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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six THE LETHBhlDGE DAIL^ HERALD ''S if ""MiNGING UP FATHER" I s .. MONDAY, DECEMBER.23, 1918 c Modlclna Hat on yv.efiawday tb>Wn/i, !i!v lly there. ' V � r*.E"T the Ooi^e OE tiffCtok NEAR MI-> eSTATE  . WANT vfe>o0t THAT WANVb TO BU> OO Huf%R^ i'm CRKT.-^ TO KNOW WHERE it 1^ Mrs. Swiinson^ ,Etother rancl i fIdinQ were Tlaltors in Lotta'brldge during tlui .. � weekf rdtut-nlng" on'Frldar'� train.  MIsa HRmllton, lOf JUethliridce; 1� spendtncr the holiday aeaaon with her v BlBter, 'Mrs. Bert Taylor* .ot the duhajta' * district. .; - Afr.'and Mrsi Gteen\l^ti on . Saturday for Calgary to ap^nd the - N ChrlHtmaa liolldayH with t!ielr';,dauKh-' > ler, Mrs. H. A. Olllla.  What lovely weather for outdoor, Bleating we are having. yA llowing' woll In a good, position aai yat not. a rink.. ', . : - ... / ,,',::r':''.fe.'- � While a number of children at Schaerbeok, Belglunj, were inatcln|s.v bonfires with a German wicker - shell basket a sbell exploded, killing eight and Injuring ?1 children. SHOELESS WONDER MAY BE PASSED UPBYIESOX Joe Jackson w."In Dutch" With the White Sox-Magnate V Joe Jackaon, White-Sox; sluggeF, is the only big leaguer of prominence wtm will not receive a welcome from 'the fa^ when all-major-leagucrs^ are Kgaln available for .baseball duty, Tirrftes {}. V. 53t�gertUjl, of ashing: ton; The shoeless iB wasroot enough to put him via troat of Cobb In a hot race for bat-:tlns honora.' TyruB came along with am aTMBge of .420. The next eeaaon Kttie ahoeless one hltTfor .395. It eeema. a shame that a player of rJacfaion's ablMty has dug his own f*8Ye in baaeball. He has no one but 'himatlt to blame. While bia batting .avecage of .395 for eight years is ^aometbing to be proud of, his actlona in picking out a shipyard berth cannot be condoned. He is a man without a uniform.so far as baseball goes from noV on..His days of .300 hitting in the major leafues are over. LONDON," Dec. 23.-The BriUsU government has officially sanctioned the revival of racing and the~sp5rt w411 beresumed on a large scale.in.l919; The Derby will be run, .at Epsom Downs on June 4, and the- liig meet-inga have been arrangedrfrii- GOod-wood, Doncaster and Aacot iThe season will open with the- iJincoilnshlre Handicap on March 24 and three;-days later the Qrand National Steeplechase Vwlll'be^ruii'atriaverpool.f : WILDE OFFERED MATCH PHILAbEIiPHIA, Ea^-f-Tom W;alsh, manager of Pal Moore:of Memphis^ Tenn., who defeated ainhnr WUde, the-EngUsh.bantamiwight.^iMnpJonj -in the^ inter�lUed, Boxing; TOdft^^ in London, has'sbUt a (ilrleitb^'"Wild^ offering a? return',mate*.'!$!''ifiis7Mun-try. Waiah roffcred^^Ude a liberal purse and he feels coniadant of re^ celving a favorable'reply^, , : ' TO INVESTIGATE STOCKHOt.M, Dec. 23.-(Havas.) -A commiasion ot BrItl8U,-.,a�Hcers, according to the Polish bureau of in-tormatloia:, has airlved at LetabaJg. IL will investigate German affairs regarding Poland and also the Jewish question. ? i': : o ? " CURLING . > ? ? > > ; � > v ? "W^tii Svlath^r conditions favorable an the iaat three nights ice will be available for Christmas. The ice committee are working overtime and have the �beets In good .shape. All new cufflera In the city, or any degirlhg to be, are invited to attend. Curlers will communicate with any of the following:^ J. S.  Klrkham. H. J. H- Skelth, C. B. Carberry or L. W^ Clark, and will be given any information desired, or come to the rink on Chriatmaa Day. Word hae been receiTed from Secretary Herchmer of the Crow's Nest brancih. Royal Caldonla Curling Association, that Cranbrook is making big preparations for holding the annual 'spiel there. Six sheets of ioe will be -'�available. - IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Senrice at' Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Haylno Yo^r Repairing and Overhauling Done at the Patlace Garage, 2nd[ Ave. S. STODDART & RAVEN - AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES - - - EXPERT REPAIRS TYCOBBGIVES Famous Ball Player Tells a Few a .