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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta srx THE LETHRRJD.GE DAUA HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus WE B5-E.M R; Two THE AU. Cwi fetARVtwf VrtOLJ O0 eve PHONED TEN bHE SEEN OME WE ONE iHCyvJEJVOP HERE-I'VE 6EEH POT MX .Moot oowrt' The Sport Page HERE JIM Al Ross to appear In Lethbridge a good man about Jan. 34th. fle.is willing to meet Battling Carsnn Ross of Win- nipeg, or anybody who cares to come along. Ha would weigh In at 3 o'clock.' Strings'are out now for an op- ponent, and 3 definite announce- ment may be expected any day. Herchraer. Milt Kastner, Harvey Blown and Archie Corrie. J. K. Wai- !sce, with X. E. Suddaby, SIcDou- gall and Tom Cole. E. K. Stewart will P. C. Late. Batdrr and Kohl. Kerr. Le. E. takes Tom J. McLaren and G. Kossuk Thomas Prentice with Guy Johnston Mr. Greenwood and1 Sir. McEwiog james Johnson goes up with J, Aus tin, J. ilitchell anil .one oilier not an noutsced. R. M. Youns. Win. Ulricas ler, J. S. Iriine and a fourth man vrll make up the-eighth rink. aggregation, represents _thj best curlers of TeraJB and they are going tip Ttitb the fall lakction of trtasing home all the trophies are not annexed by other rinfcs.. 'SKI TOURNEY to HeraM) FERNIE, Jan. District Bonsple! which meets at Cranbrook SSSt Ms2day, ?S atiBn- tlcn'pf Fernle Curlers and at least eight Tints will go up to contend !or the prizes 'against.' the crack players from CaVmanga'r. Lethbridge, JIacleod, Claresholm and from Nelson. With the good players inm Alberta to enliven the sport, curlers' are loot- JBf? forward to a splendid week of sport. The rinks booked lo go from Pemie Include the following: A. C. Uphill, with G. G. Henderson, D. O. Marrle and A. Watson. Sherwood CHICAGO, Jan. national ski tournament will be at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, on January 25, it was announced by Guslar Torpisou president. PAY NORWAY- FOR SHIPS LONDON, Jan. Hurley and R. Jl._ Stevens, of the American shipping ;ooard, after conferences Mth Norwegian shipping board, agreed that the -American governmen Ehall- immediately p ly the' Norwe pan shipowners -which is tin amount actually ha; Invested- in an release Mr. Marsh1' tor- short time. Bill Parker is" buildlog a sk'st'toff rink, to have it. ready the first oEftuo' week. Several, hockey games tayo been played on, 'ill 9 H. pond 'within the last1 .mouth.- Gpo, Frederick son of Lethbridge was a business caller Monday the guest of. Jack Webster. Verna Castle and Rose Zone returned to St. Theresa Academy, Medicine Hat, Jan. 4th, having 'spent their; vacation Tffith their parents, on the farm. Charley' McDougall spent a few flays in AYinnifred buying cattle and hogg. Smith is spending- the winter Our Own Comsjwndenl) Jail. school opened for all 'grades on Tuesday last aui.tbere 's a'fairly good attend- ance. The high school grades are at normal rate ot attendance 'and the teachers are'speeding up on-work be- cause ol the great'loss ot time. The 'flu situation, seems lo be im- proving in town but is 'still bad in some ot the selUements. Yesterday, saw the inter-] meat at Cardston of the five moiiUis old child ot Mr, anil Mrs. Edgar Hud- son, due to Ihe dread scourge. The little onft was a twin and made a long, hard struggle for a child so young. Sad "At Aetna there was a very death also, when Mr. Oswald A. Slecle passed away. Xo public funeral held were conducted by In.B: C. and Montana, expecting lo'l-Mr. A. C. of the Aetna Ward I return early in tbe spring. Bishopric al ,the cemetery.'The speak- jwas lielJ a full quorum tud cou- side ruble business Iratuadod, vhtcb. will reported In our next. Tee infant cliilJ. a of Mr, ami Mre. Veroon Shaw, died on t 11 tutu., end bufted 3 p.m, u the cecnetery, tha Mr. Kellock by Mr. John Itey. One of tho utddext caiei yet re-, cordeO is that ol tho vrlfo of