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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WI'.DMCSIUY. JAM. AltY PAGE SIX UP By G. McManus; free from UIP Tlie doc- tiu' reports (hat only uboiil IS- (am- Hit's liavc KoM. Lauaway. ot Del Bun- a-rivcHl Iu town the other day from Me has some tlmu Iu active service in Fraiu'e ml is jiul from lite wounds. Ha was ftueat al tho MapniUi hottl over utgltt nnil was taken to Ma lioiije tin luilovrius day- MlNO TELUr ME 'aTOKE. TO WH KT DO S'TTlNc, THERc TELL "YOU its-1- ort Pae (From Our Own conesoonfltnt) I CHAMPION. Jan. the first n-.eetms of the village council Mi-. C. n was elected reeve. Tbe regular meeting of Ilic HeJ Cross will he held on FrWay after i Stoneham, McQuade and Jawn :j. McGiaw Buy Up Busch Shares NEW YORK, Jan. con- trilling interest in the York National Lssgut club, held by the ertlte of John P. Busch, was soW today to Charles A. Stoneham, a broker; JudBC Francit X. Mc- Quade and John J. HcGraw. The sum of WM laid to hav. been paid for the controlling In- New York officers of the club were announced as followi: Charles A Slonenham, prell- dent; John J. McCraw, vice-pre- sident and manager; Judge Fran- cis X. McQuade, treasurer; John. B. Fester, secretary. J. K. L. Ross All Set For The Resumption of Big Track Events NEW YORK. Jan. the present outlook, J. K. I- ROES, of ilontreal. is solns to enjoy a most pioeperons year in racing. The Cana- dian sportsman succeeded in topping tie list of winner-owners last season and this year his -.stable loots far stronger than it did 12 months ago. Now that it has been definitely de cided to allow geldings to race for Ihe Kentucky Derby this rear. Command er Ross appears to have that import ant event at his mercy -with Blllr Kel The fact that he is EO well provided with three year olds Trill enable th commander to be well At Y. M. C. English and and Knox Clash in Chnrch league Seniors Too There will te big doings tonight at lie "Y" when the English and AHOX toys of the Church Uapie wfll clash eud 'he Tigers and Rovers ot tie Senior league. There arc five teams entered in the Church Leapie and 'four in tlie Senior. Tbere is great ietaB taVen by the boys, and we hope, to live one of aeasons yet. The boys Iho best not both tie big spring features and ;I11 te no suprise-if he furnishes th favorite in both cases.' For the Prock ness, he has War Pennant, War Ma re! ani Sir Barton. There Is some doubt as to War Ma ability to hold his speed over route, and Sir Barton is something o a rpystery. but War Pennant his a be IralU of a remarkable distanc ioVse. For the Kentucky Oaks, Commande oss has an able representative i Milk MaH. H she is sent to tie po. for tbat event there is hardly a don iat she will fte a strong favorite. A a two-year-old Milk apponrr emlly the best ot her class. Mi has shown that she likes a d" Uncc. seasons about Raymond, and if things to welt-we will try and get a game or two VU1 them beiore season closes Edmonton has sent dorm a o jams in tbe last two weeks of. -March, but lull arranje- ments have not ieep made yet Four ot onr last year's team are ttfll away, tint this Is not to. Btop the bas- fcet-oail at tie "Y" B! we are to make tilings hum this ywr. These games will be held every Wiednesday at 7.30, and ererybody I fce welcome. ATWOOD WINS BOUT LONDON', -Ian. 3ergt- Joe AV wood won a 20-roucd boring mataa Jrom Frant Jtoodlt Pontypride, who substituted for Pltslea, of Binning tarn. Manitoba has lost in dead, pre- sumed dead ttid rofajInK on the bat ttefleMs in the great war, nooordini to estimates secured from milttw men. Of tils number 183 ore ofdcsra CONCERNING "SILK" O'LAUGHLl Late-Umpire Wai Soft Voiced Peo Off Diamond, n Palace Vulcanizing Works One Block Wast o! Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM OUTS. Retreading Price LIU; JlOflO lose Games Jlark Initial Games in Bowling Ganies Thursday iuij ___ brents as the holiday season is over anri the 'flu situation is improved. Under the auspices o! the Mrs. MeLood. who ha- been nuning at Mr. Howard Smith's horn gave a lecture in the clinrch on Mon lay evening on Hie elementary point ot'nuriins. The lecture proved both interesting and instructive. Perhap the need of such instruction wa The Bankers took two out of three om the Barbers and the Outlaws dirt o thing to the Mechanics In e double header which brote open e Five Pin League in the Dominion leys last night. From the closeness the games it looks as if there would iut ii.-i.vj Mra H o never fell as at the present, and such ..___ vtin. son auu jii-a. e plenty of interest roughout tne schedule. maintained The Barbers won the Grot from the Red Cross Society lias been very re-; licent during the time since it was or- ganized. Notwithstanding this fact, it has beer, working and doing real work at that .especially during the ad- ministration or Ihe present executive. Mrs W S Rouse is president, Mrs. Mattie Kinsey. vice-president, and Mrs. A. DaM, secretary-treasurer. The follov.-ius women compose the room committee: Mrs. T. J. O'Brien, Mrs. li. Xalder. Mrs. A. W. Kirkhain. Mrs Eliza Wliillieck. Mrs. J. Heggie, Mrs. A. 8. Scovil. Mrs, Ellen Thomp- School Uecep lion Committee For Re- turned Soldiers 'From Our Own MAGRATH, .Ian. soldiers' reception committee appointed by Iho council met the first of the nitd made plans and outlined the- work which they will undertake, (hat of -.velcomtng home the returned men. Chairman 3. A. Mercer was In charge and all members, excepting iwo. were present. It was decided that' tlie welcome home and reception instruction should prove tr.ost valu- able lo those who attended. School Meeting me annual school meeting held last week proved to be more interest- ing than usual. At least fifty people were present, none of whom were idle spectators. Considerable criticism was me i made ot various matters and methods oney.lenders by the narrow margin 1 dur'ihg the past year, t three pins. The Bankers then came ratepayers were in turn con- ack and shaved tho Barbers by four as to tbe vari are j members the following are the i wln notified when Magrath ruu t.uurje iirctty well ami Jew; The citizens will are reorted, while ul: wl lifn Av S. House. T. Y. men are returning. The citizens will Love S. Will Will notified when tlra boys will arrive Jl are Hfe members and C3 CAKDSTON. -Ian. iloatli occurred yesterday and was liium uneM'BdcJ. tlint of Mrs. Jarman. i Hut this lime it can not be ascribed 10 the prevailing illness, as Ihe doctor W. S. Pickup. It os apoplexy. The lady was l-ttoii ill on Thursday last anil died yusienlay at p.m. She leaves a I iiusband and three children. Mr. C. i Jarman. who was Invalided houio from England about ten months past, luv- ing joined up litre with the 13tu O. M H. Mrs. Kmma Hessic Collti Jarman vas a native of Somerset .Enslaiul, oitilni; to America some ten years jgo. For the past six or eight years 'she has resided In Cardston. The funeral services will be held al the residence in the First Ward al :.30 y.w. tcday and will lie In charge of Hie liishoprii-. A card of thanks appears elsewhere iu this Issue. It is not often we have two fnner tils In one day. hul that will be the record for the sltli of January. The remains ot Mr. Roy Archibald, oldest son ct Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Archibald will arrive from Vancouver today and be the same- lor all soldiers. Tho thr.iugho-.il the church committee will communicate with be interned In tho local cemetery. Mr. Archibald la accompanying the re- mains, further information will ap pear in our next. It was Intended to hold religious services in the I..U.S. tabernacle on Sunday last at 2 p.m.. imt n telegram from the president of lhc church was received on Friday staling that "1! rclisious meetings would slill to SUE lir.