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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta nnfe lETHBrOGE DAILY liERALD MONDAY. DECEMBER 30, W18 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManiis do "too know-i'm in love; I thought there wuz the matter with too - SMITH  SHE , Cb AN it'S AvCINCH YOU NtVEH how s>hejow?EOj - vMEN ml^t>ed ru no I UOOK HOV I TALL YOU ARfe; EES GAIERSBY BASEBALL TRADE iVa/> Lajoie Is Thro' P ID WP CCA Waltei-s Fills in Breach Behind Bat Caused by Carrigan's Defection - NEW yOR.K, Dec. 30-Perusal of the trade in which .Miller Huggtas obtained tor the Yankees Hub Iieonard, Ernie Shore and Duffy I^ewis, in ex-; change for Al Waiters, Rey Caldwell; Frank Gilhooley and Sliin Love, gives the deal a 50-50 sort of loolf n-itli the ad%'antase. if any exists, resting on the side of Kd. BarroT\-. In Lewis, Hnggins obtained strength for his outfield, something he has never possessed. In Al Walters he gave to Barrq.w one ot the American league's best young catchers, something the Red Sox have needed since Bill Carrigan became a banker. The pitchers added to the Yankee staff by the dicker will help, but the additional slabmen slipped to Barrow will aiso help the Sox to till a depleted staff. Gilhooley's worth is practically discounted through the fact that the fact that the Red Sox already have Hooper, Strunk and Shorten to draw from. The Red Sox were good enough last summer to win a pennant with only a little help from Leonard, none from 'Shore to speak of and little from liowis. Therefore, relinquishment of this trio hurt only slightly. The Sox -were badly in need of a catcl^er to help Agnfiw. So this helps them. The trade, however, places the Yankees within shooting distance of a pennant, for it gives them a strong outfield and a strong pitching staff. They have a good infield. CLEVELAND. Ohio. Dec. 30.-Napoleon Lajoie, for tiventy years conceded to be one ot' the world's greatest . infielders, today announced his retirement from professional basobai!. For j many years he was considered iht-[leading second baseman. Last sensou Lajoie managed the Indianapolis team of the American association. Once only in his 2 years' career on the diamond did Lajoie belong to a pennant winning team. That was in 1917, when he managed the Toronto team of the International league. GETS UiERM ON P YEAR'S OAY President vs Vice-President Annual Event Scheduled-New Members Invited INY'FLU CASES IN CAROSTON COUNTRY Death of J. P. Low, Causes Sorrow in Community-Members of Family 111 ? > > : : ? : : > ; : : : .> ? > BIG LEAGUE SERIES CHICAGO, Dec. ser- ? ^ isB of games in Europe after ? ^ the close of the 'baseball sea- ? �> son here next fall is planned ? ^ ?or the pennant winners in the * Ban Johnson, president of the -> * Americaa Le.^gue, hag had the >  project under consideraticn for > * some time and delegated Bill ? * Ijaing, st�r , National League > %� player ^0 years ago, who is ia :  Prance engagod In Yj.M.C.A. > > tvoi'k, to look over the field and > taking two major league teams. ? ? across the Atlantic. C-  : ir 0 mea It all can attend. ,, i miners who lost their lives in The ^settlements that had escape.. Uj.eat explosion of 190i\ when iSi the epidemic are now reported as having the dread visitation. At Hill Spring it was introduced from Mac-leod -and the medium of the -i'lUage hotel. Some five families are. reported as having numbei's affected. At Leavitt several families are also ill. Mr. Henry Matkin came to town lost tlieir lives. Her ce.afli is a sad, blow to her mother aad faauly. who', have the sympathy of Vne wtiOic j. population of Ferci*. She was a Tie-j .tim of that iingerias sr-oai^e, mHu-| enza, which turned lo pi!*a=icriiE. The ' Sisters of Rebekah w^rE- o-nt is in!i , strength and marcie-d imniedis.leJT i for help, having his wife and ten chll- behind the Sah-aticc ^rm-r dren all ill with It. | which led the cortete -.3 -bV ^sr^i Several cases, about 12 in number,; gj^jg^ .^^.j^g^^ funeral s�.rTit.-=- ii� ' are reported at the town office for the ! ^ performed. A 3jtrr- p-o- last 10 >day3 here m Cardston. How- ^^^^.^^ .^^^^^^^ ^.^^ - ^- PARIS, Dec. 30.-Unless Poland Receives food supplies and clothing from the aliies Immediately there is grave danger that the poulation. which is facing starvation, will Join the Bolshevik! movement.and thereby menace the stability of the new government, according to Stanislauii Hempil, an side de camp of Gen, Polsud-ski, military bead of the Polish povernment. SIXTEEN IN TANK KILLED LONDON.-Following are the results of .scheduled English league football game.?, played on Christmas Day therefore His Worship has been more and Roxing Day. on the grounds of frequently greeted as "Grandpa" of ever "business as .usual" seems to be the motto. iJIr. and Mrs. Henry Smith are the proud possessors of a baby girl, born on the 2Gih Inst., at the local hospital. Mrs. Smith (nec Rhoda Pitcher) is our mayor's second daughter, and : 'WILSON VISITS HIS O'tt'EX SOUND.-Details have been . , j . - r&c*iTei5 by bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. went on foot and m motor cirs ii= j^^, Pesock cf Owen Sound, of the cemetery to pay their :.ii- loi-ss " PRAGUE, Dec. 27.