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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta URGING FATHER By Me Manns Nicholas of speaking to the ed Frein said The aspirations of Montenegro aro In common accord with thoBo ot the other ot the ho come a pnrt ot the Jugofllav confed but pregerto its and also Its wishes Europe to it possible or It to have Its own Intellectual al though maintaining cordial fra ternal relations with neighboring Montenegro might be called the dean nf the It was first to Insure fighting tor five cemvrlca against Mussulman oppression tor the liberty ot Itsolt and Its Montenegro was nearly exhausted by the sacrifices It made during the Balkan in which It lost men and almost all Its war The Sport Page M BALL WILL BE HEARD IN THE Veehedale Will Call For 140 Games Instead of 154 as i Formerly 1919 mejor league eeaeon wlH open on April Preildtnt of tht American lea announced today on hit return from New The op ening date wu agreed upon at a conference with John president of the National The have definitely decid ed to play schedules of 14O Instead of he The schedule committee of the National consisting of President Heydler and Barney prenldent of the Pitts burg will meet with Presi dent Johnson at French on 3 to draft the sche The National President Johnson voted unanimously for the short while six of the eight clubs in the American League also favored the Harry president of the Boston and Charles owner of the Chi cago held out for the usual program of 154 Training Tours of both the Chicago National and Amer ican League Clubs began today to make definite arrangements for start ing the spring training tour following the announcement yesterday that the major league season would open ou April The Chicago Nationals decided some time ago todo their conditioning in Southern Calitornia and Charles Com president of the White an nounced today that his team would train in though he did not name the Last season the White Sox did their preseason work at Min eral GOLF COURSE AT Takes a Fine Player to Do the Nine Holes in 45 Master Mason is made from choice to fully mellowed by age and pfMitd into eolid M to preserve all the moisture and fragrance of the natural easy tc it nukee the smooth est you can CAR OWNERS WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Ally SPassenger Car We Will Overhaul for PARTS EXTRA Palace 2nd STODDART A RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Half a dozen sotno years doomed to spend con siderable time at on the and after a conference among themselves they decided to build a golC and thereupon went out into the desert to make Course construction was not difficult and it was only a month later that John the famous authority on drove the first ball in the open ing match on the new The is of a typically desert is situated at the Eorthern end of the and about threeQuarters of a mile from the The man who goes to golf must forget all about the game he plays when he is and make UP his mind that he has something entirely new and novel before If ho tackles the Assouan course in this and gets used to all will be Through the green ithere of very little run on the and the putting greens are made of rolled Nile which makes that department of the game much what it is on frozen It is rather good than otherwise to get down in three the approaching is the most diffi cult partof the The only way to get the ball on to the green so that it will stay there is to pitch almost exactly a yard short ot the green so that it will just trickle on froru It takes a fine player and one up to all the tricks and to get on to and go round the nine hole course in A golfer would not go to Assouan to get into form for a seasons competitive golf in his own but when he goes there for other purposes and must have some he can such as it Hazards of the ordinary sort are not as it is felt that there is quite enough to do in the way of approaching without here and there wall and such a high and makes n good hole of the where a one drive is well The sixth hole is of much the same The only caddies available of the who lend to the links a decidedly picturesque touch of their loose When the thaw supervenes sudden ly on a frosty night there is scarce ly any remedy in tlie armory of a golfer that can be adopted to mitigate hla It Is largely a ques tion of circumstance rather than mo dification of style to suit abnormal condition of the and when the foothold is insecure no artful ex pedient in the way of adaptability can ever help the struggling player bat tling with misfortune to play anything but an exceedingly ordinary and com monplace all the conditions of wea ther that constitute ho serious trial of the golfer no condition is so disturb so so to find HE DOES NOT 1 T1POLICEFDRCES WILL CLASHBOYLE Attorney General of Alberta Be lieves Will Not Conflict With speaking of the report in the presjs for a few days regarding the enlarging of the force of the and their special duties in the western pro attorney gen expresses the opinion that the Dominion does not intend to duplicate the police protection of the four western There has been considerable curiosity as to the status of the Mounted if they were brought but in reply to a on that Boyle stated that the government had not received any communication trom the Dominion government in to and he could not say definitely as to their that otcustoms duties and inland rev enue no new arrangement had been suggested by the Dominion ROV eminent to the province ho hard ly thought the Dominion government would go to the expense of duplicat ing the police force in the four west ern provinces and to maintain law and order which under the the provinces were responsible Provincial Police Work Speaking of the work of the pro vincial police Boyle stated that theMounted police were with drawn Jtist when the man power of the country was greatly depleted by so the organisation of the new force which had to be hurriedly was most the organization was now fairly well and so far as he had been able to was policing the province as satisfactorily as could be Boyle does not an ticipate any difficulty in maintaining a police torce that will preserve law and order In the Wihen Kowell had been here last he had discussed with the government the disposition of Mounted police buildings at posts that were already closed or that it was the intention to close He had apparently at that time no intention of reinstating the Mounted Pollen for the purpose of ortlinnry pplice and therehad suggestion at the conference at Ottawa as to any change inthe policy as to the Mounted police or the Dominion Provinces Charged With Duty said the