-jugho-.il the church. bv the church authorities the secrotarv of the Urcat War Vot- tloro lo mean thai the Influenza musl erans" al Calgary arrangements be rasing In the western stales, will be made whereby Ihe commitlee the disease seems to hnvc rard' T o" T Wrluei J. CostlV b' C. and if they come on the train they i i will be met by the committee, cases are rcporte'd. while cards arc practically down ..-an last week (or all grade- far no unfavorable results stl b iac. c. w Allen and J M Boyson. Ten of and citizens. People will be asked Iu are noted. men turned their commissions hoist their Hags and decorate rcsl- 1 cardslon seems to be about normal for "canvass work on the Victory Uwn ,ieiices. An appropriate banner will as (o sickness. Imt in some cf the of 1917 to the Bed Cross, thereby re- ceiving life membership, cev Coitley's being by far Ihe largest am- ous difticulties tho truslees.werr. con-loua. fronled with in what has been tlie Mrs j K Meeks and Mrs. H. S. difncult vear in the history ot Au ach tougW a sewing machine ___ vlew oj _ .._ ins, and to maintain their lead won ut in the last frame by VI. The Flivver Fixers and the Jesse ames gang were next up and th The Outlaws came s; -nB ceople aStha annual meet- ver, bowling ISO and 200 in the cf or nve, Mrs, nedd. be wo games and copping the match. J lai- rest taken score-' are only mrttnury men, bc made aud carried by the districts there are cases Scouts. Tliis part ot tlie program Is developing. In charge of l.lcnl. 'Xwiti. In case the ames gang were nest up ana (he vie for the lechamcs won the by pospjbly if ihere had Rcd Cross rooms'were -located The Outlaws came back s. ,2ine annual meet- block rented-' from bDys arrive in I.cihbridge and can not make connection with the local The men rescued from the steam Khip Ciistalia. arc being laken lo Uor- train, arrangements will be made fur N'anvay, by the UergcnFlJord ?cd 01 them to be brought from Lcthbridso by auto: Erl- Marker 'has charge of the transporiatlon. Mr. J. O. Bridge was to whtch has been ordered to procsed oi1 her .voyage. Mills..... Mulvahill jOleman Hopper..- Landry Totals BlacKlock McKay Daws on Millar .Maclean Totals Barbers 31 2L 35 57 36 93 SI 7S ISO Bankers 40 3T 32 and therefore need all the sympathy support car get. Moreover. 7Swhile it is certainly position of the position of a trustee Is ,K neither an easy nor a profitable one. _ _ _ _! There is nothing in it but work and will] the inevitable The society has done everything lo raise money. It organized "quilting gleaning clubs, Junior Red Cross girls, had dancing parties, lawn lartles, and carried on celebrations. Briggs..... Cottam Peters Smith Schweitzer Totals Fame Is fickle. Some men achle itlnctlon through mental gifts, som real on of misfortune. Occasiona e world pauses to notice a man be- U3e he bas a very loud voice or a icnllarily of speech. Sncb a one was Iflk" O'Laugblin, baseball umpire, tiO was as veil known in this conn- -y aa any famous statesman, and slm- V by reaeon of the fact that he had a sUncliTely fnaivldaal way ot I "StrkV acresct of decision ad become a classic note in the na-' >Tn ooal ffftme. It Is forever stilled, id the gama will seem o.ulet and fea- ureless for a tlmo without it. The re- lartable thlnt abont ths O'Laushlln irea-llke pronouncaaient of diamond ate wai that la pflvats llfo wboae real name, unknown fo the mul- Ituaea to te was almost as an nl'lmite frlenil, -was 155 462} responsibility, j criticism. 10 S9l Such a meeting as inat of a week 3S ago augures well for the future of ]jg I the school .as there is nothing like ts 20 j enthusiasm, even if it Is critical, to 'H, SO assure Ihe success of any enterprise. _1_ ___ te that the enthusiasm will 177 161 be maintained during tbe year. The retiring truslees are Messrs Mechanics Mills IHrich and P 50 24 The trustees are Messrs 28 23 SO n. K. Smith P. H. May 25 75'iiBnl and F. Raciier. 25 The local drae store changed hand' 32 during the week, v.