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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1017 THE j.KTimr.rnr.n; UAILY PAGE "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus LUNCH FIDO BUPporJ ol "fi XI _ i granted exemption he has agreed to Brief speeches made by Messrs. battle with the coatest Broini, Marsh and Nugent. Tho TWIN BROTHERS equal to the same thing are equal to one F.i 7 rim n in n nt considered one ot ed to alford our hard-pressed men tu boimen tournament'there li no real iho best banlams In-tne country and a the trenches? What Insuperable ob- ae tula tor tha gladiator lhav jwasenw Ten' near Jecllon have you lo Canada followins There has been a cloud over the tllle In (he sleps of France. England and hat 10-lanlng game agalnat the Mack- j forever- with the gahn. crer since Kid Williams lost to Erlle tie United 111 the matter of jicn m 1913 were the 'only shutouts jlnce 1909 until Rube Benton came .hroi sh victory. Hit retirement therefore leaves the on a foul In St. Paul, and It was only post of champion vaunt, and It Is for: on account of the reports given out at Vancouver, B. C., Dec. 11: Frank Patrick, president of Pacific Coai .locke'y association ,and manager or, "years' standing Vancouver team, has annpunced ;blemlsh ,r B...-------... Instead of deillns with the main Is-; that reason the tournament Is lMlag: that lime that holing critics did -saeg of the campaign we were sih-fclt-: held, to create a worthy successor to not recogntie the Kewple as the cham- ed with demonstrations agalnal lha. the great American plon. The writer did not recognize late Conservative government and mis-: To make it worlh the lime and Brlle champion ot lliat time, basing representations -with regard lo the Iroiiblc of these siplranta for the'his declaloa on the roport ot the offl- composition and purposes of the pres- world's honors, the maiiagcment baa clal referee. Mike McNulty, al lhat ent union governmenl. hung up a purae ot J5.COO and i gold timo manager of Ertla, claimed the The meeting was characterized by belt to Ihe winner, Jo.OOO more will be title, but such well-knotrn authorities a manifest lack of enthusiasm, due distributed lo Ihe ncit Ilva men on the S3 Charles Mnlhlion of New York, Bal either to the facl lhat Ihere was nol I llst. Maslenon of New York, Dllly Rocap of much pep or point lo Mr. Paci's ad- George Dothner, Ihe famous and olhcrs refused lo rec- dress, or to the composition of tha lllng aulbority. Is acllng as referee In Ofnlie Kewple as Ihe chimploc, and galherlng being largely, unionlsl. Nol; all Ihe big malchca. This guaranlees Wllllajns continued lo be looked upon even Jtr. Pack's solemn laureatlng of: fair fyay to bolh the conleslants, for as tho legitimate title holder until his Mr. Brown as a mighty prophet In Ihe I "l Bothner's reputallou as referee of defeat by Herman. Tie writer, con" class with Isaiah and Jeremiah, suc- Is without a Irary lo reports, has not changed his ceedcd In the audience lo any view, despite Ihe fact that he.has ad- fervor. Tha band In closing sue- Ills retirement aj a player. SI Grlffls, j Iu lhc of cortcstanls are to be vised Krlle in his malches of lale. cceded In drowning oul the glnglng of .'orraer Kenora slar aud for the past. round Wlaiek Zbyszko, ihe Pollsii There Is r.o Ihoiight of trying lo lako "Cod Save Our Splendid Men." .Ivo years captain of Vancouver; Earl Caddock the sensa- nway credit from what The lira fiend has not yet descended wrestler; Ertle does ask Is a chance to light, avs upon our town, hut If he only knew ilff Hnssans; Joo lloetrs, the a legitimate contender, for the ban- Ihut somellrne or other In lhc 24 hours club, Is also contemplating retirement..; the Sp'o- j Vnsslt. uul. _ ________, -iane club' Bna at the oldesl Pnck American grantrbemetrue'TofBtos the of Ihe world, at night usually, the wuler Is off In some eight chum- chasers In Ihe country in polnl of BiroI1K mln; jeEa Wcilergard-; Brlle Is alM ready with a side bet of part or other of the lown, he would he service, will not retire, but announces the clever Maryland crap. or more any time ihe malch Is greally tempted (o make an Invasion. mad., wltHln (be thai he will only figure aa a substi- tute Lhls season. Kenny Xallen, Spokane veleran, will nti.....v also be missing Mils season, lie la now long San Franclico and will remain vho won five games and never was de- [.there. ttaled In a world series, never Joined announcement, concerning tho shutout class, 'and lhc lhe coast leagues plans for ncil j for Colby .lacVs Illustrious partner, Kddle I'iank. Tho Octlysbiira; few 60iillip.iK liirncd the OUnls back with- out A run for nine Innings In IhQ sec- ond EJine of Ihe 101} series, hat MUh- uwsoii va's pitching Ihe same kind of In 'tho tenth Inning tho Giants pliahcd' over tlirco runs and Plank finished up on lhc emply end of Ili'ls .BliiilouL Among lha pitchers who hnvo fig- ured promlnenlly In world series without enjoying the pier, and K others of International