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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX vV^DN'KSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, IMS BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus HPo JO'ol l.lKt -lOO  I iCt-P Hlc-\ TO WEM; Iters HEKV> bOC^T. ArslD NVOOLENt) IN THE T^ENCHF_"o M*tD MTEC C-UrADUED UP -~>---- I *WKiT� HIM HE. MUM DO ��**� i TELL HleV Y/H'l' 00 -too K1EP NA! worth going l Command�r Ross, sportsman that he In declare! it Is his Intention to "tart War Marvel, a* well as Hilly Kelly in this .'-year-old tost, over a distance, as ; he is quite as anxious a* th* public to learn which of his two' is ttto better Now York.-Commander J. K. U .In a. three-cornered dti Uoss, tlm multimillionaire sportsman ; miles lo see. of Mor.freal. has faith In the futuf of tin) turf i:i the t'nii.?fJ States and Canada. Ofh��rw.s� the la�t work would rot I.kely have recorded his purchase from A K. Macomber, for I7.V00. of two :\vtar-old colts. War Marvel and War Pennant, and the 3-year-old colt, j ruce home. Motor Cop. His recent acquisition* give JnandT Ko.c a most promising for the 1319 campaign, especially fur a* the 3 year-old Makes are concerned, for ho already owned the two j f Yl T f> 1 1 � jear-old gelding. Billy Kelly, perhaps Ol W PSlPlTI I 3113(13 V the rooj' sensational juvenile- of thclVI T�c;5l^�*� VxdlldUCt , turrent season. j ------ j The defeat of Billy Kelly !n his j "Field and Kancj"publ!ihcd in New ' �; apecla! race against Eternal was a ; York.- has tt.� following nrc-iun? of Veen disappointment to Commander ' W>st�m Canada kennel* in it* ia,t Boss, though In nowlso rospoiulble '*���> Chlcv-:o. manager c National '. d-;.' of V.: Wec;:h:ua: nounc-d '. til a!"* wi'!' Mr. Wi- Nov. f the i 10 ;.!'! ipi ;!l two w �glim a tin talu Ills financial ini' res ! Mil' 'ill of ...�1 1 .-.1 (>n iMtlvel howevn . coinhnt (Uc 'fill, nnd to relieve any distress. It Ij probable thnt a sum will also be Kranted by the Vlllace Council. Thlt--|R only an Indication of how everybody Is behind everybody else iu this time of stre.4.s. On Friday Mr�. Seymour received word that her sister and her baby hail both died from the 'flu at their homo in Michigan. Although there have been approxi | tj,,,, providing that males between IS  n.i.'nti Imntcly 550 case* of 'flu in the town Once more wo'and district, at tho timo of writing i'i of two morn there are no very dangerous cases. :h lavlnR dk-d on I Mr. W. K. Anderson of Taber. Is the r \v I' Mtiuhl- n�w manager of the ttauk of llamll-hiK:ily esteemed ton. Com- I �V�jWith Dog Fanciers i hunter's parrtdl^e. Many l-.ere imt" a j irooil tivinc. espe.-lally 'v the wlnt-T. Jcttttinp th,. loyot- or prairie wolf, a-1 ih-v Ret a bounty for a'M on- U'.led i atol the skin I' worth a'.out ?S O.i �'�� Ith a co.vl Iciti h of ilom, many av-aue ten f-r w Mr. Macornbor. Commander Hoss had been neRotUt- lnS for War Pennant for a lowt'.mr ^ und to secure thU colt had to take the , � 7 Dominion. a' .: a.m.. after i The Victory timid campaign closed a .-lairt. but seven* ::irie�. The d"-iOI) Saturday evening with a total suli cm t had worked tiit'it and day in uripllon from the district of Jso.a',0. nr-"lap af.d help'-tu: .enerntly those -j-tils amount Included one amount of who weie :dck. and while enKap'd in |2fi.pOO. one of llo.nno, one of $.",.000, thl- wi.r'K of mercy he contracted the geveral of $1000. and the rest of small disetie hltiifeir. Mi-* r-n.iini were amounts As our allotment was about talon to Ca!,;ary the .'