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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK LETIinmpr.K DAILY, I1KIUI.D HUDAY, toia "BRINGING UP By G. McManus Hr OCCUPY A DUIkir n.L r-tn IF. HM} HIT ME van THAT Gerinaii rlrca.i a( often call- ed tlin (llbraUnr o'. lha Hliloe, Just icross Hie rlver'from Cobleni, ti bolus prepared for occuimtloh by Ibe Amer- ican Until Dec. 5, tlio day at- ler Ilic American advunco guard or- rived In CoLleiiz, tho forlrcas bis been occupied by ncrcral reflmenla of Cer- roans. Since Ilie-n, (ortrcai )mi heen cleaned throughout by German soldiers, nsMsteil by ot women. The fortress and tho grounds occupy more than 100 neros on a rocky prom- onlory, which Is 400 tcet above tha river. Each nlElil on (be forlrus Bum- ink Ilic Ogrmuns build a. ImKO bonfire ot llio rubWsli ar.cumulnled bj tta day's cleaning of Ibe MILK OF WHALE MAY SOLVE THIS PROBLEM The Sport Boston Red Sox Are Prepared For the 1919 Baseball Season BOSTON. Dec. is appirent that Ihe Boslon Hed Sol. world's champions, will have in abundance of material from which to select club, now that iascball haj been ra- itored to good standing in the eyes of the government. the United States entered the wir. many ot the Red Eoi entered the naval reserves, and while but tiro or ol them took part In aellre ser- vice, they were lost fo Doston, list eeaaon, which caused Harry Fraiee, lha owner of the club 16 close deal whereby he got the pick of the Phil- adelphia. Aliletlcs. lha season ended, several ether players were drafted. Being now in training camps In this coun- Iry, they will be mustered out s-er- vice in tlie near fulure. Most of In Ibe navy also will be released. Those who played with tho cham jlons Inroush tie season and also on hand when the world's ser- ies was played and -were Inducted into Bonlce later were First Bise- min Mclnnes-, Pilcber Hayes, Pllcber Pertica and Catcher Mayer, while Pitcher Leonard i.i enrolled as tmck private. The return of those now In service Trill give Frazee the following plav- from which (o select a team: Pitchers Slays, Ruth, Leonard, Shore, Pennocs, Pertlca, Kln- nty and Dubuc. Catchers Schang, Aghaw and ilayer. Mclnnes, Qalnor and Beallsy. Second Bucmen and Janvrin. SioiistopJ Scott, arid Cooney. Third Bssemen Thomas, McNally xnd Cotrey. Left Fielders Lewis tad Wnlleman, Center Fielders Strunk and Shcrtan. Bight Fielders Hooper, Walsh and Smith. First Baseman Dick HoWliel! Bight be Included, but It Is unlikely ttat he will return to baseball when bis military lerrlce Is over, as lie is A captain in the dental branch of the Harold. .Jajivrln Is anoint who may not return, as he hag eamei a commission In the army, a he has not gone overseas. Neither Is It certain Bar TT will return to tia Red SOT unles ft Is merely as EL player. Jack manager ot the team prior to hi ss a yeoman, and It during fils administration (hat Bos km falliJ tor lha only lima In (ou yean to Kin the league pennan Fnzeb Ii said to be well sitisiie -with Ed. Barrow as pilot of his team ud It Is thieved Ed. will be retalne for the' feafeon vi 1919 at least. A a result, Barry msy he sold or traded .o aome club In need of a manager or second jacker. Even without these men, Boston will hare a wonderful .irray of talent from which to select a team Jor nen year when Shore, Lewis, JIcNally, Shorten snd are added to an aggregation that won a world's ser- ies. of town turc. compelled lo go without or haul water during certain purls ot tho day. Now ibo- town Is taking n tliu number of slock being vrutercd and ivlll ask the owners In pay fifteen cents per beid per month! until Ihe first of April, 1319. Dr. Hull Visits Town With Spec- ial Pictures oii British Navy New York Sports Endeavor to Discover if Dcmpscy is Comer at Heavyweight Lathered Money Lenders Two Out of Three in Five-pin Encounter There rcre some close shay.ea and short change at the Alleys last night when the Barbers and ankers tangled in. a gama ol live Ins, the Barbers pruning off enough mber to the first two win. IB set, two out -of: three, It tie ankers bad been playing Monte arlo money they claim Ihe- result would have been different. The Bar- era weren't gmcg any bargain haves, however, and toppled the mber in fine style. The Bankers fin- shed strong, with a. IGO-garae, high th e evening. McKay ol the lank era was high single with 19 (or