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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -GE SIX Tlfe LETIURIDGE DATIA' HERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER" NOW WAVE -1 THINK "YOU HAD BETTER. WAVE j IT TVJI MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919 1 ipostles of Pro. Ball Will Tour West in Attempt To Resurrect it J (Resina Leader.) A determined effort is to ba made o resurrect the Western Cinsda lea. E the coming summer. Following the Sret report ot such a more, which :aroe in the form ot.a letter from J. Cairns, Saskatoon ID agnate, other have taken up the cry. A des- ten from 'Winnipes on Wednesday ight indicated that such an effort ffould find willing ears in the bte city. Yesterday a letter was Kcelred from 'Bad BHV Hurley, formerly manager a? the Saskatoon Quakers, in wnich BH1 says that foar ball playere are ,_ to Tarioas towns in the west to States to sire an international aspect to ihp situation. So far as things are locally, it U difficult to state st tits time wheihcr or not baseball will fos seen here next summer. The fans are ardently hoping Hit It will come bsA. The big dllfi- I culty is the lack of a park ani the (tect that lie last season, 1914. was a financial lizile. It those difficulties could be surmounted it possible that the game will return and it it comes back in Reglnz, it ij sure to meet with success. A prominent baseball man, one WDO spent his good coin in the Red Sox, said yesterday to the Leader that he would like to see the fame come back here and he would be willioj to get into it again. It is possible that a little more urging will get others to take a like view of the sKratfon, The big barrier Is the lack oi a park and work would have to be startel at once to aiTange for this deficiency. Bill's loiter was adaresaed to 3. A. Weslman, former president of the Re- giua Red Sox, and is as follows: Seattle, Wash, Jan. 4, 1819. Friend Westroan: There ia a on to reorganize the W- C..L. it Calvary, Edmonton. Medi- cine Hat, Moose Jaw, Reglna, Saska- toon, Winnipeg and Brandon. Pete Standridge is leaving for Cal- gary shortly. There are four baseball Reduce Capitalization From to Out Indebtedness CIXCIXXATI. Jan. a meet- ing here today of the stockholders of fFrom Our Own Jan. warm weather c! the past week is nclplns (From Our Own CorrWDonflmt) CARDSTON, Ian. prorinc- out considerably on Ihe hay and feed lal a' 'his point are showidB proposition, and it is a lucky thing I that they are In earnest regarding In- lor several ot our farmers that' it I frscUoiu ot the law and are also earn- of hay and green feed.'Our weekly their diligence (a look- usually met by quite a delegation of after those who ara wilfully break- persons who have cars long overdue. It -'A-as for thip reason tbat Mr, Shln- ulck oi the railway commission was the Cincinnati Exhibition company, able to meet several at the station on which, controls the Cincinnati tiofial league baseball club, the plan of reorgantation presented by the directors was unanimously approved. Under ibis action a new company will be formed sni the re- duced from SoOO.OOi) to a re- funding of outsU'nfllng bonds will be effected, thereby reducing the orig- inal amount from {200.00 to Endfa good working capital will Tuesday, and It may be lucky for- us ing over legal bonds. Justice E. NT. Earlier hau before him a party oi four everjoyous imbibers who all pleaded not guilty bul were proven so by the A, P. P. and two too, for there is little question of him) were handed and costs while misunderstanding their attitude on the style of service now rendered. Sidestep 'Flu Our hamtet sidestepped the 'ftu with a practical wiping aad pretty well during the height of the epidemic, but during the holidays, our popular elevator agent and fames' were under seige for a few days. How- are GUI again end apparent- _ interest started for the ...r. Among the apostles wio.will. men here who are to the differ- 'oraerly pitcher for the Cslga'ry Bron- Hamilton, Herb. Murphy, Ham Hyatt later with the Chicago Cubs, and l 3ni.peli to mt: n in the Pacific Coast league; Ham) c- L- wl11 bs !lne tnls season _ ,tt, a former big leaguer, who was; aller the relt: ths attendance! as a great pinch hitter; Jtmray! shoum te Players will be easier Hamilton and Herb Murphy, 8et DOW than next >'ear' because of the number ot leagues in this conn- of all current Indebtedness. Jpnnirtas Retained as Tfgsr Boss DETROIT, Mich., Jan. Jennings will manage the Detroit baseball team again this year, it was said today by FranV J, Navin, j Our teacher, Mrs. Yuill, left us at the beginning of the year, and as yet tho board of trustees have no.t secur- disbanded, thas leading free. This should te a wn ball players and managers on tti coast. Bill has ambitious plans for the tin? year as be hopes to It to eight clubs, bringing In, Brandon and Winnipeg. He also says t players, good onei, will toe more secured this year and cheaper, j, than formerly. The despatch from "Winnipeg made U evident that professional baseball would be welcomed there, but it is quite evident that they would not liie to take In Edmonton and Calgary be- cause' of the Immense distance for jumps. The Peggers, however, would e to play with Saskatchewan cities tnnw -ml have some towns from tie United got W. .traUw. The man plays try that the playtr good year for developing playejs. Kindly 1st me hear from yon, Tears very truly, WM. HURLEY, Address: 400 Broadwaj. Jamea A. WesUnin, Heglna, Sisk-, Canada. tftat Bit! Donovan probabry win man- LEARNED STRATEGY ON LINKS. Marshal Foch Waa Succtsiful Bunter cT Calf Palace Vulcanizing Works I One Block West of RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Retrtadlng Price Llit: 31x4 110.00 32x4 312.00 33x4 professional game, but in a safe and sane amateur manner, and ha to lose a ball. Al! the stars in the harness horse firmament do not necessarily shine on the grand circuit. Occasionally some minor circuit steals a little of the big rings thunder and this year the great western circuit took the honors, and also a world's champion from the big line. The horse In question is none oUicr than tho wonderful pacer, Red Bear- er, H, which won 13 consecutive races during the 1918 season and won each and every race without losing a MJtiuuvt, W-UU 110 VJ B 1. rn t t i------------------- S. to time from the This Is a world', record. never game to bunt up the missing, after UIB day -was over he would, take I 'his flashlight and having been equalled before by any ii__i___ two received and costs.- One party -was present In. court still under the and was pleading not guilty. He received a 520.00 dose. Yesterday part o[ the same bunch were still carousiog at ft convenient point on the east side of Main, street and they were brought up again and fined the and costa wllh tho warning that further infractions would bring a jail sentence. were congregated, while ed a teacher. Wo understand thai inev The proprietor ol the premises have one in view and no doubt school where will foe in operation soon. The annual rate the consolidated d not drinking himself, was (fined for premises, some od salutory lesson spayers meeting of' allowius them on hi; islUct will be Is a on the latb, and as bsenUor concerned. The laws should honored1 and obeyed. Parties who are considerable dissatisfaction over the handling ot the district's affairs dur- ing the past year, there will no doubt be a good attendance of ratepayers. Opposed to Hospital The people trading in here from the! illegally handling- liquor ami also con- suming It should certainly bo brought to justice. There has been too much J laiity in the past. Mr. Barker as pro- magistrate and the A. P. P. north are considerably worked up over'are cwlalnly backed up by all of the the Taher hospital scheme.