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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I SIX TIIR HERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G, Me Matins The SpoHr Page army, was defeated by Pil j.Miore, of tbe American navv. In tbe flyweight class seuil-flnals, "K. O.-.Brown. ol Ihc American army, defeated J. Porcival, of the Dritlsb. army. 'Es-lbe liiht-heavyweisbl division, the British army, beat Harry Greb. ot the American nary, of PltU- M'fce O'Djn'O, of the Ameri- can army andlworld's champion mld- dlen-elght. of SI. Paul, bep.t Harold .Kllpfe, of Canada, on Eddie McGoorty. of the American army, ol lOshtosh, deteated Chorroki, of Death of .Old Tinier Moves ItehefiSold Dec. 13. (Canadian Soatii Africa. OB poials. It was the ;ln International Boxirig Bpufs, (From 'CorfesBonilenlJ .GAKPSTON, another deatli la Uard'slon as a re- Euli of the Tin. The second daugh- ler of Mr. and 0. 0. Uiglo on Friday last and was buried the following day. The ser- vices at the Brave at Which Prince Albert" Was a Speclat'oi', BEIIERfEELlV BEMEN RACES Cpnferenee Held at Ottawa Tries i' To Establish Understanding j Between English and i'- i French 8lft.ARTHUR CURKIE 1 Will Net Hlmitlf Mix In Pliltlci tut Wlihtt lylin la Bt Fret ftfm Too TUB CANADIAN C'ORPfl, Due. London; DM; J. K. Cnnadlaii 1'rcsi Coi'- Caoadtip erB' to liaiid H% to Ilia pail sir Arllmr Currlo may play In tho fuliire political Hie In Caimda. It y bo utalctl with authorlly tnat notiiliiB la further Irjjin Ihc mind o( tlie countanrter oJ tho Canadian corps than iwlltlcs after Uio war, nor IQ ho bonn4 hy pplltlcal aldllu- lloiu lo any particular inriy. As clllzcil uo -vlll p.l6t Ille rptn tvlh consideration only for the tneu and tlie measures before tbe elector- ate. Ho deprecated Euggeellon! Ihit re- turning EolJIcu will bo exalted as an Inuopeiiilcnt pplllkai force with which thO Old plrtlOil will IrQVO lo reckon, anil brllcvei Hint Iber will return lo tliolr citizenship Hid up aijaln tliclr personal ijulles in Iba Fume siilrll.of dcvoUon to IhB beet IntereslB of an lias cnaractir- licit Ihelr work In- ihe Wbetli'er tlio Individual soldier fers lo ilo thlu through ono or another political party I i 13 for lilniscK lo decide. They return with cbnracttirl and Idoals elevated by Ihc onlcul of the past four years and Ihcso qualities should prove a stimu- lating valuo to the general body of clllzeiislilp. LOS'DOX, IS.-r-lHeuler's.) Alatiy pbinls In connection Iho' TulUrc dovcjopiticnt of ayli- tlon aro tonchf'd on -In .the. repoil of ihe civil Rcrlal transport, committee of the nlr boarda, Tlie commlllee urges tiumcdlalcly coninieticcmenl ot I preliminary work, such as inquiries .1 rcgardtii-s routes, lauding grounds and airdromes, and Iho cslnbllshuienl ot i rcsMrcli bureau. It also onipha- necessity for a-preliminary te'r understanding between English tho dominions I French Canadians, inern- allied countries on broad QucallDiis best bouts1 first appearance in the tournamento( El the British Empire-American ser- McGoorty and O'Doxvd: -vices boxing tournament held In-the [n the seml-fioals of the feather- Albert Hall yesterday were those be- weight class, Eddie Coulou, of the iweeii welterweights, Sorgt Bash- American army, teat Pte. I'cats, ol am, -British army, and Sergt. J. At- Australia. Toulon from New Czanda. .Xtwood put'up u re- Orleans. markibly godd Ilsbl. but was beiSan p L' Inner, of the American on points. Otter Canadian resnln defeated Quartermisler-Sergl. Evans, vere: ;cf the British army. Flyweight class: Sergt. Pcrelval, i Xlnj VliHs Drillsi mocked out Pie. LONDON, Dec. learns, tlie up uy De Boins jpllawa: For the promotion of were conducled bfttei by President Ward. The family haro pnd t _.......