ils third game, while Hopper of the Jarbers annexed the for high otal with 107 for the three games, "ha scores: (By I3il! Iii New 'York, meaning the sparl- ing geniry 6[ thai great city, they are no "longer trying to solve the afe of Ann. Xo _ V Crooked managers and-lighters'are again Irving to nicx' the 'goose', which for the lasl few years has been liy- ing "the solden cgss fcr ihe flelil promoters. What (be New York spot-id are try- ng to determine these days of much peace and thanksgiving is.' whether Jack TJeniptioy la a real comer as a ur u-betlier "he is an- other of the long iisi 01 eajy money getters which have been loitered up' oa a long silvering public. by anil large, after care i reading-of all the written palaver I the board of trade to take up as soon as the president and the secretary re- OJT Coi trspo CA11USTON', Dec. people Cardotou aro wonilerin? why tho j mails tliai come by the schciluletl! [relg'at do not arrive carllfT, U is the general linprrsslon the train, j should arrive here by 3 p.m. on.Mou O'rcm Our Own CorrtauomJent) ItAVilONU, Dec. Raymond now boasts of one uf tho. ucsl garages hi (lie province. U is a brick building. sieaiu heated ami well lighted. It U fully equipped with the most modern day. Wednesday and Friday. ThB conveniences. Tho tnvnere of Iho gar- fact is that it Is usuaMy much later, r are thi rd aBents for anywhere Trom 5.30 lo 6.30 p.m. and' ngirjctp McBsr.i. and mail cannot be receivoil until alter business hours. This is a matter for There -will Ve plenty doing during the next weeks. Tomorrow night lha Sunday -Schools arc giving a Christmas celebr-illon and tree in the -i cover from the Influenza. Whether wanj Salurday more of this organisation may be hl the 3llDriay nrc flic led or not your- correspondent is unable to say. however if they all get it, possibly the board of trade may take some action to remedy conditions nn a comcdv "Stubborn Motor by A. B. Wlllfs, which ts full ol fun and in the opera house. Last Saturday tilgnt tho Sunshine SALHM, Ore., Dec. milk may uome day settle Hie question oC milk supply for Oregon, according lo Slalo Veterinarian l-orjle. who is en- tirely KerlouH in Iho matter. "The milk said Mrf. Lyile, "may bo swatted EOHIQ day by domobtlcitllng the v.-hale. With whole 1'iclflc Ocean as a farm, tlia domesticated whalo would put tha I Oregon dairy business oa a. ma Mr. Taul Nakumum Tew days Tor Japan to leaving In a u month or BO with his ugeil mother hcfom leaving (or York whcro he In- tends to spend (he next eU studying. I-YJcnila ol Mr. nnd Mra. U. II. Smith will be pleased to learn that a new arrival In tlio form of a boy, came lo their home Dec. 3, In Salt Lake City, where Mr. Smith. Is taking hla last year In medicine at tlio, University o( Utah before leaving for Iho cast, where ho -will comnleto his course. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS on Mou-lay from T.elhbrltlge, where his llitle daughter. Ida, is recovering Irom an operation due to abscess, caus- by uneumonta. Under Ihe circuru- L stances that the lilllp girl lives is truly remarkable.. Dr. P. M. Campbell bell'performed Ihe surgical work at the Gait hospital and thd- pal- i ient is doing eiceedinjly well. Many comiig by {be way of Gotham H j faere ana al LcavJtt will De Bankers 26 SO O'Connor MacLean Totals 19 L'6 29 33 21 2 32 2' would seem that lieaipsey is another clock, without they are encised-in'million's o.( iniTes "ol adhe- sive mystery ihal is being quickly'solved. the" kettle and the Pot Old I3at Masterson, the fair, but always Sard to please, kinda tears lid 'off things In such a "way that Sunny; Jim Coflroth. who was Import- JQal lo stage fights for the "war work campaign, cornea in for a neat scoring. Viewing the whole thing (rom this lar off an- gle, it strikes :a case of the kettle calling the pot black. The trouble grew put ot the at- tempt of the gang behind to frame a fight between the; much-tout' ed Dempsey and an old ha's-been fight er named Joe Bonds, a treU recog- nized victim of locomotor ivllh the health situation. gavc one o[ ,ne most apprcclat 51r. C. J. Olsen of Leavitl, returned ed dancec of the Eoason. The hall lecoratcd most artistically In Japanese and designs, of seventy Ive couples were present. All the sur towns and country were rep< resented. Punch served. The club made a ii'.lle sum lo replenish he depleted