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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Fans ^ant to ^ow-Bowling , -is Gliifti^'Stiftfiigp-Bdr.'Rom . . AtSare�e \. 'Who'*-going ~^to provide an ie� rinic for the public benefit thie wibtec? the ,ekating fiends lire already atlcing ut the quMtlon) and'we dent Icnow the answer.' ice rinks in Lethbridge have had, their ups and'dow||k Soih'e^win-ters they are " iWepiejfrmaicfre. Other winters .-they v dent ~ miice^ tlie enterprising ;leaJ�rs, of:tf(a!ipert to �get 'a ,taagu�' sUrted. TKe Radntw Mm HwkoYcai^ 418 Slii 'AUTO TIRES By tli^'JP%mi�)B'Bay^fMd Systaoi RK-TMAOMq'A RKPAIRINOI '^By, Xxperleneed' ^orkmeft All i (wwk �fnaranteed. fSpectei4Bfnit',: msBt for: Rim Cat,;Sepaln. ; R.D. RITCHIE m lath 8L . Opp. Ellison Mills Central ts^rage 'l^LL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR iWORK't^ANOLEO PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE^ ACCEBtORIES BATTERIES , PHONE 16Z3 Old Rellsr Rink. .oor. �rd St. � 4th;Avsnue S., Lethbrldge .W. H. DOWLING W. S. 0OOK ' Bombadiar Al the training camp 'at 8areee,hav--ing been sent back'with the rest of the'Pppot -Battaty fw�..Pet� wawav^ Young Ross, ,wbo ;has: ' been'Iin hard training all sum-' msr, writes a friend^ In the city, that 'lie la already gtinina In , shape, for.,^ii�, ring this. Winter;., and naturally ~he is looking Jer a ao In'^thhrid^�- TJierevit ,nc . doulit that the- Lethbrldge ,fans' V> ' would .welcome ' h^m, and Jf � �'-1^ cU. 8. army bexelrscan be'^McUred' as dn oponent^bh iMsrmktional army match woiild be a big faa--ture, -l^ is withlnXtlie range of possibility. WMEflIN 13191. WINNIFRED MAN DIES i INFLUENZA WlNpriPRBiDi* Nov. 22.-John Gtetar tophlirt6fifSb|iSSif Winnlfred'itv^pst Nov4 20l|grifife|iiitife community -fis' a.'��vfati^'Bmi^^-'!^'^- Ghfistopheirtiiiin, wWb eVSiiJr^^^^ extend a-helpftii liand't6\aU|,UiJiae6cl. He was superin--' * .i;J;"^x�J.,x xri no HM .,:i:teiideiit Of the ^Sunday school and.'an . TORONTO, N(iv. 23.-TUer�'is ma jeiio*.-, He leaves to iAo�ini'�i derUWtjr �'*t!ii^t-^:tW:Ontatto. 3ootey ^J.,^ jf^^ two small children. Th3 Odd Club .wUl.li(g4 its .annual spring meet-. peHowa wlU -conduct the funeral s.erw ^seasoh, but somQ ef- ddutt) preserve intact blfaiudua Kfikg^a FJaite, fort i�l%^ei one ot thft^|BMjititurti|iz(ur^''^ con-tl]iuo'tfiriy'^oa|the^^iti%/^l can; continent; It.wltf'^WdfeoaUBd'thatithe race was 'ina la$t"Biini&ef at;',the Woodbine. The^or'der-in'-�b(ufcil irhlbh oaun^d'. a' dMsatloniof Tadlilg 0A&^ uaual'^alte- vices.  >""�. ^ . j^. Dan. McDttugall- lert on TuesdSfc-Nov. 19;;( tp -rapend the winter  In ?Ofi-' tario. � ; Mlsg! E. ;Mr?F senior . higb: school teaoh ^ - - thavaut^orltlesi at;iOttaw�. regard the idiss DalmUgei rtformerly; Wlnnifrad DEAIHGIiASSY UKE CITIZEN 'Fiu-^Bishop Farni is Sold / ' tor, aa;;ithe: flne; liriprOT^ tdWn#>aiev^duid Ibad bni^^ Vdi^lhlnTc; but? liffend,'ataying,;oh the farm. ,: v/armi yCelbbnae* b6ck; as thSy> fininftgeftot the (^giltie eleyatqr. She were/to give.them .an. enthuslaatlfel |fl>as.