-and Irbml-avr abiding citizens ot this cctnimm- all reports are unanimously commended them to their su- to the proposition. H is a generally ac- officers for Ihls action. Tim ceptcd fact that a proposition of officers ore also behind them kind would be accepted II funds were' solMlr ana will glre all aid possible, to be spread over a larger parties are not published this time who have been thus found out of regard for their families as they are alt married men, but another lapse will" neither be tolerated by tho court here, nor kept from the public. It is lime for, all such offenders to anil go to some city where there more doctors and other conveniences. Homer Qshorne left on Wednesday for Iowa and Wisconsin points where he will spend a few weeks visiting bis brothers. Mrs. L. P. Whitney of Foremost, sr.ent a few days visiting her'sister, .Mrs. nockenbach. .Mr. and Mrs. Albln Ostlund are ex- pected home neit week from Dujuth, Minn.. Our popular post-office assistant is spending a tew days in Stirling. New Wells The old adage is proven again, "No great loss without some, small gain." other horse, either trotter or pacer. The scarcity ot water on the prairie DEAD OR ALIVE ABtomobile Storage per Month Straight Sfeam heated garage, tire proof huiMing, twentr-four hour 'service, Repairs Jl.OO per hour. A. B. Sleller foremAn, 20 years, automobile No unsatisfactory work turned out. Book early for storage. We have allll accommodation lor a few morn cars, i H. T. Henderson Garage 28-2 No Doubt Your Ctr Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL Your, car will bo overhauled under tho able supervlairm ot our chief expert, Mr. Stodfort, formerly roaster mechanic oi a 300 car Capacity gaiace In Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T, K, SECOND AVENUE 18J7 C. H, 3TODDART Master Mechanic {From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. morning three Fords Itft ttaymom) for Many-berries to'bring bacfc the bodies ot three victims of Ihe 'flu who died on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 61 this week, to he buried in lhc Ray- mond cemetery, U appears tnat although everything was done tor them before passing timnont inihitcnance chargoa to ULV- ncce-ssartly large and pxponslre build- All expenuHuro ol tho govern- meal will be so fircatly Increaaeil by (ho debt and pensions that econ- omy must uu exercised in other tli> rectious as far as is consistent with public interest untl eouveutwxs. Shipbuilding extensive shipbuilding program !a way tho I'lijitndi'uro of 'i, 000. This pol- icy, on tho van ol tho marine de- partment, vrlH Jieey tbousaudtj ot workmen onfragci) at good anvl Ftimulato activity In many subsidiary tho objoct of assisllnp in promoting belter housing in congested Industrial dtRlrlcts throxtghout Cauada and thus improv- ing the heaHh and ntorAlHy Ilia imblic gCQeraUy, as well aa Ing emi'loyiueut in tho bulldiug trades, the government lias set as u fund to be lent pro vin cia 1 gove rnnten Is which may bo willing to tako up tho subject. cither directly or through municipali- ties or otherwise. Several of the provincial governments are already taking active steps toward the reali- zation of a jirogram or bouse construction with the opening of spring. Government Railways "Large for Elecl rails :iml rolling stcck have hecn placed by tho government for Ha own railway sys- tem and the Canadian Pacific anJ Orand Truuk companies, with whom the matter was promptly tafcen up by the government. Many needed betterments. Improvements and extcm- sion3 will te iirocecded with as soon tfie weather iiermits. This class ot will find employment for many thousands of titea when spring Immedmtoty hostilities oeforo (he Cessation of overseas tvadu commis- sion was nVmed. Us headtiuarters (n London and Its purpose is to obtain business for Canada arising out of reconstruction work in the tlevas- away, yet their being so far away from 1 tatcil areas ot Ottairu. Already, neighbors skill, imcumon-jthrougii credits established, subs tan- la set In with' the foremenlioned orders have been secured, inclurt- sults. One halt ot the family was tak-tlng worth of UactnllcH en away and, the father ami two sons lumber. alone are up again after having hail the 'flu. Mr. Picket, the father ot tho family was able to crawl around on his hariils and knees to look after and uurso the others who were unable to be up. I ,hem and thclr fmmts to Muge ovcr The deceased are