Mr. T. Usury WooU'jrd. ince MtBs Belly C. who OieJ on Sunday Iwl 'v.' tho family hcmv. Her Ifllle child first to couio aud nurs- ed it tilono except her husband's aid. [heu the Eeco23 child taken ill and tiuully the husband came down. The mother nursed item all without further aid, then bccanm 111 herself. Sho -was ill only about hours acid with paeumonla following ber etreiiuous eltorts for her family. The funeral services were cd at the ceiiietery by Dish- A. W. I'Uchor. prayer by Juo. A. Nolson, Jr, '1'tie spcaVers wero Messrs. T. Aioscough and Jos. Steed, and Bishop 1'ilcher mado thu remarks, thanbtng ail fn be- half of the family. Tho grave vas de- dicated by Alonzo Lainb, end Lho tonedictlon of tho service tlosad by N'ell S. Richards. There are many relatives In the Woolford and Khnfcall s, aa the (U'cor.sed fa (be sec- ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neils Nelson of Kimball, of the most successful and widely known fanuers ot that district. The faithful mother was adverse >o any outside help till sho was herself stricken as she did nut wish to oiyose others. Al her belns bedridden Bish- op 1'itcher and Mrs. W. W. UoborU went to see and aid her. Mrs, Horace ElilrcJge also rolieved. ami all that possibly could te tlon'e by these kind friends was performed. As ibe lady had five operr.ttone fti July last togctr- ho with her nursing labors for lhc.- family made her very s-sL'CptiL'le Ir.v this dread scourge. Lle-.it. If. U. May of Aetna is very low and (he local Iioa'pifal maaaKe- menl sent a (rained nurse (n coniiec- lion with these two cases last evening and UTS, Slacpoole and Pickup wero botli out in consultation, over them yesterday. CAILLAUX A CANDIDATE e PARlSy Jan. of the newspapers 'today announce that Joseph Callla'JX, former premier, who has been In prison for some timft on a char-gu of treason, will announce his candidacy 'or elec- tion to the chimbsr of deputies A red line car Oa this corner." And sure enough It dil f t The local boaster "Was Quite surprised But didn't show it V And the patronizing strangers "Were duly impressed And everything An-iwent back To Cow Town And told Tom McCauley All about It. WE THANK YOU. _: taken Co "Boards throughout The 'need'.ofVELirestlraoxn' was' also Broached by one of tha members. President Marnoch the matler had been before theAoard for a long ttme, and be believeflrthat now an organization Mr. La March visited. Letb-, bridge'-anii Calgarj' last for lew days. i ,-Mr. Raadfsher has Bent his old- est daughter to St. Academy lUMedicine Hht for thoiyear. The U. had another business ieeiing qb 'January 4th. .They ex- cft to-ineet-regularly. every Saturday iMrs.'R -Acar cMlarowcl! is visiting ler- daiighler, Roy .McLean -for- Jan: G dtjicariV 5VX3 UDIII. traauiii in me xviuu can do was President Baa' lira's answer, amidst applause. Mothers' another mat- ier dealt with, and the following rest lution, introduced by D. King, wa unanimously adopted: "That this board of trade "viewa with faror the fact, that the Alberta government proposes to legislate In regard to the granting ot mothers' pensions, and "hopes tho proposals will reach maturity at this year's session of the legislature." The annual report in full will be found on pages 10 and 11 of the city edition of this issue. HAVE SMALL WAR CRAFT VISIT OUR GREAT LAKES Academy, Medfe cine-Hat.