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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBEn 21, UP; FATHER" By G. Me Manns PARIS, Dec. Nicholas of to the As'soclat- eil nets lodiy, said; "Tlie aspirations of Montenegro arc In common accord wlili thoao o[ -llio other peoples of llio oama ho- come a jiarlof lie Jugoslav conleil- orallon, 'bill preieirO 1U autonomy, ana Ms cuitonii. Montenegro- wishes Kurope lo It possible (or H to have Ms own Intellectual life, at-' tbouili maintaining cordial i.nd fru- ternal relations with neighboring peoples. Montenegro nilglil be called the dean of Judo-SUv peoples. It was.OrBt to Insure llettlng for five agalnut Mussulman oppression 'fortio liberty of ttsclf Its "Montenegro was nearly eibauslril by tho1 sacrifices It made during the Jlalkan wan, In wufcu U lost 13.000 men'and almost all HH war material pie Sport Page i PLAY BAIL" 1L BEBRI) INI: .23 Will Call For 110 "Gsrjjta i Instead of 151 as Formerly CHICAGO, Dec. 1919 nnjor league uaun wlK open on Wednnday, April 237 President Ban Johnion, of the American lea- gue, announced here todsy. on hlc ntum from New York. TKe op-' ening date wu agncd upon it a conhrtnce with John A. Heydler, prcildtnt ol the National League. The majors hzve definitely decid- to play schetiuln of 140 gamu, Inctead of 1S4, he uld. The schedule committee of the National League, consisting of Iskey, president of the.White Sox, an- nodnced today that hil Uam vould train in though he. did not name foe city. Last season tie White Soi did their pre-seaeon work at Min- eral Wills, Teiaa. Takes a Fine Player (o Do Ihe years ago, were doomed to'spend cou- President Heydler and Barney 'Oreytuss, president cf the PltH- burg club, will meet with Presi- dent Johnson it French Lick, Ind., on Jan. 3 to draft the sche- dule. The National League, President Johnson said, voted unanimously for the short season, while six of the eight clubs In the. American League .llso favored 'the short. season. Harry Frazet, president ot the Boston club, and Chsrles A. owner of the Chi- .caflO Americans, held out for the usual program.of. 1SI games. f Tours CHICAGO, Dec. of Chicago National and Ameu- Icaij to __to definite arraDsements for starl- ing tie spring training tour following the announcement yesterday Inat the major league season would open April 24. Toe Chicago Nationals decided, some time ago to-do their conditioning in Southern California SEd Charles Com- construction waa not difficult lucre. WILL CUWOYLE Attorney-General of Alberta Be- lieves II. N.'W. M. P.'Will Not Condicl Wilh A. P. P. Dec. speaking o' (he report in Ihe press Tor a lew ago, regardlps llie enlarging of tba R.X.W.M.P., and their special duties In Ihe 'our western pro- vinces, J. ll. Doyle, attorney gen- eral, expresses-the opinion cbat the Dominion governnieiit Oocs not inleujl to duplicate the-police protection .of the four western- provinces. There lias been considerable curiosity as-to the status of the Mounted llial ol-cuat'oms dullos and Inland rov- euuri dullee. no nevr'arrangement had been. by (he Dominion gov- ernment to llio province and. hi! hrir-1- ly (bought 'Iha Dominion government, would go to the expense of dupllcaU Ing'llie iio.ico force iu the (our west- ern provinces :and undertaking. to maintain' law "mid order whlcli under the const I tut Ion, the provinces were recpoupible for. x Provincial Police Work Speaklnp' 61 (he work of tlie pro- vincial police TorCe, Sir, Boyle slftted. that the'-Mounted police were ivllh. Irawn 'Just when' the man poiver of .he.country was" greatly depleted by ;nltslmcn'l, BO' the organization of tua force which had Lo be hurriedly most difficult, HJfivever, the prijaatzaltdn was nov, 'alriy well complete, and so far as he lad'been able to learn, was policing the province' as satisfactorily as coult bs eJitveclefl. Mr Doyle does not an- ticipate any difficulty In maintaining a police force tlia'l will preserve law and order In the province. tlioy ivere brought irY to a question on that point, -Mr-Boyle Course stated lhat tho Eorerniiionl. had not month later thai ohn L. Low, the famous authority on oir, drove tho firal ball in the open- IE malcb on Ihe new course., The HnVa, .which is of a typically osert character; Is situated" at tbe ortlera end of the lown.'ahd anouti ireo-u.uarters OL a uille from the' ilc. 