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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THfc DAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus LOOK HOW TALL YOU ARE: DO YOU KNOW- Mfr.JWi I'M IN LOVE For Good CLEVELAND. Ohio, poieon Lajoie, for twenty con- 1 lo be one or the world's gr 'cedra lo ue one or me worm 81 PITH A I I Tfl H HP i today announced his 1 Hfl If from baseball. For HOLOHLL Heath of J. 1'. Low, Causes Sor- row in hers of Family 111 Wnllci-s Kills in Breach Behind Bal Caused by Cardigan's Defection YORK, Ilec. of Uie trade in which Miller Huggins ob- tained for the Yankees Hub Leonard. Ernie Shoro and Duffy Lewis, !n 01-. change for Al Walters. Rev Csldwell.; Frank Gilliooley and Slim Love, gives the deal a 50-50 sort of look with the advantage. If auy exists, resting ou ihe side of Ed. Barrow. In Lewis, Hoggins obtained strength for his outfield, something he has never possesses. In Al Wallers, he Eave to narrow- one si the American league's best young catchers, some- thing the Red Sox have needed since Bill Carrijan became a banker. Tbe piichers added to the Yankee staff by the dicker will help, but the additional slabmsn slipped !o Barrow will aho help Ihe Sox to till a deplet- ed slaff. Gilhooley's worth is prac- tically discounted through the fact that the fact thai, the Red Sox already have Hooper, Stnmk and Shorten to draw from. The Red Sox were good enough last auramer to win a pennant witti only a little help from Leonard, none from -Saora to and little front Lewis. this trio hurt only slightly. The Sox Tiers badly in need of a catcher to help Agnew. So this helps them. The trade, however, places the Van- iaea within shooting distance of a for it gives them a strong ontfield and a strong pitching staff. They have a good infield. secon baseman. Last I Lajole managed the Indianapolis team of the American association. Once only In bis 2 years' career on tha diamond did Lajoie belong to usnnaut winning ieam. That was in 1917, when he minted the Toronto team of the International league. Took Lethtmdge Into Camp at Tiarons by Margin of 41 Pins Barons millionaires annexed tut honors In the first bowling tangle ol the season between the Wheat Bar- OBS and the Coal City trundlers alag- ed on the alleys of lac northern burg on Saturday night. President vs Vice-President An- nual Event Members Invited knights of tile besoon and slane will be down to business in good shape and will the season here on New Year's day with IKe good old standby Pres- ident vs competi- tion. It is Hoped that every member or intinding memr.ir will out for this event. Any new curlers who have not been sKn ss yet will give their to of the membership committee, they will see are placed for a game. There will be playing morn- ing and alternoon. Skips are requested to line up their rinks and hand in nam2S of tame as soon as possible to the secretary. The membership committ-e' 13 as follows: H. J. H. Skeith, C. Carberry, J. S. Kirkham, L. W. Clark. our Own Coires' CARDSTOX, Oec. ot Cards ton was shocked 10 bear Hut Mr. Jamos P. had died suddenly at itho Ualt Fiospltal in I.ethbridge near .30 p. in. on tho 2Sta. The cause so ar as known here is heart failure. Mr. Low bas been in poor health for the past sovcrr.l months ami was persuaded treatment. to go to Letubridge 'or Ho was not known to.be LONDON', Dee. Mori Oeorre. In recelvlnc American jiaper Mrrcspoudeiilu nt MB reiidenco Saturday night, that confer- ences vrllli Iho president V1 brought about au agreement oil eeneral prin- ciples. Tin premier esM he fell ae- aureil Unit mailers which had been sereod upon between, tho United Statea anil England would prove ot the greatest assistance In tho work of tlio peace i-onfereuce. I'raclically an understaiidlni; has al- ready been reached betweeu tbe en- [onto regarding tho admlBBtoit ot tho various nations lo conferonco Itself. the premier. Iu bin Iu Parts wllh the pre- of Fvoncs and llily, President Wilson hail become fully acquainted with tbelr views and had also at1- a knowledge ot the 'UrlllsH slaudpoint. continued tho premier, l'l feel asanreil that all these powers ore in accord on tho basic principles of ibe jioBce which will tomo before the uontanmcc. At any rate, it will be certain [bat America and England be found -woikluB in complete harmony In tlie conference." At the close of his address, answer- inn a question as to when ho eipecl- letl tliu to go' to j Paris. Ihe premier replied lhat owing (.spoiim to ito ii.-r.iia> 1 Soldiers Say Liner Quarantined IJRXIli IKH-. Uroa! Cabin PltsscngCI'S I business, It could not he bcfora the To Up lhe tir6t ot "10 ncw i Toucl.lng on the report coming from Deo. co-.-.dem-' United States, that Andrew .mioiot'lio transport N'orthlanil and chancellor of the dCheo.uer, lie officor ii cliarge ot the troops would.be one ot lhe delegates, tl.o Kl1 Veterans end the ladles of Iho 1. 0. K. hud a Christmas tree entertain- ment in Victoria Hall on Friday tilglil, at which all the children of overseas soldiers were remembered wllli pres- ents which were so numerous as lo greatly ovcilux the capacity of tt nearin- the end until a feiv hours pre- vious to Ms death. Ills sons, J. Wal- ter and Ceo. 0. Low went at onca to Lethhridge by auto and brought home the remains by yesterday's train. It has not beeu deemed wise under present conditions to hold a public tunernl. but services will be conduct- ed at the cemetery. Tho remains will leave the family" residence at about to's evergreen tree and spread one upou the floor and stands provided for the purpose. A feature of tile affair was tho presentation of ;i tu.-key to rach wife und mother of soldiers at the front, there being SO turkeys distributed to spread comfort and cheer to tho-fami lies of the men not yet returned. A bounteous supyer was the most joyablo feature of the evening. he of-or icargo o e on I or Westniore, 31st .Kilnte.l out thai it f KF, Winnipeg, was vosslblo as the chancolor w r in nr. pressed-by 50 returned men who In Ottawa Saturday. The men were almost unanimous in their as- sertions tiic.t rniidiiions could not have been worsd. Tbe charges are largely clong Ihe line of statements already published, with Ibe addition ot ibe following: That the ship was held tn quaran- tine not on account of a smallpox waa im- ran tlic sovernment leader In the houso of obrnnionB and his presence would lie needed at home. Tha funeral of Miss Margaret Me- line not on account of a smallpox eoi took place this afternoon from Ucare. but In order to allow cabin i pat- Leoi took pace ts aternoon rom Thomson's undertaking parlors to the sense" lo recover from tha effects or cemetery. Mnggie Mcl.eod, as liquor. was universally known and lored in UUIlClMlLII MIWHIJ .luu IVJIt-ii III I tho conimunlty where she had grown STARVATION FOU p.m. anil services, at the grave not all can attend. miners who lost their lives in th- Tho settlements that had escapei. explosion of I3K, witn 13J men the epidemic are now reported as struggle, with both II was a close- sides working; hard to .win. No htg scores were I up. Brlggs of the locals was the only man. on either vam to go over the] 200 mark, and he made the grade in ,...i a spaak ot aad 1 Hie irom m {or -ni h si Therefore, relmquuhracnt of Kuloas of tlarons an if BIS LEAGUE SERIES FOB EUROPEAN FANS CHICAGO, Dee. 28.--A ser- ies of games in Europe aiteT the dose of the baseball sei- son here neit fall is planned for the penn'ant -winners in the National and American leagues. Bin Johnson, president of the American Lei sue, has had the project under consideration for some time and delegated Bill Lains, Mar .National League player years ago, who is iu 'r France engaged in Y.JI.C.A. ivoik, to look oTer the field and report on tho feasibility of cf the evening. Kulpas of Damns an- aeied the high lota! honors with 50S, with Evans of Lethbrtdge second with 501. These were the only two to go over tlie 500 mark. Barons took the first by the narrow I margin of three pins. They put on a spurt in the second and rolled thii only SOO game, winning out by 44. won tho final by six pins. This gave Barons a le-id on the total of 41 plni. Baron? will invade Lethhridgo antl stack up againet the locals next Sat- urday evening at the Dominion alleys. The'scores: POLES, OR IIIV having Ibe ilread visitation. At Hill Spring it was introduced from Mac- leod -and the medium of the village hotel Some live families are. reported lost ilieir lives. Her cealh is a blow to her mother !rmily. irno have tha sympathy cf she Tviole population of Ferrie. S-ie wj.s a ,tim of that lingeries; 'enza, which turned to isters' of Rebekah or: In us having numbeft affccteil. At Leavitt several families are also ill. Mr. Henry Slatkin cauie to aml for help, having his wife and ten elm-1 behind On- drc-n all ill with it. .........._..... Several cases, about 12 In number.; sjaSi the funeral cvl il are reported at the town offico {or Ihe I wa5 nerioriaFd. A Itri-; pr last 10 here in Cards'.on. cession Of friends PARIS, Dec. Poland Deceives food supplies and cloth- ing from the allies Immediately there Is grave danger that the poul.tlon. which is facing starva-' iisn, will join the Bolshevik! movement and thereby mensce the stability of government, according ia Stanislaus Hempll, En de cam? cf Gen, Polsud- ski, mllitiij- hesd cf the Polish ec-vernment. i03 irsy which led the cortege to ;ie SIXTEEN IN TANK KILLED PRAGUE, Oec. to the reports here, the entente powers have decided to give to Cloche-Slovakia the German for- eign colony of Tc-goland, In west Africa, and a portion of Hungary, so that the boundaries will con- form with the historical frontier of Slavic territory, it declared that a note has been tent to Hun- gary outlining the proposed bound- ary and asking that government to evacuate the territory mention- IT? are the re- sults of scheduler! English league foot- our ball games, played on Christinas Uay anil Boiini; Day. L'fv ,1-iiSlatd. Fonvarii EXIDE BAIIERY J. O. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Maket cf Batteries Repaired and Work Lethbridge Motors Ltd. G-O On Dec. 31st Our Sale of Tires at Re- duced Prices Closes COME IN AND BUY YOURS BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK UAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES II] OUR RED CROSS iOX ;