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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six THE LKTHBRinOE HERALD 1 I BRINGING UP FATHER DKCKMBER By McManus 7 THE rxme 1 1 HE tOME i WANT iJ rp AND L THEM MRHBI t Medicine Hat on Wednesday to tfrttMT the holidays with Wf f lly Mather and Edna woro visitors In LetttbrMfte during tlui returning oh JVMayVi Miss of spending the holiday season with her Bert ot the fluhaltn and Green left 1 Saturday for Calvary to spend the ChrlHtmas holidays with their I i What lovely weather for outdoor skating we am A flowing well In a position and not a While a number of children at j wero miking j bonfires with a German wlcVer shell i basket n shell killing eight and Injiirhig 21 The Sport Page MESS MAY BE PASSED UP BY THE in picking out a shipyard berth can not be He is n man with out a uniform so far as baseball goes from His days of hitting in the major leaaiies are SANCTION REVIVAL Joe Jackson in In Dutch With the White Sox Magnate British government has officially sanctioned the revival of racing and the sport wjll be resumed on a large in The Derby will be Epsom Downs on June and the big meet ings have been arranged foV Good Doncaster and The sea son will open with theLincolnshire Handicap on March 24 and three days later the Grand National Steeplechase will be run at Joe White Sox is the only leaguer of prominence who will not receive a welcome from the when all major leathers are again available for baseball WMtes of Washing The shoeless one picked up a shipyard berth after he had been placed in Orst draft class and there by avoided military By that act he read himself out of profession al Great player that he lie can never hope again to take his the stars of the Or dinarily prone to forget the American public will not do so in the of the slugging Chicago Through as he is with Jackson will go dovrn In the records as one of the most remarkable players that ever cavorted in big league span His batting earned him fame In purse and he feels confident the days before the and while celving a favorable the man himself may be forgotten in view ot his draft his compiled over a series of eight sea sons in the big will live long in the archives of From time he began bis major league car eer until he quit Clarence Rowlands Jackson was never out of the hitting Cobb hit In 40 games with De troit his first season In the That was In Cobb has never been below the mark since but Jackson had always been a wor thy rival of the Georgia who got in the game over there Just too late to have much hand in knock ing the Kaiser out of the Jack hit when he broke into the majors with the Indians in Twice fee has beaten this high Jackson got In only 20 games with Tribe in but the next season ha went through the campaign and wached the highcrater mark of his tatting He walloped the pill In for a percentage ot hut this was not enough to put him la front of Cobb in a hot race for hat ting Tyrus came along with sm avanta of The next season aikovless one hit for It seems a shame that a player of Jacksons ability has dug his own grave in He has no one but himself to While vis batting average of for eight years is something to be proud his actions TYCOBB GIVES HEALTH ADVICE Famous Ball Player Tells a Few Secrets of How to Keep In Trim KEEP BAN ON A FOREMOST YE From Our Own Correspondent From Our Own flu epi demic has abated so that there is a case in town and no patients in the though there are one or two BOW The nest cases in the country This meeting of the local branch ot the community has indeed been fortunate Red Cross society will be conducted in the comparative lightness in the rest room ou Janj of the death rate and the number of uary providing a ban is not placed In order to safeguard the pub on meetings at that The society i He health as much as possible and is pleased to report the shipment on to run no undue risks of a new out December of the following ar ticles by the work committee 23 pairs j 23 pairs 12 36 To win in any gameyour stomach amPbed 20 personal property W1LDE OFFERED MATCH manager of Pal Moore of who defeated Jimmy the English bantamweight In the Interallied boxing tournament in has sent a Wilde offering a return match in this coun Wafsh offered Wilde a liberal of re TO INVESTIGATE commission of according to the Polish bureau of in has arrived at It will investigate German affair re garding Poland and also the CURLING With weather conditions favorable as the iMt three nights ice will be available for The ice committee are working overtime and have the sheets in good All new enters In the or any desiring to are invited to Curlers will communicate with any of the following Carberry or L P and will be given any in formation or come to the rink on Christmas Word has been received from Sec retary Herchmer of the Crows Nest Hoyal Caldonia Curling Asso that Cranbrook la making big preparations for holding the annual spiel Six sheets of ice be must haye the best ot says Ty It is your power plant and the organ that keeps you Now if your stomach Is not properly cared or it can put you out of business in short Here are