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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETllimnir.K DAILY HERALD V Tl'KSOAY, JANUA11Y 7, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMamr UR.PERRT TO THAT tCHJ TRE O RK.HT AWJS-i- TO f.KT toil OLD been inmate ot tbc several tospHal at Medicine Hat tor Iho part few He has, however, recovered sufficiently to return to his homo and do otter a short visit Kith ilr. and Mrs. Heart. Rev. G. Herring ot All Saints (CONTINUED moa day. Among Mrs. J. Dariins (Medicine Dr and Mrs. llaines, Mr. and .Mrs. J. For ihe Coming Social [Henderson. iilRiics from llazclbuntt Keld. bans {lying in squadron formation, -vied Sagamore Hll! yesterday after- tun! dropped flonil wreath1? .r.ioj Col. Jlooiovelt's home. tb department was informed ty lio tcmin an of (lie Hold. An airplane watcli will be nain- taltvcd over Sagamore Hill an-l night until tho hour o? fun- oral one jtlan-j rclltiviux ftuo'jer fow tours. ST. JOHN. Jan. iwil iX.-psblp. tliti Scandinavian, U duo TO arrive hero on January S. Tiio siuaui- CT lias 102 officers, oui-'r anil iu addition to mails ivud general cargo. Tho following Is a list ot officers, other ranks and civilians aucl dis- tricts. Winnipeg- -12 olticers, 12 otber ranks and TO civilians, officers, other ranks and 47 civilians. offlccre. 23 other raoKs and 53 civilians. o'ffcers 31 otbsr ranti itnd S 'ew Owners Plan to Get Rid of Events "'ill Be Resumed With George Stallings Stock Little Lost Brought Small Price ules Ai'ranged i.way last night to a good start. Three games were played. The ice was in jjooi condition, considering ihe mlM iveather. Following are results: S CHICAGO, Jan. New owners for tie Boston -Bra'es. with a plan to make Johnny Erers, former keystone king of the Cabs, manager, to sue- ceed Cfcorge the big Na- tioael league neTS ot thB winter, learned from an authoritative source. With the great war at sporlte? events In England will be revived and resumed with !eMIe b h resumption ot all outside e line5Pot r aaT5. Horse rac.ns will soon be In full Braves swing agzfn. Steeplechase meetings has been consummated, and the ac- been arranged next month at nouncemeat awaits oatr-the getting Manchester, olverhamptDn, Gat- rid of Settings and tho signing of. Eandown Park and Erers I the following schedule has been, de- The new owners are Charles Daly, a Boston banker, and ex-Mayor Cur- ley of the Huh town. Those two will control the c5nb. the former being tho president. H is understood that Daly has advanced a major portton. of the tided upon: S and 9. 15 and 16, .Sandown 22 and 23, 20 and 30. The county cricket program will purchase price, and desires to make "Brers head of the team. In order to do (hat he most "Hi things" with Stallings, who holds an uneipired con- tract with 'trje -.Braves calling for a salary of per year. It is said he already possesses the resignation .ot Percy Haughton, former president, who also held a a year con- tract, and who now Is an officer in the chemical department of the United .States army. The price paid for the Braves waa' :the cheapest given for a major league ball clnb since the time Charles' TV. Tvlurphr bought the Cubs from James A. Hart The two magnates, Daly ;and Curler, procured 78' per cent ot the stock for'exactly putting the valuation'of the franchise anil players at an even JlCiu.OOO. Murphy paid ahout that amount, supposed to be for the Cubs' franchise and players. get under way in May, and although many well-known faces will be miss ing. no lack of enthusiasm will 'be Fox...........12 Peat lioyil McKeuzie..... i> Gray Tonight's Draws Freeman vs. Reid. Nelson vs. Gaddcs. Haal'm vs. Ballanlyne vs. Mirrs. Change in Postmaster (From Our Own Correscon 150W ISLAND, Jan. organ- ization meeting of the 1919 council i was conducted by Mayor Iteid in the I Friends of Mr. T. R. Falrbairn will be pleased to know thai he is now able, to resume his duties alter his re- cent illness. Mr. W. Fuller of was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mis. B. i fuller, Broadway, shocked me very much. "WOODHOW WILSON" British Tributes I LONDON. Jan. discussing the death o( Theodore Roosevelt the Times i Sergt. Slilcld. son of G. Shtrti! i of near MacleoJ, has been awarded tbe 1XC.M. lie went over- seas