Palmer, tho U0 ferloA bctween ,ncir iiotncr of Mrs. "Km. Ulchfleul and nd rcabsorption into civil life the aunt of our "One ot tho notable measures taken sinco tho armistice is (he provision ot n generous war gratuity .tor the metnbera of tho Canadian Eypedi- Korce which sit up and take notice. Ninety-five perjniuch criticized: A member of the cent, of tbe public hers want a clean! V. P. heard that three cars had driven Mrs. II rig. Picket fellow townsman, Mr. Wm. Palmer. Mrs. Picket, the daughter of Mrs. Palmer and Miss Alice Picket daughter of Mrs. Picket. Mr. Picket Is an old timer of Ray- mond but five or six 'years ago mov- ed Into the Manyberrtes country to take up a homestead, where lie has been very prosperous up to the pres- nl, Early Wednesday morning Messrs. Floyd Litchfleld, Wilforu Palmer, X. N. Skpuspri, C. W. Card, Jr., Lar- son and Bishop Allrcrt motored to Mariyberriea to bring the bodies to Raymond. The funeral services were conducted at the Picket homestead, twelve miles south of Manybcrrles. Each car hnd a coffin strapped across the second, seat thus they came into I town early Friday, morning, accom-l panlea by Mr.-Picket. The whole com- munity extends Us heart folt sympath- ies to tho relatives of the deceased. Mr. and. Mrs. W. Roberts, of Wool- ford, are here to be at the burying ot Mrs. Robert's mother. Mrs. Picket. On Thursday night an incident hap- pened at Foremost which is being A. [occupation. J "It is possible thai tho speech from the throne will foreshadow Important leglslBtlcn relating to the reconstruc- tion problem in Canada. U is known that tho government has under-con- Bideration various measures designed to promote' not only tho material prosperity, -but the health nnd the throughout i AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous HaywooJ System RE-TREADING .4 REPAIRING By experienced. Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Eijuiii- mcnt for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills town. Town Council I The recent meetings have seen tho appointment of Mr. J5, W- Jacobs as town solicitor, Mr. Wm. f. Merldew as secretary-treasurer, to turnlLh all office help himself and receive per year salary and not be allowed to engage in any olher business. Mr. Jos', Hall to act as town teamster and sup- ply himself and furnish team and out- Is health. _ lert deep ami !ho water stands ?ea.'.'.r.l3 a handsome hay horse within 55 feet of the surface. This Is foaled in 1311 and he Is by Curibcsrc-nllie second well put down by See The town officers have declared (or out ot Zenovia by the famous western Maughan during the past week, the tile, Red Medium, which slrcrt June first for Mr. Krtcksen, gelling no' feet Jed, Pop Gcwa' best bet this season, of water fn one and one halt day'shZri Rea Hearer was bred hy Lu Green Jr., and completing Mr. Osborne's In four of Mianola, 111. days. Karlisr in the season this same Uo3er no-operation be He will change hands In the very'crew put down wells for Mr. Tucker near future, and it is confidently et-iami Mr. Henninger east of Kcted that tits new ovtnor will 'slake; town, and with these two wells him on the grand circuit in W19. If Must have 83 wells lo their he races bach lo his 1018 form some I credit in the territory south ot Letli- of the goorl Ihlr.gR that .Murphy, c'oxi bridge, and others are .will have their I We tlml In talking with Mr, Maugh- cut out for them. SHAWKEY SAW HUNS QUIT Pilcfier Writes of His War Experiences., NEW on thn deck of the U. S. S. Arkansas, on which ho wss serving as chief yeoman, Hob Htiawkey, star right-hand pitcher ot Ihe New York Yankees, witnessed the recsnt surrender of the German fleet to the ailted sea forces. Shawkoy related an interesting ac. count ol tho historic event Iri a letter ho sent to Harry Sparrow, Informing) tiit York cluo that he was an that Ihe winter season 5s his liar- rest for most ol the farmers have some time on their hands, ami ho la as careful an administration as po's- slble of the town affairs with a view of reducing taies for the year 1900. Such an administration will earn