-hen Mr. .T. F. Cas -'sidy, ot Ottawa, bought out Mr. J 155 OutEaws S3 I3S jr. Mills. Mr. Cassidy has already ar rived in town and taken over the bus' ides reducing the rent, also remitted the musical part of nil af wo dollars per month, as a donation fte band will commence prac- the society. tire nnd music of some description, instrumental af vocal, will be render ed al the station on the arrival ot the hoys. Men who live in this district, having no relatives In town will lie en-1 lertained by the committee and The Gleaners' club Is probably tlie veyed lo their liomes tts soon os pos- most interesting, yet it didn'l turn in the most money. The members -went nlo the wheat field and gleaned af- er Ihe harvesting machines had Un- shed, and where apparently nothing had been lett. as did Ruth of old, but the sicklers m ihls field were not com- missioned to leave grain as those were A social crenlris was arranged lo be held on Friday, Jan. 17. A number of boys have'already returned from overseas arid Iraintng camps in Can-j ada. These boys will he Ihe gue.-ls o the evening. Later, about March a grand reception will be given AUTO TIRES Of ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By Ihe Famous HaywooJ Systcvi RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed.' Special Equip- ment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Off. Ellison Mills msson where Ruth gleaned. The members but the affair to be held Knday even are Mrs T J. O'Brien, Mrs. A. W. ing Is Just a "got-acquainted" social. IJIrkham Mrs O. Rolfson. and Mr. W. All citizens are invited to attend and H. Jeffreys. The gleaners turned in welcome home "our boys." No ad- (4C The Junior Red Cross girls lura- mission will be charged and everyone in {171. is Inivtcd lo come anil have a good The Ihe Primaries and He- time. liet Societies of the two wards have[ The program will commence contributed very freely. The good! promptly at S p.m. Community sing- people, of Welling contributed JSO be-i ing will be Ihe order o! the evening. sides doing sewing and knitting, elc.l Opening sons, "Kor tlie (ilory of the r Chalain .1. ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR sines doing sewing anu unmans. UIL-. T upunioK ,-u, _ Durine the eighteen months since the 0rand Old prayer. Chaplain .1. old records were burnsd the society L. [Jihb; siiecch of welcome. Mayor P 4Jg riltn Street D. ___ L..1-- MIUJ.U VI" f ____.....______ ______ old records were burnsd the [Jihb; Efccch of welcome. Mayor ness, and expects his wife and three thai sent away C031 pieces cf work, or Illrie: "Soldiers of Ilic King: rcmln- 2S-- 701riiilijren in 'he near fulure. articles. Some of the articles arc 56-M2 30-10S 7.'ill be a matter of regret lo thelgocka, pyjamas, dress gowns, band- many friends ot Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. >ipj many iriuii'ja in agciF, Mills to learn lhat.they are to leave cases, and many others, in sma tbe coniTnunlty in future. Mr, Mills Iscencef. "Life in the Air." Cadet lien ___ Hood; Oirls' chcrus; talX. Capt. X. T. ages, beil pan covers, slings and pillow Mecman; Eoy .Scouts' chorus: speech, cases, and many others, in smaller: Ex-Mr.) or Honnion: "Ketin the Home and advlae you regard- ing Us care. remarks, Captain ulet spoken 'ImM. New r, t, t 1 t A MARK FOR LOCAL TfiUNDLERS aninies. Tlie society lias contributed to Taylor; "Never Let the s one o our g ie socey ias conr cilirpns. and 3 most sympatliel- 1 Brllish Her) Crojs and the Canadian j Foil. On Thursday there will te another ca, W.T- "'suM "'lie What a i Chair.plon caaiiilato? Well, no r and willbe TORONTO, Jan. ing in a matoh here night, William Blwert, a member oi the Page-Dairy bowling (earn that won the championship last year at Cleveland .rolled a per- 4 feet icore of 800. It was the eighth in the last seven yean that Elwert has made the hijhest possible count In a sir.