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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THK KETHBRIDGK DAILY HEBAU> .'AIUUDAY, 30, J91S "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manus ILL HIDE. TEN IN HERE WHILE IM oor The Sport Page Curlers Would Consider Joining In Artificial Ice Rink Scheme Since mention wai made the other day that an effort would1 likely be mads during the com- ing year to buHd a closed iVating rink In Lelhbrldge in order lo pul hockey and Toting on the map ac a winter sport In Lethbrldge, some of the curling fraternity have been talking to the Herald about the pottiblllty of Ihe two branches of Ice toort amalgamat- ing and putting up a plant which AUTO TIRES OF ALL.SIZES VULCANIZED BT- REPAIRING BT 'Eiperienced Workmen, All work Esaranteeel. SpMlal lor Bim Cat Repalrm. 8M '13th St. S. Elllun Mllll ADVlCEjFREE .We will aavlse you re Ihe care of your radiator and do good wort if repairs are nMdfd at a minimum "The Railitor Man" .418 Fifth Street South would accommodate both curlers and skatere. Of course, the big idea would be that lomethlng In Ihe war of an artificial ice plant would be neces- sary'and by all joining the expenie wouldn't cut such a fig- ure. The curlers point oiit that their 1 season Is often broken by unte'a- jonibk. wtJtKtr and .lack of Ice for two or three weeks at a time In the winter. When this hap- peni. the.Interest In the game dies out, Tor "schedules 'are broken and the keennen ol the curlers is lost Bonspleli are also hard to manage under natural let condi- tions. No one knows what the expense of an artificial Ice rink would be, but Information along this line will bi'.secured ind If'the cost isn't too great-the: undertaki.a will be atrlq'uiiy considered. Uethbridge Is bij enough tcr sup- port good rink which would run, four monlhl In the winter and il wouldn't be long before hockey would set a good atari-; The plan it certainly_worth a great deal of attention. BttLHBra Mich., Nov. league, baseball next year is virtu- ally a certainly, according to Frank J. Navln, president of the Detroit American league club. Navln said today he Is making tentative airansements to take a squad of 30 players south for train- Ing nent March. "the Tigers now In the army and Navln said, "are in- cluded among those troops soon to be demobilized and no reason to expect that any of them will not be en hand when the-call ior-early spring 'practice Is sent ouf." 7 Camouflage Auto Repair Work HANDLED .PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE ,1023 .Old Roller 3rd SL A The Hon. Mr. Justice IJeca dlssenled from the view taken by the majority of.the court. Rendered In Appeal This decision was rendered in an appeal by II. H- llalllday, the sitting member for Ihe Bow River riding. He was elected aL Ihe last Dominion election- JesEa Gouge, of Driimhel- ler. the unsuccessful Laurler-Llberal, protested tbe election on tho ground thai Mr. Halllday was not properly nominated. The respondent made application to Mr. Justice Simmons for further particulars ot the objections to tnc nomination The jcdge decided Ihe particulars already given were sufficient. The respondent ijf- pealed to the appellate division, when IL -was objected .that all appeals from Ihe final Judgment ahollih- ef by the amendment pissed In 1915. Centeirtien II was contended for the appellant that while the right of "appeal to the supreme court ot Canada limi- ted Mr. Jusllce Simmons.-aid-acted as a delegate of Ihe appeal court which always had lha rfgbt to re- view the decision of lls delegates. The court', -while agreeing to this came to (he that the amendment In question had abollined.'all .appeals eicent the ap- peal to the supreme court ol Canad from the 'final Judgment. (Edmonton Reindeer steaks from the north country are likely to feature on the bills of fare of th'e noil tew years, and It is Just possible .thai Kdmonlon will become a distributing and chipping centre for an entirely new phase of the meat packing Industry. A scheme IE afoot to put.lhc growing of domes- tic reindeer In the north on a commer- cial basis, and a company. In which Canadian anil American capital is In- terested, has been organized for thet purpose.' 11 fs proposed to acquire herds of reindeer, to raise the animals for the' iT.i'ia sell reindeer meat pro- duels all to tho end, presumably that the demand for western beef for shln- menl to England may not leave tho west without'enough fresh meat for UB own use. Company Hat Been Formed Tlie North American Reindeer com- pany Is the name of the new enter- prise, and letters oJ Incorporation wcro given 11 In Ottawa a "few d.aya ago. It has a capitalization of the bulk of the money' behind It coming from Indiana and Chicago. .One Can- adlan, Harry' Bragg, a. Montreal jour- nalist. IB among the Incorporalors, nhd head otftce ot tbe company. company will ope'r- (e has public. An ppilcalloh-.was'mailQ a short tlme'ngb or the use ol certalu" rights In Ihe western north, and these, eights' have. now been granted tor a term of thirty years. H'is understood lhal Ihearcas