhbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 973 SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your, .battery needs .very care- ful attention during" the coM weather. Our Service Depairtihent and we will send for your bat- tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rales .at .Battery Station. 311 7th Street p. _ Phone 616 AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES VE-TREADINO REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip. mcnt for film Cut Ilcpalrs. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills 'HOW MANY BEANS THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a J1M.OO Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. for him. This certainly ought to he good news for light fans, promoters and Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEARED-TO-THE-ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO QIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS [N SECOND HAND CARS. BLJOU MOTORS -THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Management, :FFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, AJ JERTA boiera, as the Frenchman Is a vcrjlto a sportsman's publication In 15H popular champUm on both sides ot Iho stated that up lo 136S there was only- pond. a slight lessening ol the numbers ot the Wllh a brilli'aiil career, and Ibe plgeoa their Illghls prospects ol a. fortune ahead ot did not entirely cease until Urns he Joined the French aviation corps I after 1SSQ. As lato as according at the oulhreak of the war 1n 1514 Judge Ihcrc was one neat- and has been In active service everting pro-jnd In Michigan was 4 since. all tho hardships on the; by 28 miles In area. ballls front he hag comt lafelj-lalso reported In .Michigan late aa through nnd hcs made a comchack that. U truly remarkable. he arrives arrangement will 1SS5. In connection Tvtlh Manroas' report It la Interesting (o note that three men very UXely be made lo have him meet' of AmAterdam, N.Y.. sludenls ot birds, Jack Dempsey, and a boot between'..declared recently that they saw- a them would be a hosdliner that would small (loch of pisscnser pigeons some.- EO a long way toward bringing the inhere between West Calwar and boxing eatr.c to life again and waka Chnrltoii. An account of their dlscov- Iho drowsy fans out of a trance that baa held them for nearly two roars. U needs a man lite Carpentlev to JKtarL the ball rolling again, and he Is the boy thai can do il U aoy one can. The Frenchman needs money, as he [3 down lo his last dollar, and he in err was published tn Science ot No- vember I. EXIDE mm J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Mikci of Batterlet Repaired and Work Guaranteed. Letbbridffe Motors Ltd. 6-0 SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME IN Eastern Canada Corresptnding Fares lo Sate, Comforlable'Trave] on Other Eastern Points Ihe World's Greattlt Hlghwsy Compartment Observation Cars, Standard''and'Tourlrt Sletpcre. Excellent Dining Car Service. Tlckcti lold during December are good for days. Extension will be granted by a payment of J5.00 for each extra fifteen days. FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE- 612 J. E, PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. I TWO YEARS TO RETURN i TO NORMAL CONDITIONS AN'AWDMS. M.I. rice. least a year, perhaps IW.T years, will be lenrfs to extend his campaign all over required before the tUtion can rolurn the counliy, and It is YiHhln normal pcsce renditions, and "TVO lo helleve thai Dtnvyr will see thcjwiil he fortunate [f contlltiona abroad great boxer wield the mills al the; make riemobnimtton possible at so Stockyards slaiitnm vvllh some good early a paid Secretary (here today. J HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? llylands fc Co. arc glvinj; away a Fnr Coil worth til 50.00 Freo' for Ihe nearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale of U.OO or over. If You Need ,New Tires SEE us Ue can SSVP, you money. Special reduced ptkcs until her 31at Come In and fjiamlnc our slock. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION LEAVE YOUR OlO TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED BOX ;