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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^laPyESpAY, NpVEI�BEtl:2p, 1918 Canadian Turfman, Commander Ross, Has Faith in Futtire Racing New York.-Commander J. K.' L. ^^oiSi i tiie multl-mllUoaaire sportsman of. Montreal, has faith In the future-of the turf in the United States and Can-far:the alreaT]y;owiied th&t^ vis'earold gelding, Billy Kelly ^'perhaps' Stfae most sensational, JuTtolle of the ��.\cnrrent season. � � �  �� i;^ -Pfie def*at of BUly.- Kellyi In his q^jtecial race'agidnat Eternal waaa . Boss had been oiegofl^t-'}�iBai.^(ie!WKr:.-'P9rmiat::t6f a long time ;t � andvto se^ take the T"ci>:.btfi'f;two^;alonK':wlth'-liJi^v� . ^^:ti;Tlie fact;that BillyiKelly and War ; : Penant are now stable mates is Hot >;;"!;likely to detract greatljr; If any, from } Uie; interest In the Walden stakes, to 4s be at Pimlico, Saturday afternoon. , This classic, at ajmile, is considered .one of; the most important'of'the year is for the juveniles; rt'wiSliexpp 5;; jBUlyvKelly,' War Penn^&Jtiiid Cirrus, 3,1 from different stabliii;mllht ei;igi|t^ LTO BEPREIENI.CUBS �� , ,i,,i ^X.- Chicago, Nov. IS.^Pred untchell, T.i�^n tt^ ^ manager of the Chicago .club o� the r.!L^al'l;i c�,,,f=,^., �.� National league, will be elected presi-town, which gets its nunQ'trbnL the: number of cow punchers to'be sees Idaiiy on the streets. This'City has some of the best and largest ! keimela in the Dominion. Fletcher;: manag^, .9t--�fe Jack' Fletcher;: managiR iO:, _ ______ Brockley kennels which contaii�?alt�"'He.>canvass am will be mlBsed.'by: everybody in both \ du'ced staff. Ottawa,: NoY.19.--'Ou May 24, 1917, with Ih^.pbject of.preventing an exodus frota-Canada o� persons likely to be affected, by,tlie Military Service , Act, the government passed a regula-Although there have been approxl-|Mon providing that males between 18 mBtely^260 cases of 'flu in the town ted *.dlBtrlct, at the time of writing thenaarb no very dangerous oases. Mr. W- K. Anderson of Taber, is the new -managbr of the Bank of Hamil- ton;. The Victory Bond campaign closed on Saturday evening with a total subscription from the district of )80,550. Tbisrambunt included one amount of 26,000j^one of 110,000, one of $3,000, Beyeral of $1000, and the rest oC small sirioants. As our allotment was about $70,000 it will be seen that that amount has been over-subscribe^by over $18,000. This Is all the more creditable, as, owing to the 'flu epidemic, onljr a few days were given to the and'that by only a much re- MrSi ilorriB has just received 'the sad neWs that her married sister, .Mrs. McQibbon' of Calgary, passed ' away nine days of very sejere sickness.^and.'this'"mttlmlug as the result of Influ. after hfiving put up a gallant fight for' life. The very beat medical and nur8> ing attention BeBliS�a to avail nothing; and death eventually claimed one "of our most vigorous and promltling young men though only 1? years ::0t age. This brffiBluour total death rolli enia. Mrs. McGlbbon had just' given birth to a b&by, and was still, in' the hospital: when she contracted the dis- ease.:: . wonidBrfld-hD^ ever I had managed tof^p td^ekven^, laSadlng Mr. Moon, �ie, ---* * "late' manager.'^?"the bank of Hamll- "ils suocessoi', Mr. Hai-- and 45 desiring to travel must first secure a permit authorizing their departure. As thisii-egulatlon imposed some hardship on the travelling public and as the Conclusion of hostilities seems to render unnecessary the further enforcement of the rekulation, the government has rescinded its ruling and people,are now as tree to leava the;pomInion as they were -before the outbreak of the war.