.'.me day and |;o.000 It will be Keen that that am-were lcirh .1 on Sunday hy Hr. C. K. 01lnt >jaa been over subscribed by over Hland. at L' p.m. Mr. V.jrch'.son had |is,oi!0. This Is all the m,,ro credit-.O'lii -psrlt, an-1 , Hbip, onlng to the fni epidemic, pal organizer.) 10ri|)> � few days were civen to tho i.impalgn. He canvass, and that bv only a much ru-ryiiody in both ,>ve town and cmtitry. aii'-t tv.-lve haurs 1 lie I., e HePert pa  tits \: !mo- ltl'.'y K�!ly. War Pennant and Cirrus, from different stables, might Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. cor. 3rd St. A 4th Avsnutj S.. Ltthbrldae W. H. OOWLINO W. 8. COOK Jack Fletcher manu;tr uf tlio Il.-ocklev Ker.n.-ls which  niitaina ah mt fort> file liitjrders. In lora:*it on tlio .�lile of the Itiver KllUna -.i.alch f!i>wi from the Hocky Mountains and I- of cours* always Ice cuh', being i.u>�t part snow us w#!l a� t-aln water from creeks and streams. Bob Thomson. Calmslde Kennels who also lias many good ones of hi* own; tcTora! chaa.-plons of varioui breeds, an] has u. coromodatlons for sixty dogs. aitnoiKh h# only keepn a �w tor h'.^ e-lrrt fr!(*nds a* his hor.-te tteponitiou tmsi-iie�* keep� hitu a busy nun Tln-n Hill Morgan has tho Woodbine K":nmls of Hnstons an 1 Ilulldng� Harry Orant. thu Anion Kenntds of various and mix-d c;f.m.-ni's ( irtns for forty i tainK I-"! land, ili-'i 1,1-in l.ke p!::i-Then a�a;:i In 1 ha i nunaifod lo o :: .1 r; st,.rv. It.-. c'ty. tin- capital ! I to: gat to ft.)'.' time day of very sevc  sickness, and thl� morning as the result of Influ-af:.r !; '.viiii. put up a c.iilint fight for ,,nxni Mrs Mctilbbon had lust given life T.u> \try be*i :n- Ileal ami nurs- u|rt|| io a baby, and was .till In the ii.it atti tit;o'i seemed t . avail nothing. � imspltal when she contracted the dlh-and deatii eventual vent ic'.r I:,.!.! VlK'irolls >�.o.ir.i; r.iets the ugh a -� Thi� !>r!ns;s :i. b-it t: it his U'li, \-le* died a' csntl 1 rn.ii li here ' I' .- i apltal cl'.v s�' '1 !i':.-s and keti-Atitert; t.i  noted fan : r; Jack Newman, owner that good Airedale Ch. Almonte t'-->-\ an 1 several others; ,\r 'He Set:-.-tie Vsrtety le-lltlrU, 'Vho has w"ii t.11 m I'eliln-^e.-i.- for the last three i-ari hi *iic-ty kennel-- Mr, :. :r . ! �� d at ] Kldd allagr.er t tu'l can rea!iz�* |.Wr.-s - r-.ry loci! ir. w::at little plfasure th.-v derive liiini .:ut'.-:. -.1 fa-t N. the'r pets, and the trouble they have js K ,i.llf (ii take to ke-a th.ir canines Itoiti K..fly - ti lri.o Father Front's ..tt.ick. There in a Krtai ^,..|,|, , a! . d .' cheap, ao thai for Pr.-al.ini* the> could secure none letter. Hob Arn>*'rt/!:R Ottawa. Nov pajier null i-o:i:t iualion of ti >�> ; the price her, led >>rderr ine costs in ni partially the I ilti' ANDY The Radiator Man Hai Moved to 418 Stfa Streets. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Haywood Syataoi REPAIRING Workmen. All Special E�jttl�* Cut Repair*. RITCHIE Oaf). ElllaoR Milla breeds; Harry Tomlinson. Klllarney Kannels of Boston Terriers only; Harry Saunders. Obo Cocker Spunlel Kennels, also E Cart 111 and Jack Thomson, both have large kennels of thi� breed; Mrs. Kennedy's Kennels of Toy Spaniels, containing fully forty an*, al! of the best quality, are all located here. Then l.ethbrid�e, another of Alberta's towns, has the largest Bulldog Kennels, in the Chinook Kennels, which has contained some of Canada's best, such as the late Ch. Chinook Tenacity. Warflehjh Master. Ch Courtney Coronet ond Jellieo Westall. Joe train* in M.