---"v..- ..^in-trim � "To win in .nny game"your stomach must ha,ve the best ot care," "says Ty Cobb. ."It is your power,plant 'and the .organ that keeps you going. Now: if your stomach Is' not properly cared fbrjt can put you out, of business in s'hprt order.' , , - "Here are some points that I have observed itt the ,care of my stomach, and thej would help any fellow to be 'a- better .winner, a Ijetter flier, a clearei- vlsiOned marksman and a .cprhe-back-alive hero, l)ecause any, man who faces bulIetB bias paid in advance foneVery'service his country even, can tender. . , 1^ 'Exercise Is . the' keynote -' of health,i*bp take some exercise every day,,;a'fflile walk.and end up with a -sprinfc,E.Tercise" keeps the liver clear, V.nd wheii^one's liver is O. K, his eye i�^o^6ai'f^and his nerve is steady. �^2; Before a game I never eat lunch. I,;#0 in,'oE an^empty stomach. It you eat before you go up I would like to know;ilrom you hpw.much better you wpuld'vfeel if you went up light, how much'/clSarer your eye would be, how much- more: acute your senses would bei . . irS. I never drink sweet milk before i. game (it fags ,the eyes) and never flrlnk'coffee at night or before a game.: "4. Smoke one cigar after each meal, and no cigarettes." ' WOULD BAR SLACKERS FROM PRO] BASEBALL The following letter frpm Bill Coughlinj.fjimoua' Tiger third baseman, now on the other side as a ICnights ot Columbus ^eoretary, is interesting: . "I've arrived here safe and sound," is the way Coughlin'9 .letter, written from K. of C. headquarters, Paris, starts. "There is a feeling every where you go that thelwar will be over soon, which makes a I'ellow feel more like working than ever. "I've talked/to a number of soldiers and 'sailors when discussing the baseball outlook in the United States. They all say there is no chance lor the game to' coptinue its popularity i� 'slackers' are tolerated. "One of the biggest favorites with the doughboys is Capt. Huston of the Yankees. You will remember he resigned the vice-presidency ot the New York Americans as scon as war was declared and came here whore \vi has ilone some remarkable feats in engineering. "I thiak it would be a wise move if.f outdoor sports, be'.ore snow. flies. I haven't seen Jchnny Evers yet. hut I hear he is a preat f/ivorite witli the boyg .-ind in e::celleni health." MILLER GEARED-TO-THE.ROAO TIRES. GUAfl[ANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BU'VS IN SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Management. STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE,: ALBERTA WILL PLAY POLO IN JANUARY Dates for Annual MId-winter Coronado Tourney Set, ' SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 21.-Dates for, the Coronado' mid-winter polo tournament, under the auspices ot the Coronado Country Club, were announced this afternoon. The regnilar mid-winter polo tournament opens the first week in January and continues through February with weekly matches for cups presents*, by the club in addition to special cup iftatches between military teams. The PaclJEic- coast? .junior championship trophy play is to-'begin March 2; the California challenge trophy, open to teams without handicap, begins.March 9; Hotel Del Coronado handicap cup, March 16, and the Paicific coast all-America polo trophy, Martjethbridge, when' Miss Martha A. illig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Illig, of Cogswell, North Dakota, wasinnlted in' marriage to Mr. Norman MqKnight, of Maleb, P.O. The bride who 'was simply attired in her travelling suit' was unattended. Their arrival in^ Bow Island Was followed by a reception held St the house