- London, Ont. Nov? 19.-Sir Wilfrid lAurler j^t a f banquet tendered in his honor here tonight by woBtem Ottafld LiberalB announced his. intention of --________^_______ --_________ -___- , calling a national convention of all neii^'faeVi hliDdvi"bl][sy" m^^^ BUI era; Archie Semple, Variety Kennels, family had^Just recovered'frqm very'Liberals In the Dominion at.a "not far Mormii has*the Woodbine Kennels of *ho has won all In Pekingese for/the bad altacks of the 'fltj;' Mr. and Mrs. distant date" to cotnalder -problems _ : , "i,- -.�i-i, I., onnnocciinn  vHPTh TT.._i., TjAsj tn ! confrontiug the couutry HOW that peace CALL CONVENTION BbBtbns'Mnd?Bttlld6gs. Harry Granti the last three years in succession; Herb Hugh Reid have uowi^oved to their Aratb&Kimhtlls'of various and mixed Clement's Setter and Gbllie Kennels-own place north of^bwnv breeds; Han^Tomlinaon,. Killamey with the prefix Vjardun;; and B. Stein,' Kennels of -Boston Terriers only; [who also has a vjiriety kennels. Harry Saunders; Obo Cocker Spaniel Aa the outcome of the 'flu epidSniic, , there is some talk of a municipal hoB- ____________,___, Western Canada c�|n feel proud of pital-for the district. There is al- Kerinel8,'8lBoB:'CargIll and Jack Thorn-' her grand coUectidn of champion dogs ready provincial legislation for such son, hoth have large kennels ot this ; ahd fanciers, and her kennels all de-'institution, and it only requires, the breed; Mrs. Ktonedy'B Kennels of Toy � serve credit when you * can . realize necessary local initiative to make it a Spaniels, containing fully forty and all ' what little pleasure they'derive from material fact. No wis the time to get SERVICE STATION Attention, Motoristl Tonr battery needs verf care* fUl attention,during the cold weather. Can Our Service  Department and\we will send? for.your bat-' tery and store same/durlng the winter at Reasonable rates �'at cur np-t6^ater.n ' ^ everything else In sight. -This raises FIGHT OP/PAPER, . .^^l^ |the general que'stion of*:fire. pifetec- xr COUNSEL tion and prevention.' Whatare we �lo- Ottawa, Nov. iS.-vA day's fight by, ing with out hot ashes, etc.? paper, mill counsel against the exam-On Saturd�y last wo had a.very in seems, assured. f The opposition leader, declared that any statement-of -____________ -____________ Ination ot government accountant, G. teresting visitor to>thp town in the. I and kennels, such as the Bulldog Ken- t. Clarkson, in the newsprint apifeal person of Mrs. Bryant'on of the Sal? 'he'ls Coronet 'the head being Ch. came to an end this morning when.the vation Army. Mrs.. Bryanton Is trjr-: Rome, |ifov. 19.-.^n Italian cruiser has enterjBd the harbor ot Sebenyoe. The Austrian trans-Atlantic liner Frans Josef, which .was In port, has at it' ' The Radiator Man if "'^u Hored fat^ 418 Stk Street S* - ____Coronet, . ______________ Courtney Cojonet and the young win-! paper control tribunal permitted news- ing to organize a committee to push nll>g'4pg. Sputhpprt Joffre, a real Qual-: paper counsel to call him. A feature the Red Shield campaign in the town........ Ity dog which is bound to secure his 1 of his evidence was hIB announcement and district., Perhaps the visit w^sjbeen taken over and renamed the Ar- champioiiBhlp Boon. .Ch. Buster Pen- th&t QommissIonei^T-Pringle,'since fix- poorly timed but this should not be mandDias. Admiral Mllto, governor fold, the Bulldog oi^ed by'B.' Stani fng the price of newsprint in Septem- allowed to detract''from any value | of the Dalmatla regions occupied by ford and B. B^spn. T^ere are several, ber,'had ordered him tp further exam- that might be In the campaign. The j Italy, raised the lUlian flag over .the kennels of retrievers and- Irish Set-'ii,e costs in six: paper mills voUOwlng S. Army Is doing a great woi-k in both ,^terB and Mrs.'Wheeler'fl Reno Kennels ! partially the lines laid down In the their military and! (Sivir enterprlBes, rof Boston Terriers, which dogs have newspaper questionnaire of Septem-, and it Is quite wortJi,ji.�f being boost- her. , led. The Hvar is over, 'but the ,needs Equally important was his declara- of the soldiers are'just as great as tion that the costs which he presented ever, and the, work gf the S. Army, before Mr. Prlngle had to be, based, - ^ in part, upon arbitrary; yialiies fpi>, sttiiupagei sinkage, etc., and upon such for years won all before th6m out'.in the west; Burn's Airedales and Dr. Reid's Russian Wolf-hounds deserve mention. Then we have several'good fanciers at Medicine Hat, called the Gas City 'aa natural gafl burns there vessel. Order has been restored Flume, It l8 stated. ^ , y.M.CA, etc., will he as necessary as ever till the men are home again; PROFESSOR ILL ? Ottawa, Nov. lO.^Professor W. C. Clark, of QueenB_iynlversity, Vho was appointed; temporarily to assist the department of labor with problems The 'flu is still epidemic'here, and arlHlng in connection with the reoon-, Barons Contribution to^the Vict tory Loan-'i*'lu Cases-Big Subscrii^tidiiS � y . ,/� ' �� �:-;:' ' ��.�, .:�� �� (From Our Own' Corrssnondant) 'i Nov. 19.-After hanging bfttk In th� Victory Loan race until the last two days of ,the campaign Barons district finished with a sprint that lett roost of,her rivals behind.; With .only four townshi|;)g to draw from.and $100iOOO ns our allotment, it was Seen that b'g things werfe expected of; us and wo neyor like to disappoint our friends. On Thursday night we liM only $68,-000 and some ofour neighbors thought that for bnce Barons had fallen down. Saturday night, however, found us with our total allotment and> $8,300 to the good. If there are, anywhere in Alberta, four townships with a small town in the centre that have beaten our record, we '^ant them and shake hands, Meantin^e'we are shaking hands with lourselves. Tho Intluonza epidemic api)eared to be doing its worst here last woek but has been abating rapidly during \ the last throe days and the general opinion is that we are nearly through wltli it, Too much credit cannot bo given to Mrs. Ledbotter for the efficient and energetic manner in which she managed and Is still managing the hospital. What Barons would h^vo done without her at this critical timef, no one,wants to think of. , , \ Charlie Heuri;" a local Chinese merchant, died ot influenza on Wednes-i'day. � � .:;V:' John Flatebo appeared'iin the police court on Thursday to answer a charge of stealing a mowing machine, prefer-redby Charlie Goodo. From the-evidence it appeared that Goode ha^.pur-ohased the machine troni one of his neighbors and that Platobo had ; purchased it from the International. Harvester company, to whom It had been mortgaged and whose receipt tor payment ho produced. The magistrate distalssed.the case. , ' ..... � Gilbert Lunde. who. last year;'subscribed $30,000 to the Victory Loan, invested^another $10,000 in this' year's bonds. John H. Stu/rt alio subscribed $10,000. the:application of tiietBritish MLOEFIGERS London. Ont; Nov. 19.