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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS THR LETIimWrtiE HERALD THimSDAY, JANUARY "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus -TH______ E I----- TH Cnrling Season Officially i fee ed Local Competitions Start Next Week BOWLING CHALLENGE The Herald five-pin team has bitch- ed up its suspenders, grabbed the Xcw Year by the fordoes and issued a defiant challenge to all and sundry to do battle on ihe Dominion alloys. The Bankers or ihe Mechanics are pre- ferred as the first victims. The match -witl be pteyed ffiiy time, any place to suit the team brave enough to accent Though the annual president Vice-president curHnjr competition open? the curling season every year found the games split 50-50 when the returns were all In on New Year's Day, President. Reid won out by a margin of nine on the total Ecore. Tba first four games found the vice- president leading by a larga margin, fcat in the second set the president's cohorts walked away -with their op- ponents by some large margins. some ot the local com- petitions, will be opened. For the re- mainder of the scratch games ytitt ha in order. Following ere Wednesday's scores: President. S Nelson 10 Ileid......... Hamilton..... Peat......... Fairlie....... Alrd......... Marnoch..... Baalim...----- ..10 Shepherd McKenzie Carberry Marts 5 ..14 ..20 ekeitl ..9 Fox ..13 Clark Charles Comisky Surprises the Unseball World Announcing Succe5.sor to Rowland CHICAGO, Pet-. A. Co- Date For New Election Coal Output on the Increase PKRXIB. long looked for date of tlie second electron for of- ficers of District IS, U.M.XV. of A. has at last been officially announced for Jnu. 16th, at which lime those candi- dates who lew! in the contest for pre- sident, vice-president, and Other of- ficers Trho did not receive n clear ma- jority of aH the votes cast will ho nmtey, owner of the Chicago club'again voied for; ihe two candfdates the American league, surprised i who received the highest numher ol [the oasiball worlil tonight T.'ith the votes cast at the December election, announcement that Willteui F. "Kid" j will he the candidates in each case. EDMO.VTOX, Jan. Al Gleason, a famous old-time player. the present holder of the title, and "Kid" Carson, formerij" of Brook- lyn, X.Y.. now a resident of Edmon- ton, fougiit a draw here this afternoon ia taeir match for ihe middleweight champion ship ot Canada. The deci- sion was a popular one, as neither man had anything on the other in tha 25 rounds. It was the fastest, cleanest and most satisrsctory eihl- bit ion of bo-Ting erer seen here. Ross, who weighed in at 160 pounds, bad 15 pounds' advantage over his opponent, also suffering from a broken hand after the ninth round. Total.........56 Old Country Football Scores Scottish Results GLASGOW, Jan. leasce resutls yesterday: Dumbarton 1, Clydcbant 1. Bangers 1, Celtic 1. Queens 2, Ayre 2. Pftrtick 1, Third Lanark 2. Clyde 0, Falkirk 4. Alrdrie 2, 1. Hamilton 1, Mothertrell 1. 1, St. Mirrea 3. hid been appointed manager of the I club, succeeding Clarence H. Row-' land, who piloted the White to For president, the secoud contest wi'u between Mr. Christopher and David For vice-president, Mr. of Fernie, aad McFagan, world's championship in 1917. of Brlliei Wjrj be up for second oallot- O'.eason. %vho is 53 years was jng. For delegate to tlie Trades and a star playsr for 20 years, and from Congress, the second balloting 1912 to 1J17 was connected with the wiu for Prank ot Bank- AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES lly (he Fatuous Hay wood System RE-TREADING i REPAIRING eiperlpucrj Workmen. AU Special lueut for Him Cut llspaira. