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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX mi: "BRINGING UP FATHER" _ MlNO'TELLm ME YrORv; TO hope to.tave one rt the beEt seasons yet. The boys have not tor eoUen about Raymond, and if thing! TO well-Tfe'wfll try and set a or WO 'TfUh them before the season closet. Edmonton has sent down a challensa for a game m the last tn-o weeta of Slarca, but full arrange-, menta have not been made yet. Four of our last year's team are still aw, fcnt this Is not going to. atop the hel-hall at the "Y" t.s wa are gohn to mate things hum this Tbeee everr at 7.30, and eTerybod- TV.11 I b'e welcome. ATWOOD WINS BOUT LONDON, Jan. Joe At- wood won a miten i from Frank Hoodie at subatitutM for of- Blnrdns- tam. i Manilota has Irat In dwl. pre- Burned dead and missing on tie bat- i tleHeiiis in the greit to eatimatea secured from milltar men. 01 this number ore offlcora prosperous year in racing. The Cana- dian sportsman succeeded in topping the list of winner-owners last season and this year his stable looks far stronger than it did 12 months ago. Now that It has been definitely de- cided to allow geldings to race for the Kentucky Derby this year. Command- er Ross appears to have that import- ant event at his merer with Billy Kel- The fact that he is so well provided with three year olds will enable the commander to he well represented in 10th the big spring features and it will be no supriSe'if he furnishes the in both For the Proct ness, he has War Pennant, War Mar vel and Sir Barton. There is some doaht as to TYar 'Mar vel's sMity to hold his speed over route, and Sir Barton is something o a ipyctery, bat War Pennant has al he traits of s. remarkable -Jisisncfi icrse. For the Kentucky Oalts, Commande Ross baa an able representative in Milk Matd. M she is sent to the pos tor that event there Is hardly a doub IhE-t she will 'be a strong favorite. A two-year-oM Milk Jlaid appearei maintained last week proved to be more interest ins than usual. At least fitly People were present, none of whom were idle spectators. Considerable criticism was made ot various matters and methods money-lenders by the narrow tuargm during the past year, f three nins. Thp. Hankers then came ratepayers were in turn con- ack and shaved the Barbers by four as to the vari- eaally the test of her class. Mil id has alxmn that she likes a CONCERNING "SILK" O'LAUGHLIN Late Umpire Soft Voiced Psrso Off Diamond. Fame is fickle. Some men achlev Istinctlon througn mental gifts, son. reuon ot misfortune. Occasionally I y b7 tie stljictiTelr Individual war of doing j U nort "Sllk'l" screech ot decision i ad become a classic note In tie na-1 jams. Now It IE forever stilled, ,nd tlie will seem quiet and tireless tor a lima without it. The re- Palace Vulcanizing Works One Block Woat o! Lethbrldgo Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM Retreading Price Lilt: 32x4 33x4 o double header which broke open te Fire Pin League in the Dominion leys last ntght. from the closeness r the games it looks as it there woulu e plenty ot Interest iroughout the schedule. The Barbers won the first from the flu s' Uttc Crops. Mrs e auspices of the McLeod. who ha? been nursing at Mr. Howard Smith's homo gave a lecture in the church on Man day evening on the elementary point of nursing. Tlie lecture proved botl interesting and instructive. Perliap the uerd of such instruction never fell as at the present. and such instruction should prove most valu- son ana -Mrs. able lo those who attended. School Medina The annual school meeting held onr own RAYMOND. Jan. The Haymond Red Cross Society has been very re- ticent during the time since it was or- ganized. Notwithstanding this fact. it has been working and doing real work at Ihat .especially during the ad- ministration of the present eiecutlvc. Sfhool Rttcp- iion Commitlee For Hc- tiirned Soldiers rcceplion committee apnolnteil by the council mc-t the (Irst of llic week nnd made plans anil outlined i ptar our ncit. Mrs Mattio S. Rouse Is president, Mr Klusey. vice-president, and ao us. Mrs. A. Dahl, secretary-treasurer. The following women compose the room committee: Mrs. T. J. O'lSrien. Mrs. W II Nalder.' Mrs. A. KIrkham. Mn Eliza Whitbeck, Mrs. J. Hegtjie, Mrs II Scovil. Mrs. Ellen Thomp- 'From Ou MARRATH Jan. soldiers' Our .Ian. ui'currcj yesterday and vvai iDOEl of Mra. Jartnan. Itul Uils Ihiw it can not astri'jcd 10 lihu iirevailins illni-ss, as the doctor allecded. W. S. 1'ickun. M.ll.. it