with tho 13th tl.M.n. AUTOTiRES OF ALL iitES VULCANIZED By ttifi Famous Hay wood System RE-TREADING REPAIRING Uy cxiierirucod Workmen- All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment lor. Him Cut Repairs. says this morning: politics, as In nil else, he waa i vigorous Dghting man and dealt His opponents j creative gtuuises of but his name will go down among those of American presidents with Inter-Club Matches to be Ar- Once Good Boxing City Interclub bosing meets against the months of January, February I and March. Social Event One of most pleasant day. School was reopened today with an unchanged staff of teachers. Tho epidemic has had a very limiting ef- social upon preparatory and it i functions of recent date, which, how- hoped scholars will not bo called upon ever, was not without its note of sad-' to endure further Interruption In their ess, was the farewell reception ten-j studies, "It Is not every voice, that carries across the Atlantic, but Roosevelt's certainly did. H was listened to here almost as attentively as In America j and its familiar downright accents will bo missed. Tho world tan ill spare its big men now and oven the strong- I R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Radiator Leaking? When your radiator leaks bring it to us for rejiairB. We hare Lest equipped shop in (own lor (his hind of work, All repaired under our different processrs nre guar- anteed leakproot on leaving the shop. Radiators put through differ- ent, processes of scraping, rins- ing and boiling before repairing. Shoy at Ihe rear of Dallas Hole! on Main Street Lcthbridge Radiator Repair Station phone 309 P. O, Box st opponents of Roosevelt's policies A host of friends will be sincerely Jiluitnoinab Amateur Athletic c3ub, of dcred the Rev. The ring sport fs to be en exception of Harry Yardon, Edward departure by a social gathering The Spanish "flu" fs again prevalent hi and around Brantford and Windsor. 'OKEH _ COLLAP Rav, James Braid ana J. H. Taylor, 1 couraged to the and as soon in town but as the "ban" still re- irio are all over the military- ags asjioxera have been devploped month- maJned intact it was naccssary to and have done valnablo work in play- exhibition games all over the country which netted thousands of dollars for the benefit or the various war funds, nearly all the other promi- nent professionals have been, on active iervice. Flat racing wtll enjoy a veritable With all government restrir- ;ions removed, patroas of the turf bp, enabled for the first time since 19H to see the sport conducted as be- fore the war, AH the famous classics will be run off on their original cours- Derby and Oaks at Ensom. the gold cuj> at Ascot, the St. Leger al Doncaster an3 the Lincolnshire handicap at Newmarket. International soccer will be resum- ed In the new year, the English Foot- ball association hiving sanctioned representative games against Scot- land, Ireland and Wales, while In Sep- tember the games in the three princi- pal league' competitions will be play- ed as In the pre-war days with the one exception that a shilling will be charged to all league games instead of sixpence, which la thfi first depar- ture from the ordinary charge ior about thirty years, -W. H. Kult Waterloo. ly smokers will be held throughout the fall and winter months. hold the reception in -'the country- j Members of the congregation were able progress. Mr. J. Waterson oi Pincher Creek is visiting Mrs, Smith, Herber St. Irf accordance the decision of the postal authorities that all vacan- "In years goae by the S. A. A. C. eager to avail themselves of the op- were "to be given to veterans, was a leader in the boxing game in portunity offered and the home of Mrs. J Mr, Roberton, onr postmaster, some- (he northwest, its boxers winning; Peterson was the scene of the happy time ago received advice that a man championships season after season." gathering. During the evening Rev. was being sent to assamo duties at said Mr. "With the com-land Mrs. Braa were presented with a this point. However, the BTJTU ing of the war interest waned in bos- i handsome clock as a token of the high ing, as it did in nearly other; esteem in which they were held by sport, but now we are on the verge of, their maay friends. The Rev. and a great revival. Tho