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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAoesnt THE DAILY IIKNALD DECEMBER i BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus IM TO ALL CAX 1 NEED THE PVT THKT IN The Sport Page War Has Made Very Little Dif Crowd Melbourne Cup NEW war did fiot have an adverse effect on racing in Although a large percent age of the young men of the country were overseas iu thorough bred racing was more popular than The largest crowd in the history of racing in Australia saw the recent running of the Melbourne which is the biggest event of its kind tn the It is estimated that over 000 persons were in the enclosure on the day of the Of these paid admission and the others were ad mitted free of Racing in Aus tralia pays a big dividend to the gov Last the tax on the bet ting machines amounted to and this year it will be much HOT SPORT ROUNDUP i Cincinnati will not have to lock very far for a manager now that Pat Moran Is The Cincinnati last night withdrew its offerto the j Red Sox for the release of Dick Hobj who was spoken of as a pos sible successor to Christy Matiev There is no one in with better qualifications to head the Reels j than Fitchburg The Newark Internationals will have to come to gome agreement with the major league over the use of the Harrison hall park or secure new Wiedenmayers park no longer will A dye con cern has purchased several plots of the AViedenmayer park While not sold in its entirety Wieden mayers park is killed as far as base ball use Is Jimmy Hickman of the Dodgers and Casey Stengel of the Pirates have been discharged from the navy and now are in civilian Stengel had a short confab with Barney There is some doubt about Hickman returning to baseball this as he has a good position with a steam ship company and may not be able to devote any time to Camouflage who prior to the war was a member of the Vancouver team of the is leaving for the coast where he will play this Duncan made a distinguished record at the being officially credited Tith shooting down 11 enemy He is a Toronto boy and his profes sional career was limited to one sea Holmes of the Toronto who has been recalled by also leaves BIG OFFER TO NEW Dominic the promot 4 is making a strong effort to lure Jess the heavy weight into the ring 4 against jack Tor torich has offered Willard to meet Dempgey in a bout tor the Tortorich plans to have the two heavies meet this city about March Con veteran and Tirho was in Jim Corbetts cor ner in all his famous was an interested spectator at the ringside in Phllly the day of the Jack Dempsey Billy Miske bout and saw Kearns fighter in action for the first He is the first said who looks like ilie old I would call him a slightly smaller edi tion of Jim He is one of the best twohanded punchers I have ever And another thing in his fav i or is the fact that he is always on top his He can whip any i time and Miske knows Dempsey is still a little clumsy on his but lie will get over Jack has the call cu all the heavyweights of today and 1 firmly believe that he can stop Willard inside of 20 Joe who was once makiug a bid for the lightweight title some fouV or five years ha lost all pugilistic according to eastern In his recent bout in New Orleans he was outpointed by the thirdrate Pat Reports of the battle describe as wild and ineffective as to U was Leaches Cross who started Man dot down the decline of Cross i stopping Joe in the 10th Bud Anderson then knocked Mandot out in the and in 1913 Benny Leon ard knocked out the Crescent City boy in the Mandot won a 0round verdict over Joe CAR OWNERS WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any SPassenger Car We Will Overhaul for PARTS EXTRA Palace 2nd STODDART A RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEAREDTOTHEROAO GUARANTEED TO GIVE A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND BIJOU MOTORS THE HOUSE OF Ntw WTO STREET SOUTH ALBERTA V December Dear Folk Next Wednesday Being New A lot of new leave Will be turned over And the very next day A lot of them Will flop Nest Wednesday morning Old Bill Hoheiizolleni Will aay Im off Dutcli cheese And then Bill will stick Close to the limburgpr V To save his life w Because hes afraid To go And Bill Hardie Will resolve Never again to get peeved f And write 10 the papers And the next day t Hell have a sizzler In And the milk man Will swear off The water r And the very next day The milk will lie bluer than evtr Around the And a lot of people Will resolve freely To pay their taxes n And make the city ilads sniili And then forget All about And weve about conn To the conclusion We wont make Any high For weve karn d That the higiur are The harder they fall And New Kind Are after v The merest COLLEGE ROWING OUTLOOK BRIGHT KKONT PAON notified the Germans that the ships must be cleared of and if his orders were nol obeyed he would re turn to lie Hercules and would re port that he was obstructed in his Fearing the the German sailors left