as apoplei.v. The lady was i ill on Tliursday last and died j yesterday at i: She leaves a i imsband and three chilJren. Mr. 11. ijarman. who was invalided tiomo from Knglaiul about ten months past, hav- ing joined up hi1 re with the 13th .M.It. Mrs. Kmma Hessie Collls Jarnun i was n native of Somerset .Knslaiul, 10 Amerlcn some leu yur" For the fii or elghl years 1 siic has resided in Canlstou. .t The funeral services will be held I at the residence In the First al p.m. tcilay and will be In rbaruc o! [lie bishouriL-. A card of tlianks aupears elsewhere in this Issue, "ll is not often wo have two funer- als in one day. but that will be the record far the Hill ot January. Tin- remains of Mr. Hoy Archibald, olilesl son cf 3lr. anil Mrs. Thos. Archibald will arrive from Vancouver today am! be interned in the local cemetery- Mr. rc- Archilialcl is accompanying Hie nair.s. Further Information will the work which (hoy will undertake, that of welcoming homo the returned men. Chairman J. A. Mercer was In charse and all members, excepting two, were present. It was decided that'the welcome home acid reception It WAS Intcnde'd to hold religious services in the I..U.S. tabernacle un Sunday lasl at '2 p.m.. but a telegram from the president of Ihe church wat received on Friday statins tliat ill! religious meetings would still be sur be Ihe same for all soldiers. The lo ilirouKhout (lie church. Thi cal committee will communicate with )3 taxen by the church authorities the secretary of the (irrat War and arrangements I a'g to mean that Ihe influenza mus! .._....... be raging In the v.eslcrn slato. There are V life members and C3' wai be marie, whereby Ihe committee ixicnlly the disease, seems to cave active member's, the following are the j wln be notified when iiny Mnsnlli rlm its TOUrso well and tew mn members- W S. Rouse. T. Y. men arc returning. The citizens wll! cascs are reported, while al; tm-p S B 'Card Will Clemis, Will be notified when tho boys will arrive' canls aro practically down C, .3. '__________, tYtaV ...Anlr -ill Cfaflfl Card T. O. King, Oeo. T. Wride, J. D. Costley. L. Pack. C. S. Allen nnd J. M. Boyson. Ten of these men turned their commissions tor canvass work on the Victory Loan of 1917 to the lied Cross, thereby re- ceiving lite 'membership, Mr. J. D. Costley's being by far the largest am- and if they come on the train they j began last week for all grad v ill lie met by the committee, band j aln] rar unfavorable resilltt and ciliions. People will be nshcd lo are M0ted. hoist their flaBs nnj decorate ,ho-trustees.were con The Flivver Fixers and the Jesse sides reducing the rent, also remitted Car.lston seems to be about normal hoist their faBs nn ecorae Car.lston seems o e a dences. An appropriate banner will as t0 sickness, hut In some cf the out still The men rescued from the steam Cnslalia are being laken to Ber- CK alEO OI ice hl'rt total of the e-em'n? with 142. Fol-1 the re the detailed scores: such_ cntici. owing ari iliils Alulvahill Coleman rlopper Totals Blacklocl: McKay Millar Maclean the need of not have arisen. wo dollars per mohlh, as a donation j fairs. The band will commence prac-, Barbers 31 ___ 31 35 57 38 ___ ISO Bankers 40 37 32 42 20 33 School trustees are only ordinary men, and therefore need .alt the sympathy and support they carTget. Moreover. 78 while it is certainly a 31_124 j honor, the position of position trustee ss' neither an easy nor a profitable one. __ ___i There is nothing in it but work and the inevitabla 157 125 462 responsibility, criticism. 30_ 89 Such a meeting as Wial of a week 21-- 56 ago augures well for Iho future ot the school .as there is nothing like .7 enthusiasm, even if It is critical, to 57 Cot I am Peters assure the success of any enterprise It Is hoped that the enthusiasm wil 177 161 be maintained during the year. The retiring trustees are Messrs Mills W. Ulrich and P. "4 4S--122'Holm. The new trustees are Messrs. May- e world pauses to notice a man be- ml ause he has a very loud voice or a ecnliarltr rf tpetfch. Such a one was SUlt" Olaugltlin, base-bill umpire, bo was as well known in this conn- y as any famous statesman, and Elm- Schweitzer Totals Mechanics 60 28 35 43 3S ue made and carried by the Hoy: lying districts there are cascs Sconts. This part of the program Is ,jcveloplng. in charge of l.loitt. Swift. In case Ihe bsys arrive in l.clhuridge and can not make connection with the local' IIM. .