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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J\%\m)AY, NbviEMBER 3d, ^918 Sport Page Curlers Would Cbrisider Joining In Artificial Ice Rink Scheme Since mention was made the other day that an effoft would  likely be made during the coming year to buHd a closed skating rink In Lethbrtdge in order to put hockey and skating oh the map as a winter sport in Lethbrldge, some of the curbing' fraternity' Have been talking to the Herald about the possibility of the two branches of lee sport amalgamating and putting up a plant which AUTO TIRES > OF ALL .sizes VULCANIZED By/tbeTamoiu Haywood Syatam RC-TRCAOINQ ,* RCPAiRINa ^By' ^Experienced,' ItTorkmszi. AU work Kuantntaed. BpoeUl-Bqalp-Bant tor Rim: Cut RapUn.. : ILD.RItCHlE 8M'l3th St S. Opp. Ellison Mllta ADVICE: nteE ,WiB will advise yoii re Ihe care of your radiator and do good work if repairs are needed at a minimum cost. A ANDY ' "The Radiator Man" ,4^8 Fifth Street South Auto Repair Work HANDLED -PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIE8 (Antral Garage PHONE 1023 .Old Roller Rink.'cor; 3rd Sb A 4th Ave�ue 8., Lethbrldge e W. H. DOW LI NO W. 8. COOK | would accommodate both curlers and skaters. or course, the big Idea would be that something, in the war of an artifkctai ice plant would be necessary'and by ail joining forces the expense wouldn't cut such a fig-lire. . _ / . , -. The curlers point out that thielr I season is often broken by unsea-s sonabiav;weather.- and ,lack of ica for two or three weeks at a tliiia In the winter. When this hap-; pens, the interest In the game djes out, Tor schedules 'are broken and the keenness of the curlers is lost Bonsplels are also hard to mansge under natural ice conditions. ' No one knows what the expense ' of an'artificial ice rink Would be, but iBformatloh along '^his line will be.secured; snd Ifrthe cost isn't ;^Q0^; great-the': undertaking will ibe^ aeriqiisiy considerecL Lethbrldge ts big enough to sup-pert a good rink which wouid run, say, four months In the winter and it wouldn't be long before hockey would get a good start.; The plan is certainly .worth a gr^at deal of attention. '-'i; >, E BALLNEXTYEAR piVICE STATION Attention, Motorists care-cold Tour battery needs very ful attention during the weather. CaD Our Service * Department andrwe send for your battery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at ouF,.up-to-date Battery Station. Slimh Street 8. Phone 616 IN P. C:H. LEAGUE VANCOUVER, Nov. 29.~Vancou var, Victoria and Seattle will battle this season for the Pacific coast hockey honors. Portland's franchise was suspended at the eighth annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Hockey association held here today in the office^ of the president, Frank Patrick. Mr^. Patrick explained that he had endeavored repeatedly to get an expression of intention from Portland, but all enquiries had been ignored by the Portland inanagement. ' Frank Patrick was re-elected president for the eighth straight term. J, F. Douglas ot Seattle, vice-president, and C. W. Lester, Seatcle, and Lester Patrick, Victoria, were elected as directors. The season's schedule will be drafted within the next few days. It will call for iiin6 home matches for each Detroit, Mich., Nov. 29.-Major league, baseball next year is virtually a cel^ainty, according to Frank J. Navin, president of the Detroit American league club. Navin said today he is' making tentative arrangements to take a squad of 30 players south fortrain-. Ing next March. "The Tigers now in the army and navy," Navin said, ''are included among those troops soon to be demobilized and there, Is no reason to expect.that any of them will not be, on hand v�hea^the-call for-early SfiHrig practice 'is sent out." ' -IX , 4I^thl�ia%AltaJ Nor.-SC'l^lS. 77.^' team, with the first game scheduled lor January 1. The season will extend to March 7, when .the teams standing first and second will play a two-game series for the championship of the league. The winner will play the eastern champions for the Stanley Cup, about the middle of March. Lester Patrick, who managed the Seattle team last season, this year win control the Victoria team. Pete Muldoon, formerly of . the Portland team, moved to Seattle and Frank Patrick continues in charge of; the Vancouver team. The Portland players will be available for the new Victoria team. The prospects for the season are considered very bright. With Victoria taking the place of Portland tlje circuit is more compact and a keen fight for the championship is anticipated. 