the. ratepayers, n IhR coun- i the school hoard will also con- to this end. Everybody get to- r and all work unitedly will bring reaulls lo benefit us as a whole. We are very much paineil [o record Iho continue.] serious condition ot one ol the members uf Ihe Tcmpln com- mlttco here, Mr. Jas. T, Ilrown. He hus recently returned from Rochester. Minnesota, whero bo -was examined ahvays irilllng lo giiaranlee a well up I1' physicians, all special- to three hundred feet or any part ofi'513' 'ecelvo no positive as- Durances as to hla early lime only would bring ctianees. Whllo thare ho was aleo subjected to tho in- flucnza but como through safely. Mr. that depth Inslilc ot ten days regard less of weather conditions or no charges. WIlli good wcll.i all around us we. see no reason why tho success of tho farmers In ctlorts to gel water should tie ANOTHER WENT AROUND THE HOUSE AND DIED BY THE YARD In A man raa into a physician's office ......30 the oiner day and Mlrl inlthat'a hardware man cloae. by L had splendid condition and, provided swallowcil a two-foot rule nriil wa( can obtain his rtischaree from Indies. The doctor nald thai nnvy, -xill report to Huggins at Ihsiwas nothing, as he had a patient, a southern (raining camp late It. March.Uriigglrt, who swallowed a thcrmom- told of dodging anJ died by rlejsrees, Two pall- ,rom Hun submarines on chipped in, one saying It remind- Arkansas up near the Arctic circle-, I oil him of a fellow In Macleod who and_of olher oclling experiences In) hM swaltowcrt a revolver and went off foreign He fold olio of while the other said he hfu] a Ing drover Alexander and olher In Cardalon who onart players on the other side. I of applsjack 8ml died In good s Clyde J. Urown came from Welscr, fdaho and accompanied him home. He was also attended by his wife and son- In-law, Mr. Wm. tooper whllo thc-re. Tho affliction seems to lie a partial parslytls ol the Mtremlllca, no thai Ids sufferer can not move about tif till himself. Wends Iwrc will hope for his recovery. i Into lown and camped for the nlghi. All of the occupants had gone to the holnl, so that this policeman thinking Ihere was something In the wind went lo the garage where the cars were parked, and without saying a word to the drivers or Bishop Allreil under whoso guidance the bodies being brought to town, proceeded to unfast- en and open the casket. Mr. p. T. King has moved Inlo his new house on First cast between Centre street and First horth, Mr. T. O. King is completing his new barn, which'Is equipped with tfco latest Improvements. j Mrs. J. S. Hennlnger of Magrath, is spending the week end with Mr. W. Hennlnger. Mr. H. S. Allen returned home from- Utah and the states where he has lieGn for some time. The old llmers hero say Ihey never saw sucli a winter. They surely live In Ihe present not in the past nor the fulurc. The Second Ward Carnival com- mittee Is accepting calves, colta, J'onla nnd even lown lotes, II the taxes are paid, lo sell Ihetn lo raise money for the meeting house fund. Tllh'lng setlleraent will he attended to at nlshop Allred'a home and al No. 2 ward meeting he-uso on Tuesday and next. ANOTHER IN DISTRESS HALIFAX, Jan. sttam- er 0. A. Flagg reported In dis- tress 20 or 30 mll'.s olf Halifax. ANDY WILL FJX YOUR RADIATOR nnd advise you regard- ing Us care. 418 Fifth Street S. WffliM, SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your ballery necila very care- ful attention during tho colt! vrealhfir, Call Our Service Department anil we will for your bat tcry antl Etore name durlag tho winter Rt rcAsonablo '.rates nt our up lo-dnle Dattery Blatlon. 311 Vlh Street S. Phon, 8le COCHBANE THE WINNER BBTHOIT, .Mich., Cochrsne, ot New York, defeated ot San Francisco. 4 2001 to in H-Modt 18.2 bfllk line' billiard match, which concluded ncro Saturday night. Oochrane liasichal- lengea Willie Hoppo. Cochrane won eliril bloolo, his high run being 188 and hl.i 11 {1, Call in and ask for one of our 1919 Calendars BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION DANK THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS ;