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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILY HERALD' MONDAY; Mcdlclno on yvetlnesiiuy lo lliu Llirlsliuau tnjlldayi with lly lime. Mra. Swaaion, (tether and fMM ivoro vliltori In Lclhbrldco during Uu returning on frlday't train, Miss Hamilton. of i> spending Hie holiday tenon wllh her alttcr, Mrs Deri Taylor, of tho SunalU Vlr.'snd Mrs. f. rM. Green' If Ft oil Saturday for Lo spend the Christmas with Ilielr daugh- ter, .Mrs. II. A. aillls, Wliat lovely weather lor outdoor ukatliiB we aro having, (A. (lowing well in a good, and r.oV a rink. Wlillo ft iimnber of children al Sdiserupek, [lelgtunj, Kere making' bonfires "with a Ceriuan wicker' shell basket tliell exploded, killing elglu anil Injuring 21 fhlldrcn. The Sport Page In plckloE out a shipyard berth can- not be condoned. He Is a man oul i. uniform 60 lar as baseball goes from now on. His days o' .300 hittiDS in tie major JeafUes are over. Joe Jackson Dutch" the White Sox Magnate While .Soi slugger, ii the only bis ot prominence irno will not a welcome from illie fazrf when all-major leafuers are aTlllable for bMebill duly, tf. V. fStzgerilJ, of ton. TUB shoeless one plcled up a shipyard berth after lie had been pUced in IbMft- by ayolded military temce. By tint he read ttlrmelr out of protesslon- al .bisefesll. Great player that he is. ha can neTer hops ajaln lo late his place nWi.tbe stars of tie game. Or- dinarily prone to forget the American not do 10 in tfce'Cfje. of the sluislng Chkajo outfielder. Through as he Is with, baseball. Jackson will go down In the records one ot the most remartable players ever cayortei in nlj leajae jptn- gles.- His battles earned him 1n LONDON', Ifcc. The British government has officially Baaclioned the rertTil o( racing and lie. sport wpl be resumed on a large scale.ii_.'131o: The Derby iriU be run. ,at Epsom Downs on June 4, and the big meel- jnrfi bare arranged. for Good- irood, Doncasler and AscoL -The sea- son vHl open wilh the Lincolnshire Handicap on. March 2A and later the Grand National Steeplechase rill be run-it; tlverpool.- WILDE OFFERED MATCH PHILADELPHIA, Walsh, manager of Pal Moore-of Tenn., who defeatBi -Jinimy Vfilde, the the days before ihft irar, and while. cclving a Ifce man llm-elf may be forgotten !n' Tieiv of his draft ilodiias, his record, compiled over a wrtea of eight Eea- spns In the bis tlnw. liTe In lie arcnires ot bmball. From time he began his major lewue car- .thamplonj In the Interallied. bpiinE. tournament in London, sent a oflerin" match" try. Walsh "offered TVUde a purse and he feels confident ot re- until ha.'quit Clarence Rowland's '_ never out ot the. .-_ _. Cobh'hit'JiW la .395. K Bcemi. a inane that a player of ability ha-5 dug bis own cnre m tawball. He tas no one but ttaisell lo blame. While tls balling ITeracc of .355 for eight years la .something to be proud of, his actions "With weathej conditions faTorah as the iMt thm Dlghlj ice Till available for CbrJstnias. Tbe Ic committee are "workirig overtime an have the cbeels In All new cmlers In the city, or an desiring 'to be, are Invited atten has been confinc'lj to hls-fcome'for days] from fatigue: Dr. Barnes hasi been untiring in hta efforts to ate suffering In this district and the continued strain of work has bten loc much for him. We hope to see him nbout, as ot old, in a few days. Mr. J. II. Prowse. who spent Ihc forepart of the week here, has re- turned ;o Taber. The many frlendJ of Mrs. 1L will be glad to know she. is slowly recovering from her recent ser- and "sailors when discussing the l-ase- oall ontlook in the United Stales. all tay there Is no chancts lor the to copllnue Ha popularity if 'slackers' are tolerated. the biggest with Ihe doughboys is Capt. Huaiau ol Ihe Yankees. You will resigned the vice-presidency of the New York Americans as :con as irai ileclared and where 1M !S' Macl.aren, .at Ilcslon. Man. has ilone some remarxaDlo !n B '.f; Wcna Lnrifiimaa sea- son witn her parrnta Mr. acd Mrs. Jos.: farm in the Maleb district. Jfr.-R. D. .Millar-was the'gueal of Mr. anrl Mrs. A. C. Ilussel on Thurs- day. Mr. ft. A. McDonald Is at present in Mrs. Ballloy, who'baa ,bsen the of her mother, Mrs. Leary, for the past few months is at present visiting In Calgary. eDgmeerlng. "I thiak it would be a wise move elected Capt. Huston ciiher of the American leagMc or ol the nal'-.nyj -ccinini.'Eloa Haniv Gc-rdy, the firit player tliat en- a'so deserves jalj pi mjnagpr or the lilts o'' that. "The weather ia slili. ir.Ui! I look to see lots culd-jor spirts Jclinn? Trern yet I lioar nij fg a rreat ftiSorite with thn boy? and in healln." Halloran, Bell street. Christmas Cigars and Tobacco Fine Line of Candies WE HAVE THE BEST FANCY AND PLAIN BOXES ED KENNEDY'S Lelhbridge Holtl Stand Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AfJD CAR'EFULXy 'ACCESSORIES 41. ;K "itlt.Vi'-i Central Garage rtlpNE 1023 Old Roller'RlnV, cor, 3rd St. 41 h Avenue S., Lethb'rldge :W. H.