some points that I have observed in the care of my and they would help any fellow to be a better a better a clearer vlsioned and a comebackalive because any man who faces bullets has paid in ad vance every service his country ever can Exercise is the keynote of so take some exercise every a mile end up with a keeps the liver and when ones liver is his eye is clear and his nerve is Before a game I never eat I go in on an empty you eat before you go up I would like to from you how much better you would feel If you went up how much your eye would how much more acute your senses would I never drink sweet milk before a game it fags the eyes and never flrink coffee at night or before a Smoke one cigar after each and no WOULD BAR SLACKERS FROM BASEBALL 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 AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS STODOART 4 RAVEN The following letter from Bill famous Tiger third base now on the other side as a Knights of Columbus is nterestlng Ive arrived here safe and s the way Coughllns written from of 10 Tbandages and 2 flannel dressing gowns and 3 While the work of the society has undoubtedly been hampered by the prevailing the support of workers has been The society is especially desirous of acknowledgingwith the generous support given by the public in the collection of subscribed month ly While the society hesitated about continuing monthly the unanimous response of subscribers and their enthusiasm to continue their support was so encour aging that it has been decided to con tinue monthly collections throughout the coming Subscribers paying the sum of into the funds of the society between May and May monthly are entitled to a life membership Upon the resumption of work at the local work a great diversity of articles will be in The soc iety has prepared to continue its work in cooperating with the medical ser vices of our armies and also attend ing to the needs of our No decrease in Red Cross needs can be break the local health borad hasde cided to keej the ban on dances ifor a Those who It is will be patient In the interests of the who has charge of the Farmers elevator at this and who was stricken with the flu while In Calgary on re turned home on Tuesdays Though Prosser Is weak and con1 home from fined to his he is recovering as rapidly as can be reeve of the Burlington and vice president of the Provincial Associa tion of Rural was in Calgary during the week attending a I number of meetings of the executive committee of the association which wan preparing for tho annual conven of who has beon confined to tho hospital here with the was able to proceed to her home on ot superintendent of missions for tlio southern part of of the Methodist was a visitor at the parsonage Tuesday and Wednes day of this and Medhurst were visltqrs in Bow Island t during the and old time residents of these left on Friday for Moose Jaw and other points in Saskatchewan visiting mem bers of his thence and Walker to go to Califor where they will spend the Mclntyre is visiting with her of the Victoria left on Wednesday by riotor for to spend Christ mas with his Rutherford has a son who has recently arrived reasonably expected for mony friends Is extended those bereaved by the death of manager ot the Union Winnifredwho died in Medicine Hat last week a victim of of spent Thursday The sympathy 6fmany friends is ex tended and Mosseni in the loss of their two devoted daughters last weekwho died from The sympathy of many friends is extendedthose bereaved by the death of Miss Mary of Albion and Lynn who were present at her have returned While the need an appeal for renewed effort on the part of work ers is A pretty wedding took place Thurs day at the residence of the officiating the pastor Knox when Miss Martha daughter of and Herman of Xorth was united in marriage to Norman of The bride who was simply attir ed in her travelling suit was unattend Their arrival in Bow Island followed by a reception held at the house of the brides There is a feeling everywhere friends were present you go that the war will be over to enjoy the occasion and offer their which makes a fellow feel more like I wishes to the Both Smith returned an Tues day from Smith sold a carload ofhogs and purchased a car load of cattle while and Powler left on Thurs day for accompanied by Miss Gilbert returned home on Fri day from Medicine We are sorry to report the illness of Baynes who has been confined to his home for the few days suffering from Baynes has been untiring in his efforts to allev iate suffering in this district and the continued strain of work has been too much for We hope to see him as of in a few who spent the forepart of the week has re A BOX OF Scientifically kept In our up to the minute Humidor will please the most fastidious smoker LARGEST STOCK OF BRITISH MADE Cigar Store PERRY AND REID Have Done Their Bit The girls who are members of tho Kings have surely been doing their bit during the past sum mer tor the since Sep tember they have finished 254 pieces 98 pairs of socks have also been aent though 66 pairs of these were knil ted by the pupils of Burlington