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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta By G. McManiis 1 . FRroAY,bECEMBER'6,1918,N. F The Sport Page TO MEET IN RING At CalgaiT Next Tuesday Night , -Ross Now a Sergeant in ; Battei^r Ser�t. Al RoBB of the 78Ui Battery- liote tbe 'serg^t-mnd Glonie Tait, llChtw^ight cbamploa^ of Canada, though'tae iB now aearlag tlie middle-dralsht dlTialon in weight, will meet AUTO THUS OP ALL 8IZE8 VULCANIZED Bytlia FftmoM Rkywood Sfatot RE-TRBAOING, A REPAIRINa ByrJOxperieBced Workmeo. Ail work cuArantMd�.Sp�Glal Eqvlp-ment tor"IUm Cut' Repali-a.' - t R. 0. RITCHIE 20i IStli St. i. Opp. Ellieon Mllla ADVICE FREE - We will adri�e yon re the care of your radiator and do ' good work if repaira are ^eeded at a 'nxlnlnitun cost. ANDY "The' Radiator Man" 418 Fifth Straet South Auto Repair Work HANDLED PRONIPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAj^E ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 ' CM -Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & "Mb Avenue 8. W..H. OOWLINQ Lethbridae W. 8. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists your, battery needa very careful-Attention during the cold weather. N Call Ow Service ' Department and *wo will send' for your hat tery^^ and store same during the iWintar at reasonable rate* at ow :!op-to-date Battery Station. Sli 7lh Street 8. Phone 616 in the ring at the Pantagea theatre, Calgary, on Tuesday evening next in a six round bout, the first of the season in Cow Town. The match is purely an exhibition affair as Ross outweighs Tait by about 30 pounds^ but at that the Calgary fatis may be sure of seeing' one of the prettiest bouts ever staged there. The Calgary Herald commenting on the scrap says: Clever Boxera Clonie Tslt, holder of the Canadian lightweight Utle signified his willingness to meet Sergi Al. Ross, claimant of the middleweight championship of the Dominion, and arrangements were immediately taken up to have the two men meet in this city. . The principals need no Introduction to the boxing enthusiasts in this part of the country, for anyone who has seen either one of them box, which will rival anything In the ring today. They are both fast and clever, so that thers will be no fear of the pace slackening. Ross and Tait are both Working out in No. 1 Flrehall today, and will continue/to tra'in there every afternoon until the first of the weeK They have been taking light training exercises at the YM.CA; tor the past week, and are now in splendid condition for a lively milling. It has been indefinitely decided who will act as referee. ..... KEEP .'EM LOW.. Miller Huggins is still teaching mass athletics � at Pelham Bay Naval Station. ^'Jjrig was talking about-Thor-mahleii-last week, "the only pitcher," according to Arthur Fletcher, "who hasi-ieaten the week-end Giants twice this faU." "Thormahlen," aaid Hug, "Is another Noodles Hahn, except that he Is a low ball pitcher and Hahh was a high hall 'Pitcher. He hasn't either the speed or the curve of Schupp, but he .has wonderful control, and as long as lie keieps that hall low nohody'ls golngyto hit it much. He Is a hotter pitcher than i thought he '.would ha at the beginning of the aea-son and he'll he still better" � THOUGHT DIFFERENT � - IN OLD DAYS ? Some time ago the Sporting ,our high-school prln-cipal, left on Ttifesaay for his home lu Edmo.nton, wh^e'he will stay.till school opens here.", . Miss Anne Donaldaton. has accepted-a position in the local post office. Job Llewelyn is now running the Ogllvie elevator. Jack .Hamilton's fine residence,,!: Is now .nearing compjetion;' -wrhen ccinir pleted-it. will be one of the Siest hotises in the town-fiVlJ . -: Mr. anii Mrs. W. D. Anderson left on Tuesday cl'es' Tvaited on the Ontario Cabinet ydBterdiy,' I. F. Hellmuth, K.C., speaking