made, fame. PROTECT CHINESE INTERESTS .Copenhagen, Dec. 11. Petrograd newspapers report thai Chinese troops have arrived al Harbin, Manchuria, lo I Chinese' Interests, 10 the Berllngske Tldendfl. BRANTFOR.D'S GRANT Toronto, Dec. clly council nt a special meellng Saturday niado a granl of ror relief of GROTONNEWS (From our Uvvi Grolon, Dec. of fceat programmes ever held ID Ihe home- .itead coualry .was held In -Ihe Coalee from Iho Hallfaji disa-itti. ,'ch-Ml al tna A mssllng between Ertla and The 'Uarton Evangelistic meetlass Herman will clear the atmosphere of "me to a close on Wednesday lost. any further controversy about this The meetings were largely attended bantam tllli. and were supported by people from every church and class In the commun- ity. In every -resiicct Ihey were suc- cessful. More than 100 people look their stand for a clean cut Christian life, and Ihe religious life of the whola community received quickening. No {jarring note was struck during Iho >mlsslon, Iho services were lifted above lhc very suspicion of sectarianism. Evangelist Barton leaves the commun- ity with the goodwill and high appre- ciation of all collected a carload of clathlng nater IM (o bo forwarded, of trade and othei distinction of accepting conlrlbnllon school last Friday which wag attend- GREAT WRESTLING MATCH AT BARONS FRIDAY, DECEMBER AT 5.30 P.M. v-. BETWEEN 'ALEJL MUNRO Unditputed Champion British Wrettlcr. Weight 215 Ibi., an4 WALTER AWJERSOty Champion oi Canada, weight 200 Ibs. Conditions of undertake? to throw Andirwn two falls Inaide ont hpuractui'l wrestling time or forfeit COME AND SEE THE BIO FELLOWS MEET 1 Munto Is th: white man who his defeated the Japanese wrestlers In their own style Jiu Jitsu, QOOD COXirjH PRELIMIhV.HIES. GENERAL ADMISSION RINGSIDE ORION, Dec. Unionist Ung held here last Saturday was will con- Mitchell wan glv- ler Ihe prograni lunch was .erre-. jlhwe thai Indnlge-J In rianclm stayed de.r now iwentuilt was for till an Mrly morning hour. the welfare of world and Canada rtH. Ih'.ta2d tf 1M o I riniTh T IngllUUoK ire ltlefdltl-Ms. Hon. C. Tl Mllcr iloi" a ioo4 reception by tl IIWH3. 1 liar lha -graaai mm A I _ _ r Auto All Right for hiding! Bttter tUre ua overhanl It 'Md pit It In first.class con- dition. Don't to foolish en- ougu to Ihlnk y6il needn't boLher with Bma.ll repairs. Thbjc smlll delecli have a mMl uncomfortable habit of eurldenly developing Into ser> Ions end poislbly far from a garage or repair ahop. Bijou Motor Parlors i THC HOUM OF tcnvtcE FIFTH JffRECT LETHIMIMt, ALTA. J. Walks finished last week, There were U In R-iO for.'the dominion election, The new store at Grolon a food buslnetg now. The Stokn-utephens oil well ha> lopped drllllni for Ihe time belif. B. A. Manion left.tor Nelson, aa mach u anybody for the alllci to win war. He saM that If men like Sltlon, Calder and Crerar could drop their political affiliations while M'fVi COOL RHW, m Cowlcy, Dec. R. HclTor held a meeting In hla home (own on Satur-i i Prepare for Cold Weather Before it is Too Late We have just received a shipment oJ automobile radiator hood covers, If the feeling here Is a D.C. to tenci ihe with par' f ifta, which she a the respec- rr .7 QH niRnt, 11 mo leeiiug nere in a i the people here ccmld do the 0, Mme- ithe constllnencs', then'It Is not too The election cm consolidate schools much to'say (bat pie aforesaid D. H. dultn at the Coulee View school. lire polls. The result Is hardly de- j elded; Ihe (olal of the district show- majority of four Irr favor of con- tTCAMtR 4 4 .njlldatlon lllhoujh not all the trlrls went In favor of It. ils- The first annual of the ATTACKHO iY- Orion Union church TBB held In the MMrld, Dec. Premier '.chnrch Monrfur. night, the, Key. Allhuiemu made official on- WllHem "Shearer, siiperlntendeitl at nooncerneril today thai the tnltttoii helng present. The report's Spanish aleamshlp Clandlo had gtren hy the showed rery bombarded hj" a Oennan ntlsfactory Three ot the anbmarine, 'tallon. being Managerial board were rt-elected. Mr. 9 .killed and othen 4. Bhearer then gave a very Interesting v Illiwtrifed lecfrirt on Ihe worli ol tli much lhat the aforesaid D. H. Mclvor wfll he snowed under. John Kemrnls spoke lot (he unionist cause al Ihe Mclror rneetlng and the sensa of Ihe meeting was abont nlno to bno agalnsl Mclvor, Mclror'R orallon was made np of personalities, mls-lnforma- tlon, wlllnl mis Interprclsliot o< the union's alms, and line at sar- casm, He said nolhlflg worth -rcpeM- Ing, he said nothing worth remember- ing: One outcome of (he meeting wi.t that a inlonlst tptcnlXor afltr' (he deellng- was compelled to lay ottt of five to one before he could find any- oft wllllm to bet that JHclvof's votes it the Cowley polls woaU got Staw, D 45 Gnrf Dwt Ckevnlet____. D 35 McLanfhla DO NOT CONTUSE TrICtE COVERS WITH SOME OF THE CHEAP MAKE THAT ARE BEING FOISTED ON THC MARKET. FOR THE8. ARE OF MICH GRADE MATERIAL A NO WILL OWE YOU OATISFACTOriV SERVICE. BAALIM MOTOR CO. eHiVnotgrr or UNION'MNK NAURV HOIMAH, Upt ;