of the bride's,aunt, Mrs. A. Geidreigh. Mnny friends were present to enjoy the occasion land offer their good wishes to the' newlyweds. ,Both young people are wel^ known in ^his vicinity and their liiEtny friends wish for them a life of prolonged happiness and prosperity. Mr., and Mrs. Mc-Knight will reside; on th'e groom's farm in the Maleb district. Mr. _R. D. Millar-^was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Russel on Thursday. ' ^ Mr. Wm. McKenzie has gone to reside in Redclltfe � Ipr the winter months, U'lti-' Miss Halloran, of ,the\G. P. R. offices Calgary, will spend the Christmas season with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Halloran, Bell street. . The three little Reade children, who have made many friends during their stay in Bow Island left on Thursday for Heber city, pt'ah;',They were accompanied as far .aa'Lethbridge by their uncle, Dr. Paterson. Mr. Geo. Lonias, of "Burdett, was a visitor.here on Tuesday.. I Miss B. Gilbert spent the week end in Medicine Hat,-the gusSt oC Mrs: J.-; Darling. � ' Mr. Clearwater, of Spokane, is -the; guest of Mi;, and Mrs. Mitcliell. I Many friends .will regret to learn of; the illness of Mrs. John Lee and join, with us in wishing for her a speedy, recovery. i Mr. Stephen Halpin has arrived home for Christmas festivities. The many friends of Mrs. Howard Murray, who is a patient at the Coleman hospital, will be pleased to learn of her continued progress. i The last meeting of the old council was quietly conducted in the council chambers on Friday evening. . I Mr. R. Lake is spending the week-! end in Medicine Hat. . i Miss Mary B. Powell and^^Ir. Chas. T. McKinnon. of Burdett, whose marriage was quietly solemnized in Medicine Hat on Wednesday evening, wore visitors here on Tuesday when Mr. and Mrs. MacKinnon pissed through en route to Medicine Hat on Wednesday. Quite a number of their friei^do gathered at the depot to extend their good wishes to the young couple. After a short honeymoon spent in Vancouver and Victoria, Mr. and Mrs. Maokinnon will return and reside in Burdett, Alta. The sympathy of a widaclrclf ot (From Our Own CorresponOetiH FOREMOST, Dec: 21.-The 'thi epidemic has abated'SO that there is not, a case in town and no patients in the hospital, though there are one or two cases in .the ' and we .will send for.-ydar battery and store same during the winter, at reasonable,, rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. 311 7th Street S. P{ha>n� 618 [XiDf BATTERY J, D, THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makes of Batteries Repaired and Work Guaranteed. Let&bridge Motors Ltd. 0:0 HOW MANY YARDS OF 9ilkine ARE If^ OUR SHOW WINDOW? Ryiands & Co. are giving aw^y a Fur Coat worth ||150.00 Free for the nearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale, of $1.00 or over. Radiator Leaking? When your radiator leaks, bring it to us for repairs. We have the Ij'est equipped shop in to-wn .for this l^nd of work. ' � ^All relators repaired under oTir different processes aro guaranteed leakprpot on leaving the shop.  Radiators put through different processes of scraping, rinsing and boiling before repairing. Shop at the rear;,, of Dallas Hotiel on Main Street � Lethbridfife Radiator Repjur Station Phone 309, P. o, Box 978 AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES, By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By eXperlencedl Workmen. AH>' work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. P.RrCHIE 208 13th .St. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's 'Bay, Qo, is gWlng away a $10.0.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. SEE US We cah'sav^ you iflc/ney. Special reduced prices unlil Decem- ber'31st. Come in and examine ou? stoclc. T BAALIM MOTOR Go. BACK OF UNION BANK* LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR REQ CROSS box ;