'Tho man who 'goes to" olf must forget all about the gamb e plays when he ia'home, aod make p that lie. lias ,soaicUiing' atirely uevr and novel C h'c tackles the Assouan'course fh his spirit; and gets used to ID well. Through (he green 5, of course, very on-lhe all, and the putting are 'made 'i rolled Nile mud, whlchrmakes tbat .eptvrtmpnt of the game much.what It s on frozen preeng. It Is considered ratber good than get down In Ihree pi jut the approaching ia the most d alt parl'Ot'the round! The'only way o. get the tall on to BO hat stay' tbere ia to pitch almost exactly a yard sbort ol'--'lbe green 3o tnat it will just trickle on e. H lakes "a fine player and oniMUJ to the tricks and'dodges, to get on lo It, and go round the1 nine- lole course In A goiter wobld nol ccelvcd any comramilcatton from tho o rain Ion government In respect. to and he coulil-.not say definitely as o iheir duties. en Hon. Mr. Rowell had beea ore last .fall lio Had discussed with ho (jovernmcut- the' disposition of [ounlcd police buildings at posls that already closed or that It was Ibe ntentlon lo immediately. He bad pparenlly'-at ho intetilion f reinstating ihe 'Mounted -Police for he purpose ol'Ortl.imry .police work, .sugeestlbn at he afe-to nny: change iu- the .'policy as lo Ihe iloiinted police or the Dominion police. Provinces Charged With'-Duty saiii Mr- Boyle, the -provincial govemme'nis were cH.a'r'g'e'd with''Ihe responsibility of raatntaining. law ajid order in :.lie The lloahlc'd police In the irovlnc'eV-of Alberta; and. Saskalche- "the provinces were foniiv cd, were paid partly by the "prc-vinces and by The Dominion; but were under the direction arid receiTCd their aclentlflc Industrial research lias taken pro nipt btcye to co-operate wllli Hie new guild regparcfi fornic-d by Ihe Mftrlllmo pTtninccs Flih .Can- ning 'Association. Thq research coun- cil has made a grauTof to tlie commllteo of. research to be ex- ponded on .uvesllEatlon of one of tho fish preserving problems to bo taken up'by ibc canners' guild. The guild Itself has arranged Jor a -firBt ot ;for research work. Tlie research council is also arrang- ing to publish lii co-operation with j the deparlmunt of mine's a cdnclso and i building Blones, giving as to tholr wearing and weathering qual- ities, comparative economic values, sources of supply, etc. by.-thc research-conn-. ell the application' of been '-the ng of Dr. Il.'.K Hutlan.'ol Mcdlll University; Dr. A. 3. ami. Dr. A. B.: administrative- cbalrniaii' of the to deviee ot aiding scientific [ournalfi fp'Canada and ot necurlng the publication' and dissemination of clenttMc papora. A BOX OF Scientifically Vept In' our up to the minute 'Humidor, will please the most fastidious LARGEST STOCK OF BRITISH MADE PIPES. The [lite Cigar Store (Special lo the .KFJIME, j the deparlments of :be attbrn'fcy es. the R.N.AS'.M.P. were willi- drawn, It had become necesary for the provincial governments tji organize a new police force, and ihis bad been done. So far as 3lr. Hoyle was aware, there had been no' suggestion from the Dominion governnmnt as tn re- turning to tbe old status and he be- lieveU therefore if the press report was correct, that the Dominion" police and the R.N.W.M.P. were to be amal- gamated and It would be llie inten- llon, be thought lo use the force for Ihe sa.me-purposes'tbat the Dominion police were' used prior war, namely, the preventing of Infractions of thn Dominion revenue laws, chletiy CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Aiy 5-Panengcr Car We Wffl (herfaaol for PARTSEXTRA Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. STODDART 4 RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS nc We Extend the Season's Greetin TO OUR CUSTOMERS, AND OTHER FRIENDS. BUOO MOTORS "THE HOU3E OF SERVICE" 1 New Wanagtmcnt. FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA go to Assouan lo .get into form for a sca.son1s competiilvc golf In hla own countrr, but when hs--'sp'e5 tbere fo other purposes and must Tiave som he can golf, auch as I Is. Hazards of the ordinary sort an not required, as it la felt tbat'lhere I: QJita enough to tlo In the' o approacbing Trithout them. Still, her and there ah mud Trail interTEnes, an such a and diagonal, makes a good hole the seventh, 'where a one drive Is well rewarded. Tho sixth hole is of mueb the same formatlon- The only caddies available conrsc, tbe ivho leod to Ibe HnliB a decidedly picturesque toucb ot their loose garments. "-When tbe thaw supervenes sudden- ly on. "a froaty night there ii scarce- ly any remeriy in ih'e armory of a golfer that can be adopted to mitigate j ils misfortune. U Is largely a ques- j tion of circumstance rather than mo- dification style to suit abnormal condition of tho weather, aad wlien i tbe fool hold la Insecure no artful In iJie way of adaptability can trer help the struggling player bat- tling with misfortune to play cnyUilTig but an eiccedlng.r ordinary and com- monplace game. all the conditions of wea- ther that constitute the serious IrrM of the golfer no condition is 50 disturb- ing, so hopeless, so Waffling to find a remedy for as a frosted course rap- Idly, undergoing Ihe of thaw-; lhc ft schvelUrtrMor the auto The coad.tipns lhat raise golf to hjjfl (OT h fi le and the helgbt of bomg a speclal.ieS scl-1-1C fcr h[ b V. cnllflc game are Indeed neutralized, i _ 1 Barons has corao alive and will lie open, fortifying way oT plKisufe Is to bo ex- tracted from a match playcJ in sucb _________ i iyitK" hlrii no hewsJ the re- tilt of the recent'feleclldn' tbroiighoiit the district- for-offlcers. Ibr the next year. m ;