purse which Iho 'flu epi demlc caused by ihelr buying flowers 'or Ibe patients. IOn Monday last Ihe navy orgariiza .Ion of Raymond was very fortunate n getting Rev. Alfred Hall, D.D., o Toronto, to come to Raymond will eight reels, exposing Gorman csplon age in Drllalu, and showing the Drit ish navy. Dr.. Hall entertained the school children for an hour or more in the afternoon. Some of the.TJeopl who saw tha lilins and heard the Ice lure were heard to remark: "N'o wond er Germany dlrln't dare leave Kiel. Mr. Brvln, of Calgary, .was also a vis itor wllh Dr. Hall. So many people in Raymond ar watering slock with city water tha many of the houses in the upper par pleased to know of his daughters fav- orable progress. Mr. E. L. Jessen has been nfTlicted with rheumatism for some time past aad'of late has been confined to the house, His genial presence is raissed by all the business people of the as ha is our very popular dray man, and his Ford truck Is the first In the town. He Is reported slightly better the pisl few days and.hls good lady-la looktag after the management ol business very ably. Mr. X- -_X. Hill Spring was a recent'visitor at Cardston after nine illness with rheumatism. He wcakvbuL is rejoicing _ at being able to get again. I The holiday traded at Ils height anj the stores all present a veir, o Bonds was purely and simply -fZ 79 tlcket fighter, it seema, willin Coleman JEllls Lanfiry Hopper Totals 126 119 160 Barben 23 20 S4 35 SI 25 23 murdered if necessary by Dempsey for 550- The poor devil needed the money. Morgan Spills the Beans Well, the beans were spilled by one ataxla. striking appearance (n. their season- meal [able decorations. H woulJ be diiricult to te to' saya whose display is Lest as all are very pleasing. Business is report- ed as good by all the merchants but It is also said lo have fallen oK very perceptibly from lasl .year due to the crop condltl ns. 16 40 22 135 IK.153 -135 RETURN TO WORK Danny Morgan, manager of the The large now blackamilh sliop re .J5__ gjj.fcated Fighting I-evinsky, whom] cently erected lo the south of the recently knocked out, kick-; Madden Garaga is nearin.g completion ing., Danny scrambled around :D tlic i and'wli] hu the largest and best built fighter scrap heap and up any In ihe town. Its proprietors, Jeannette, the antiquated nigger Dempi'Cy rcrcsed to Jighl the ne MANCHESTER, Dec. The strit- TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THc RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL FIX IT W. C. Kindlay, British Columbia's former prohlbttion comnilasioiiEr, reported to have Tlcil Lo the Untied Slates. AnothcT ndvance In the feminist movement took place when the United Farmers of Ontario adrnlUcd womon OD equal basis with men. Ontario farmers In coovenllon went on record In favor of tariff revision. J. C, Rrady, cigovcrcor ol Alaska, s deed.- Tlio population of Manilola Is now placcil at oarts In Manitoba to exlcnd nilcs, at a cost of ;mvn n iirojccted by (ho mualctpuHMes 19L9. itiolh tscale. arn manmls, inch of which furnishes about a bar- ct or milk at a mlrkiUE, and. at they arf. u IKllo too shy 0 Lo exactly clussod easy mllkori, oitic Oay they will be domesticated." Dr. Lytlo RUggesta plat-Ing a aheep or two on every lawn (n Oregon C.H 1 more Inmioditio means ot curing bo milk and wool shortage. "A tood sheep of lone or medium, wool will give as much milk aa a milch goat, nnd U la tho lineal on- nlnablo for infants. In addition, 'rom to (S worlli of wool can La obtained. IE Iho lamb Is raised, can Lo obtained lor U at thrco it-, but, of course, It the rnllh Is wanted tho lamb must be sacri- ficed." A NEW JOB A. P. Wilson, for some time freight gent or the C.P.H. lierc, has been appointed joint agent of the A. C. and H. B. H. and Canadian Govern- ment Hallways at Hearst, Out, gro. and what Morgan and Dan Me Ing cotton operators hero'held ft mass Jeancetie'3 meecraz today and decided to return I to say about the affair to work at once. The operatives haye hten prinled on cepted the terms of an agreement by PaPcr- they will receive an Increase ol about 30 per cent, over their present sage i. IF YOU ARE LOOKING for. Economical and Real Service at Moderite Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Hiving Your and Q'-'trfliulIng F.I (he 3TOODART RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS There has been much chert in? o.F fighting trunks over the fiasco. Even the sporting Unioa. 