for the Christian Scientists, stated*'that 'Scientists^ did not practice, nor did they seek to practice medicine and consequently did not wish to m-terfere with the quarrels of the vari-bns branches of the professioA He pointed out that the dettlnltion of the phictlce of medicine should not inter-fete with the tenets of aajr religious . body. - I S. H. Bradford, on behalf of the chiropractors, expressed the opinio^ that if the osteopath who graduated before 1913 was allowed.to practice, the chiropractor who graduated at that itlihe should also, be allowed sto practice. E. W. Duval, president of the chiropractic society, claimed that Mr. Justice Hodgins, when sitting on the com^nission, did'not examine the mer-1 its of dhiropcactics..' It was kaiser-' ism, jhetdeclsired, to'-'put these men: out 61 cbiiimisslon. | Recommendations regarding the. traihihg bf huri(eA ahd 'optometrists ^ill be, heard at .a later meeting. no police strike": TORONTO, Dec. 6.-TdTohtO will not be faced with a police strUte, This was the deo|sion arrived at, by the members of the union early thiamorn-, ing. JNDON. Deo. 5.-The followlnf een awarded bars to the D.F.C: Clifford McKwen, formerly of atchowan regiment, personally red on the Italian front 20 ma- -^pt. C, P. Falkenherg, formerly of a Quebec regiment,^ destroyed four and drove down four, also attacking troops and'transports. ' Flyino Crosa Capt. G. M. Oundan, formerly a Canadian private.' accounted for seven machtnos and attacked In' formation five fokkers. ; ' Gapt, W. a! Stot^vtoirmerly of the foresters, .dfopiped. bT�r:'i60 tons of . ttileut,'iViCtbr Mcl3lKj}ti;^�ormerly of the Ehiglneers; attaoli^d�i|iifdips, trana-fpqrU, and huts at a ]oV100 for each eAra fifteen daya. for further INKSSWIATTION AND reservations: "It agTent, phone 612 as8enger AGEWTV CALGARY. J. GORDQIJjf^i.,,^ J. E. PBOCTOI?, .DiSTBiQf ^LONDTOT, .ftjfic.^'sl^^Lord'^; Robert Cecil, former assistant secretary of state for foreign affairs, has been ask-�d by the gove'rhiaeht to take charge of the British section at the peace conference, which is. to,deal with the I question 'd^a league 'of nations.' Lord Robert made this aiinouncement tonight in, a speech at Jie'tcfiworth: "I very cordially accepted the invitation. There. is . no. belter. work I would reSdily do for my cbtthtry 'thah to get up the British case and state it at this, conference In favcn- of the greatest political and social reform it is possible to achieve in the interesis of mankind." AOTOMOBlIiE Eleven Thousand Dollars Worth, We wi|l sell at % ' specitti discount up to December 31st, next. All tires this Seasbiifs'stock.'Must make, room for spring shipment. All the standard makes and sizes including our special Diamond 6queegee(TtaJlsi�.your opportunity. Display at que,show rooto., - '."'-'' '-i'-' a'" � �- " � BAAtlM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RID CROSS BOX CURLIil A meeting of Curlers will be held in the City Hall on Friday evening of this week, at , eight o'clock. Two aggregations ofi banker pin men met on the first official offensive at the Dominion Alleys , Ibst night, when Team No. 1 put It over Team No. 2, two out of three. JVIcLean of No. 2 had the honors for the evening with high single of 204 and high total of 547. The scores; Team No. Blacklock...... 115 Niven......... 142 Dawson........ 97 O'Connor...... . 108f Millar ......... 125 120 120-36^' 112 97-351 115 106-318 123 129^360 .183 155-463 i Total-., Hickman Staines . MacKay , Vfood .. McLean . Team 587. .'659 No: "2 102 95 82 109 108 123 79i 133 161 182 ; 607^1853 91-288 94^285 113-344 132-344^ 204-547 Total........ 532 642 634-1808 OUR SALE IS STILLGN Pcn't Mif s It.^ '"'^-4or You.' THE BOSTON CLOTHIERS ' TABER. Your Health IhWre yourself against being cold-^ or tuB;. 62 19 ;