$fla>a!irayYeryqutetiyja8t'Sunday 8endA)ff^ a !inornln�;;: Her deathiwasnpt.-iunejt-,minders, of;connections and interost pected, following upon an illness of from tiniei.to,tlttie.iiw,.,, " three.montha during whidli.the doctors ' '^'^ - b; f-^,i" "a�/'ya�3.;"'fV mM-imubjai-. jy airiildneB thftaed a, sllter lining ^ M '�un' as thjy played ,tantfsilo tricks hifth Jn. the blue. Others let,, dropNjiatreambrs on t&e>liprow(JI. Brery \ wi^>d�iw, balcony,; robt a&d\ street "was pack'edjover the whole .route. Tlje pei>^l�i;^n^tfi�^bal�biiibll hfil^^ridsd' themselves � with numerous mlnature i^ags;;and flowers that .^-alned' down : continually/ThQusanda con d noi'eTen i approach, the' route^^-'ttfe'parade^ All' the;TO�^dBrleadlng to the Rtie Royale liftnd; the Boulevard AntpMh 'were %t >d yithtv;Co^[.:%The^iorbwd was . sable' antf ati tfi'e tpbrbe de Flan-:jdei|8^ hours before the king's arrival, .'iOli'lthorpughfares^weVe bloc^.. I ,> 'foundiitnree British dtagcrbnii envelop-ed'by any ardent crowd oft tho-line^f ^" tire route ^nd afraid to move either ' way! - Musical people burst into the ; ^national song at any prompting, or at none , ,You'VB,,sbt the fluf , You've/got the "flti,-. They'll .report-you quick as winlt^ A cakjs �f 'flu; ^, They'U fall, out the health htiard sang. Who'll quarantine your nvhoUe she-� �. \aaig. On your 'door a card they'll hang, Mark! "Spanish 'Flu."' , ' \.. * .� �' / We'll'ten to iihe tifat th'e'edi^ tor of The .-Brooks News Monitor, who .perpetrated the~ ftjllowing;'; Is? married for life: , ' y '.'The Conservation Controller has ruled tl^at'i^bies' diapers must be made smaller, . > * > - '' , A^e.potest againi^t.this atUok on> the rai^ Of 'tianadlan infantry."' ,haa not ended u&'tll the peace treaty aVuaUy atgned. \ '.. "The an^naf-meeting ot the Ontario _ yockey Olttb-wlll he held next 'Tuesday, \ ing'^eTterdkyl^ikiaklnrVrVango �^hbn^fheiraclng planB forvnext season 11, avoid-the sW&ding of" Influenia.-beiflltiifflssed'andofllcerat^lected. [^any cases ^re reported this week. !, : FarineipB?�^are Tjelling some very oipiciSrjniBat^ldally^' at vBryl ftbdbrate IJ^io^*f t"i(B 4AiJ;*'"ai.�S5'.i'Svt,; ^Mrs.iH. Davis isnrb ;SBjere;.atta,cSf ot nervous vPrbBtration.i '!*-"Mr8. iavd i ;::?.Beuhrinr::!{;i8; 'reportbd-'4uitei.sicK-�tljip week.?'/*'' ^Bev. WoSdj Is doli&g:;iU^Jie oah,�:�-diltihgithb 'people. and appointed liea'a i of ithe, health ';;bpmihlttee thja week.^;'  - � '-M jTliBiiweather Is windy and .bold. A' slight.iinbw storm came on. ThursdAy/ boQiing as greatly acqiialntedr in' the Harry louder Tells ^Ppul.Rader .^1dieiv(^W;ikil^6H�t{]P>ise8 Think of ^od J I - . >,>-.' 