-.a t.b.i. and 1 can assure Penfold, Ch. Quapar Civilian, and hin. or any o-tse.-that Alberts* would many others. , auii him ln-ttnr II. Finch. Then Maxwell, another Bulldog own- (,r the west. Burn's Airedales and Dr. , Kcjually imp...*!ant was his declara-Utid's Russian Wolf-hounds deserve tion that the c.o.- which life pre euted mention. Then we have several good before Mr. Pi.had to he based, fanciers at Medicine Hat, called the |U part, upon arbitrary valuoa for Oaa City us natural gas burua there btumpage, linkage, etc., and upon such day and night at tremendous power, depredation such a- the books of the the cost of beating * house and kennel companies adopted. is very cheap. The winters here are tto ---------------- intensely cold the frost often is forty i GET MILITARY MEDAL below zero, but it is a dry healthy J London, Nov. IT..-The following frost and is no colder than many cities Canadians have been awarded the east where the air is damp and moist Military Medal iprivates except wliere from the lakes or sea. C. Thwartes, J. otherwise .-pecifiedr. Armstrong and W. Currie, with many: Canadian Kngine-rs: K. O. '!�l�l others have good kennels. Sergt. .\. W. Cairnichae!' 1"1 "20, Corp Alberta evenings are lovely heie. , tha Northern LlghU being seen often ! and daylight continues until very late ' every evening Sunny Alberta, at it is called as the sun shines so brightly and regularly that a resident of tl.is state or province, as it 1= called in Canada, cannot live for long in uny . city where it Uckn the sunshine. L'p North many husky do^ teauts travel for hundreds oJ( miles beyond railroad reach with fur trader; and trappers These dogs are much larger than those that I have seen F.ast at �hows, but no stronger, I don't think. W� have lots and lots of shooting of all kinds, bear, elks, ducks and chiek-'/i�n� abound here and it is cartaiuly u d-.e.i;' O !'. doiio; well, family hai J, bad attack , . I!null Ileal !. own plsce n As tl..- ou'c * *-. - vhole double Jleld uvercd from v try flu Mr and Mrs iw tiiived to th.eir f town. f the 'fiu epidemic, is riium 'all. nf a municipal hos-ict. There |i al-filiation for such t only r.-iiuires th 'h . d :! -e MILL COUNSEL A ilnj'i fH'ht !.y 1 creating vi-.'or p.-r,on ..f Mrs 1 vatii.ll Artay '� nut l" ors-an ite 'in- "e.l ^hl. !d i end district P. p.i'.-ri* iiiacd i�a that might P.- Iv S Ar.ny !  i! s:..-Iht-lr tic'itary .i and it ve done 1 without her at this critical time no one wauls lu think of. Charlie lieun. .a local ( hlnoso mer i hunt, died of influenza on Wi dr.o--. day. .1 oil n I'Hteho appeared in I hi' police court on Thursday to answer a charge of .-dealing a mowing machine, prefer red by Charlie ('modi'. From the �� vi dene" It aii['�;ired that (Jooile hud pur chaned the nia.chiue from one of iili-neiiihhorn and thai l-liitebo had pin it.i.'i'il It fioin Hie Ititeniatlotial liar-O'nti I cotnpaii*, to whom I' had In en mortgaged and whota* receipt fm- pay mem lo- produ.....1. Tho mngl-itratc dlsmi�Fed the CUM- (illlii-rt l.uinle. who lust year, scribed J.'.ii.i.eii to the Victor*. I. invested another jio.Oe" in this ye bonds. John II. Stuarl also rub. ed Jl".0'!'1 Iter! (low. " ccretary treasurer nf tie-local muni, ip.illty. In iniffei-'.iig fvoin n hi oil' attae): of the 'flu. The do.