___v---------- train, arrargemeiits will be made by the them to bt brought from Lelhbridgc lvhlch has been ordered to proceed or by auto. Krl- Marker has charge of her voyage. Ihe transportation. _. Mr. J. O. Urldge was 'njipolnled lo lool: alter the musical parl ot all af-i j the society. The society has done everything lo raise money. It organized "quilling gleaning clubs. Junior Red Cross girls, had dancing parties, parties, and carried on celebrations. Tho Gleaners' club is probably the most interesting, yet it didn't tnrn in the most money. The members went into the wheat field and gleaned af- ter the harvesting machines had fin- ished, and where apparently nothing had been left, as.did Rntli ot old, but (he slcklcrs in (his tlelil were not com lire and music ot some description.; instrumental or1 vocal, will be render-j ad at the stMion on (he arrival ut (lie' boys. Men who live in this district, having no relatives in town will bj en- tertained by 'he committee and con- veyed to their homes as soon as pos- sible. A social evening was arranged to be held on Kriilay. Jan. 17. A number of hoys havo- already relumed from overseas arid training camps in Can- ada. These boys will tu ;hc guests o( the evening. Later, about March 1st AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Uv the Famous HaywooJ Syslen RE-TBEADING 4 REPAIRING Uy cipcrienccd Workmen. All work Equip- ment lor Him Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE JOS 13lh St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills missioned to leave grain as those were a grand reception will be given them, where Huth gleaned. Tho members i but the affair to be held Friday even- are, Mrs. T. J. O'Driori, Mrs. A. W. jng h just a social. Mrs. O. Kolfson. and Mr. W. All clllzuns arc invited lo attend and SO 0. F. Smith P 75 nsrd and F. Haclier. The local tirug store changed hands -lly! during the week, when 'Mr. .1. F. Cas- siily. of Ottawa, bought oul Jlr. J. The Junior Red Cross girls turn- S1TJ. H Jeffreys. The gleaners turned in Gil i.. The Mutuals. (lie Primaries and Re- lier Societies of the -wards have j Tiic jirograin contributed very freely. The good! promptly at 8 p.m people oT Welling contributed J80 be- ing and knitting, file. welcome home "pur boys." No ad- mission will he diargcit anrl everyone is inivlDd to come and liave a good time. will commence _, CommunUy sinR- ing will lie the order of llie evening. Opening song. "For xtic Glory of the Totals jsrfcabte thlni about tho O'Laughlln pronouncement of diamond ale-WM that In private life whole real name, unknown to Ibe inul- ttuilss to whom he was almost aj an ntlmate friend, waj a ulet spoken York c. Mills. Mr. Cassidy has already ar nrand Old prayer. Chaplain .1. During the eighteen months since the speech of welcome. Mayor 'rived in town taken over the busi- old records were burned the society o ommunity in tie onc 0[ ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Itlglit ami you regard- ing Us cart. 418 Fifth StreetS. 568 ua .111113 is one ot our masi Kemni AUU On Thursday there will be another and a most sympathet- double header, when the. Herald will jc business man, and Ilrllish Her) Cross ami Ihe Canadian ncet the Clerks and the Dominions ]le greatly missed In the com- gian lleliet and the Prisoners of Wnr The society has contributed (o the [Taylor; "Never tile OW Hag, will tangle with the City A MARK FOR LOCAL TflUNDLERS TORONTO, Jan. Irtg In a maloh here last night, William the _. member ot boTvlltig team Fail.' Itofreahmenls will be served.] after which dancing will be the order] of the evening. Don't forget the dale, licit Friday, TWO TORONTOS SUSPENDEQ TOHONTO. Jan. Camer- on and Ilcg. tv.'O regular play- ers of the Arena tearo, were suspemln" JIanagcr Querrie for nmnilr. The best wishes of every- funils, very freely. The society iwn i. loigui tne UAH--, tiddy will follow him In bin future en- ralscil since Dec. 1, 1517. The: evening. Jan. 17lh. nl 8 p.m. sharp, (erprlses. records More Aus. 1S17 were biirncil I The Heil Cross rooms will bo open m 'Hiuraclay afternoon nnd all the la-, dies arc urgently rciiue.stod lo he on] as supplies are greally nccrterl and plenty of work in ready. Those IJUIVIU4 lyviviu Jii'S. with the old Leader office. and O. F. Smith will attend the Lib-! Now that the Is over I tie rod- i eral convention to be held In leiy has disposed of the five sewing ing rules while on the reL-....... Ottawa anrl Montreal. They ar-j sin pendeil without pay and will he i' lo slsn with any other team, but v.