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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IIIKSIMY. FI:BI\1!ARY 26. 1918 , riijE ltifexnnf\IDGE' DAILY HERALD PAGE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" : - . ; at ,;�  - m - m ---------------- 'iMg By G. McManual ARE VOU MP. Jl- VOU OO ME As FAVOR- I VANT VOO TO OOlN ME IN REQ.Ue5>T\N- JONEt> TO RECtTE - FOR \OOR OWN a;gueg are above the draft age limit: Jimmy Aiuwtln, Frank Baker, Jack CoUlnfl.i Gavvy.Gpavath. Jaike" JJaubert, Larry Doyle, Aintbur Plebcher, � Charley Hersog, t.Heinle Zimmerman, Larry ' Oardn�r, George GiUion, Ivan Howard, Bill KUlifer, Shienrood Magee, Fred Lud�rua, Oeorie : McBrlde, Eddie Plank, Jack Murray Sohulte, Bert ShpttoD. Oscar'StaaaKe, Terry Turner, -Jimmy Walsh, Leoii Ames, Larry Cheney, Bddte Cfcsotte, Jack Coomba, Ji^erii Lavdndei- an'd Horry Salee. , . Bddie Plank is the Nestor of the n. empi^, tlie family record accrediting bia^ wiUi 42 igitmmers. George Gibson probably Is the a�Bed asking the legislature tor power to prohdblt, if nece8Bund, no-decJaloii bouts legalized in Kentucky, it I� �a.ldtliait both the house and eeu�te committees Ivave voted ^unahiimoiisly to report favorably on the'bills that have been prepenited. The bills provide tor lihe creation of' a boxing.oommlEaloa to have supervision over all cointeis'ts and^ preiiorlbo tUo nvaoiner in wMoh all bouta G'haU''bo conducted. Better have those braWs of yours relined b^joxe .you lave an acGi Ident. Bijou Motor Parlors Limited .;" ' TttE .HOUSE QF. SBRYICB. S,, . j.-y -'...-U. FIFTfji^l^TRKlT sbUJH t . ,, LBT|hlBBID6E, ALTA. bring.Nea.1 Allison, the Waterloo light, welglit, who >vanta a tsrack' at tiie Ca-nadfan champion has wot been depldpd. Allison is a frlenid of Cbarlle Caye of Letlibridge who clalnia the Waterloo youngster is a wonder and \Ypuld give Tait the bout oriila Ute, Aillaon has had over CO ring battles, and has won over 40 of ithem, losing only six.: Of those he hais won >U as/folitow's: ^ ^j^^; SwiUle.............. ^' 6" .5.70 Atoconver ... 8; 7 ..WSj l.-'(>,rttaa!d.,f,,;.v..,,....;.v.'..-->AJ^^ The standing of the.teama to^date la aa follows:  " Won Lost Irwln-DoManbey ...... 7 1 WllUanifl-Jennlngs ,. ... 5, 1 Neods-ProQstone b' 3 Green-Clark .. ;. . ... 4. 2 TJeborsotzlg-Sloam ...... 5 4 Murray-Frey .... ..... 5 4 Shovor-WUlotta .. . .� ... G G M-ercer-W'ams ........ 4 5 Liscombe-MIllar S 5 Smith-Evans ......... 5 7 liickson-Benton ....... 3 6 Alrd-Rayraoud .-, .. .. ;. 0 9  Llscombe and .Millar'played ono tie game with Irwin and DeMambey, and Ui'ere Is one pos'fcponod match to be played oft th'ls week on Thursd;jy niglit between' Williams 'and Jeanlngs and Green and Clark. . TOLEDO'S GRAND CIRCUIT LIST Toledo, Ohio, Fob. 25,-Six early closing stakes aggregating $16,200, in �addition to thirteen claiss races dlvldr od over five days i� the program announced last night by directors ol the Toledo Driving Club for Toledo's first yoa.r in the Grand, Circuit, The directory Voted down the ivro-posal'to tiake up the M,. and M. Stake for $10,000 surrendered when; Detroit dropped out of the Grand Circuit All iraces; with the exception ot those for |oolt8/wtll bo threeln .five heatis. liln-'.trles olJso March 18. CAN USE. TITLE Ottawa, Feb. 25,-Men .who. have WV'O. Ithe DiistliiKiUshod Qondtujt Me^al or the MlUtary Medal At the frortt are entitled ib luworlbe- tlie letters'"D. .0. M." or."M. M." atier their names, /This , Infocmatlon' 1�, contained In nnlUtla,orders Issued .by tlio military hmaQuartera hero today.' ; NCREASEIN OUTPUT IF iNES liEOTOFULL Calgary, Feb. 25.