-- -a rery successful1 panto' sale on Sat-. urday at tbe Globe Store. The farm women will maVe it a rule to.have a food sale once 'a .mouUi during this ear. Word came that "Mrs; Howard FIctt was seriously ill with influenza at Ca! T. C. Freeman and daughter Myrtle lett on Monday lor Medlclna f i. j First Games Next Tuesday in Double Schedule Being Drawn Up Five teams entered the at the meeting field fast night at the Dominion AHeysj follows: Clerks, Btarcats, Barbers, Bankers, Mechanics, Dominions and the Heralrf. E, Derncolt was elected dent and R, Sfoan urer of the league. Double-Head- ers witl be played'on Tuesdays and Thursdays, each tsam play- ina one game per wftik.1 'The prtKlder.t and secretary were ap-' pointed a commiUes to draw up a schedule. The league opens night when the Outfawa and MethartlcB to he followed by the Bank- ers and the Barbers, Bankers Ucje The Outlaws were too strong for the liaukera last night, bolh ii? fivo and tcrii p'ns. The Outlaws had a margin of 110 plni in the first match and only 21 In the {ivo-pin game. The adores: Bankers (five Pins) Wood 15 23 71 Dawson 23 37 Mackay SI 21 M Maclean 28 36 It Is stated, of IV will era were Messrs. W. Jacobs and J.] V. Card, while the grave vraa cledicat-: etl by Pres. Edw. J. Wood. Steelc is Burvived by his Mrs. Leota Hansen Slcele. and five' sraaH children. He was a native of I and has his mother, and three sister and two brothers surviving.! Three telegrams were sent to ME[ mother 'at; her last address, but all tailed her. Mr. Steelc was a aud having 'Conduct- ed ihe schopV.at Aetna (or some four- teen years. 'men in Alberta 'He wair always consIsCenf.and lul t eacheir', hjs; lite" "w as ab ove Broach B'niTairb'f Aetna wlU mourn hl3 loss. To and 'children the ivhoJa community with many frJeuds In the Cards toil district extends heart- felt sympathy. Mr, Sieele was a young man .being only 37 years of age last August. HiVfleath comes as a great shock 'to all concerned. The many friends of Mrs. Jas. A. Leadbelter -will ho pleased I" learu of her rapid recovery from her rfecenl accident a doubtful fracture of the] PaUcf Vulcanizing Works One Block West of Lelbbridec Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Rttrtading Pries List: 31x4 J10.63 33x4 S14.0D Aut6 OF A.LL SIZES VULCANIZED Dy the Famous IlarwooS Syttem RE-TREADING i REPAIRING By .experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special EtiuJiJ- meat for Cut Rfpalra.' R. D.RITCHIE 208 1ith St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Hat. Myrtle eipectlng to aUenfi high Slower limb. "Her "condition remark- school another rear. (able considering the seriousness ot her[ The influenza epidemic seems to be and reflects great credit on dying out. No new casoa reported her attending physician, Dr. W. S. this week. jPicltup. In another two weeks the Harry Grant, C.P.R. agent, has bis lady eipects to ba about on crutches, mother here to spend a few weeks j a ait will ialte a good deal of lime be- him again, lefore returoing to her home in Kingston, Ont. Mrs. Harvey Morris vlsltej Medi- cine Hat thla week, to get medical ad- vice, the family having had influenza. Mr. Jaa. Castle sold several large bogs to Mr. Fuller, Bow Island, one ishlnsmearly five hunilred rounds. World features a despatch from Ottawa which states It Is announced in. connection, with the King's approaching visit to Canada .thai it Intention" of. BrlLlsn Government to have as many nf the wa-rshlpa as .the size of the Wellani canal will allow, proceed up the St Lawrence and into tho great lakes, E< the more Inland cities, Including Toronto, may have en opportunity o seeing a-part layy which played jarl JQ theVar. worfe BmonS the Bolsters met the organizer yesterday to maks final foro tho Umb can used naturally. She speaks very highly ol Ibe kind- ness of "so. many friends during her enforced .confinement to her Ded ami wishes til.to.know of her gratitude. The recent meeting (From Our Own BARONS, Jan, committee Jorik after the Salvation Army campaign for tunda for over- Millar -Totals franck Murray Freestone 42 OatidWB 80. 159 a95-6l3 30 7T __ 35 39 25 IK- Mackay 'MIMar Maclean ToUU H was decided to proceed with Iho canvaas next week and to have Sal- vation Army officers as with returned soldiers accompanying As the work of tho Salvation Army al the front is highly commfctnl- cd by all returnr.cl men, and as there (9 still a Wg work to be