provincial governments were charged with the responsibility of maintaining law and order in the The Mounted police in the provinces ot Alberta and Saskatche after the provinces were form were paid partly by the provinces and partly by the Dominion but were under the direction and received their instructions iflfem the departments of the attorney general In hoth provinc When the were with it had become necesary lor the provincial governments ty organize a new police and this had been So far as Boyle was there had been no suggestion from the Dominion government as to re turning to the old status and he be lieved therefore if the press report was that the Dominion police and the were to be amalz gamated and it would be the inten he thought to use the force for the same purposes that the Dominion police were used prior to tha the preventing of infractions of the Dominion revenue chiefiy SHOULD SEND A council for scientific and Industrial research lias taken prompt steps to cooperate with the new guild for research formed by the Maritime HWflnces Pish ning The research coun cil has made a grant of to the committee research to he ex pended on investigation ot one ot the fish preserving problems to be taken up by the cannera The guild Itself has arranged for a first appro priation of for research The research council is also arrang ing to publish in cooperation with the department ot mines a concise and handy reference bulletin on Canadian building giving information as to their wearing and weathering qual comparative economic sources of A by the research conn cil toward the application of has been the appointment of B consist ing ot of McGilt University of Dalhousie and administrative chairman ot the VeSearch to devise means ot aiding scientific journals in Canada and of securing the publication and dissemination of A BOX OF Scientifically kept In our up to the minute Humidor will the most faattdloue LARGEST STOCK OF BRITISH MADE The Elite Cigar Store PERRY ANOREID FLIVVER FIVERS In TenPin Wheat Barons will be Here Saturday The Bankers and the Mechanics staged a tenpin at the Do We Extend the Seasons Greetings TO OUR AND OTHER BIJOU MOTORS THE HOUSE OF SERVICE New STREET SOUTH ALBERTA idly undergoing tho process of thaw conditions that raise golf to the height of being a specialized scl entitle gamo are indeed in that curious borderland between frost and and bn his skill what ever it no golfer can hesitate to come to the prompt conclusion that beyond a groat deal of exorcise in tho fortifying not much in the way ol golfing pleasure is to bo ex tracted from a match played in such DIED AT MONTREAL aged died in Westmount At tho beginning of ISIO lie wan eiigugfld with he geological survey InJlio Itofky Ho joined Foundation company of New as superintendent of ron Htruction nhnrtly after the war broke out ami erected shipbuilding plants at Tacoiuu and and copped the las i the tor tho auto i had for high single and for high Barons has como alive and will be here Saturday for the first match ot i the Tho Millionaires claim I they have more luck even than they had last Last nights scores Mechanics Origgs IRS Clark 151 J17 Breeze p2 197 Special to the Herald of District United Mine Work returned to Fernie yesterday for a ehort visit to liis He brings with film ho hews regarding the re sult of the recent election throughout the district for tor the next According to the regulations of the the local tellers at each local union count the ballots and seal them up without giving out any in formation as to the These fellers reports all to the secre tary of the now situated at The secretary receives them and keeps them under seal until the district tellers meet and break the seals and make the official count trom each Secretary Browne and Christo as well as President be ing interested and Secretary Browne being at his home in Taber suffering from attack of the final count is being Biggs is of the opinion that or ganized labor in Canada is very much concerned over the present state of affairs In There seems to be great distrust in the ranks of labor regarding the nature ot the news i being sent out from that country through the Should Send Delegation To get at the real situation in Russia as it affects labor Biggs is of the opinion that a delegation chosen by organized labor in Canada should be selected and to Europe to investigate first hand the real situation and report the facts as they may find Organized labor in Canada is big enough to do this in its own in and to the many highly colored reports being sent broadcast over the whole it Is impossible to form any correct opinion of what is really going on in that Biggs isone of the most uncon cerned persona whose candidature for reolectlon at the late tiori hangs in the uncertainty of the uncounted He will be returning to Calgary after a holi day visit with his Tried Suicide William a marf about 55 years of who has been working at one ot the Elk lumber camps up UPHELD SUPREME COURT ions granted the Associated Press to stop pirating of news by the Inter national News Service were sustained by lupreme court of tnfc United i TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES TO ANDY THE RADIATOR 418 FIFTH STREET SOOTH HELL to depart this life by suicide ijQUte hut jMsmal altho made six different slashes across his i 1th a The doctors at i the Pernite up four of the wounds the otters not being ot much and the man lives i to repent his which he sSjn i was caused by too much very bad Auto Repair Wertc HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 9rd A 4th Avenue Lethbrldae OOWLINd COOK of T47 119 132 155 OS7 121 1 05 123 164 Totals 723 Bankqra lllacklock Dawapn jos MaeKay 162 Millar U7 184 Maclean J5S 155 Totals 5S9 797 119 i IB i 176 EXIDE BATTERY THOMPSON IN CHARGE All of Batteries Repaired Work Letbbridge iO Radiator Leaking iyour radiator leaks bring it to us for We have the best equipped shop in town tor this kind of All radiators repaired under our different processes are Guar anteed leakproot on leaving the Radiators put through differ ent processes of rins tagand boiling before at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Main Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 Box SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phone fit AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Haywood System RETREADJNG REPAIRING By experienced Workmen All work Special Equip ment for Ulm Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellieon Only a Few Days Left Before the i Close of Our Tire Sale I Wishing Our Many Friends a Very Merry B A AL I M M OTOR Co LEAVE BACK OF UNION I AND IN OUR REp ;