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. EllHon Mlllj Radiator Leaking? your radiator leaks brills II to us lor repairs. We have the uest equipped stop in Iwn kind of work. All radiators repairs! under our Jltlemil processes are nuar- anlccd '.eakjiroof on IcavlDS Hia shop. Hnfliators put through dlder- ont processes of Gcraplng. rins- ing and Lolling betorn repairing, Shop at the rear ot Dallas Hotel on Main Street Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 978 White Sol as coach and assistant i hclui. David Rees. manager. For some unexplained rea- j The Of Secretary Ed. Browne son he was not associated witti the j cauEcd the delay in Ihe date lor (Fiom Our O FOREMOST, Alta., Dec. drop suddenly into severe winter weather rather a hardship, but then we have something to look back upon which should console us. Pte. L. M. WiltEe returned on Sal- unlay'a train lo Calgary, where ho will analt his discharge. The first meeting of the local Red Cross Society will be neld on Thurs- day afternoon, January 9. nt the home of Mrs, Roberts. As the two circles meet this year as one, :i larga attendance Is anticipated. All ladies are given a rery cordja! invitation to attend. Sir.ce oar (rain service has been reduced the question is being asKed whit form of government iz at the head of our coua'iy? Mr. J. Piper vvns a visitor in Leth- bridge over the -week-end. Tho Sunday school sessions have been, resumed1 and will meet every Sunday afternoon at 2.30. All par- ents are urgently asked to co-operate and see tfcat tho children are in at- club last season. ,j.e sec0Dd balloting, tat that genlle- Tnc new manager started his man has so far recovered from the ball career in 1SS7 as a pitcher with (influenza us to bu aWe to resume his the Scranton (Pa.) club, and later unties at the Calgary olfice. The output of coal at the Coal creek mine is steariily 'increasing, the developed into a star second base- man. He was a member of the fa- mous Baltimore Orioles from to wilh thfl New York Giants from JS3S (o 1200. He finished his career as a player with the Philadelphia Nationals in 1507. White President declined tonight to give his reasons for the change, it Es understood that he felt that Rowland had lost his hold over the players. BUFFALO, X. Y., Dee. Dempaey, of Utah, knocked out Gun- boat Smith, of Xew York, in the sec- jnnd round of a scheduled ten round I bout hero tonight. Dempsey weighed pounds, Smith 178. Denrpsey scored nine knockdowns in Toe brfi! bout He floored Smith with a left jolt la the first minute c: Smith took the count and apparently dazed -when he re- covered his feet. He tried to cover, but after a few seconds of boxing, Dempsey knocked him down again Throughout the rest of the round. Smith was on the defensive, trying unsuccessfully to parry the blows which floor. At the opening ol the second round, Smith attempted to lake the of'en- sUe, Dernpaey sidestepped his punch- es and rushes, knocking Smith down again. As tho New Yorker came op, a right swing caught him on the heid and he went to the floor for the full count. Previous to tonight's bout, the two men had fougtt two four-round no decision conteels In" California, rejieatedly sent him to the CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any 5-Passenger Car We Will Overhaul for PARTS EXTRA Palace Ave. S. 3TODDART RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS CHICAGO, Dec. B, .Trfmson, president of the American League, went to Indiana today to spend New with relatives, after which he tonnage coming out. reaciting the ihiiiKanri mirk flail The sEDEle shift method seems to be meeting the requirements of- the situation and all parties Efiem satisfied with the work- A most enjoyable social gathering of the officers and members of the different boards ol the United Church of Fernie was held at tho home of A. I. Fisher, M.P.P. last night. MrJ. Fisher, who is president ot the Ladies' Aid, proved a most accom- plished hostess, ano' Mr. Fisher was at home in more than one sense while at the elaborately prepared repast set beloro the forty guests who tlie hospitality The ravages of the iafluer.ia has in- terfered very much with the church services, but prospects arc much (brighter for a speedy return to norm- the Increase of interest and ot at- tendance. Xo regular pastor has ytt been EC- cured, tie congregation has been fortunate in securing (he services of Kfiv. Batsold, late ol the 72nd High- landers, who recently returned from France. Itev. Batsold will be able to Pte. Emerson Roberta arrived home on Tuesday's train to spend N'ew Year Tvith his parents. Mr. Edwards returned on Tuesday after spending the holiday with friends in Calgary. ?.Ir. T. Kngraan, who has beea very low suffering with pneumonia after IhS TT" 2r? (r'arf greasing favorably. The Ladies' Aid will meet In the parsonage on Wednesday, January S at 3 p.m. Start the Xew Year right, is very jjood advice. Harold Bird, of Birdsholni, left on ednesday for