'J? Behind tha footlights of .tiib Mbtrp-politan theater ^n Seattle- two'.gfraatjl men. met, namely, the >world'%' gr6at-J eBt> comediaa, Bkfty Iiauder, Jand 'I>rld ^aul, Radef, Chlbagb pbgilist evange-t! list, in the intereittot the SalVatiOTi Army 'War work., -It wall, my v prlvjii. lege, laid' Adjutant Alfred Whitney, WINNIPEG, Nov.s Ti. - Approxi-01, the salvation X^y in Spokane, ito^ mately 10,000,000 a^resrof'undevelop-be/pre^ent at the Interview; Dr; Sa-^ edjand In Manitoba igay-h^ bought by der's interview follows: '- the province tor sale'to returned sol- Itli odd for-,a preacher to'Inter- it tlje leglsjatlon/proposed by view anUctoiv'ln^is dressing iwimfcr/so^j^ leaders,-,aj's Qttawa is but myjeBgagementrpailed^for ap.sin'-i ! tervib* -wiUt'Harry-. louder-and hii.T8 is only a rough estimate, of the., Vir���ihir mWm Rffnrflnd a hnlendldob-land privately owned and not utilized. It is conjpijedl from ..the .ri^e- .Old Countiy Football Scores IjONDON, Nov. '33.-The recent games /in the (Northern Football Union resulted' as follovrs: t; Bradtord40, Dewdsbury 30. Leeds B8s>Hanilett 0. Wigan'26, Swinton 3. St; Helena'BaiTow 3. KIECHEOFER STILL CUE CHAMPION ^CHICAGO, Nov. 28,-Augie KJeck-heofer.' worldls champion three; cushion blJliardlBt, 'successfully detended hisititleaaat night by defeating Robert 'Canr^etaxj fqrdser X!hnmplon,. in their,tfiree-ni#it'niatch,>;X50;t.o 106 in 1471 Innings. .The: champion'mow has >de|ended tbev title fsuccee^s^ully five times since he Wpn' the championship lijBf.'F�fbrnar 'dressing, rodm! afforded a splendid op-, portunity. I had heard that'Mr. Lauder';h�d. said �onie- splendid !^iiigsv>ab8ttt' the' tprk ot the S^vAUon'Army .in -^.tl*; trenches,: whllrf he was in 8�rt*Franv Cisco, and 1 wanted to get,his worda at first .handi. . ' ' ;: Men*.Thinking. Since WarV \ He was jnst-putting^pn his' makeup^ as I entered, but ihe needs no ^malce-up to vmake hfa; ^ace ijpxptessiye. We" were down to K^ssPtajfksJn no tllne^ Ubout tfie war, vI^BPPketojfanen thinking- differently 'abQut.'JCIod'Sinpe .-vfar ha^ beenvdeclared, ahd'jhe was jjall afire in a' minate. ^f- '>,_ .> 'vl was'seated'.'and ha-Ieaned over my! knees with> ';ey,es'' glaring Unto/ mine, skying, "Certainly men 'are int^reyed in ,"t have.seen a corps of TVenchmen, fully; equip'tad, niarchlng out to the tredchf ee, marching : out * to. die,.' whirling around the cornee with gleaming ey"fe8," singing and .whi8tling:^4o you. hear me-^goirigl^-'^lt'ntd'', deaflt"-sinking ifiid; whUtlIng! In the face of throbhttig life like this man can.:not qontradic^' Immortality;^^n -kno^.,. their sdfils, live on."  ' ' Story of aj Boy ports on assessments.made bythe provincial government^^j^^^^_^^^^j^^ . , ' PANIC ON BERLIN BOURSE LqjNDON, Nov. 22.^THe; greatest panic on the Berllp? Bourse ,itf three' years dccurred ThurS/lay when it was reported that the bxt^emi|st3 in several German coast towns had usurped the: power of the local municipalitfes, ac(^r41ng to an Exchange; Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen. i^litriet .