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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V': rKniFiRlftCK UKRALP 1918 -BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus The Sport Page At CaJgarr Next Tuesday Nigh I Now a Sergeant in Battery Al Ross of the 7Sth hole the Clonie Tail. Itrbtwelghl champion c[ Canada, though he is nour nearlng the mlddle- irelght diTlalon In weight, wlU meet AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Fkmoni Hi; RE-TREADING. 4 REPAIRING By Workmen. Alt mtnt for Rim Cat Repiln. R. D.RITCHIE MUi 8t 4. ElllMn _ ADVICEFREE We will adrfse Ton re the care of. yoor radiator and do good work if repairs are needed it a mintmoa cost. ANDY The' FUJtllor Mm" Fifth Street Sauth Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 OK Roller Rink, cor. 3rd SL A 4th Avenue 3., Lrthbrldge W-H. BOWLING W. S. COOK i (he rins at ihe Paniages theatre. Calgary, on Tuesday evenlns neit in 3ii round Ifoul, the firs'. o[ the ssa- on la Cow Tovrn. The match is nurc- in eiblbltlon affiir as Ross put- j-elghs Telt by about 30 pounds, but L that ine Calgary fans mr.y be sure aeeiug oue of (he prettiest bouts ver stagej tliero. Tha Caleiry Her- commenting on the scrap says: Clever Clonls Tali, holder of the Canadian Ehtn-eighl title signified his Kill- ngness to meet Sergt Al. Ross, laimact of Ihe middleweight Cham- of the Domiolon, and ar- rtngamculs vere Immediately taken p to have Ihe bvo men meet [n tab lly. The principals need no Introduc- Ion to the boxing esthuiiasls in this part of Iho country, for anyone who las seen cltaer one ot them hoi. will rival anyllilns In the rins oday. They are bolh fast and clever. o that there Till be no fear of the pace slackening. Ross arid Tail are both working onl n No. 1 Flrehall today, and will con- lnuc'16 train there every afternoon unlll the ot the ireet They hare been taking light training exercises at the -Y-.M.C-A: for the past weet, and ire now In splendid condition for a ilrely milling. U .tely decided who i U.S. BASEBALL Death of Eddie, Gr.-int, Formed Giant Third Sacker in Argonne Fot-est has been indefln- rill act aa leferee. jThe details at Ihe death ol Captain Eddie Grant, the former third base- man of Ihe in (ho Argdnny just reached tills coutirr in a recent ot Lhe Stars end Stripes, '.he newspaper of ihe A. E F. Captain Grant was klllsd while going (o Ihe rescue of Jtejpr Whit- llEser'a "Stars and Stripes describes his iol- o'ws: ''It was late in Ihe afternoon ol October 5 thai Captain Grant -was illled. His .company, bad .been, in he thick ol the ijghliDg on the Vesle. hid a part In everv- al- KEEP-'EM LOW. Miller Hugglnj is still teaching mass Felham Bay Naral SU- Ilon. .itfug was, talking about.. Thor- mahlen'last only according to Arthur Fletcher, "who ]as'' beaten the Quints twice' Ibis ML" eald Hug, is another Noodles Hahn, except that be is a low. ball pitcher and Halm was a high ball -pitcher. He hasn't either the -speed or the curre o[ Schupp, but be has wonderfnl control, and as loo; as be keeps that ball low nobody 'is hit It much. He Is a belter pitcher tba'n I thought he would'be at the beginning o[ ,tbe ana he'll be still better." MTTEIT] SERVICE STATION Attention, TOOT, batleir needi 7trf care- nil during the cold weather. V.Cd Ow krnci' Department ud will send (or jour bat- tery tnd store same during ttie winter .at reasonable ratea al an Bi'.terj SUtton. S11 THl ttnit S. Phone 616 THOUGHT DIFFERENT v OLD DAYS Some time ago the Sporting News ran a series it