'Dear Folks;- Lacteal fluid. ! Look Hard BEFORE YOU fiPOIL YOUR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. ARE EXPERTS ON ALL IGNITION SYSTEMS. WE REPAIRING AND OVERHAULING Oi^vCARS AND TRACTORS OUR SPECIALTY. WE CUT YOUR RfPAIR BILLS IN TWO. A^L WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK. alace Garage, 2nd Ave. iSTOODABT, Jt RAVEtf, AWTOMOTIVE ENGINEEps Formerly called milk^^or short Has aviated. i. �   �   ' No doubt this is Not news to you.  '  * So we've been thinking �   ^ Up In our end Of town Of buying A community cow. * * * She needn't be A fancy cow- � �  Just cow will do. I  � w y And we're tjiinking . s  . * Of putting her *  ,* In the parlor . * �  . And feeding her V   ' Ham and eggs * * * And 'pate de fois gras * *  Aiid canvassback * * * And some inore * * * Of those cheap  * *  Ordinary foods. And if she gives � *  � A quart of milk � *  Twice a day * *  She'll be cheap *  * At half the price. � � * Probably it we coax * 4 � The old girl * * * She'll give two quarta �  � At a sitting * * � If aw)t)iing liappens then We'll buy a million . In Victory Bonds * � � Along about next June * * � And retire *  * And live in Chin *   Or somewberes. � � * *' * ' WH THANK YOU. j DATED SCHOOL WILL OPEH (Trom Out Omt Correspondents COALDALB, Nov. 29.-The school board held a meeting last Friday and decided to reopen school on Monday, December 2 unless there is a recurrence of thu 'flui � The Readymade Consolidated school w^ill also open on December 2. This school is now on a permanent site, with a cement 'Oundation-and cellar, 12 X 20. It is expected to build a tworroom school next year and: turh; the present building into a teachers' residence. Church services will be begun again at Chin, 11 a.m.; Coaldale, 3 p.n�., and Readymade, 7 p.m.. next Sunday, December 1, A hearty invitation is given to all. There is no mora fitting way in ii^hich  iwo can sil Absence of sucli a.l})^j}ding at present. Even the � rural , aiEtricta ' will be greatly benefitted ,by its accommodation. ' ".'. f,,. ,', � � It reminds iis that some effort should be made now to provide permanent .records of the soldiers froin liie Coaldale district. It might be best, to centre this la our splendid school. ' -t _ ',. ;r How would it, be tp ^uc. in a .reading room, biiUard^jipom, smoking r6om--Tin fact,, a complete, social life plant? The be.s.t memorial we can provide bur soldiers siireiy would be improved social conditions. Just at present where fan a man without a home profitably spend bija evenings in Coaldale?, i Wo are all patriotic tow! The real patriot, however, obe^s the laws of l^ls country not beci^lse he is afraid 4f. punlslim^nt, but 'because of a d^-^ire to promota^he*'coninion weal; Now Canada hasTi Sunday law. Let lis'be loyal to Canada! " \, ' Hay is piling up on the townsite in small mountains because of the lack of cars. What Would happen if a, fire got started by any accident? There wouldn't be any Coaldale left. It seems a pretty rls^ practice, and besides we have not -even a, shadow of a fire-fighting equipment. Somebody must surely be vespon-sible for keeping the many culverts In the district in repair. At present very many ot these are in very bad shape. Only on Sunda^-^a Lethbrldge man barely missed being killed > by a miracle. The axle ot bis car broke over a broken culvert, and- the car turned over. Somebody will be killed one of these days, and then we shall wish that we had repaired tbe cul-I verts. CALOAHy, Nov, 29.-The appellate division, supreme court of Alberta., has dpcided-^hat there is no appeal in proceedings under the Dominion Controverted Klection Act except from the final Judgment of ^he tt-iai; judges. - The decision means that/H. H. HalUday. t^nionlst mem-'ibar from Bow River, retains- his seat The'^ourt consisted of the chief Jusitice, the Hon(tbat the partioulars already given were sutficient. The respondent apP-pealed to the appellate division, when it ,Wae objected .that all appeals from the final judgmeht:-has r.been aboliah-etf^'by the amendment passed in 1915. -  ^ Appellant's Contention It was contended for the appellant tiiat wiillis the rl'gbt of appeal to the supreme court of Canada .Vas limited, Mr. Justice Simmons: h'^d- acted as a delegate of tlie appeal court, which always had the rfght to review the 4eciifon of its delegates. The cgttft', while agceeing to this cotttentiodi,; came to the 'conclusion that the Amendment iii question had aboliahed .:all .appeals except the appeal to thie supreme court ot Canada from the ^final Judgment. (Bdmonton Journal). Reindeer steaits from the north country are llki^ly to feature