__ ail beeu 111 and at Ihe time .were hers ot some 20 fraternal societies 0[ principle, and considers It Is practically all bedridden. All will htlil a conference in the Chateau mam.r 0[ urgent necessity to cstah- sincerely sy'mpatlilze iviih these DB: Laurie'.. those present were: a system of propaganda tlirougli- rriaved parents and hope for thajVY.-C. .Miliel, K.C., Belleville, presl- ovl[ uio empire in order to convince ppecdy recovery'ot all now atillclefl. "t thu Canadian Fraternal Asso- Wiloi0 [he empire of Iho vast few more cases are breaking out, cation; Ur. J. W. Edwiirds, II.P., Kron- and possibilities of aerial therefore it has not been deemed fepac, Grand Master Eastern transportation nnd famlliairlzB gov- LONDON', Dec. closini bouts ot the intet-allied -Doling tour .Blm 1L 111LO uul naiaent here tonight, to oren the schools or other Orangemen; J- A. Stewart, K.O., JI.P., arnmenls and local authorities with ers won five finals in the I places eiceut the picturo for Perth, representing the Canadian jubjtcl. There !E evidence of the The United Stiles, army. 6Thjs-ha5 r SERVICE Attention, Motorists Vour battery .needs vcry.cire- fuL attention during the cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we vvill'eend for jour bat- tcry and store same during Ibe ivluter at reasonable .rates at our uplo-dnlo Ballery Station. 311 7th S. Phone 616 division. The team added four points to'its total, but' liej-n" crowded, nnd Order of. Foresters; C. J Foy, K.t., is doubtful if'anylhing else will Cqlooel Loriw Mnlloy, J M. i EOins until alter the holidiya. Three Codfrey. Toronto, nnd Colonel Des; esooEd ronnd; taalam c-lis.: Pte. ET- the British army, and the naVv. the armf earlier in ine toiiraa- caie5 are reported In Ihe family of fa'f- W teat SergL JoaH on -Canadian army aVd tie United Slates flnal OL the j K Homls 11vjs A11 are Bonne Entente Association the Bcillsh army carJter JD the toarr.a-: -JeathenrclEht ser-.-army nary Canada, et the'enil of'the'first day of the beat "Pte. Sherman. New ZcaUnd, on boilng tournament here. The point points; second series, Clan- ecores list were: BrIUsh army, cj-. American defeated Lance- British "airmen; Si; "Brilish nary, Corp. on points; lightweight: United Stales navy, Un-'jefeat of" Jimmy lefcilne Seaman j. Smith, British- Hed States army.and Canada, IS tenlamweight 'frf Pal American teams were: navy 32. The British array led 50 points. -J- FI- riuiai: Army, .30; doing well so far as can be ferrell lias sold his l-HUIiSpriDs .10 Mr. Jacob earned.; Montagu. Hamilton, secretary The elite meeting -iva'sUbe jml'e qMils. Inn., a'ud yesterday held an S middleweight: I. J. Clarke, on. wlLh AueUiliz, second LEeriw, Pte Souto. Alrici traillns. Zealand and are pinning- their, [hones of winning ths finals today on'! j Eddie JIcGoorly ami MiKe O'Dowd, Blanbhard, Canadai walkover. i Further Results tie semi finals in the bantamfreight clabd.of ivho have not ;el apneAT.Kd '.he boring tcims'issat In progress tournament, here, la which British, Canadfaa acd King Gcoree, yjce-Admiral American anny and navy men are competing, Johnny Hughfis, o[ ihi Moore of >lemphi3; fishtinE .with American learn. Willie -is a; hpre'and tbe decision. Vas 'unpopular.' Sims, Driscoll, trainer. of the announced .thinhe fied tlie decisiori'ivas. C. A. Dclaney, Affletican Tas defeated'67 SergLtJQj Admiral Beatty and Gen. Biddle will i nash'am. British army, chaniplo'n'' attend -tie tournament today lo arc- j of Great- in .'the sent, iervice trophies and embleois to ._ TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLtS f I1' ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN T1FTH STREET ;SOUTH 1 I HE'LL FIX'JT Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. cor. 3rd 3L 4th Avenue S., W.H.DOW LING W. 8. COOK the winning teams Double price's wero" offered (of tickets i but" none. wore available. SUN. BHIAR.TO RACE IN FRANCE. Sharpe Kii- Lo eeni Sue Briar izrl Eitefmlnalor to Fiance 1C racing Is resumed there next year. He has a full brother to San Briar, a. 2-year- old, -which b'now at Newmarket, Eng- jland, in the care of Alexander Taylor, which irill be Bfent to France. It is his Intention to dlTlde bla string ot toraes Into two cliTlainns, as tie no trainer can do full lustlca. to more tban 12 Henry McDahlel, his recent- trainer, will charge of cne iractlon and J. Sl- the other. Should San Briar aotl Exterminator bo sent lo Franbu neit year Healy accomyiuy toe horses. r CHALLENGE FOR CUP BELFAST, Dec. Royal Ulster Yacht Club haa v seat a cablegram to the Xew v York Yacht Club containing a challenie for the America's Cup. and weather W. H Hunter, ol Toronto, Sviyrenie iger I.O.F.; .1. 31. Parrel. K. ngsloh; Hiidolpli Hedard, liielle, Lyiuan 1 la mil- Dr.' 0. J. Jlochon, Ottawa. acted aa tlmeteoper. were unaccualomed n'eces- IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical utd Real Honest Service at Moderate Cwt YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repafrfnfl and at the Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. Sr .STODDART 4 RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS In Albert-Hall. The tournament in Alfiert HaTT and hug was flanked on'one side by the royal and'olher" boxes, cs the other side Vaa'-'lbe'iDng- nlficent pipe organ. During" part ol -ine toiiraey- a padre, in civilian.dress _. American's to. frequent warnings from ihe i eree oulslde ol tbe ringUjeing r V irnntr Of (Qe real prince hey heard a word ot 'rince Albert as be beslowea.inflrvia-' ual medals ca winners rophy on the British army -King George was unable to be'pres- ent because ol a cold and be sent Prince Albert lo act in his place. The prince congratulated a'.L concerned aiid welcomed the men of the American army.and cavy who "with perfect co- operation- and good will adopteil our loifns rtilea (o wbich they were not iccustomed." Calgary Man Defeated .Mike O'Doird, American armjVof St. Paul, and the world's middleweight cbamplon, first of Calgary, Canada, and in the ftnals accounted for Sergt.-Majon Dick Smith, of the British the flnaU O'Dowd boat Scrgt. the Brlllab army. Eddie McCoorty. fane, 'lands; attending-the Tsciool at Cal- garj, when lier. Is. com- pietei to Idaho. It is rumored that finiAYeiser awilting .him with a .special .bnslnesi opening. shall be eorry the assistance oE progressive Citizen, and-hope .he may some day return.' Sells Ranch, 1 ranch on Ijces Creek tbls wecfc 'lo Mr. .Afarfc [V-Beazer, who Is on'e ttie success- ul eheep men'hi the'southwest cor- nor of Alberta. It Js reporled that :hef quarter-section '.'pi "Mr. J. Ibey also included.. V 'Thcro have "n'amber ocil sales the past weeks, and indications are a'big busi- ness in tbe BlPhop I'M ward Leayitt, who has been IR the abfwt a week, as preTiousiy noted In these columns, has EO far..recorered. aa to" be able to be moved-.lojnla sister's, home, }Jrs. Marsha Archibald. Mr. Greene was also expecting to leave, and Mrs. H. 