Chronicle says: "History places so mo big things in his record, but bigger (nan any perhaps was the challenging impact of bis personality on th.8 world in which he lived." A Shock to France PARIS, Jan. Roose- velt's deLth erfmc aa a shock to Paris, which was of his lllnesa. the did not The pnblEc had been expectfng the alter conditions here as be rapidly fulfillment of his proposed visit to look his departure. For this France ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Right and advise yew regard- ing Its care. 418 Fifth Streets. Mrs. Braa both replied and expressed no change of managership has yet J. .T. Juseerand, the French anrtassa- have named George Douglas. their great appreciation of the gifts been made at the local office. As stat-i States, John Parsons and I.cs Francis on the' and the klnrl spirit which had promjit- boxing committee, and they will be in ed them. cbar oee, an ey w e n arc mfiuij g? of selecting the material and j Rev. and Mrs. Braa remained the i ]ent service being given by the directmg the classes. Every prorais- guests of Mrs. Pederson until Friday, ent postmaster, Mr. R. II. Hoberton, ing youngster in the 'city will get a when they left the district for Viking, j whose permanent appointment would residents of this district1 "The unexpected death of one who- arc highly delighted with the excel- has upheld al! hfs life tho principles b J of virile manhood, straight for ward honesty and fearlessness wtll he mourned p.l! over the world, nowhere chance to work out. After ary training the boys will be tried out at niemhcrship smokers, after which they will he matched against the rep- resentatives other clubs.' "We will stage home-and-home Alta. The good of s host of friends follow the Rev. and Mrs. Braa upon their departure. Miss Ten a Schouert has returned homo from Hat. Mr. G. Bedell of Taber spent the was elected mayor ot No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK "Your car will be overhauled able snpervlsior. of our chief export, Mr. Stodaart, formerly master mechanic ol a SW) car capacity In Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T, H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE 1S3T 0. H. STOODART Muter Mechanic meets against the leading clubs of the now year here. Pacific coast, all of which will be con- j Mrs. K. Ktone returned on Satur- ducted under the auspices of the Am-j day from Carmangay, where she was ateur Athletic union. We will lose i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hurlbut. no time in getting under way, and' The many friends of Mr. and Mra. eipect to have a class togethef neit j Hurlbut will lie pleased to leam of The candidates will !je given i the arrival of girl twins at their home 1 on New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Darling of Medicine Hat are sne-nding the first week ot the new year with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew three or more workouts every weeV DARCY ESTATE MUST PAY Attorney Who Handled Affairs of ihe' Fuller, LOUC'KS Australian Given Judgment An echo of I.es Darcy's Ill-fated trjp to America is contained in a story The sympathy of a wide circle of friends Is extended those bereaved hy the death of Mr. Thomas Gwllllan published recently in the Sydney Sun. j of Grassy Lake who passed away In A claim for S2 j the general hospital. Medicine Hat, made by John Harlcy McLaughlin, an j on December 1'jlS. Mr. Owilllan attorney, who secured judgment, for 1 vfas very well and favorably known the full amount at the hands of a to residents ot this district. Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER G6ARED-TO-THE-ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A ?EW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THS HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Management. FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Jury of four. The claim in con- nection with work donG unfler agree- ment by Mfl-augblfn 33 agent for the Mrs. It. S. JifatUe, -Broadway, la entertaining aa htr gueit, her mother, cr of Calgary. late I-es Darcy. The solicitor marie Mrs. naylt-y whn has hcen the guest effort to secure a pasaporl for j of her mother, for .several so tlmt ho could n.ake th0 trip rmcntha, loft wctk for the States. welcomed. 