Lethbridge where he loteniJs taking a course In gas engi- neering. A week's special services will be Drawing Up Big League Sched- jai conditions and a vigorous campaign May Quit Game League will go to French Lick Sprigs to meet remain with the correlation for the John A. Heydler, president of the three weeks and it Is hoped er- iional league, ue, and Barney arrangemenl mar by made per- f the Failure National jmaneni or at leaat until next June League club, where the tbrc-e draw up the major i919. ady ?cheduleg the i! Bcv. iiaisold conference mee occupied the pulpit laat The number of games has ana naa oeen ;en fixed at HO "anil It is Station Sunday un a am s said Ihcy will be distributed over an speaker hM a most asreoablo n Will) ntm E Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEARED.7O-THE-ROAO 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 f about [Jvo months and 10 days. A meeting of the National com- mission has been set for next Monday at Cincinnati. BARRY MAY QUIT "WORCESTER, Mass., Dec. 31 Barry, former manager of tho Hcd Sox, when seen early thla morn- Inr to say whether he would continue to piny baseball or not U the proposed deal under discussion by President Frazee of Boston and Clark Griffith o? Washington'to him goes through. "I would prefer to play ball in I he said. you quil if you arc he was asked. "That is altogether too rer-wnal a fluGation to Harry re pile J. TALK CANADIAN LEAGUE I.ONTJON, Ont., Dec. lions between the various former personality, find most enviable record from France. with him a as a soldEcr Ollker Just Hclurncd from Ov- Meeting of Town Council Our Oivn MAG RATH, Doc. rath i coined, homo her first soTdlera from overseas since tho signinc fM 'be arm- istlce.on Tuesday uiornicifr, when Cap- tain II. S- Taylor arrived. of hla being in Lelhbrltlge ivas rocciveil about 10 o'clock, people were at notified and a large croval was at Ilio station, although the v.-as cold and disagreeable. CaiJlain Tay- lor Eteppcrt upon, the platform amid cheers from the crowd nnrf all anxious to shako his hand and welcome him home. Captain Taylor was the lint Magrath man to enlist ami went over-} seas in the first year of (he war. He was in active serrlce In France anJ alter helng releasert ri'om a hospital has been in training in the Hoyal i Airial corps. Captain Taylor is a Magrath boy, ImvSng resided licre j practically all his life. His mother, has been a groat worker in Red Cross and other patriotic causes. She haaj two other sons in the country's EOT- vice. We nil Cajitain Tay- j lor hack to Ihe 'GarJen City. A special meeting ot town coun-1 ell was'held'on Monday nlternoon in order to'finish the work before tlie end ol the yonr, as no meeting was nn Jho rneular uay the week ba- foro on account of sickness. Open- ing prayer was offered by Mayor Ben- nion, Iloll call showed Mayor Tien- nion, Ilirle, Tanner, Wood, HodRCSj Harker nnd Scc.-Treas. fiich present. HHIs vcere prenenlet' or- dered paid. Solillcrs' home tat act "was presented and discussed. A statement oE Hcil Cross work, pa- (rfotic works of other Ilnea and what Magrtlh has done during Ihc war, along with re.-olulLons were presented and ordered Font to ihe Minister of All [Militia and Ilefense asking for war Acetylene Welding Springs Welded GENERAL AUTOMOBILE RE- PAIRING AND BATTERIES REPAIRED AND RECHARGED SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AH Work Under the Expert Man- agement and Supervision of George Lawford, recently fore- man of Graham Motor Co, PHONES 15-V4 AND 559 Second Avenue Opposite Lethbrldge Hotel held In the Methodist church, menclng on Tuesday evening, January 7, at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Thos. To of Calgary, will he the preacher. citizens in town and country adjacent t relics ior -Magrath. Accepted anil for-] are given a very cordial Invitation i warded. Other business was trans-j to attend these meetings. -Mr, Powell Is a Tery practical, forceful (speaker, and no one should Bliss hearing him. ANDY FIX YOUR RADIATOR flight and advise you regard- Sng its care, 418 Fihh StreetS. J.OXDON, Jan. hundred and serrnty sailors were drowned to- day a? ini reeult of the loss of tho Hrltiah steam yacht lolairc, off Stofn- oway, Scotland. The yacht hart 300 sailors on board, They were on a Xew Year's holiday leave. The ves- sel