-tor haling recommended Iil� tenioia: to a tent Hugh Murriy gathered up .-. London. Out. Nov. 1!" �-The Wosi-ls'l'U'd of �:ght o.- fn volunteers �h,. ern Ontario Lib', at A--oclation elect-( spent Sunday making :i fl-r.r nnd >->do* ed offlrer.s us foll'-.v-' (and erecting a tent. Mr., lio.v I.-, al a. Honorary pr- f>ir.-s lietwe.-n p-ilnts on the Vatic..uv-urer, W. II. (hurltoti. Aylmer |ir and Fru��r Valley railway Ottawa, Nov. I'd- On May '_M. I'.'IT. v\ ith the object of preventing an ex-miti:|)p4,iutc,j temporarily to assist the; nan are home again. iepattmsnt of labor with problems -till .pulemle here, and i,rj�jMK in ,-onnecllon with the recou-' to -ay just when wo shall utructlon period, has been taken to a live from h. \iuny ar� enquiring i,M.ai hospital suffering from appendl-to v.i:., tcimil and church will eitia. Professor Clark, has been at the.j - labor department for only a day or so. Tho iiospltal authorities stated that ^ ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK GUARANTEED EXPERT MECHANICS REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING DONE AT Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. reopen. This n equally uncertain, but sufficient no'.iie will he given. The first .service in the church will take the form of a united memorial tho for l! :*:,>, .1. S. lie wolf; Wood. "_' ::;.'!> ts'i;'. ^api> It Itogeis; 1 Sergi W. A. J. W:\mn. Field Artillery >'.'. Ouniter C. W lidvisot,; .'',' e.;; r*. \V. Wind..; . .ill'; \.t:.'ic c. s. i:o.  No: a Sc:,tia He^iinctits. (1. CVu'.o Kei-^t. .1. Dai'les; 74;:'"17 I-. J-'or.-ythe. Aliieita. Hegini.-m: 'J.'lO'.oi Corp. W. II. ItOba. A. S. C: 1T',2 If. Smith. T. M. By; ml Sergt. A. P. Campbell. I Manitoba Regiment; S751150 A. Mc-! Murohto -e-i-vicc- for --ently and v;ao wa^ recca'l p-n.-iible, rpeclal i-d far. ,;nd i m is nniitdpii'ed. lul'ire will I..-, a' who have died r�-son of Mr. Lobbau, killed in action. If sic will be arra'ng he was resting comfortably. SALE HELD UP. t Now York Nov. 19 -The proposed sale of the British tonnage of the In- i tecuational Mercantile Marine com- j t memorable (service .,any to a British syndicate has been ' fhe service in the [ie;^ l;p at the request of tho authorl-7 Mi p m. sharp. a* tiet; al Washington, it was announced lale today by F. A S. Franklin, pre si-1 dent of the company. u -iii" -it .Una U i'hV uggi o- op. ii up, the Sunday n: i > �s usual at 11 a.m . !...--! \, r is asked to be th> u.euutiiue aome ar-ure '..dag made for a -ntert'.inmeut, and cvery-1 in (onie forward with ions ,,r help. Don't for- GIVEN REPRESENTATION hidl Wh" pr.-Ulli ('in hud . un* . gel i 7.:.:o. ; At present them are six children in' tho foreign mission board of tho Unit the local hospital, three of Mr. and ed Lutharau Church in America, in a Mr. Mid Mrs. Hnpkln's, and three of j reusolutioa adopted by the synod here, j \Kl. and Mrs Robert's; also Mr�, Hot*-1 yealc-jda^' New York. Nov. 19.---The Augustina Synod, comprising nearly l,000,ooo Lutherans of Swedish birth or lies-tho new time for evening service,; c�nt. residing west of, the Mississippi ' river, was given representation on Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for $5.00 per month. We have also made arrangements to have your battery lookad after for $1.00 per month while your car is in storage. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLO TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ?736 ;