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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus T^KE mTTLE.o?�WALO OOT FOHAWALI^ AND KEh�EMaCR DON'T ^TOt> ANY VHERE I'M lat, for )2500. Next to General H., owned by Haig ot Calgary, a few years ago and sold by him to the Czar ot Russia, Homer Mao was the best horse ever owned In Alberta. J. W- McClaIn, owner ot the big McClaIn ranch at Monarch, had him on the western circuit a few years ago and the following year he was on the grand circuit where he cleaned up big money. Medicine Hat will now get this noble trackster through the enterprise of Mr. Skinnard, who Is well kn6wn In Lethbrldge. ' The deal is one ot the most important in the turf history of the province. OF FINE WEATHER Big Crowd Will Be on Deck for Tomorrow When Pictures WiU Be Taken More than a doxen golfer* were maki.ig the round* of the courae at Henderson Lake yesterday. That number will be doubled twice over thia afternoon and tomorrow, H. A. McKlllop, one of the 1917 beginners who etabllshed a record as a consistent player, Wept round In his shirt sleeves, doing ; the nine holes In 50, an^ stiites that the courseAwas In great shape. H. W. Crawford, E, Hi Wilson anil Judge Jackson were; among the other* who were enjoying the balmy January a|r of the links. Arrangement* are ' being made to take photographs o| the course and the crowd tomorrow.' You Are Not Rulihi^ Yom Car Now, Aflyhovr BUT ONE OF THESE DAYS YOU WILL WANT IT IN A HURRY. NQW IS A SPLENDID TIME TO HAVE IT THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND PUTIN SHAPE, IT WILL COST YOU . NO MORE NOW THAN LATER, AND YOUR CAR WILL BE READY WHEN YOU WANT IT. WE HAVE THE BEST REPAIR ' DEPARTMENT IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, SO YOU CAN BE. ' SURE THAT THE W.ORI^ WILL BE DONE RIGHT, AND THE PRICES WILL BE RIGHT, TOO. > fBJJou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SERVICE ( . I ^ FIFTH BTBEET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. New York, Jan. C.~Miller Hugglns, the is.?w raanager of the New York Americans, aniiouncea that all. negotiations for the purchase of Dorrell Pratt, the St. Louie American second ba,Be-man, had bbew- terapprarlly. called oft. Hugglns asid that the Yankees would start training at JUacon, Ga., oji March 16. The pitchers wlir repqrt a week before the regularB.- "The club will take only thirty players to the traluiiig camp. ' " The,New York National lengMo cjub" aunouucea that It has received 1618 contracts from ,.Ferdinand Schupp; Adam Swigler and Schnepner, a recruit intlQlder. President Tener of the National Leia-tfue, hold a conference yesterday-wlth President Hempstead, Bbbetts and Baker, pf the New York, Broofclyq und Philadelphia clubs at which routine affairs ot the league,were discussed. > 22 NORWEGIANS SUNK London, Jan. 6.--In Deopmber twen- to-marry him, said tlie girl, had angered the man. She said the shooting occurred o;i November 13' where the Hughes family and QoldsmitU lived. He had been acting tunny and .had tried to kiss i�or. She had pushed him, away. The magistrate refused to allow Goldsmith ball,. I ' -- ' \ V A permit'for a>|600,000 building Has been' iisued by Calgary to the,Alberta Flour Mills. The complete plant will' coit aliout 13,000,000. I Toronto, Jen. 4.-The Toronto professional hockey club will enter suit against the Wanderers, if the'Montreel club does not put In an appearance tomorrow nlBh|t for� their scheduled game at the Arena. It Is also announced that the local club will force the payment by President LIchtensteIn of the,$5,-000 forfeiture bond. In the division of the Wanderers players the Torontos will demand that Holmes > � o * 4 ? � ,i � '  ? yderer club .has,'necessitated re- ^ ir..^.... Ti�1�..._ ...111 rn...____^ Harry Holmes will go to Toron- ? >' Cunadlehsi .Frank Nighbor, Ot- ? tawa, win play with Toronto *  hereafter. It was also announc-  ed today,/ ,  WILLARD' DO YOU LAY UP YOUR CAR? Whether you store your car for the winter or not. don't forget to keep your battery filled with distilled ^ "water and charged. .  . tn either BACK OP-UNION BANKi HARRY HOLMAN*'M^^,, 4 ?24722 ?6342158 ;