in (which the herds will are somewhere in the barren lands north o-f Alberta. Soma years' ago Dr. Wilfred Gren- fell's experience with reindeer In Lab- rador.was'made uic-of to tbc extent ot" Introduclns a herd of the animals :o tbe upper purl of- Ihls province ____________ Nov. t iiroinlnenco In-Vle'ina nro In qucU wjlb the foreign department Hut In when Czerrilii, Hie Aufllro-llunEurlnn wlnlfler. Brn- leror tbarlcs' order, lo Induce Eiu-. icror William to concludo ivae to mprBiue lieadqiiar- tors.. When Count Czernlu out Ilial Autlrlu wat uibaustf J'uni) inlflu be to make 6 separate peace, Gen. l.udcndortf, the table, oxclgliriM: "Tlie same dajf Mint Austria concludes n acparale uoacc, it will receive a declaration of war from Germany. Thai will be Olir only answer lo such u b'reacii." Count Crcrnln thereupon returned to Vienna uud tcld Hie emperor Hut notblug could us done, on Aualrla's fnto wa slndlssolubly UnlRcil with that of Germany. SAVINGS COMMITTEE OTTAWA, Nov. personnel of (tie UEtlo'nal war savings commll- tee was announced by tho minister of finance today. Sir Herbert Ames lias lieon appointed chairman of Ihe committee. With him will, be asso- ciated (Ktcon members ovcry'province of 100 dcjr, woro llie coullnent add ,n monton to fort Smith, ol whlcli lliey wore sel hope they would and domesllcated. THt.'eijicrlment laa not a'Bticceaa. Blalilt ;lnd, thai northern J n millions, proved THOUSANDS JEWS KILLED LONDON, Nov. hundred Jew wire klllri during Ihe recent in Lembura, iccordlm In the- Berlin Thouund the office of the newi It warn' announced thit the pogrcmi" which look Uit Friday ind Saturday In Umbgrg, luburbi md other of the. city were de- rtroyed. Bembt thrown In Jewish housei and. several thou- sand penont were killed. kl 111 niliiiuna, yruvun mils could stand, andUho" lierd'was falllUK lo Ihe wolves. Tbc last ot.'tWenvdleJ lael year. The promoters of tlio enter priso'are of the opinion that In I; Hal "failure does nol mean..lhal BUC: cess cannot bo won they propose lo move tho a6ene of operations farther north, where ;tho conditions will be more like those'of Alaska, the latter country being ns greal a reindeer, producer us dor. The Dominion charter rccentljr granted Ihe company gives It the e'r lo acquire herds of reindeer wher- ever ihey may be procured, lo Ihom at tho points already or at olher parlB of the norlh'counlo'j thai Ihoy may j'el'be chosen for the ,-t purpose, lo ureparo the animals for. Imarket, and them, wllh ell 'manufaclured or prepared Ion Ihe Canadian and Americin mar- kets. "One of the plans of the com-. nany Is snld.lo be_lo Interest .lhp Eakl< nos'lu the Industry, and :the Inter- cndo-ils thai Ihe will ei- enough north touch at east the southern llrhlla oMlie.-Kskl- mo country. In any Edmonton will flBuro.ln Iheilnd'.uslrj- as tlio na- Ihe uusy- iiesa will pass.; HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JART The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away Victory-Bond for the nearest'estimate.' -'-T. STbCKTAiClNCrSALE AUTOMOBILE71IKES eveirThonttnd Dollars Worth. We Tffffl sell at a special discount up to December 31st, next Ail tires ibis season's slock. Muet make room tor EpHne ship- ment- All the standard and slies including our special Diamond Sdueegee: This is you opportunity. Display al our BhOn room. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR fcl-D TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX Says Krazee and Hempslead Had No Right to Make Such Offer CHICAGO, Nor. Harry II. Frazee president of Iho Boslon Amer- icana, and H. W. Hempsleed, pres- denl of the New York Nlllon- Is, offered William H. Tall tue of "one" man national ]all commission. "they acted without proper Preaidenl Ian Johnson declared In a Btilemenl orfay on his return froni Ihe easl. Prcaidniifc Johnston said: "Thcro are no two Individuals In, baseball who know ICES of Ihe ni-1 lional agreement anil of Ine rules gor- crnlng Ihe commission than Messrs. I Hcmpslc-ad and Fraiee." While tlie American league eiecu- tlve did nol Innlralc liial he wonld oppose the elcclion of Mr. he asserts lhat when Mr. Ihorougb- ly understands the dntlcs he did not j believe he "would cord ihe assign- ment." In Winnipeg Mis.- Alfred B. rocock, volunteer nurac, died of Spanlih In- tlucnia after eleven days' lllntts. w-ij formerly Mist Marguerite row- ell, of flame. Dr. PowtlL ot WA Arthur, Is a brother. ._ This Notice Will Not Appear Again (ORDER FORM) THE HERALD, LETHiRICXiE, ALBERTA. Wishing to renew my lubscriptlon to the Herald, I enclose..............- rhlch will pay my subscription al Ihe rate ol J4.00 a year tor a further period of........... years. TMH, truly, Name A'Uress NOTE: All subscriptions, new or renewal, will bo acteplcd nl thin rite If posted on or htforo'. Monday next, December 2nd. After De- ct'mber 2nd, the rale will be "15.00, lo assist In tse Increase In Ibe-cost of paper. Order Must be Mailed on Monday Government paper controller says jour subscription should be stopped If more than three months In arrears. save Jl.OO If you mall Ihls on "Monday. ;