'Jenfclos, wh1 as operated on for appendicitis, has made Tery favorable progreas and; soon be silting up and moving about. The nollday traile keeps the stores busy these daysr nnd very attractive window displays are being made by the grocery houses espeelally- are'pleaseil to nole the return o( Mr, Cnaiincey K. Snow, recently of Ibe Itoyal AJr at Cimp Bordcn. and Mr. Franfc Irom These are two of our lead- iljlloy.' -and. -Desiardlns: (hejr j'm J. Dr. Jclanger.-anil 'Dr.-Edwards. Should Mlngfe More his presidential address Mr, Mikel safrl the more the English and French.ipealdog Canadians mingled .ogether Ihe leis would he the Ilkell- .iood ol biLierness, bad reelings, ml sunders tan dings and- es.- Lfangemeal3. ''It does not necessar- ily follow that elUier the French or, Engllsh-speaXinK Canadians thoulil1 abandon their position in matters o[ i he said, "but.the posl-1 Lion of each being made perfectly1 clear, each will understand the other better. -On some points we may aeree to a Battlement, on other a agree Lo a "dJ3cu55rODf and on a third'class we may agree Co disagree. In other Bern's, there is no reiioa 'why we should not be.Crjends working together for Ihe geneial good ol our country though we may differ Irrcconcllably on some mBttcrs. There la nothing to be gained by raallgnfcj each other: By ao doing Wo only place ouraelvrs in an unTavorable llghL H some per- SODS In either class do something Ob- nd the Individuals vrho do It may bet ipen to criticism. But we ahbulrt .void the practice or applying unfav- urable epithets lo and heaping oppro- irlum on trie whola of. the class lol b Individuals belong." CAN BE DEMOBILIZED Inltfatlou of gucu a system in enemy countries. The committee considers It preferable that the nlr ministry should bo giren full powers lo regu- late aerial transport9. They empha- size tbe imporlance of unifovui legis- lation as far aa possible Ihrouehont. Ihc empire on acrionnulical matter3 and of avoiding any appearance of dictating to the dominions.or infring- any way on their autonomy. The committee .declares Mt to be -possible' to send malls aeijiiUy from London to Calcutta In four days, and from Lon-( don'He 'Johannesburg In sis daya. .1 ovorzeas traffic tlie. commit let- points out tlmt the Do- 'inlnion and fndla owing to their great geographical area and, the wide dis- tances, which, in in any cases separate of populalloD, VULCANIZING RETREADING We have a bargain to offer in 4 K. t S. Tlrti. FOR MONDAY R. D. RITCHIE St. S. Opp- Elllton Mlllk olTer iicld (or devclojiment of civil- HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR> The Hudson's Hay Co. is glTing away n Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. men. ana we be NEW MANAGEMENT I tive acquired all other InUrait, from liat p'reTJOusly -ffwnert by myself. In. the bmlnc's as the BUoa Motor Parlori, rLlfl., and am now giving toe toalness my. personal .attention. Tlie name has been changed to the-BiJoni Motors, a new repair lias been luulled, alterations, mada to the bulldhg and every facility provided for to ensure better Yonr business vrlll be given carefol and complete satisfactory fltfenilon. MOTORS Manigrmenl of Owmr, H. E. Auglo llataer, American, bla through to the' Ke'defealetl Sergt. Fuller, of liic'Brit- ish array, on points. from New York and war former Am- erican amateur veHe7WcJ_ght' cBamp- lon. '.._. Following the British arrn'y nnd the American army, with 50 and-39.points respectively, Iho final standings were: Hoyal Air Forte, Royal Navy, 321-2; Amerlran N'avy, 23: Canada. 13; New Zealand; 14 1-2; and South Africa. 10-1-2. The result of Ihe Pal Moore-JJmaiy WiliJe contact has aroused much