who also are to be congratulated upon their work and j The public school will close on Tuesday December for the Christmas and will rej TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HELL FIX IT open on January Hillis motored acrossto working than young people are well known jturned to Ive talked to a number of soldiers vicinity and their many friends wish I manv friends of and sailors when discussing the baseCor them a liff of prolonged happiness Wares wl be 6ad to know she is hall outlook in the United They and racovering from her recent ser all say there is no chance for the Knight will reside on the game to coptinue its popularity if Ifarm in the Maleb slackers are I Millar was the guest of One of the biggest favorites with j Russel ou Thurs the doughboys is Huston of ay the You will remember he resigned the vicepresidency of the Now York Americans as ccon as war was declared and came here where ho has done some remark iblo I think it would he a wise movo if elected Huston either president of the American leagno or ot the commission Hank the first player that en livd aso deserves u job manager or tho like a The weather is sliil I look to suit lots outdoor spurn bioro snow I havent seen j v Pvers yet but f hear no is a Treat favorite with tan boys and in excellent ious McDonald is at present in who has been the guest of her for MrKenzie has gone to past few months is at present ido in Iledcliffe for the winter In months L auy will sincerely regret Mlss of the of the ll1nfSB feats will spend the Christmas seaIs MacLaren at I son with her parents and Jos illeade received a wire on Thursday 1 Hell advising her of her daughters The three litilc Reado who wllen Hho left Immedlately for have made many friends duringtheirII lloPetl condition in left on nof aeilous nntl that she will rap tor Hebor Utah They were aoldly rasnin her Christmas Cigars and Tobacco Fine Line of Candies WE HAVE THE BEST FANCY AND PLAIN BOXES ED KENNEDYS Lethbridge Hotel Stand Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND f CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES f Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Avenue Lethbrldae OOWLINQ COOK mim SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold a Call Our Serviet Department and we send for your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phene 610 WILL PLAY POLO IN JANUARY Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEAREDTOTHEHOAD GUARANTEED TO GIVE A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND BIJOU MOTORS THE HOUSE OF SERVICE Under New FIFTH STREET SOUTH ALBERTA Dates for Annual Midwinter Coronado Tourney SAN for the Coronado midwinter polo under tho ausplcea of the Coronado Country were an nounced this The regular midwinter polo opens the first week in January and con tinues through February with weekly companied an far Lethbridgo by thoir i of was a visitor here on i K Gilbert spent the week end Medicine the guest of matches for cups by club m addition to special matches betwoon mlltary the I of is the gupst of and Many friends regret to leani of thft illness of John Leo and join with us in wishing for her a speedy Stephen Malpin has arrived home for Christmas The many frinnda of Howard who is a patient at tho Cole man will be pleased to leam of her continued Tho iftfUinx of the old council was quietly conducted In the council on Friday is spending tho woek oml in Medicine Mlss Mary M McKlnnon of CdoU whr we i nat rlage was In Mud coast junior championship Ulit in Ucdafsday wnre trophy play is to begin March the Tuesday when Mr cup Tho EXIDE BATTERY SERVICE THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makes of Batteries Repaired and Work Lethbridge Motors 10 Radiator Leaking When your radiator leaks bring it to us for We have the beat equipped shop In town for this of All rqdlators repaired under otirdifferent processes aru 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 Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 Box 978 AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES My the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut 208 13th Ellison Mills HOW MANY BEAN3 IN THE JAR Tho Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest California challenge open to teams without begins March Hotel D1 Coronado handicap March and the Pacific coast all America polo March A commission has been formed with the purpose of promoting the building of a peace bridge at Niagara anri MacKinnon pissed through en routi to Medicine Hat on Wednes Quito u number of their friend gathered at the depot to extend their good wishes to the young After a short honeymoon spent in Vancouver i and and Macklnnon j will return and reside in The sympathy of u circle ofj HOW MANY YARDS OF ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW FtylaiidB ure giving awpy a Fur Coat worth Free for the nearest Also three other valuable A coupon with every or If YOU Need New Tires SEE us AVo can save you Special reduced prices until Decem ber Como in and oxuuiino our BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD AND TUBES IN OUR REQ CROSS BOX ;