-The West-erh Qntario 'Liberal Association elected-oljtlcerS as follows: Honorary -presidents. Sir WilfMd baurier and Coll:Thomas Hebbs^;/^x Wt.P.P., London;, presldlenl, d^orge Gibbons,' London;, first' vice-president, MrB.: Jbhtt; Brown, Stratford;'second vlce-ptesWent; jMlss Armstrong,, i:o'n;,OTanw,me appiicuuou oi u. doa-thlrd.T^praBidrotrte^ ^Golttrtbia'.ipie'ctrfo cdnlpWM�r''*&'- Inger^oll; fo4ir*a yice-pr^iidebt, 1*-Jl. mfsfiiofi'lo^hcrease Ttte'-comtnutatidn McMillan, Se^rth; secretaryvtreki.-, fares between points on theVancouv-.urer.,.WiL/|fV+CljarU^n, Aylmer.-r-^. v-u u er.and'Fraser-Valley railway. - "SMOKE naster ITS GOOD TOBACCO^ I day. and night at. tremendous power, 1 depreciation such as the books, of the it Is not easy to say just when .we.shall gtructlon period, has been taken to'; a I the cost of heating a house and kennel, companies adopted. be free from it. Many are enquiring i^)cal hospital suffering from appei>di- is very cheaij. The winters here are so I - -r-r-r-^-- as to whett the schdo} and church will; cltls; Professor Clarlj h^s been at the, IntSnsely^old the froBt often is forty GET MILITARY MEDAL, A re-operi.- This Is tsauftlljr uncertalPi I labor department'for only nday.or below zero, but It is a dry healthy London, Nov. IS.-rThe following but sufficient notice >will hex given. I so.J The hospital authorities^ stated that Canadians have been awarded the TJie first service itfi-the,church will of (^!uilUted memorial ARE YOU WISE? OTHERS SAVE! WHY NOT YOU? WORK GUARANTEED EXPERT MECHANICS REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING pONE AT Palace e, 2nd Ave. frost and :'i8 no colder than mai^y cities east where the air is damp and.moist i Military Medal (privates except where tal^e the form I from the lakes or Bea. C. Thwartes, J. - Armstrong,and W. Currie, with many fother's have good kennels. Alberta evenings are lovely AUTO TIRES " ;ymc^ED ,the'4ramou8:Hajrw'ood System lEfrREAOING A KEPAIRIKlQ #:fBxperlaiicfd� Workmen.: All naranta^/ S|i�i:..:; .railroad reach with fur traders and 1 trappera; These dogs are much larger t: than > those that I have seen East at ^,8li!pws;on*ti forgot the new time for evening service, , Atpfesent thera,ar0tj(flx chfldriph'In the local hospital,.,thrs(ei of'Mrliiiid Mr. and Mrs.' Hopk n's,'and threiii'of: I tit. and Mrs. Robert's; also Mrf'-lFiol?-, Alberta Regiment: 231698 eorp. W. H. Ross, � A. S. C: 1752 H. Smith. ' T. *M. By; 161 Sergt. A. P. Campbell. , Jtfanitoba Regiment! 875250 'Mc-Murohle, '. : SALE HELD UP. Now York Nov. 19.-The proposed sale of the British tonnage of the International Mercantile Marine company to a British syndicate has been hold up at the request of the authorities at Washington, it was announded! late today by F. A. S. Franklin, presir dent of the company. ,'./ / : GIVEN RiPRE^ENTATION New York. Nov. 19.--'The AugjisUna Siynodi comprising nearly " 1,000,000 Lutherans of 'Swedish birth or dos-cent. rosldlng west o( the. MiBsisslppl nyer;, was'given re^resen&tlon on tho foreign mission board of the TTnlt-fd>Luthavan Church In America, in a refolutioSJMopteti by the synod .here re�tctd�j'. " . ' Winter Storage Wfe cart store your car in tjie Woolen IVWls for $5.00 per month. v  { ' � We^havA also made arranaements to have your battery looftsd' after for $1.00 per month while your car Is .In storage.' I BAALIM motor Co. BACK Of. U^NION, BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD tiRESANDTdiES IN OUR RED ciftOSS BOX 34613785 ;