9 tight lllllo co- of sporting vriters (from the box office point of comes In for a nice toasting. It was Morgan who refund let low Bonds to box Dehipsey. It r he who tried to suhsillute (or C1l-rl5lmu tt Messrs. Ceo. Blue and F. Eyre, are' tq be congratulated upon their enter- prise as well ns their foresight In scl ecllng KO conrcnitnt a location on the jmain St. V s Disposes of Holding Mr, Geo. A. DHCP, recently ot.Beazc, having disposed of his -to Mr. R. tTTadshaw and son, twecn Or. Klackpoolc's residence anil that of Mr. -1. C. CahcoV-The location I is one at ifie uesi in iiie town ?nrl i 'I house will be in keeping therewith. [Mr. Ducc and lamilv expect to occupy are Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. cor. 3rd SI- 1 4th Avenue S., vHlitjrWgc W. H. DO.WLING VI. S. COOK Christmas Fine Line of Candies WE HAVE THE BEST FANCY AND _ whom Dompsey o ]ca5el, lo fim- 1 ihc rnvr TrSo-u i-i_ box that (he row: There u; j- a chance a m one, Judging things j al ,hoir presencc the Rood from reading, that 13empsey .may not; have Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER QBAREOTO-THE-ROAD TIRES, GUARANTEED TO GIVE SVTI3FACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Undsr New Management, PffTH STIEET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TRAINMASTER AT IGNAGE I A. A. Smllh, former trainmaster of the C. P. n. here, has been appoint- ed Iralnmasier of tne C. P. R. at IB- riace. Out. "SILK'" AT DEATH'S DOOR BOSTON. Mass.. Dec: Francis (SilR) O'fxjushlln. Ani- erlcan league is serl- 111 at hi? home here. He was stricken with Influenza laal r'ritfar and the disease quickly developed inio pnenraonla. The last rlTes of the cliurch have hien p.dnilr.ijtcred. Since cloie of ths eesson he haz connected wllh Ihc depart- ment of justice anj was reronl- Ij assigned lo the HoMon IrkL Ihe .he moonlight lias been perfect, conse- quently the young (olka have enjoyed themselves greatly and ever, a few oliler beads have remembered their youthful sporls and participated !n Ihe good times. Mr. II. Heal, our photographer, is also one of our best akatcrs and dops aome very pleasing Blunts in fis'irc work on the Ire. Trips from Cardston lo the St. Marys I and return are frcquonlly made Iheao j evenings, aa the ice !i Rontl Tor most ths dislanco. EXIDE BATTERY J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makti of Bitlerics Repaired and Work Guiranteed. Lelhbridge Motors Ltd. qY AUTHORITY? Ikr. [ion asking thr. slate department to inform the rcnalc whether the Amer- lean rcacc are artvoc- vjatlnjr of German warships or olhor property 2nd if so by what anlhohtj- was introduced today by Minority leader Lodp; and Tfln referred lo the foreign relations com- laitlesi. 6-0 ED KENNEDY'S Lethbridgt Radiator Leaking? V.Tien your Tdtllalor bring it to us (or repairs. We have the host eriulppecl shop In town for this kind of work. All radinlors repaired under our riiHerent procoasRa arc guar- QnlceJ le.ikproof on leaving tbu Ehop. llarlialors rut tlirougli differ- pnt processca nt acrdplng1, rins- ing and liolling lief ore repairing. Shop al Ihu TCBT of Dallas Hold on .Main SlrecL Lethbridge Radiator Repair Slalion Phone 309 7P. O. Box 37ft SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needi Tery care- ful attention during tkt cold weather. Call Our Smfct Department and we will send for your bal- tery and slorc during tha winter at reasonable rates Rt our up-lo-dato Dattery Station. 311 7th Street S. Phonn (U AUTO TIRES 'VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES By the Famous llaywood System RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experienced Workman. All- work guaranteed. Special Equip. ment for Him Cut Repairs. R.D.RITCHIE 13th St. S. Opp. Elllion Mill. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The IIudlon'3 Dij Co. Ii giving away, a Victory Bond lor tho nearest estlmalo. K You Need New Tires SEE us MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? P.rland.i ft Co. aro Riving avay a Fur Coal worth S1SO.OD Free [or Ihe estimate. Also Ibrcc otbcr valuable prizes. A coupon wllh salo of }1.00 or over. fjn nave' yo'.i irtoncy. rn'liiccd prlcoa until JDccem- Ijtr.Slfll. ;'Corap Jrj cramlnc our slock. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROI1 BOX ;