^aB.. otherwise ahe would l^ava b>enf hut those who knew> her//h.eld, her in hlgheat esteem. She IeiiT�v io ^mpum>.their- great lols;;her. (kttsbdnC and son) the latter a clerkrin the,local, b^noh;: of the Union. Bank, The deep and;8ini!are aympathya9f thQiCommiin-it!^ is. with wfr. Poverilie Mnd his son in ;th9lr great becaavement) .r' > The^ fun-l^ral took pla^e. on, Wednesday vaovni. {4t![B; at ffy': thb ReV. MjBCoiy otihe-,Ilbniw .OaiJibUc 'church.. A' number of ".Grassy,?:'Lake^ people.were in Attendance.- :, i * ' Wevare glad to report that Mr. Fred Hensey, brother ot ^the .liitt? Mi^. ^. Larsen, is ^greatly improved.-' His .base seemed particularlyr, severe. )'^Al>rhiB home in North Dakota he had Buffer-,ed'.an attack,of the 'flu pnd-had re-V'V^ed. ,Upon the 6Uddbq|'death, of tilfl. 'sister he Journeyedr h�re to attend the funeral. A day or'two after^the funeral he was taken ill with .pneumonia and has.had a hard time to pull through. Or. Rose ot Taber has^^een' In attendance. �. ��. >. ..^.': ':�' � The home of Mr.vB. 'Xing has been freed from quarnntlne - tp the Joy the girl pijiUents, Pearl, *Mabel, Thelpa-and : Lila, who have tttUy -recovered from their light attacks of tbe. ''flu,:not to speak: of the other members of then family who have by no means enjoy-|ed the restriction. Everybody ^wiir;be glad to .^eo, the girls (about again as usual. , We are-pleased to note the opening of a secoiid butcher's shop', in Grassy Lake. Mr. R. J. Eil has bogun'^huBl-ness iii.ttie Perry Hall Block, and trusts with courtesy, consideratloni 'cleanliness and cheapness to Biscureia ,good ipatrona^e. ^ , ' ' t Has Solfl Out,'.',,- ^ , t We hear with .regret tha�,,Mrv WJ Bishop has sold out; an'd 'Wl>nes' Of friends and acquaintances. ay,ld Beatty, ^.'o^r'^ithe Grand Sfolt&^ing message to the menvot.his command:  "ir^wish to iexpress to;, the flag rotf i cars, captains, officers and men of.the Graind^j Flefif .&y appreciation''ot the? victory whicli has,j,been ga^ed(.;,over 'the-sea pow.er ofiknir ep^y. ipsThe greatnessv;ot4thlB'^a(;hi9vembnt -iKii^ no-way le8|i6n^diby.Hfi9ffact;thatr,^thb final episode did not take the (form ot a fleet dction.; -Although deprived ot this �opportunity we^^hadi so' Ibng and eagerly vawaited,of .striking this Wow for the freedom of the,world, we derive' satisfaction from ' flile^'slhgU' lar tribute which the enemy:'has accorded: to the'^Grand Sea J1eet.