tlieir ships at Well Clothed It is reported that everyone en countered in even in such an industrial centre as seemed as well clothed and fed as are the people of France and Winter owing to the mild were doing well and tho land is well cultivated and Admiral Sir Montague head of the was accom panied by the best men from allied nations available for the They met interminable obstruc tions and evasions by the but the commission was ultimately able to induce the Germans to find tnenns to fulfil many points of the armistice which they at first flatly refused to carry Admiral of the German seems to be the only senior German officer attending to his Admiral von Schelr and Admiral von Hipper have appar ently disappeared into the same ob scurity which hides General Luden dorff and other former leaders who have sought safety in A notable member of the German commission was von who commanded the first to whom i he British press paid tribute at the time his ship was because of his the identity jjjt Muller was not definitely the allied com mission the final confer ence at Kiel was Discipline at airship and seaplane stations than that on the German it is The Norderney seaplane station is said to compare most favorably with any station of its kind and Eng while the great Nordholz zeppelin depot is declared to bo the finest In the It was from here that vir tually all German raiders bound for England One interesting sight was the famous L14 zeppelth sheds which were successfully bomb ed by allied airplanes last At that time two sheds and two zeppelins were completely At Warnemundu where a great ex perimental station was established by tho Germans the allied commission I met with difficulties when it askfd permission to carry the work of It was only under pro test that the members were permitted to the Germans fearing the com mission would see something they should The submarine under pushed its investigation assiduously at Hamburg and other points with the result that scores of nearly all neai completion and hitherto undeclared by the were found and report Admiral Goette protested to the last against giving up these submar but at a final conference con a NORTHCLIFFE SAYS LEAGUE OF NATIONS WILL SURELY COME Peoples Forum Communications ualer tbia heading must bear the signatures of tho in his a league of nat ions will result from the peace conference is the made by Lord proprietor of the London Times and the London Daily in a cablegram from Paris to editor of the Calgary Lord Xorthcliffes cable gram reads as follows The Having examined the situa tion I am fully convinced that the peace conference will produce a league of nations and make further horrible wars un i FLU BAD IN TORONTO if the lauding were ropre snutud at of graduate nian aKHiH at the Hotel Antor at which plans tor tht rowing were dis acting man at announced that Joseph UK Iltnnsylvunia row ing who retunmd to hiii home in Toronto has been re called and will begin work after The outlook for college rowing is bright and is dicatioil j that the LouuHtiiiou will j A STATEMENT Lethbridge Herald Found a piece in your paper j dated the 2nd It j i says that Olaf Follestad of Barons I lost a little girl on that day from the But I dont believe there was much flu about that The girl had always been weak and delicate ever she was and through the ten years we were allowed to have her with us we more than once ex pected lior to drop off suddenly with out much Although she had j for the three last years Improved and we were in hopes that would outgrow her Hut in the spring about Eastur time was takmi down with the which seemed to leave her again in a weak arid a short time ntter whili in one day she uiinted and since then nhe didnt seem in get back to the strength she had inclined through the last but complained about being tired and I that her heart worked so funny once in i and when taken sick tho time all pin complained about WIIK her tlirom and her 01 thought i was hut also that her j weak heart was thu oi her andj den and 1 am sure his state i ment is Tin that lici1 father was ro transportation on the railway when he tried to take her to Leth bridge on the day before who must be a misunderstand ing as IK never tried to take her on the railway that day nor at any other But morning early he went to Karons to try to get some one to taku us to Liithbrldgo in a and even if he had someone to take she would have died on tho than 100 cases of influenza and pneumonia have broken out during the past two days in the Sacred Heart and about 50 other cases were admit ted to the other hospitals of the city since yesterday The greatest number of deaths were recorded for any day this month seven hav ing died since BIG SUM FOR CARRYING GUARANTEED WHEAT PRICE ap propriation of at least for the food administrations grain cor which will be charged with carrying out government whett guarantee for the 1S19 will be provided in a bill to he introduced in congress early next Chairman of the house