on the bills of fare of the next few years, and jit is just possible that Edmonton will become a distributing and shipping centre for au eiitirely new phase of the meat packing industry. A scheme is afoot to put,, the growing of domestic reindeer in tbe north on a commercial basis, and, a company, In which Canadian lind' American capital is .interested, has been organized (or that purpose.' It is proposed to acquire herds of reindeer, to raise the animals for the' market', and to sell reindeer meat products all; to the end, presumably that the demand for western beef for shipment to Engljind, may not leave the west without enough fresh meat for its own use. Company Has Been Formed The North American Reindeer company is the name ot the new enterprise, and letters of incorporation were given it in Ottawa a few days ago. It has a capitalization of 1100,000^ th6 bulk of the money' behind it coming frbm Indiana.'an^ Chicago: One Canadian, IiBiTy.BrjMig,.>iu,Mdntfeal jdiir-' SLAVE! mm\ .;!.doP8t^l4il>BNj m^f, ,29.-People Qt, i)rominenoeJQ eror Charles' ,order, to induce Ew. perbr William to conclude peace be Was referred to supretue headquav-' tors. , ' Whan Count Czernl.n pointed out that Austria was exhausted anfi might be compelled to make a separate peace,- Oon, Ludendorff, striking tho table, oxclalnred: "The same day tbnt Austria concludes a separata peace, It will receive a declaration of war from Germany. That will bis' .pur only answer to such a breach," Count Czernin thereupbn returned' io Vienna and told the en'iperor that nothing could be done, as Austria's fate wa slndissolubly knitted ' with that of Germany. "' WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE OTTAWA, Nov. 29.-The personnel of the. natlbrial.war savings committee 'was announced by the minister dc finance today. Sir Herbert Ames has been appointed chairman of the committee. With him will, -b? associated fifteen members repre^fltwe ' eVery'province of the Do^ifi\oiit; '" Ati'out 100 deSr.. were broijfefii^; ftcros[�:,-:, the continent hud parsed-tlfrtjugh'Sdv', montott to Fort Smith, ip.'t3(iiif the kind, that northern Albe|ty were destroyed.- Beniba were thrown in Jewish houses and several thousand peraone were Killed. 'her^/ will opei*: ate has 9oi^ee^)bade public. An a'ppiicatioo'^waB ihMe -a.short time ago for the use of certain rights in the western north^.;apd thesg. cigl^tiS havi!.-| now been granted f,or^a "term of thirty years. Itis Understood that the areas on (which Oie herds will bft-fed are somewhere in the barren lands north of Alberta.  Soine years' ago Dr. Wilfred Gren-fell's ;exi;)erience with reindeer in Lab-raddr. was iiiade use of to the extent of intrcducing. a herd of the animals to the upper part of this province.) least the southern limits, of'thft-Eskimo country. , In ^ny Jiaae: Eldmonton will figure, in theilndusti-y as tho^ na-tur^lgatewajr " liess will pass. srrtflroughr.Whli*! (he liusl- , HOW MANY BEANS IN THE3AR> The Hudson's Bay Co. is glvmg away a ? 100.00 Victory-Bond for the nearest-eEltlmate.' ' *. AUTOMOBILE TIRES Elevieii Th^osand Worth. We will sell at a special discount np to December 31st, next. All tires this season's stock. Must make room for spring,shipment: All the standard makes and sizes including our special Diamond SQueegee. This Is you opportunity. Display at our show TOO*"- � �  � 'i � - BAALIM MOTOR Co. . BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR 5LD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX Says Frazee and Hempstead Had No Right to Make Such Offer CI^ICAGO, Nov. 29.--;vVhep Harry H. Frazee, president of thd'Boston An;�er- ' icans, and H. W. Hempstead, president of the New Vork Na:Uon-als, offered William H. TaH the post of "one" man national . batfe-ball commission, ''they' acted without proper authority'ij' PreaWent Ban Johnson declared in,a statenleht today on his return frorSftho east. President Johnston said: "There are no two individuals in baseball who know lesjs of the national agreement and of the rules governing the commission thin Messrs. j Hempstead and Frazee." While the American, league execu-^ tive did not Indicate tiiat'h^ would oppose the election of �Mr.'.Tafti he asserts that when Mr'.'"TaiCt'.thdr^Qugh-ly; understands the duties he did-hot believe he "would covet the assignment." . v'';�-^ In Winnipeg Mrs. Alfred :B, Pocbck, volunteer nurse, died of 'Spanish influenza after eleven days'Illness. She was formerly Miss Mariguerite Powell, of Barrle. Dr. Chas. Powell, of Foii Arthur, is a brother. Name.......i.T. 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