excerpts from files of-olhiir days, in which baseball writers -and managers offered opinions con- cerning Ui? game that In the light of today, appear indeed ludicrous. A few of them fol- IDTF: enherger 19 working hard to make a tainting ball player of him." (Fram Our Own corTE3pondenO llunDETT, Doc. a meeting of the ratepayers .qt the village of Burdett, held lu the town halt on Dec. IsL, for the purpose of nominating councillors for tho cotnlug year; the following men wero nominated ana elected by ocehmmioir. J. H. Sandy, A. II. Rygg nnd H. D. Strong. The 'flu Is uow fo. In this vicinity. At present there.are about twenty In Iho emergency hospital, and understood tint all are getting along nicely. has been a total "ef sis deaths here slnco opened. John McGuIre. -our high-school prin- cipal, left on Tu'eaday for his home lu Edmonton, will Etay'. 1111 school opens here. Miss Anne Donaldson has accepted a position In the local post otnce. Job Llewelyn Is now runnlns the Ogllvle elevator. Jack .Hamilton's fine residence j Is uow rnearlng when com- pleted-il.'wlll be Ihe best houses Iri the. town.'A.l! Mr.'and Mrs. W, D. Anderson left on TueEday'foriRochester, .we TORONTO. Dec. Hie me dlcil aasoclalluoB and Dealing ngen- nailed on Iho Oulirlo Cabinet yesterdiy; 1. F. Hellmuth, K.O- ancak- undersland Mr. Ah'dersnn will under- go medical treatmui Uurdelt the regular train service on Tuesday; it has been leapt to relieve .Ihe boys, of Now very inconvenient and -we hope thai York's Own (in. and tho regular ien-iceVni'nol be dlscon- were mnvluE forward on a EJxlh at- tacli, when the wounded major of tielr battalion, being carried past on a litter, directed Captain Granj.lwbose own raerr-just an ho_ur before .had given np at [ruitless effort lo evacuate 1 "They had ssen .bybls white, 'drawn face how utterly he was einausled. They had watched .'.yhile he ".slanted several times'to drink his coffee "and then let the cup stand, literally ido weary to lift it la his lips. They had tried to persuade him to go back'to Ine aid station and rest, even A for a little limp, lint he paid co'feedito tlnucd again. You ran riow buy-Thrill and War Savings Stamps at cither Ibe bank or post st offlfiK- We iroufil Ijlce lo gel i in touch, with some 'one who could 'stop Ihft1. wjhtl It has been a hurricane the last couple of da'ys. UHGE EARLY CONFERENCE .-'BERN'E, Dec. President Wilson is urged ID do his utmost to haveHne peace ccaference heldfat the earliest possible date in a cablegram sent him today to Waehlnijtoa ,by Jhe Swiss committee for durable peace. It is BERNE, Monday, Dec. opening session ot Iho Siclsi-.pBrlli ulent loday, the principal loplo.ol dls cusslon was the project the. raeiuberjnlp of Iho nalloiinl coiin- L-ll from seven to nine. ijLQNDON, Hoc. following t awarded bara to tho D.F.C.; i Ufctit. Clifford McKwcrj, of roglmont, peraonaUy estrb'ycJ on the Hullftii frool -0 ma- Capl. C. P. Kalhenberg, formerly ot a Quo'uec rcfihncnt, destroyed four mil drove down four, also aUackluK troops Flying Cron Oflpt. G. M. Cundan, formerly a CBD- aillan accounted For seven and uitacKcd In (orwalloa five fobkera. of-the dropped oTeV-'BO ton a of )io'pibi. the Englneera, trim- Dprts-niK) hula at a low altitude. Lieut.'Meredith naBKellbroUfihl ac- Infprjnul Ion dcBpHa lereio hoa- tHb.aUacHB-' p'-' Tiomag for- of the' Canadfnna And enlisted at two largo for- and cp'nllniieil his patrol. Crolx dy Guerre, with Palm 0. Maund, tormerly ot Ihe'-cixtilh batVallon. The'Toronlo V. M. C, A. tecurcd 9000