agricultural com said last night that an will be made to have tho measure brought up in the house at au early AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Elllion Mills LLOYDGEORGES SWEEPS THE COUNTRY Fftoif FRONT PAOS 957 Miss McKenna Defeated Reginald McKenna former chancel lor of the etchequer and a staunch supporter of Former Premier was defeated In the Pontypool division of by Thomas The vote was Sir Coalition Liberal Sir John Simon Defeated Harry Brit secretary of the Englishbranch of the Pilgrims was returrifed for the eastern division of Sir a Coalition re ceived votes to for In the east division of Waltham Sir John former attorney general and former home was defeated by Coalit ion Tho vote was Sir John Lib Sir Frederick the attorney Coalition was re turned for the division of lie received votes to for The Parliament coming par first under the new Re form 707 or more than the last Of 122 already have been either unopposed or for the universities where conditions enable an immediate declaration of the Those re turned comprise 51 Coalition Union ists 31 Coalition 12 Labor one one Irish Nat ionalist and 2G Sinn The general Indifference over thp election justifies the expectation of small polls and with the exception of tho professional politicians nobody is excited over the Some newspapers confidently predict a big victory for ths Coalition govern ment under the leadership of Premier This is based mainly on some indications and does not take into account the votes of soldiers and sailors abroad of whose attitude to ward the various parties little is According to some reports the soldiers and sailors were mostly Indif ferent to the election and did not trouble to Other reports differ and tho estimates of the number of soldiers and sailors who voted are from 30 to 70 per of the The Laborltes apparently ars bank WILSON GLAD OF Kxpreiwes to Delegation Headed By Viscount Reprenenting Orfaniza tlon President Wit son tie American embanty today received a delegation from ho league of It was hnndad tj Viscount former secretary of and Included the Arrln bishop of Canterbury and Vlicounf Pretldtnti tapir The in addreaMng the do1 f said I am very much CORK pitmen tad that you nhoiild coma til person to present thin address and I am delighted and proud to find tin growing and prevailing Interest In subject of the league of noi only a growing Interest but 4 growing which I am sure will prevail and It Is delightful that mom hers of the which brought his nation Into the war becaiiKft of moral obligations baaed on should be among those who havi brought me this becaune on th other sldo of the we have greatJ ly admired the motives and subscribed to the principles which actuated Ui Kovernment of Great Britain In oboyi ing that moral You have shown what we musl that same force an sense of obligation and unless we on ganige the thing that we do now will not I feel that so it ii particularly peering to know jusf how strong and imperative the Ulei has t thank you very much II has been a privilege to gee you per I was just saying to Lord Grej that we had indirect knowledge oi each other and that 1 am glad to iden tify I feel as if I had met hire long ago nnd I had the pleasure o matching minds with Asqulth yew i ing on the soldiers by the helf of which some Labor will havi I 500 seats in tho new parliament Other estimates give Labor no than Tlu 16 women candidates ar thought to have a good chance of win including Christobel It is generally conceded that he Sim Fein will sweep nontnionist some estimates giving the Sinn Fein ers 70 seats and the Nationalists oulj TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HELL FIX IT Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd A 4th Avenue Lethbridge DOWLINO COOK WARRANT FOR HOCKEY PLAYER Rand prominent as a local professional hockey failed to appear in the pollen court today to answer to a charge of reviving a scarl and two nock wt11 knowing the name to have In view of the ac cuseds failure to appear u warrant was issued anil iiail which had been furnished by CharliM Was EXIDE mm SERVICE THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makei of Batteries Repaired and Work Lethbridge Motors iO Radiator Leaking When your radiator lealcs bring it to us for We have the best equipped nhop in town for this Kind of All radiators repaired under our different processes are guar anteed leakproof on leaving tha Radiators put through differ ent processes of rins ing nnd boiling before Shop at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Main Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 Box 978 Will STORAGE fl BATTERY ard SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and we will send for your but tery and store same during tho winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phone 616 On 31st Our Sale of Tires at Re duced Prices Closes COME IN AND BUY YOURS BEFORE IT IS TOO BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES K OUR RED CROSS BOX 31 ;