'Mr. W. J. Prounfood has soia one quarter section of land to Mr. Vas- Mr's. R. S. Beattle hag returned from Calgary. Rev. "Woods of Orion was a visitor hen; during the fore part of the weefc. The many friends of Mra. DUon, who recently underwent an operation In tho Medicine Hat hospital for ap- pendicitis will to p'.e.'.sed to learn of her arrival home and aiso nor con- tinued progress. Mr. and Mrs. Forts werft the holi- day of Mr. nnd Mrs. I-. Carlson. Sir. Carl Smith ami Mr. K, H. Wil-j mot were vfcllora to Foremost on Sat- j urd ay. A very quiet wedding took place re- cently In St. Barnabas church. Medi- cine Hal when Mrs, Mary Kochstefn and Mr. Thomas Claude Godfrey were united In marriage by Itev. K. (A. Davis. Mr. anrl Mra. Godfrey have come to tho city and are at present the gucNts of Dr. J. II. PatcrsoTi, Bow Avenue. Wo regret to report the Illness of both Mr. and H. E. BeatUe, Broadway, who are connnc.1 to their more .sincerely Ihan In France, whose cause he upheld in her worst crisis In a way that shall never lie A Remarkable Tribute WASHINGTON, Jan. air to this country. According to Ihn. i Jlr. Fuller Sunday night tor i home Buffering from influenza. We plaintiff. Uarcy tnW him he could whero he has accerted a wish for them a vfry jpeedy recovery. make in the United State.', and that he was wflling to give a bond to return to Sydney within months and Ihtn enlist. right BENDER BtLONOS TO PHILLIES National Commfsstan Decides Ya.nks Can't Pitcher CINCINNATI. Jan. Ben- der of Ihe Philadelphia National [on- position In lllchnr.1'3 Dental Parlors. .Mrs. Fuller will remain In lowtl for a few daya before Joining her huaband in that clly. Mr. 'nnil Mrs. M. U Tlowen. who are spcn'tlng the winter In Calgary, are rejoicing over the arrival of an infant 'brighter, doing The; Both nmlher and baby arc dance in the ft.s thoronelily enjoyed by a'bridge. The many friends of Mr. O. Elliott, who has been seriously ill for many weeks, will be pleased to tcarn he was ablo to be out for the first time on Salunlay. Mr. Elliott la the glint ol Mra. llurlbnt, lleher Street Mm. SI. J. llrophy who has been vis- iting friends In Ontario during the past few weeks, has returned homo. Mr. A. lias left for Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and family were the holiday guests ot Mra. and Mrs, Fred Penny, Etzlkom. ?ne flub, who h on the Ineligible list, ntirnbr-r attendance, Tho fionlinues to to I'MlMel-1 school was op R nor] to flay, Miss T.I. Me- phla tlub despite thp furt that of >Ujliririf; Hat, teaching, j Xftw York Aru'irkan Icagtio elub c-lairn- i t'i player for wiirin Phila- aakeil lor waivers on him. 'Smfi vras the ruling of the nation3l.......... here itj-Iay In j will lie pleased to of hJs Ihe proceedings En Tiehalf of llflnry Phlla-Jnlphla's claim for Nftw York, The in it.i j position. Hn'linRs statfid Jlhfit, snbacquc-nt to the Nftv; Vorli's claim JJemliT reffinc'l to report to ihe New York club anrj is- sued a statement to the effect that ho would cot apply for r jfnalatement. who htcn vis- in Mtrlidnr; during tho past wtn'K, ha.i rouirnod home, Thft many frlonflu of Mayor Reid lie pleased to of hJs com- rcrovcry from his recent India- Ion, Mr. T. II. niaine relumed on Friday from n (rip to Ixilhbridge. January 27 in the We arc very pleased to report the district federal court, Tho hearing Detroit U HEARING IN FORD APPEAL OHAND IIAPIUS, Mich., .Ian. By agreement of attorneys, hearings RS a preliminary to a possible re-count of vcrtes cast for U'niteiJ States senator in November, will open return of Mr. Williams to this dls-1 In Ihe eastern trlct, on Thursday. Mr, Williams has set foj Fobriwrf I HATS is LA D Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. i 4th Avenue S., Lethbrfdge W.H. DOWL1NG W. S. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs Very caro- ftltonllon during the cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat- tery nnd sloro same during tho winter at reasonable ratea at our up-to-dalo Haltery Btatfon. 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 Johnston's Will keep your radiator from freezing. It is easier to handle and is guaranteed to be frost proof, o BAALIM MOTOR Co. [JACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRE9 AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;