-lll j be kept oul of the game tinlil they promise to tjbey orders. The showing of ths Arenas at l attributable lo on the iTth. As IhlR Is an open con- train mention, now Is tho time for all Lib- Corals to get tcgelher and lako care c toe rifie-Lrairy OOTVIIIIS n.atn -r.vw that wcra tha championship list hie, who the pjay of thu year at Cievelajid .roiled a per- feet aoore of 800, Montreal and N'o-i a the timo to act. aa after the 17tli if. will be too bte. Any man who can spare.the time Is asked to atlenil Ihe nvenlion. At least a machines ft owner! and reduced K bank account lo nothing, and given up the which it imd rented, lor quit o ge leaer an 111B Mms.a what abolrt nol ganf [o 3top work nc Well, now Ix 'campaigning (or funds' bitcaiw _. __ ,..__ ___ ling to lake work home <'An rio BO, Kx-Mayor IJeanlon is the delogate ,t re-prcsonllny ihfi Magrath district al campaigning tor iunua U" r.nnventlon being helit al Calgary. a member of thsHedCrosa work-i for tlie Victory loan. ohjhth'tlme In tho last seven yntt that Blwert has made the hicheat possible connl In sin- gle game. d r-ara of nay have ?tliPP011 'luring Ihe j winter ,anil na many more are expect- j eil before Ihe GRATUITY PAY j Thousands of relurning to C if soldiers will soon be ISul Champion can do snme export- ing, loo, which can he proved by [slicking around the C.V.H. yanl those crs of the world. "There la as much need for Hcd Cross worft now, as evtir ctaled Ihe "anil ive rop.'vae lo carry It Crciit for Jhe of the society here in due (lie active members ami I frapfitlally trie executive and the rconi j committee. The amount Uine Red energy given iiy thosp. wo-' men their spirit ami patrlotlsfn Ban Lifted The ban lias again been removed in Magrath. Scliool commenced on Mriirlay niornlng. No families are I now under quarantine anrl wr hope ive SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Vour Inl altcnUon needs very care- Ihe colrl Call Our Service Department and we will ncnd bRt- [cry and sloro same during the winter at reasonable ralca nt onr up la dale Battery Station. Jll 7th Street S. Phone 816 iday.i. DiirinK the week two cars ot and their rtevutedness lo the cause of .'.inada. Their ricmobl-1 ,'lhoga were shipped by O. Smith. Illation has been so arrzngc-1 that the, two )hc hrolhers. nnrl labor market will nol he glut ed. re-; h Of the Uar U suiting in returned soldiers being out h I work. It la realized that Ihe f.ol No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Year tit will be orerbauM mttr the supervision ot oor chief Jlr. Btoildsrt, formerly master mechanic ot a car r.acccllr garage in Winnipeg cl renown OHARQE8 MODERATE _ rller, as as he H dSsctiargcil f roni ,tho Army, vlll (or employment. lo which thoy arn !ln nrrler that he may have an are in the s timlty of living decently until he f Indi Ihcir firs; inrjnOrp gratuity I employment, the Dominion ly upbn dlrirharffe. PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN Miruger SECOND AVENUE SOUTH 1SJ7 C. H. STOOD ART Master Mechanic .......__. Men who will receive Men who mciit has dctideil to give every man are In the tare of Ibu soltllerfl' civil a servico gratuily." The wiiolo department will re- plan is described In an atlvertliement.' cclve their gratuity ns soon as they "War to Peace." which In1 onrl allnwani-e. this paper today. The gratnitv is graded, according lo length "f ser- vice, from six months' to ono nmr.Ht's pay and allowances. After February 1 men who already have hcen dU- charged will Ijcr given tbelr gratuity to receive pay and allowance. Tho gratuity also will be granted to a dead soldier's relatives. The decision to grant this grnltilly places In a position of treat- I right, In thla great war unit during Ih1n perilous cpHemlc. The president ar.d vice-president are leaving for Utah and California a liollrlay. Sllrilng Red was alto organized from this point ,and doing] invaluable service. .Mrs. Frank (.'of-, lln was the Initiator. j Mrs. Mattlo Klnsey and liaughler are leaving for anrl Call-' fornla, also Mr. and Mrs. places Canada in a pos.uon 01 ircai- Ins her returned soldier? more It thinks Iho oasis- Iftao any ollrer.'nalion. M nalil House. Our local paper Heeina to hn hot on Ihe, trails ot the clllzens who signed petition asking the ro.iyor and room out of tnurflnu uro illJ. Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive (ke Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK Oi- UNION DANK THftOW YOUR OLD TinCS AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROS9 BOX ;