-'DOWLINQ w. 8. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs care- ful attention durlnr cold weather. Call Our Serrki Department and we send for your bat- lory and store same during the winter. aL reasonable-..ralca at our up-lo-dato Uattery Station. 311 7th Street 9. Phmi 319 A Mr. McKcnzic has gone to re- eido ia Rcdclirfe- for the winler months I Many friends, will sincerely regret Mlas Halloran, the C. P. R. oHIces !vc4nr? of Uie of .1----- _i '.K .at Ilcslon, Man. Mrs. received a wire on Thursday advising her of her daughter's lllncaa, The ihrcc ]JtClc Rcade children Bhe rtaalon. have manv friends during Ihelr i11 lff htlPcdT Mra- MacUrena condition j star in Dow fsland left en Thursday j V sertoaa and that snc mil for Hchcr were ac- Sdly reE-lin -her heaUh- companlcd a.i far ,aa'Lelhbridgc by--------' their undo, Dr. Peterson. J -Mr. Gco. of'Burdell, was a1 visitor here on Tuesday Miss Dl Gilbert snant ih end WILL PLAY POLO IN JANUARY H; Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEARED-TO-THE.ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO OWE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS [N SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF Under New M'nagemtnl. HFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA Dales far Annual Mid-winter Coronado Tourney Set SAN DIFXiO, Calif., Dec. for. Coronado mid-winter polo tournament, under tnn ausplcea nf the Corocado Country Club, were an- nounced Ihla afternoon. The regular mid-winter polo tourm.mont opijna (he first Tveck in January nnd con- "Mr, Clearwalerr o[ Spokane, Is'the guest of Mr and Mra. Mitchell. I Many fricnils -Till regret to laarn ol the Illness cj Mrs. John Lee and join with us In wishing for Jicr a speedy recovery. Mr. Stephen Ifnlpln haa arrived home IOT Christmas [eatlvltios. The many friends o( Mrs. Howard Murray, who la a patlenl at the Cole- man hospital, will be pleased to leim of her continued progress The la.it meeting of the old council was quietly In tho council chambers on Friday evening. Mr. IL l.i sperdtng the veelt- tinues through February wIOi weekly orirj' (n Medicine Hal matches for cups presented by thcj MIa., Mary B poweU and Mr. Chas. club ht addition to special cup patches octween mJlilary teams. The Pacific coast- junior chRntplonshlp trophy play IH (O'bcgln March 2; Ihe California challenge trophy, open to teams without, handicap, hegins March fi; Hotel Del Coronatio handicap cup, March IS, and the Pacific all- America polo trophy. March 23, A-commlsalon has been formed with the purpose of promoting the building of a peace bridge at Nfapan Falls, T. McKlfiron of Hurtled, whose mar- riage was witally solemnized In Med- icine Hal on Wp.incsrtay evening, wtre here, on Tucs-lay when Mr. and Mra. MacKinnon passed Uirough en lonln to Medicine Hat on Wednes- day. Qullc- n number of Ihelr friends fathered at the depot to extend Ihelr, good wishes to Ihe young conplo. After a short honeymoon npent In Vancouver i arsd Victoria, Mr. and Mrs. Macklnnon I will return and reside hi nurdctl, Alta. j Tbe sympathy of a circle ofj EXIDE J. 0. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makes af BaLUrlej Repaired and Work Guiranlttd. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. Radiator Leaking? WhOT your radiator leaks brlns it lo us for We have the bcal equipped shop In town.for this klnrt of work. radiators repaired under orir'ditterenl pt'oceageii are guar- anlceU'lealiiiroof on K'aTlnc th" shop. JUJl.Ttors pul Ihro'jRli enl processes oE scraping, rins- ing anrl beforo repairing. Shop at (tie rear o[ Dallas Hotel on .Main Slrcct Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 978 AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES, By the Famous Hay-rood System RE-TREADING i REPA1RINQ Hy expcrlcnceil Workmen- All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment Tor niln Cut Repairs. R. D. RJCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Elliton Mllll HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAH7 The irudsoQ'3 Cay Co. li Airing away a 1100.00 Victory Bond (or the nearest estimate. HOW MANV YARDS OH SILK1NE ARE. IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? RyJantta Co. are gMnff airay a Pur Coat worth Free for the nearest estimate. 'Also threo other valuable prliea- A coupon wllji eiery urn. of ov over. If YOU Need New Tires SEE us TVc can you money. Special reduced prices until Decem- ber 31sL Come In nnd examine oar slock. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK- LEAVE YOUR OLO TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR REDCR059 BOX ;