-An Increase of 4,250,000 tons can be effected In tho production of Alberta coal this year It all mines hi the Drumheller, Edmonton, Lethbrldge, Crow's Nest, Can-more and northern districts are worked to capacity, according to figures furnished Ijy the coal operators to government officials at a recent conference at the Hotel Palllser in this city. The conference was called by the government in pursuance of its campaigns for a larger production of coal, and urgent representations were made to the operators tor the necessity of running their mines to capacity output. They were' given to understand that tho government will cooperate in every possible way. Want Miners' Co-Operatlon While no definite information can bo obtained on the subject, It is understood that a movement Is on foot to obtain the co-operation of the XJn-'| ited Mine Workers organization in the campaign, probably through members of the executive working in conjunction, with the operators. At the request of tho government; every coar mine operator In the\lx districts mentioned submitted  estl: mates of the increase In production that they believe could be attained at their particular mine. The totals of all these increased production estimates were as follows: Lignite Coal Drumheller District- Tons On basis of 300 working days per year.......... 1,800,000 Edmonton district- . On basis of 300 working days per year ......... 850,000 Lethbrldge district-On basis of 300 working' days per year ......... 400,000 Estimated total Increase lignite mines ....... 3,050,000 Bituminous Coal Crow's Nest, Canmore and Northern fields- Estimated Increase ..... 1,200,000 Total estimated increase ot all classes of coal upon the basis of 300 working days' to the year............ ... 4,250,000 The operators made It plain that the foregoing estimated increases are based upon the same amount of labor ns is now available' and with "ample transportation facilities." A FUND FOR SOLDIERS Edmonton, Feb. 26.-Tho Grand Lodge of Alberta, I. O. O. P., will contribute $1,000 and subordinate lodges will be assessed $1 per member for the creation ot a fund to be known as the "Oddfellows' Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief Fund." This act-Ion was decided upon at the last session of the Grand Lodge convention here, Friday afternoon. Other resolutions passed were: That dues of all members serving In forces prior to September 30, 1917 be remitted from date ot enlistment, and they be retained as non-beneflclal members until discharged. That all members serving In the forces .who have been suspended for non-paymeut of dues be reinstated. That sub lodges bo not required to pay a per capita tax on soldier members. That the Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief Fund be used exclusively tor the paying of benefits to fighting members and widows, orphans or dependents of same, or to give relief In special cases. 'Tnat the following administer the fund: O. E. TIsdale, H. J. Adams,, John Gillespie, J. J. B. Little and J. Ross. The next meeting ot the Grand Lodge win be held in, Calgary, February, 1919. is.sliNl HELD AT FOREMOST (From Our Own, Correspondent) Foreraoat, Feb. 23.-Weber Red Cross is busy selling tickets for the raffling ot a horse presented by Mr. Skelton, tor the benefit of our wounded soldiers. The horse is a valuable one. Mrs.. Wm. Dick and Mrs. L. McKlnnon have already sold, many tic-Icets. We trust that their efforts will be ^niply rewarded by a flowing pijrso for the greatest of all'causes, that of the Red Cross. . , Tlie.West Committee of Fdfemost Red Cross met at Mrs. J. Carrlngton's home on Thursday, There waa quite a large �Ctcndance of members. Mr. and Mrs. Conkling and children ha"0 returned from tho States. Mrs.: Kingsburg .has returned from' Great Palls, Mont., , The L�thbrldige-Mianyberrles train had a tough time getting into Foremost, She was nine;'hours overdue. "Bhe drifits on the line were not deep but were very densely packed. ' A Sund'ay School convention^ was iheld In the Methodist church last �wm'ki'i. Olergymon of the Preabyterlaa madH Methodist churches, spoke. Demon^v! stratlons of C. S. B. T, were giveikl Tho church was crowded. WHY THE GERMANS WANT INDEMNITIES ROM AMERICA ' (From "Life") To defray the cost ot shells used In killing American Red'Cross ambulance drivers. ' To pay for, gas bombs dropped on Aii\ericna doctors. 'i'o roinibiirne the Imperial German Government for cost of torpedo that sank the Tjusitanla. To pay tor the crushed glass placed In American Red Cross bandages by German spies. ' To roplaco In the Imperial Treasury the five hundred million dollars expended on German propaganda In Hriierica. 7600 PURCHASERS OF MO-LINE UNIVERSAL TRACTORS HAVE PRODUCED A POPU. L^RITY WHICH FORCES PRO'-DUCTION TO THE 20,000 MARK FOR 1918. People's Forum Communications under this beadiBM'^ must bear the aignaturea ot thif writers. 1' '-_ BIDS THEM godspeed To the Editor of the Herald:- Dear Sir,-Kindly allow me p�c^ ; to say a few words In regard to Mr. � Geo. Ewing, who with his wife and little son, have passed out ot the : of the people of Taber to take up : their residence In the city ot 'POrt.:; William, a port at the head ot ..tlia . Great Lakes. I might say a great sea port tor that Is what Fo^t William and Port Arthur i will eventually become. Great shipbuilding � interests will grow up there on the completion oC: the Georgian Bay canal when ther win become tlie great shipping poinn for the grain and other produce ot these western provinces. ' Mr. Ewing came among us ,Mm� years ago, taking charge ot the'B^�t>> em Township Bank, which was the 1 first Institution of the kind to locato; here.  Afterwards the Elastem Townships Bank was absorbed by the Ca* nadian Bank of Commerce and Mr. r Ewlng was continued as manager of same. Being a j^oung man ot;good, address, he was veiry successful la-' gaining the good will ot the people o(.'^ Taber and surrounding country and building up a large business for: the, bank which he represented. TheCli-� nadian Bank ot Commerce iB'noyrii showing Its appreciation ot hi; goqd' work in the "Taber district by seleet"'; ing Mr. EwIng to represent them latv'. Fort William where ho will, acquire ;| experience in handing larger lines t>Ci-�<, business. And should be prove'a auc�.,''l cess at Port wnilam (of wblcfa'l haveiij no doubt) he will eventually rise itUlv^f higher, and some day In the; futurer;! will be called to represent'the CBna<< dlan Bank of Commerce as a western'^ director of that institution. ' Mn EwIng will be missed by, many: In Taber as he was a Jovial^ young { gentlemab, taking part in. all �poctaT| and giving a helping hand In overyo, thing that was tor the welfare ot tbq' X town. The Hermit especially, will mls�^ S his friendly visits to his cell, and 'eo,, | too will Sliver Locks, and thejr nowiv'J take the liberty ot wishing htm aB<|;'J his family health and happineia,''iii~^'f their new home/ at ihe head' ot thja|,'r" Groat lakes. ' " ' / 'i-'^ �?- W. BRUSH ORUBB, l Taber,-Alt;^|'| The Chevrolet Closed Caris die Car for Rough Weather CALL AND SEE IT ^ BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OP THE CHBVROLEJ BACK OF UNION BANK' . HARRY HOLMAN. H^l i} Price advance on these goes into effect on lit March. Orders will be booked up to end of this month at old price for spring delivery. LETHBRIDGE MOfi^M LIMITED 111(1 SL &^MbrUM ill 6?4689 3566 ;