struck the da'nirerous rocks known as "The Beats of near Riorno- way harbor, and only about 30 ot them were caved. Many of the sur- vivors wero terribly Injured In Ihcir to reach the ehore. All ot yacht the officers and crew of the were lost- EDMONTON'. The Alber- ta government haa informed the the- alre people of province that it will unable [o provide compensia- lion for any Josses of the t for oheylnjf Uic order of the of heallTi and closliig their of biii'lncrs to the public dur- ing the first outbreak ot the Influenza epidemic. A -'crputaiton prominent theatre Canadian Uaseball owners art irnen waited on government a few headway, arrl a mectinfj is to 1'lays ago and placet! their case before bo called early In January In Brant-1 the government, Ttioy spoke of the losses frj the managfirnent anrl more particulsrly lha lo.i.ies to tho the- alrical were thrown out lord. J. J. Keenan, the local promoter, has marie aaU will be in. A position to disclose sev- eral propositions to the repre-enla- tivfts which will eventually culminate In the formation of romo ot a circuit, playing bHschall. I The plan (o indiifle Ottawa, Montreal j and Teterhoro as an cast division, mandate of tjij premier prom- of work tho is''d tonakk'raU' (he gov- ernment lia.a. tliat H not acted aCtcr vrhlch Mayor licnnton: thanked Ihe members of his council for their activity support in the town's affairs during tho past year. Closing prayer was offered by J, II. lUric. Mr. and J. 1C. Atkinson retam- ed to Magrath last wesk after spend- ing a short honeymoon in Spokane f and other points. They were imrrleil n Ixitbhrfdga on ihe 21sl insl. Mr. At- kinson is manager of the Royal Hank hero and is and favorably kcown both in Ifuslnesa ami social circles. Mrs. Atkinson (ncc .Was MHHo Chtp- itian, is tho second daughter oE.Mr. anct'Mrg. J. T. Chipman, an'l Is one of Magralh's most popular ladlea. We all join in -wishing them a prosperous and happy life. are pleased to note that Mr. Alex Poulsen is out again after a long spell of illness with typhoid fev- er. He was pleasantly surprispd by number of IUs young on Christmas night, Mr. and Mrs, fi. Pixlon o( Burley, lilaho, are hero spondlng the holidays with Mr.3. Piston's mother, Mrs. An- drew HasrnusiOn. Mrs. Smith, of Medicine Hat, dpent Christmas with her Mr. and Mrs. II, W, nradahaw. Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 OJd Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. 4th Avenue S., Lethbrldge W, H. OOWUNG W. S. COOK ,Ji ffrflrfiTV.TTffllfr Hfe ii N.B., ahocldng railway accident, (n which the loas of life )ia3 been variously es- timated from three to eight, occurred yesterday afternoon U'o miles from OlemHnc, on Ihe Tranaconttnenlal Railway, when a troop train carrying HOO sc, I'cra left thn, rails and rolled down me embanJtmcnl into tho icy walora of Long Jwfce. Tho official list of dead is: D. W. Johnson, Mfmlco, Ont.; Corp. 0. B. Hrnlth, Toronto; Corp. W. F. SlaKff. Toronto. H la estimated that between iO and 6i) of the aoldlcra wero Blight- George Connora, who camo (o west-1 cm Canada with the Wolaey expfirli- tlon In 1871 over the Dawaon trail, from l.oko Surcrior to Winnipeg, died at Colleston, Kaslc. SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery 'iiccds very Tul attention during tho cold woathor. Call Our Service Department and we will Eend for your hat- tery and store during Ihe winter at rates at our ujvto-dato Unitary Station. 311 7th Streets. Phono 61ft mpensation. Realizing ihejlj' Injured, whllo two aro rcportert to o? the Iheatro manafrcr3, he seriously Injured. Th9 nccldfint Hamilton find JSranttDrd ithc Kovernnidnt thought it ivonld be I said to have been due to a i as the end, finds able favor. to compensate the theatres rail. without rompcnsalliiis other biiBlnesx-i -H, rhiirchea anfl such like instltutlonfi I U.-Col. "BIHy" Bishop, V.C.. thft street railway lost which wore also [orccrl lo cluso. For celebrated Canadian Airman, prcdlcls 000 In November, Tho I" hold ilhrst compoiipailon not that tlrplanei will the place ol cblolly reaponsible. I bo Measure In future. Johnston's Freeze-Proof Will keep your radiator (rom freezing. It is easier to handle and is guaranteed lo be frost prooi, BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRE3 AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;