- gle game. tf 4 t O1 Ottawa and Montreal. pendsil without pay ar_ to sign wUb any other team, br.L will j thfi Umo to aa after the 17th it he >lm bTWB can kept out -Qt the _game they fl promise lo obey orders. Tlic p i spare, the time is aakcrt to attend Ihe campaigning tor funda'because It Is1 still a member of the lied Cross work- ers of the world. "There Is as much need for Rc-tl Cross work ever showing of Ihe Arenas at Mon'.rca ff was attributable to Cameron who upMii the ulay ot i pbyerp. GRATUITY PAY Tlicni'ands of soldierr, viili BUUH returnlne to Canada. Their convention. AJ least a humirwl cars of hay nave jbeen ?hippofl iiitn town during the 1 winter ,anrl as many more arc expect- i ed iittfirR tin; spring. i Rut Ciiampion ran do some export- ing. too, which tan be proved by jstickfTig nrwind (lie C.P.R. yard iyn. Durinii tlie week two cats of anri their dp.vnledness to the cause of I roiirescntfny Ihn Magralh iHstrlct 31 the convention being field at Calgary. Tor lliu Victory loan, Ban Lifted Tlie ban flgfifn hne-ii removed Scliool on tnornlng. N'o fainHies are i slaterl the preslden', "an4 for the- success of the socitityl now muter quarantine ami V-T hope we here in due the active members and j especially Ihe exeeutlve and the room! Tho imniensn amount of' time and energy given fir Niece jirn show their spirit mil ji.ifriotism t SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very care- ful attention during Ibe cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will send for'yoiir bat- (cry and store same during the winter at reasonable tatea at onr up-todalc Mattery Station. 31! 7th Street S. Phone 816 No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN QIVE YOU 8ATI8FACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your will te OTerhauled under the able supervision ot onr elilel expert, Mr. Bloddart, forraerly oasler mechanic ot a car hogs were shipped hy (I. F. Smith. lljallon has been ao arrangccl that the, two h and labor will not he glul ed. re-; e ,Me 0, I; aultlng In relurned solfilers being out of word. It la reilte] that Ihe '_________________________ dle-r, as soon as he Is discharged from the army, will for employment, i lo -.vhlch Ihny aid entitled.' Men who In order thai he may have an opnor-j still an; in Iho service will receive 'tiinity of living decently until he fintU their first month'.i graluily immedlito- caoaclly In Winnipeg ot renown success, OHAROE8MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. M, RAVIN Miruger 8ECONP AVENUE 1637 C. H. 3TODDART Master Mechanic tmpioyment, the Dominion govern' i upon their racnt has decided to give every manjarc In the flisrharze, Men ivhu aoldlcra' civil L rj33 flCCltlRsI il> gni! u, "svar servico uratuily." Tiie department will re- I plan la described in ar, colve their (rralully as soon tliey 1 'ii! ccasy to receive pay and allowance. The eratully also will be granted to "War to Peace." which appsars this paper lodar 'n'f grntmlv according lo lenglli deail relatives. The dccl.-ion to grant Ihls gralllily rljiht. In Ihls greal war and during, IhiR perilous cpHemlc. j The president and vicfc-presldent; are leaving for Utah and California Icr holiday. Ths Ktlrllng lied Cmtf was also] organise] from point .and Invaluable service. Mrs. I-rank Cot-, fin was thf. Initiator. j Mrs. Matlle Klnscy and daughter- Lucille, arc leaving for I.'lali and fornla, also Mr. and Mrs. W. K. P.OU90. Our local paper seems to hn lint onl Ihe trails of tho cilizenfl who sfsncrl! Ihe petition asking tho mayor and' vice, fronvslj months' t'o onn mnr.tli'a 'me aecuion to grant mis Bro.uii) j pay and allowiinces. After February! places Canada In a position ol treat- mt-n who already have, hren dl..- Inc her rclnriw-l soldiers more gener- lovfo. It think.i tho reclanranlt i charged will bo given their gratuity oasly- than any otlrer nation. I" m" I1001 Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive One Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK 01-' UNION BANK THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUFI RED CHOSS BOX ;