-Acterdlng to the reports here, the entente i, powers h.ive decided to give to Csecho-Slovakia the German foreign colony of Tegoland, in west Africa, and a portion of Hungary, so that the boundaries will conform with the historical frontier of Slavic territory. !t i� declared that a note has been sent to Hungary outlining the proposed boundary and ,isking that government to evacuate the territory mentioned." � � ' respect to the memor>- of parted. the first-named clubs: CHRISTMAS DAY Southern Combination Crj-stal Pslace 3, Chelsea 0. Brentford 2, Fulham 1. late. jlr. and Mrs. Warfen L; Smif.h are also visiting at Cardston for the I e*�ipe of Pic. Harold Peacock, who ws.s a pnfoser in Germany. In the ' grea;: o.'fes'iTt cf last August the ; jank ia w'i:ich Pi-e. Peacock was, got ; a cirect hit from a shell, and sixteen !0f those on l-card were killed, the MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE;?urTiTors o*ing t^ken prisoners. With other prisone.T he was working at Leraing in Belgium, when tliey heard ,........, ----------- ----- CARLISLE, England, Dec. 29.- . . holidays, tils Mi-s. Smith being the President and Mrs. Wilson arrived at' armiiitice. The next; mayor's eldest daughter, formerly Carlisle, the birthplace of President;'^''5' ^'^ �^ prisoners, including Miss Susie Pitcher and one of our Wilson's mother, at !1.30 this morn-1 Peacock, took the first chance ot Queen's Park Rangers 1, Tottenham teaching staff here for a number ot ing.' The weather was very, wet, but escape, and set out for Narour. At _. -.____1 ---- T i;.'ir*l� wo �ti �Vin nt,r TAKEYOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 fIfTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL fix IT Dickson . Schweitzer Shover ... Briggs .,. Bvans ,.. 167-44 ; 134-41.S 134-44:; 140-4Sa 170-501 years. Jlr. Warren L. Smith la now managing a large ranch south of Seven Persons, Alta. 0 Another happy "grandfather" is Pres. Bdw. f. Wood as Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield Moore . Ktilpas . Iverson Stark .. 77t; 771 Barons ... 12.9 ... 16!) ... 1S7 ... 145 ... 169 131 168 163 170 1S4 745 229t' l?,.")-3t),9 125-4G2 176-506 155-470 144-497 779 815 739 233;^ GAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any 5-Pasiienger Car We Will Overhaul for $35.00. PARTS EXTRA Palace Garage9 2nd Ave. S, _STODDART A RAVEN - AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Glen AVood are being congratulated j dish street, built by his grandfather, on the arrival of a daughter also honi large crowds lined the streets, cheer- C^l'a'oDS the pvople gave the e.scapod ing the presidential party lustily.' wonderful reception, and after The president signed the freemen's f ''/^'^ Peacock reached Ca-roll, visited the site ot his late grandfather's chapel and house in Caven- Hntspur 1. West Ham United 2, Millwall Ath letic 0. Clapton Orient Ar.senal 3. Midland Section Leicester Fosse 2. Birmingham 0. Barnsley t, Uotheram County 2. niadford 2, Bradford City 1. Notts Forest 2. -Notts County 1. I^eds City P.. Coventry 2. ness call at Cardston on the 26th and I BHRLIN, Dec. 2S.-Formal objec . - --- Grim..0. Box 978 SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists �your battery needa- T�ry careful attention during tb� cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will aend for your battery and store same durlnR th� winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date Battery Station. S11 7th Stratt S. Ph*nt 618 Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES - - - EXPERT REPAIRS ' MILLER GEARED-TO-THE.ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" _ Under New Management. FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA \ RUGBY-NORTHERN UNION Christmas Day lirougliton Rangers ri, Salford 5. Hull 21, Kingston 5. St. Iltiens Recreation 20, St. I-Tel-ens 0. Ilunslel (I. Batley 0. l.^ed.5 !i, Devv.5burv 2. Halifax S, Bradford 3. ' Boxing Day V,'a.-ringtun o. WIdncs 0. Hiadtord 12, Halifax 3. St. HelKD.s Heoreation 8, Wigan 4. Salford 9, Swinlou Is. Racing AEsociation, were destroyed by fire Saturday. The loss was estimated at more than f200,000. WAITING FOR WILDE CLBWELAND, Ohio, Deo. � 30.'- Tommy Walsh, of Chicago, Pal Mooro'-; ROBBED GOETHE HOME BASEL, Dec. 29.-Burglars recently entered the former home of Ooetlie, the poet, and carried off a quantity ot mementoes of Goethe. Goethe's home was built in 1679 and was occupied by the poet from 1792 to 18'a2. It was "bequeatlied lo the state In 1885 by the poet's last grandson fiitd opened as the Goethe National Museum. TO APPEAL THE CASE TORONTO, Dec. 30.-An appeal manager, announced here last night will be heard before a supremo court that he .will not close with any Bng- judge in Toronto on Jan. 7 from tho ii�h pionioier for at least a month decision of the police magistrate of or until he is convinced that Wilde Stratford, who sentenced Arthur Skld,-will - not come to /.'merlca to box more, the Stratford machinist, to im-. Moore. Ho said Moore preferred to box prlsonment and a fine for having In in America, but is wlllinB to go to, his possession two eoffiea �t �k8 t'l'V' ^.England. j�dian Forward i'--- ' i exide battery ;e J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Makes of Batteries Repaired and Work Guaranteed. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. 1 On Dec. 31st Our Sale of Tires at Reduced Prices Closes COME IN AND BUY YOURS BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. E A\LIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION BANK ^ LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IM OUR RED CBQ88 OK ' ?53487 3?10 ;