^ -' "Without'yiblning, us- la :aclion, hb has ,'gi,ven ai.testimony 4o. the preatige and, efficiency of .the/fleet without l)arailel in history and is to be 're-> membered that this' testimony has beftn accorded ito ^us by those who are in- the- bbstvpbsitlon to,Judge .UB.: ,,f'I de*8ire,|o, express ipy thanks and appreciation to all ,whq have' assisted me in maintaining the fleet in in-Btatat readiness, for action,'an4' who have borne the arduous and exacting labors, which have been' neeeseary fbr perfecting : 'Wil-; liam Johnson, former county court Judge, di^d at-his hpme near here yes^ terday; aged 92}yearB:'/He was, per-ihaps, the oldest 'member- ot5jar,; he was in, at fourteen and a hal^;v^'How, pould-ypu; get in BO early?' jftWry queptloih.ed him~clos6ly. 'Do y^u,think/ aaldihe, 'I would Ifet the bdJ^'s'Teave my town 'and not be -with thbm? : 1, got .in al-; right, alright." Wfitbre's your home, lad'?' ,'Falkirk,' said'the lad; ;Aye,' Bays Hatry, 'How's" your mither and fitlier?' '1 have no mither and frjMfer;' said the lad: 'I was:-brougl)t up by', my.'alild grandmlfhe!?rr*,!,.;WOnderfur' wifb .w.as my grandmfther.' 'Aye,' sayp Harry, 'then youtiip grandmither's boy?' 'Aye,' answered. the lad; 'Do you ever go tp iTatWyk, Mr. Lajjder?' 'I: $0 there gometl|rie�,'". eaid JHarry. Say)8-the lad, 'It you:,^gp,j.ta;.Falk)fJfe,.| fightijig-'gaBie, and'-Bll-difTrthri^am?.' I Harry aald With a-*rpj Is the spirit of ou ^ ' A Teiider Me We ttflltedicSr yf&r. We'tal ^' Talking pf the coufage ot some^^of 1 denly thete cam t-':�!%nne,fax won last .riight'a 'ploslng-j the boys, he BaId:;vr''I SMttfd.'a.yoVnir jin his eyes and I ifrai|ie;i�4.!,td'5b iii'65 innintg"; 'UdlanJ iMafibriliEl^Hfiw &oes it gb,|^ his son w: recent, acquaFntances are, held in^lgh; esteem by, all who knoyir. them;, ;^'o; ;will bei,;gliid to hear Aat pro8Wr4tJr hiS; attended their ohang?. *- , Mr. Alex. Hutchison'Is getting Jhe new addition to his^home into':finieho''!^ shape and surely bught. to be* ivelCfl pleased > tor !Comtor.t -and apiiearanoe with'the tmproyement-m^e. : ;�-.-,;:, ,Mueh Sleknessr. .v:,:;..,:;,... , .It is repprted that there .Is considerable sibknes; from intiuensa in thei, have been unable to learn.-, At laot the local board of health has l^rd^red that the maslcB'be di^poaed of and Grassy, Lake breathes freely,oncjs JDore. - , ,^ , 'ntherij' hasi boughtl,the Bishop tai^m six milbB' south ot town. " ' ' ^ I Look Hard U-SPOIL VOOR. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. VVE EXPERTS. ON ALli liSNITION SYSTEMS. ,^ ^^JPJUW^G AND OVl^ltHAULING OF C^'Sr^^ND TRACTORS OUtt'SPECfALTY, WE CUT YOUR REPA�H>:lui^6 TWa^ALL WOi^'OUARANTEED or MONEY , ' -""'^'WrW-^' ' . BACK,./. - ' ' ) fTODDART. & RA'VEN, AUT^MOVIVE^ ENGINEERS .vt.:-' sud-: 4h4A ^he schools' ot 'the .district obntlnne :|^losed and we can learn nothing aa py�t,aB tb the time of re-opening.''-'' we learn th8.t Mrs; Oddip: and f|im-, ily SM Mt aWkc into town this win- I'^We iB0m}0c.far Irig^rWoolcn ; MJlMpi^^S !$5;00per rtionth. ' \.V' ;j' 'We Vave'fiwwn^" arran�en�enta- to have your battery jifter for'�l'.W per moritl^ wdlle your oar is In storage. , BACK OF OfJION BANK ' v , ^ JLEAVE VOUR QtbfTIBfeis AND TUBE8^�^OUR REd^SR^Bp^, ;